A two-day job fair has started in Khulna University. Vice-Chancellor Professor (VC) inaugurated this job fair by cutting the ribbon at 11 o’clock on Wednesday. Mahmud Hossain. In a short speech, the VC said that it is the responsibility of the university to develop skilled patriotic manpower. That is how the students of Khulna University are being developed. In continuation of last year, a job fair has been organized on a large scale. Through this fair, many students will be able to get jobs from the campus. Apart from this, the studying students can also gain experience in various fields of employment. Which will help them in getting job later. He said that another job fair will be organized on May 10 this year. Which will be IT centric. Apart from the students of Khulna University, the students of various educational institutions of the region will also benefit through this fair. He expressed sincere thanks to the Office of the Director of Student Affairs and the Rotaract Club of Khulna University for jointly organizing this job fair and to the participating recruitment agencies on behalf of the university. Professor Amit Roy Chowdhury, Treasurer of Khulna University, Dean of various schools, Acting Registrar, Head of Discipline, Director of Student Affairs (ongoing duty) along with teachers and students of various disciplines and officials and employees of various institutions participating in the fair were present. Assistant Director of Student Affairs Talukdar Russel Mahmud presided over the program. According to related sources, more than 25 reputed recruiting organizations have participated in this job fair. These companies include- Jamuna Group, Banglalink, Bikash, Pran, RFL, IFAD Group, Lexicon, Glorious IT, Marico, BAT Bangladesh, Cloud, Link Three, Augmedix, Caritas, Trolpy, Anwar Group and other companies. Along with this fair, seminars and workshops will be held at Journalist Liaquat Ali Auditorium of Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Academic Bhavan to acquire career guidelines and essential skills of the 21st century.