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Virtusa partners NSBM Career Fair 2018 as Gold Sponsor

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Virtusa Senior Director HR Chandi Dharmaratne exchanging the sponsorship agreement with NSBM Manager – Career Guidance Kapila Liyanage

Virtusa Corporation, a global provider of digital strategy, digital engineering, and IT outsourcing services, that accelerates business outcomes for its clients, has announced its partnership with NSBM Career Fair – 2018 as the Gold sponsor. The Career Fair will be held on 1 and 2 December at NSBM Green University Town, Pitipana, Homagama.

Virtusa Senior Director HR Chandi Dharmaratne said: “NSBM has evidently showcased their commitment to excellence in education by producing large volumes of expert professionals over the years. As such, it is indeed a privilege to have this opportunity to partner NSBM’s Career Fair and introduce many more professionals to today’s tech landscape. Being an industry leader with a solid track record of accelerating business outcomes for global clients, Virtusa prides itself on our rich, diverse workforce by bringing together people from different geographies, cultures and ethnicities to make a difference in the world. As such, this partnership is a natural fit where the best talent in the country is given the opportunity to meet global businesses and prove their capabilities.”

NSBM Manager – Career Guidance Kapila Liyanage said: “We at NSBM extend exceptional efforts to groom our graduates as industry ready output by the time they complete the degree program. This annual Career Fair is a vital component of this effort.”

This Career Fair is an opportunity to meet over 1,100 graduates from the School of Business, over 600 graduates from the School of Computing and 50 graduates from the School of Engineering who are graduating in December 2018 and are available for employment. Companies and employer organizations will be able to meet the above student groups, to inform them about their career opportunities, conduct interviews and recruit fresh graduates and interns at this event.

The first day of the Career Fair (1 December) will have a greater focus on business management related opportunities while the second day (2 December) will focus on IT/computing and interior design related opportunities.

Over 50 companies have confirmed their participation for the Career Fair as of now. This includes companies such as AIA Insurance, AISEC, Apigate Sri Lanka, Baker Tilly Edirisinghe& Co., BDO Partners, Calcey Technologies, Cambio Software Engineering, Ceylon Biscuits, Ceylon Economic Development Corporation, Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts, Cloud Solutions International, Codegen International, Creative Software, Daraz, Decathlon Sri Lanka, Diesel Motor Engineering (DIMO), Direct FN, Duo Software, EasyBooking, Embla Software Innovation, Empite Solutions, Eureka Technology Partners, Fidenz Technologies, Fortude, hSenid Business Solutions, hSenid Mobile Solutions, Hayleys Group, Hemas Manufacturing, IFS R&D International Ltd., Imperial Tea Exports, ISM Apac, HSBC Global Service Center, HSBC Sri Lanka,  i- Context, Imperial Tea Exports, Itelasoft, John Keells Holdings, John Keells Logistics, Live Room, London Stock Exchange Group, Olanka Travels, Omobio, Rainco, SimCentric Technologies, Synergen Health, Unilever Sri Lanka, Virtusa, Vision Care, VizuaMatix, Zone24x7 and Z Messenger which will provide internships and entry level employment opportunities related to business management and IT/computing and interior design at the Career Fair.


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