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FICCI India live webinar: “Career Scenario post COVID-19: Focus on IT – ITES Sector"
FICCI India live webinar: “Career Scenario post COVID-19: Focus on IT – ITES Sector"

UNTIL India will participate in the live webinar “Career Scenario post COVID-19: Focus on IT – ITES Sector" on Monday 27 April 2020, 11:30 – 12:30 IST: Mr. Rajive Gulati, Senior Programme Officer and Head Incubation, will act as one the panelists.

Students and professionals from startups and the IT sector can connect with industry leaders and UNTIL. Moreover, they can receive guidance and mentorship in the technology and startup ecosystem, specifically looking at the time after COVID-19, also called coronavirus.

The event is organized by the Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Career Counselling of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), and part of the webinar series “knockdown the lockdown”.

The FICCI-Samsung CoE for Career Counselling is a model career center under National Career Service project, started by FICCI and India’s Ministry of Labour and Employment. The primary focus of the project is facilitating employment services via an online portal and provide services like career counselling.

Leveraging the Model Career Centre initiative, FICCI and SAMSUNG are setting up India's first CoE for Career Counselling with the strategic partnership of the country’s Ministry of Labour and Employment. The CoE will act as one-stop solution and discovery center that will serve as a platform for addressing all career related needs of youth and students.

UNTIL India at Centre of Excellence for Career Counselling webinar

Click here to watch the recorded webinar video.

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Secretary General

"The advances of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including those brought on by a combination of computing power, robotics, big data and artificial intelligence, are generating revolutions in health care, transport and manufacturing.  
I am convinced that these new capacities can help us to lift millions of people out of poverty, achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and enable developing countries to leap‑frog into a better future."

23 March 2018, New York