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Job mela in Bhubhanewar

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HYDERABAD: IQRA Society for career guidance, Hyderabad and the Institute of Management and Advance Global Excellence (IMAGE), Bhubhaneswar, are jointly organising a jobs mela 2002 at the capital Bhubhaneswar on September 14 & 15.

A number of placement agencies from West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and other States are expected to participate in the mela with an offer of a wide range of jobs, according to an IQRA release.

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