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Seminar on job opportunities in Middle East

A seminar on the subject "Job Opportunities in the Middle East" has been organized in Guwahati on August 28. The organizers of the seminar are Friends of Assam and Seven Sisters (FASS) and the Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Cotton College. Both FASS and EDC have been working extensively towards the improvement of the society in various ways. FASS and EDC, both organizes many workshop, seminars on various important subjects to enhance the standard of the society, especially the youth of the society.

During the seminar, a presentation has been made Mr. Bikram M. Baruah who is a resident of Abu Dhabi and a Director of FASS. During his presentation, he focused on the countries like UAE, OMAN, QATAR, BAHRAIN, SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT.

During the interactive session they informed this seminar largely to make awareness among the youth regarding the job opportunities in the Middle East. So, this type of the seminar will surely help the youth.
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21 Dec 2016 - 8:51am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

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