Pune: Symbiosis Institute of Skill Development (SISD) and Abhi Impact Logistics has organized a free career seminar for unemployed youth (fresh graduates/ undergraduates/ working professionals), on logistics and transport management with the aim to fulfill the need for skilled professionals in the logistics sector.In this seminar, students will have option to join their 3 months full time Certificate Course in Logistic & Transport Management with assured job placement, on satisfying completion of the course. Professional industry experts from logistics & manufacturing sector will be available to guide the participants in the seminar. This will be golden opportunity for unemployed youth to make their career in this field.The seminar will be held on Saturday and Sunday (28 and 29/05 /2016) at 4 PM. at SYMBIOSIS CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING (SCDL), Symbiosis Bhavan, 1065 B, Gokhale Cross Road, Model Colony, Pune-411016. Please contact on 955 250 3840 / 959 526 4024 for registration.
Logistic sector amounts to 10 per cent of GDP spent of the country and plays an important role in job opportunities. As per the skill gap analysis report of Maharashtra, incremental demand for skilled manpower in Transportation, Logistics and Warehousing is expected to be approximately 8 lakh by 2022. Thus, logistics sector will have golden opportunity to unemployed youth for getting jobs.
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