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Job placement initiative for youth at Tiruchy
Tiruchy, Jul. 19. 'Don Bosco Vazhikaatti,' a centre for career guidance, training and job placement, in the Province of Annai Velankanni - Tiruchy, organized a four days job placement drive for the young people.
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The programme was organized at Don Bosco Provincial House Tiruchy from 13 to 16  July 2017. Well renowned companies from Chennai participated in this programme.

Three Hundred and Forty Three youngsters participated in the job placement drive and out of which One Hundred and Forty Seven candidates where selected and recruited for placements. It was a moment of joy and satisfaction to see our youngsters getting placed in jobs. This programme was coordinated by Father Gabriel Karunaraj, youth director and in-charge of vocation guidance in the province.
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