DU’s Social Work Department To Organise Job Fair On 12th March For Persons With Disabilities (PwD)

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Department of Social Work,University of Delhi in collaboration with Blind Relief Association, Delhi has taken an initiative to organise a Job Fair for Persons With Disabilities (PwD).The notification on official website of University of Delhi claims Department is committed to take such initiative that ensures amalgamation of person with disabilities into the mainstream.

Persons with different categories of disabilities such as visually impaired, hearing impaired and orthopedically disabled will be attending the job fair. Job Fair is inviting applications from candidates both with a background of experienced candidates as well as freshers.People with different educational qualifications (High school pass, graduates ,post graduates and so on) and with different skills are also invited, the notification claims.

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The Job fair will be organised on 12th March 2019 at The Blind Relief Association, LBS Road near The Oberoi Hotel,New Delhi-110003, from 10 AM to 5 PM.

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There is registration link also available for students with Disabilities who are interested to participate in the job fair.Click here to register.

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Last year on 11th January 2018 , a similar job fair was organised by Department of Social Work,University of Delhi and Blind Relief Association in Delhi.

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