Japan External Trade Organisation’s officials visited an Indian university to enhance mutual trade and investment. Japan companies operating in India are planning to recruit IT professionals for their operational requirements, said the JETRO Assistant Director.
Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) Assistant Director Shuya Enokibori and his team visited GITAM Deemed University. The government-related organisation, JETRO is working to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world.
JETRO Assistant Director, Shuya Enokibori invited the suggestions from GITAM officials for continuous recruitment saying, “Japan companies which are operating in India are planning to recruit engineering students for their operational requirements. There is an immediate demand for more than 2, 00,000 IT professionals in from India. India can bridge the IT staff shortage in Japan”.
“GSIB is offering MBA programmes in International Business, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, International Banking. GITAM Institute of Management Principal Prof P Sheela briefed that the institute is offering international accounting programmes along with UG courses”, said GITAM School of International Business (GSIB) Director Prof Y Goutam Rao.
GITAM Institute of Technology Principal Prof K Lakshmiprasad, Institute of Pharmacy Principal Prof S Ganapathi, International Affairs Director KP Kishan, GITAM FinTech Academy Director Leben Johnson, JETRO Business Development Officer VV Babu, and others participated in the discussion.
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