The Campus-to-Career Conclave: 15 Cities campaign seeks to improve the startlingly low employment rates for new graduates of 45%!

VMentor.ais EdTech platform, YUGMA.ai, is hosting a 15-city Campus-to-Career Conclave . The organization has organized a first-of-its-kind brainstorming session in World Cafe style, featuring no ppts and pure discussions on future skills, internships, building talent pipeline, and more .

New Delhi, India, December 9, (PNN): In an attempt to attract participants from both industries and academia and curate meaningful discussions to improve job satisfaction across the region, VMentor.ai's EdTech platform, YUGMA.ai, is hosting a 15-city Campus-to-Career Conclave.It's a one-off exclusive, by invitation, meeting for CHROs, Talent Acquisition managers, and leading academicians.The organization has organized a first-of-its-kind brainstorming session in World Cafe style, featuring no ppts and pure discussions on future skills, internships, building talent pipeline, and more in order to capture the industry's voice and spark meaningful dialogues in real-time.According to surveys, only about 45 percent of freshers are currently employed, causing a large gap between talent requirements in industry and academias readiness to respond.

Beginning in Mumbai on December 10, 2022, this initiative will reach 15 cities, allowing for dialogues, constructive discussions, and discussion among all participants.Meenu Bhatia, Co-founder of VMentor.ai, believes that the growing employment shortage facing academic institutions is urgent.In parallel, we think it is time to bring the two parties together and invite them to engage in constructive debate on how this partnership can be built effectively, given that employers are improving their recruitment efforts in smaller and larger cities alike.All voices are heard and participants return with a concrete plan of action to pursue this goal with our inclusive approach to World Cafe brainstorming.

Through its student platform Yugma.ai, over 250+ senior industry veterans are partnered with E.N.Venkat (Partner at Aavishkar impact fund), Sujan Sinha (Ex-CEO and CEO For more information about the company, please visit this link: www.asp.com/corporate.html.

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