NKFI students receive mouth watering offer from UAC subsidiary
…our graduates can not be jobless, Rector boast, appreciate Grand Cereal LTD
Graduates from the Nigeria-Korea Friendship institute have been offered mouth watering job offers at the Grand Cereal Limited (GCL), a subsidiary of UAC Nigeria PLC, following a specific indication of interest by the organisation in the graduates of the institute for a trainee program.
Recall that GCL through its correspondence earlier in march expressed the intention to recruit best graduates from NKFI for their one-year Technical Traineeship Programme with the aim of equipping them with the right competencies to assume technical roles in the organisation with an offering of automatic employment upon completion.
The manufacturing organisation in their earlier correspondence revealed that NKFI was highly recommended as an institute that provides one of the best technical graduates in the region, hence their decision to enter into a long term partnership of sourcing for competent hands for their organisation.
The students as detailed in their letter of appointment dated May 22 titled ”Appointment as Technical Trainee in Grand Cereals Limited’’ were billed to resume on June 1 in Jos, Plateau state capital to receive Basic Salary and Allowances of grossly over N500, 000 monthly take home.
In his reaction, the Rector of NKFI, Williams Charles Oluwatoyin appreciated the manufacturing company for their recognition of the excellent work the institute offer in its graduates adding that their gesture of employing the students into such reputable organisation was laudable and appreciated.
The Rector hinted that many more of such opportunities were readily available for students of the institute because of its reputable positioning in producing ready made graduates that can easily fit into specific operations in any organisation either locally or globally, boasting that no students of NKFI would remained unemployed or not engaged upon graduation, owing to the level of real world knowledge impacted.