The program was organized by Texas College, which believes in not only educating students but also preparing them to be qualified, efficient, and capable professionals who can be placed in the marketplace. Corona had caused the program to be postponed for the past two years. On Friday, the program's third edition was completed.
At the ceremony, the college also recognized successful entrepreneurs who were named to Forbes magazine's list of entrepreneurs under the age of 30. At the event, Niraj Kafle of 'Offering Happiness' and Sujit Pathak of 'Veda App' were honored.
Bimal Kumar Hoda, the recently elected chairman of Kathmandu Metropolitan Ward No. 7, also spoke as one of the speakers. All of the speakers agreed that students must be placed in the local market, because such initiatives would allow them to do something new in the country, they should consider doing something new on their own turf.
On the campus grounds, 26 well-known Nepalese companies established stalls and interviewed students. Companies like; F1 Soft, Leapfrog, Goldstar, MAW, Bigmart, Saathi Mart, Optimum Futurist, Info Developers, Rojgari Services, Softech Foundation, EBO Digital, Yeti Airlines etc. represented their companies. Capable students had been offered jobs on the spot, in the fair.