Borno's online portal nominates 223 unemployed graduates

December 29, 2019
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Over 223 graduates without a job have been recommended for a variety of federal and private sector jobs following their stint with Borno's portal.

The beneficiaries were selected from hundreds of applicants who registered their CVs with the Borno online jobs portal launched by Governor Babagana Umara Zulum in September.

The portal was created by the state’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.

The commissioner, Dr. Babagana Mustapha, who plays crucial role in the innovation, said the 223 applicants were selected based on the requirements of their potential employers.

The commissioner highlighted that 26 applicants with Bachelor’s Degrees (Bsc) and 15 others with Masters degrees (MSc), all in relevant disciplines, were recommended to the Federal Character Commission to fill possible employment slots at the federal civil service.

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