KARACHI - Cooperation between corporate sector and educational institutions is imperative in order to produce suitable human resource with skills and abilities required by the job market. Speaking at a Project Exhibition and Career Fair organised by Bahria University at its Karachi Campus on Thursday, Commander Logistics Pakistan Navy, Rear Admiral Azher Shamim Anwer said: We should support all such joint efforts where varsities and corporate sector organisations could come up at a platform to provide jobs to fresh graduates. Earlier, he visited the project exhibition & career fair of Bahria University where around 18 corporate sector organisations had set up their booths to search for suitable human resource for their respective organisations. He also visited the projects displayed by Bahria University Students. Bahria University Karachi Campus organises this career fair as a semester-event to provide a platform where students and the corporate world can be congregated with the prospect of knowing each other strengths and requirements. Speaking on the occasion, Director Bahria University Karachi Campus Capt Retd Ashfaq Agha said that it would be highly advantageous for the students in terms of getting aware of the job market requirements as well as the prevailing trends in corporate sector. He said that organisations would be able to offer training/employment opportunities to the recently graduated students after giving them their company presentations, open house interactive sessions, recruitment test and on spot interviews. Agha said that the purpose of organising Project Exhibition was to provide our graduating student of software hardware & electronic engineering with a resolute platform to expose their inner talents and creativity, thus to prove that sheer hard work and determination can diminish the impossibilities and bring up the growing hope of superior achievements by putting their final projects on display. Hundred of fresh Bahria graduates participated in the Fair to explore and apply for jobs posted by participating organisations. They appeared in on-the-spot interviews, listened to speakers, and interacted with HR heads of local and multinational companies regarding career opportunities.