• The largest placement drive in Karnataka. Student orientation will be conducted on 17th & 18th June 2017 at Vidyagiri campus, Moodbidri between 9am to 5pm. All are invited.

EVENTS

Alva´s Pragati is a cause driven placement initiative, organized under the banner of Alva’s Education Foundation(AEF). Alva’s Education foundation is committed to the cause of reducing the unemployment problem that has affected the rural youth of this region and has been organizing mass placement drives like Alva’s Pragati and Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela.

The Alva’s Pragati is one such venture of AEF that builds a strong platform that works to reach the employers on one end and to map, fine tune the aspirations of candidates on the other, with an intention to match them and hence generate employment opportunities. Alva’s Pragati unlike other mass placement has has created employment opportunities for the youth across various disciplines and streams including arts, commerce, science, engineering, management, sports, fine arts and para-medical sciences.

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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2016

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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2015

    Alva’s Pragati 2015 witnessed the participation of 272 companies and over 18,000 job aspirants with more than 5,525 offers rolled out. More than 18000 students had visited this event to reap the benefits of this unique mass placement drive.
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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2014

    Alva’s Pragati 2015 witnessed the participation of 272 companies and over 18,000 job aspirants with more than 5,525 offers rolled out. More than 18000 students had visited this event to reap the benefits of this unique mass placement drive.
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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2013

    Alva’s Pragati 2015 witnessed the participation of 272 companies and over 18,000 job aspirants with more than 5,525 offers rolled out. More than 18000 students had visited this event to reap the benefits of this unique mass placement drive.
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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2012

    Alva’s Pragati 2015 witnessed the participation of 272 companies and over 18,000 job aspirants with more than 5,525 offers rolled out. More than 18000 students had visited this event to reap the benefits of this unique mass placement drive.
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    ALVA’S PRAGATI 2011

    Alva’s Pragati 2015 witnessed the participation of 272 companies and over 18,000 job aspirants with more than 5,525 offers rolled out. More than 18000 students had visited this event to reap the benefits of this unique mass placement drive.
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    CHIKKABALLAPUR UDYOGAMELA, 2013

    Chikkaballapur UdyogMela -2013 was held at the SJCIT campus on August 3 and 4, 2013. It was a grand success with 277 companies visited the event participated in the event and around 9200 people were shortlisted for employment from around 31500 students who had visited UdyogMela. Companies across various industry sectors visited the Udyoga Mela. These includes names like Titan, Reliance Industries, IBM, Godrej, ITC, Reliance cements, Idea cellular, Oracle, Genisys, Standard Chartered Bank, HDFC, ICICI, McDonald, Raymond, Jubilant Food Works (Dominos Pizza), ITC Wills Lifestyle, Café Coffee day, Arvind Mills, Apollo Hospitals, Royal Orchid etc.
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    CHIKKABALLAPUR UDYOGA MELA 2012

    ChikkaballapurUdyoga Mela is a cause that aims at connecting thousands of unemployed rural and semi-urban youth to the opportunities offered by the fast growing economy. This Udyoga mela has been initiated by Dr. M. Veerappa Moily, Union Minister for Petroleum, Govt. of India. AEF placement team plays an important role in organizing and conducting this mela with great deal of commitment towards fulfilling the cause.The vision of this mela is to make the Chickaballapur Lokasabha constituency a model for job creation and making it a platform that connects the rural young job seekers with the employers across various sector. Chickaballapur Udyoga Mela 2012 witnessed over 16000 job seekers applying for various positions at 197 companies across sectors. There were 32 companies in manufacturing sector, 39 companies in IT/ITES sector, 12 companies in insurance sector, 24 companies in retail sector, 9 in textile/garment and healthcare and 12 consultancies participated in this mela.
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    CHIKKABALLAPUR UDYOG MELA 2011

    The Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela which was held on the 16th and 17th July, 2011 at S.J.C. Institute of Technology, This drive aimed at connecting the thousands of unemployed rural and semi urban youth to the opportunities offered by a fast growing economy. The vision is to make the Chikkaballapur constituency a model for job creation by creating a platform that connects young job seekers to employers from the private and public sector. This Mela created a milestone in the history of job Fairs as 165 Companies recruited 7000 candidates in various positions in their companies.There was a gigantic number of 20,000 job hunters who flocked in the huge arena of the campus that sprawled upto453 Acres. This was a distinctive Mela as it exclusively catered to 10th standard and PUC dropouts who were eager to make a living for themselves. 12 garment and Security companies participated in this Mela and there was a turnout of 5000 and more school and college dropouts.
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    ALVA’S VISHWA NUDISIRI-VIRASAT 2013 (AVNV)

    Alva’s Vishwa Nudisiri-Virasat 2013 (AVNV) an international literocultural festival was held between 19th Dec 2013 and 22nd Dec 2013 at Sundari Anand Alva campus, Vidyagiri, Moodbidri. The event was flagged off on 19th Dec by a wonderful procession depicting various folk and non-folk dances, performances of 110 teams of over 5,000 artistes across the state.

    The event had a participation of over 2 lakhs every day and the whole event had more than 10 lakhs of participants. Alva’s Vishwa Nudisiri-Virasat- 2013 provided a common platform to both literary and performing artists to launch themselves to the world through their respective performances receive acceptance and accolades from the audience and the experts. It was a display of worldwide talents to the audience, to make them mutually respect each others’ endowed performances. The event had a prelude from the previous one year with over 60 Nudisiri Ghatakas or units started in different cities both in India and abroad.

    The event had 9 parallel stages in the same venue, with each stage depicting one folk/ regional talent at a time. The programme began at 5 am and went on till midnight everyday. Various literary sessions were held as a part of Alva’s Nudisiri under the theme ‘Kannada Manassu: Andu-Indu-Mundu’ (Kannada Mind: Then-Now-Future) during the day. The evenings were reserved for cultural programmes by renowned national and international artistes to mark the Virasat. The literary activities took place in four stages and cultural programmes took place in 10 stages simultaneously.

    Other attractions of the Alva’s Vishwa Nudisiri Virasat was ‘Kannada Samskruthi grama’ (a village model representing the Kannada culture), Alva’s Chitrasiri had participation by1,000 artistes, book exhibition with over 500 stalls and other exhibitions. Alva’s Nudisiri awards were conferred upon achievers who have contributed for the development of Kannada, in state, national and international levels.. Two artistes this time were conferred upon the Alva’s Virasat award, for their contributions in the field of classical art form and folklore.
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    ALVA’S NUDISIRI (AVNV)

    Dr. M.Mohan Alva had an intention of bringing the ignored & talented to the lime light. In his connection, he thought of organizing Alva’s Nudisiri, a Kannada Literature Conference, and every year in November. The number in delegates attending the National Conference is increasing year by year from Four Thousand to Nine thousand. The Alva’s Education Foundation arranges free board & accommodation to all the delegates. It is not just a festival but an omni-bus of thought idiom.The eminent scholars are invited to speak on the areas which are urgent and subtle. The celebration is clubbed with book exhibition, cultural activities, local Yakshagana enactments and the theatre performances. The regular Sahitya Sammelana organized by the state government pales in comparision to this, in terms of participation, recognition of literary talents and involvement of youth.This encourages the youth not only to appreciate the literary works but also understand them.
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    ALVA’S VIRASAT

    Alva’s Virasat, a National Cultural Festival, is held in every January right from the year 2000. The performance, every day during the Virasat, comprises of classical music concerts in the first session and a variety of classical & folk dance performance in the second. A number of artistes of national & international repute from different parts of India are invited for performing such of the components which engulfed the entire spectrum of the art forms both classical & folk.It is a strong conviction of Dr. M. Mohan Alva , the Chairman of Alva’s Education Foundation, that the classical art forms can please & educate the youth, and systematically enable them to develop a better taste & attitude to life. The classical dance & music provides a magic potion to the people indistinct of old or young.

    The work experiences of Dr. M.Mohan Alva organizing various literary conferences, especially All India Kannada Sahithya Sammelana (All India Conference on Kannada Literature), had stirred him to organize Kannada literary Conference on the new campus of Alva’s Education Foundation. Every year and serve for the better cause of developing Kannada Language & literature.
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    ALVAS INDEPENDENCE DAY

    Alva's Education Foundation celebrate a grand Independence day function at the Shrimati Vanajakshi K Shripathi Bhat Vedike Vivekananda Nagara, Puttige Over 25,000 students and 4,500 staff members from 19 different institutes under the AEF take part in the celebrations. The media claimed that this celebration by AEF stands next to the celebrations at Red fort, New Delhi in terms of number of people participating. 10,000 students come dressed in the tri-color and created a spectacular event. The students released 10,000 helium balloons into air to commemorate the country's freedom from the foreign rule.
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    ALVA’S DEEPAVALI

    Alva's Deepavali celebrate with pomp every year, with more than 600 artists participating. It comprised of professional artists along with students of Alva's Education Foundation who perform various cultural dances and music performances. It's a cultural delight to a relatively younger audience. More than twenty five thousand people enjoy Alva's Deepavali. The audience also witness dazzling performances from the Srilankan team, Prince group from Orissa,and Beda Nrithya by Gopal Bai, Ahmedabad.The programme comprise of various dances, instrumental and vocal performances, marshal arts, yoga etc from the students of Alva’s. The whole ambience decked up with colourful lamps which had a mesmerizing effect on the audience. This give the students a great platform to exhibit their innate talents to a large audience.