"This final event comprises of Interview Sessions, where the corporate sector gets the opportunity to interview a diverse group of perhaps Sri Lanka’s finest Science undergraduates," the Rotaract Club of the Science Faculty said in a statement.
"An essential mix of workshop-forums, presentations and expert discussions will be held prior to the event to better prepare the undergraduates participating at this event."
The organizers say they hope to "increase the interaction between the University and the corporate sector, thus allowing undergraduates to better understand what is required from them by the sector,"
It will also help prepare undergraduates for the corporate sector working environment.
"Companies will have the opportunity to interact with some of the finest undergraduates from Sri Lanka and recruit candidates fulfilling respective company requirements from a choice of more than 500 undergraduates.
"Even if your company is currently not in a position to recruit employees, the outcome of the interviews will be a valuable asset for the undergraduate."The organizers say cubicles with lighting and fans and refreshment will be provided for company representative to interview undergraduates. Waiting rooms will have projectors which can display corporate videos.