Lloyd’s Job Fest- Niyukti 2024 | 6th April, 2024

Niyukti is an apt name for an event that brings hundreds of job aspirants and scores of recruiting companies together under one roof and allows them to seek out the best match for each other, from each other. In the seven years since its inception, Niyukti, the Annual Job Fest of the Lloyd Group of Institutions, Greater Noida, has hosted more than 10000 students and 300 recruiters (some of them choosing to come again and again every year!) on its campus in the month of April every year. Most of the students have found their first job in  Lloyd’s Job Fest- Niyukti and started the journey of their career.

This year the Lloyd Group organized Niyukti-2024, their 8th Mega Job Fest on Saturday, 06th April’24. The Job Fest was organized specifically for candidates of Pharmacy background. Preparations began months prior at Lloyd-campus as they invited students from various Institutes/Universities not only from Delhi NCR but from all over the nation. Invitations were sent out to various multinational brands from different sectors like production, quality assurance, quality control, sales & marketing, business development, retail & hospital Pharmacy, regulatory affairs, etc. to interview and offer jobs to the eligible candidates. More than 800 students registered from 100+ Institutes/ Universities registered for the placement drive conducted by 40+ companies.

registered for the placement drive conducted by 40+ companies.

The Objective of “Niyukti”- The Lloyd Job Fest is as follows:

  • Bridge gap between the Employer & the Talent
  • Increase in Employment Opportunities
  • Bring best & economical talent from Pharmaceutical Sector under one roof
  • Fostering networking opportunities
  • Provide the benefit to the companies of low cost per hire.

Participant Profiles:

As the big day arrived, the Registration Desks were over-flown with hundreds of students since 8:00 in the morning, many of whom had travelled overnight in the hunt for a job. Lloyd successfully interviewed more than 600 students from 100 Institutes/Universities, from Institutes all over India including some leading institutes like Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University (DPSRU), Jamia Hamdard (New Delhi), NIPER (Bareilly), NIPER (Ahmedabad) Amity University, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (Hisar), KIET Group of Institutions (Ghaziabad), K.R. Mangalam University, Apeejay Stya University (ASU), College Of Pharmacy PGIMS (Haryana), Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand University (School Of Pharmacy And Research), Galgotias University, GD Goenka University, IFTM University, Sharda University (Greater Noida), Maharshi Dayanand University, Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Hindu College (Sonipat), Tirthankara Mahaveer College of Pharmacy, MIET (Meerut) and ISF College of Pharmacy (Punjab)

Many celebrated brand names such as Cipla Ltd, Mankind, Alembic Pharmaceuticals, Lupin Ltd, Alkem Laboratories, AIMIL Pharmaceuticals, Aristo Pharma, Felix Hospitals, Apollo Pharmacy, Ypsomed India, Raptakos Brett & Co. Ltd., Arbro Pharmaceuticals, Unicure India Ltd, Alvista Bio Sciences , Blueocean Healthcare, Mascot Health Series, Systopic Laboratories, Vee Excel Drugs & Pharmaceuticals, Florencia Healthcare, Generix Lifesciences, Shagun Medi Testing Private Limited,  Waypham India Pvt. Ltd., MG Life Care, General Diagnostics International, Kayra Innopharm, Xenone Healthcare, Chemist Box Pvt. Ltd., Medikart Healthcare, Infojini Inc., and many more participated in the Job-Fest in search of their desired candidates. They have shortlisted the candidates for different profiles such as Production, Quality Assurance (QA), Quality Control (QC), Formulation & Development (F&D), Drug Regulatory Affairs (DRA), Sales & Marketing, Retail & Hospital Pharmacist, Market Research, etc.

S. No. Company Name Job Domain Shortlisted Numbers
1 Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 23
2 Alkem Laboratories Limited Sales & Marketing 23
3 Cipla Limited Sales & Marketing 38
4 Systopic Laboratories Private Limited Sales & Marketing 2
5 Mankind Pharma Limited Sales & Marketing 4
6 Ypsomed India Private Limited Sales & Marketing 7
7 Raptakos Brett & Co. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 7
8 Alembic Pharmaceuticals Ltd Sales & Marketing 2
9 Lupin Limited Sales & Marketing 5
10 Blueocean Healthcare International (P) Ltd Sales & Marketing 8
11 Frontro Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 17
12 Shagun Medi Testing Private Limited Sales & Marketing 8
13 Alvista Bio Sciences Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 20
14 Gaads Learning Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 7
15 Waypham India Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 8
16 Orikam Healthcare India Private Limited Sales & Marketing 25
17 MG Lifecare LLP. Sales & Marketing 19
18 CHCS Services Inc. Market Research 18
19 MediKart HealthCare Systems Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 4
20 General Diagnostics International Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 40
21 Kayra Innopharm Pvt. Ltd. Sales & Marketing 10
22 Felix Healthcare Private Limited Sales & Marketing 10
23 Vee Excel Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. F&D, Production, QA & QC 20
24 Unicure India Ltd Production, QA & QC 21
25 Mascot Health Series Pvt. Ltd. Production, QA & QC 10
26 Arbro Pharmaceuticals Private Limited Production, QA & QC 14
27 Accredited Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ACPL) Production, QA & QC 2
28 Florencia Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. DRA, Production, QA & QC 35
29 Xenone Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. DRA, QA 5
30 Aimil Pharmaceuticals (I) Ltd. DRA, Production, QA & QC, Sales 49
31 Apollo Pharmacies Pvt. Ltd. Retail & Hospital Pharmacist 23
32 Chemist Box Pvt. Ltd. Retail & Hospital Pharmacist 10
33 Generix Lifesciences Pvt. Ltd. Retail & Hospital Pharmacist, Sales 48
34 Infojini Inc. US Recruitment Process 9


The job fest held recently was a resounding success, effectively connecting pharmacy students with numerous opportunities in the field. Out of the 800 candidates who participated, an impressive 551 were shortlisted for various positions. What's particularly noteworthy is that many students received multiple job offers, underscoring the event's effectiveness in matching candidates with suitable roles.

The fest succeeded in its primary objective of facilitating employment opportunities for pharmacy students. It not only provided them with access to a wide array of job openings but also ensured that a significant portion of them secured promising positions. This indicates a high level of engagement and satisfaction among both candidates and recruiters.

Moreover, the fest highlighted the importance of such events in bridging the gap between job seekers and employers in specialized fields like pharmacy. It emphasized the need for ongoing initiatives that facilitate networking and recruitment within the industry.

As for lessons learned, the success of the fest underscores the importance of thorough planning and execution. Future events should focus on maximizing engagement and participation from both candidates and employers. Additionally, incorporating feedback mechanisms to continually improve the experience for all stakeholders will be crucial.

Overall, the job fest not only achieved its objectives but also demonstrated the potential for similar events to have a meaningful impact on employment outcomes within the pharmacy sector. With careful consideration of lessons learned, future editions hold great promise for further facilitating career opportunities for aspiring pharmacists.