As very less Indian Amnesty-Seekers directed up at a remarkable job fair for them on Monday in the Abu Dhabi, the organizers opened it for all Indian job seekers who arrived in hundreds since morning. The Indian Social and Cultural Centre (I.S.C), in partnership with the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi, organized the exhibition at the ISC premises to assist the amnesty-seekers of India who are looking for a job. Approximately 28 organizations offered plenty of jobs, primarily technical and skilled, in several sectors over the UAE. However, only about a dozen amnesty-seekers shown up when the gates were opened at 9 am (a total of nearly 50 came later by afternoon) the organizers prolonged all job seekers opportunity. Approximately 1,400 job seekers seemed in walk-in interviews, and extra 200 people presented their CVs at the occasion, Indian Ambassador to the UAE, Navdeep Singh Suri, said to Gulf News. As a job fair, it was a tremendous success. There was value for both the company and employee, he told.