A few weeks after the Telangana state government announced that it would start the recruitment process to fill vacancies in several positions, the state government assigned six major universities to train candidates for the recruitment test. The state’s Education Minister, P Sabitha Indra Reddy, on Wednesday launched competitive exam training courses to prepare candidates for university recruitment exams.
In line with previous government orders, the recruitment process will begin for various departments, across the six universities – Osmania University, Kakatiya University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Palamuru University, Telangana University and Satavahana University.
Speaking at the event, the minister said the universities’ initiative aims to extend support to students preparing for these exams with books, reference materials and equipment. As part of the initiative, students, especially from weaker economic sections, will be trained to sit for recruitment exams. According to reports, the courses will be taught by university professors and experts in related fields.
During the virtual launch of the coaching initiative, Professor R Limbadri said that in addition to the courses, the program will also provide all the necessary assistance to the candidates by providing appropriate infrastructure, books and reference materials. Mock interviews and sample interview questionnaires at national level will also be distributed to students.
Recently, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that the state government will fill about 91,142 government jobs. After the announcement, the Backward Classes Commission of Telangana State launched free training courses for candidates for government jobs.
The commission also decided to donate study materials to those registered with these groups through another social media platform called Telegram. The commission announced that job seekers can register on the app with their names and phone numbers in this app.
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