33 New Gurukulas, 15 Degree Colleges in Telangana

BC Welfare and Civil Supplies Minister Gangula Kamalakar said that the state government is making special efforts for the educational development of the backward communities. As part of this, every year the number of Gurukula educational institutes for BC students is increasing. On Wednesday, the Minister held a review with the senior officials of the BC Welfare Department in his chamber on the issues of formation of new gurukulas, upgradation and so on.

Speaking on this occasion, he said that the government has decided to start a gurukula school in every district. For this, the officials were ordered to take necessary steps to establish 33 new schools in 33 districts. It has been revealed that this year, 4 new gurukula schools are being upgraded as junior colleges and instructions have been issued in this regard. It has been clarified that 115 more schools will be upgraded as junior colleges next year.

He explained that currently there is only one degree college under the BC Welfare Department and another 15 degree colleges will be established from this academic year. Minister Gangula has directed the Secretary of BC Gurukula Society to prepare proposals in this regard. It has been suggested that the courses should be diversified in these degree colleges and for this the Telangana Council of Higher Education should be co-operated.

He said that out of the six courses offered in the degree colleges, three new ones should be introduced and linked with them as per the requirements of the industrial sector. It is suggested to introduce courses like Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Cloud Technology, SAP, Nutrition Food Technology, Fashion Technology, Textile Technology, BBA, BCom Computers, MPCS, MSCS college wise. Through these, at the time of completion of education, the campus placements should be organized by the Gurukula Society and to this extent, quality standards should be followed in the colleges.

21 more BC Study Circles: Minister Gangula Kamalakar has directed the officials to formulate activities for setting up 21 more BC Study Circles in the state. For the construction of self-respecting buildings, the construction responsibilities are being entrusted to the castes formed as a single community. It has been revealed that six more castes have been formed as a single community and construction permits will be given to them on the 8th of this month. He said that the construction of those which have not been formed as a single association will soon be started under the government. BC Welfare Department Chief Secretary Burra Venkatesham participated in the meeting.

TS Police Jobs: Warning to SI, Constable candidates – Preliminary written test Pattern

Board Chairman VV Srinivasa Rao said that they are ready to conduct a preliminary written test on August 7 for the post of Sub-Inspector and other similar posts in Telangana. “We are arranging for a written test on August 21 for constable and other similar posts,” a statement said.

Constable‌ – Preliminary:

  1. Constable‌ Preliminary examination will be conducted with 200 questions for 200 marks over a period of three hours.
    2, questions will be asked from a total of eight sections. They are..English, Arithmetic, General‌Science, History of India – Culture – Indian National Movement, Theories of Geography – Geography of India – Politics – Economy; Contemporary issues of national and international importance, Reasoning / Mental Ability, Telangana State of Priority.
  2. Of these, other sections except English are given the facility to answer in Telugu or Urdu.

SI Prelims in two sections:

  1. Preliminary written test for Sub-Inspector posts will be conducted for 200 marks in two sections.
  2. 100 questions from Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability topics.
  3. Ask another 100 questions from General Studies.
  4. The test will be conducted in pen-paper format for a total of three hours.
  5. Must have passed with at least 30% marks for both the posts. Similarly, 20 per cent negative marks were imposed.
  6. Candidates who have passed will be selected for the next stage Physical Efficiency Test based on the marks obtained and the number of applications.
  7. The difficulty of the questions in the Intermediate Qualified Constable Prelims as well as the Bachelor Degree Qualifying Sub-Inspector Prelims examinations will be commensurate with the level of the respective posts.

Common elements:

  1. There are common elements in the prelims exam related to the two posts. General Science, Current Affairs, History, Geography, Politics, Economy are in both posts.
  2. The SI movement specifically mentioned the Telangana movement, the emergence of the state of Telangana, the stages of the Telangana movement. In fact, even in the written test of the constable’s prelims, he briefly mentioned the issues of priority of Telangana. Among these is the opportunity to ask questions related to the Telangana movement, state formation and movement stages.
  3. Arithmetic is also mentioned as a syllabus in the prelims of both the posts.
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