When the job notifications are coming out one by one .. the coaching centers and study centers in the state are already buzzing. Candidates are wrestling with books with the aspiration of getting a job anyway. However, the BC, SC and ST welfare departments stand by the poor who cannot afford coaching in big cities like Hyderabad and Warangal. They are honing their talents and preparing to lead them to success. As part of this, the process of selecting candidates through qualifying examinations has already begun. On the other hand .. MLAs are also preparing to provide free training within the respective constituencies. Names are being registered. BC Welfare Department officials have taken steps to provide free training to unemployed candidates through BC Study Circles and Study Centers in the wake of job replacement. Arrangements are being made to train about 1.20 lakh people. 20,000 will be trained directly, 50,000 online and another 50,000 in hybrid mode. There are currently 10 BC Study Circles, one for each joint district center.
Each study circle has a training facility for about 300 people. Authorities hope to increase this capacity and train approximately 1000 candidates in each study circle. About 20,000 candidates will be given direct training by launching another five study circles. Candidates are selected through a qualifying examination. Proposals have been prepared to set up a BC Study Center in each constituency center. Through these, about one lakh candidates will be facilitated to study. It is also part of the training as a whole. Candidates who want to get free training have to apply by 10 am on the 16th of this month. An online test will be conducted on the same day and candidates will be selected. Group-1, 2, 3, 4 as well as coaching for police jobs. Reservations are 75% for BCs, 10% for SCs, 5% for STs, 5% for EBCs and 5% for minorities. Classes are set to begin on the 21st of this month. So far, 70,000 people have applied online. Officials estimate that more than 30,000 applications will be received in the last two days. It is said that free training can cost up to Rs 50 crore. Applications are coming from AP candidates. Although the candidates from Telangana region are eligible, the AP candidates are applying to know how much grip they have on the subject and in which subjects they need to improve their subject proficiency, officials said.
- ‘BC, SC, ST’ branches in preparations
- 1.2 lakh people in BC Study Centers
- BC Welfare Department plans with Rs 50 crore
- 38 training centers for SC and ST candidates
- Selection of candidates through qualifying examination
- Candidates flock to ‘police’ free coaching
The SC Development Department and the Tribal Welfare Department are gearing up to train SC and ST candidates. Authorities are arranging to train SC candidates through 33 centers across the state. Applications for the qualifying test will be accepted online until the 18th of this month. The merit list will be prepared on the 19th of this month and the candidates will be informed from the 20th. Verification of certificates will be completed on the 22nd and training will start on the 25th. There are three training centers for ST candidates at Utnur, Eturunagaram and Bhadrachalam under ITDA and one ST training center each at Mannanur and Hyderabad. Through these 10 thousand people will be trained.
MLAs are preparing to set up 2, 3 coaching centers in each assembly constituency. Centers are being set up in community halls and function halls. Plans are afoot to spend up to Rs 5,000 per month on each candidate. Some places offer free meals. Some MLAs are making arrangements to provide study material for the respective examinations. Finance Minister Harish Rao has already set up a coaching center in Siddipet.
The police department itself has stepped in to provide free training to those preparing for police jobs. Applications are being accepted online within the districts / commissionerates. Due to the large number of candidates, they will be selected on the basis of merit by conducting a written test as well as fitness tests. Arrangements are being made to train for three months. It is noteworthy that 25 thousand people have applied for free training within the Hyderabad Commissionerate. If you get the coaching given by the police department, a large number of candidates are applying with the concept of job guarantee. The police department is arranging to train about 80,000 people across the state.
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