Minority Study Circle gears up to coach job aspirants

Published: Published Date – 11:30 PM, Wed – 23 March 22

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Hyderabad: Following the State government’s decision on job recruitments, the Telangana State Minority Study Circle (TSMSC) is gearing up to organise coaching classes to assist job aspirants. The coaching will be provided at various centres across the State by the TSMSC in coordination with the local district authorities.

Shahnawaz Qasim, Director, TSMSC, said the study circle is drawing up a plan to conduct coaching classes for various government jobs in different departments, particularly for teachers, engineers, doctors and general ministerial clerks.

“Government announced various jobs in different government departments, including education, police, municipal administration, revenue, etc. The basic syllabus would be almost the same and we will not be waiting for the notification to be issued, classes will commence shortly,” said Qasim.

As part of the initiative, a meeting was held between the TSMSC officials and the police department recently. “In important districts in the State, we will be conducting a coaching programme for police job aspirants. Experts will be roped in to teach the candidates,” said Qasim. A series of meetings with other department officials are also planned in the coming days followed by a selection of experts to guide students.

The study circle at Hyderabad and in certain districts will be offering coaching programmes for jobs related to other government departments. “In districts also, we will organise the coaching classes for the benefit of students. More emphasis will be on organising online coaching programmes considering the fact that thousands of candidates would enrol with us,” the official explained.

The TSMSC is already conducting a common foundation course where basics like general knowledge, current affairs and other common subjects of any job-seeking exam are taught. Study material is also provided to the candidates by the study circle. “We are also uploading the content on YouTube for the benefit of the student community,” said Qasim.

The study circle will also help the candidates identify their potential and select the exams they can easily sail through.

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