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Employment exchange office offers free coaching for competitive examinations


MYSURU: In a bid to help more students, particularly those from the susceptible and underprivileged sections of society, crack competitive examinations, which more continuously than no longer seem very intimidating, the Mysuru district employment alternate has decided to conduct unfastened training categories for them at its office at the Government ITI Campus in NR Mohalla. While the employment alternate has, for a while now, supplied unfastened training for students to tackle the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) examination, as and when the state executive called for applications to these posts, the dep. has now decided to extend unfastened training to help aspirants in the district toughen their probabilities even in national stage competitive examinations equivalent to Staff Selection Commission, probationary officials’ exams for banks, et al.
Besides improving their features in quantitative and analytical aptitude, very important to reaching a good rank in the exams, trainers hired through the employment alternate office will supply courses on character development. Also, students can be given courses in English, which the officials consider will help boost self belief of candidates while dealing with the interview. In the Udyoga Mela held in the city on Thursday witnessed the participation of human useful resource representatives of various corporations. Officials have decided to ask a few of them to conduct a programme, ‘How to stand interviews’.

Assistant director of the employment alternate office, Mysuru Rani stated that the agency was once having a look to extend the scope in their coaching categories. “We are keen to conduct training categories for more examinations in the days to return. We have already supplied coaching for exams equivalent to TET, besides imparting courses in pc science without spending a dime. We need to offer students unfastened training to crack Karnataka Administrative Service (KAS) and IAS examinations. These categories are open to all, without reference to caste, creed and religion, Rani informed TOI.

J Dileepa, a 2nd year BA scholar at Maharaja’s College, is likely one of the many that have benefitted from unfastened categories supplied through the employment alternate office. “I learnt a lot in the 45-day pc route. My handiest request to those making plans these lessons is that the lessons no longer be restricted to the fundamentals, but equip students with in-depth knowledge since lots of them can not come up with the money for to pay for pc lessons, that are very pricey,” Dileepa stated.


Vocational categories for high school and PU students


Meanwhile, the employment alternate office has additionally organized to supply vocational steerage to high school and pre-university students. These categories are to help those curious about join the Indian militia. Interested candidates can call: 0821-2489972 for more info.


- (BY R Uday Kumar)




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