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Free coaching for competitive exams from April 15
The training and placement cell of PB Siddhartha Arts and Science College alumni and Vision Foundation would jointly organise free coaching for competitive exams starting from April 15, said the college principal Dr M Ramesh on Monday.
Vijayawada: The training and placement cell of PB Siddhartha Arts and Science College alumni and Vision Foundation would jointly organise free coaching for competitive exams starting from April 15, said the college principal Dr M Ramesh on Monday.
The college director, Vemuri Babu Rao said that for three years during the summer vacations they have been organising free coaching for job aspirants for both government and private jobs successfully.
The training and placement head K Sridhar said coaching would be given to the students for Banking, Railways, Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, Groups, Staff Selection Commission and other competitive examinations. They would train the students on communication skills, computers, aptitude, group discussion and others for a period of 50 days, four hours a day on the college premises.
He further said that weekly tests will also be conducted to improve creative skills of the students. Vision Foundation Secretary Vijay Kumar said that interested candidates can visit www.myvisionfoundation.net and register their names. Study material will be provided to the students for a reasonable cost, he said. A poster was released on the occasion.