Youngsters throng coaching centres to secure govt jobs

Youngsters throng coaching centres to secure govt jobs
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Thousands of young aspirants trying for Government jobs are thronging Coaching centres to help with the competitive examinations. These candidates are honing their skills in different subjects to come out with flying colours in the competitive examinations.

Thousands of young aspirants trying for Government jobs are thronging Coaching centres to help with the competitive examinations. These candidates are honing their skills in different subjects to come out with flying colours in the competitive examinations.

The State government has decided to recruit over 5000 constables and also to conduct APPSC Group I and Group II examinations. Besides, exams are conducted regularly by national recruitment agencies for the recruitment of posts in Railways and nationalised banks.

More than 20 coaching centres mushroomed in different parts of the city and impart coaching to the candidates in mental ability, G.K., Arithmetic, English grammar and other subjects.

Apart from the local candidates, hundreds of youngsters with graduation and post-graduation qualifications are coming to Vijayawada from others parts of Krishna district to attend the coaching classes. These young aspirants are honing their skills to qualify for the jobs in Government departments.

V Harshit, director of Harshit Institute, at Chuttugunta centre, said students enthusiastically attending the classes for the Police Constables’ recruitment tests and some other students are preparing for APPSC examinations.

The duration of the coaching is between three to four hours. Some institutes are conducting tests daily as part of the intensive preparation for the competitive examination. Most of the institutes are collecting fee of Rs 6000 on average to give coaching for the Police constables recruitment tests.

Some institutes are collecting Rs 10,000 for the APPSC Group I and Group II examinations. The State government decided to fill Group I and Group II posts but notification were not issued till now, said B Srinivas, director of Pragati IAS Academy, which is one of the oldest institutes in the city.

He said that the demand for Government jobs in our state is evergreen and thousands of youth aspire for it. Due to job security and other benefits being given by Government, youngsters are vigorously trying to pass the competitive examinations and secure the Government jobs.

By Md Ameen

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