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Free coaching classes for TET tribal candidates
Rampachodavaram: Free coaching would be provided for the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET) at DIET College in Rampachodavaram for the candidates...
Rampachodavaram: Free coaching would be provided for the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET) at DIET College in Rampachodavaram for the candidates who have passed BEd and DEd in tribal areas, ITDA project officer C Naga Rani said here on Thursday.
On Thursday, Ms Naga Rani inspected the TET coaching centre at local DIET College, Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu near Bhupathipalem reservoir and Tally Accounts Package Centre being organized by Employment Generation Marketing Mission on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, Ms Naga Rani urged the tribal candidates who have completed B Ed and D Ed courses to make use of TET free coaching programme being conducted by the Tribal Welfare Department.
She said that 175 candidates have enrolled themselves for the coaching and 126 candidates have attended the coaching classes at the centre. She said that the coaching would be given in English, Telugu, Hindi, Mathematics and Psychology. She said that one course director and five faculty members were part of the coaching programme which was being given by dividing the candidates into two batches.
She called upon the tribal candidates who get jobs after training to work at least for three years in the tribal areas. She told them to pass the eligibility test after completing the training course. Later, the project officer visited the Tally Account Package Centre in Bhupathi Palem where training was being given for 75 days. Speaking on the occasion, she said that 42 candidates were getting training at the Tally centre and the course would be completed by September 9. She further said that the second batch would start on August 9 and 62 candidates have enrolled for this batch already.
She advised the candidates to undergo training for improving communication skills, English language and computer knowledge along with this course in order to get jobs abroad. She told the Bi PC candidates that they would get opportunities to work as apprentice in Reddy Labs in the job mela which is going to be held on August 12 apart from getting coaching in Tally. She said that candidates who passed Intermediate or the candidates who have either passed or failed in degree are eligible for the Tally course and urged the candidates to encourage tribal youth towards this course.