The chief minister Mr K Chandrasekhar Rao came up with another flagship programme to help SC/ST/BC and minority candidates aspiring for prestigious jobs.
It was decided to set up 132 study circles across the state and one each for four communities in Hyderabad. They would be trained to appear for IAS, IPS, IFS, Group I, and other central and state government jobs. It would be titled `All India Services Study Circle of Telangana’ in Hyderabad. Mr KCR had instructed officials and ministers to make arrangements for the purpose as soon as possible.
The job aspirants of study circles would be offered free food and accommodation to infuse confidence among them, as many hail from rural poor backgrounds. These study circles would also offer training to central and state government employees as well.
Another important decision that Telangana state government has taken was to upgrade all Gurukul schools to intermediate colleges and establish one Gurukul Mahila college each in districts all over the state.
The chief minister Mr KCR held an extensive review meeting with the officials and ministers on higher education on Tuesday where these decisions were taken.
He instructed officials also to ensure those who completed courses such as ITI, Polytechnic, Pharma, Chemical, Industry, Defence, Railway banking, Nursing, Agriculture, and others find placement for them. The aspirants should be kept informed about the job notifications and given proper guidance on how to prepare and provide proper study material accordingly.
“These study circles should be developed into campus recruitment campuses,” the chief minister Mr KCR said.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao