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Telangana government to offer free coaching to job seekers, after CM pledges 91,142 jobs

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that the state government will fill around 91,142 government jobs (Representative image)

The Telangana government will train 50,000 people offline and another 50,000 online for free. The BC Welfare Department has also taken steps to train 50,000 people through social media such as Instagram, YouTube, Telegram and Facebook.

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  • Last update:April 02, 2022, 4:54 PM IST
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Days after Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that the state government will fill around 91,142 government jobs, which will be notified soon. The Backward Classes Commission of Telangana State has launched free training courses for candidates for government jobs.

According to reports, several unemployed people who cannot afford the fees of the coaching centers fear that they will not be able to attend training. Many have called on the state government to run free coaching centers especially for weaker economic sections.

While some MPs and other public officials are spending their own money and starting free coaching courses in some parts of the state, the Backward Classes Commission of Telangana State has taken this a notch higher. The commission has not only launched free in-person coaching classes, but it has also launched social media and online groups to begin these classes. The commission announced the opening of courses for a million people belonging to the “backward classes”.

He announced that he would train 50,000 people offline and another 50,000 online for free. The BC Welfare Department has also taken steps to train 50,000 people through social media such as Instagram, YouTube, Telegram and Facebook. The commission has also formed social media groups, called BC Study Circle Group on Instagram for this purpose. Over the past 15 days, over 3,000 people have registered with the BC Study Circle Group.

The commission also decided to donate study materials to those registered with these groups through another social media platform called Telegram. The commission announced that job seekers can register on the app with their name and phone number in this app. The commission also plans to launch an app for the same.

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