Collector advises job candidates to acquire comprehensive knowledge on all subjects

Posted: Date Posted – 9:04 PM, Sun – Mar 20, 22

Collector RV Karnan addressing job aspirants participated in the competition awareness program held in Karimnagar on Sunday.

Karimnagar: Collector RV Karnan insisted on the need to acquire comprehensive knowledge on all subjects in order to pass the contests. He was taking part in the competition outreach program jointly organized by the Group I Officers Association and Satavahana University at a reception hall here on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, Karnan advised students and educated youngsters preparing for competitive examinations to acquire comprehensive knowledge on every subject to get a government job since the state government has decided to fill more than 86,000 vacancies in various departments. Unprecedented for any state in the country, the Telangana government has undertaken recruitment to fill more than 80,000 vacancies, including Group I, II and III positions, and from district to zonal level in one go, it said. -he declares.

Along with the decision to provide 95% employment to locals, aspirants between the ages of 21 and 49 were given the opportunity to apply for various jobs. Stating that such an opportunity would not be repeated again and again, he advised students to prepare for a job by viewing it as a one-time offer.

Karnan asked the students to set the goal of achieving a particular job and strive to pass the exam. Informing that it was possible to ask more questions about issues related to Telangana, he advised candidates to develop the habit of reading books on mobile phones. We had to focus on current events, historical places, eminent personalities, famous things and the like.

Instead of four newspapers, it was better to read only one newspaper a day. It was not necessary to read 12 to 18 hours a day, three to four hours of concentrated reading was enough, he added. Nor was it necessary to approach the training centers to prepare for competitions. “It is possible to get jobs by studying from home, if the candidates work a fixed schedule,” he said. Explaining his Civilian preparation, Karnan informed that he also prepared for the exam at home without going to any coaching center.

Vice Chancellor of Satavahana University, S Mallesh, IPS Officer Giridhar, State Chairman of Group I Officers Association, M Chandrashekhar Goud, District Secretary Hanumanth Naik and others participated in the awareness program.

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