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Punjab Govt. to provide Free Coaching to youth for Competitive Exams – Ludhiana DC inaugurates 1st batch

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Ludhiana, October 4, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Under the “Ghar Ghar Rozgar Scheme” of the state government for providing maximum employment to the youth, the Punjab government has decided to provide free coaching to the youth for competitive exams. The selection of the youth would be done through online test. The coaching of first batch was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal at District Bureau of Employment & Enterprises, near Partap Chowk, here today.

The second test in this regard would be held at 10:30 am at District Bureau of Employment & Enterprises, near Partap Chowk, here, tomorrow, i.e. on October 9, 2019.

While providing information, Deputy Commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal stated that although the state government is providing several job opportunities to the youth, but sometimes, youth lag in training for test or interview or are not able to express themselves or their abilities properly.

They are also not able to prepare for competitive exams as well and sometimes, they are not able to prepare their documents in the right manner.

He informed that under this new programme, selected candidates would have a daily coaching class of two hours duration and each class would have 50 candidates. During the 100 hour coaching classes, candidates would be trained in reasoning, arithmetic, and current affairs by subject experts from “Kritika Agency”.

Besides this, the students would also be trained for interviews. He said that the Punjab government has also deputed experts for training of interviews and biodata in districts as well, and the students would also be groomed in personality development.

Mr Priyansh Jain, Executive Director, Kritika Agency, informed that they are happy to become a part of this scheme of the Punjab government. He informed that the students would be provided the study material totally free of cost.

He said that the students that excel in this course, they would be provided free online study even after the completion of 100 hour course. He said that such students would also be awarded with scholarship and appreciation letters.

Mr Pradeep Agrawal has called upon the youth to avail full benefit of this scheme and visit the District Bureau of Employment & Enterprises, near Partap Chowk, here.

Mrs Neeru Katyal, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Jagraon)-cum-CEO District Bureau of Employment & Enterprises, Ludhiana, Deputy Director Mrs Meenakshi Sharma, District Public Relations Officer Mr Prabhdeep Singh Nathowal, Mr Navdeep Singh, Deputy CEO, career counsellor Dr Sidhi Singhi, were also present on the occasion.

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