As a result of the free training provided by the SC Development Commission, SC and ST candidates who intend to study in foreign universities for post-graduate courses will be able to afford the course fees.
In addition to providing tuition-free tuition for TOFEL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT, and other examinations, he said, he would provide free coaching for those interested in studying abroad.
The Step-in Leeds Academy near the Suchitra Crossroads here will provide free coaching and suggestions to SC and ST candidates, according to Yogitha Rana. In an advisory, Rana advised individuals seeking Master’s degrees in foreign countries who have completed degree programs in the State of Telangana to avail of this opportunity. Stepin Leeds Academy, located on the second floor of Venkateshwara Enclave Bhavan, was open to candidates who were interested in registering. Managing Director Vanguri Brahmaiah can be reached at 9030463377 for more information.
Protests in Secunderabad were sparked by a coaching academy run by ex-servicemen
In addition to being director of ASR’s Sai Education Institutions and Defence Academy, which gives training to military aspirants, Avula Subba Rao was arrested by police on charges of instigating youths to attack railway stations in Hyderabad.
His academy started in his native town of Narasarapeta in the Palnadu district of Andhra Pradesh, and later nine branches were opened in other parts of the state and Telangana. Hundreds of youths have been recruited to the armed forces with the help of his academy’s coaching module, combined with tough fitness training led by former military personnel.
Telangana CM KCR announces Rs 25 lakh to the family of deceased in Agnipath protests
During violent protests and police retaliation at Secunderabad railway station last week, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced a Rs 25 lakh ex-gratia to Damira Rakesh’s family. In a late-night statement on Friday, the chief minister also assured a government job to an eligible member of his family.
In response to Rakesh’s death in the Railway Police shooting, while participating in a dharna against the recruitment in Army services by the Union Government in the name of Agnipath, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao expressed shock and grief. In his statement, added, Rakesh was the victim of wrong policies.”. Telangana’s CM KCR pledged to protect its citizens’ interests.
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