Seminar on Preparation for Government Jobs Held in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: Government job aspirants have started preparations to pass the exams following Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s announcement that notifications for group recruitments will be released soon.
To help the aspirants achieve their goal, the 21st Century IAS Academy, a coaching institute, held a seminar here on Sunday. Addressing the participants, the President of the Group 1 Officers Association, Mamindla Chandrashekar Goud shared tips and tricks with the candidates. He stressed the importance of practice, time management and confidence. Goud advised candidates to understand the syllabus well in advance, plan their strategies for the exam, and allow plenty of time for study.
Superintendent of Excise, Nizamabad, Dr S Naveen Chandra urged candidates to start preparing well in advance and highlighted the benefits of continuous review.
“There would be a lot of floating information and speculation as exams approach, but students should stay focused in their preparations and not fall into unverified information about exams and recruitments,” he said. declared. Sharing his journey of cracking Group 1 on the first attempt, GHMC Deputy Commissioner Prashanthi Vangeepuram said: “Everyone has their own pace of learning. Don’t be afraid and just focus on your preparation.”
Founder and President of the Academy, P Krishna Pradeep encouraged candidates to prepare for the program and advised them to follow the 3R formula – Read, Record, Review. He told them to work smart and allow plenty of time to answer all questions.
Speakers reiterated the importance for students to take care of their health and sleep habits while preparing for competitions. A preparatory book “Indian Geography for Mains in Questions and Answers” authored by Head Teacher Hari Kakarla has been published. Expressing his gratitude for the encouraging contributions of the lecturers, a Group 1 aspirant, R Ajay, said, “This seminar has helped me prepare for the upcoming exams. I feel more confident about it now.”