Free online coaching for unemployed Punjab youth

Free online coaching for unemployed Punjab youth

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Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, August 22

The district administration is all set to provide free online coaching to jobless youth for competitive exams under Punjab Ghar Ghar Rozgar and Karobar Mission.

Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said the state government had decided to impart online training for several competitive exams ranging from SSC, banks PO/clerical, RRB, CET, PPSC, PSSSB, and to other departmental exams to at least one lakh youths.

He said the first batch for online coaching for the post of police constable and clerical posts was expected to begin from the first week of September. The candidates must have completed their graduation for registering themselves for clerical batch while Class XII passed aspirants could apply for the batch of police constable recruitment.

The DC further added that the aspirant candidates could apply for these classes by login the website https://www.eduzphere.com/freegovtexams to avail the benefit. He said graduates of all streams can apply for these classes, adding that undergraduates may enrol themselves for the classes.

Thori also mentioned that the coaching will be provided by a subject-specialist teacher who is capable of teaching in English, Hindi, and Punjabi as per the syllabus of the competitive exam. The coaching will be provided through an online platform which will be streamed live all over the state and candidates can access the lectures through desktops/laptops, and smartphones, he added.

The DC said candidates can have access to live recorded lectures for revision for one year and eight months after the completion of their coaching. Further, the candidates will be provided with content, videos, notes, and other study material followed by regular practice and mock tests.

He said the duration of a batch will be of minimum four months and coaching would be conducted in two sessions of 1.30 hours six days a week.

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