Minorities Study Circle under the aegis of Minority Welfare Department will begin training for the aspirants appearing for Group I, Group II exams and sub inspector and police constables exams, from December 22. Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali will inaugurate free coaching classes at 2 pm at Urdu Maskan Khilwat. Candidates who applied for competitive exams and police recruitment exam can avail the training.
Secretary Minority Welfare Syed Omer Jaleel told that the activities of Study Circle will formally begin from Tuesday. Apart from Urdu Maskan coaching will also be provided at City College, office of Study Circle, Gunfoundry and National Academy of Construction, Bandlaguda. He further told that it is planned to provide training at 24 places. Various voluntary organisations will be roped in for this service.
It must be recalled that Telangana Minorities Study Circle was formed on August, 3, 2015 but it took 4 months time to begin its activities. The Study Circle aims to provide coaching for Group I to IV, Staff Selection Commission, Railway Recruitment Board, bank Probationary Officers, Union Public Service Commission, armed forces, Para military forces and police recruitment. However the Study Circle lacks infrastructure.