Awareness programme on TSPSC exam

Vishwas News

Hyderabad, April 24:A free awareness programme on TSPSC Group I & II Exams is being organised at Vision IAS, Ashok Nagar here on April 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Organised by the National Career Service, Ministry of Labour and Employment and Department of Employment and Training, Telangana, the workshop will have strategy session and toppers talk.
The session is to be addressed by several prominent speakers including Prof.K. Nageshwar, K Krishna Reddy, author, Dr.Ganesh, Director of DE, Y.Obulesh, Municipal Commissioner and B.Sunil, DSP, according to a press release.
The aspirants will also be provided with quick tips and the workshop is open for all graduates and post-graduates appearing for TSPSC Group Exams.
Prior Registration is mandatory and interested candidates can register by visiting the website www.employment.telangana.gov.in, the press release added.
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