ANANTAPUR: The Hyderabad-based coaching centres are turning towards AP following mega recruitment of 1.26 lakh jobs by the AP government. While there are posts in various categories, including engineering, agriculture and other technical wings, a huge number of aspirants are applying for the posts in various categories.
A total of 14.40 lakh candidates applied for posts under grama sachivalayam and ward sachivalayam in the district till Tuesday evening. On Tuesday alone, 1.01 lakh candidates applied under categories of I, II (A), II(B) and III posts.
The official website of the AP government over recruitment of employees stated that 8.51 lakh candidates applied under category-I posts, 85,998 applicants applied for posts under category II (A), 1.08 lakh eligible candidates applied under category II (B) and 3.94 lakh candidates under category –III in which candidates with technical and professional qualifications applied online.
A Hyderabad-based institute set up in Anantapur is concentrating on providing free online coaching for Anantapur district candidates.
Dasari Anand, an NRI and a native of the Tadipatri area, began to support candidates from his own district of Anantapur, known as a drought-hit area with no perennial sources, including private employment opportunities.
“When state government released the mega recruitment notification, we felt it our responsibility to support unemployed youths of our own district,” he stated.
Precision Online Coaching Centre set up a coaching centre at Anantapur to provide skills to candidates who are going to appear for the mega recruitment drive in the state.
Director Ravi Nallapa Reddy, who was formerly a Group I officer and set up a coaching centre for competitive examinations at Hyderabad, said they were concentrating on Anantapur to assist the maximum number of candidates to get online coaching services. “As barely 25 days are left for the recruitment test, candidates, even from rural backgrounds, can successfully get jobs by following simple tips because the number of vacancies are more,” Mr Nallapa Reddy said....