In a move to extend assistance to the youth appearing for competitive exams, Deputy Commissioner Navjot Pal Singh Randhawa on Monday inaugurated free-of-cost coaching at District Bureau of Employment & Enterprise (DBEE) office.Accompanied by Additional Deputy Commissioner (UD) Amit Sareen, Deputy Commissioner said that the coaching would be provided to the youth for several competitive exams to be held in the near future by Punjab Government to fill vacancies.
NPS Randhawa said that the free coaching facility would provide a great support to the youth and would increase chances of their employability. He urged the eligible candidates to come forward and enrol themselves for these free-of-cost classes to get best of the expertise in the field.He told that the coaching would be provided by subject-specialist teachers who are capable of teaching in English, Hindi, Punjabi, Math, Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude as per the syllabus of the competitive exams. He said that this unique initiative would make youths better prepared for the competitive exams and would help to fulfil the dream of government jobs.
DC said the candidates would also be provided with content, videos, notes, and other study material followed by regular practice and mock tests besides facility of computer and internet would be given to them.Additional Deputy Commissioner (UD) Amit Sareen said that interested youth can contact on 98146-00087 for further information regarding the classes. He also thanked KC Group of Institutes for providing support to the administration in running these classes.Prominent among present on the occasion included District Employment Generation, skill development and training officer Sanjeev Kumar, Harmandeep Singh and others were present.