Free Online Coaching for Group I Aspirants

Posted: Posted Date – 11:30 PM, Sun – Jul 24, 22

Government job candidates who sit for the Group I recruitment exam held by the Telangana State Civil Service Commission can avail free online coaching extended by study circles of Telangana BC State. The coaching courses which will run for three months will start from August 5th.

Candidates who have achieved first-class marks in the Bachelor’s, Intermediate or equivalent and SSC exams are eligible to apply. A weighting will be given to candidates with higher qualifications, i.e. 50% for the diploma, 20% for the intermediate marks and 20% for the SSC marks.

The maximum annual household income of the applicant must be less than Rs.5 lakh. A person who is a regular student in any course or already working in any position in any setting is not eligible for coaching. Candidates who had previously benefited from free coaching in one of the 12 TS BC study circles were also not eligible.

The selection of candidates will be based on the marks obtained in the diploma examination, the reservation and the availability of places. The registration process has started and the deadline to apply is July 30. A list of selected candidates will be published on August 3.

For more details and registration guidelines, applicants are advised to visit the website: For more details, applicants can contact TS BC Study Circle, Hyderabad phone number. 040-24071178.

The TSPSC will hold the Group I preliminary examination on October 16. The Commission had received no less than 3,80,202 applications for Group I recruitment. The TSPSC had notified 503 Group I positions, including 121 Mandal Parishad Development Officers, 91 Deputy Superintendents of Police, 48 Commercial Tax Officers, 42 assistant tax collectors and 40 assistant audit officers.

This was the first recruitment notification of Group I services issued after the formation of Telangana. The previous Group I notification was issued by the former Andhra Pradesh Civil Service Commission in United Andhra Pradesh for 312 positions in 2011.

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