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Scheme for Pre-Exam training for UPSC, HPSC and other Exams: Haryana

Scheme for Pre-Exam training for UPSC, HPSC and other Exams: Haryana

scheme July 15, 2016 12 Views

Under this scheme Pre-exam training is given to the scheduled caste students to participate in the Union Public Service Examinations, State Public Service Commission Exams and other Bank Recruitment Board Exams. This scheme is for the betterment of the Scheduled Castes and Backward Class people of the state. Welfare of Scheduled Caste and Backward Classes Department Implements the scheme. There are total 6 training centres established at: Ambala, Bhiwani, Rohtak, Hisar, Rewari and Karnal. The key features are enlisted below:

Educational Qualifications:

  • The minimum educational qualifications will be those laid down by the Commission
  • Matriculation for Stenography typing (English & Hindi Course)

Age:

  • For Competitive Examination: Only those candidates will be admitted for the training that will on completion of their training be within the prescribed by the Commission.
  • For Stenography Typing Course: Candidates should be below 16 years not more than 31 years.

Duration of Course:

The duration of the Stenography Typing Course one year from 1st August to 31st July every year. For Competitive Examination 2 to 3 months.

Subject of Training and Duration:

  • The Candidates are taught typing, short-hand, Essay, General English, General knowledge, Office Accounts
  • Lectures for Assistants grade and H.C.S. Examination on various subjects like Public Administration, Labour and Social Welfare, Indian History and Culture, World History Political Science, Hindi, General Economics, Indian Law Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, International Law, Agriculture, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology etc.

The duration of the Stenography Typing Course one year from 1st August to 31st July every year. For Competitive Examination 2 to 3 months.

Stipend:

  • Along with training Rs. 100 per month is given as stipend to the candidate.

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