Aspirants need to be focused only on preparation and ignore social media to get through the examinations: Rachakonda CP
On Saturday, Rachakonda CP Mahesh Bhagwat IPS has graced the distribution program of useful free study material in Telugu and English medium for Police Sub Inspector and Constables examination in the pre recruitment coaching centre at Bharath Engeneering college, Ibrahimpatnam and shared many preparation tips and techniques with Police aspirants which help them in Police recruitment preliminary exam.
Addressing the aspirants, CP stated that more number of aspirants from Ibrahimpatnam area are achieving Police jobs in every recruitment among all aspirants of Rachakonda Police Commissionerate. CP instructed the aspirants to gain command over all subjects which covers the entire syllabus of written exam and gave numerous techniques to achieve over all knowledge of subjects.
CP advised the students to be alert about the preliminary written exam, which is going to be held in August for both Sub Inspector and Constable jobs. He iterated that students should always have noble desires and motivated them to work hard to achieve their dreams. CP explained numerous varied techniques suitable for different subjects and breifed about strategies to prepare well in short time.
Adding that, CP elaborated the efforts of Police in keeping the society peaceful with their services and welcomed the aspirants to join the department. He explained the importance of all subjects and shared many memory tips and techniques with the aspirants which are very useful to the aspirants to get good marks in the preliminary and final written examinations.
CP mentioned the difficulties and practical problems faced during the establishment of pre recruitment training centers to support the aspiring unemployed youth. CP reminded everyone that many unemployed aspirants have utilized the advantage of pre recruitment training of Rachakonda earlier and made their parents proud by joining the Police department successfully.
CP has stated that the intention of Rachakonda Police Commissionerate is to support the poord unemployed aspirants to join the Police department and opined that the pre recruitment training is a great opportunity to the poor youth who are unable to pay high fee in private coaching institutions. He instructed the aspirations to utilize the free coaching classes and the study material to the maximum and guided them to focus on revision and practice on daily basis more along with the preparation. He advised the aspirants to take daily and weekly grand tests which are being conducted in the training centre and elaborated how classroom tests help them to evaluate their knowledge and saves time in the exam.
CP commended PJR institute and faculty for associating with Rachakonda Police to help the unemployed poor aspirants to get into Police department and uttered that the pre recruitment training will be continued till the mains examinations. CP mentioned that the aspirants who clears the preliminary written exam will be given mentorship and useful training to qualify in the physical efficiency tests which would be conducted prior to the main examination as well by Rachakonda Armed reserved staff. CP advised the aspirants to ignore social media and other distractions which disturb the preparation and instructed them prepare well by following a daily schedule covering all subjects.
Addl. DCP Laxminarayana, CAR Amberpet, ACP Umamaheshwar Rao, ACP Bhaskar, Inspector saidulu Ibrahim patnam, RI Shekhar and other officers of Rachakonda Police Commissionerate were also present during the study material distribution program.
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