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Free coaching for Rly health inspector post
Though the classes are being held in the university premises, they are conducted by the association. The university is providing the venue.
With the allegations of appointing north Indians for the vacant railway posts in the State, Gandhigram Rural University sanitation faculty alumni association has organised a coaching class for the students appearing for the post of health inspectors in Southern Railway. K Vasudevan, Vice President of the association, explained about the programme.
Why is this coaching class being held?
Railway Recruitment Board has announced the recruitment for 39 health inspectors. As we are the alumni of the University, we have an obligation to help the students studying there. So, we organised the coaching class. The first class was held on Saturday. The free classes will be held every weekend for one month.
How many candidates participated in the class?
As the session was held for the first time, only 100 candidates had participated. However, we are expecting more than 200 candidates in the next class. Though the classes are being held in the university premises, they are conducted by the association. The university is providing the venue.
What will be taught in the coaching class?
Various alumni, who are working as sanitary officers in various local bodies and government undertakings, would participate and explain to the students on how to tackle the exams and the kind of questions that would be asked.