Now, the Tamil Nadu government is trying to provide its full support for those aspirants who are preparing for many competitive examinations in the state.
It is known that the Tamil Nadu government has established study centres in the public libraries across TN and now the government has been trying to set up free coaching centres for the aspirants in many colleges and universities across Tamil Nadu. Point to be noted is that free coaching classes are being conducted for several competitive exams for the final year students of the govt arts and sciences colleges affiliated with 10 universities.
Various competitive examinations are being conducted by the recruiting agencies such as TNPSC, TNUSRB, SSC, RRB and IBPS etc is known. In all the state run universities, study centres have been set up and now free coaching would also be provided by the expert faculties for the aspiring students.
At the coaching centres, there would be necessary books,dailies, weeklies, monthly magazines including previous years question papers etc. This was mentioned by a senior officer belonging to the Labour Welfare and Employment dept. Both physical as well as online processes are being used to conduct the coaching classes for the aspirants. Eminent personalities and successful candidates also deliver motivational speeches for the sake of the aspirants. There are also mock interviews and mock tests conducted for the aspirants. More than 25000 aspirants would benefit from these study centers.
Those aspirants who could not travel long distances to take up free coaching would get training through virtual learning. For this process, videos, audios and e-content have been uploaded in both Tamil and in English. There would also be regular uploading of information oriented to syllabus, annual calendar, current affairs etc. The students would be able to know about the annual plan for the recruiting agencies.