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NTR trust plans free coaching center for poor students


In a novel way of developing skills and to prepare poor students for competitive examinations, including banking, Group-I and II, the NTR Trust has decided to open a free “study centre” for their benefit.

Speaking to the media here on Friday, Nara Brahmani, daughter-in-law of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, today brain behind the novel project is Chandrababu Naidu, who wanted to fulfill desires of late NTR, who used to worship people as god.

She said initially 60 youth will be given training for preparing competitive exams and this number would be increased in future. The entire expenditure for six-month preparatory course would be borne by the NTR trust and the students would be selected on merit basis after conducting internal examinations.

NTR Trust CEO Mohan Rao said the trust was already providing various services. Preliminary exams for the youth would be conducted at Hyderabad, Warangal, Nizamabad, Karimnagar, Nalgonda , Khammam and Jadcherla. Later, on the basis of their marks, a final examination would be conducted before selecting them for free coaching, he said, adding that eligibility test would be conducted on November 29. He said interested students can apply online till November 25. The website is http://bit.ly.ntrtcompetitiveexam.(NSS)

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