Free Civils Coaching in TSST Study Circle

Free Civils Coaching in TSST Study Circle | ST Study Circle under Telangana State Tribal Welfare Department, Hyderabad… is offering free UPSC Civil Service Examination 2024 Coaching for ST, SC, BC (including Minority) candidates for the year 2023-24. Candidates who have passed any degree can apply.

Free Civils Coaching in TSST Study Circle

Coaching Details:

Integrated Guidance Scheme for UPSC Civil Service Examination 2024 for Prelims Cum Mains Cum Personality Test

Seats: 100 (75% reserved for STs, 15% for SCs, 10% for BCs).

Eligibility: Any degree should be passed. The annual income of the candidate’s parents should not exceed Rs.3.00 lakhs.

Age: 21-37 years for SC and ST candidates, 21-35 years for BC candidates, and 21-42 years for PwD candidates as on 15th August 2024.

Coaching Location: IAS Study Circle for STs, Manasa Hills, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad.

Selection Process: Entrance Test, Interview, Based on Rule of Reservation.

Last date for online application: 08.07.2023

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Free Civils Coaching in TSST Study Circle

The applicant’s responsibility is to ensure fulfillment of the eligibility criteria and requirements as mentioned in the advertisement. Therefore, applicants are advised to read the complete advertisement carefully before filling out the online application.

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