Step towards linking Urdu with jobs
New Delhi: Urdu Academy recently started free coaching in Jamia Millia Islamia for admission to elementary teachers training (ETE) course in Urdu and to ensure better preparation and guidance for interviews. Another centre for free coaching for the same course was started at Bachchon Ka Ghar at Darya Ganj, New Delhi.
Normally, the number of admission seekers for the ETE course runs into approximately ten thousand but only 100 candidates are selected for the course. Since the chances of getting employment become brighter after successfully completing the course, the number of admission seekers is very large, though the course is costly. Poor students find it difficult to get admission to the course without proper coaching and guidance. Coaching centres have been started basically for the convenience of financially poor students.
Addressing students on the occasion of the inauguration of the coaching centre in Jamia Millia on May 28, Prof Zafar Ahmad Nizami said that elementary education imparted to students was important. He said that hard work in a planned and systematic way is fruitful and brings success in life.
Secretary of the academy, Marghoob Haidar Abidi while addressing the students said that in this age of tough competition Urdu Academy would do its best to enable Urdu students to participate and succeed in greater numbers in the competitive examinations. The academy had last year starated free coaching for students seeking admission to BEd course. This year also free coaching has been arranged for various courses of elementary teachers training.
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