Sri A.K.Khan IPS., (Retd.), Advisor to Government of Telangana, Minorities Welfare & President TMREIS in a press statement today, October 8, 2020, stated that the Telangana Minorities Study Circle under Minorities Welfare Department, Government of Telangana is implementing a unique scheme “Sponsoring 100 Minority Candidates to private reputed coaching centre for All India Services examinations coaching”.
Under this scheme 100 candidates will be selected through screening test which will be conducted across the Telangana and the selected candidates will be sponsored to the institutes of their choice from empaneled institutions. The entire fee is paid by the government and stipend is also paid to the candidates.
All the candidates (i.e.) who are willing to be admitted first time in Telangana State Minorities Study Circle, Hyderabad have to appear for the entrance test and the admission is based on merit. The annual income of the parents/Guardian should not exceed Rs 2.00 lakhs P.A. Online applications are invited on the website www.tmreis.telangana.gov.in from any General/ Professional Degree candidates of Minorities Community belonging to all the districts of Telangana for admission into Civil Services Aptitude Test of UPSC (CSAT- 2021).The Last date for receipt of applications is 15-10-2020. Entrance test for Preliminary will be conducted on 23-10-2020 between 10.30 AM to 12:30 PM at Telangana Minorities Residential Schools which are located in headquarters of 31 districts. -Contd
Sri A.K.Khan described this as a unique scheme, considering that the government was making efforts to overcome the under-representation of Muslims and other minorities in IAS and IPS. The selected candidates will be sponsored to top private reputed coaching institutions. He requested the minorities parents to avail this opportunity. If minority students get selected in IPS and IAS, they could ensure proper implementation of welfare schemes for their community.The detailed notification is available in the website and for further details please contact: 040–23236112.