Telangana to Unveil Job Calendar on December 4

Telangana, KTR

Telangana to Unveil Job Calendar on December 4, Says KTR

Hyderabad: In a significant move, the Telangana government has announced the release of a job calendar for government job aspirants on December 4. The calendar will provide a comprehensive overview of upcoming job opportunities across various departments and sectors, enabling aspiring candidates to prepare and plan their career paths effectively.

The announcement was made by Telangana’s Working President and Minister KT Rama Rao, who also took the opportunity to challenge the Congress party to present any state in India that has surpassed Telangana’s record of filling government jobs in the past decade. He asserted Telangana’s position as a frontrunner in job creation, highlighting the state’s remarkable achievement of filling 1.6 lakh jobs over the past ten years, averaging an impressive 16,000 jobs per year.

Rama Rao’s statement comes in response to claims made by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi regarding job creation in Karnataka. Countering Gandhi’s claims, Rama Rao pointed out that the BRS government’s performance far exceeds Congress’s dismal record of filling a mere 1,000 jobs annually during its ten-year rule in Telangana.

In a further demonstration of the BRS government’s commitment to job creation, Rama Rao announced plans to personally visit Ashok Nagar, a hub for job aspirants seeking coaching for various government positions, on December 4 to unveil the job calendar. This move underscores the government’s dedication to providing direct support and guidance to aspiring candidates.

Deeksha Diwas to be Observed on November 29

In a separate announcement, Rama Rao called upon the BRS party cadre and the people of Telangana to observe Deeksha Diwas on November 29. This day marks the historic hunger strike undertaken by BRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, a pivotal moment that played a crucial role in the formation of Telangana state.

Rama Rao lauded Chandrashekhar Rao’s unwavering leadership in the Telangana movement, particularly his bold declaration that he would be willing to face death by stoning if Telangana’s aspirations were not realized. He urged the BRS cadre to participate in grand celebrations of Deeksha Diwas, including hoisting party flags on their houses and engaging in social service initiatives.

The observance of Deeksha Diwas serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by Telangana martyrs and the unwavering spirit of Chandrashekhar Rao, who championed the cause of Telangana’s independence with unwavering determination.

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