SR College Holds Workshops For Civilian Aspirants – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

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JAMMU, November 21: The SR College of Competitions (SRCC) hosted a workshop for aspiring civil servants at the premises of Gandhi Nagar College, here today.
Workshops were held for electives in Public Administration, Philosophy and Urdu and the sessions were facilitated by prominent faculty members who have taught electives at the institution.
While interacting with the aspirants, G Meena, an expert in optional philosophy, highlighted the benefits of taking optional philosophy. He discussed the program of documents and sources to refer to when preparing optional notes. He also briefed aspirants on the most important areas and answered questions posed during the UPSC and JKAS exams.
He also motivated students to practice writing answers regularly and suggested that aspirants at least attend a series of comprehensive tests before the main exam.
The optional workshop on public administration was attended by Gautam Kumar. During the workshop, he guided the students writing the JKAS 2021 main exam on how to complete the program in a limited time and highlighted the dynamic nature of the topic, especially the second article, while the Optional workshop in Urdu was attended by renowned faculty member Arshad. in which he guided the aspirants on how to approach the issues so that they could score more in the option.
“Such interactions encourage, motivate and instill a sense of confidence in aspirants,” said Parveen Sharma, Principal of SR College.
The college has also announced new packages for general studies and various optional subjects and a series of very comprehensive tests for the sector will be launched next week.

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