Posted: Date Posted – 9:35 PM, Fri – 3 Jun 22
Khammam: The long-awaited opportunity to get a job in the civil service has presented itself to unemployed young people and they should grab it, suggested a poet-writer and personality development expert, Atluri Venkataramana. Speaking to Group I job seekers trained at the BC Study Circle here on Friday, he wanted job candidates to vet themselves and use their time effectively to present themselves as winners.
What the job candidates had in front of them was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as a large number of jobs were notified by the government and it was essential for every candidate to use it and succeed, Venkataramana said. He told job aspirants that passing job tests would be a gift to their mother, father, teacher and society. The goal was already set and a systematic approach was needed to reach the destination by passing the exams.
Venkataramana clarified that victory would be certain if one works with the spirit of a fighter. It should be kept in mind that their preparation and two months of hard work for the exams for 1000 points dictate 50 years of their life. Addressing students in training for IIT, NEET and EAMCET exams at Ambedkar Gurukul College in NSP Colony, the personality development expert said that everyone sets out to achieve something in the world but only those who have skill and stamina see the end result.
There would be hard work behind every result and nothing comes free. If students work hard with self-control and resilience, their future would be bright. Future engineers and doctors should devote themselves to social service, he suggested. BC Study Circle Director Lata, Gurukul Principal Ch Jyothi, Faculty Members B. Kanakavalli, Vijayalakshmi, Renuka Vishnupriya, Narasimha Rao, Ramakoti and others were present.