Career Counseling Centre to help Muslims, says AK Khan

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Launches website

Hyderabad Jan 10 (): The Government of Telangana has constituted ‘Telangana State Minorities Career Counseling Center to provide guidance and counseling to the students belonging to minority communities regarding education avenues and employment opportunities available right from passing SSC examination to the Post Graduation and Professional Courses. AK Khan, IPS, Advisor to the Government, Minorities Welfare inaugurated the ‘Telangana State Minorities Career Counseling Centre’ at Jamia Nizamia Complex, near Gun Foundry, Hyderabad. He said that this centre is the need of the hour and it would be very much useful to the minority students. He said that already facilities for coaching for the admission seeking examinations and job seeking examinations are available for the minorities. He further said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is taking revolutionary measures for educational, economic and social development of the Minority communities, particularly the Muslim community.  Setting up of   Minority Residential Schools is an exemplary step of the Chief Minister, he said. Khan also launched a website for the Minorities Counseling Center www.tsmccc.telangana.gov.in