Interested candidates appear for an entrance test, a fairly simple ready reckoner of sorts, after which they are made into batches of 250-300 students each. Presently, five batches are undergoing training with classes being held for five months on weekends from morning to late evening. Basing the training on a customised text book, which runs into a whopping 1200 pages.
Thinnai volunteers now include professionals and domain experts who subject the candidates to a minimum of two mock tests.
A hallmark of the outfit’s success is that it has recently seen an auto driver getting recruited for a Group-II post with the government.
The next target of 'Thinnai' is to train the civil services and NEET aspirants in the town which has seen it do its bit for socio-economic uplift of a set of youth who would otherwise be directionless. Now 12 students had been a new lease of life when their college fee was paid by volunteers, given their family’s financial status.
Thinnai organisation is now raising funds to build an exclusive training center for the under privileged aspirants at Theni. The training center requires smart class, exclusive library, furniture.
Getting a government job remains a distant dream for most people. However, Thinnai run by altruists is helping people realise this dream! Now you can also help them in their noble cause by contributing.