Adilabad cops provide free coaching

DECCAN CHRONICLE | PILLALAMARRI SRINIVAS
Published Nov 22, 2015, 11:28 am IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 12:42 am IST
Free study material distributed to 340 youths in Adilabad district

Adilabad: Police stations are doubling up as free coaching centres for unemployed youth of interior areas preparing for police constables and sub-inspector posts in the district.

District police are giving free training to the interested youth at a few police stations currently and will be extended soon to all the police stations in the district. Study material prepared by top police officials will be given free in addition to giving guidance to the prospective candidates.

District police came out with this decision in the wake of state government’s  notification for recruitment of constables and sub-inspectors posts in large numbers. SP Dr Tarun Joshi asked the police officials to impart training to the interested youth preparing for jobs in the police department. The free coaching was planned as part of people friendly policing.

It is said that in most of the police stations, the recently appointed young sub-inspectors had better understanding about written tests and pattern of questions and syllabus for the recruitment of post of police constables and sub-inspectors.

Utnoor DSP R. Venkateshwarulu (who was recently transferred) has prepared the study material in accordance with the new methodology useful for the candidates preparing for written examination for SI and constable posts.

The material was distributed free to 340 youths from Utnoor division preparing for the posts in the month of July. Police have been conducting such training programmes also in Kagaznagar division.

 

 

 

 

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