National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will review and address the 73rd IPS Probationary Group handover parade at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA) here on November 12.
He will be the guest of honor at the ceremony, according to an official statement.
SVPNPA director Atul Karwal said 149 officer trainees would participate in the â€œDikshant Paradeâ€. Among them, 132 are IPS trainee officers and 17 foreign trainees.
There are 31 female officers – 27 IPS apprentice officers and four foreign officer apprentices, according to an official statement.
Darpan Ahluwalia, a female IPS intern (cadre from Punjab), who is the general training champion for phase I of the basic course and winner of the Martyr KS Vyas Trophy for Homeland Security and Public Order and the craftsmanship and tactics on the ground, will lead the parade. As part of the core course training, inputs were provided to trainees on indoor topics: Criminal Procedure Code, IPC and Special Laws, Indian Evidence Law, Homeland Security and Public Order, Investigations, Forensic Medicine , information and communication technologies, attitudes, ethics, and human rights, criminology and police management in India. Likewise, contributions were made in fitness, exercise, weapons training and shooting, yoga, hand-to-hand combat, among others, under the outdoor topics, the statement said.
During their field exposure as part of the basic course training, they were tied up with ‘Greyhounds’, Telangana for an exposure to jungle operations, including jungle camping, with the Central School of Weapons and Tactics (CSWT) from BSF for exposure to advanced weapons and explosives.
They were also attached to the Central Police Reserve Force (CRPF) in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand to raise awareness of left-wing extremism and internal security issues in the country, in addition to attachment to the elections, added. the press release.
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