Hyderabad: A passing out parade of the second batch of Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Sub-Inspector (Civil & IT&C), Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Reserve Sub-Inspector (AR & TSSP), Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Assistant Sub-Inspector (FPB) of Telangana State, comprising of 1,162 cadet Sub-Inspectors, was held at the Raja Bahadur Venkat Rama Reddy Telangana State Police Academy on 23 October. Out of 1,162 cadet SIs, 256 were women.
“It is a matter of pride that the Telangana State Police Academy has trained a total of 661 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Sub-Inspectors (Civil), 273 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Reserve Sub-Inspectors (AR), 175 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Reserve Sub-Inspectors (TSSP), 28 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Sub-Inspectors (IT&C), 25 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Assistant Sub-Inspectors (FPB) and 637 Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Women Police Constables (AR) successfully in spite of the first-of-its-kind challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic,” said, K. Sreenivasa Reddy, IPS, Addl. DGP, Officiating Director of the RBVRR TS Police Academy.
During the course of their induction training, the cadets have imparted training in indoor and outdoor subjects. The indoor training schedules included alternative training methods like debates, brainstorming sessions, quiz programmes, simulation exercises etc. The cadets were provided special training on ‘Telangana State Police – IT Initiatives’ and ‘Uniform Service Delivery’ by inviting experts from different Police Commissionerates and Chief Office. The cadets held difficult and important security detail for important events such as Medaram Jathara, municipal elections, and Ganesh immersion.
M Mahendar Reddy, IPS, DGP, Telangana State congratulated the cadets for successfully completing the basic induction training programme. He said that, “Trainees should exhibit utmost discipline and resolute perseverance that has been ingrained during their induction training at this academy. He also stressed upon them the need to demonstrate their professional knowledge, uniform service delivery and skill while leading the personnel under their charge, while working towards achieving the objectives and goals of the state. The tasks and challenges given to police are both sensitive and complicated.” Mohd Mahmood Ali, Minister for Home, Prisons and Fire Services, who was also present at the occasion, congratulated the cadets who worked hard to put up a grand display of discipline.
The government has been planning to recruit 20,000 more officers of various ranks into the state police department. A well-established command control center and more number of CCTV cameras will also be set up soon, the government had stated.
Award winners at the parade included L. Srikanth, the parade commander, who stood first for all-round performance and best outdoor performance, P Madhavi for best indoor performance, and Sri Rayudu Trimurthulu for best performance in the firing category.