• Infosys techie Amanpreet Singh executes twin projects

Hyderabad, Jan 19: Thanks to techie Amanpreet Singh, who toiled day in and day out for the past one year, Rachkonda police can now boast of ‘Mission Critical Command Control Room’ and the cameras installed on the Warangal Highway road from Uppal to Kepal.

Amanpreet Singh was felicitated by Rachakonda police for his ‘wonderful effort’ in executing two major works for the department that will have long-lasting benefits.

The Infosys employee based in Bangalore was specially assigned the project. His perseverance has won him recognition from the Rachakonda police department.

The Command Control Centre, named ‘Mission Critical Command Control Room’, is designed in such a unique way that it can work without power for two days at a stretch on UPS. By using diesel engines, it can even work for a month. The control room has a dormitory, which the officials working in the control room can use for rest during breaks.

Mr. Sridhar, Inspector of Information Technology Rachakonda said, “We were impressed with the diligence with which he worked. He has delivered a highly-equipped command and control room. To appreciate his efforts, we thought of felicitating him. Not only did he make it cost-effective, but Amanpreet Singh also came up with innovative ideas while executing the project.”

It was Sridhar who urged Rachakonda Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat, to honour the techie.

The officials say through the camera’s installed on the highway, they will be able to provide better security. They believe that more companies will be set-up in the highway as it is secured now and it will also be safe for women to travel through this highway. It will also to locate culprits behind accidents or criminal acts as they would be caught on camera

The police hope that Amanpreet Singh’s efforts are utilized for ensuring better security to the public.

Aiswarya Sriram

Aiswarya Sriram is a budding multimedia journalist and is currently working for NewsMeter as a "Factcheck Freelancer". A graduate from Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media (IIJNM) Bangalore, Aiswarya has earlier worked with The Logical Indian and has interned with Republic TV. Aiswarya, a Tamilian who was born and brought up in Mumbai, loves to do rural reporting. She has visited Byadgi Taluk of Karnataka, to write about the issues faced by chilli factory workers there, earlier in 2019. A craft enthusiast, Aiswarya also does quilling, painting and glass work. On her off-days, she loves to read crime-thrillers and watch anime. She primarily reports on civic issues, GHMC, human-interesting features, and fact-checking video stories.

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