Rajasthan to empower its students with the launch of  “Police Training” program 

After the training, the student police cadets will be indulged in the voluntary service in the public functions like Republic Day and Independence Day

The government of Rajasthan has launched a “police training” program designed for the mental and physical strengthening of its students. The aim of the program would be to make students aware of the basic law in the country. 

The program will be implemented in the specified government schools for now. This 2-year program will focus on the students of 8 and 9 in Rajasthan. 

The students trained under the program would be further become Student Police Cadets. After the training, the student police cadets will be indulged in the voluntary service in the public functions like Republic Day and Independence Day.

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Ranu Sharma, an officer at the community police headquarters said that the training program is launched in 930 state government schools and 70 Kendriya Vidyalayas.

The program would impart the knowledge of different aspects like public and personal life, including personality development, physical and mental growth, and social responsibility, have been developed for the SPC training which would be imparted at three levels that include indoor classes, outdoor activities, and visits to relevant places and office.

The schools under the program of SPC training will be granted with Rs 1 lakh after the completion of the 2 years course. 

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