Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy INTRODUCTION
Before the candidates are recruited to their respective duties, they need an additional training programme for the honourable post of Indian Police Service (IPS). There is an Indian national academy in Hyderabad for this prestigious training i.e. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA).
The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy was initiated on 15 September 1948. It was named after India’s very respective Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel because of his contribution in establishing All India Services’ training institution and the All India Services itself. On the very 40th anniversary of this academy, it was honored with the award of President’s Colors on 15 September 1988.
The Academy is under the control of a group consisting of:
2) IPS officer of the rank of Director General of Police or Commissioner of Police and
3) Two joint directors of the rank of Inspector General of Police or joint commissioner of police
4) Three deputy directors of the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police or additional commissioner of police
5) 13 assistant directors.
Talking about the respective staff of this prestigious institution.It has been affiliated by a limit of number of faculty consists of:
1) Management professors
2) Reader in Behavioural Sciences,
3) Reader in Teaching Methodology,
4) Medical officers,
5) Junior scientific officer,
6) Hindi instructor,
7) Photographic officer
8) Chief drill instructor.
Also sanctioned for supporting staff for the training programmes in the academy includes four major category:
b) Ministerial and
c) Medical staff and
d) other Group D employees.
A major goal of this nationalized academy is to train the officers selected for various police services in the country. The officers who are selected by the Indian Civil Services Examination are sent to be guided in the National Police Academy (NPA). After completing their training officers are then posted as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in their preferred state. There will be other sub-ranks to working under them like. Constables, sub-inspectors, inspectors, deputy Superintendent and so on. These posts are recruited by Director Generals of police of the particular state. The IPS portion although is in under the control of home ministry but they need a special order of the President of India for their entry and exit i.e. recruitment and termination.
Parallel to the training for the selected candidates. the SVPNPA academy also carry out three major under-post Management Development programmes for candidates of:
1) Superintendent of Police for a state
2) Deputy Inspector General of Police
3) Inspector General levels of the Indian Police Service
Other Training Programmes:
1) ‘Training of the Trainers’
A series of Course for the training of the trainers Of country’s training institution so that a trainer could learn how to train.
This is the Induction Training Course for State Police Service Officers especially for the candidates chosen for the recruitment of major all-India services.
3) other short customized thematic courses, seminars and workshops based on the related topics for all levels of police officers posts in the country.
Officers from the field of insurance companies, nationalized banks, PSUs also attend these specialized courses here with the candidates of Indian railway Services, army positions, Indian administrative services, Indian Forest Services, Judiciary belonging posts etc. The academy is registered valid by the prestigious Osmania University for carrying out the special training courses on professional subjects for officers services.