2022 Batch IPS Officers Completes Phase II Training at SVPNPA, Awaits Posting Now
- Pallavi Priya
- Published on 9 Dec 2023, 2:20 pm IST
- 3 minutes read
- Padma Shri Dr. Arunoday Mondal, a physician from West Bengal graced the occasion with his presence
- Gujarat cadre officer Mr. Vaidya Valay Ankitkumar won the Vice President of India’s Trophy for Exemplary Conduct.
- Shashrek Ambardar of West Bengal cadre won the Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver for the Best All-Round IPS Probationer
IPS officer Trainees of 74 RR (2022 batch) completed their Phase II training on 8th December 2023. On the occasion a Convocation ceremony was held graced by Padma Shri Dr. Arunoday Mondal, a physician from West Bengal. Apart from him the Director of SVPNPA, Mr. Amit Garg was also present on the occasion with other dignitaries.
The batch includes 166 IPS officer with around 37 women officers. After the phase-I training, the Dikshant Parade was held in February this year. Post that they went to their respective district for practical training and came back in SVPNPA for Phase -2. Several individual and group events and competition was also conducted for the OTs.
TRAINING OF IPS OFFICERS
IPS officers are selected through the combined UPSC CSE exam. Post the selection and cadre allotment, a 15 weeks Common Foundation Course for All India Service Officers and other Group ‘A’ Officers recruited through Civil Services Examination conducted by the UPSC at , ‘Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Mussoorie.
Shri Shashrek Ambardar, IPS (P) of 74 RR borne on West Bengal cadre, won the Prime Minister's Baton and Home Ministry's Revolver for the Best All-Round IPS Probationer. pic.twitter.com/At2M20OShM— SVPNPA (@svpnpahyd) December 8, 2023
After completion of the Foundation Course at LBSNAA, the IPS officer go to National police Acdemy for 11 weeks Phase – I Professional Training. District Practical Training is for six months and then another one month for Phase – II Training.
74 RR batch Officers trainees were divided into several groups and took part in the competition. Group 04 won the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) Trophy for Innovations in Policing. While National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Trophy for Community Engagement & Central Reserve Force (CRPF) Trophy for Best Squad in Operational Planning and Briefing was won by Group 02.
Group 05 bagged the National Investigation Agency (NIA) Trophy for Police Station Management.
Besides them, Gujarat cadre officer Mr. Vaidya Valay Ankitkumar won the Vice President of India’s Trophy for Exemplary Conduct. Shashrek Ambardar of West Bengal cadre won the Prime Minister’s Baton and Home Ministry’s Revolver for the Best All-Round IPS Probationer. Mr. Shaheen C won the Intelligence Bureau Trophy and became the Second Best All-Round Probationer.
Ms. Anjali Viswakarma of Uttar Pradesh cadre won Director’s Prize for English debate and Anmol Mittal of Maharashtra cadre was runner up. The Hindi Elocution was won by Ashish, of Assam & Meghalaya cadre and Shri Srinivas M P of West Bengal cadre.
Before the convocation IPS trainees of 74 RR and 76 RR participated in cultural program and showcased their talent in singing, dancing and various art forms.
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