Union Minister sees key role for CISF in disaster mgmt
697 CISF Sub-Inspectors pass out of NISA Hyderabad: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh on...
697 CISF Sub-Inspectors pass out of NISA
Hyderabad: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh on Friday called upon the sub-inspector cadets passing out of the National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) to prepare themselves to effectively meet the emerging challenges posed by new forms of terrorism and militancy. Singh was addressing the gathering at NISA located in Hakimpet, after reviewing the passing out parade of 38th batch of sub-inspectors.
The Union Minister stressed upon the growing role of CISF in the changing security scenario, particularly in key areas like disaster management, VIP security, government building security and aviation security.
"Aspirations and hopes are the essence of life, let us once again rededicate ourselves to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our freedom struggle and endeavour to build a strong, vibrant and secure India," Singh told the sub-inspector cadets passing out of the academy.
Director General of CISF Rajiv complimented the trainee officers for their sincerity and dedication and hoped that the rigorous training imparted at the academy would make them stand in good stead in their professional career.
He also elaborated on the expanding role of CISF and correspondingly the wide spectrum of specialised training provided by the NISA. Earlier, a total of 697 trainees passed out of the academy after successfully completing their basic training held in a colourful ceremonial parade.
During the training, the cadets acquired skills in a wide array of subjects ranging from indoor subjects like industrial security management, criminology, aviation security, disaster management, VIP security, leadership, forensic science, law, human behaviour to outdoor activities like physical training, swimming, drill, weapon training, field crafts and tactics.