166 pass out of NISA
A colourful ceremonial parade was held on Wednesday at the National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) to mark the passing out of the 12th batch of sub-inspector/executive (departmental entry).
A colourful ceremonial parade was held on Wednesday at the National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) to mark the passing out of the 12th batch of sub-inspector/executive (departmental entry). The parade was reviewed by Home Minister Naini Narsimha Reddy who was the chief guest at the event. Director of NISA Anil Kumar and IPS officer T Vikram were present at the parade.
A total of 116 sub inspectors passed out of the academy after successfully completing their basic training. During the training, these candidates acquired knowledge and skills on a wide array of subjects ranging from industrial security management, soft skills, aviation security, disaster management, VIP security, leadership and laws to outdoor subjects like urban tactics, jungle warfare, weapon training on latest weapons like assault rifle, mp-5, glock pistol, physical training, swimming, field crafts and tactics.
Post their training, the personnel would be posted at sensitive and critical infrastructures of the country like airports, metros, space and nuclear installations. Besides conducting a large number of basic, refresher, re-orientation and specialised courses for CISF personnel of various ranks, NISA is also imparting training to officers of other State police organisations, CAPF, IRS and IAF officers as well as security officers from various public sector undertakings.
The academy has been recognised as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ in the field of industrial security management by the Government of India and is a national level institution for building up specialised response teams for disaster management.