For police job aspirants, it's a dream come true
The Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB), Hyderabad has announced TSLPRB provisional selection list for all Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Police Constable (SCTPC) and equivalent posts recently.
Hyderabad: The Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB), Hyderabad has announced TSLPRB provisional selection list for all Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Police Constable (SCTPC) and equivalent posts recently.
The board members of TSLPRB conducted the Final Written Exam (FWE) on April 28 for 16925 Police Constable (Civil and other) posts. Entering into Police department is a dream for many youngsters, and they had worked hard to achieve it.
Speaking to them, they said, "It is an outcome of many sleepless nights but the struggles we spent for it are now sweet memories after the results."
The Young Hans spoke to a few students who not only made their dream come true, but also realised that of their parents and well wishers.
"I finished my MBA and tried for Sub-Inspector (SI) post but I missed it. Now I am feeling happy for achieving this as I got a path to pursue my dream. Whenever I see police officers in uniform, I used to watch them. I want to be a good, brave and an honest police officer. From the starting stage of preparation, I faced a lot of negative comments and discouragements from the people around me but still I moved my step towards the goal with the support of my parents." - Amancha Karthik
"I am pursuing PG II year at Telangana University, Nizamabad. This is the biggest achievement in my life till date. My dream is to become a DSP and make my parents proud. I struggled a lot in my journey to achieve it." - Panga Ajay
"I finished my Bachelors in SRK Degree College. It was my dream from childhood to get into Police services. I am happy for qualifying in my first attempt." - Anil Thallapally
"My family are very happy forthis moment because me and my brother both are selected. We both have struggled a lot. We took physical fitness training for 1 year." - Yakari Bharath Kumar and Praveen
"I have recently done my graduation in Siddhartha Degree College. My dream was to work in government services. With the inspiration given by my sister-in-law, I joined in police force, I was the naughtiest student in my school. When I was in degree II year, I applied for police services. After intense coaching of three months, I took physical fitness training for one year. My mother was the happiest person after the results and she started crying when she got to know about my selection." - Eills Devi
"I want to work as a government employee and make my parents proud. I struggled a lot in my first attempt and failed at ground level but for my second attempt; I concentrated more on ground level and finally succeeded. I kept trust on my hard work and prepared in my home itself because I thought no institution gives us a better environment than home." - Ravinder Kongari
"My aim is to become a Sub-Inspector but I am satisfied with what I have achieved. My parents are very happy because I am the first person in my family who is going to work in government services. The day when results are out, I felt it is the payment of my hard work." - Swamy Domala
"I am pursuing PG II year. My aim is to become a Sub Inspector but I am satisfied with what I have achieved. My parents are very happy for me." - Lokesh Devarakonda