Mangalore Police to Conduct Training For Local Youths Aspiring to Join The Force: Click For Details

Mangalore Police to Conduct Training For Local Youths Aspiring to Join The Force: Click For Details

The Mangalore city police will be conducting a month-long free crash course to train local youths aspiring to join the force as constables and sub-inspectors this week. Mangalore police commissioner Shashi Kumar said that the objective of this crash course is to have more people from Dakshina Kannada and its adjacent districts in the police force. This will be for the aspirants from Mangalore region who have cleared physical test and have qualified to appear for the written examination for recruitment in different police units. The commissioner mentioned that serving police personnel will offer training at St. Aloysius Collegewhich will provide classrooms, hostel and its library for the purpose. The police will bear the cost of food. The aspirants will have to be in Mangalore and attend sessions between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. and make their own arrangements for additional study material, Residents of Dakshina Kannada will get first preference. Aspirants from Udupi, Uttara Kannada and Chikkamagaluru districts will also be considered. “If there are more than 100 aspirants, an entrance test will be conducted to screen aspirants,” he added. A registration desk will be opened at the office of the Police Commissionerate on Monday. The applicants will have to submit proof of residence and the certificate showing they have cleared the physical test and also produce COVID-19 RT-PCR test negative certificate before the commencement of classes.
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