Warangal: Police Commissioner Dr Tarun Joshi urged the youth to work hard to achieve their intended goals, adding that there was no substitute for hard work.
Speaking after inaugurating the free police training classes at Vidya Jyoti Degree College under the auspices of Warangal Commissionerate for select youth from Ghanpur Division on Monday, Dr Joshi said the Warangal Police Commissionerate’s idea was to provide free coaching to candidates and help the financially backward youth in the recruitment of police Sub-Inspectors and constables. A total of 250 candidates will be offered 80-day free coaching along with the material.
“Coaching will be imparted by the faculty members who are experts in various subjects. Coaching is conducted continue from 9 am to 5 pm for 80 days,” he said.
West Zone DCP Srinivas Reddy, Ghanpur ACP Raghu Chander, Ghanpur Inspector Srinivas Reddy, Jangaon Rural Circle Inspector Vinay Kumar, Ghanpur SIs Ramesh, Srinivas, Chilpur SI Mahender along with Vidyajyoti Principal Fr Thomas Kiran, Director, PJR coaching centre along with other police officers and staff attended the programme.
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