Voice of Maharashtra

Provide pre-recruitment training to minority candidates


Mumbai, dt. 22- A decision was taken in the cabinet meeting held today to improve the quality of training by making changes in the scheme for imparting residential police sepoy pre-recruitment examination training to minority candidates.
The scheme of conducting residential training classes for a period of three months will be further implemented by changing the criteria and format of the scheme and the terms and conditions. The salient features of the new scheme are as follows.
Through selected training institutes, those who have passed at least 12th standard in the minority community and have an annual family income of Rs. Young men and women with less than 8 lakh and hold domicile certificate in the state of Maharashtra will be given residential training for a period of three months before police recruitment.
Training classes will be organized in each district of the state with a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 50 admissions and in 11 minority dominated districts with a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 50 admissions.
In order to bring the youth of the minority communities (Muslim, Christian, Parsi, Jain, Buddhist, Sikh and Jew) into the mainstream of progress, it is necessary to remove the obstacles and create an atmosphere of trust among them.