Bhaskar News Service
Bijnor. District Magistrate Ankit Kumar Aggarwal said that the government’s effort is to create awareness among the youth about drugs, abuse, sexual violence and other serious crimes and evils and at the same time, through these, the coming generation can build a strong society. Could. Uttar Pradesh Government has prepared a curriculum to connect the students with social concerns and to make them understand the social aspects and evils, regarding which information is provided to the students by the police officers in schools, colleges and other higher educational institutions and they Field tours are also conducted to acquaint one with the working system of police stations and other government offices. While presiding over the review meeting organized in connection with the implementation of Student Police Cadets (SPC) in his office room at District Magistrate Shri Aggarwal Collectorate, the present officers He instructed the officers of the Basic and Secondary Education Department to make a roster to organize 10-10 programs every month, in which 4-4 programs should be organized in basic and secondary schools and 2 programs should be organized in higher educational institutions. Get it done. He also directed to be present in the upcoming meeting with the agenda so that the prescribed points are considered and compliance with the instructions issued is also ensured. He also instructed the Nodal Officer of SPC to make the programs organized in educational institutions completely useful and beneficial by putting the police station heads on duty and ensure their participation. SPC Nodal Officer/CO Women Security Archana Singh said that This program is being run with the aim of creating self-confidence in adolescent students by making them aware of safety and peace. It is reviewed every month by a 4 member committee formed under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate so that the progress of the work is maintained. He also said that the work of student police cadets is being done regularly by taking the children to all the government offices including the police stations and making them familiar with the working procedures there. In this program both internal and external training is given to the students. Children are being taken to almost all the government offices including police stations and being made aware of the working procedures there and they are also being taught the qualities of self-protection. On this occasion, District School Inspector Ramagya Kumar, Basic Education Officer Jaikaran Yadav and other concerned Officers were present.
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