Sri. Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister, praised the telecommunication wing of the Police by saying that online activities of the police including passing out parade were conducted online during the pandemic period only because of their excellence. He was addressing the passing out parade of police recruits meant for the telecommunication wing of Kerala Police.
Police are the real protector of the people who have faced natural disasters and epidemics in the recent past. The Chief Minister urged the police officers to always keep in mind their commitment and sincerity to work for the betterment of the Police.
135 Telecommunication recruits joined the force after taking the oath during the e-passing out parade held at the Police Training College in Thiruvananthapuram. The eighth batch of the telecommunications division, which controls the police communications systems, completed the training and became part of the force. Mithun Raj was selected as the best outdoor cadet and Sharon Kumar as the best indoor cadet. Akash S is the best shooter. L Unnikrishnan received award for excellence in various fields.
Of the 135 members joined the force, 84 are B.Tech graduates. Fifteen postgraduates and four graduates completed training in various subjects. In addition to telecommunication subjects, they were trained in driving, yoga, swimming, various martial arts, Constitution of India, human rights, police manual and various laws.
Though training was suspended when Covid became severe, recruits were given training online. During the last election, their services were utilized in various districts.
Sri. Anil Kant, State Police Chief Sri. Vijay S Sakhare, ADGP, Law and Order Sri. P Vijayan, IGP, Training Sri. Ammos Mamman, SP, Telecommunication and Sri. K L Johnkutty, Principal, Police Training College attended the function.