Director-General of DR MCR HRD Institute BP Acharya said that IPS Officers play a pivotal role in establishing law and order at the grassroots level, and therefore, possess great potential to bring about a real difference to society at all levels.
He called upon the IPS Probationers, during his interaction with them on completion of their orientation training programme, to develop empathy to fully understand the true reasons of crime in their true and total frame of reference and address them effectively, rather than using their energies merely to chasing its symptoms.
“It is a matter of gratification that there are many brave and dedicated IPS Officers who have not only performed their jobs responsibly and honestly, but also gone above and beyond their duties and created real and lasting changes in the society and thereby emerged as the shining examples of how an IPS Officer should be”, Acharya stated and urged the IPS Probationers to draw inspiration from their extraordinary work and use their positions for the multifaceted development of society, especially for its weaker sections.
Organised by the Centre for Public Administration (CPA), the programme focussed on Land–Related Laws, Records, and Procedures. Five IPS Probationers of 2019 batch, allotted to Telangana Cadre, attended the Training Program. The DG also presented them the books on Telangana including to Ms Pedditi Dhatri Reddy, who is the topper from Telangana State in the Civil Services Examination, 2019, the results of which have been announced recently. He congratulated Ms Pedditi Dhatri Reddy for her outstanding success.
ADG Harpreet Singh of the Institute was also present at the interactive session. Dr Ravulapati Madhavi, Associate Professor of Law and Head, CPA coordinated the Orientation Training Program.