Madhya Pradesh Police has made significant MoU with the aim of making the skill of the police efficient, e-learning and communication skills. Special Director General of Police Sanjay Rana signed the MoU on Friday with the Centre for Entrepreneurship Development Madhya Pradesh (CEDMAP).
From CEDMAP Executive Director from CEDMAP Navneet Singh Chhatwal, Executive Director signed MoU.
Under Director General of Police Research and Policy Cell, national and international level agreements with the academic institutions (MoUs) are being signed for developing skills to increase efficiency.
To make Madhya Pradesh police efficient in e-learning, soft skills development, behavioral skills and anger management, stress management, listening and communication skills, the police officers and employees will be trained in the other training institutions of the state including Madhya Pradesh Police Academy, Bhouri .
Notably Madhya Pradesh police training wing have signed MoU with renowned institutes and organisations which are Massachusetts University of America (MIT), England's Sheffield Helm University, National Law University New Delhi and the prestigious Institute of the country TISS (Tata Institute of Social Science) Mumbai. The training sessions are ongoing for the capacity and skill development of the police under the signed MoUs. The aim is to make skills better for professional efficiency. During the signing of MoU with CEDAMP Additional Director General of Police DGP Anuradha Shankar, Inspector General of Police Jitendra Singh, Deputy Director of Madhya Pradesh Police Academy Bhouri Vineet Kapoor and Assistant Police Inspector General Training Malay Jain and Sandeep Dixit were present.