On Tuesday, Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister announced 33 percent reservations would be provided for women in all paramilitary forces, that even includes Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
“In all para-military forces, women will be recruited by providing 33 percent reservations,” he said at the passing-out parade here at National Industrial Security Academy (NISA), a premier training centre of the CISF.
Taking note of that ladies part in the force remained at only 5.04 percent, he focused on the need to build the quantity of women staff up to 33% of the general quality of the force.
Home Minster asked the CISF, that is effectively included in the development exercises at the zones affected by left-wing extremism, to additionally enhance its center skill in more current areas of crime, for example, like dealing with cyber crimes.
Singh additionally said that initiatives had been dispatched to take the head check of the force from the present 1.36 lakh to an expected two lakh.
Surender Singh, CISF Director General needed the officers to be equipped and ever-prepared to battle different sorts of difficulties. He said there were steady efforts to make NISA a world-class training provider.
He likewise said that initiatives had been propelled to take the head tally of the power from the present 1.36 lakh to an expected two lakh.
CISF Director General Surender Singh needed the officers to be adapted and ever-prepared to battle diverse sorts of difficulties. He said there were steady endeavors to make NISA a world-class preparing supplier.