DU team visits south Kashmir to train police in soft skills

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SRINAGAR: The five-day soft skill development training program organized by J&K police in collaboration with University of Delhi concluded on Tuesday, a police spokesperson here said.
Dr Pamela Singla project coordinator of the program visited the south Kashmir districts to supervise the ongoing sessions held in these districts.
Speaking to the media Dr Singla said that the soft skill development program is being conducted to enhance these skills among the police personnel, so that they can deliver better as per the expectations of the people.
DIG south Kashmir range,Vijay Kumar while briefing the press on the occasion said that J&K police has always tried to provide better training facilities to its work force so that they can deliver services in best possible way to the public. He added that while the hard part of physical training is being imparted in training centres, need for development of soft skills was always felt. The program that has been undertaken in collaboration of University of Delhi is a step in this direction. He said that the training sessions are going on in all the five districts of the South Kashmir range wherein more than 4000 policemen will be trained in Soft skills.
In Anantnag Suryaveshwar and Dibyajyoti Das from DU held the training sessions for the policemen posted in the district while Devika Menon and Tanvi Yadav trained the policemen in the DPL Pulwama. In Shopian Ritu Raj and Shristi Thakur trained the policemen while Supria Rani and Astha Dawar deliverd lectures on soft skill development.
The program has been started for all districts of the Kashmir valley. About 10500 policemen will be imparted soft skill development training by 13 teams of experts from the University of Delhi. The training programme is sponsored by the Jammu & Kashmir Bank.