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Transforming tribal girls into security professionals

Oct 25, 2018

There are 3 training centers where CAPSI is helping to run this course, financed by the Jharkhand government.

New Delhi: The Jharkhand Chapter of CAPSI in association with Bhutpurva Sainik Kalyan Sangh is doing a commendable job of providing professional security training and employment opportunities to tribal girls under the Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society (JSDMS).

Approximately 500 girls have already got the employment after completing the 3-month long training oriented programme in the last 5 years, and a majority of them hail from Naxal afflicted areas. The Government of Jharkhand is financing this project.

After completing a 3 months course, including the training, students get a certificate by the Government of India with logos of NSDC, Ashok Chakra, Skill India, Ministry of Skill Development, Security Sector Council, Skill Council, and Ranchi Security, which assure that they are capable of serving the industry. Hence, on the basis of this certificate, they are eligible to apply for any job in the private security industry which requires a certified private security professional.

There are 3 training centers where CAPSI is helping to run this course; 2 for boys and 1 for girls in Jharkhand's Gumla and Ranchi regions which offer the 3 months certificate course in Private Security. And, there are total 6 batches where 150 girls are pursuing this course and receiving the training from the professional trainers of NSDC.

Kunwar Vikram Singh, the National Chairman, CAPSI, said, “In an environment where women are not only economically backward but also the victim of Naxal aggression on a regular basis, empowering the women through financial stability and physical security is the need of the hour. I am very much happy that despite societal restrictions and challenges girls are coming forward to change their fortune, and their presence is continuously increasing at the training centres.”

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