The Passing our Parade of cadet PSI Batch No. 114 was held on 05/10/2016 at 08.00 am the auspicious ceremony was witnessed by Hon’ble Chief guest Shri. Satish Mathur, IPS, DGP of Maharashtra also Shri. S Jagannathan, IPS, ADG (Training and Special Unit) Maharashtra State along with Shri. V.K. Choube, Special I.G. of Nashik Range was also invited to the ceremony.
The passing out parade was held on the main ground of Maharashtra Police Academy, Nashik. The Maharashtra Police Academy at Nashik came into existence from 1907. The academy imparts out-door and indoor training to the Police officers. The academy prepare cadet PSI’s and Prob. Dy.SP’s to that they served the society and performance their duties. The police officers are trained to face and overcome challenges while performing their duties and thereby maintain Law and Order of peace in the society.
During the parade 180 officers forming 6 platoons were headed by Shri. Parade Commander Tushar Shahu Ikke, also he was followed by 2nd commander Jayesh Jayant Kulkarni. During the occasion Hon’ble Chief guest Shri. Satish Mathur, IPS and DGP. Maharashtra State with his auspicious hand awarded “Sword of Honor” to cadet PSI kalpeshkumar Vijay Chauhan and other cadet PSI’s were also awarded with various prizes for excellence during the training. The list of prize winners is annexed here to.
Batch No. 114 comprised of 237 cadet PSI’s among which 183 were male officers and 54 female officers. Among there cadet PSI’s 191 were graduates, 20 Post graduates, 3 MBA, 14 Engineers, 5 Chemist and 2 Doctors. The academy has trained such extraordinary intelligent officers to that they serves the society as a part of Police force. The training duration of cadets was of 12 months, during which they were trained in Law, Crime investigation, fingerprint techniques, forensic science, Police station management, public peace and order, crime prevention, human behavior management, police manual, cyber and economic offence investigation, ideal Police station management, computer literacy, physical activities etc.
The cadet officers were also trained in other subjects like leadership qualities, qualitative skill, decision making power, team spirit, there subjects were handled by various retired experts officers and other renounced guest lectures arranged 109 lectures of their fields were conducted guest lectures like shri. Bhishmaraj Bam, Shri. Ajay Shukla, Shri. Mahesh Athwale, Shri. Sadanand Date, Shri. Ravindra Kadam (Spl. IGP), Smt. Rashmi Shukla, Commissioner, SID, Shri. Sanjay Saxena (Spl. IGP), Forc-one, Intellects from Jeevan Vidya Mission Mumbai, Morarji Desai Rashtriya Yog sansthan, New Delhi, Isha foundation, Mumbai renowned legal experts, members of human rights commission were invited to deliver lectures in their respectable fields and subjects also activities like book reading, wall rappelling, jungle camp etc. were conducted. The cadet officers were also planted 6000 trees during their training course.
The cadet officers were accommodated in 4 indoor class rooms. They were also trained physical education handling of weapons etc. the cadet officers were trained by expertise Law Instructors, Assistant Directors and medical officers. The cadet officers were benefitted by reading Law books, Law articles, Social and political literatures and book related to work administration of Police force.
Apart from syllabus book other literatures, books and newspapers were made available on the websites of Maharashtra Police Academy. The cadet officers were made aware of terrorism, cybercrime, M.C.S.R 1981, Financial Management including E- tendering and related procedures. To gain field experience in maintaining Law and Order the cadet officers were send to winter session at Nagpur.
The cadet officers for gaining practical knowledge of administrative and work of Government and Public establishments were sent visits in old Age Home, Observation Home, Mahila Ashram, Central Jail, Police Headquarters, Police Line, Police Station, Civil Hospital, Court and Government Pleader office, office of the Superintendent of Police. To experience actual crime investigation simulation sessions were conducted for grievous offences. Moot court was also conducted.