Shillong: The Minister of State (MoS) for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra reached Shillong on Thursday attend the 51st passing out parade of North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA).
Mishra congratulated the police officers who passed out from the Academy .In his address, Mishra spoke about the growing challenges on the issue of cyber security and how the government has formulated the National Cyber Security Strategy, which holistically addresses the issue of security of national cyberspace.
Pointing out that the government is taking several steps to reduce the vulnerability of citizens to cyber attacks, the minister said its policies are aimed at ensuring an open, secure, reliable and accountable internet for users.
Also, Mishra said that “The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) issues alerts and advisories about the latest cyber threats/vulnerabilities and is working on it fast.”.A total of 189 police officers from various northeast states passed out from the North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA) near here, an official said.The police officers were part of the contingent who completed the 51th Basic Course, which commenced last april2022, the official said.
A total of 25 Deputy Superintendents of Police from NAGALAND, 02 Deputy Superintendents of Police from Tripura, 08 Deputy Superintendents of Police from ARUNACHAL,15 Deputy Superintendents of Police and 164 Sub-Inspectors from Tripura ,1 SI Arunachal pradesh, ,94 SI Assam, 69 SI ( APRO Communication) of the 189 Trainees,12 were Lady officers in this batch.
As per the training module, the trainees were trained in police science, legal studies and social science and also in outdoor training for drill, weapons training, physical efficiency, police operations and tactics, he said. During the 11 months training period, the trainees underwent training on horse riding, swimming, first aid and motor vehicle driving.