Hyderabad, May 16 (UNI) Inspector General and Director, National Industrial Security Academy (NISA), Anurag Sharma today called upon the constable trainees to prepare themselves to meet the emerging challenges posed by new forms of terrorism.
According to an official release here, Mr Sharma, speaking after the passing out parade of the 16th batch of constable, held at the NISA, the premier traning institution of the Central Industrial Security (CISF), said the CISF would have a major role to play in the changing security scenario particularly in the areas of disaster management, aviation security and security of government buildings.
Mr Sharma also made a reference to the recent Jaipur blasts and exhorted the young trainees to measure up to the expectations and effectively meet the emerging challenges.
A total of 177 trainees passed out of the academy after successfully completing their basic training for 30 weeks. The course included training on subjects like fire prevention and fire fighting, forensic science, law, modern electronic security gadgets and aviation security.
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