Flexibility of taking courses anytime, anywhere will be now possible for Delhi Police personnel. They can upgrade their skills and re-enforce their learning while balancing training time with work time. Specially designed , NIPUN app and Training Website will make it possible.Through this initiative Delhi Police shall be using advanced technology in imparting in-service training to its personnel.
According to Delhi Police press release , the portal aims to give online training and information through specialized courses designed by experts in the field. With online resource like Law, Standing Orders, Investigation Checklists, Forms for case files, latest High Court and Supreme Court rulings being made available online, it is envisioned that the Investigating Officers will be able to take the benefit of this information during the course of their duty.
Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik launched the e-Learning Portal NIPUN at police headquarters on wednesday. According to officials , involved in this project , based on the feedback and training needs the courses will be tailored to meet the needs of our Investigating Officers and others.
Many of the courses have been developed in-house while others have been through collaboration with University Grant Commission, FICCI, NHRC, NCPCR and Janaki Devi Memorial College, Delhi University under the project CLAP “The Collaborative Learning and Partnership”. Further the Delhi Legal Service Authority has also consented to be partner in developing specific courses for Delhi Police.
Website of Training Division of Delhi Police :
Aimed at facilitating information sharing between the faculty and the trainees at the Police Training Institutes of Delhi Police, the website provides the training syllabus, study material, sample question papers, manuals, law and much more. This is aimed at giving online access to relevant information to the police personnel undergoing their basic training.
Officers says that with increasing number of computer literate police personnel entering the service, the Website not only will provide information but also act as a tool for feedback mechanism and bridging communication gap.
Amulya Patnaik , Commissioner of Delhi Police applauded the efforts of Training Division in using Technology to reach out to large number of police personnel which is considered essential to update and keep up with the changes in law. Further, the infrastructure development to cater to training of a large batch of seven thousand constables in a very short span of time was appreciated.