Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday said graduates of Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University will be given priority in employment in the state police force.
The chief minister said this while addressing the foundation day function of the Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University.
“Modernisation of the police system cannot be done only with new weapons. For this, trained human force is required. Graduates of Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University will be given priority in employment in the Jharkhand police force,” Das said.
The chief minister there is requirement of security forces in many industrial units in the state.
“There is a continuous requirement of security forces in many other industrial units, including CCL, BCCL. Keeping this in mind, the youth are being trained in Raksha Shakti University so that they can get employment in their state,” Das added.
He said the youth is the pride of the country and there is no lack of talent in Jharkhand, adding all they need is right direction.
“We are in a digital and knowledge-based phase that is changing our living. To be compatible with modern world, two years ago, the Raksha Shakti University was established in the state. Students studying in this university will be able to successfully cope with future challenges like terrorism, economic crime, cyber crime and judicial science,” he said.
The chief minister said cyber police stations would be set up to deal with cyber crime.
“New ways of cyber crime have become a challenge in the present time. In order to overcome these challenges, trained and skilled human resources is needed. The state government is setting up cyber police station at identified places in the state to deal with cyber crime,” he said.
The chief minister said that 60 children of Tana Bhagat families have been given admission in Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University for the Certificate Course in Police Science. Authorities have taken responsibility for all their requirement during study.
Das said Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University is the third university in the country for study of internal security. Within a period of just two years, it has made its mark in the education world.