Ubeshwar Hills: New 100-Acre Police Training School Opened

Ubeshwar Hills: New 100-Acre Police Training School Opened

This center is designed to accommodate 500 trainees, with the development cost of Rs 56.81 Cr

Police Training Schools in Udaipur

At present, a contemporary police training facility is under construction in Morwania village, situated 12 kilometers from the city on the Ubeshwar Mahadevji road. This center is designed to accommodate 500 trainees, with the development cost of Rs 56.81 crore. The police training school is currently 80 percent complete, with all six buildings constructed and situated, although some final details are still being under construction. 

The necessary infrastructure for the Police Training School (PTS), like boundary walls, barracks, housing units, ground leveling, roads, medical facilities, and sports and parade grounds, has been fully constructed on the school grounds. Additionally, construction is ongoing for supplementary facilities such as a dispensary, 11 classrooms, the administrative building for the commandant, a library, conference hall, parade ground, guard quarters, and barracks designed to accommodate 500 recruits. At this school, training will be provided simultaneously to 500 police personnel.

This training facility, being built on approximately 100 acres amidst the Aravalli mountains, also represents a remarkable display of natural beauty, before this, a police training center with the capacity to train 500 individuals was opened in Kherwada, Udaipur in 1984.

Types Of Training 

Police personnel from different districts of the state will receive training in firearm handling and maintenance, as well as instruction in archery and marksmanship at this school. Soldiers will undergo instruction in combat methods that do not require firearms, such as managing situations involving stone-throwing in mountainous regions. Experts can be enlisted for this task. The training will run for six weeks, comprising separate field and non-field sessions every week. Practical exercises will be carried out in the vicinity of the hills.

Personnel from police stations and units of the RSC and the MBC will undergo training at the facility, focusing on handling stone pelting without firearms, along with receiving instruction in archery and marksmanship. The purpose of jungle and field craft training is to prepare the police force to manage law and order situations in difficult conditions

Source - Dainik Bhaskar

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