Maha Police Bharti 2020: In order to increase the presence of minorities in the police force, Maharashtra Government plans to provide pre-recruitment training to them while filling up vacancies of constables. Deputy CM Ajit Pawar recently said that as per Maharashtra Police Recruitment 2020 as many as 10,000 police constables will be recruited to strengthen the force. Minority youths in the state will be given pre-recruitment training in view of their maximum appointment in the police department. This is a piece of great news for all the police aspirants.
National spokesperson of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Minority Affairs Minister in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra Mr. Nawab Malik has informed that youth belonging to the ‘minority communities’ would be given pre-recruitment training to ensure their ‘maximum appointment’ in the police Department.
Pre Police Job Training For Minorities In Maharashtra
Malik had shared a post of Twitter that read, “Minority youths in the state will be given pre-recruitment training in view of their maximum appointment in the police department.” The post by Nawab Malik further read, “At present, the process of selecting candidates for the training has been started in 14 districts of the state and soon it will be started in the remaining districts as well. Accordingly, direct training will be started later.”
The Maharashtra government has decided to give pre-police recruitment training to youths belonging to minority communities free-of-cost. The training expenses will be shared by the state government. The candidates participating in the training will be imparted general knowledge and physical training for Maharashtra police recruitment 2020. Each youth will also be given Rs 1,000 for purchasing a tracksuit and shoes and Rs 300 for books. At present, the process of selecting candidates for the training has been started in 14 districts of the state and soon it will be started in the remaining districts as well. Accordingly, direct training will be started later
Every district will spend over Rs 5.50 lakh for training and a provision has been made for this. 14 districts and as many NGOs have been selected for 2020-2021 to hold training camps in 2019-2020. NGOs and social activists involved in motivating minority youths to join the pre-recruitment training are dismayed at this “cut-and-paste” job and demanded that the training camps be held all the 36 districts after proper advertisements in Marathi, English and Urdu dailies.
The scheme has been in operation in Maharashtra since 2009 and was implemented as part of the Prime Minister’s 15-point programme for minorities. The Maharashtra Police recruitment 2020 will play a vital role in strengthening the Maharashtra Police Force. The scheme entails providing training to youth from the minority community to crack the written and physical examinations of police entrance exams.