Delhi LG Anil Baijal Opens Delhi Police Skill Centre for Youth

Delhi LG Anil Baijal Opens Delhi Police Skill Centre for Youth
Delhi LG Anil Baijal Opens Delhi Police Skill Centre for Youth

Delhi Police South District in continuation of its activities for the community launched Thursday a training centre under the “YUVA” initiative in Chittranjan Park, Police Station.

The training-cum-skill centre would execute job-enabled training projects under the government’s skill programme “Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana”.

The Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, Anil Baijal, was the chief guest on the occasion. The event was attended by Commissioner of Police, Delhi and other senior officers.

“It is a unique step taken by Delhi Police to reach out to the children who didn’t have much to look forward in life,” Baijal said.

He added that police can play an important role in channelizing the energy of our youth and imparting vocation-based skills to the marginalized youth of the city.


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“YUVA” is a major initiative of Delhi Police to provide job-oriented training and skill development for underprivileged youth across all its districts in New Delhi.

This initiative was launched to engage and steer street children and youth towards the mainstream of society, providing them opportunities to realize their potential and creating awareness about their potential through skill development training.

According to Delhi Police, the “YUVA” beneficiaries largely come from underprivileged sections of the society mainly school dropouts, victims of crimes, etc.

Chittranjan Park Police Station will be the inaugural police station in South District under “YUVA” scheme. Delhi Police informed that 11 more Police Stations have been identified for setting up training centres for implementation of the second phase of “YUVA.”

Photo courtesy: LG Office / Delhi Police

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