Student Police Cadet (SPC) Program | Classes & Topics | Complete Details

Student Police Cadet
Student Police Cadet (SPC) – The joint project of the Union Home Ministry and Human Resource Development Ministry i.e. Student Police Cadet (SPC) has started in all the state schools in the country. In the presence of Union Human Resource and Development Minister Prakash Javadekar, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday organized a national rollout of this program at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gururgram. So far this project was being run in Kerala and Gujarat as a pilot project. In the remaining states, work on this project was going on for nearly a year.
Student Police Cadet (SPC)
The main motive of the Central Government is to inculcate the values and ethics in students through classes in schools and outside. The SCP will reduce the gap between Police and People and will also lead to the reduction in crimes.
In the Student Police Cadet classes, the students will be taught about 2 important topics i.e. – 
  • Crime Prevention & Control, Value
  • Ethics

There will be only 1 Student Police Cadet Class in a month. However, this class will be optional i.e. students can take this class on their own choice. Apart from this, there will be neither any textbook nor any exam envisaged for this class. Under this SPC program, the main focus of the government is on 8th and 9th class students and the central government will also ensure that these classes don’t add to the workload of students.

Classes & Topics Of Student Police Cadet (SPC) Program

Here are the details of the Classes and Topics of Prevention & Control and Value and Ethics in SPC Program –

  • Crime Prevention & Control –
    • Community Policing
    • Road Safety
    • Fight against Social Evils
    • Safety of Women & Children
    • Fight against Corruption and Disaster Management.
  • Value and Ethics –
    • Respect for Elders
    • Empathy & Sympathy
    • Tolerance
    • Patience
    • Attitude
    • Team Spirit
    • Discipline

For the SPC Classes, the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) has made a handbook for providing instructions along with the support of NCERT. The Central Government will focus on laying special emphasis on field demonstrations. Besides this, all the students will be allowed to visit Women Police stations, Child Protection Homes including NGOs, Traffic Police and Fire Brigade Stations to understand the functioning of Police.

SPC will Get Priority On Lines of NCC

During the program, Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that NSS and NCC are given preference in police recruitments in Haryana. Apart from this, various medal holders also get the benefit. Now the candidates of SPC will also get the benefit. For this, the system will be prepared by the government.

Recruitment Of 6,000 Constables Soon in Haryana

The Haryana Police will soon recruit 6,000 constables. Chief Minister Manohar Lal made this announcement during the National Rollout Program of SPC on Saturday. He said that recently there has been the recruitment of 4.5 thousand Soldiers. But this recruitment is not enough right now. Therefore, 6,000 jawans will be recruited in the next six months. The Haryana government is working for this.

Priority For Women

Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that there is no compromise with the safety of women in the country and the state. Priority is being given in police recruitment to give women an environment of security in Haryana. A large number of posts will also be reserved for women in upcoming recruitment.

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