TS Cops Tie Up With ISB Students to Improve Their Services

Published: 27th September 2015 05:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th September 2015 05:29 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:The Telangana police are partnering with the students of Indian School of Business (ISB) to for delivery of quality and efficient services to people and also to redress the grievances of the overworked police personnel.

Director General of Police (DGP) Anurag Sharma on Saturday outlined the functioning of the Telangana police department in his keynote address in a meeting held at the DGP Office here on Saturday.

The ISB students were techies drawn from IIT-Kharagpur, IIT-Roorkie, NIT-Jalandhar, NIT-Warangal, NIT-Tiruchirapalli along with students from CBIT, JNTU and Osmania university.

The students from varied backgrounds with commendable credits in academic excellence and having a rich experience ranging between 2-15 years in the field would be studying the processes and environment in the police department and suggest ways to improve efficiency and make the system costeffective and target-oriented.

According to the DGP, the batch of 20 students of ISB, split into four teams, will study the various processes in the head office, pertaining to HR, technology adaptation, budget management, administrative processes and procurement systems of the police department and submit workable solutions in select priority processes.

“The study is expected to go on from three to six months in which various deliverables will be put to test, while the study is on,” the DGP said.

SP M Ramesh outlined the police organisational chart and also the activities of all institutions working in the police department such as law and order machinery, CID, forensic unit, Intelligence, Special Police Battalions, Railway Police, Police Academy, and Police training college, Legal procedures and the Home guards.

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