The function will be attended by Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh, Minister of Labour and Employment Sis Ram Ola, Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Jitender Singh, Minister of State for Home R.P.N. Singh, Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meeena and Minister of State for Rural Development Lal Chandra Kataria.
The function will be held at village- Bera near Nangla Bajirka situated at a distance of 25 kilometers from Alwar city.
This is the first unique institutional establishment plan of the ITBP in Rajasthan.
Indo Tibetan Border Police, the elite Central Armed Police Force is going to have its separate Central Training College (CTC) for the purpose of training its Subordinate
Officers. In this Training College of Indo Tibetan Border Police, various basic, advance and in-service professional training courses will be conducted for subordinate officers of ITBP. The Centre will also cater for training Subordinate Officers of other Police Forces if requisitioned.
It is expected that the local population around the Centre will also be benefitted from this new Centre of ITBP. ITBP has proposed to construct a Hospital and a Central School in these premises. Being deployed in high Himalayas, ITBP has extraordinary experience in various professional aspects of Mountaineering, Skiing, River rafting, Rock climbing etc. It also provides specialized training in rescue and relief operations to its men. The State administration will now have an option available to respond to any disaster like situation with this Centre established in Alwar.
The proposed construction of CTC will cater for Administrative Block, Residential buildings, Hospital, Central School, Training infrastructure and Firing range etc. The expected expenditure on these constructions is Rs. 243 crore.
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police have rendered 52 years of devoted service to the nation in the field of border guarding and internal security. The Force has a motto of 'Shaurya, Dridhta and Karmnistha' and is discharging each assigned responsibility in an exemplary manner.
The ITBP, which was raised on October 24, 1962, is guarding 3488 kilometers long Indo-Sino border in the high Himalayas at heights varying from 9000 feet to 18600 feet besides deployed in various sensitive internal security duties.
In the recent natural disaster in Uttarakhand, the ITBP have conducted an unprecedented rescue operation and saved thousands of lives.
--ANI (Posted on 24-08-2013)