New Delhi: In a first, 10 personnel of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) have been trained by the All India Radio (AIR) in an exclusive training programme - ‘Voice culture and presentation and language articulation course’ specially designed for the Force.
A closing ceremony of the training programme was organized today at the All India Radio (AIR), New Delhi. The one week training programme was organized at AIR for ITBP personnel in association with National Academy of Broadcasting and Multimedia.
The Director General of the news services division of All India Radio- Vasudha Gupta chaired the closing ceremony and presented the certificates to the ITBP personnel.
Speaking on the occasion, the DG said that the ITBP and the CAPFs have been doing a commendable job in national security and AIR is proudly associated with the Force in training its personnel in communication skills.
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The exclusive training will help the All India Radio and ITBP both in many aspects, especially reaching out to the remote border areas and civic action programmes.
The ITBP organizes many civic action and border area development programmes in its areas of responsibilities for which communication skills and public address art is needed to be inculcated in the Force personnel.
The ITBP has launched many awareness programmes in the border regions and chhattisgarh’s left wing extremism hit areas where it organizes awareness sessions on various government flagship missions.