CT University holds a special training session for the female police officials
Ludhiana, December 23, 2017: “If somebody misbehaves with you, it doesn’t mean that you will also get rude with that person, rather one should be polite and say God Bless You.” Such positive teachings were given to the female police personnel of the city during a special training session on “Living a positive life”, a seminar on Life Skills, Communication and Behavioral Etiquettes, organised by CT University.
The session was delivered by Ms. Amrit Kalsi, Manager Trainings, CT Group. While addressing the female police officials she said, “One must learn to drive the car of life with happiness. The way of leading the life leads to shaping our character and making our destiny. We should make best use of our time and efforts that all depends upon how we plan and manage our tasks. It is obvious to get sudden tasks on field but if we have already scheduled and prioritize our things then we would be able to keep ourselves calm and composed with dealing with the public during duty.” She further spoke at length on bringing positivity in one’s personal as well as professional life and motivated the women officials to remain bold and strong in facing the public while on duty.
ACP Headquarters Ms. Rupinder Kaur Bhatti said, “Police Force is here to serve the public. It totally depends upon us to earn respect for ourselves by giving respect to others. If we behave properly and do our work with full generosity then we would be able to get the top rank in the government departmental ranking. We need to be polite and if somebody misbehaves then we should file complaint against that person legally instead behaving the same way they did.”
S. Charanjit Singh Channi, Chancellor, CT University appreciated the efforts of Ludhiana police Commissionerate in organizing such training sessions for police personnel. He said that such sessions will motivate them. He also assured for such encouraging sessions in the future as well.