Chief Minister of Kerala
Sri. Ramesh Chennithala
Home Minister, Govt. of Kerala
The Student Police Cadet (SPC) project has attracted nation-wide attention, and is a model for all of India.
Sri. P K Abdu Rabb
Minister for Education, Govt of Kerala
Dr A P J Abdul Kalam's Message
I am delighted to address and interact with the Student Police Cadets. India needs disciplined societies. Disciplined societies lead to societal tolerance, societal peace, societal commitment to green homes and above all a happy family. I am very happy that the Student Police Cadets who have become part and parcel of societies are going through a rigorous training programme in certain areas of policing. My best wishes to all Student Police Cadets participating in this programme for success in your mission to be a responsible citizen and partnering with the Kerala Police for making Kerala safer, peaceful and the better state to live.
Message from Sri.K.S.Balasubramanian IPS - State Police Chief
Kerala is a pioneer state in many of the social upliftment projects in the country and the societal improvement in Kerala has been probably comparable to the western nations. The Student Police Cadet project is one such project which has been implemented across Kerala jointly by departments of Home and Education with the support from departments of Local Self Government, Transport, Excise, and Forest. the objective of the Student Police Cadet project is to mould a responsible youth, who are inculcated with civic sense, communal commitment, readiness to serve, and to love fellow human beings in the society. I am sure the Student police cadet project is going for places and will be a great success, not only in Kerala throughout the country and I wish it all the very best in the succeeding days to come.
STATE NODAL OFFICER'S DESK
Like in earlier years, this year too, we celebrated the Anniversary of the Student Police Cadet Project in a grand and befitting manner. On the auspicious SPC Day, hundreds of cadets from high schools throughout our state reaffirmed their commitment to the ideals of this farsighted youth movement, and dedicated themselves to work for the betterment of the nation. On the eve of the 66th Indian Independence Day, our cadets announced to the world that the youth of today are eager and willing to take up the responsibility of leading our proud and ancient nation to global leadership in the coming years of the 21st Century.
A remarkable aspect of the SPC movement has been the tremendous positive response to the programme from authorities in other states of the country. Already, the Government of Rajasthan has launched the SPC programme for the benefit of the youth of their state earlier this year. In fact, a team of SPC officials from Kerala were specially invited to participate in the first training programme for teachers and police officials in that state, in June 2013. Sri V.U. Kuriakose, DySP Administration, Wayanad, Sri Mohamed Arif ACP CD, Thrissur City and Sri Praveen (Spl Asst, SNO-SPC) formed the team from Kerala SPC that attended the programme in Jaipur and shared our experiences with the officials of the Rajasthan SPC. In coming months, I shall share more details and feedback from the SPC project in that state.
The growing demand for the SPC project is also reflected in the visits by officials from various states to study the programme in detail. A team of senior police officials from Haryana visited our state to meet with the leadership of the SPC project, including the Home Minister, Education Minister, State Police Chief and others.Read More…