Various states’ police officers visit IGRMS

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 May 2017 11:02:43


Staff Reporter,

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sanghralaya (IGRMS) is working for national integration and promotes research and training for salvage and revitalisation of vanishing but valuable cultural traditions. Middle Management Police Officers from Various States Police of India undergoing special course at CAPT, Bhopal visited Manav Sangrahalaya on the bank of 7 mile long Bhopal Upper Lake.


Vineet Kapoor, IPS, OSD to DGP Office said, “The Bureau of Police Research and Development, Union Home Ministry organised ‘Soft Skills Training for Professional Development’ in Pioneering Academy CAPT, Bhopal for middle management officers of State Police. A special visit to Manav Sangrahalaya for these officers was organised to introduce them to Pan-Indian culture in its distinction and similarities.”


Steven Rynjah, SP, Special Forces, Meghalaya said, “Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is doing an exemplary work in presenting the cultures of Meghalaya and complete North-East. We have been listening about this national museum in Shillong. Finally I got the opportunity to be here.”
Chandra Mohan Rao, Inspector, Telangana Police, while visiting the music and performing arts gallery said, “Situated in Central India, this museum introduces the masses to Tangible and intangible aspects of pan Indian culture. In here, we got the opportunity to witness the physical form of the stories we have been listening from our course mates from different States of India.”


Deputy Superintendent of Jammu & Kashmir Police, Abhishek Sharma said, “This single museum is giving teaching of variety of subjects like Anthropology, Architecture, Archaeology, Sociology, Genetics and many more. I request the Director, IGRMS to acquire and exhibit traditional house of Kashmir and ‘Shikara’ boats.”


Argha Chakravarty from West Bengal Police said, “These exhibitions are effective tools for enhancement of awareness about eco-specific identities of different Indian communities. In present times society needs such museums.”