Soft Skills For Tough Rail Cops

Soft Skills For Tough Rail Cops

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) has started to give soft skill training to its personnel in a weeklong camp to bring confidence among passengers travelling in trains. The RPF personnel are getting training to keep their conduct and behaviour friendly with the passengers.

Interacting with journalists in the conference hall of Patna Junction, inspector-general-cum-chief security commissioner (RPF) in East Central Railway (ECR) Ravindra Verma said: “We are giving a special emphasis on the behaviour of RPF personnel and its staff. We have an RFP training centre in Mokama where the refreshers course goes on. All kinds of training are being given but the focus is on soft skills under which they are trained to behave properly with passengers travelling on trains,” Verma said.

The move has started under the railway project called Saksham to upgrade the skill of railway employees. As per the railway direction, employees from the rank of a peon to Railway Board members and everyone in between will undergo the training. Verma was accompanied by senior RPF commandant, Danapur, Chandra Mohan Mishra and senior divisional security commissioner Chaitanya Marandi. Read More…

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