Pre-recruitment training for constable aspirants begins in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad, April 24:Pre-recruitment training of the second batch of aspirants for the posts of police constables was launched by R Srinivas, DCP, West Zone at Anwar-ul-Uloom College at New Mallepally here on Monday.
Habeebnagar Inspector P Madhukar Swamy said a total of 400 youngsters attended the programme, which will be for four months.
DCP R Srinivas, wishing the youngsters good luck, said while artificial intelligence and robots were taking over gradually in most departments and jobs across the globe, the police force was the only one which does not foresee a decline in manpower.
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