Rashtriya Raksha University Bill’s passage hailed

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The Gujarat Government, on earlier Monday, decided to hail the passage of a bill named ‘Rashtriya Raksha University Bill’ in the Lower House of the Parliament. This marks a very crucial step to strengthen the wider structure of TREE- which means, Training-Research-Extension-Education for the nation’s police and security personnel.

Pradipsinh Jadeja, who is the Minister of State for Home has welcomed the initiative on Monday and issued a statement.

The bill, that was passed on Sunday, aims to upgrade as well as modify the Raksha Shakti University (RSU) which is in Gujarat as something of an organization of major significance.

Bimal Patel, who is the Director-General of RSU, informed that the upgrading of the varsity as just an establishment of national significance is an “innovative, trust-generating and motivating” creation.

Jadeja introduced that there will be substantial new possibilities and employment opportunities for young people in Gujarat.

He also said that currently that RSU functions at a national scale, the university will introduce new aspects to improve the internal security system of the complete nation.

He expanded the local authority’s full support for potential nation-building work required by the RSU.

The planned university underneath the NFSU bill will encourage and foster research and study and try to reach expertise in the area of forensic analysis in combination with applied behavioral science studies, law, criminology as well as other related fields, he informed the media people.

The forthcoming varsity will award degrees as well as other educational qualifications and will be available to all individuals regardless of gender, color, caste, religion, impairment, domicile, nationality, social or economic history, he continued.