Bangalore Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao urged schools and colleges to emphasize on the role of employment and education.
“Teaching strategies to build self-confidence has to be imparted,” said the Bangalore Police Commissioner.
Education and employment combined with life skills is essential – Bangalore Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao
Along with education, institutions should help build confidence in students from the grass-root level. Not much emphasis is being laid on employment in our education system. Instead, the focus is on scoring high marks. That is one of the big reasons behind the anxiety in students when it comes to employment after graduation.
Bhaskar Rao, the Bangalore Police Commissioner, said that importance has to be rather given on developing life skills to help add value to the students’ life.
Speaking after the inauguration of “Samparka-2019” organized by the Bangalore Bunts Sangha, Bhaskar Rao, Bangalore Police Commissioner, said: “We have no shortage of people. But there is a lack of human resources. Students should be imparted with education and at the same time provided with exposure to the work culture. Quality plays a very important role in HR and education. Those students who fail to attain 95% marks in exams go through bouts of depression. Many succumb to the pressure which is another contributor to the recent increase in suicide cases. Thus, at the school level, students should be encouraged and trained in attaining proficiency in the field they are interested in.
Appreciating the efforts of Bangalore Bunts Sangha the Bangalore Police Commissioner Bhasker Rao expressed his deepest regard for the institution’s contribution in uplifting the human resources and strengthening them through “the Samparka 2019 program”.
Also, the Bunt community which has been identified in contributing to many sectors can be found in almost any corner of the world. The community has great potential to grow. Jains, Sikhs and the Bunt community do not bow down to anyone. They live a life of self-respect.
In fact, people from Mangalore do not like to work under anyone. Moreover, the number of people joining government services is sparse. Residents of coastal areas are not joining the police department. Under these circumstances, we are forced to conduct Tulu classes and train our North Karnataka staff in Mangalore to speak Tulu.
The event was Presided by the Bangalore Bunt Sangha R. Upendra Shetty, President Bunt Sangha. KC Shetty, Managing director, Lumens group of companies was present as the chief guest. Madhukar Shetty, Secretary of Bangalore Bunt Sangha and Surekha Shetty, Chairperson- HR and Employment Cell were also present in the event.