CCLs getting promising career through Delhi Police's 'Sankalp' scheme

S.N. Srivastava, Commissioner of Police, Delhi felicitated the youth selected by MNCs and Other employers who provided jobs to Children conflict at Law (CCLs) trained under the scheme "SANKALP". "SANKALP" is an initiative of Delhi Police to engage and steer "CCLs" previously involved in crime and other vulnerable, unemployed youth, towards the mainstream of society by providing them with the opportunities to realize their potential and creating awareness about their potential through sports, nukkad nataks and skill development training. A detailed exercise was conducted in all the 12 police stations of West District, Delhi Police to select the youth in the age group of 16-23 years for this training belonging to the following categories, mostly from the underprivileged colonies. Total 178 CCLs were shortlisted who were noticed to be developing criminal tendencies, out of which 36 youth have been trained online under this scheme during lockdown which also continued offline at Police Station Rajouri Garden training center, West District. A job fair was held at Maharaja Surajmal Institute Auditorium, Janak Puri, Delhi where a total no of 104 candidates got placements. A total No of 19 CCLs out of 36 appeared also got placement according to their skills developed during training.