Bengaluru: In a move that will long-term positive repercussions, Jammu and Kashmir Police has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Institute Limited. The MoU is for skill development training courses for wards of police personnel.

Reports add that MoU was signed by AIG welfare Manoj Kumar Pandith, on behalf of J&K Police (JKP), and BSE Institute Ltd (BIL) Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ambrish Dutta in presence of Director General of J&K Police Dilbag Singh here.

This is an important MoU considering that it helps collaborate to mobilize, train, design courses, and support wards of JKP officials -- serving, retired as well as martyred.

"The objective of this agreement is to improve the skills of these wards. Under this agreement, BIL will design course, train, do assessment and certification of trainees as per prescribed guidelines," the spokesman said, as reported by PTI.

The agreement would cover skill development programs for youth, women, and other eligible candidates for creating employability, skills, and sustainable livelihood.

"Under this agreement, BIL will help schools under the JKP jurisdiction to introduce vocational skills for banking and financial markets and insurance courses," the spokesperson further said.

Speaking on the occasion, Singh said the partnership started when BIL had come for a union territory level function to promote youth employability.

During the interaction we came to know that BIL is working into skill development of youth in various parts of the country and is very keen to do training programmes for the wards of police martyrs and the wards of serving police personnel, he further said.

The website added Datta as saying, "Our skill development programmes are about sustainable growth and economic development”.