In 1975, it Academy moved to current its residence in Hyderabad. The academy is spread over 277 acres and is located on the Hyderabad – Bangalore highway, 8 km from the National Police Academy city. It Academy trains officers of the Indian Police Service, who have been selected through the All India Civil Services Examination. IPS is controlled by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India and this officer can be appointed or removed only by order of the President of India. The Academy is affiliated with Osmania University to conduct courses on Police for IPS officers.
27-11-2008: 60th Anniversary of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indian Stamp
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad, is a civil service training centre in India. This institute trains Indian Police Service officers before they are sent to their respective states to carry out their duties. It was established on 15 September 1948 as Central Police Training College in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. In 1967 its name was changed to National Police Academy. Later, in 1974, it was named after the former Deputy Prime Minister of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, a man responsible for building the All India Services and training IPS officers. In 1975, it Academy moved to current its residence in Hyderabad. Do you like to buy miniature sheets and Indian Stamps, then you can visit our website Philacy.