Simple in style and grand in function, the STUDENT POLICE CADET UNIT of St Joseph’s school has begun its journey of hope towards glory. SPC is another feather in the cap of St Joseph’s HSS. The investiture ceremony of SPC unit turned to a colourful event with the august presence of Honourable Home Minister of Kerala,
Mr Ramesh Chennithala, City Police Commissioner and the State Nodal Officer of SPC Mr Vijayan IPS and Asst. City Police Commissioner and District Nodal Officer of SPC Mr Baiju K.E.
The STUDENT POLICE CADET Project is a school-based youth development initiative that trains high school students to evolve as future leaders of a democratic society by inculcating within them respect for the law, discipline, civic sense, empathy for vulnerable sections of society and resistance to social evils. The project also enables youth to explore and develop their innate capabilities, thereby empowering them to resist the growth of negative tendencies such as social intolerance, substance abuse, deviant behavior, and anti-establishment violence. Equally, it strengthens within them commitment towards their family, the community, and the environment. Today, 50% of India’s population is less than 25 years of age. It has been predicted that by the year 2030, India will have the world’s largest population, at approximately 153 Crones, of which the youth would constitute about 95 Crones, i.e. 63%. For the country to benefit from this demographic profile, India’s youth must become capable of leadership in all fields of human activity. If India’s youth am not channelized, our country will become a place that export terrorist or a safe haven for terrorists. SPC has taken the responsibility of moulding our youth into citizens with civic sense, social responsibility.
Lets Join hand for its success