Indo Tibetan Border Police, Ministry of Home Affairs

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    The Basic Training Centre of ITB Police was established at Karera, Shivpuri (MP) in 1962. The Centre was shifted to Distt. Kullu (HP) in 1977, and to its present location, Bhanu, in District Panchkula (Haryana) in the month of June 1991.

    Basic Training Centre chisels and shapes new entrants at the levels of Constables and Head Constables and turns them into a combat soldier capable of performing border management tasks as well multidimensional tasks like Counter Insurgency Operations and Internal Security.

    Educational Facilities

    The Training Centre has specialised in the training of ‘Instructors’ in Drill, Weapons, PT and Judo and therefore also attracts trainees from State and Central Police Forces. It also conducts in-service training of section level commanders,besides having a separate wing for training of dogs and horses and its handlers and riders.

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