Indian Police

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AUTHOR, 2009 - Philosophy - 418 pages
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Indian Police is his new venture on police and policing in Indiaaits administration, failures, reasons and solutions are analyzed and discussed with illustrations supported by more than 30 years of experience at senior levels. This volume is a first-hand account of the observations, impressions and experiences of the author as an insider of the Indian police.
  

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Praveen Kumar with his more than three decades of government service at senior levels and as a poet of thirteen published collections and as an author of five volumes on matters of governance and administration is a familiar face in Indian intellectual circuits. His more than 30 contributions on governance and administration to prominent national dailies like The Hindu, Indian Express, Deccan Herald and Times of India and other periodicals and journals were extremely popular and often sensational by their innovative unorthodox thoughts.

 

Born  in  Mangalore  as  the  eldest  son  of  Shree  R.D.Suvarna  and  Smt. B.Sarojini, Praveen Kumar graduated in Science from St. Aloysius College, Mangalore, going on to obtain post-graduate degree in Literature from Mysore University. He also holds post-graduate diploma in Business Management as well as Higher Diploma in Cooperative Management. He also attended six advanced courses at the National Police Academy, Hyderabad. In his student days he was a prize-winning orator and writer.  He lives in Bangalore with his very own Golden Wonder; son, Pratheek and Smt. Jayashree. He is a familiar face in national seminars and TV networks in India as a Poet and thinker.

 

Stemming  from  his  varied  academic  background,  are  the  lively  far-ranging interests that have impelled him to write on subjects as diverse as matters of public interest and poetry, striking the perfect balance between the pursuance of vocation and avocation.

 

  

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