Online registrations open for Delhi Police 17th Self-Defence Summer Camp May-June 2019


Would you like to register for a free self-defense training camp for girls in New Delhi? Want to enroll your son for a gender sensitisation program for boys? The Special Police Unit for Women & Children (SPUWAC) has announced its 17th self-defense training camp for the summer of 2019. This article provides a detailed schedule, including the venues and times of the camps.

The Special Police Unit for Women & Children (SPUWAC), Delhi Police invites online registrations for its 17th Self-Defence Summer Camp May 2019. This is part of their 'SASHAKTI' self-defence initiative There are no fees for participation in this camp. Other than the self-defence training programs, there are also street plays, workshops on using the Himmat App, gender sensitisation programs for boys and the screening of a short film. Five schools have been selected as venues for the various programs.

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The participants must bring a recent photo and a copy of any Govt.-issued photo ID, preferably Aadhar Card/Election Card, at the time of registration at the venue.

Schedule of the Camp programs

Self-Defence Training Programs

The training in self-defence will be held on all days except Sundays from 27th May to 12th June 2019, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The venues are listed below.

  1. DAV Centenary Public School: B-4, Pocket-5, Narela, New Delhi-110040.

  2. SM Arya Public School: Road No.45, C-Block, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi-110026.

  3. Jeevan Jyoti Senior Secondary School: Dayalpur, Karawal Nagar, Mazaar Wali Road, Delhi-110094.

  4. N.R. Convent Senior Secondary School: Shiv Ram Park, Phase-2, Nilothi More, Nangloi, Delhi-110041.

  5. Laxman Public School: Sarvpriya Vihar, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110041.




Street play and Himmat App workshops

The Nukkad Natak/Street play program and Himmat App workshop will be held on different dates, all at 11.15 a.m. at the various schools. The schedule is as follows -

  1. On 29th May 2019 at DAV Centenary Public School.

  2. On 30th May 2019 at SM Arya Public School.

  3. On 31st May 2019 at Jeevan Jyoti Senior Secondary School.

  4. On 1st June 2019 at N.R. Convent Senior Secondary School.

  5. On 3rd June 2019 at Laxman Public School.




Gender sensitisation programs and film

The program to instill gender sensitisation and the screening of the short film Komal (Nirbheek) will be held at 11.30 a.m. as per this schedule is given below.
  1. On 30th May 2019 at DAV Centenary Public School.

  2. On 31st May 2019 at SM Arya Public School.

  3. On 1st June 2019 at Jeevan Jyoti Senior Secondary School.

  4. On 3rd June 2019 at N.R. Convent Senior Secondary School.

  5. On 4th June 2019 at Laxman Public School.

How to register

Online registrations will be accepted at SPUWC registration website up to 8th May 2019. You can select the preferred venue from the options provided. Registrations at the school venues will be accepted up to 8th May 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Specifically for gender sensitization for boys, register at: http://selfdefense.spuwac.com/gender-sensitization-session-for-boys/.

Contact information

For further details of the camp call: 011-26527699.
Email: dcp.spuwc@delhipolice.gov.in
Women's Helpline: 1091.
Note: Other than these training camps, SPUWC can also organize self-defense training to groups of women and adolescent girls of any age group in their own area or at their main centre. You can send a request to the ACP, Self-Defence at this address: Special Police unit (Women & Children), Nanakpura, South Moti Bagh, New Delhi-110021.

Ph: 24673366, 24672777.
Website: http://selfdefense.spuwac.com/


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