Mr. Alok Mohan IPS – Indian Police Service, ADGP – Additional General Director of Police (A Three Star General) in Karnataka State, India, with 25 years of experience in pubic protection and service. He has held numerous esteemed assignments at the state, national and worldwide levels and is right now seeking after a Master of Public Management Program as a partner of Lew Kuan Yew.
Mr. Alok Mohan joined the elite Indian police benefit in 1987 at 22 years old in the wake of finishing his advanced education at the renowned Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee and Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. His testing undertakings in the state incorporate functioning as District Superintendent of Police, Deputy Inspector General of Police, State CID, Joint Police Commissioner, City of Bangalore and Inspector General of the Western Range Police, Mangalore.
Mr. Alok Mohan IPS headed the observation and reconnaissance wings of the urban advancement and vitality offices in the state and was on the top managerial staff of the five vitality appropriation organizations. At the national level, Mr. Mohan filled in as Assistant Inspector General of the Police at the Central Industrial Security Force in New Delhi and headed the operations and the inward security wing for the first class paramilitary power 90,000 more than the focal government.
At the worldwide level, Mohan drove the multinational police team of UN peacekeeping operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has been with British police in the lofty “Senior Command Course” and as a buddy to the esteemed “Propelled Management Program” of the Higher School of Administrative Personnel of India, went to comprehensively prestigious foundations in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Switzerland.
Mr. Alok Mohan is awarded with the Prestigious President of the Meritorious Services of India Police Medal, President of the India Police Medal for Distinguished Services and UN Peace Medal.
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