The North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA), Umiam has been honoured with the coveted “Utkrisht” accreditation by the Capacity Building Commission.
The accreditation was granted to the academy after a comprehensive assessment carried out by the National Accreditation Board of Education and Training (NABET) in terms of state-of-the-art facilities, distinguished faculty, meticulously crafted curriculum, and the infrastructure that supports the mission.
NEPA is a premier police training institution under the aegis of the Ministry of Home Affairs that provides training of police personnel from the North Eastern states and across the country.
In addition to basic training for directly recruited Deputy Superintendents of Police (DySP) and Sub-Inspectors (SI), NEPA offers specialized in-service courses, online courses, and webinars.
Furthermore, NEPA training extends its reach to officers from the armed forces, central armed police forces, judiciary, prisons, parliament security, and others.
NEPA also offers training of police officers from neighbouring countries like Bangladesh and Myanmar.
An official statement said the accreditation is a mark of distinction that NEPA proudly carries from October 27, 2023, to October 26, 2025.
“The accreditation serves as a resounding testament to the unwavering commitment and dedication displayed by the Director, faculty, and staff of NEPA. Their dedication to upholding the highest standards of professionalism and competence in the training of law enforcement officers has been acknowledged,” it said.
The Certificate of Accreditation was officially received by NEPA Director Anurag Agarwal in the presence of faculty and staff of the academy.