Man who couldn't be SI is now in IPS
The Times of India Mumbai|November 11, 2021
Three years ago, when Sirisetti Sankeerth lost the 800 metres race by a few seconds, his dreams of becoming a police officer went up in smoke, or so he thought.
Srinath.Vudali

Hyderabad:

Come Friday and Sankeerth will now march shoulder-to-shoulder with 132 fellow IPS trainees at the ‘dikshant parade’ of trainee IPS officers passing out from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad. The 27-year-old failed to realise his dream of getting into the police service and becoming a sub-inspector after he failed to clear the mandatory 800 metres run to check the fitness of candidates three years ago.

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