C. Sylendra Babu
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C. Sylendra Babu
|Birthday||05 June 1962 (Tuesday)|
|Birth Place||Kuzhithurai , Kanyakumari , Tamil Nadu|
|Age (in 2021)||58 years 10 months 9 days Old|
|Height||in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in Feet Inches- 5' 8" ins
|Weight||in Kilograms- 72 kg
in Pounds- 158.73 lbs
C. Sylendra Babu was Created on 05-06-1962 in Kuzhithurai in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. He is an Indian IPS Officer, Motivator & Writer.
C. Sylendra Babu Biography, Relationship & Career
C. Sylendra Babu is an IPS (Indian Police Service) Officer who passed out from the 1987 batch who belongs to the cadre of Tamil Nadu. He is currently posted as the ADG (Additional Director General) of Police of the Coastal Security Group in Tamil Nadu. He’s done a Ph.D. in Criminology from the University of Madras.
Sylendra Babu is best known to strictly follow a training method and has also published a book about how best to keep oneself physically fit in Tamil. He has himself actively supported and participated in various sports like athletics, swimming, cycling and shooting. He has represented India at the running occasion of 100 meters in the Asian Masters Athletic Championships held in Bangkok in 2004. Besides that, he’s also taken part in several 10k runs such as the Coimbatore Marathon and the Chennai Marathon.
He took his training at the National Police Academy at Hyderabad. He has served in various districts of Tamil Nadu and later was made the DIG of Police at Tiruchirapalli. Thereafter, he was made the Chief Vigilance Officer at Karur and has also served as Commissioner of Police in Coimbatore before eventually becoming Inspector-General for Northern Zone in Chennai.
While he was serving as the Commissioner of Coimbatore city, he made compulsory by introducing computer literacy program in several schools which are connected with Lead India 2020. He was instrumental in adopting the colleges from the local police station under the program. He has also started karate camps in a variety of women’s colleges and urge women to learn self-defence.