R. N. Chaud­hary, Founder and Di­rec­tor IPRA Se­cu­rity So­lu­tions (P) Ltd.

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Be­ing within the top club of elit­ist rank­ing in your arena of op­er­a­tions is not as simple as it looks. It takes per­se­ver­ance, fo­cused vi­sion and pas­sion to take one to the ul­ti­mate goal, and this is what IPRA Se­cu­rity So­lu­tions (P) Ltd., es­tab­lished in the year 2011, has al­ways be­lieved, prac­ticed and de­liv­ered. Mr. R. N. Chaud­hary, Di­rec­tor of IPRA Se­cu­rity So­lu­tions (P) Ltd says proudly, “We are called as one of the top qual­ity se­cu­rity ser­vice provider”, as this com­pany is into of­fer­ing se­cu­rity guards, PSOs, arm-men and caters mostly to the seg­ment of Em­bassies and MNCs in Delhi/NCR. At present, they are pro­vid­ing about 1500 se­cu­rity guards to al­most 35 em­bassies some of which are Ar­me­nia, Afghanistan, Is­rael, Italy, France, Ukraine, Ger­many, Sey­chelles, Viet­nam, Kuwait, Saudi Ara­bia and Botswana. IPRA is reck­oned as one of the lead­ers in im­part­ing qual­ity se­cu­rity guard­ing ser­vices to Em­bassies and MNCs. IPRA, on its pay­roll, turned in with Rs. 5.5 crore for the year 201617. This com­pany fol­lows all the Gov­ern­ment Laws like EPF,ESI and Min­i­mum wages ac­cord­ing to the cat­e­gories which are Grad­u­ated, Skilled or Semi-Skilled (who is 10+2 ed­u­cated). A mat­ter of pride for them is that they have re­tained al­most 80 per­cent of their staff for the last five years.In ad­di­tion, IPRA fo­cuses to ex­pand its se­cu­rity so­lu­tions in other metropoli­tan cities like Kolkata, Mum­bai and Chen­nai. Other Di­rec­tor in its top man­age­ment team is Mr. Pawan Chaud­hary, Mr. Chaud­hary’s sec­ond son, who also holds good knowl­edge and un­der­stand­ing about se­cu­rity busi­ness and has been run­ning the busi­ness with his Fa­ther since last six years. He is known for his busi­ness ethics, de­ter­mi­na­tion and pas­sion for de­liv­er­ing qual­ity ser­vices. Mr. Chaud­hary’s vi­sion for the next three years is to have 5,000 se­cu­rity guards all across the coun­try. An­other feather on IPRA’s cap is that, it has man­aged to keep all its clients since the last half decade. Mr. R. N. Chaud­hary be­lieves that “It is sheer­hard work and hon­esty which has paid div­i­dends for us in this busi­ness and gone a long way in con­tribut­ing to our stand­ing in

the in­dus­try.” In ad­di­tion, he as­serts that, “It was Pro­fes­sor Ashir Ataive, am­bas­sador of Turk­menistan, who is an im­por­tant per­son be­hind my suc­cess.”He was the first per­son to iden­tify that Mr. Chaud­hary could be a gem for the se­cu­rity arena for Em­bassies. A breakup of tasks which IPRA un­der­takes in­cludes spe­cialised se­cu­rity, ex­ec­u­tive pro­tec­tion, event se­cu­rity and elec­tronic se­cu­rity so­lu­tions. The com­pany takes care to ob­serve the five ba­sic rules for se­cu­rity pur­poses: Se­lec­tion, Train­ing, Mo­ti­va­tion, Ded­i­ca­tion and Cus­tomer Care. Se­cu­rity guards, who work on a round-the-clock ba­sis for clients, have proper co-or­di­na­tion with the lo­cal po­lice and fire bri­gade au­thor­i­ties.IPRA is a strong be­liever of the fact that “Se­cu­rity is very sen­si­tive busi­ness and calls for thor­ough and com­mit­ted pro­fes­sional and spe­cialised ex­per­tise as per given set of re­quire­ments for the ut­most sat­is­fac­tion of clients.” This se­cu­rity out­fit is reg­is­tered with the Gov­ern­ment of Delhi un­der the Pri­vate Se­cu­rity Agen­cies Reg­u­la­tion Act, 2005. In ad­di­tion, it also takes on se­cu­rity re­lated projects for In­di­vid­u­als, Group Hous­ing So­ci­eties, Pri­vate Res­i­dences and Multi-Na­tional Com­pa­nies. Mr. Chaud­hary, who is renowned for his set of busi­ness ethics in his group of clients in­clud­ing diplo­mats, busi­ness­men and gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials, also has a very good rep­u­ta­tion among his col­leagues and com­peti­tors, alike. One ace up the sleeve of this se­cu­rity so­lu­tion provider is that they are to­tally com­mit­ted in hav­ing per­sonal com­mu­ni­ca­tion with clients and are flex­i­ble to their de­mands. Mr.Chaud­hary’s work ethics is hinged on the fact that qual­ity is not be­ing a big name in the mar­ket by de­mand­ing un­rea­son­able prices, hav­ing a com­plex sys­tem and be­ing dif­fi­cult to adapt. It is rather, in be­ing size enough to be read­ily ac­ces­si­ble to cus­tomers, serv­ing them with a per­sonal touch and be­ing flex­i­ble enough to adapt our busi­ness pro­cesses and to serv­ing chang­ing de­mands. In­ter­est­ingly, the train­ing which each se­cu­rity guard who is in­ducted into this com­pany un­der­goes in­cludes knowl­edge given about the pri­vate se­cu­rity agency law, con­duct in pub­lic and cor­rect way of wear­ing uni­form, phys­i­cal fit­ness train­ing, fire fight­ing de­tails, crowd con­trol tac­tics, the nu­ances of ex­am­in­ing iden­ti­fi­ca­tion pa­pers like pass­ports, smart cards and iden­tity cards, iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of im­pro­vised ex­plo­sive de­vices, first aid and giv­ing im­por­tant tips on cri­sis and dis­as­ter man­age­ment. Like men­tioned be­fore, qual­ity ser­vices come first and fore­most at IPRA. Thus, this one aspect comes be­fore all else here. Since this and ded­i­ca­tion to duty cou­pled with good cus­tomer care have been the pri­mary bench­marks for ush­er­ing in this se­cu­rity provider’s suc­cess, ac­cord­ing to IPRA “We are al­ways go­ing to take ut­most care for al­ways main­tain­ing a place of re­pute in such at­tributes.” With such a staunch com­mit­ment to ethic­sand prin­ci­ples, it would not be sur­pris­ing at all to see the IPRA name carv­ing out a much big­ger niche for it­self in its work spec­trum.

R. N. Chaud­hary (Founder and Di­rec­tor)

R. N. Chaud­hary (Sit­ting) with Pawan Chaud­hary

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