Modernization of police continues, 66th convocation of new constables held
Gwalior, 19 October 2014: To construct and spoil police’s image, the role of police constable is very important. Whenever police man discharges his obligations, he should remember the sworn to patriotism which he took while joining public service. This advice was given by Director General of Police Surendra Sinh during the 66th convocation parade of new constables at police training center Tigra dam. At the convocation ceremony IG Gwalior Zone Adarsh Katiyar, SSP Santosh Singh, Retired ADG S.S. Shukla, Former DIG Ramlal Verma and other senior officers and family members of new constables were present.
During the passing out parade Director General of Police recalled the glorious history and high traditions of the police to new constables and said police work is a quite challenging task. Due to the increasing workload policeman often feel stress but it is necessary we focus on our fitness and stay healthy. He said police should communicate directly with the public, for that it is essential that personnel dealing with the general public should be sensitive and supportive as doctor with the patient in hospital. He said through state government continuous efforts are being made for police modernization and expansion of innovative technologies along with increasing the number of force. He also advised the new constables from BE, B.Tech, MBA to give advantage of their ability to department and society.
Earlier, principal of training center M.L. Chhari said PTS Tigra was founded in 1960. So far 66 batch of constables have passed out from this institution. 615 constables in the 66th batch has successfully received their training. He said the training sessions are given in the form of theoretical and practical training. He said from the amount of 13th Finance Commission, new training center building, library, playground and parade ground are being built.
Prior in open jeep, DGP took the inspection and salute by the 9 teams of new constables and was sworn in by Police Superintendent and Principal Chhari. The best workers in the training session was also honoured with the citation by the Director General.
Command parade was led by Ajay Singh Rajput. Manish Yadav from Ujjain was declared as the best cadet in training. Second place was bagged by Arun Harune from Hoshangabad. At training, chief Rahul Prajapati of 9th team in overall best team and Sergeant Instructor of team Pramod Dixit were awarded with Rs. 1,000 cash. The function was operated by Kadambari Arya and Inspector P.K. Saraswat did the thanksgiving.
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