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Passing-out parade at PTS

Women recruit constable passing-out at the combined attestation parade held at Police Training Center (PTS), Chumukedima Wednesday (NP)
Staff Reporter, DIMAPUR, Dec 3:
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Published on 4 Dec. 2008 2:12 AM IST
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A total of 148 police personnel, comprising of 127 women police belonging to various courses including 33rd batch of cadet ASI basic course, 56th batch recruit constable basic course and 4th batch condensed basic course for computer operators on completion of one year long training passed out of Police Training School (PTS), Chumukedima on Wednesday. State DGP addressing the passing-out parade, attended by officers of PTS, senior officers and family members of trainees, congratulated the recruits for successfully undergoing the training by overcoming hardships and obstacles during training period. He announced that state government, after realizing the importance of the role of women police in policing has sanctioned seven posts each of women constables in all the districts. DGP also asserted that government and department would extend its sincere effort to provide all facilities to equip the force by training and keeping them prepared. Stating that policing today has become very complex, with new challenges everyday, state DGP urged police personnel to keep pace with all those progress to out pass them "otherwise we will be caught sleeping and when an unforeseen situation occurs we will be unprepared to tackle it," he added. He also called upon all the officers and jawans to face new challenges and update themselves, both physically and mentally, in order to be prepared for ever mounting tasks demanded by modern society. Further, Changkija reminded recruits to realize the circumstances into which they would be stepping into. "You should be prepared to face any eventualities because your preparedness shows how ready are to face the challenges ahead," he asserted. State police chief also expressed his confidence that they would be able to face challenges with confidence, dedication, sincerity and loyality, keeping in mind the primary concern for protecting the life and property of common man, at the same time respecting their human rights. State director-general of police, earlier reviewed the passing out parade and took the salute. He also presented the various meritorious awards to passing out cadets. The successful passing-out parade consisted of 2 ABSIs both women, 16 ASIs, out of which 10 were women, 95 recruit constables, out of which 93 were women and 35 computer operators out of which 22 were women. The highest contingent of women trainees in the record of state police training school so far.

 
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