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537 constable trainees pass out from NPTS
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JAN 20 (NPN):
Published on 21 Jan. 2011 12:39 AM IST
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The ceremonial attestation parade of the 58th batch recruit constable basic trainees of District Executive Force (DEF), I.G. Intelligence, Jail Warders and Women Police was held at Nagaland Police Training School, Chumukedima on Thursday. A total of 537 trainees including 489 from DEF; 36 from INT, 12 Jail Warders and 39 Women Police personnel completed the eight months long training course.
The passing out parade was graced by Director General of Police Nagaland, K. Kire IPS as chief guest.
Welcoming the new recruits to the police fraternity, DGP Kire urged them to remember the oath of allegiance they took on the occasion.
“You know the oath taken to serve the department, people and the country, so remember the oath you have taken as long as you are in service”, said Kire.
He reminded the new recruits that police job was most challenging and a tough profession that needed much sacrifice. For this, Kire urged them to rise to their enormous tasks, keeping in mind their motto to serve the people.
“We should not been found lacking, when called by the citizens at trouble, we should respond immediately and police should be ready at all times”, Kire added.
The DGP expressed hope that the new recruits would face challenges with positive approach as they had already completed their training successfully.
Kire also lauded the PTS for the excellent job done during the last eight months.
On the occasion, sports persons from Nagaland Police force who have excelled at various district and state level competitions were also felicitated by Nagaland Police Sports Control Board.
Principal PTS, Narola Sophie in her brief report, stated the training started on May 10 with 557 personnel, however during the course of training, 19 trainees were dropped for various reasons and one women police trainee expired.
Best in turn out: UBC, Siedzevoto Angami (DEF Dimapur)
Best in P.T: UBC, Tinuyanger Ao (DEF, Mokokchung)
Best in drill: UBC, Kekhriengulie Metha (DEF, Kohima)
Best in Weapon handling: UBC, Hemu Kipgen (DEF Dimapur)
Best in law: WPC, Wonchibeni T. Murry (DEF, Wokha)
Best in LMG firing: ABC, Emosha Kent (PTS)
Best in rifle firing: UVC, Watiyanger Ao (DEF, Dimapur)
Good conduct: UBC, S. Mhathung Ezung (DEF Dimapur
Best woman police: WPC, Roseline Humtsoe (DEF Peren)
All Round Best: UBC, Tinuyanger Ao (DEF Mokokchung)

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