ARTC&S holds attestation parade

ARTC&S  holds attestation parade
Major General, P C Nair decorating outstanding recruits after the attestation parade on August 6.
DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/7/2018 12:00:00 AM IST

 In an Attestation Parade held at Assam Rifles Training Centre and School (ARTC&S), Sukhovi on August 6, 346 recruits including 82 Mahila recruits were inducted into the force. The parade was reviewed by major general, P C Nair, IGAR (North) which was witnessed by a large audience including parents of the recruits.

According to deputy commandant SO-1 (Education) for commandant, P C Pandey, while addressing the recruits, IGAR (North) highlighted the antecedents of the Assam Rifles as the oldest Para Military force of the country and its diversified and all encompassing role in the present day environment, ranging from security to providing welfare and developmental assistance to the civil population.  He stated that North East was a strategic area and its security was of paramount importance, where Assam Rifles was playing a stellar role in this regard. 

IGAR (North) presented awards to the passing out recruits for their outstanding performance during their training. Rfn Rahul Singh was awarded the medal for being the best all round recruit. Rfn Brijesh Kumar, Rfn L A Niran Singha, Rfn Rajesh Barman and Rfn Them Hokip were awarded the medal for being best in firing. Rfn Dilip Kumar, Rfn Appu Debbarma, Rfn Vijay Thapa and Rfn Choung Hokip were awarded the medal for being best in drill; while Rfn Ajay Dorji, Rfn A Triputi Rao, Rfn Manoj Singh, and Rfn Sita Chaturvedi were awarded the medal for being best in physical training.



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