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Sunday, 19 July 2020

289 constables join police force

Hoshiarpur, July 18

A march past was held today on the occasion of the passing out parade of the 260th batch of constables of the Punjab Police, at the Police Recruits Training Centre (PRTC), Jahan Khelan, 10 km from the district headquarters. As many as 289 recruit constables — 256 men and 33 women — took part in the passing out parade.

The contingents followed social distancing norms during the march past. The first position was bagged by woman constable Amisha Sharma, while the parade commander was constable Harpreet Kaur.

Commandant Rakesh Kaushal said, “The PRTC, Jahan Khelan, is one of the best recruit training centres in India and trainees passing out from here are fully trained to perform duties assigned to them in a professional manner.” He said the trainees had undergone a rigorous training of nine months and had been taught both practical and theoretical subjects. Talking about the modernisation of the PRTC, Jahan Khelan, the Commandant said, “Various modernisation projects are underway in this centre and very soon there will be smart classrooms and other state of the art training features which will further optimise the training capacity of this centre.”

He said precautions regarding Covid- 19 and instructions in this regard were being followed at the centre. — OC

from The Tribune

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