287 probationer SIs pass out

287 probationer SIs pass out

Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy receives the guard of honour by graduating 41 Battalion of Police Sub-Inspectors at Police Parade Ground, in Mysuru on Monday.

After inspecting the guard of honour, during the Passing Out Parade of 41 Battalion of Police Sub-Inspectors at Police Parade Ground, here, the Chief Minister said, “It is the prime duty of the police officers to uphold the law of land and dignity of the department by working with responsibility.

“The Karnataka Police department has a good name in the country, because of the contributions of senior officers. Hence you should utilise this opportunity and follow the discipline imbibed during the training.”

A total of 287 probationer police sub-inspectors underwent training for 11 months at the Karnataka Police Academy (KPA). Out of them, 50 are women and 237 are men.

Out of 287 police sub-inspectors, two have completed M.Tech, one ME, 56 BE, one B.Tech, nine degree holders from the Army, 97 BA, two BA LLB, three BBA, one LLM, seven BBM, three BCA, 28 BCom, 29 BSc, one BBS, four BEd, one BHSC, four BPharma, 18 MA, two MBA, six MCom, three MSW and nine MSc degree holders.

KPA Director Vipul Kumar administered the oath to the probationary police sub-inspectors. Probationary police sub-inspector Tipu Sultan Nayakwadi has been adjudged the All Round Best Probationer while G Shruthi secured the Best Lady Probationer award.

Home Minister M B Patil, Director General and Inspector General of Police Neelmani Raju, DGP (Training) Padam Kumar Garg and IGP S Ravi were present.