Adding English to students' skills

Police Public School to recruit faculty to teach the language

Taking cognisance of its significance, Karnataka State Police Welfare Trust is roping in an exclusive faculty to teach English at Police Public School here. This was announced by IGP (Southern range) A S N Murthy at the second anniversary celebrations of Police Public School on Thursday. The IGP is the Chairman of the trust that runs the school.

In his call to the students, the IGP said, “If you are able to grasp the nuances of English you can lead life in any part of the world”. Recalling his nascent days as a student the IGP said the school lacked English and Maths teachers.

Apart from giving impetus to English, it has been decided to introduce vehicle facility to the students of the school. Recently, nine teachers have been recruited and shortly the post of vice-principal would also be filled. The school is already equipped with 20 computers and additional 30 to 40 computers are expected from Infosys Technologies, the IGP added.

He wished that the students of the school, none other than children of police personnel aim high breaking the juggernaut of civil services. He also gave a clarion call to the parents to join hands in taking the school to numero uno position.

Police Commissioner Sunil Agarwal asserted that they will leave no stone unturned in giving quality education on par with other educational institutions in the city.

Prizes were distributed to the students, parents and teachers who had won in various competitions. Superintendent of Police Manish Karbikar, also the secretary of the trust, Preethi Agarwal and School Principal Usha Rao were present.

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