New batch of women police recruits pass out

Inspector General of Police (Northern Range) K Ramachandra Rao said women staff should shun their inferiority complex and work efficiently to discharge their duties.

He noted this during the passing out parade of the 16 batch of women police training school held at police parade ground here on Friday.

Rao said the strength of the women staff in the department was a meager 10% which has now enhanced to 20%.

He called upon the passing out recruits to work diligently to uphold law as per the aspirations of the department. It was good sign that women holding degrees and post graduates were joining the department.

The police would be getting good salaries in the near future women would also get priority while joining the department, he stated.

Serve the people

As many as 165 passing out women recruits who successfully under went eight month training will be deployed across various police stations. They pledged before the tricolor and police flag to protest the life, property and serve the people and would not hesitate to sacrifice while rendering services towards the motherland.

Earlier Ramachandra Rao reviewed the impressive march past. The women passing out recruits team recorded the first to pass out officially with commands given in Kannada language. Recruits who had excelled in various competitions during the course of the training were given prizes on the occasion.

Sweta N, Kavya G, Pallavi N R bagged the first three prizes respectively in indoor activities, Shruti Akkole, Menka P D, Koushalya G secured the first three prizes in order in outdoor activities. Usha K P bagged first prize in firing, while Anita M bagged second, while Swatibai B A and Nagaratna S shared the third prize. Radha V was awarded with the DG and IGP special award.

Police Commissioner T G Krishna Bhatta, Superintendent of Police B R Ravikantegowda and senior police officers, parents were present.

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