3,000 personnel of Delhi Police take part in passing out parade
New Delhi: The passing out parade of 44th batch of Probationer Sub Inspectors, 5th batch of Head Constables, Assistant Wireless operator and 113th (Male & Female) batch of Recruit Constables was held at Police Training College, Jharoda Kalan New Delhi On Thursday. They took their oath in a colourful ceremonial parade after successfully completing their basic training. Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal took the salute of the marching contingents. The parade was attended by Amulya Patnaik, Commissioner of Police, and other senior police officials.
Amongst 2,803 recruited constables, 973 are women. In constables, four are MBA, three MTch, five MSc, nine MCom, 116 MA, 51 BTech, 13 BCA, 7 BBA, 182 BSc, 3 BEd, 70 BCom, 997 BA, 16 JBT and 1,327 constables are 12th pass.
Statewise they are 928 from Uttar Pradesh, 822 from Rajasthan, 633 from Haryana, 317 from Delhi, 36 from Assam, 22 from Bihar, 16 from UttraKhand, 12 from Madhay Pradesh, four from Chandigarh, five from Punjab, two from Himachal Pradesh and one each is from Orrisa, West Bengal, Kerala and Arunachal Pradesh.
The Commissioner of Police welcomed the chief guest and congratulated the trainees on completion of their training. He reiterated that the role of a Sub Inspector, Head Constable and Constable in police force is very important as they are in the highest proportion in the department and in direct connect with public. As a result, public assessment of the work of these officials plays an important role in determining the image of police department.
"All Round Best" trophies were given by the Chief Guest to Sub Inspector Ritu Dangi, Head Constable Vinay Kumar, Constable Rajesh and Woman Constable Shivani for their best performances.
The Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal said that the role of police is most important in the metropolis like Delhi and they have to sympathise fully with the citizens and the weaker sections. He also advised to remain alert to deal with global terrorism, national security and cyber crime.