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Passing out parade of CRPF SIs held

Covai Post Network


CRPF Director-General Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar on Wednesday reviewed the parade-cum-attestation ceremony of 100 Sub-Inspector Cadets of 90th Batch of Directly Appointed Subordinate Officers (DASO).

The ceremony was held at Central Training College campus on the outskirts, where Bhatnagar presented awards and lauded the commendable training imparted by the college to the trainees.
CRPF, which was raised in 1939 as Crown Representative Police, has a distinction of being the World’s Largest Paramilitary Force with 241 Battalions, which include 10 Rapid Action Force, 10 CoBRA and six Mahila Battalions.

Professional approach and patriotic fervor have catapulted this force to the height of unparalled glory and success and relentlessly been endeavoring to achieve new pedestals by adopting modern techniques.

The DASOs have taken the oath and dedicated themselves to the service of the nation by upholding the law of the country. Knowledge, Skills and attitude which are the most important ingredients of professionalism, have been imparted to the trainees through advanced teaching methodologies by using state of the art training aids.

Subjects relating to Internal Security and Global terrorism were also taught in depth to enable these young subordinate officers to face the present day challenges confidently and efficiently.
Apart from these, they have been put through extensive jungle exercises, so that hey can effectively counter Anti National Elements operating in the jungles and also been sensitized on human rights, gender bias social issues.

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