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If you fail as policeman, your life is doomed: Besesayo Kezo

By EMN Updated: Sep 21, 2014 1:22 am

Staff Reporter
Dimapur, September 20

The ceremonial attestation parade of the 61st batch Recruit Constables (RC) of District Executive Force (DEF), I.G. (INT), I.G. (crime), NPTO, Jail warders and State Vigilance Commission was held today at Nagaland Police Training School (NPTS) Parade Ground, Chumukedima with Director General of Police (DGP) Besesayo Kezo (IPS) as the chief guest.  Besesayo Kezo congratulating the 317 passed out police personnel cited that becoming a police is like a ‘second birth in life’ as everything will be different for how life used to be in the past.
He said that the purpose of education is not only to learn how to read and write but it also gives basic thoughts of how to live in a real world.
To all the passed out police personnel, the DGP said that the future is bright and progressive if duties are performed and accomplished honestly and rules are put to practice.
He advised the passed out constables to perform every duties and obey every rules if he/she wants to retire not as a constable but as officers as there had been constables who retired without any promotions for not performing their duties as directed.
‘If you fail as a policeman, your life is doomed,’ said the DGP.
Besesayo Kezo said that Nagaland today witnessing so many social and political issues, honest policeman will face so many challenges while performing duties which should be accomplished. He said that honest personnel are enemies of all anti-social elements and should overcome all criticisms and face every challenge with a positive attitude.
Besesayo Kezo challenged the 317 passed out constables who have sworn to serve the state to be honest for reaching the goal of being a policeman.
The 61st batch of trainees who started their training at NPTS in January 2014 has culminated today. Altogether 323 reported for the training initially but during the training course 6 trainees were released on disciplinary and other grounds, reported the Principal of NPTS. Out of the 317 passed out police personnel, 21 were women police.
The report of the training provided by the Principal briefed the qualification of the present batch of trainees with 3 M.A students, 14 graduates, 65 P.U, 74 Matriculate and 160 under matric.
The principal also highlighted that the trainees were imparted diversified training both physical and mental conditioning and toughening, and basic knowledge of the various legal acts.
‘Throughout the training much emphasis was stressed on discipline, loyalty, sincerity and devotion to duty, sacrifice and service for the society before self,’ said the principal of NPTS.
The Ceremonial Attestation Parade was performed by various official ceremonies like oath taking ceremony, inspection of parades by the chief guests, etc.

Awardees of the 61st batch RC basic training
1. Best in P.T : RC Kughaghe Chophy (DEF Kohima)
2. Best in Drill: RC Anozo Viswentso (Prison Peren)
3. Best in Turn-out: RC R. Soyhunlo Megh( DEF Kohima)
4. Best in Legal studies: RC. Lanujungba (Prison Mkg)
5. Best in Firing: RC. Thejasetuo Solo(DEF Kohima)
6. Best in Weapon Handling: RC. R. Soyhunlo Megh( DEF Kohima)
7. Exemplary Conduct: RC Hekavi. Y (INT Kohima)
8. Best women trainee: RC Liola Stm. (INT Kohima)
9. All round best: RC R. Soyhunlo Megh( DEF Kohima)

By EMN Updated: Sep 21, 2014 1:22:02 am