Integration tour of Assam Rifles reaches IMA Dehradun
DIMAPUR — The national integration tour of Assam Rifles, which began in Kohima on February 3 and includes 20 students from Kohima College, Kohima Science College, Sazolie College, and Oriental College, reached the Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun on Wednesday.
According to an update, during their visit to the IMA, the students were hosted by the commandant and given insights into the rigorous training and values instilled at the academy. This offered the students a glimpse into the lives of armed force personnel.
In addition to their visit to the IMA, the students had the opportunity to explore the surroundings of the Buddha Temple in Dehradun, the update mentioned.
On February 6, the participants visited the Forest Research Institute of India (FRI) in Dehradun, where they learned about the vital role of forestry in sustainable development. The participants also met with the Governor of Uttarakhand.
The group visited Malsi Deer Park, where they had the chance to observe and learn about wildlife conservation efforts. The tour also included visits to Rajpur Road and Pacific Mall.
Security meet at Tening
Assam Rifles conducted a security meeting in Tening Town, Peren district, on Tuesday. It was attended by a total of 67 villagers, including 15 gaon burahs, 17 village council members, and representatives of civil society organisations, as well as Tening Police Station.
The aim of the security meeting was to discuss issues related to the security of the area and the sharing of information regarding any untoward incidents, as well as foster coordination and convergence on matters of mutual interest between the security forces and the public.
Attendees were briefed on potential security threats in the region and informed about the continuous efforts of the Assam Rifles to uphold peace and harmony in the area, the update said.
Renovates Govt. Primary School in Kiphire
As part of its civic action programme for the financial year 2023–24, Assam Rifles undertook the renovation of the Government Primary School at Mutinkhong village, Kiphire district.
Upon completion of the renovation work, which spanned a month, the school was handed over to the village on Tuesday.
The month-long project encompassed the provision of desks, benches, tables, electric fittings, basic repair and maintenance of doors and windows, replacement of broken planks, and the installation of new tin sheets for the entire roof, along with a painting overhaul.
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