J&K bags 8 Union Home Minister’s medal for excellence in police training
Ganderbal, Jan 15 (KNO): The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has been awarded with eight prestigious medals of the Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Police Training for the year 2021-22 ahead of Republic day 2023.
As per the details available with the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Police Training School Manigam has bagged two medals and the officers who have been awarded the medals include Dysp Syed Ahmad Badhana for Administration and Inspector Adil Bashir Makhdoomi for Indoor Category.
The objective of the institution of Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Police Training is to recognize the importance of Training and the Trainers in Police organizations and make training a respectable assignment and also to promote the quality of training and training institutions in the country.
An official while talking to KNO, said that out of 320, the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has bagged 8 medals.
“The Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Police Training is established to recognize the significance of training and trainers within police organizations.”
The goal of this prestigious award is to inspire police personnel to excel in the field of training and to make training a respected assignment. This award aims to increase the enthusiasm of trainers to improve the quality of training and training institutions in the country, he said.
“The award comes with a certificate signed by the Union Home Minister, a one-time cash reward of Rs 25,000, and the names of the awardees are published in the Gazette of India and a register of such names is kept in the Ministry of Home Affairs and Bureau of Police Research and Development.”—(KNO)