STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Recognizing the achievements of police personnel wards in competitive examinations, the Director-General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh has granted special reward of Rs 2.20 lakh in favour of 22 wards of serving police personnel who have qualified different competitive examination during the year 2019. Rs 10,000 each along with commendation certificate Class-1 has been granted vide PHQ order No. 4564 in favour of 22 police wards for qualifying different competitive examinations. The special reward has been granted out of Central Police Welfare Fund. Those who have been given special reward for qualifying MBBS include Mehak Shamus, Waseem Imtiyaz, Kehkishaan Uzma, Kunal Singh, Dinsha Mankotia, Shallu Devi, Tabish Mushtaq, Sachini Singh, Iqra Nazir, Mudasir Mohi-Ud-din Lone, Waheed Ahmad Deader, Mohammad Sameer and Prinka Sharma. Aryaman Parihar, Sahil Qayoom and Chahit Kumar were rewarded for qualifying B.Tech. Diksha, Mudassir Hussain and Rahil Dutta qualified Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)-2019. Anuj Sharma and Amandeep for qualifying B.V Sc & AH, SKUAST Jammu-2019. Rafiq Nabi for qualifying B Sc (Agriculture), SKUAST Kashmir-2019. To boost the morale of aspiring wards of martyrs, serving/retired police personnel and wards of deceased police personnel, Police Headquarters under different heads is sanctioning special rewards for police wards for qualifying different examinations from time to time so as to promote competitiveness among them.
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