DGP reviews passing out parade of 4th batch of UBRC at 6th Battalion, Umran

SHILLONG, JULY 9: The passing out parade of the 4th batch of UBRC was reviewed by the Director General of Police (DGP) Idashisha Nongrang at the 6th Battalion, Umran on Tuesday.
Congratulating the newly recruits, Nongrang said, “I am glad to hear that we have so many graduates and post graduates amongst the 104 UBRC. It is a reflection of the time when we do not have graduates and post graduates opting to become constables of the Meghalaya police, it is reflection of the time also that with the passage of time change happened and these changes are welcomed.”
“Whatever your background, whatever your qualification, you are now part of the police force, you are expected to be disciplined,” she stated..
The DGP said, “As you passed out today, you have before you an unblemish report. There are some among you who have won prizes and this should be taken as an inspiration¬† and as a dedication as you have many more prizes to win. For those who have not, rest assured that there will be ample opportunities for you to win prizes and laurels for the Meghalaya police, for yourselves and for your country.”
“I take this opportunity to congratulate the armed training centre and all the instructors, who have put in alot of efforts to ensure these 104 constables and 7 followers, who are part of this parade today, who have done exceedingly well. They are the reflection of all the hardwork and dedication to duty that you as instructors have imparted onto them,” she said.
Nongrang said, “You have been given opportunity to learn about various things. As you step out into regular duty henceforth, you will be called upon to utilize all those inputs that have been given to you. You will also find that a number of things are not exactly what was taught in the training centres, you will also be faced with a number of choices, the only advise I can give you is that whatever choice you made be sure you take the choice that you can live with, a choice that will be reflective of the things and instructions that have been given to you and the priorities and principles that you hold most dearly.”
“The challenges before the Meghalaya police grow with each passing day, challenges that you especially as armed and unarmed branch constables will face even more,” she said while urging the newly recruit to be the leading light in the Meghalaya police in the years to come.
In his speech, Commandant of 6th Battalion Rituraj Ravi informed that the 6th Battalion was established on January 28, 2011 and shifted to its permanent campus at Umran in 2018.
“Though we are relatively a new and recent unit, the contributions of our training centre and 6th Battalion overall speaks for itself,” he said.
He informed that 104 UBRC are from all 12 districts and posted in 7 DEFs. Talking about the qualification of the constables, Ravi said 2 are diploma holders, 22 are HSSLC passed, 66 graduates and 14 post graduates.
Meanwhile, the DGP also distributed trophies to the winners.
Batsrang A Sangma (Nongpoh DEF) was awarded with the best trainee in physical training, Toribateibok Ksiar (Baghmara DEF) with best disciplined trainee, Mike Donbor Marngar (Tura DEF) for best trainee indoor subjects, Monkiru Dhar (Tura DEF) foor best trainee in outdoor subjects, Iohlang Lathong (Baghmara DEF) for best trainee in firing and Saurav Bhusha (Baghmara DEF) for best cadet trainee.

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