Kashmir Indepth
Kashmir

DGP sanctions scholarship for wards of Police personnel

Jammu, Feb 03 : Continuing with its endeavour to boost the morale and assist the wards of those Police personnel who sacrificed their lives for nation or died while performing their duties, Director General of Police, Shri Dilbag Singh sanctioned scholarship of over rupees one lakh in favour of twenty school going wards.

Vide order No. 314 of PHQ, rupees twelve thousand have been sanctioned in favour of Arshika Altaf who is pursuing MFSc and rupees ten thousand each have been sanctioned for Avneet Kour and Benish Khan doing graduation, rupees Six thousand each have been sanctioned in favour of Mehtab Zaheer and Priyanshi Sharma studying in 8th class. Similarly, rupees twenty-four
Hundred each have been sanctioned for Amanat Ali, Somaya Zaheer and Mohammad Huzaif studying in classes 5th, 4th and UKG respectively.

Similarly vide order No. 360 of PHQ five thousand each have been sanctioned in favour of wards of deceased Police personnel who died while in service due to natural/ accidental deaths. Those awarded scholarships are studying in different classes of primary & middle include Masrat Ashraf, Nighat Ashraf, Basit Lateef, Taliya Lateef, Jatin Sharma, Sahil Sharma, Azra Jan, Shahid Irshad, Rubeena & Rustum.

The DGP also sanctioned Meritorious Scholarship of rupees four thousand each vide order No. 369 in favour of Anil Singh and Sharad Kumar wards of serving SPOs for securing above 80% marks in class 10th during the academic session 2018-19.
The amount has been sanctioned out of Central Police Education Fund/Police Pariwar Fund. 

The scholarships are granted every year for the school going children of police martyrs to provide them assistance in pursuing education & to boost their morale. 

Related posts

Pulse Polio Immunisation: Over 95 percent of target population covered on launch day in Srinagar

Kashmir Indepth

MACC Kashmir calls on Advisor Khan, appreciates his initiatives towards sports promotion in J&K

Kashmir Indepth

Kashmir to access 2 internet tomorrow

Kashmir Indepth

Handwara Police busts terror module, 4 militants among 7 arrested

Kashmir Indepth

Broadband internet services restored in 80 government run hospitals: Police

Kashmir Indepth

NC will talk to militants, Hurriyat if comes to power: Akbar Lone

Kashmir Indepth

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy