Passing Out Parade Ceremony of 469 new constables, including men, women, and members of the third gender, concludes in the Police Training School, Mana

Raipur (| The passing out parade program of 469 male, female, and third-gender new constables concluded at the Parade Ground of Police Training School Mana in the chief hospitality of Inspector General of Police Mr. Ajay Yadav. 308 women and 12 third-gender new constables participated in the 29th session convocation ceremony for women and third-gender new constables, whereas 149 new constables participated in the 42nd session convocation ceremony for male new constables.
The Chief Guest, Mr. Ajay Yadav (IPS), Inspector General of Police, Chhattisgarh, encouraged the new constables in his address during the passing out parade ceremony and said that training is a process of grooming. He also inspected the passing out parade on the occasion. Mr. Yadav added that a change has been perceived in the modus operandi of criminals, and people should remain more cautious. While modern gadgets and other resources assist the methodology of crime, they can also work in our favour. They can be used to regulate crime effectively.
Head of PTS Mana, Dr. Irfan-ul Rahim Khan, said that this organization was awarded the Union Home Minister’s Trophy by BPR&D New Delhi in 2021-2022 and was granted a cash prize of Rs. 2 lakh. This year, the organization received the ISO Certificate on Environmental Management Systems and Quality Systems.
On this occasion, Woman Constable Abhilasha Singh from Rajnandgaon district achieved the first position for the all-round best trainee from the 29th session of female/third-gender constables. Mithlesh Pujari from Dantewada district stood first as the all-round best trainee for the 42nd session male constable. Mr. Rakesh Baghel, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Police Training School, Mana, expressed his gratitude during the event.