Punjab governor and UT administrator, Shivraj V Patil took the salute and Suman Kumar, principal, Recruit Training Centre, administered the oath to the young recruits. RP Upadhyaya (IPS), IGP, welcomed the chief guest and presented a report on the training process of these recruits.
The recruits were provided adequate exposure in the fields of criminal law, medical jurisprudence, VIP security and human rights. They were also imparted training in mob control, weapon handling, yoga and parade.
Special workshops on topics such as cyber crime, bank frauds and gender sensitisation were also held.
After passing out, these recruits will undergo a commando training course at Bahadurgarh (Punjab).
UT administrator Patil while taking the salute said the Chandigarh administration will try to provide the latest weapons and required ammunition for shooting practice to the UT police.
He said along with weapon training and physical fitness, physical education was also important for police personnel.
He said underground control system should also be set up in Chandigarh to strengthen the police force in the near future.
Constable Sanjay stood first all-round and in the indoor examination followed by Constable Manju, who stood second all-round and in the indoor examination, all round second and in the indoor examination.
Constable Amit stood first in outdoor and firing test followed by Upender and Ranbir Singh.
All the prize winners were awarded prestigious trophies, commendation certificates and a cash reward of `2000 each.