The Twelfth batch of constables passed out of the Subsidiary Training Centre (STC), Talwara, on Monday. Of the total 522 recruits, 11 were postgraduates and 84 graduates.
Addressing the pass out, Director general of police (DGP) K Rajindra Kumar stressed upon the recruits to make public service their motto and build the image of the force.
He added that Jammu and Kashmir police have assumed acclaim at national level for its performance in maintaining peace and security in the state.
Kumar said, "After joining large police family, the recruits have now been transformed into physically sound and mentally robust policemen and their sole motto should be to gain public trust and confidence by their deeds in the field."
He added that a policeman has great responsibility to tackle different situations with his professional skills and doing his selfless duties with dedication, honesty and impartially and can deliver to the people efficiently.
"Policeman, a visible face among the public and first responder to any situation has to come up to the expectations of people by curbing the crimes and evils, besides, ensuring peace and security" he added.
Abinandan Sharma of Rajouri, who is the topper, was given out-of-turn promotion, Mohaammad Ashraf of Srinagar was given Rs 10,000 whereas Deepak Maski, Abinandan Sharma, Bilal Ahmed and Sumair Yaqoub were given Rs 7,500 each for their excellent performances during the training.