200 RPF personnel passout, GM said – RPF’s remarkable contribution in safety of railway property and passengers

Kolkata, State Bureau. After the last eight months of rigorous training at the RPF Multi Discipline Specialized Training Institute (MDSTI), Kanchrapara in North 24 Parganas, 200 railway constables were passed out. On this occasion, a passing out parade (convocation parade) was organized following the safety guidelines issued for Kovid-19.

General manager of Eastern Railway Sunit Sharma and IGF / Principal Chief Security Commissioner RPF Ambika Nath Mishra took the formal salute of the parade. Subsequently, in his address, General Manager Sunit Sharma said that RPF has contributed significantly in the safety of railway property and passengers. He strongly appreciated the works of RPF.

He inspired the RPF constables who have completed training to live up to the expectations of the passengers and work dedicatedly towards better passenger satisfaction. On this occasion, GMs were awarded the best performing constables during training. During this, constables who had completed training were also administered the oath.

According to the information, 200 constables recruited from 12 states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal have been trained in Kanchrapara Training Center. Of these, 11 are Post Graduates and Honors Graduates / Diplomas in other technical courses. Apart from this, there are some players who have represented their states in various sports.

Samorah, DRM Sealdah SP Singh, IG RPF CLW Tariq Ahmed, Chief Factory Manager Kanchrapara Surendra Kumar and other officials were present. The program was live-streamed on YouTube so that parents of the passed out constables as well as their relatives could watch it.