DGP sanctions scholarships
Jammu, Nov 25: Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda today sanctioned scholarships in favour of school going children of police personnel, who have secured highest percentage of marks in class 10th, 12th and graduation. The scholarships have been sanctioned for the academic year 2009-2010.
While issuing the orders, the DGP has said that over Rs 2.42 lakh have been sanctioned in favour of 59 wards of police personnel which include 46 wards of serving police personnel and 13 wards of deceased police personnel. The meritorious scholarships have been sanctioned in favour of those children who have secured highest percentage in class 10th, 12th and graduation. The scholarships sanctioned in favour of children of deceased police personnel are studying in different classes. He further said that these students are studying in various educational institutions across the state. The objective of granting scholarships is to boost the talent among the children so that they could compete in different educational streams in future, he added.
The scholarships sanctioned among the meritorious children, include Sharjeel Ashraf Wani, Deepali Doley Barman, Diksha Dhar, Sabreena Bashir, S. Nivea Reddy, Samah Mushtaq, Amair Majid, Mohit Kumar Hans, Purnima Koul, Shikha Bhat, Ulfat Shah, Saadiya Elyas, Somesh Singh, Bhanu Priya, Priya Koul, Diksha, Nahida Shafi, Ravneet Kour, Sonika Katoch, Gul Sonober, Sahil Dutta, Farhat Azad, Pankaj Spolia, Rashu Sharma, Nirmal Singh, Adarsh Saini, Jagdeep Singh, Ramani, Anuj Khajuria, Madhu Bala, Monika, Manpreet Kour, Deepak Sharma, Azhar Majid, Javed Shabir, Wasim Farooq, Rajat Pandit, Younic Mushtar, Vishal Pandita, Sonali Bandral, Rozwan Ahmed and Sahil Sharma.
The scholarships sanctioned among the wards of deceased police personnel include Ishfat Ahmad Shah, Safeena Akhter, Janib-ul-Islam, Romi Farooq, Shaista Farooq, Arunjeet Singh, Sarabjit Kour, Sumanjit Kour, Raisabba Farooq, Zahid Rasool, Tahir Zahoor, Rifat Naz and Mehnaz Zahoor.
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