Police announce free coaching
Srinagar, Dec 7: JK police would support the coaching for professional entrance competitive exams for the wards of police martyrs and meritorious wards of police personnel studying in JK Police Public Schools and other institutions, a police spokesman said.
JK Police would provide free coaching for professional entrance competitive exams through S N Das Gupta College, Srinagar in respect of wards of police martyrs studying in JK Police Public schools, he added.
The new policy has also envisaged to bear 75 per cent of the coaching fee for wards of meritorious police personnel in the rank of followers/ constables/Sgct/ HC whose wards have secured 80 per cent or more marks in class 10th or 11th and class 12th. Besides, reimbursement of 50 per cent of the cost of coaching will be provided for the wards of police personnel in the rank of ASI/SI/Inspector whose wards have secured 80 per cent of more marks in 12th.
Moreover, arrangements for boarding and lodging of students hailing from far flung areas of Kashmir province have been made in the hostel of Jammu and Kashmir Police Public School, Bemina, Srinagar. Transport facilities would also be provided on the daily basis from the hostel to the coaching centre and back, the spokesman added.
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