Prasad sanctions meritorious scholarships for 121 police wards
Jammu, Jan 17: The Director General of Police (DGP), Ashok Prasad, today sanctioned scholarships in favour of school going police wards, who have secured highest percentage of marks in Matric, 10+2, Graduation and PG level during the academic year 2011-2012.
Giving the details, the DGP said that over Rs. 6.05 lakhs have been sanctioned in favour of 121 wards of police personnel which include 14 wards of gazetted officers, 23 of non-gazetted offices and 84 wards belonging to other serving personnel. The meritorious scholarships have been sanctioned in three categories for the children, who have secured highest percentage of marks in Matric, 10+2, Graduation and PG level examinations during the academic year 2011-2012.
On the occasion, Prasad said that the objective of granting scholarships is to boost the talent among the children so that they could compete in different fields to build their bright career.
He said that scholarships are being sanctioned in favour of the meritorious students out of Central Police Welfare Fund, who secure highest marks in different annual examinations.
The beneficiaries include Iqra Shafi, Aaliya Aziz, Gunjan Kour, Iqra Nassir, Mohammad Kashif, Afrasayab Khan, Shivani Jemgal, Humaira Bashir, Sanju Nazar, Abida Akhter, Falak Muneer, Ankush Kumar Sharma, Toyeba Mushtaq, Zuhab Mustafa, Aiman Sahreen, Burooj Iqbal, Ubhat Ali, Aarifa Batool, Uzma Ashraf, Msroor Giyas, Atir Mukhtar, Tawheeda Kaousar, Masheerul Haq, Arman Kohli, Aqsa, Mohid Kumar, Rahul Sharma, Irfan Gulzar Aamir Majid, Palavi, Abrar Zahoor, Anu Sharma, Ramneek Kour, Priya Sharma, Maheer Thakur, Salma Miraj, Sartaj Ahmed, Aali Shafi, Nazima Shafi, Binsha Qayoom, Rafia, Gowhar Ahmed, Ashkoor Rashid, Archana, Shariq Mushtaq, Sana Majid, Zahida Gul, Vishali, Rukhsar Saleem, Padma, Devbrat, Amamdeep, Owais Ahmed, Umar, Saima, Oveas Gul, Asif Zahoor, Simran, Kawal Preet Singh, Junaid, Shivani, Nuisarat Ali, Basit, Asif, Vishal Sharma, Suhail Ahmed, Razya, Shakir Farooq, Hashim Ayaub, Aakash Deep, Preeti, Pardep Singh, Nihya Sharma, Aqif Showkat, Zahoor Ahmed, Manisha, Junaid, Nahida, Shah Anayat,Anzar Nazir,Tahir, Waseem,Ratish, Tanu, Ratish, Pooja, Annu , Sahil, Zahid Iqbal, Shahid Shafi, Mohammad Aries, Roshni, Junaid Bashir, Tanveera Vishal, Gurdev Chand, Aijaz Ahmad, Murtaza Manzoor, Sonika, Neha Sambyal, Nighat Nazir, ERohit Reshi, Diksha Kumari, Nighat Rashid, Benazir Ulfat, Sabneet Kour, Adil Mansoor, Zahid Rashid, Diksha Kumari, Subham, Pratibha, Raman Deep Singh, Shubhan Basotra, Harman Preet Kour, Sonal Sharma, Saqib Javaid, Sabiya, Shahid Amin, Vikran Singh, Arti Chowdhur, Mohid Abrol and Younis Parvez.
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