POKHARA: A total of 220 police personnel were graduated from a year-long basic training in the Police Training Centre Gandaki, Pokhara.
Of them, 160 passed with ‘A’ grade while 60 others with ‘B’ grade. Chief of Gandaki State Police and Deputy Inspector General of Nepal Police, Ghanshyam Aryal, offered insignia to those graduated police personnel here Wednesday. On the occasion, Aryal instructed the graduated personnel to employ their knowledge, skills and talents in the fields in a professional manner.
During the programme, Senior Superintendent of Police Dibesh Lohani, Deputy Superintendent of Police Leelaraj Lamichhane and others spoke for the need of professionalism and discipline in the police organization.
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