DGP chairs joint meeting of AB, MC of Police Public Schools
Jammu: The Director General of Police J&K Dilbag Singh chaired the annual joint meeting of Board of Administration and Management Committee of J&K Police Public Schools at GO’s Mess here today.
The meeting reviewed the functioning of J&K Police Public schools established across the Union Territory and discussed different issues and proposals regarding these schools functioning in Jammu, Srinagar, Doda, Rajouri, Anantnag, Baramulla and Kupwara districts.
Various decisions with regard to further improvement in the working, infrastructure of these schools were taken.
The meeting was attended by ADGP, Jammu Zone Mukesh Singh, ADGP Headquarter PHQ M K Sinha, ADGP Coordination PHQ Danesh Rana, Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA) Dr Rubinder Kaur, DIG Jammu Samba-Kathua Range, Vivek Gupta, DPT, J&K Shridhar Patil, PWWA members Madhu Lohia, Archana Choudhary, AIG Welfare PHQ, Rajinder Gupta, SSP Tahir Bhat Nodal officer to Police Public School Jammu, SO to IGP Armed/IR Manjeet Kour, AIG Communication, PHQ Manoj Kumar Pandit and Principle Police Public School Jammu.
DIG CKR, Sujit Kumar, DIG NKR Udaybhaskar Billa, DIG SKR Abdul Jabbar and the Principles of other police public schools attended the meeting through video conferencing.
The DGP reviewed the functioning of these Police Public Schools one by one. He also sought reports regarding issues faced by these institutions. He impressed upon the members that measures need to be taken to further enhance the quality of education being imparted to the wards of police personnel and other students in the Police Public Schools. The DGP, during the meeting also emphasized for harnessing the talent of the school children in sports.
He directed for providing better transport facilities to the students of these schools by providing new buses. He directed the administrative officers and Principals to focus on improving the academics and approved on spot many requirements with regard to infrastructure.
He directed the management to work in the missionary mode and focus on the quality education so that the graph of performance level of these schools moves in upward direction. He desired that all possible support be given to the wards of Police martyrs in providing them good education.
He said that students in the last two years were studying in online mode through electronic gadgets and directed for organizing the free eye checkup camps in collaboration with police hospitals and local government hospitals for students and staff members of these institutions.
The officers and Principals of different Schools briefed the Chair regarding the various proposals for improvement in police public schools. The members held threadbare discussions on a number of issues and DGP approved by and large all the proposals with regard to infrastructure and other requirements in these schools.