242 youth from UP, inducted in BSF

Srinagar, April 4 : 242 fresh recruits from Uttar Pradesh were inducted in Border Security Force at a colourful passing out parade on Monday in Srinagar outskirts. The passing out parade and attestation ceremony of recruits was held at Subsidiary Training Centre, BSF, Humhama, a spokesman of the Force said. Director General, BSF Pankaj Kumar Singh was the chief guest on the occasion and he exhorted the recruits to serve the nation with courage and enthusiasm. The chief guest was welcomed by Raja Babu Singh, IG BSF, Frontier Kashmir and STC Kashmir. Addressing the recruits, DG BSF, whole heartedly appreciated the excellent display of self-confidence, skill and coordination which was the high point of the parade. He applauded the recruits for choosing BSF as career option and exhorted them to serve the nation with courage and enthusiasm. In his address, DG BSF congratulated IG, BSF Kashmir and the instructional teams for successful efforts in achieving the objectives of molding raw village youths, as well trained Seema Prahari giving them self-confidence and turning them into disciplined Jawans. He blessed the recruits with a bright future in their’s life and service. The chief guest awarded medals to recruits who performed exceptionally well in various indoor and outdoor subjects. ADG BSF (Western Command) Chandigarh, P V Rama Sastry, Senior officers of Border Security Force, other sister agencies, parents and families members of the trainees who witnessed felt proud of this memorable parade which they will cherish for a long time. Over the course of 44 weeks of training, the recruits gradually gained proficiency in handling different types of weapons, firing skills, law, drill border management. “ Apart from this, due to the hard work of the trainers of STC BSF, Kashmir their physical efficiency also increased. As a result of which they are now physically, mentally and professionally prepared to serve the nation during peace & war,” the spokesman said. MJR SY 1351

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