On Sunday, two women officers joined the ITBP as Assistant Commandants. For the first time in the record, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police officer’s training academy commissioned women officers who guarding the Indo-China LAC.
As of in-depth analysis, nearly 53 officers passed out from the ITBP officer’s training academy which is located in Mussoorie. The Officials of the academy held a Passed-out Parade ceremony to praise the passed-out officers. Further, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami joined as the chief guest to this Rank ceremony.
During the rank ceremony, CM Dhami and ITBP director general S S Deswal commissioned two women officers. And, Dhami put the rank of Assistant Commandant on the shoulders of those officers namely Prakriti and Diksha.
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Among them, 42 members are in the general duty combat cadre. Further, 11 officers are in the engineering cadre of the 90,000 personal-strong force trained in mountain warfare.
Moreover, CM congratulated all the passed-out members and training staff for being the number one academy in the future. Especially, he said that they remain happy that they have got the glorious opportunity to serve in an exemplary force like ITBP. At that moment, he shared some memorable thoughts about his father.
CM Dhami and Director general launched the first-ever “History of ITBP” book at the ceremony. The book contains nearly 680 pages with several unknown facts. It also refers to mesmerized pictures related to border-guarding force.
According to the source, the main purpose of the history book is to make a booster volume of factual history and knowledge about the force for the officers and jawans. Moreover, the book will also be used for administrative and training purposes.
Diksha says, she takes her father as her role model and he always motivated her.