Police Training School finally compiles syllabus

LAHORE, July 9: Administration of the Police Training School (PTS) of Chung has compiled a syllabus, which had never existed before, for intermediate and higher courses for Punjab police's sub-inspectors (SI) and assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs).

Police sources said the syllabus forwarded to the Punjab police authorities for final approval would be implemented from July 10, 2007.

Earlier, the courses had been conducted at the Police Training College (PTC) of Sehala, but since traffic wardens were being trained there, the SIs and the ASIs were sent to Chung. The PTS administration asked the PTC administration about the syllabus and the PTC officials responded by saying that since there was none, the trainees were taught out of books on law. Therefore, PTC started to compile a syllabus covering public dealing, manners, avoiding being aggressive, community policing and first aid.

On Saturday, the first batch of SIs and ASIs graduated where Additional IG of Training Fiaz Mir was the chief guest. The batch graduated without a set syllabus and completed its course in six months instead of the set span of three months.

Fiaz Mir gave awards to the students who did well and appreciated the efforts of PTS Chung principle Major Mubasharullah, the senior superintendent of Police (SSP) and other instructors. daily times



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