ISLAMABAD: Deputy Inspector General of Police (Security) Sultan Azam Temuri on Tuesday awarded students for passing spoken English course organized by Islamabad police.
Deputy Inspector General of Police (Security) Sultan Azam Temuri giving certificates and awards to students for passing English Spoken Course arranged by Islamabad Police. SSP (Headquarters) Mir Vais Niaz, SDPO Ramana Ms. Irsala Saleem also present on the occasion.
Islamabad police gave admission to 171 students in this course spanning over one month and 114 were declared successful in it. DIG (Security) Sultan Azam Temuir distributed certificates among the passing out students here at a ceremony in police line headquarters attended by SSP (Headquarters) Mir Vais Niaz, SP (Headquarters) Rana Tahir ur Rehman, SDPO Ramana Ms. Irsala Saleem, parents and family members of students.
DIG (Security) said that such courses are being organized by Islamabad Police to inculcate friendly police ecology and it would help in winning the confidence of the people. Highlighting the significance of the course, Mr. Temuri said that it is very beneficial during which speaking and listening skills of participants are improved. He congratulated the passing out students and said such courses will remain continue in future too.