Twelve Jammu and Kashmir police officers were inducted into the Indian Police Service (IPS) on probation on Monday.
These officers were assigned to the Jammu and Kashmir segment of the Union Territory under the AGMUT cadre consisting of Arunachal Pradesh, Goa and Mizoram.
The President of India has approved the appointment of these officers to IPS on probation.
Such officers shall remain on probation “for one year in accordance with the Indian Police Service (Probation) Rules Rule, 1954, and officers shall receive induction training in accordance with subrule 5(4) of the Indian Police Service Rules Indian Police (Probation), 1954 as amended dated May 10, 2011.”
Among the officers appointed to the IPS.
Meanwhile, J&K DGP Dilbag Singh expressed his joy and gratitude to Union Home Secretary Amit Shah, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Union Home Secretary AK. Bhalla, Chief Secretary, Dr. AK Mehta, Home Secretary Shaleen Kabra and other officers from MHA and Department of Home Affairs, J&K for the induction of JKPS officers under the IPS.
The DGP said this onboarding of officers will open up the JKPS officer career progression prospectus and go a long way in boosting officer morale.