Haryana Director General of Police (DGP), Mr B.S. Sandhu today announced that Haryana Police and HDFC Bank would provide scholarship awards to the tune of Rs five lakh each among the meritorious students of DAV Police Public Schools, every year.
Besides this, best teachers in all 22 police public schools will also be awarded cash prize of Rs. 11,000 each by the Police Department and the bank. These awards will be given from next year.
Mr Sandhu was addressing the gathering during the presentation of scholarship awards to the students in a function at DAV Police Public School, Ambala today. The function was organized by HDFC Bank to honour meritorious students under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) exchanged with the Police Department.
On this occasion, 59 meritorious students from IX to XII classes were given HDFC Scholarship Award under which Rs 11,000 each is given to six students whereas 15 students received Rs 5,100 each, 18 students got Rs 3,100 each and 20 students received award money of Rs 2,100 each.
Congratulating the awardees’ students, DGP said that Police Public Schools are functioning as temples of learning, where children of both police and the general public were being given qualitative and value-based education.
Speaking on this occasion, Additional Director General of Police, Ambala Range, Dr. R.C. Mishra said that Haryana Police in collaboration with HDFC bank had introduced a number of welfare schemes and programmes for the welfare of policemen and their family members.
Superintendent of Police, Ambala, Mrs Astha Modi, Superintendent of Police, GRP, Mr Dheeraj Setia, Vice President, DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi,
Mr Rajinder Nath, Principal, DAV Police Public School, Mr Vikas Kohli, Branch Banking Head, HDFC, Mr Vineet Arora, Circle Head, Mr Lalit Batra, Zonal Head, Mr Manish Manglesh, Principal, Nodal Officer, Mr Rajiv Mehra, Anoop Verma and teachers and students of school were also present on this occasion.