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March 27, 2018

50 police inspectors promoted


March 27, 2018

LAHORE: Punjab IG Arif Nawaz Khan has issued orders for promotion of 50 inspectors to the rank of DSPs.

A departmental promotion board was held in committee room at central police office in which service records of able hard worker and dutiful inspectors from different districts came under consideration and members of board have sanctioned the promotion of fifty inspectors to the ranks of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP).

The formal approval of these promotions has been given by Punjab IG Arif Nawaz Khan. It is here worth mentioning that process of promotion of officers has been boosted up after taking charge of the IG and likewise twenty-nine DSPs have been promoted to ranks of SPs while approval of overall 102 Inspectors have been promoted to ranks of DSPs.

There are currently following inspectors who have been promoted, Akhter Majeed Bhatti, Muhammad Yaqoob, Muhammad Usman, Shabir Ahmed Khan, Humaira Tabassum, Mazhar Fareed, Mulazim Hussain, Riaz Hussain, Mehmood Ali, Naveed Akmal, Riasat Jawed Bajwa, Sarfraz Ahmed, Muhammad Arshad Latif, Umar Hayat, Muhammad Afsar, Azam Mehmood, Nasir Hanif, Asgher Tanveer, Parvez Hussain Butt, Ali Adil Raza, Jawed Iqbal, Muhammad Ghayyas, Zulfiqar Ali, Ejaz Hameed, Mustehsin Ali Shah, Ahsan Mehmood Gondal, Muhammad Aslam, Muhammad Muneer, Waqar ul Haq, Khalid Mehmood, Falak Shair, Khalid Mehmood, Haider Hussain, Azmat Ullah, Namreen Munir, Masood ul Haq and Zafar Iqbal are among the promotee.

DELEGATIONS: Students’ delegations from University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila and Mirpur University of Science and Technology, Mirpur visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority, headquarters.

The UET delegation was comprised of 65 students of BE Commuter Engineering whereas the MUST delegation was comprised of 30 students of Information technology led by three faculty members. These study tours were arranged by both institutions to help tech-savvy manpower get first hand insight of PSCA's premier project that employs latest technologies backed with advanced infrastructure and is gradually appearing to be a serious option for future workplace.

The students were taken to various arms and functions of the project dealing in 15 Operations, Police Dispatch Unit, Video Control Unit, Media Monitoring Unit and the PSCA insignia Cam-surveillance Operations Management Center. The Ops Commander briefed the delegation with audio visual presentations on various objectives as well. The visiting teachers and students felt overwhelmed by the level of excellence carried out in such intricate ICT project of its kind in Pakistan.

Both the faculties and the PSCA management encouraged the students for pursuing BE Computer Engineering as the same discipline has ample scope in Connection with such ICT based security projects.

The participants of the delegation hoped that such projects will be replicated in other cities of Punjab and in Kashmir as well for better surveillance, security and traffic management.

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