DGP sanctions meritorious scholarship, educational expenses
Jammu: To reimburse the educational expenses of wards of J&K police martyrs, Director General of Police Dilbag Singh sanctioned ₹15.11 lakh in favour of 35 wards of Police martyrs. He also sanctioned scholarship amounting ₹5.15 lakh in favour of 103 wards of serving/retired police personnel, a police spokesman said.
The reimbursement of educational expenses included expenses of wards of martyrs on tuition fee, transportation charges, books/stationery and uniforms for the academic session 2019-20, 2020-21 and 2021-22, he added.
DGP, while encouraging and appreciating the hard work of the wards of police personnel who have excelled in class 10th annual examination during the academic session 2021-2022, sanctioned ₹4.88 lakh in favour of 100 meritorious wards of serving police personnel.
Among these ₹6000 each have been sanctioned in favour of forty-four wards who have secured 90% and above marks and ₹4000 each have been sanctioned in favour of 56 wards who have secured 80% and above marks. Besides he also sanctioned scholarship in favour of 03 wards of retired police personnel who have secured more than 80% marks in the annual examination of class 12th and in Post-graduation examinations. The amount has been sanctioned out of the Central Police Welfare Fund, the spokesman said.