DGP Suresh Arora honors Jasmine with a laptop for getting the second rank across the country in class X exams
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Punjab DGP Suresh Arora honoured Jasmine Kaur Chahal here at Punjab Police Headquarters who have secured second rank in class X ICSE examination across the country. Jasmine Kaur, student of St. Joseph Convent School at Jalandhar have secured 99 percent marks in this examination.
Giving information, an official spokesperson of the Punjab Police said DGP Arora congratulated Jasmine Kaur on her extraordinary achievement and expressed that her success would prove to be a source of inspiration for the students especially children studying in the schools being run under the control of Punjab Police.
Sharing his experiences, DGP Arora asked Jasmine’s parents to provide more opportunities in future to this well deserving girl so that she could do better in higher education and make the Punjab proud.
On this occasion, DGP Arora and Chief Director Punjab vigilance bureau BK Uppal presented a laptop to Jasmine as a gift from the Bureau. It is mentioned here that Jasmine’s father Karamvir Singh is posted as DSP Vigilance Bureau at Kapurthala and mother Gurpreet Kaur is working as English lecturer at Government Senior Secondary School Model House, Jalandhar.
Jasmine said she would study with non-medical subjects including computers in class 12th and she aspires to take admission in IIT.
After passing class 12th examination. He revealed that she has got this achievement due to her persistent hard work as inspired by her parents.
Prominent among others present on the occasion included DGP Administration M.K. Tiwari, ADGP Welfare, Sanjeev Kumar Kalra, ADGP Litigation Gurpreet Kaur Deo and SSP Vigilance Bureau Jalandhar Daljinder Singh Dhillon along with the girl’s parents.