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CONTROL ROOM NUMBERS

DG Control
2521242

SB Control

2381511/2380620


City Police Control

2464557/8

STD CODE : 0361
COUNTRY CODE : +91
 
 
 
 
Objectives of APRO

Primary Role :

To support the law and order enforcing agencies by providing reliable, secure and high speed communication towards effective maintenance of law and order, prevention and detection of crimes and criminals. To provide communication anywhere in the state in matters of public importance and during natural calamities like earthquake, flood, cyclone, etc.

Additional Role :

To provide communication to other Departments of the Govt of Assam

To Provide communication anywhere in the state in matters of public importance and during natural calamities like earthquake, flood, cyclone, etc.

 

Background of APRO

The importance of the Wireless Communication in Assam was felt in 1944 during the World War-II
In Assam, Police Wireless Communication was born with the establishment of 9(nine) HF WT Stations on 12th March 1946 connecting the then State HQ Shillong with the district HQs of Nagaon, Darrang, Goalpara, Lakhimpur, Sivasagar and Cachar as well as Tura and Haflong
After independence, the importance of wireless communication was greatly felt and the communication network was expanded to the present status of long distance R/T Communication on VHF, High Speed Computerised Data Communication Network over HF and VHF and OPNETs

Present staff Strength of APRO

Inspector General of Police(Communication)
and Director of Police (Commn.), Assam
1
Assam Supdt of police (Commn)
2
Addl Sudpt of Police (Commn)
4
Dy Supdt of Police (Commn)
12
Inspectors
63
Sub-lnspectors
331
Asst Sub-lnspectors
1408
Constables / Ministarial staff
2398
Total
4219
 

Achievements of APRO

Communication Coverage

24 hours a day, 365 days a year

VHF R/T communication to all District HQs, Sub-divisional HQs, Police Stations and Out Posts

All the 14 APBNs and 4 APTFs have been provided communication through HF and VHF network.

Most of the traffic posts, check posts and highway patrolling posts have been covered with VHF network

100% City VHF communication have been achieved at Guwahati under Operational Net (OPNET)

OPNET has been extended to the District HQs in the state.

Computerised High Speed Data Communication:

Speedy clearance of messages over HF and VHF radio links

Installed in all the 27 Police district headquarters - 100% district coverage

" Installed in 14 out of 14 AP BNs - 100% AP Bn Coverage

Installed in 4 out of 4 APTF BNs - 100% APTF Bn Coverage

Installed in 18 out of 31 Sub-divisions - 58.06% Sub-division coverage

Initially, messages were sent physically through D/Rs to the Message Control Centre for transmission to the addressees. Now, after installation of Data communication systems with Switching Centres, messages may be sent directly from the originator's location to the addressees without sending the messages physically to the MCC. These facilities are already installed at SB, HQ; 4th APBN; 10th APBN. This has made the communication speedier.

Repeater Links for voice & data

49 numbers of Trunk Repeaters
55 numbers of District Repeaters
15 numbers of Sub-divisional Repeaters
Total of 119 nos of Repeater stations

Placed at 53 Repeater locations

14 on the hill-top locations at heights ranging from 200 meter to 1739 meter AMSL
39 in plain

Repeaters in the year 1995 = 24 nos
Repeaters in the year 2005 = 119 nos
Repeaters in the year 2008 = 129 nos


Police Wireless Terminal Stations

Number of Police Wireless Terminal Stations in Assam has increased from 9 in 1946 to 3647 as on 01-12-2007.

Type of Commn
Media
Static
Mobile
Total
CW
HF
150
150
R/T
HF
5
5
R/T
VHF
1212
2051
3263
TP
Line
44
44
Telex
Line
3
3
Data
VHF
17
17
Data
HF
10
10
Data
HF & VHF
25
25
R/T Rptr
VHF
119
119
Data Rptr
VHF
10
10
Fax
Line
1
1
1596
2051
3647

The Police wireless stations have been increasing at the rate of 15% per year on the average.

Terminal Station in the year 1946 = 9 nos
Terminal Station in the year 1995 = 1250 nos
Terminal Station in the year 2008 = 3647 no

Messages Handled and Savings made to State Exchequer

Year
Message handled in no of words
(in crores)
Money value of messages handled in express telegram rate
(in crores)
Annual budget of APRO
(in crores)
Savings made to state exchequer
(in crores)
2002-2003
126.60
Rs. 126.60
Rs. 34.76
Rs. 91.84
2003-2004
116.25
Rs. 116.25
Rs. 36.32
Rs. 79.93
2004-2005
113.14
Rs. 113.14
Rs. 36.72
Rs. 76.42
2005-2006
104.04
Rs. 104.01
Rs. 39.55
Rs. 64.49
2006-2007
90.23
Rs. 90.23
Rs. 43.39
Rs. 46.94
Total
550.26
Rs. 550.26
Rs. 190.74
Rs. 359.62

Message Transmission by APRO
Messages handled by APRO per year = 90.23 crores of words
Messages handled by APRO per day = 24.72 lakhs of words.

Status of APRO in respect of WT station:

  - Total nos. of sanctioned station = 552 nos.
  - Total nos. of stations actually installed and operational = 1596 nos.
  - Additional work load in respect of station maintained by APRO = 1596/552 = 2.89 times i.e. equivalent to 3 times

As a result, an APRO person is required to shoulder the load of 3 times the normal workload in respect of station.

Status of APRO in respect of manpower:

  - Total nos. of sanctioned staff = 4031 nos.
  - Total nos. of staff required by APRO to maintain 1596 stations = 10999 nos.
  - Additional work load in respect of manpower maintained by APRO = 10999/4031 = 2.73 times i.e. equivalent to 3 times

As a result, an APRO person is required to shoulder the load of 3 times the normal workload in respect of manpower.

 

Human Resource Development: APRO Training School

Established in 1948 at Shillong and took its permanent shape since 1975 at Jalukbari, Guwahati with an area of 50 acres.

It is imparting training on technical trades in the field of Police Wireless Communications, Electronics, Telecommunications, Information Technology along with Basic Drill & Discipline and Musketry

In addition to the trainees from Assam, it has been extending its training facilities to the trainees to the Govt of India (IB, Civil Defence, CISF), Govt of India Undertaking (NEEPCO), other states (Bihar, Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana) and neighbouring NE states (Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh).

Revenue earning of APRO Training School :

The APRO Training School has earned as on 05.01.2008 Rs. 28,82,068.60 as training fee from the trainees of other states and deposited to the Govt exchequer as state revenue.


Mobilisation of HAMs for Disaster Management

Amateur Radio Operators or HAMs can provide a second line of communication support in Disaster Management which is found very useful at time of natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, etc. when HAMs come to the rescue to established links with the survivors and help the administrations to take quickly and timely action during rescue and relief operations.

As a promotional activity, a 13 week Amateur Radio training programme was conducted by the APRO from 2nd August to 30th October, 2004 to train up interested HAM aspirants in the State. As a result 5(five) candidates of Assam Police have been declared successful for obtaining the GD-I and GD-II licenses as communicated by the Engineer-in-charge (ER), Wireless Monitoring Organisation Regional Headquarter (East), Kolkata.

Sl No.
Name
Address
ASOC Grade
1.
Shri Taheruddin Ahmed
APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
I
2.
Shri Bhaba Kr Borah
APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
II
3.
Shri Bimal Ch Phukan
APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
II
4.
Shri Prasenjit Sinha
APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
II
5.
Shri Deepak Kairi
1st APTF Battalion
Dakurvita, Goalpara
II

NIAR-APRO Amateur Radio Centre (VU2VKP)

As a part of Disaster Management initiatives of the Assam Police, the NIAR - APRO Amateur Radio Centre (VU2VKP) was set-up by the National Institute of Amateur Radio (NIAR), Hyberabad though the initiatives of Shri P M Dastidar, IGP(Communication) and Director of Police (Commn.) Assam and Shri S. Suri, VU2MY, Chairman & Director, NIAR, Hyderabad.


Inauguration of NIAR-APRO Amateur Radio Centre at APRO Training
School Jalukbari by Shri R. K Arora, Group Coordinator, Department
of Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and IT, Govt.
of India at APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati on 18-02-2005
in presence of Shri A K Mallick, IPS, then IGP Border and Shri P.M.
Dastidar, IGP (Commn) and DP (C) Assam .
 
Assam POLNET

Assam POLNET - the dedicated satellite based National Police Telecommunication Project which was implemented under the Modernization Scheme of Assam Police, was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Assam, Shri Tarun Gogoi on 18 July, 2005 at Assam Police Headquarters, Ulubari, Guwahati in the presence of the DGP, Assam and senior officers. The POLNET is a unique project formulated by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India with a view to modernize Police Telecommunications in the country. The POLNET provides communication link from the National Capital to the State Capital and the District Headquarters on voice, data, fax and computer communication and further extend the communication connectivity upto the Police Station on voice.
Shri Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister of Assam made the first Satellite
Telephone call over the Assam POLNET by speaking to the SPs of the
district in presence of Shri P V Sumant, IPS, then DGP, Assam (left)
and Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Commns) and DP(C), Assam (right)..

An inaugural FAX message was signed by the CM, DGP, Assam and IGP (Commns) and DP(C), Assam and transmitted over the Assam POLNET to all Districts of Assam.

Inaugurating the POLNET, the Chief Minister stated that the Assam POLNET was a landmark in the history of Assam Police, particularly the APRO and thanked the Assam Police and Bharat Electronics Limited for implementation of the Assam POLNET, which, he said would go a long way in further strengthening the communication network in the state of Assam. The Chief Minister dedicated the POLNET to the people of Assam.

The DGP stated that the Assam POLNET added another feather in the cap of Assam Police and congratulated the IGP (Commns) and DP(C) Assam and his team of dynamic officers & men of APRO for their sincere and devoted works in proper implementation of POLNET project in Assam.

A team of senior level executives from Bharat Electronics Limited, Banglore and Ghaziabad. led by Shri V V R Sastry, Director (C&MS), attended the inaugural ceremony and gave assurance to provide all necessary support and service from BEL towards proper maintenance of the POLNET in Assam.

WCSN- 2006

The 2nd International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN) was held from 17-19 December, 2006 at the Indian Institute Information Technology, Allahabad. Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Communication) and Director of Police (Commn.) Assam attended the Conference as invited speaker and presented a paper titled "Police Wireless Communications for Homeland Security / Disaster Management".

Exhibition Team of APRO

An Exhibition Team of Assam Police Radio Organisation participated in the 14th State Level National Children's Science Congress (NCSC), 2006 held on Tihu College, Nalbari from October 29-31, 2006. Various interesting electronics hobby kits & projects were displayed rousing great enthusiasm amongst the child scientists. Visiting the APRO Exhibition Stall, Dr. Bhumidhar Barman, Hon'ble minister of Revenue etc. stated that the projects exhibited have direct relevance in our day-to-day life and encourages a child to take keen interest in science. Earlier the Science Exhibition was inaugurated by Shri Subhash Borgohain, Project Director, DRDA, Nalbari. The APRO Exhibition Stall was a big crowd puller with teachers and students taking much interest in the HAM Radio demonstration where one can talk directly with HAM Radio Operators all around the globe. Computerized HAM Radio Communication also demonstrated.
Demonstration of Electronics Gadgets by APRO staff at the APRO Stall
in the 14th State Level National Children's Science Congress (NCSC),
2006 Tihu College, Nalbari
A big crowd of teachers & students in front of the APRO Stall in the
14th State Level National Children's Science Congress (NCSC),
2006 held at Tihu College, Nalbari

HAMFEST-2007

Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Communication) and Director of Police (Commn.) Assam was invited and attended HAMFEST-2007- An International Convention of Amateur Operators held at Kadmat, Lakshadweep Islands from 15-17 January, 2007. HAMFEST is the international forum of HAMs to update and share their knowledge on recent advances in the field of wireless communication and Information Technology.
Shri P M Dastidar IGP(C) and DP(C) Assam felicitated at the international HAMFEST
at Lakshadweep Islands on 15-17 January, 2007.
Shri P M Dastidar IGP(C) and DP(C) Assam addressing the delegates at the
international HAMFEST at Lakshadweep Islands on 15-17 January, 2007.

National Games 2007

The 33rd National Games-2007 was held in Assam from 9th February 2007 to 18th February-2007. The APRO had exhibited commendable tasks in providing uninterrupted communication for successful conduction of the Games. An exclusive Wireless Communication network was installed at all the Venues linking communication in voice and computerized Data for security arrangements and Event conduction of the National Games which was functioning round the clock during the period.
Shri R N Mathur, IPS, DGP Assam, Smti Anju Mathur, Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and DP(C) and Shri M K Yadav, MD, AMTRON visit the APRO Communication Control in the National Games, 2007.
APRO personnel manning the
Communication Control in the
National Games, 2007.
   
APRO Control in the National Games, 2007

39th World Telecommunication And Information Society Day -17 May, 2007

The World Telecommunication and Information Society Day was celebrated by APRO and IETE Guwahati Centre along with the rest of the world on 17th May, 2007. A well attended seminar was organized on the theme "Connecting the Young; the opportunities of ICT" at the Conference Hall, APRO HQ, Ulubari, Guwahati presided over by Shri P.M. Dastidar, GP(Commn) and DP(C) Assam.

Shri V Balaram, CSTE, NF Railway; Shri N. Chandrasekhara, GM, Kamrup Telecom Dist. BSNL and Shri M.K. Yadav, MD, AMTRON were the Guests of Honour and Shri Vijoy Kumar, DGM (NS) BSNL and Shri Amitabh Nath, Faculty Member, RTTC, BSNL, Guwahati were the appointed speakers. The Key Note Address on the theme was delivered by Shri Hargobinda Pathak, Director, Regional Meteorological Centre, LGBI Airport, Borjhar, Guwahati.
A view of the dias on the 39th World Telecommunication Day -17th May, 2007.
L to R are Shri V Balaram, CSTE, NF Railway,
Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and DP(C)
Assam, Shri M.K. Yadav, MD, AMTRON and
Shri D M Baishya, Addl.SP(C) APRO &
Chairman, IETE Guwahati Centre.
A view of the audience on the 39th
World Telecommunication Day - 17th May, 2007 at the Conference Hall,
APRO HQ, Ulubari, Guwahati
on 17 May, 2007.

Sri Sri Viswakarma Puja

Sri Sri Viswakarma Puja is celebrated every year in the APRO HQ premises and all the Guwahati based police / civil officers grace the occasion as invitees.
Offering of prayers at the at the
Viswakarma Puja held at APRO HQ,
Ulubari, Guwahati on 17th September, 2007
Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and
DP(C) Assam receives distinguished
invitees at the Viswakarma Puja held
at APRO HQ, Ulubari, Guwahati on
17th September, 2007.
   
Shri R N Mathur, IPS, DGP Assam visiting the Viswakarma Puja held at APRO HQ,
Ulubari, Guwahati on 17th September, 2007.

56th All India Police Athletic Championship, 2007-PA System & Communication Coverage

APRO provided the Communication coverage and PA System for the 56th All India Police Athletics Championship-2007 was held at the Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium, Sarusajai, Guwahati on 13-17, November 2007.
Presentation of medals in the 56th All India police Athletics Championship, 2007 by Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and DP(C) Assam

APRO Family Welfare Centre Scholarship

The APRO Family Welfare Scholarship Scheme had been started w.e.f. 9th August 1995 for award of Academic and Games & Sports Scholarships to meritorious and deserving children of APRO officers & men. Scholarships are awarded under four categories namely (1) HSLC passed with 75% marks (2) HSSLC passed with 75 % (3) Degree Course with Hons. passed in 1st Class and (4) Games and Sports (State / National Level participation). Academic Scholarship is awarded for pursuing higher studies and Games & Sports Scholarship for undergoing specialized coaching both inside and outside the State of Assam. Since inception of the Scheme, a total number of 63 (sixty three) children of APRO Officers and Men have been awarded scholarships under the APRO Family Welfare Centre Scholarship Scheme.

On 18th January, 2008 Shri P. M. Dastidar, IGP (Communication) and Director of Police (Commn.) Assam & President, APRO Family Welfare Centre handed over Academic Scholarship to 5 (five) eligible children of APRO officers & men in a presentation ceremony organized by the APRO Family Welfare Centre in the Conference Hall, APRO Headquarters, Ulubari, Guwahati.
Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Commns) and DP(C), Assam flanked by senior officers of APRO in the
APRO Family Welfare Centre Scholarship Award presentation ceremony on 18th January, 2008
   
Interaction with the Scholarship awardees
in the APRO FWC Scholarship Award presentation ceremony on 18th January, 2008 in the Conference Hall, APRO HQ, Ulubari, Guwahati.

GSLI Scheme

Under the APRO Group Saving Linked Insurance (GSLI) Scheme, the life of an APRO personnel is insured immediately after he reports for training at APRO Training School, Jalukbari, Guwahati. The APRO GSLI Scheme of LIC of India (P & GS) Unit, Guwahati is in operation with effect from 1st December, 1999 for all officers and men of APRO.

The unique features of scheme are :
(i) It is a combination of Group Insurance and Savings scheme, 65% of the premium paid will be returned as savings with interest to the Policy holder at the time of retirement.
(ii) In case of death of the policy holder in addition to the savings portion, the Life Insurance sum assured is also payable.
(iii) In case of death due to accident, the Life Insurance benefit will be doubled.

A total of 810 officers and men of APRO have been insured under GSLI Scheme under 4 categories. Sum Assured amount under Category A (GOs) is Rs. 4 Lakhs, Category B(SIs) is Rs. 2.8 Lakhs, Category C (ASI/ Opr/ CNs) is Rs. 2 Lakhs & Category D (Cook/IV Grades) is Rs. 90,000 with monthly premium payable Rs. 425, Rs. 298, Rs. 213 & Rs. 96 respectively in normal and double in accidental cases.

28 nos. of Death Claims amounting to Rs. 29,17,233 and 16 nos. of Retirement Benefit claims amounting to Rs. 65,182 have been received under the APRO GSLI Scheme till date.
Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Commns) and DP(C),
Assam handing over the GSLI death claim
amount of Rs. 2,94,000 to Smti Anila Medhi,
wife & legal heir of Late Rajendra Medhi of
APRO at the ceremony organized by the APRO
Family Welfare Centre on 18th January, 2008.

38th All India Police Science Congress

The 38th All India Police Science Congress was held at Jaipur, Rajasthan from 29 to 31 January, 2008. Shri R N Mathur, IPS, DGP, Assam ; Shri S.B. Kakati, IPS, Addl. DGP (T & AP) Assam; Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and DP(C) Assam and Shri S. Kumar, IPS, SRP attended the Science Congress as delegates from the State. A delegation of officers and men of APRO namely Shri P. Saikia, Addl. SP(C) Trg, Shri N.K. Sarmah, Addl. SP(C) HQ, ASI(RT) Taheruddin Ahmed & ASI(RT) Kusheswar Saikia also attended the Science Congress.

A multi media software presentation of Technological Innovations developed by APRO was exhibited in the Suraksha Exhibition organized in the Congress which was highly appreciated by the delegates and participants.
Inauguration of the 38th All India Police
Science Congress held at Jaipur by Shri Shivaraj Patil, Honb'le Union Home Minister
of India on 29th January, 2008.
Shri R N Mathur, IPS, DGP, Assam
and Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn)
and DP(C) Assam interacting with the delegates at the 38th All India Police
Science Congress at Jaipur.
   
Inauguration of the APRO Stall in the
Surakshya Exhibition at the 38th AIPSC,
Jaipur by Shri Gulab Chand Kataria,
Honb'le Home Minister of Rajasthan
on 29th January, 2008.
Felicitation to Shri A S Gill, IPS, DGP,
Rajasthan by Shri P Saikia, Addl, SP(C) Trg.
in the APRO Stall at the 38th AIPSC, Jaipur
on 29th January, 2008.
   
Shri P.M. Dastidar, IGP(Commn) and
DP(C) Assam and other delegates
visit the APRO Stall in the Suraksha
Exhibition at the 38th APSC at Jaipur
on 30th January, 2008.
Presentation of memento by Shri A K Jain,
IPS, ADGP, CID, Rajasthan & Organizing
Secretary 38th AIPSC to ASI(RT) Kusheswar
Saikia and ASI(RT) Taheruddin Ahmed for participation of APRO in the Suraksha
Exhibition on 29th January, 2008 at Jaipur.

2nd Colloquium on Respecting and Recognising Police Authors.

Shri P M Dastidar, IGP (Communication) and Director of Police (Commn.) Assam was invited and attended the 2nd Colloquium on Respecting and Recognizing Police Authors held at New Delhi from 18th to 20th December, 2007 organised by the BPR&D, MHA, Govt. of India, New Delhi. A compilation of papers and articles of Shri Dastidar on Police Wireless and ICT was displayed in the exhibition of the Colloquium.

2nd Leg Asian Grand Prix Athletics Meet,2007- Communication Coverage

Communication coverage for security arrangements and event conduction of the 2nd Leg Asian Grand Prix Athletics Meet-2007 was held at the Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium, Sarusajai, Guwahati on 23-06-2008 was provided successfully by APRO.

President's Police Medal for Meritorious Service Awardees.

Sl. No.
Name with Designation Year in which conferred
1.
Shri Bholanath Saikia
DIGP(Commn) Assam
Independence Day, 1976
2.
Shri Hamendra Nath Mahanta
Inspector
Independence Day, 1977
3.
Shri Nonigopal Dey,
Dy. Supdt. of Police (C)
Independence Day, 1977
4.
Shri Ganesh Ch. Das-I
Sub-Inspector
Independence Day, 1982
5.
Shri Sashi Kt. Sarma
Sub-Inspector
Independence Day, 1983
6.
Shri U K Dutta,
Dy. Supdt. of Police (C)
Republic Day, 1983
7.
Shri Binode Behari Dhar
Dy. Supdt. of Police (C)
Republic Day, 1985
8.
Shri K. Deka,
Director of olice (C)
Republic Day, 1990
9.
Shri Keshab Ch. Goswami,
Sub-Inspector
Republic Day, 1992
10.
Shri Animesh Roy Mazumdar,
Sub-Inspector
Independence Day, 1992
11.
Shri P M Dastidar,
Addl. Director of Police (Commn) Assam
Independence Day, 1993
12.
Shri Prafulla Dutta,
Inspector
Republic Day, 1995
13.
Shri Santosh Ali Sheikh,
Asstt. Sub-Inspector
Independence Day, 1995
14.
Shri Sonaram Borah
Sub-Inspector
Republic Day, 1996
15.
Shri Rohit Kakati
Sub-Inspector
Independence Day, 1996
16.
Shri Ganesh Ch. Das - II
Sub-Inspector
Republic Day, 1997
17.
Shri Nalini Kt. Sarma
Dy. Supdt. of Police (C)
Independence Day, 1998
18.
Shri Phanidhar Neog
ABSI
Independence Day, 1997
19.
Shri Dinesh Saikia
Sub-Inspector
Republic Day, 1999
20.
Shri B K Bhattacharyya
Dy. Supdt. of Police (C)
Republic Day, 2001
21.
Shri Girindra Kr. Dey
Sub-Inspector (RM)
Republic Day, 2001
22.
Shri Dambarudhar Sarma,
C/N(Opr)
Republic Day, 2002
23.
Shri Rajani Kt. Kurmi,
Sub-Inspector (Cy)
Republic Day, 2003
24.
Shri Nagen Ch. Bangthai
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
Independence Day, 2003
25.
Shri Dafedar Singh Chauhan
Inspector
Independence Day, 2003
26.
Shri Dwijendra Ch. Kalita,
Sub_Inspector (RM)
Republic Day, 2003
27.
Shri Dilip Kr. Baruah
Sub-Inspector (Opr)
Independence Day, 2003
28.
Shri Dharani Kt. Das
Sub-Inspector(RM)
Republic Day, 2004
29.
Shri Ranabir Choudhury,
Sub-Inspector(Opr)
Republic Day, 2005
30.
Shri Bristi Ram Boro
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
Republic Day, 2005
31.
Shri Debi Prasad Das
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
Republic Day, 2006
32.
Shri Nareswar Deka
Constable
Republic Day, 2006
33.
Shri Balindra Kr. Nath
Constable (Opr)
Independence Day, 2007
34.
Shri Bhaben Gogoi
Constable (Opr)
Independence Day, 2007
35.
Shri Lohit Basumatary
Constable (D/R)
Republic Day, 2008

DGP's Commendation Medal Awardees.

Sl. No.
Name with Designation Year in which conferred
1.
Shri Ranabir Choudhury
Sub-Inspector (Opr)
2001
2.
Shri Uday Medhi
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (RM)
2001
3.
Shri Dambarudhar Sarmah
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
2001
4.
Shri Nagen Ch. Bangthai
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
2002
5.
Shri Rajani Kt. Kurmi
Sub-Inspector (Cy)
2002
6.
Shri Tarani Kalita
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (RM)
2003
7.
Md. Jahirul Haque
Inspector (RM)
2004
8.
Shri Nalini Kr. Borborah
Sub-Inspector (F/E)
2004
9.
Shri Bristi Ram Boro
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Opr)
2004
10.
Shri Achyut Nandan Phukan
Sub-Inspector (RM)
2006
11.
Shri Mridul Kr. Sarma
Sub-Inspector (Comp)
2006
12.
Shri Hari Sankar Sahu
Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Tech)
2007
13.
Shri Dinanath Saikia
Hony. Havildar
2007

Police (Antrik Suraksha Seva) Padak Awardees.

Sl. No.
Name with Designation Year in which conferred
1.
Shri Prabir Mohan Dastidar,
IGP(Commn) & DP(C) Assam, Guwahati
2004
2.
Shri Nalini Kt. Sarmah,
Addl. SP(C) HQ-II, Guwahati
2004
3.
Shri Dwija Kumar Singha,
Dy.SP(C) HQ-IV, Guwahati
2004
4.
Shri Birendra Medhi,
Dy. SP(C) ER, Jorhat
2004
5.
Shri Jatin Ch. Nath
Inspector
2004
6.
Shri Md. Jahirul Haque
Inspector
2004
7.
Shri Ramani Mohan Talukdar
Inspector
2004
8.
Inspr. Chandra Kt. Dutta
2004
9.
Shri Navajit Kr. Medhi
Inspector
2004
10.
Shri Arup Kr. Bhuyan
Inspector
2004
11.
Shri Bhagaban Ch. Das
Inspector
2004
12.
Shri Laxmi Kt. Mahanta
Inspector
2004
13.
SI(Tech) Golap Ch. Saikia (Rtd)
2004
14.
SI(Cy) Rajani Kt. Kurmi
2004
15.
SI(Tech) Achyut Nandan Phukan
2004
16.
ASI(Tech) Moina Morang
2004
17.
ASI(Tech) Mileswar Swargiary
2004
18.
ASI(Tech) Ratul Kr. Hazarika
2004
19.
ASI(Tech) Ramesh Basumatary
2004
20.
ASI(Opr) Navajyoti Kalita
2004
21.
ASI(Tech) Girish Bharali
2004
22.
ASI(Opr) Jogeswar Haloi
2004
23.
ASI(Tech) Khargeswar Mahela
2004
24.
ASI(Tech) Sumal Ch. Gayari
2004
25.
ASI(FE) Arabinda Deka
2004
26.
ASI(Opr) Nagen Bangthai
2004
27.
ASI(Opr) Ranjit Kr. Roy
2004
28.
ASI(Opr) Kanak Ch. Kalita
2004
29.
ASI(Cy) Dipak Kr. Das-II
2004
30.
ASI((Tech) Dipak Kalita
2004
31.
ASI(Cy) Uttam Kr. Biswas
2004
32.
ASI(Tech) Kusheswar Saikia
2004
33.
ASI(Tech) Abdur Rafique Ansari
2004
34.
ASI(FE) Tarun Ch. Kalita-II
2004
35.
ASI(Opr) Mohim Ram Mahanta
2004
36.
ASI(Opr) Jiten Ch. Saloi
2004
37.
ASI(Opr) Hemen Sarma
2004
38.
ASI(Opr) Ganesh Dewri
2004
39.
ASI(Tech) Bipul Ch. Bora
2004
40.
ASI(Opr) Dipaklal Srivastava
2004
41.
ASI(Tech) Sashanka Sekhar Nath
2004
42.
ASI(Tech) Bijit Swrang Mushahari
2004
43.
ASI(Tech) Durgeswar Dewri
2004
44.
ASI(Tech) Mohan Ch. Mahanta
2004
45.
ASI(Tech) Dharmeswar Rava
2004
46.
ASI(Tech) Jayanta Bordoloi
2004
47.
ASI(Tech) Tulsi Dewri
2004
48.
ASI(Tech) Ganesh Das
2004
49.
C/Opr Nagen Medhi
2004
50.
C/Opr Uttam Kr. Gogoi
2004
51.
C/Opr Narayan Bhuyan
2004
52.
C/Tech Jugal Bordoloi
2004
53.
C/Tech Bhaba Kt. Chetia
2004
54.
C/Opr Pankaj Phukan
2004
55.
C/Opr Rabinandan Roy
2004
56.
C/Opr Hemant Kr. Nath
2004
57.
C/Opr Ratul Bormudoi
2004
58.
C/Opr Akhil Kr. Barman
2004
59.
C/Tech Jiten Teron
2004
60.
C/Tech Sujumar Paul
2004
61.
CN(FE) Dilip Kr. Choudhury
2004
62.
C/Opr Mainul Haque Choudhury
2004
63.
CN(FE) Rabindra Deka
2004
64.
CN(Cy) Rajat Kr. Kalita
2004
65.
C/Opr Sarif Ahmed
2004
66.
CN(Tech) Salim Hussain
2004
67.
C/Opr Upen Ch. Borah
2004
68.
C/Opr Tarun Ch. Saikia
2004
69.
C?Tech Ajoy Roy
2004
70.
CN(FE) Nur Mahmud Ali-II
2004
71.
C/Opr Murari Goswami
2004
72.
CN(Tech) Babul Ch. Kalita
2004
73.
CN(Tech) Arshad Ali
2004
74.
CN(Tech) Abdul Barik
2004
75.
CN(Tech) Sunil Kr Roy
2004
 
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