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Civil Defence camp during Jhiri Mela

Civil Defence Camp comprising of volunteers of civil defence town Akhnoor was established at Mela site w.e.f. 1st to 7th November 2006. A civil defence team along with first aid equipment and ambulance remained stationed during the mela period to meet any eventuality and to assist the piligrims coming from within and out side the state.


Darbar move offices reopen at Jammu

All state level Govt. offices including Police Headquarter J&K and Directorate of Homeguards / Civil Defence /Auxiliary Police J&K reopened at Jammu on 6th November 2006. On this occasion Sh. Gopal Sharma DGP J&K also took a round of various police offices including Homeguards / Civil Defence and held a meeting with senior officers. Several important decisions pertaining to the next six months were taken in the said meeting.


Five days Civil Defence Training at Sunderbani

Sh.Parveez Malik Dy.Commissioner Rajouri inaugurating civil defence training camp at Sunderbani. Also seen in the picture is Sh.Farooq Khan SSP and Sh.K.K.Langer chief warden

Five days Civil Defence training was inaugurated by Controller Civil Defence cum Dy.Commissioner Rajoui and SSP Rajouri on 13th November 2006 at Civil Defence town Sunderbani. During the training course the volunteers were trained in fire fighting, rescue operation, artificial respiration and first aid. Shri K.K. Langer, Chief Warden Rajouri highlighted the activities of civil defence in the towns. Smt. Vimla Sharma Post Warden coordinated the training programme in the town. During the function chief guest also distributed pocket allowance and training certificates to Civil Defence volunteers of previous batch.



Meeting of Post wardens of Civil Defence Jammu

On 16th November 2006 a meeting of Post Wardens of Civil Defence Jammu was held under the Chairmanship of Shri Navin Agarwal Inspector General of Police, Civil Defence J&K Jammu at Regional Civil Defence Control Centre Jammu. In this meeting a large number of Post wardens and Divisional wardens participated. The main aim of the meeting was to involve and inform the Civil Defence wardens with regard to celebrations of Civil Defence Raising Day w.e.f 1-12-06 to 6-12-06.

Sh.Navin Agarwal assigned various duties to wardens and encouraged productive suggestions from the wardens with regard to celebration of raising day and overall improvement in the civil defence organisation.


Passing Out Parade of Homeguard volunteers at CTI Jammu

Sh.Mohd Amin Shah DIG Traffic J&K
presenting certificate to a Homeguard volunteer on passing out parade

A new batch of 50 Homeguards volunteers (27men and 23 women) who underwent 35 days Basic training course at Central Training Institute of Homeguards and Civil Defence Jammu, passed out successfully on 18th Nov. 2006. Shri Mohd Amin Shah DIG Traffic was the chief guest on the occasion. He took salute and later on also distributed certificates and cash rewards among the Homeguards volunteers for their outstanding performance in various disciplines of training.

Chief guest in his address stressed upon the importance of quality training and expressed happiness that during training, volunteer Homeguards exhibited great dedication, devotion and hardwork and said that Homeguard volunteers are performing their police and traffic duties upto the satisfaction of their seniors. He also congratulated them for their drill, discipline and best turnout.

Earlier Principal of CTI Jammu Sh.Mohd Majid Malik Dy.SP highlighted the various activities of CTI Jammu and the training programme to be started in near future. Sh. T. Phunsog Commandant Aux. Police 2nd Bn Jammu presented vote of thanks. Among others present were Sh.S.M.Khatotra Divisional Commandant Homeguards, Smt.Manjit Kour Dy.Controller Jammu, Sh.Mohd Taj Area Commander Homeguards, Sh.P.D.Sharma Dy.SP, Sh.T.R.Rana Dy.SP.


Civil Defence training at Nowshera

Five days Civil Defence basic training was imparted to volunteers at civil defence town Nowshera w.e.f. 18th to 22nd November 2006. A team of civil defence instructors of Central Training Institute Jammu was deputed to the town where the volunteers were trained in fire fighting, rescue operation, artificial respiration, first aid, other skills required in mitigation of disasters effectively. Sh. Rajinder Parshad post warden civil defence Nowshera coordinated the training programme.


Civil Defence Training to Industrial Workers

In order to maintain the continuity of Industrial production during external aggression or occurrence of any man made/ natural disaster or during any major Industrial mishap/accident, the Civil Defence organisation with the collaboration of Bari Brahmana Industries Associations has started to impart necessary Civil Defence Training to the Industrial workers of different factories/units located in Bari Brahmina Industrial Area. The training was held w.e.f 20th November 2006 to 25th November 2006, in which besides experts from Civil Defence Jammu, a team of civil defence instructors of Central Training Institute, Jammu was also deputed. The first batch of trainees included workers from Saraswati Agro Chemical Industry, Euro Bond Industry, Sudhir Gensets Ltd.


Civil Defence Meeting at Samba

On 23rd November 2006 a meeting of civil defence wardens was held under the chairmanship of Sh.J.B.Singh Dy.Controller Samba. The meeting was attended by the Sh.Dharamvir Singh, Dy.Chief warden, Sh.Sanjay Gupta, Sh.Raj Singh, Sh.Nar Singh Dayal post wardens besides all sector wardens of civil defence Samba. During the meeting, it was decided that a training camp will be organized in near future.


Civil Defence awareness camp at Akhnoor

Sh.Navin Agarwal IGP civil defence J&K Jammu addressing a civil defence gathering at Akhnoor

A one day civil defence awareness camp was organized at DAV Public High School Nagbani Branch Akhnoor on 24th November 2006. The program was inaugurated by chief guest Sh.Navin Agarwal Inspector General of Police Civil Defence J&K. Sh. Agarwal in his address expressed satisfaction over civil defence measures undertaken in Akhnoor, including capacity building and imparting skills required to mitigate any disaster. Sh.Vinod Malhotra Dy.Chief Warden Jammu and Smt. Manjit Kour Dy.SP also spoke on the occasion. Sh.Paramjeet Kumar Dy.Chief Warden Jammu conducted the proceedings of the programme. A mock exercise was also carried out on the occasion.

Sh.Mohd Taj Dy.Controller civil Defence Akhnoor threw light on the activities of civil defence in the town. Smt. Kuldip Kour post warden Akhnoor co-ordinated the programme. Large number of civil defence wardens, volunteers besides students and general public also attended the camp.


Bal Mela

Civil Defence Jammu participated in Bal Mela organized at Shiksha Niketan School Chowadi, sainik colony Jammu on 26th November 2006. There the civil defence put up its stall displaying civil defence equipment. Civil defence films were also shown on the projector to the students and their parents. Number of students and people showed keen interest in civil defence and volunteered themselves to be enrolled as civil defence volunteers.


Civil Defence inter-college Debate competition at Jammu

As a part of Raising Day Celebration and to create an awareness among students an inter college debate competition was organized by J&K civil defence in two levels .

In level one, three winners from each college of Jammu city were selected to compete at level two, on 30th November 2006. The topic of the debate was “civil defence is an instrument of community policing”. The winners of round two were awarded certificates and mementos at RCDCC Jammu. The colleges that bagged the maximum prizes were SPMR college of commerce, M.B.S.College of Engineering and Govt. College for women Gandhi Nagar Jammu.


IGP visits Auxiliary Battalion

After the opening of darbar at Jammu Sh. Navin Agarwal IGP HG/CD & Aux.Police J&K inspected Aux. Police 2nd Bn. and Central Training Institute Jammu on 13th November 2006. He inspected parade, conducted inspection of Barracks and also reviewed the ongoing training in CTI besides inspection of Administrative office of the Battalion. On this occasion IGP addressed the jawans and appreciated them for performing their duties upto the mark. Later on, he also redressed the grievances of the jawans and issued on spot directions to the concerned.


Rescue operation by Civil Defence during a Road accident

A matador bearing No.JK06-1509 on way from Bhadarwah to Pull Doda met with an accident near pull Doda on 27th November 2006 in which two persons died and 34 injured. A civil defence team of Doda led by its chief warden Sh.Javid Iqbal Azad reached on spot and launched rescue operation and shifted the injured to hospital.


Meeting held for Raising Day celebrations

A meeting of Dy.Controllers Civil Defence and Area Commanders Homeguards was held at Jammu on 10th Nov.2006 under the chairmanship of Navin Agarwal, Inspector General of Police Civil Defence J&K Jammu in which the week long celebrations on the occasion of Raising Day were discussed.

The following is the tentative programme as worked out in this connection:


Ist Dec. 2006 Rally of Civil Defence Volunteers from Gole Market Jammu.
2nd Dec 2006 Seminar on the topic “Civil Defence as an instrument of community policing” at Jammu club Jammu.
3rd Dec. 2006 Sports practice rounds
4th Dec. 2006 Sports meet at Police Stadium Jammu.
5th Dec. 2006 Chief wardens conference at Aux.Police 2nd Bn. conference hall.
6th Dec. 2006 Raising Day at Aux. Police lines, Gandhi nagar Jammu.


Sh.Randhir Singh Dy.Controller civil defence Leh addressing volunteers and school children during a training camp
A view of passing out parade
of Homeguard volunteers at CTI Jammu


Civil Defence volunteers welcoming Sh.Parveez Malik Dy.Commissioner Rajouri and Sh.Farooq Khan SSP Rajouri on the inauguration of civil defence training camp at Sunderbani
Sh.Alok Kumar IPS SSP Leh with students at civil defence awareness camp in Ladakh on 3rd November 2006