Port Blair, Feb 06: 45 Assistant Commandants of the 65th Batch passed out of the portals of Indian Coast Guard Training Centre, Kochi on successful completion of CG Law and Operations Course today. On this occasion, an impressive Passing Out Parade (POP) was held at Indian Coast Guard District Headquarters No. 4, Kochi. This POP marked the successful culmination of the Technical Courses for the trainee officers. During the 10.2 weeks CG Law and Operations Course, the officers were imparted instructions on Coast Guard specific subjects such as Maritime Law, Search and Rescue, Fisheries Monitoring & Control, Prevention and Control of Marine Pollution and other subjects related to the CG Charter of Duties. The Passing Out Parade was reviewed by Inspector General KR Suresh, TM Commander Coast Guard Region (Andaman & Nicobar). Speaking on the occasion, Inspector General KR Suresh advised the officer trainees to hone the skills they have gained during their training and reiterated the need to continuously strive for setting high standards of professionalism and conduct which in the long run would augur well for the organisation. He exhorted the officers to uphold the stature, honour and the glorious tradition of the service at all times and expressed the optimism that this training would form strong bedrock for the professional competence and leadership expected from an officer in the Indian Coast Guard. He advised the officer trainees to turn every challenge they face into an opportunity and excel in every sphere of life and profession. The POP was witnessed by a large number of senior Coast Guard and Naval Officers and families as well as civil dignitaries.
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