IGP awards Police constable having Ph D degree in Bioinformatics.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. Mohammad Naeem Khan Tuesday said that highly qualified and talented jawans would be encouraged so as to enable them to bring more laurals for the country as well as for the police force.
This he stated while giving award to constable Dr. Mohammad Tahir of FSL here at CPO Peshawar.
It merits mention here that police constable Mohammad Tahir is a Ph.D scholar in Bioinformatics. He has also written a book namely Forensic Serology as well as has drafted Standing Operating Procedure in serology for Forensic Science Laboratory.
He has recently completed his Research from Shengai Zioteng University, which is one of the best in China. He has also contributed different Research papers in Biology as well as fully abreast himself from modern Forensic Research.
The IGP held in high esteem the educational services of constable Dr. Mohammad Tahir and termed him precious asset of the police force who added another feather in the rich cap of the force through best research work.
The IGP informed that the hidden capabilities of Dr. Mohammad Tahir would be fully utilized and he would be provided every opportunity to contribute for the police force.
The IGP hoped that constable Dr. Mohammad Tahir would keep continue his best services in the field of research in future too and will thus bring more success for the force.
The IGP awarded constable Dr. Mohammad Tahir with cash prize of Rs. 10000 for his meritorious services in the field of education.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||May 15, 2019|
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