As many as 58 Assistant Commandants of the 66th batch passed out of the Coast Guard Training Centre here on Tuesday on successful completion of the CG Law and Operations Course.
Inspector General Vijay D Chafekar, Commander, Coast Guard Region (West), reviewed the passing-out parade at the Coast Guard District Headquarters No. 4, Kochi, said an official release.
During the ceremonial review, the chief guest awarded book prizes to the meritorious trainee officers. Assistant Commandant Sahil Chopra was awarded the first prize for scoring highest marks in the batch.
The Director General Sword of Honour was awarded to Assistant Commandant Ankit Sharma for standing first in overall order of merit. Inspector General Chafekar urged the trainee officers 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.
The officers learnt Maritime Law, Search and Rescue, Fisheries Monitoring & Control, Prevention and Control of Marine Pollution and other subjects related to the CG Charter as part of the course.
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