Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh): A week-long self defence training programmeorganised for the students of Mata Gujri women’s college of Jabalpur concluded successfully on Saturday. The students of the college were not only provided physical training, but mental training too. Training officer Rajendra Dhawalpuri was present on the last day of the training session on Saturday. He shed light on the importance of Karate and apprised the girl students that how pivotal a role it plays in self-defence.
The one-week long training session witnessed a thick footfall of the students at the college. City Superintendent of police (CSP), RD Bharadwaj was present as the special guest on the occasion, Dr Jyoti Jungare, who had also ensured her presence at the training programme, lauded its conduct and expressed her views on self-defence as a part of the everyday life. CSP Bharadwaj apprised the girl students of safety gadgets and advised them to assume the responsibility of their safety themselves. In his address, he also suggested the students to inform their parents and police in case of any untoward incident. IAS officer Dr Monika Dhagat and staff members of other colleges were also present on the occasion.
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