I joined the premier, Indian Police Service (IPS) in the year 1977 & belong to Haryana Cadre. I have more than 27 years of police job experience of very senior level
1. I hold a Bachelor’s degree from Punjab University (1972) with merit position in Non-Medical Sciences.
2. I am a Graduate from Institute of Electronics & Communication (IETE), New Delhi.
Police Job Experience:
1. I served as District Superintendent of Police in Jind, Kurukshetra, and Hisar & Gurgaon.
2. I have also served on Central Deputation with CISF as AIG HQ from 1987 to 1991.
3. I was promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police in May 1993 and posted as DIG Gurgaon Range.
4. I was awarded Indian Police Medal for meritorious service on the occasion of Republic Day 1994.
5. From April’94 to October’95, I served as DIG CID Haryana – with a brief stint as DIG Hisar.
6. I joined National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) on deputation in May 1996 as Deputy Director.
7. I was promoted as Inspector General (IG) of Police and took over as Director National Crime Records Bureau from April 1, 2001 till September, 2001.
8. Presently I am holding the post of IG Police with Haryana Police.
I am actively associated with sports promotion at national and international level for the last 25 years.
At national level I am presently holding the following positions:
1. Executive Committee Member Indian Olympic Association (IOA)
2. President, Taekwondo Federation of India (TFI).
3. President, Indian Amateur Luge Association (IALA)
I am the founder president of Winter Sports Discipline “Luge” in India.
Chef-de-mission of India in Winter Olympics at Nagano Japan in Feb’1998. The lone athlete to participate in the Nagano Olympics-1998 was from the discipline of Luge.
In taekwondo, Indian athlete won for the first time a Bronze medal in Asian Games, at Pusan Korea (2002).
Indian athletes have won medals in Asian Championships in senior and junior levels as well.
At present, there are about 5000 Black belts registered with TFI and our target is to increase the same to over 25,000 over next five-eight years. Similarly our registered athlete base is also expected to jump up to 1 million over next 5-8 years. About 1500 schools are going to introduce taekwondo in the current schooling year of 2005-2006. This will result in more than 150 thousand new athletes joining taekwondo in at sub junior and junior level.
More than 50 4-dan and above black belts are ready to appear for International referees. India proposes to hold a IR Seminar every year for our own athletes as well athletes from the neighbouring countries especially SAF nations.
For preparing our senior and junior teams for International and World Championships, 5 Regional Training Centres will start functioning from this year at Delhi, Lucknow, Aurangabad Imphal and Bangalore.
These centres will function as centres of excellence and provide training to our national level athletes including their education etc. Federation will manage and run these RTCs by providing best training equipments, competitive environment and facilities.
These RTCs will also try to accommodate athletes from neighbouring countries and provide them training at much cheaper costs.