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Gurgaon Traffic Police organises summer camp for kids to teach them traffic rules
As part of the initiative of Gurgaon Traffic Police to make students aware of the traffic rules and the traffic scenario in the city, Gurgaon Police is organizing a summer camp for kids of ages 11-17 years.

The camp would have 4 batches of 40 kids each, Starting every Tuesday to Saturday (9:00 am to 12:30 pm) every week in June 2015. Online registration has to be done by way of the parent sending a mail to

The program schedule would involve daily training on Self Defence and Road Safety Knowledge and special themes every day on Road Safety Audit, Visit to a model Police Station, Challaning, Visit to Police Training Center, Bhondsi (where they would take part in Horse riding, Skating, Obstacle course, etc).

Every Saturday, the concluding day of the Summer Camp, the participants would do presentations on their learnings from the camp at Artemis Auditorium, Gurgaon in front of their Parents, invitee Principals and Senior Police officials on their learning from the camp and how they will use the learnings to be better citizens on road and ensure their own safety too. Each participant will be awarded a certificate on the final day by Smt. Bharti Arora, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Gurgaon. There is no enrollment fee for the summer camp.

This is a sincere effort to ensure that our young ones are aware of the traffic rules and know how to be safe on the road at the same time get to know the police functioning. As such, we would look forward to maximum enrollment.

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