Honors in Chemistry, English, meet the best RPF bands | Lucknow News

LUCKNOW: Coming from a modest fatherless background in Jharkhand, Prem Kumar Sharma has always had a passion for music since his childhood. However, being the eldest of two siblings, he was responsible for supporting his family of three, including his mother, who for more than two decades made clothes to support the education of his two. children.
After graduating in chemistry from the first division of Sido Kanhu Murmu University in Dumka, the 24-year-old passed the four-level recruiting exam for railway protection force musicians. .
On Wednesday, he was named best orchestral musician for overall performance among 90 cadets at the musicians’ first fainting ceremony at JagJivan Ram RPF Academy, Lucknow.
“Since school, music has been my passion. I took correspondence courses in music license at Tabla de Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh. Throughout my life, my mother Asha Sharma has been the greatest support. for me, just as my father Ashish Sharma (farmer) succumbed to prolonged illness as a child. I had this urge to get a job in the government to support my mother who made clothes to run the family Therefore, I joined the RPF musicians and became a flautist, ”said 24-year-old Prem from Madhupur of Deogarh district, Jharkhand.
Prem now aspires to become an official of the Gazette; his younger brother Manish pursues public office.
Likewise, Abhishek Singh (27), from a remote corner of Uttar Pradesh, graduated in English from Jain College affiliated with Veer Kunwar Singh University in Arrah District in Bihar. He was declared the best outside caddy. Pursuing masters in IGNU’s “Gram Vikas”, the boy Ballia is a flautist in the musicians of the RPF. He taught music to Sangeet Samiti in Prayagraj.
“I turned to music when I was in class IX. Hailing from the village of Dubhar in Ballia, there was hardly any exposure for music and no job opportunities. I joined the musicians of the RPF to get a job in the government and practice music, but I would like to see myself as a civil servant for the next two years, ”said Abhishek, the youngest of the three brothers and sisters. His father Shivji Singh is an army veteran.
According to the RPF, for a job as a musician in the force, you must pass a written exam, a physical test, a professional test which involves a theoretical and practical examination, then a medical examination. The musicians course at the RPF lasts 11 months, including two months of basic training which includes the RPF system, ammunition, railway numbers, then nine months of music theory, playing musical instruments, walking. with instrument at Rajasthan Police Academy, Jaipur.
Navdeep Singh (25) from Rajasthan, from Bharatpur district, was the parade commander on Wednesday. He specializes in slide trombone musical instruments.

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