passing-out parade

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passing-out parade

[ˌpɑːsɪŋˈaʊtpəˌreɪd] n (Mil, Police) → parata finale
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LAHORE: Over 200 probationer sub-inspectors (SIs) inducted through the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) and Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) are eagerly waiting for their passing-out parade despite the fact that all the trainee cadets have completed their coursework and training over a month ago, Pakistan Today has learnt reliably.
However, all the cadets are still residing at the training centre of Sihala near Islamabad, putting a burden on the national exchequer and equally perturbing the cadets who have been forced to live in the training academy hundreds of miles away from their homes till the passing-out parade is held.
Another cadet was of the view that several of his fellows had delayed their marriages just because of the delay in their passing-out parade as they want to enjoy their cherished moments with a relaxed mind.
Pakistan Today has also learnt that PPSC has completed the recruitment process of the fifth batch of SIs and they would only be called for training once the passing-out parade of the third batch takes place.
She has joined the Royal Navy and will be among new trainees taking part in a passing-out parade at Dartmouth, watched by the Queen.
The 56 members from Huddersfield and District Army Veterans' Association were guests of honour at a passing-out parade of new recruits at Catterick Camp in North Yorkshire.
The veterans have forged links with Catterick training camp in recent times and first went to a passing-out parade two years ago.
YOUNGSTERS who have spent weeks learning how to be firefighters celebrated the end of the course with a passing-out parade.
They showed off their new-found skills at the passing-out parade, which was attended by fire chiefs and council bosses.
Coventry Trading Standards received 32 complaints against Mr Gordon after he took photos of passing-out parades at two Army bases between August last year and January this year.
Mr Gordon, who has been specialising in passing-out parades for eight years, said: "I went to great lengths and expense to sort it all out.