SI - Rajasthan Police Academy

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Working days/weeks available for training (365-120=245)

245 days

8

Indoor periods available 245X5=1225 periods

5 periods per day

9

Outdoor periods available. Including games & sports 245X4=980 periods, less periods for maintenance-80=900 Net Outdoor periods available

4 periods per day

900 periods

Note :a) A week will consist of 6 working days except Second Saturday of each month, which will be holiday. b) There will be 5 Indoor and 4 Outdoor periods on every working day.

General Instructions
S.No. 1 2 3 4 Subjects Address by the Head of the Institution. Writing of personal date and life history by the trainees. Training concepts an objectives, methodology and plan of work of the training. Instructions regarding personal hygiene (e.g. health, habits, avoidance of waste of electric power, water etc. and regarding conduct in barracks, parade/lay grounds, class rooms, library, hospital, canteen etc. and on ways to and from parade grounds, class rooms etc. 5 6 7 8 Syllabus, textbooks and examination. Importance of maintaining a personal diary. Bugle calls and the daily routine of the Institutions. Designation, ranks, badges of rank and names of the Senior Officer of the Institution and neighboring units. 9 10 11 12 13 Maintenance of barracks, classrooms and the campus. Gardening and beautification of Police Premises. How to use the telephone. Good behaviors and department, particularly in Public. On the need to develop a balanced, sober, impartial, national and secular outlook. -2 Periods 15

SYLLABUS FOR INDOOR TRAINING : Paper 1 2 Paper-I Paper-II Boards Papers Modern India and the Role of Police Police Organization and Administration and Management 3 4 5 6 7 Paper-III Paper-IV Paper-V Paper-VI Paper-VII Indian Penal Code Criminal Procedure Code and Indian Evidence Act Minor Acts (with books) (Central & Rajasthan) Criminology and Practical Police work a- Forensic Medicine - 40 b- Forensic Science i) ii) 8 9 Paper-VIII Paper-IX Theory & Practical - 20 100 100 Regulation/ Rajasthan 40 - 40 100 100 100 100 100 Max Marks 100 100

Law and Order General subjects : a) Rajasthan Police

Police Rules/ G.F.& A.R.; and Rajasthan Service Rules b) Rajasthan Civil Services Conduct Rules, Rajasthan Police Subordinate Sevice Rules, Rajasthan Service C.C.A.Rules, Standing Orders & Important Circulars c) Management of Police Lines 10 Paper-X Total Changing Public Expectations from Police 30 100 1000 30

Note : I) All Sub Inspectors (Probationers) will be required to appear in Mid Term Examination to be conducted by the Head of the Training Institution. II) The Final Examination will comprise of the following four items : a) Board Papers : i) Indoor subjects. ii) Outdoor subjects. -3 -

b) Practical Examinations (Local Papers). c) Additional subjects. d) Director/Principal's marks. III) Pass marks of Final Examination will be as under : i) Each Indoor subjects. ii) Each Outdoor subjects. 50% 50% 55% 55%

iii) Aggregate of Indoor subjects. iv) Aggregate of Outdoor. -

v) Total aggregate of Indoor, Outdoor, Local Examination & Director/ Principal's marks. -60% A- SUBJECTS FOR INDOOR PAPERS :

Paper-I Modern India and the Role of Police :
a) b) c) Salient features of History & Geography of Rajasthan. Political framework-At Center & State level. Indian Constitution-Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Powers of President & Governor, Role of Cabinet in Union & State Governments, Set up of Supreme Court & High Court and lower Judiciary, Role of Legislation and responsibilities of Police. d) Administrative set up, State, Divisional, District and Sub Divisional levels, Local Self Govt. & Panchayat; Raj Institutions. e) f) g) h) Flag code. National Integration, Threats to National Unity and Integrity. Changing Role of Police in the present Social/Economic Framework. The Role of Sub Inspectors and his Inter play with other Agencies, Departments and bodies. i) j) k) l) m) Role of Social Institutions including C.L.Gs. in eradication of crime. Harassment of Foreign Tourist and Police. Human Rights Law and Implications. Protection for Minority of weaker Sections of Society. Juveniles Delinquency- Legal Provisions.

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Paper- II Police Organization, Administration and Management :
a) b) c) I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. Brief History of Police in India. Police Code of Conduct. Central Police Organizations. Intelligence Bureau. Central Bureau of Investigation. Border Security Force. Central Reserve Police Force. Bureau of Police Research & Development. National Police Academy. Central Industrial Security Force.

VIII. Railway Protection Force. IX. X. XI. XII. Special Protection Group. National Security Guard. Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science. Central Forensic Institute. a) Central Detective Training Schools. Chandigarh, Calcutta & Hyderabad. b) Central Finger Print Bureau, Calcutta. XIII. Offices of Government Examiners of Questioned Documents, Shimla, Calcutta and Hyderabad. XIV. National Crime Records Bureau. XV. (d) (e) Directorate of Co-Ordination, Police Wireless. Aid to civil power by armed forces of the Union Government. a) Police Administration in the State-at-State, Range, District, Circle & Police Station levels. b) Specialized units : I. II. III. IV. V. CID(CB) CID(SB) GRP State Crime Records Bureau Anti Corruption Department -5 -

VI. VII. VIII. IX. (f)

Police Telecommunication Police Training Institutions Forensic Science Laboratory Other Branches of the PHQ

Auxiliary Force : (i) Home Guards & Civil Defense (ii) Fire Service

(g) (h) (i)

Rank badges of Police & Police Decorations. Leader ship & Supervision in Police. I. Human behaviour and Police Attitude. Police Public Relations. II. Attitude towards SC/ST women, children and weaker sections and minorities.

(j)

Importance of quick response, alertness and re-action to situation and attention to details of the situation.

(k)

Management concepts : Motivation Leadership Dealings with various groups like social organizations. political, labour, students groups etc.

Paper - III Indian Penal Code
Max Marks : 100 Time : 3 Hrs. S.No. 1 2 3 Chapter I II III Heading Introduction General explanations Of punishments Sections for class Sections for work self study Whole 1 to 5 Whole 6 to 52A 71, 75 53 to 70, 72, 74 4 5 6 7 IV V V-A VI General exceptions Abetment Criminal conspiracy Offence against the State whole 76 to 106 whole 107 to 120 whole 120A to 120B 121 to 124A, 128 to 130 -6 -

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VII

Offence relating to the Army, 136, 139, 140 Navy and Air force

131 to 135, 137, 138

9

VIII

Offence against the public 141 to 149, 153, 150 to 152, tranquility 153A, 153B, 159, 154 to 158 160

10

IX

Offences by or relating to Whole 161 to 171 public servants

11 12

IX-A X

Offences relating to elections Contempts of the

171A to 171G 172, 173, 176 to 181, 183 to 185

Lawful 174, 182, 186 to 190

authority of public servants

13

XI

False evidence and offences 191 to 196, 201, 213 to 220 against public justice 202, 211, 212, 221 to 225, 225A, 225B

14

XII

Offences relating to coin and 230 to 235 Govt. stamps

236 to 263, 263A Whole 264 to 267

15

XIII

Offences relating to weights and measures

16

XIV

Offences affecting the Public 268, 269, 279, 292 Health Safety, conveniences, to 294 decency and morals

17 18

XV XVI

Offences relating to religion Offences Human body Affecting

295, 295A, 298

296, 297

the 299 to 304A, 304B, 305, 312 to 306, 307 to 309, 319 318, to 326, 339 to 342, 336 to 338, 349 to 354, 359 to 327 to 335, 366B, 375, 376, 343 to 348, 355 to 358, 367 to 374

376A, 376B, 377

19

XVII

Offences against property

378 to 384, 390 to 385 to 389, 420, 425 to 426, 435 427 to 432, to 436, 441 to 460, 434, 461, 462 463 to 465 -7 -

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XVIII

Offences

relating

to 463 to 465, 467, 469, 472 to 471, 477A, 474, 479, 481 to 489 Whole 493 to 498

documents and to property 468, marks 21 XX Offences relating to marriage

489A to 489E -

22

XX-A

Cruelty

by

husband

or 498A

relatives of husband 23 24 XXI XXII Defamation 499, 500 504, 505,

Criminal Intimidation insult 503, 506, 509 and annoyance

507, 508, 510 511

25

XXIII

Attempts to commit offences

Paper-IV Criminal Procedure Code & Indian Evidence Act
Max Marks - 100 Time - 3 hours S.No. Chapter Heading Sec. for class Sec. for self work 1 2 I II Preliminary 1, 2 & 4 7, 11 to 15, 19 study

Constitution of criminal courts & 6 offices

3

III

Power of courts

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Whole 26 to 35

4

IV

a) Power of superior officers of Whole 36 police b) Aid to the Magistrates and the 37 to 40 police

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5

V

Arrest of persons

Whole 41 to 60

6

VI

Process to compel appearance

61, 62, 65, 67, 70, 71, 73, 74 68, 82 & 83 to 79

7

VII

Process to compel the production of 91 to 95, 97, 99 to 101 & things. 98, 102 105 -8 -

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VIII

Security for keeping the peace and 106 to 110 for good behavior.

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9

IX

Maintenance of public order and 129 to 132, 143 tranquility. 133, 144 to 147

10

XI

Preventive action of the police.

Whole 149 to 153

11

XII

Information to the police and their Whole 154 to powers to investigate. 176 177, 176, 184 & 185 190, 196 of proceedings 207 & 208 209 & 210 195 &

12

XIII

Jurisdiction of the criminal courts in inquiries and trials.

13

XIV

Conditions requisite for initiation of 197, 198A proceedings.

14

XVI

Commencement

before Magistrates. 15 16 XVII XVIII The charge. Trial before a court of sessions. 218 to 220 236 225, 227, 228, 231, 232 17 XIX Trial of warrants cases by 238 to 243 -

Magistrates. 18 XX Trial of summons cases by 251 to 259

Magistrates. 19 20 XXI XXII Summary trials. 260 to 262 271

Attendance of persons confined or detained in prison.

21

XXIII

Evidence in enquiries and trials.

291 to 295 to 298, 299

22

XXIV

General provisions as to inquiries 300, 306, 307, 308, 309, 311, and trials. 320 316, 323 317 &

23

XXVI

Provisions as to offences affecting the administration of justice.

340 & 350

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24 25 26 27 28

XXVII XXIX XXXIII XXIV XXXVI

The judgment. Appeals. Provisions as to bail and bounds. Disposal of property.

377 & 378 436 to 439 451, 452, 457

356, 358 446, 459

Limitation for taking cognizance of Whole 467 to certain offences. 473 475 482, 483 The schedule first

29 30

XXXVII

Miscellaneous. Schedules.

India Evidence Act :
S.No. 1 2 Chapter I II Heading Preliminary. Relevancy of facts. Section for class Section for work self study 3, 4 5 to 11, 14, 24 to 17 to 22, 30, 27, 45 to 48, 51, 32 to 36 53, 54 3 III Fact, which need not be 56 to 58

proved. 4 5 IV V Oral evidence. Documentary evidence. Whole 59 to 60 -

61 to 65, 67, 71, 79 to 83, 88 74 to 78

6

VII

The burden of proof.

101 to 106, 114 to 107 to 110 114A

7

IX

Witnesses.

118, 120, 122 to 132, 134 125, 133

8

X

The examination of witnesses.

137 to 160

161 to 165

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Paper-V Minor Acts (with books) :
Max Marks - 100 Time - 3 hours A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Minor Acts Central : Indian Arms Act, 1985 Indian Explosive Act Explosives Substances Act, 1989 Telegraph wires (unlawful possession) Act, 1950 Indian Railway Act, 1989 Sec.- 17, 19 to 21, 25, 39 Sec.- 4 to 6, 8 to 13 Whole Sec.- 4A, 5, 7 Sec.- 100 to 104, 108 to 113, 118 to 121, 126 to 132 6. 7. Indian Police Act, 1861 Police (Incitement to disaffection) Act, 1922 (Whole) Police Force Restriction of Rights Act, 1966 8. 9. Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1977 Whole 1888-Whole Sec.- 2, 3, 4

Narcotics Drugs Psychotropic Substances Act, Sec.s- 2, 7, 15 to 32, 45 to 58 1985

10. 11.

Representation of Peoples Act, 1951

Sec.- 1, 2, 123 to 136

Prevention of Damages to Public Property Act, Whole 1984

12.

Motor Vehicles Act, 1989

Sec.- 1 to 6, 17, 19, 28, 29, 39, 62, 66, 72, 79, 87, 112 to 136, 146, 160, 177 to 190, 192, 194, 195, 196 to 209

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

The Foreigners Act, 1946 Indian Passport Act, 1950 & 1967 India Official Secrets Act, 1923 Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1961 Dowry Prohibition Act, 1960 Essential Commodities Act, 1955 Sec.- 15A, I.P.Rules Whole Whole Whole Sec.- 1 to 3, 7, 8 to 10A, 12A, 14 & 15

19. 20.

Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 Foreigners Order, 1948

Sec.- 2, 50 to 51 (self study) Self Study - 11 -

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Treasure Trove Act, 1878 National Security Act, 1980 Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act, 1956 Prevention of Corruption, 1988 Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act, 2000 I.T.Act, 2000 The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 Prevention of Insult to National Honor Act, 1971 Sec.- 2, 17, 65 to 80 Sec.- 2, 12, 18 to 2 Sec.- 2 to 29 Sec.- 2 to 3 Sec.- 2, 7 to 15, 19

Prize Chit and Money Circulation Scheme Sec.- 2 to 18 (Regulation) Act, 1995

31. 32.

Antiquities and Art Treasure Act, 1972 Ancient monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958

33. 34.

The Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929 The Copy Right Act, 1957 Sec.- 2, 13, 51, 52, 63 to 70

B 1. 2. 3.

Minor Acts Rajasthan : Rajasthan Armed Constabulary Act, 1950 Rajasthan Noises Control Act, 1963 Sec.- 2, 3, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Sec.- 1-8

Rajasthan Preservation of Certain Animal Act, Sec.- (Whole) 1 to 5 1950

4. 5. 6.

Rajasthan Public Gambling Ordinance, 1949 Rajasthan Habitual Offenders Act, 1953

Whole Whole

Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act, Sec.- (Whole) 1 to 7 1970

7.

Rajasthan Religious Places and Building Act, Sec.- 5, 6, 11, 13 1954

8. 9. 10.

Rajasthan Forest Act, 1953 Rajasthan Identification of Prisoners Act, 1956

Sec.- 2, 3 to 6, 25 to 70, 77, 79 Sec.- 1 to 6

Rajasthan Wild Animals & Birds Protection Act, Sec.- 1 to 11 1951

11.

Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 - 12 -

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Rajasthan Excise Act, 1950

Sec.- 3 to 6, 16, 19 to 23, 45, 48, 49, 51 to 58, 62

13. 14.

Jaipur Development Authority Act, 1982

Sec.- 31 to 33, 71, 72

Rajasthan Police (Incitement to Disaffection) Sec.- 2, 3, 4, 7 Act, 1979

15. 16.

Rajasthan Prevention of Mrity Bhoj Act, 1960

Sec.- 2 to 10

Rajasthan State Commission for Women Act, Sec.- 2, 3, 10, 13 1999

17.

Rajasthan

Bovine

Animal

(Prohibition

of

Slaughter & Regulation of Temporary Migration of Export) Act & Rules, 1995 18. Rajasthan Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, Sec.- 2 to 8 187 19. Rajasthan Public Examinations (Prevention of Sec.- 2 to 7 unfair means) Act, 1992 20. Rajasthan Video Film (Regulation of Exhibition) Sec.- 2 to 5, 10 to 12 Act, 1990 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Rajasthan Municipalities Act, 1959 Rajasthan Right to Information Act, 2000 Rajasthan Smoking Prohibition Act, 1999 The Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995 Child Labor Act, 1986 Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Air Pollution Control Act, 1981 Consumer Protection Act, 1986 Agmark Act, 1936 I.S.I.Act, 1956 National Minority Community Act, 1993 National Commission for Women Act, 1990 National SC/ST Commission Act, 1990 Sec.- 170, 194, 203 Sec.- 2 to 10 Sec.- 2 to 12

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Note :
The importance and relevant Sec. of the Acts, listed at serial no. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 18, 19 shall be taught in the classrooms and the rest are meant for self study.

Paper- IV Criminology and Practical Police Work
Max Marks : 100 Time : 3 Hours A. B An Introduction on modern conception in criminology. Criminogenic Factor : (i) Psychological

(ii) Sociological (iii) Economic (iv) Political C a) b) Practical Police Work : Crime Prevention. Detection of investigation of crime consultation of the record and SCRB and computerized forms. c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) o) Preparation of first information report. Inspection of scene of crime. Interrogation of suspects and witnesses. Identification of accused persons. Checking of history sheeters and arresting of proclaimed offenders. Search seizure and arrest, use of handihiffs. M.O. and finger print. Role of informers. Writing of case diary. Preparation of charge sheet/final report. Special report cases. Observation. Prosecution : (i) Giving evidence in the court.

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Practical exercise in investigation of dacoity. Drawing up of inquest report.

Paper- VII Forensic Medicine and Forensic Science
Max Marks : 100 Time : 3 Hours A. Forensic Medicine : 1. Introduction - scope and importance of Forensic Medicine to police. 2. Medicine on Establishing identify of subjects including determination of their sex, age and place of birth. 3. Medicine for establishing identity of dead persons examination, postmortem examination. 4. Medico legal aspects of death with emphasis on cause time of death. Distinction between homicidal suicidal; accidental and natural deaths. 5. Violent asphyxia, deaths by hanging, strangulation. Throttling, suffocation and drowning. 6. Medico legal aspects of different types of sounds by firearms, sharp edged of blunt weapons, burns and scalds and explosives. 7. 8. Sexual offences- rape, criminal abortion and infanticide. Medico legal aspects of poisons commonly used in Indian in the commission of crime (living subjects and dead bodies). B. (a) Forensic Science: Theory : 1. 2. History of forensic science. FSL and other expert institution and their utilization in police work. Law relating to experts and scientific evidence. 3. Science of occurrence, preservation and examination, principles and possibilities. 4. Identification - Hair, fibers and fabrics, blood, Simon and other fluids, soil, dirt and dust, tier impressions and skid marks, glass and paints. Telegraphs and traction wire and cables, burnt remains (Arson cases). 5. Documents - problems and principles, forgeries, erasures, alternations, - 15 -

additions, obliterations, counterfeit coins and currency, handwriting, type script, printed matter, paper and ink. 6. 7. 8. 9. Ballistics - firearms, cartridges, bullets, range of fire and explosives. Alcohol, drugs, narcotics and poisons. Blood - animal and human, blood grouping. Photography in police work - crime scene photography, laboratory photography, photography in court work. 10. Infrared, ultra violet, x-ray - their importance and application, tracing materials and detection. 11. 12. 13. 14. (b) Police portrait (Parleys). Lie director. Use of DNA finger printing in investigation. Narco - analysis test in crime investigation.

Practical : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Lifting and developing of latent prints. Casting of footprints. Photography of crime scene. Handling, examining and packing of exhibits. Use of dyes and chemicals in trap cases. Tracing. Obtaining of samples of handwriting.

Paper - VIII Law and Order :
Max Marks : 100 Time : 3 hours a) Crowd Psychology. Dynamics of group pressure, group goals and group conformity. b) c) d) e) f) Individual & mass behavior in extreme situation. Traffic control. Agitations: - Political, Communal, Linguistic, Labor, Students and Agrarian. Political parties with special reference to Rajasthan. Collection of Intelligence - criminal & special. - 16 -

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VIP security. Internal security & strike. Extremism and terrorism. Importance of photography & scriptory work in demonstration, riots & public meetings.

k) l)

Foreigners. Border affairs.

Paper - IX General Subjects :
Max Marks : 100 Time : 3 Hours a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Rajasthan Police Regulation, 1948 & Rajasthan Police Rules, 1965. Rajasthan Civil Services Conduct Rules, 1971. Rajasthan Police Subordinates Services Rules, 1989. Standing Orders and Important Circulars. G.F. & A.R. & R.S.R. R.C.S.(C.S.& A.) Rules. Management of Police Lines. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Discipline. Stores and Inventories. Armoury. Police Transport. Man Management. Welfare (including recreation, room, family welfare centre).

Paper - X Changing Public Expectations from Police :
Max marks : 100 Time : 3 Hours I. II. III. IV. V. Unlawful activities and police reaction. Dangers of corruption. Crime against women & police sensitivity. Gender biases in Indian society. Police, Public & N.G.O.Interface. - 17 -

VI. VII. VIII. IX.

Right to information & police duties. Concept of intellectual property. Importance of theology & moral life in police. Role of religious groups in maintenance of law & order.

Practical Examination (Local Papers)
Maximum Marks 50 25 25 50 Period Allotted 05 10 05 05

I

A B

Scientific aids to investigation Observation of police portrait Plan drawing Investigation of cases including filling in of SCRB forms

II

A B

III

Police station duties

50 200

05 30

Qualifying Subjects : It shall be necessary for the probationer Sub-Inspectors to pass in the following subjects also with minimum 50% marks in each subjects. However, the examination shall not be conducted by the board but internal assessment will be made by the faculty under the supervision of the head of the training institutions. The marks obtained will not be calculated in determining the merit in the final examination.

A- First Aid to the Injured : All the Sub-Inspector probationers will have to pass this examination also which will be conducted by the local arrangement of the training institution. Instructions will be imparted by qualifying doctor/first aid worker to the trainees. The maximum marks will be 30 and 10 periods will be devoted to this subjects.

B- Swimming : All Sub-Inspector probationers will have to learn swimming within the allotted time of 20 periods and 20 marks are prescribed for the examination.

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C- Games & Sports : The Sub-Inspector probationers are expected to attend games periods every day and at the end of institutional training marks will be allotted to candidate out 50 judging their participation interest in the games during the year. These marks will be included in the final marks sheet to be prepared by the board.

Syllabus for Sub-Inspector of Police Outdoor
S.No. Subject Periods Marks

1 2 3 4 5 6

Physical Training & UAC Drill Weapons Training & Maintenance Equipment. Crowed Control Field Craft and Tactics & Handling of Bombs & Exclusives

120 80 80 50 40 30

125 100 100 50 30 30

7 8 9 10 11

Musketry Practical & Range Course Basic Training of Computers Driving and Maintenance of Motorcycle and L.T.V. Handling of RT Equipment & Message Writing Visit to Police Lines, Police Station and Control Room

50 40 50 15 25

250 25 50 25 -

12 13

Revision Games & Sports, Swimming & First Aid, Route March Total Physical Fitness and U.A.C. : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) P.T. Ground work Horse work Beam work Rope work

50 270 900

15 800

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Yogasan Basic physical efficiency test Un-armed combat Obstacle Course. Instructional ability and Commandant control.

2-

Drill : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Squad drill without arms, squad drill with arms including rifle exercise. Coy.drill. Turn out. Cane drill. Sword drill. Guard mounting & guard duties. Guard of honour. Ceremonial drill. Instructional ability.

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Weapons Training and Maintenance : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Rifle and bayonet-SLR Revolver, Pistol and V.L.Pistol Stengun L.M.G. G.F.rifle and grenade Familiarization of commonly used bombs & explosives. Also training in their handling, preserving and transporting atc. and training in taking measures prior to export reaching the site of explosives. 7) 8) 9) 10) A.K.47 rifle A.K.56 rifle Glock 9MM pistol Use of rubber bullets and water cannon during the riot control.

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Equitation : 1) Saddling & bridling. - 20 -

2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)

Mounting & dismounting with and without stirrups. Circling at trot with & without stirrups. Cantering with & without stirrups. Circling at canter with stirrups. Change of leg canter (fig of 8). Jumps 21/21 (three jumps straight line - two bar and one bush).

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Crowd Control : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Lathi drill. Mob dispersal drill. Route lining. Tear smoke. Instructional ability

678-

Field Craft & Tactics. Handling of Bombs & Explosives. Musketry and Range Course. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 303 rifle - SLR AK 47/56 Pistol/Revolver/V.L.Pistol L.M.G. Stengun Grenade/G.F.Rifle

910111213-

Driving and Maintenance of Motorcycle and L.T.V. Handling of RT Equipments and Message Wring. Visit to Police lines, Police Station and Control room. Revision. Games and sports, swimming & first aid route march.

Director's/Principal's Internal Assessment 75 : Keeping in view the interest taken by the participants discipline, general conduct etc. in mind in the principal will allot marks out of 100 to each candidate at the end of training period which will also be included in the final tally of the marks.

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Practical Training for Directly Recruited Sub-Inspector of Rajasthan Police :
The Practical training programme of Sub-Inspector (Prob.) shall be of a duration of one year. The probationer after completion of basic training at the training institution shall be required to undergo practical training during this period and shall remain attached with various units of District Police and State Special Branch (Please see Annexure). An assessment of his learning will be made at the end of this duration.

The practical training programme shall be divided broadly under following categories:1 2 3 4 5 Attachment to Police lines Attachment to Rural Police Station Attachment to City Police Station Attachment to City Police Station as Second Officer 2 months 7 weeks 7 weeks 1 month

Attachment to Rural Police Station as Station House 1 month Officer

6 7

Sandwich Course at RPA District Supdt.of Police office (a) Force, Accounts & General Branches (b) District Special Branch (c) Attachment with Crime Assistant

6 weeks

7 days 13 days 1 month 1 month 15 days

8 9

Attachment with office of a Circle Officer Attachment with State Special Branch

Note :
Supdt. of Police, C.I.D. Intelligence will ensure that the trainees are properly briefed about the functioning of various branches in the headquarters and will also attach them to various zone units which would be actively engaged in collection of intelligence on contemporary events. The details about the practical training of each attachment with various units have been mentioned. The Supdt. of Police, C.I.D.(SSB) will ensure that the trainees are familiarized with various functions of all sections.

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Sandwich Course :
All trainees after completion of their tenure of S.H.O. of Rural Police Station shall report to Rajasthan Police Academy for six week training where they will be given training on certain subjects and this course for convenience, shall be called "Sandwich Course". The Director R.P.A. will invite officers of Special Branch, Police Headquarters and officers from outside sources and experts from private organizations as guest facility to deliver lectures and give practical demonstration on the relevant subjects in addition to the members of Academic Faculty of R.P.A. The course Director shall ensure that the following topics/subjects are covered during this period. He will arrange adequate number of visit of groups of trainees to courts, jails and offices of judicial officers during this period. For ensuring instant learning, after every such visit a debriefing will be organized and every probationer will be required to give his brief impression of learning in writing and verbal :1. Practical handling of Anti-Sabotage check equipment like explosive detector, Metal detector, Non linear junction detector, Mine sweeper, Extension Mirror and BDS equipment like portable x-ray machine, RPS tool kit, Bomb suit, Bomb blanket, Car remote opening tool set. (BDS team of SSB). 2. Identification of explosives like gun powder, nitroglycerine, TNT, PEK, RDX, PETN (BDS team of SSB). 3. Use of mobile cameras, concealed cameras, Tape recorders, hearing bugs, Ultra Sensitive Microphones, Fax detector, E-mail detector, Mobile phone interceptor and the relevant law on the subject (RPA staff/District Police). 4. Practical tips about handling disaster management, Hostage situation, bank frauds, case studies of specific major communal riots, investigation of cyber crimes (RPA staff/Guest faculty). 5. Conducted visit of Sub Inspector to various criminal courts to watch the proceedings in the matter of bail, remand applications and actual trial of heinous crimes and interaction with Public Prosecutors and Presiding Officers (Course Director/RPA staff). 6. Public speaking is another important subject. Police officers are required to address the riots/unlawful assemblies/ or even peaceful gatherings in schools and colleges. A Police Officer during traffic management and other day to day situation is required to establish a report with the users/public for better arrangement/actions. - 23 -

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Annexure

Details of Practical Training in Districts
S.No. Place of Posting Attachment to lines 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Duty or the G.D.clerk. Duty of Hawaldar Major. Reader in RI Office. Distribution of duties. Work of duty officers. General stores clothing, etc. Maintenance of arms and ammunition. Working of band, M.T. recreation rooms and wet canteen. Challani guards duty and law and order duty. Duty as mess in charge in addition to above duties from S.No. 1 to 9 Police Duration Officers Scope of training under whom trained RI Police The Probationer will be attached to different branches in the Police lines under the lines supervision of Reserve Inspector Police lines.

1

2 months

2

Attachment to Police Station Rural

7 weeks

SI Incharge of The work at the Police Station will be divided in to the following broad head : Rural Station Police A. Administrative work. B. Crime prevention. C. Crime investigation. - 27 -

D. Personal management & welfare. A. Administrative work : The Probationer shall be taught organization and administration of Police Station office. He shall learn cases of correspondence, office routine, distribution of duties, receipt and dispatch of Dak, maintenance of various registers and list and preparation of returns and reports. He shall pay special attention to the Rajnamacha, preparation of pay bills, TA bills, medical claims, Contingent claims and maintenance of cash books and other account records. He shall inspect the entire premises daily, look into Malkhana items, Govt. property and take its care. B. Crime Prevention : The probationer shall be taught analysis of crime statistics, preparation of crime map, MOB computer forms work, undertake village patrolling, Surveillance of history sheeters and bad characters, preventive action proceedings, preparation of history sheets, absconders personal files and listed & maps charts of village crime and criminals operation in the areas shall be specially made. Besides this, the Probationer shall also be told to prepare maps of routes taken by the criminals for omission of crime, retreat from scene of crime. Places and persons where different types of criminals seek and get harbour and aid as also places and persons through whom stolen property is disposed off, place of Nakabandi, routes of Nakabandi and knowledge of aides and helpers of police and police informers shall also be taught and reduced into record. The Probationer should be taught basic principles of criminal intelligence. C. Crime Investigation : The Probationer shall study old files of investigation and prepare scrutiny notes. - 28 -

He shall accompany SHO for inspection of scenes of occurrence and shall prepare inspection memos, search, seizure and arrest memos and shall write case diaries as dictated by IO. The SHO shall evince interest in the training of the Probationer and shall see that every type of work goes under the hand of the Probationer and he is allowed to develop self-confidence. To achieve this, L.C., H.C. and A.S.I. shall be with drawn from the respective work after the Probationer has development the knowledge of work to install confidence and on the job learning. D. Personal Management & Welfare : This work shall be attended by the Probationer along with (a) (b) and (c) above under the direct guidance of SHO, ASI/HC from time. Here the Probationer will learn the technique of studying his sub-ordinates, their duty roster and deployment and on the job instructions, as also qualities and methods of man-management. Due attention shall also be given towards discipline, parade, physical fitness, sanitation and hygiene of staff and area/quarters and above all welfare of the entire staff posted at the police station. A rapport shall be established with the PS/OP staff to know them, deal with them and to work/play with them to take the best out of them. 3 Attachment to Police Station City 7 weeks SI Incharge of The Probationer shall be attached to City Police Station under an experienced Sub City Station Police Inspector/Inspector. He shall be familiarized with the organization and administration of City Police Station and shall perform the duties of IC/HC/ASI in office. He shall be taught office work of City Police Station for a week. For next week he shall deal with crime prevention work of City Police Station. In the third and fourth week he shall work as duty officer. dealing with office work, prevention work as Incharge of patrolling of the Police Station area both by day and night. - 29 -

In the next three weeks the Probationer shall be taught crime investigation of simple cases of theft, burglary, riot, hurt etc. Besides independent investigation of at least 06 cases, the Probationer shall visit as many new scenes of occurrences as possible under the guidance of investigation officer and shall prepare site inspection memos, memos of searches, seizures, arrest and particularly memos of recovery at the instance of the accused. In the last week the Probationer shall attend and watch the control of witnesses and court process work with special reference to preparing of briefs and scrutiny notes. During the entire attachment with a City Police Station, the Probationer shall study as many (untraced, unocurred cases of the past 3 years) as possible and prepare a crime and criminal note. During the Police Station working shall specially learn analysis of crime statistics, concentration of crime and criminals in a part area, operational beats of criminals and develop criminal intelligence and plan of crime prevention. The Incharge SHO whether of the rank of SI or Inspector shall teach the Probationer the method of mob dispersal maintenance of law and order, arrangement of VIP's security , Special Police arrangement on melas , fairs, festivals. Probationer shall be exposed to police public relations and shall develop a proper attitude of sympathy, help and understanding to the public with whom he may come in contact. Courtesy and decorum is to be inculcated while dealing with citizens, retired police and other Govt. officers, public representatives/leaders. 4 Attachment 1 month to City Police Station as 2nd officer SHO/CO For the next one month the probationer shall be posted to a City Police Station preferably to which he was attached earlier. During this period he will work as 2 nd officer. During this period he would be doing as much work independently as possible under the guidance of SHO. It is - 30 -

desirable that the Probationer is to do every work that the SHO is required to perform while the SHO looks on and allows the Probationer to develop confidence. 5 Attachment to Police Station Rural 1 month C.O. For the next one month the Probationer shall be posted to a Rural Police Station, preferably the same to which he was attached earlier to work a SHO. In the first week he shall function as 2nd officer of the Police Station disposing off all work independently under the general guidance of SHO. In this period SHO will try to pass on almost all work to the probationer so that he develops confidence. In this process of confidence building circle officer concerned, would ensure it by his apt guidance. In the remaining three weeks the SHO shall be withdrawn and the Probationer shall work as SHO independently.

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Attachment to R.P.A. for Sandwich Course

6 weeks

Director R.P.A.

Details given standing order no. /2005

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District office

SP 7 days

I/C Sec.

During this period the Probationer shall be attached to S.P. office as under and taught by I/C branches the following subjects : A. Force Ranges : i. ii. iii. iv. All kinds of leave. D.O.B Increment, nominal roll, posting register. SR / PF entry pertaining to service verification, nomination forms, rewards, punishment etc. - 31 -

v. vi.

Retirement, discharge, dismissal, invalidity for pension. Confirmation extension of probation period.

vii. Provision of special nomination for PCC. B. Accounts Branch : i. ii. iii. iv. v.
vi.

Preparation of pay, medical, TA contingency bills. Cash books, GA receipts and railway warrants. Pay check register. Loan and Advance sanctioned by the Govt. Budget heads. Purchase under GF & AR .

C. General Branch : i. ii. Govt. circular, DGP circular regarding use of Govt vehicles inspection etc. Rules for District welfare fund, staff councils, allotment of residential quarters, sports funds etc. Recommendations of police medals. iii. iv. v. vi. Condemnation of Govt. property including vehicles. Fairs & festivals and arrangement made. Meeting & conferences. Arms licenses including explosives.

Registers and forms (Ga & RP) required form police work. 13 days D.S.B. District Special Branch : The Probationer shall be attached to the District Special Branch for practical training work (for one month). He shall be taught organization set up of DSB, need of collection of intelligence regarding various political parties, labour organizations, - 32 -

students, services, agrarian communal and extremist organizations and general activities of socio-economics front 7 organizations of various political parties. He shall learn about Internal Security Scheme for the maintenance of law and order at the time of communal riots. The shall be taught need of verification, practical work of verification of passport character of arms licenses verification practical work of verification of passport, character of arms licenses verifications. He shall learn about security scheme, VIP security arrangements, industrial & personnel security arrangements, airport security and the other work of DSB under the guidance of in charge DSB.

1 month

Attachment Crime Assistant : with Crime The Probationer shall be attached in the crime branch for practical training for one Assistant month. He shall be taught practical work of crime branch and various Sec.s regarding complaints, statistics, crime map, crime case work, S.R.cases, DE Sec., summons & warrants, MOB work and computer forms, prosecution work, general Sec. & rewards etc. under the guidance of crime assistant. During this period he will study old case files of different type like murder, dacoity burglary, accidents, rape, embezzlement and riot cases investigated by experienced I.Os. He will also prepare scrutiny notes of SR cases in which orders of SP for challan are to be obtained by the IO. He will study the old DE files under rule 16, 17 & 18 of CCA rules in which decisions have been given by the SP and also some decisions in appeals by Range Dy.Is.G.P. of Police Headquarters. For the next month the probationer shall be attached to a circle office. - 33 -

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Attachment 1 month with CO office

Circle Officer

For the first week he shall function as assistant reader to CO and for the next week as reader to the CO. The Assistant reader shall be withdrawn respectively during that period. For the next one week the Probationer shall be given insight of the court working with special reference to prosecution work on scrutiny of briefs, challan orders, scrutiny of decided & cases, preparation of acquittal and discharge notes and preparation of cases for filling appeals/revisions. He shall be given knowledge of actual tendering of evidence under the guidance of a senior prosecutors. For the next week the Probationer shall be taught inspection of PS/OP and shall accompany the circle officer on inspection/tour enquiries to have an under standing on what CO expects from SHO in field work/crime work/office work and discipline and administration. Weekly working diaries of Probationer sis shall be sent to SSP and the Dy.IGP concerned. The SSP concerned shall furnish specific comments in regard to performance of the Probationer and his interest to learn the police work to the Dy.I.G.P. In case of unsatisfactory progress during the probation, The S.P. district shall give direction to the Probationer SI and the officer under whom he is kept for training. In exceptional cases, where the Distt. S.P. is satisfied that the Probationer is unfit for police service due to lack of satisfactory progress and wrong motivation, a detailed report will be sent to the Dy.I.G.P. Range. Probation period of the Probationer S.I. on the basic of assessment made by the assessment board, the Probationer shall be required to undergo practical training as per this order again for the duration of extension of his probation.

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Attachment 15 days with the

SP CID

The work of attachment with the State CID (SB) will be divided into : - 34 -

CID (SB)

A. Attachment with the zone units for practical training. B. Attachment with the zone officer for practical training.

C. Attachment with CID (SB) branch at PHQ for practical training at zone office. SP (SSB) will closely supervise the training.

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