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Schedule – 2 (Relating to Sub-rule (1) of Rule 26)

Schedule – 2
(Relating to Sub-rule (1) of Rule 26)

Format of Personal Description (Sheet roll) of Armed Police
Form No. – 01

01. Full name and surname :
02. Permanent address :
Zone : 8. Sex :
District:
Village / Town :
9. Peculiarity :
10. If married, name of spouse :
Ward No. : Mr. / Mrs .
Village / Tole :
Block No. :
11. Profession of spouse :
12. Number of sons :
03. Temporary Address : 13. Number of daughters :
Zone: 14. Name of father :
District : 15. Occupation of father :
Village / Town : 16. Name of grand-father:
Ward No.: 17. Of nominee :
Village / Tole : Name, surname:
Block No. Address :
04. District of Home: Zone:
05. Date of birth : District :
Year : Month: Day: Village / Town :
06. Citizenship:- Ward No. :
Village / Tole :
07. Religion : Block No.:


18. Description of Appointment:
Name of Office:
Relation of the employee:
Post:
Level:
Service/group:
Date of appointment:
Year: Month : Day :
19. If worked in any governmental permanent post before it, description of the
same:
Name of Office:
Post:
Level:
Date of appointment:
Date of leaving:
The details written above are true. I have not been convicted of any
offense with being disqualified for government service. I hereby make signature
covenanting that I shall accept the punishment as per the law, in case it is
proved that any matters written herein are written false or written with the
intention of hiding the truth.
Of employee’s :-
(Thumb impressions) Signature:
Signature of certifying
Chief of office :
Seal of Office

To be used by Police Records Keeping Office
1Employee’s code No :
2. Date of attainment of age pursuant to Rule 49 :
Signature of Departmental Head or
Authorized Officer :
Seal of Office:


Form No. 02
Description of service

Name of employee Code Number
SN
01
Service
and post
02
Name
of post
03
Class
04
Name of
office
05
New
appointment
transfer and
promotion
06
Date of
assumption
of office
07
Date of
decision
08
Salary
09
Allowanc
e
10
Book
registration
(to be filled
in by Police
Records
Office
11
Remarks
12

Form No. 03

Educational qualification, training, seminar, conference
(SLC or degree, diploma upto the highest degree above SLC)

Name of employee Code number
Period of
study
Educational institute’sSN
01
Certificate
of degree
02
Subject
of study
03
Division
06
Details of
training,
seminar or
conference
09
Remarks
From
04
To
05
Name
07
Address
08

Form No. 04

Decoration, Letter of Appreciation conferred by

HIS MAJESTY THE KING
Name of employee : Code No.:

Serial
No.
01
Details of decoration,
letter of appreciation
02
Received
on (date)
03
Reason of conferring
medals/ letter of
appreciation
04
Facility
05


Form No. 05
Details of Departmental Punishment
Name of employee :
Code No.:

Serial
No.
01
Type of Punishment
02
Date of
order for
punishment
03
Of appeal Remarks
06
Decision
04
Date
05

Form No. 06
Description of Leave and Medical Treatment
Name of employee: Code No.:

Home leave Sick leave Maternity leave Study leave Extra ordinary leave Medical expensesDetailsPeriod of
absent
Remarks
Total Utilized Due Total Utilized Due Total Utilized Due Total Utilized Due Obtainable
period
Utilized DueObtained
date
Amount
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Form No. 07
Details of work done in Categorized Area
Name of employee

erial No.Period Place or
region
of
Posting
Place
or
region
of
work
To make the group of region
of working by giving (3) sign
Signature of
concerned
employee or
certifying
Remarks
01From
02
to
03
04 05 1 2 3 4 5 07 08
01
02
03
04
05
06

Name of employee : Code No. :
To be filled by the Police Records Keeping Office in case of necessity to
alter except as mentioned above.
(1) Change of address:
(2) Change of nominee, if any, details thereof:
(3) In case of alteration in any other details and details thereof:

Of concerned employee:
Signature:
Date:
Certifying officer’s:
Signature:
Date :

 

Schedule – 3 (Relating to Sub-rule (1) of Rule 37)

Schedule – 3
(Relating to Sub-rule (1) of Rule 37)

Directive for filling up the evaluation form of work performance,
personal merit, character and capacity


(1) With an objective of probable evaluation for promotion on the basis of
work performance, personal merit, character and capacity of an Armed
Police, the provisions of forms as referred to in part 1 for the Gazetted
officers and as referred to in part 2 for non-gazetted Armed Police have
been made.


(2) For every Armed Police, the Supervisor, Reviewer and Review
Committee shall have to give their respective marks separately in three
separate columns.


(3) The Supervisor shall have to send the form duly filled up by him or her
on the basis of the things as are mentioned the evaluation form of an
Armed Police personnel to be supervised by him to the Reviewer within
the 15th day of the month of
Shrawan of each year.


(4) The Reviewer shall have also to send the same by separately evaluating
on the same basis to the concerned Review Committee within 15 days of
receiving by him or her.


(5) The Review Committee shall also send the same by separately
evaluating on the same basis to the concerned promotion committee
within one month of receiving by it.


(6) The evaluation of an Armed Police who has worked under more than
one Supervisor, Reviewer or Review committee in one period shall be
made by those in whose under the said Armed Police has worked during
the end of such period.


(7) The evaluator of each level required to fill up this form shall have to
mention name, post and date mandatorily.


Part – 1
For Gazetted Armed Police Officers
Period … … … … … from … … … … to … … … … … Personal Number
… … … Name, surname … … …………… Post … … …… … Office
…………………

Serial
No.
Personal Merit, Character,
capacity and work
performance
To be filled
up by the
supervisor
To be filled
up by the
Reviewer
To be filled
up by the
Review
Committee
Total
At the rate
of
Maximum 1
mark for
each
column
At the rate
of Maximum
0.60 mark
for each
column
At the rate
of Maximum
0.40 mark
for each
column
1. Discipline and decency
2. Quantity and level of work
3. Physical capacity and
tolerance
4. Honesty and morality
5. Capacity of bearing
responsibility
6. Activities
7. Decision making power and
dependency
8. Capacity of performing
work according to the
circumstances

 

9. Capacity of planning and
organizing.
10. Use of professional skill
and knowledge
11. Ideological maturity
12. Capacity of performing
work according to direction
13. Capacity of controlling and
looking after
14. Encouragement and
devotion towards the work
15. Creative talent
16. Cooperative attitude
17. Work efficiency
18. Courage
19. Expressing capacity
20. Loyalty towards the service
Total

Name of Supervisor :-
Signature :-
Date:-
Post:-
Name of Reviewer :-
Signature :-
Date:-
Post:-
Name, signature, date, post
and office of the office
bearer of the Review
Committee:-
Office:- Office:- (a)
(b)
(c)


Part – 2
For Non-Gazetted Armed Police
Period … … … … … from … … … … upto … … … … … Personal Number
… … … Name, surname … … …………… Post … … …… … Office
…………………

Seria
l No.
Personal Merit, Character,
capacity and work
performance
To be filled
up by the
supervisor
To be filled
up by the
Reviewer
To be filled
up by the
Review
Committee
Total
At the rate
of
Maximum 2
marks for
each
column
At the rate
of Maximum
1.20 mark
for each
column
At the rate
of Maximum
0.80 mark
for each
column
1. Discipline and cooperative
feeling
2. Physical capacity, courage
and power to bear
3. Capacity to hold
responsibility and
dependency
4. Vocational knowledge, use
of skill and working
expertise.
5. Morality and honesty
6. Devotion and delicacy.
7. Capacity to work as per the
direction.

 

8. Loyalty toward the service
9. Capacity to work according
to circumstance and
decisive power
10. Quantity and level of work
Total

Name of Supervisor :-
Signature :-
Date:-
Post:-
Name of Reviewer :-
Signature :-
Date:-
Post:-
Name, signature, date, post and
office of the office bearer of the
Review Committee:-
Office:- Office:- (a)
(b)
(c
 )

Schedule – 4 (Relating to Sub-rule (3) of Rule 37)

Schedule – 437
(Relating to Sub-rule (3) of Rule 37)

Supervisor, Reviewer and Review Committee

S.N. Post Supervisor Reviewer Review Committee
1. Inspector General of
the Armed Police
Secretary,
Ministry of Home
Affairs
Chief Secretary Chief Secretary
Secretary, Ministry of
Home Affairs
2. Additional Inspector
General of the Armed
Police
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police
Secretary,
Ministry of
Home Affairs
Secretary, Ministry of
Home Affairs
Inspector General of
the Armed Police
3. Deputy Inspector
General of the Armed
Police
Additional
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
Inspector General of
the Armed Police
Additional Inspector
General of the Armed
Police
4. Senior Superintendent
of the Armed Police
Concerned
Deputy Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
Additional
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
Additional Inspector
General of the Armed
Police
Concerned Deputy
Inspector General of
the Armed Police

37 Amended by the Fifth Amendment.

5. Superintendent of the
Armed Police
Concerned
Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
Concerned Deputy
Inspector General of
the Armed Police
Concerned Senior
Superintendent of the
Armed Police
6. Deputy Superinten
dent of the Armed
Police
Concerned
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
Concerned Deputy
Inspector General of
the Armed Police
Concerned
Superintendent of the
Armed Police
7. Inspector of the Armed
Police
Concerned
Deputy
superintendent of
the Armed Police
Concerned
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
Concerned
Superintendent of the
Armed Police
Concerned Deputy
superintendent of the
Armed Police
8. Senior Sub-inspector
of the Armed Police
and Sub-Inspector of
the Armed Police
Concerned
Inspector of the
Armed Police
Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
Concerned Deputy
Superintendent of the
Armed Police
Concerned Inspector
of the Armed Police

 

9. Assistant Sub
Inspector of the Armed
Police, Senior
Constable, Constable
and Deputy Constable
of the Armed Police,
Armed Policeman
Concerned Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police
Concerned
Inspector of the
Armed Police
Concerned Inspector
of the Armed Police
Concerned Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police

 

Schedule – 5 (Relating to Rules 41 and 115)

Schedule – 5
(Relating to Rules 41 and 115)

Trainings required for promotion

Compulsory basic training:

Any Armed Police has to successfully complete the following compulsory
trainings for being a potential candidate for promotion and being included in
the professional training. No mark shall be counted for the compulsory
training.
1. Armed Police Personnel basic training
2. Armed Police Sub-inspector basic training
3. Armed Police Inspector short-term basic training
4. Armed Police inspector basic training
5. Armed Police technical basic training

Professional training:
The in-service internal and foreign trainings to be given to the Armed Police
while calculating marks for training for the purpose of promotion are divided
into the following groups:

Group A
Professional training:
1. Billadar basic
2. Pati pati training
3. Se Mu pati training
4. Gulmapati training
5. Command and staff college
6. Ganapati training
7. Senior command or war college

Group B
Service related training:
1. Arms raining
2. Tactics
3. Map reading
4. Co-existence
5. Technical training (in the case of employee who work as technician):
Communication, medical, engineering, computer and electrician,
armour, trade ship
6. Logistics
7. Combat engineering
8. Counter insurgency and jungle warfare
9. Hostage negotiation and disarmament
10.Crowd control
11.Psychological operation training
12.Sniper training
13. Mountain warfare

Group C
Physical training
1. Physical exercise
2. Drill
3. Karate
4. Judo
5. Gymnastics
6. Boxing
7. Taekwondo

Group D
Administration related
1. Financial and assistant administration
(a) Accounts (b) Store (c) Office assistant
2. Records and Administration
Personnel Administration/Records Management
3. Administration training/general administration
4. Management and planning
5. Natural calamity management

Group E
Relating to security
1. Security of VIP
2. Airport security
3. Border security
4. Security of important enterprises
5. Threat evaluation and surveillance
6. Counter terrorism/counter espionage

Group F
Crime Investigation and Control
1. Tracking
2. Dog handler
3. Spot expert
4. Collection of crime information
5. Crime investigation and control
(c) With the approval of the Inspector General of the Armed Police, the
Human Resources Development Directorate at the Headquarters may
prepare curriculum manuals, as required, on the subjects under the said
Groups and may also make timely alterations in such curriculum
manuals.
(d) The maximum marks to be obtained under each Group shall be ten. The
division of class and marks shall be as follows:
Division Percentage Marks
A Above 80% 10
B 65 to 79.99% 9
C 50 to 64.99% 8
D 40 to 49.99% 7
(e) For the trainings in which examinations of both theoretical and practical
subjects are held, the division of total marks for theoretical shall be as
per Clause (e) and the following provision shall apply for the practical
examination:

Division Percentage Marks
Chhya Above 65% 9
Ya 50 to 64.99% 8
Gyna 40 to 49.99% 7
In determining the figures of examination of both theoretical and
practical knowledge, the marks to be set by the average of the marks
obtained in both examinations shall be considered as the marks secured.

Schedule-6 (Relating to Rule 88)

Schedule-6
(Relating to Rule 88)

Authority to give the Order of Departmental Punishment and Authority
to Hear Appeal

Class/designation Order of punishment Authority to order
punishment
(1) Peon or
equivalent thereto
of the Armed
Police
(a) To warn, admonish, to recover
the loss, incurred to the Government
of Nepal due to negligence or non
obedience of the rule or order, fully
or partly by deducting from the
salary or allowance, to give more
fatigue or to keep in detention in the
battalion up to 15 days
(a) Concerned Sub
Inspector or
Assistant Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a) Concerned
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(b) To remove from the service with
holding disqualified for government
service in future or dismiss from the
service with holding disqualified for
government service in future.
(b) Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police or
Senior
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police

Authority to
hear appeal

(2) Police-man of
the Armed Police
(a) To warn, admonish, to write
prejudicial opinion in the report
regarding to conduct to recover the
loss incurred to the Government of
Nepal due to negligence or non
obedience of the rule or order fully
or partly by deducting from the
salary or allowance, to give physical
punishment, to cause additional
guarding duty (fatigue) or to keep in
detention in the battalion up to
fifteen days by causing or not
causing the same.
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a) Concerned
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police or
Senior
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
(b) To diminish to the lower time
scale or lower scale of the lower
time scale or to withhold promotion,
to remove from the service without
holding disqualified for government
service in future or dismiss from the
service with holding disqualified for
government service in future.
(b) Concerned
Superintend-ent of
the Armed Police
or Senior
Superintend-ent of
the Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police

(a) Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent or
Inspector or
Assistant Sub


(3) Senior
Constable,
Constable, Deputy
Constable of the
Armed Police
(a) To warn, admonish, to write
prejudicial opinion in the to
withhold increment of salary to
recover the loss incurred to the
Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order fully or partly by
deducting from the salary or
allowance, to give physical
punishment, to cause additional
guarding duty (fatigue) or to keep in
detention in the battalion up to
fifteen days by causing or not
causing the same.
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a)
Superintendent
or Senior
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
(b) To demote to the lower time
scale or lower scale of the lower
time scale or to withhold promotion
to remove from the service without
holding disqualified for government
service in future or dismiss from the
service holding generally disqualified
for government service in future.
(b) Concerned
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
or Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(4) Assistant Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish or
write prejudicial opinion in the
report relating to conduct
(a) Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent or
Inspector or Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a)
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police or
Senior
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police

(a) Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent,
Inspector or SubInspector or
Assistant Sub


(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Concerned
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
or Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General or in
his or absence
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Concerned
Deputy Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(c) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(5) Senior Sub
Inspector and Sub
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Concerned
Deputy
Superintendent or
Inspector of the
Armed Police
(a)
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police or
Senior
Superintendent
of the Armed
Police


(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Concerned
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
or Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General or in
his or her
absence
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(c) Government
of Nepal
(6) Inspector of
the Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Concerned
Senior
Superintendent or
Superintendent or
Deputy
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(a) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General or in
his or her
absence
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police


(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Concerned
Deputy Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(b) Concerned
Additional
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
or in his or her
absence
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
Service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Government of
Nepal
(c) Government
of Nepal
(7) Deputy
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Concerned
Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
or Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
(a) Concerned
Deputy
Inspector
General or in
his or her
absence
Inspector
General of the
Armed Police

 

(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance.
(b) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(b)
Government of
Nepal
(c) To diminish to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to diminish to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Government of
Nepal
Government of
Nepal
(8) Superintendent
of the Armed
Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Concerned
Senior
Superintendent or
concerned Deputy
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police
(a) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police.
(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police.
(b)
Government of
Nepal


(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Government of
Nepal
(c) Government
of Nepal
(9) Senior
Superintendent of
the Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Concerned
Additional
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police or Deputy
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police
(a) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police.
(b)
Government of
Nepal

 

(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Government of
Nepal
(c) Government
of Nepal
(10) Deputy
Inspector General
and Additional
Inspector General
of the Armed
Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct.
(a) Inspection
General of the
Armed Police
(a) Government
of Nepal
(b) To withhold the increment of
salary, to recover the loss caused to
the Government of Nepal due to
negligence or non-obedience of the
rule or order, fully or partly from the
salary or allowance, and to withhold
promotion.
(b) Government of
Nepal
(b)
Government of
Nepal

 

(c) To demote to the lower time
scale or to the lower scale of the
same time scale, to demote to the
lower post, to remove from the
service without holding disqualified
for the government service in future
or to dismiss from the service
holding disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(c) Government of
Nepal
(c) Government
of Nepal
(11) Inspector
General of the
Armed Police
(a) To give warning, admonish, write
prejudicial opinion in the report
relating to conduct, to withhold the
increment of salary, to diminish to
the lower time scale or lower of the
same time scale, to recover the loss
caused to the Government of Nepal
due to negligence or non-obedience
of the rule or order, fully or partly
from the salary or allowance, to
diminish to the lower post, to
remove from the service without
holding disqualified for the
government service in future or to
dismiss from the service holding
disqualified generally for
government service in future.
(a) Government of
Nepal
(a) Government
of Nepal

Schedule- 7 (Relating to Sub-rule (2) of Rule 114)

Schedule- 7
(Relating to Sub-rule (2) of Rule 114)
Description of leave and medical expenses

Name of employee:
Level and post :
Service/group: :
Code No.

Casual and
Festival Leave
Total
Home Leave Total
Sick Leave Total
Maternity
Leave
Total
Obsequies
Leave
Total
Study Leave Total
Extraordinary
Leave
Total
Received
for
medical
Expenses
Date
Signature of
the Officer to
be certified
Remarks
Description
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Used
Balance
Amount

 

Schedule – 8 (Relating to Sub-rule (2) of Rule 118)

Schedule – 8
(Relating to Sub-rule (2) of Rule 118)

Preliminary dresses and goods for Armed Police Officer and Armed
police-man

(a) Personal goods.

S.N. Description Quantity Period for consumption
1. Terracotta shirt for summer 2 2 years
2. Terra-cotta Pantaloon for summer 2 2 years
3. Combat dress 2 pairs 1 year
4. Jeans under-wear 2 1 year
5. Barret Cap 1 1 year
6. Whistle 1 5 years
7. Whistle cord 1 1year
8. Wave belt 1 4 years
9. P.T. under-wear 1 pair 1 year
10. P.T. Shoes 1 pair 1 year
11. Boot 1 pair 1 year
12. Police shoulder badge 1 pair 5 years
13. Cap badge 1 pair 10 years
14. Woolen blanket 2 2 years
15. Ground sheet 1 3 years
16. Line rope 10 meters 5 years
17. Phares-cap and summer purpose (for officers only) 1 5 years
18. Rain coat 1 2 years
19. Mosquito net 1 2 years
20. Kit bag big (bag) 1 5 years
21. Khukuri (Nepali knife) 1 10 years
22. Insignia (summer and winter seasons) 1 pair 2 years
23. Jungle Hat 1 3 years
24. Mess tean 1 3 years
25. Top boot (Only for senior officers) 1 pair 2 years
26. Sleeping bag 1 3 years
27. Mattress 1 3 years
28. Summer and winter tunic set (colordox, aculet,
leather belt, tie, insignia etc.)
1/1 7 years
29. Summer and winter ceremonial set (Only for gazette
officers)
1/1 7 years


(a) Unit goods

S.N. Description Quantity Period for consumption
1. Rain suit 1 2 years
2. Plorosent cross-belt 1 4 years
3. Police baton 1 5 years
4. Baton holder 1 2 years
5. Note book holder 1 2 years
6. Revolver (for officers only) 1 5 years
7. Bullet pose (for officers only) 1 5 years
8. Helmet 1 4 years
9. Web equipment set 1 3 years
10. Water tumlet along with carrier 1 3

(c) Winter uniform

S.N. Description Quantity Period for consumption
1. Woolen shirt 2 2 years
2. Woolen trouser 2 2 years
3. Camp comfort 1 4 years
4. Woolen socks 1 pair 1 year
5. Woolen jacket 1 1 year
6. Warm globes 2 pairs 2 years
7. Woolen under wear 2 2 years
8. Woolen hinek 2 2 years
9. Jacket (dress) 1/1 2 years

(d) Other goods

S.N. Description Quantity Period for consumption
1. Nail 6 pairs 10 years
2. First aid box 1 2 years
3. Binoculars 1 10 years
4. Camera 1 10 years
5. Films, as required
6. Pragmatic oil compass 2 10 years
7. Map of the concerned area 3 sets 5 years.
8. Map case 2 sets 2 years
9. Service protector 2 2 years
10. Very light Pistol 1 15 years

 

11. Totas, as required 1 year
12. Tents, as required 6 years

(e) Goods and uniform to be provided to Police peons

S.N. Description Quantity Period for consumption
1. Shoes (Combat dress) 2pairs 2 years
2. Jacket 1 2 years
3. PT vest 4 pairs 2 years
4. Underwear 2 sets 2 years
5. PT shoes 2 pairs 2 years
6. Woolen socks 2 pairs 2 years
7. Summer socks 2 pairs 2 years
8. Woolen vest 1 set 1 year
9. Ground sheet 1 set 3 years
10. Mosquito net 1 set 3 years
11. Blanket 2 sets 3 years
12. Raincoat 1 set 3 years
13. Messtean 1 set 2 years
14. Woolen under trouser 1 set 2 years
15. Woolen under vest 1 set 2 years
16. 24 inch box (tin) 1 set 5 years