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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
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
(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

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.


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