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INITIAL TRAINING SYLLABUS OF R.P.S.(PROB.)

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Syllabus of R.P.S.(Prob.) Approved Syllabus for R.P.S.(Prob.) - Basic Training Programme

1234Total no. of weeks Total no. of days No. of holidays No. of days terminal and final examination, P.O.P. etc. 56789Total days available for (initial) training Period per day for Indoor training Total period for Indoor training (148X6) Period per day for Outdoor training Total period for Outdoor training (including games) 148X4 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------148 days 6 888 4 592 34 weeks 238 days 55 days 35 days

R.P.S.(Prob.) Training Schedule for 2 years

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Institutional training at H.C.M.RIPA Basic training at R.P.A.(Phase-I) Rajasthan/Bharat Darshan study tour Practical training in district (Phase-I) Advanced professional skill enhancement course at R.P.A. (Phase-II)

15 weeks 34 weeks 1½ weeks 30½ weeks 16 weeks

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Practical training (Phase-II) Attachment to S.P.office R.A.C. & P.H.Q.) Total

5 weeks

102 weeks (2 years)

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Approved Syllabus for R.P.S.(Prob.) - Basic Training Programme Indoor Subjects

S.No. 1 2 3 4 Paper I II III IV Subject Indian Penal Code Criminal Procedure Code Indian Evidence Act Special & Local Laws (Central & Rajasthan Laws) 5 V Forensic Science and Medical Jurisprudence 6 VI Rajasthan Police Rules, Regulation & Service Rules 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII Police Administration and Management Security and Public Order Criminology Practical Police Works Basic Computer Training Qualifying Subjects Advanced Professional Skills (Theory & Practical) 14 Directors Assessment Total 888 100 1150 100 70 40 100 70 40 16 weeks 100 50 50 100 50 100 100 (50+50) 80 75 84 100 Periods 100 84 40 80 Marks 100 100 50 75

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Approved Syllabus for R.P.S.(Pro.) - Basic Training Programme Outdoor Subjects

Subject

Periods

Marks

I II III IV V VI VII -

Physical Training/P.T. & U.A.C. Drill with & without Arms Weapon Training & Theory of Small Arms Police Subjects Field Craft & E.O.D. Equipment (Equitation) Musketry & Firing Games

148 74 54 34 24 36 30 124

100 100 50 50 50 50 200 -

Qualifying Subjects : (Local Examination)

68

100

I II III IV -

Driving, Motor Mechanism & Maintenance Swimming Fire Fighting First Aid & Ambulance Anti Dacoity & Anti Terrorism Operations. Demonstration & Field Exercise. Total

20 24 6 6 12

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592

700

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SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S.(PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT Paper-I - Indian Penal Code Marks - 100 Time - 3 hrs. Periods - 100

CLASS WORK Chapter

I, II, III (Sec. 71 & 75), IV, V.VA, VI (Sec. 121 to 124, 121A, 124A, 125 & 128 to 130) VII (Sec. 136, 139 to 140), VIII (Sec. 141 to 153B, 157 to 160), IX, X (Sec. 171F, 172 to 177, 179, 180, 182 to 190), XI (Sec. 191 to 193,196, 201, 202, 211, 212, 216, 216A, 221 to 225B) XIV (Sec. 268, 269, 270, 277, 279, 284, 285, 286, 289, 291, 292 to 294), XV (Sec. 295 to 298, 295A) XVI (Sec. 299 to 304A, 304B, 306, 307 to 309, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317,318 to 326, 327, 328, 329, 330 to 333), 335, 336 to 342, 347, 348 to 354, 356, 357, 359 to 368, 369, 372 to 374, 375, 376 to 377, 376A, 377B, 376C, 376D) XVII (Sec. 378 to 384, 385 to 389, 390 to 420, 425, 428 to 433, 435, 436, 440 to 448, 449 to 462) XVIII (Sec. 463 to 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 472 to 474, 477, 489A to 489E) XX(Sec. 497, 498) XXA (Sec. 498A) XXI (Sec.499, 500), XXII ( 503, 504, 506, 509), XXIII (Sec. 511).

SELF STUDY Chapters

III (Sec. 53 to 70, 72 to 74). VI (Sec. 126 to 127), VII (Sec. 131 to 135, 137 to 138), VIII (Sec. 154, 155, 156). X (Sec. 178, 181) XI (Sec. 216, 217 to 218), XII, XIII XVI (Sec. 312, 343 to 347, 355, 358) XVII (Sec. 421 to 424, 426 to 427, 434) XVIII (Sec. 475, 476, 482 to 488) XIX (Sec. 491), XX, XXI (Sec. 501,502, 505, 507, 508), XXII (Sec. 504, 507, 508, 510). -6-

Syllabus for R.P.S.(Probationers) Direct Recruitment Paper - II : Criminal Procedure Code

Marks - 100 Time - 3 hrs. Periods - 84

CLASS WORK Chapter

I (Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), II (Sec. 6, 20 to 25), III (Sec. 26, 27), IV (Sec. 36 to 40) V (Sec. 41 to 60), VI (Sec. 61 to 80, 82, 83, 87 to 90), VII (Sec. 91 to 95, 97 to 102) VIII (Sec. 106 to 110, 116 to 118, 120 to 122), X (Sec. 129 to 132, 133, 144, 145, 146), XI (Whole), XII (Whole), XIV (Sec. 190, 195 to 199), XV (Sec. 200), XXVIII (Sec. 291 to 294, 298, 299), XXIV (300, 306 to 309, 316, 320), XXIX (Sec. 377, 378), XXXIII (Sec. 436 to 448), XXXIV (Sec. 451, 452, 455, 457, 459), XXXVI (Whole), XXXVII (Sec. 474 to 475, 478, 479, 481, 482, 483) Schedule-I

SELF STUDY Chapters

II (Sec. 7 to 19), III (Sec. 28 to 35), VI (Sec. 81, 84, 85), VII (Sec. 105), X (Sec. 147, 148), XV (Sec. 201 to 203), XVI (Sec. 206, 207, 208, 209, 212, 218 to 224), XVIII (Sec. 225 to 237), XIX (Sec. 238 to 243, 248, 250), XX (Sec. 252 to 259), XXIII (Sec. 284 to 290, 295 to 297), XXIV (Sec. 301 to 305, 317, 318, 321 to 326), XXVI (Sec. 340, 344 to 352), XXVII (Sec. 385, 386), XXX (Sec. 397, 398, 399, 401, 402, 432 to 435), XXXV (Sec. 460, 461, 462, 463, 465)

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Syllabus for R.P.S.(Probationers) Direct Recruitment

Paper - III : Indian Evidence Act Marks - 50 Time - 3 hrs. Periods - 40

Class WorkChapter

I, II ( Sec. 5 to 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 22A, 24 to 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 45 to 47, 47A, 51, 53, 54)

Chapter

IV, V ( Sec. 61 to 65, 65A, 65B, 67, 67A, 73 to 77, 73A, 78, 79 80, 81, 81A, 85A, 85B, 85C, 88A, 90A)

Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter

VII (Sec. 101 to 106, 111A, 113A, 113B, 114, 114A) IX (Sec. 118 to 120, 122 to 125, 132, 133, 134) X ( Sec. 137, 138, 145, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159) XI ( Sec. 167)

Self StudyChapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter

II (Sec. 18 to 20, 22) III, IV ( Sec. 78, 79, 81) VII ( Sec. 107, 108, 110) IX (Sec. 126, 129) X ( Sec. 135,136, 139 to 144, 146 to 148, 153, 160 to 162 )

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SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S.(PROBATIONERS) DIRECT RECRUITMENT Paper - IV : Special & Local Acts (with books) Marks - 75 Time - 3 hrs Periods - 80

Special and Local Laws (Central & Rajasthan) Acts and Rules (with books)

1. (a) Central Acts: (I) Arms Act, 1959 (II) Treasure Trove Act, 1873 (Sec. 2, 20, 21) (III) Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Indian Explosive Act, 1884 (Sec. 4, 9, 12, 13) Essential Commodities Act, 1955 ( Sec. 2, 3, 7, 8, 11) Foreigners Act, 1946 (Sec. 2, 4, 7, 7A, 9, 13, 14, 15) Foreigners Order, 1948 (Sec. 2, 5, 5A, 7, 8, 9, 11, 11A, 12) National Security Act, 1980 Passport Act, 1967 (Sec. 1, 12, 13, 14) The Passport (Entry into India) Act, 1920 Police Act, 1861 Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984 (Sec. 2(b), 3, 4, 5) Explosive Substance Act, 1908 (Sec. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Mental Health Act, 1987 (Sec. 23 to 25, 36, 87) Customs Act, 1962 Forward Contract Regulation Act, 1952 (Sec. 2, 20, 21, 23) Representation of People Act, 1951 (Sec. 2, 123 to 130) Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) Act, 2000 (Sec. 2, 4, 10-13, 16, 21-27) Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 Civil Rights Protection Act, 1955 (Sec. 3 to 7) Right to Information Act, 2005 (Sec. 2(e), (f), (h), (i), (j), (m), 3, 4, 6-9, 18-21) Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 -9-

23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

The Recovery of Debt, Banker & Financial Institutions Act, 1993 The Pit N.D.P.S.Act, 1988 The Electricity Act, 2003 The Drug and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954 The Official Secrets Act, 1923 Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 The Prevention of Black-Marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980

30. 31. 32. 33.

National Commission of Minorities Act, 1982 The Fatal Accidents Act, 1955 Archeological Monuments & Architectural Sites Act, 1958 The Smugglers and Foreign Exchange Manipulators Forfeiture of Property Act, 1976

34. 35. 36.

The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 The Money Laundering Act, 2002 The Pre-Conception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994

37. 38. 39. 40.

The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988 The Foreign Exchange Management Act The Disturbed Areas (Special Courts) Act, 1976 The National Commission for Backward Classes Act, 1993

(b) Central Act. Self Study : 1. 2. 3. 4. Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 Police Forces (Restriction of Rights) Act, 1966 (Sec. 2, 3, 4) Police Forces Restriction of Rights Rules, 1966 Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 (Sec. 11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 to 34, 36, 39) 5. 6. 7. Telegraph Wire (unlawful Possession) Act, 1950 (Sec. 4A, 5, 6, 6A, 6B, 7) The Press (Objectionable Matter) Act, 1951 (Sec. 3, 14, 15, 26, 27, 35) The Bonded Labor System (Abolition) Act, 1976 (Sec. 2, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22) - 10 -

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

The Child Marriage (Restraint) Act, 1929 (Sec. 2 to 7, 12) Cattle Trespass Act, 1871 (Sec. 24) Press & Registration of Books Act, 1867 (Sec. 1, 3, 4, 12, 13, 14) Press (Objectionable Matter) Act, 1951 Indian Post Office Act, 1898 (Sec. 2, 3, 52, 54, 55) Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 (Sec. 3, 20 to 32) Wild Life Animal Protection Act, 1972 Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987 Religious Institutions (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988 The Information Technology Act, 2000 (Sec. 2, 17, 65-80) The Prize Chit and Money Circulation Scheme (Banning) Act, 1978 (Sec. 2-8) The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 (Sec. 2 to 12, 18 to 22) The Prevention of Insults to National Honor Act, 1971 (Sec. 2 & 3 ) Child Labour (Restriction & Regulation) Act, 1986 (Sec. 2, 7, 10, 13 to 16) Consumer Protection Act, 1987

2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

(a) Rajasthan Local & Special Acts : Raj. Armed Constabulary Act, 1950 (Sec. 2, 3 to 8) Raj. Excise Act, 1950 (Sec. 3, 8, 22, 23, 43-58, 61 to 67) The Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act, 1970 Raj. Control of Goondas Act, 1975 (Sec. 2, 3, 8, 10, 11) Raj. Identification of Prisoners Act, 1956 (Sec. 2, 3, 4, 5) Raj. Noises Control Act, 1963 (Sec. 1 to 8) Raj. Police (Incitement to Disaffection) Act, 1979 (Sec. 2, 3, 4, 7) Raj. Preservation of Certain Animals Act, 1950 Raj. Prevention of Mrityu Bhoj Act, 1960 (Sec. 2 to 10) Raj. Public Gambling Ord. 1949. Raj. Religious Building & Places Act, 1987 (Sec. 4, 11, 13) Raj. Municipality Act, 1959 (Sec. 269) Tenancy Act, 1955 (Sec. 83 to 86) Raj. Forest Act, 1953 (Sec. 33, 52 to 54, 62, 64, 66) Raj. Habitual Offenders Act, 1953 (Sec. 2 to 6, 9 to 14 & Schedules) - 11 -

16. 17. 18. 19.

Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 (Sec 2, 3, 4, 6, 14) Raj. M. V. Rules, 1990. Raj. State Commission for Women Act, 1999 (Sec. 2, 3, 10 to 13) Raj. Bovine Animal (Prohibition of Slaughter & Regulation of Temporary Migration of Export) Act & Rules, 1995

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Raj. Panchayat Raj Act, 1994 (Sec. 22 & 110)

2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

(b) Rajasthan Local & Special Acts (Self Study) : Raj. Cinemas (Regulation) Act, 1952. Raj. Guest Control Order, 1978. Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 (Sec. 2, 7, 14, 14A, 17) Raj. Monument Archeological sites Anti-quities Act, 1961 Raj. Gift Goods (Trade & Unlawful) Act, 1964 (Sec. 2 to 4, & schedule) Anti Dacoity (Special Courts) Act, 1987 Raj. Public Park Act, 1958 (Sec. 2, 3, 5, 7 to 9) Raj. Animals Disease Act, 1959 (Sec. 2, 31) Raj. Fisheries Act, 1953 (Sec. 2 to 11) Raj. Prisoner Act, 1960 (Sec. 2, 9 to 11) Raj. Dramatic Performance (Sec. 2, 3, 8) Ordinance 1949 Raj. Opium Smoking Prohibition Act, 1959 (Sec. 2, 3 14) Raj. Wild Animals & Birds Protection Act, 1951 (Sec. 2 to 5, 7 to 11) Raj. Dacoity Affected Areas Act, 1986

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SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S. (PROBATIONERS) DIRECT RECRUITMENT

PAPER ­ V: Forensic Science & Medical Jurisprudence

Marks : 100 Time : 3Hrs Periods : 84 IForensic Science (a) Theory: 1. 2. History of Forensic Science F. S. L. and other institution and their utilization in Police work low relating to experts and scientific evidence. 3. 4. Scene of occurrence preservation and examination, principles and possibilities. Finger Print ­ Importance, Classification, types of impressions, searching,

developing, lifting and photographing chance prints, ten digits and single digit records, computerized records, identification of palm prints. 5. Foot prints- importance, search, recording (Casting/tracing), identification, shoeprints trace marks. 6. 7. Physical evidence- importance, sources, search, collection and handing. Identification of trace evidence- hairs, fibers and fabrics; blood, semen and other body fluids, spill, dirt and dust; Type impression and skid marks; glass paints. 8. 9. 10. Identification of telegraph and traction wires and cables. Identification of teeth (odontology), Photographic superimposition. Documents; Principles of examination of hand writing, type script, printed matter, forgeries, erasures, alterations, additions and obliteration. Examination of writing material-paper and ink.. 11. Ballistics- firearms, cartridges, bullets. Determination of direction, range and time of fire. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Restoration of obliterated marks, Tool marks, Mechanical fit. Examination of counterfeit coins and counterfeits currency. Alcohol, drugs, narcotics and poisons. Adulteration in food and construction materials. Photography in Police work. Crime scene photography, Laboratory photographyinfra-red, ultra-violet, X-rays, its importance and applications. 17. Examination of burnt remains (arson cases) - 13 -

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Portrait parley- Police Portraits. Explosives- Examination of remains at scene of explosion. DNA Finger printing. Interception of Mobile Phones/E-mail/Fax with legal procedure. Polygraph utility & admissibility. Role of technology in crime and its detection.

(b) 1.

PracticalExamination of scene of crime (including eye- sketch) and collection of material evidence.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Photography in Police work. Handling, packing and labeling of exhibits. Developing and recording of latent prints. Casting of footprints. Spot examination of blood. Examination of hairs/saliva (demonstration only)

II(a) (b)

Forensic Medicine Introduction- scope and importance of forensic medicine to Police. Examination of scenes of occurrence from the point of view of medico- legal evidence.

(c) (d)

Methods of establishing identity of living subjects and determination of age. Identity of dead persons- exhumation, post-mortem examination, examination of mutilated bodies and skeletal remains.

(e)

Medico-legal aspects of death- determination of cause and time of deathdistinction between homicidal, suicidal, accidental and natural deaths.

(f)

Violent asphyxia deaths- by handing, strangulation, throttling, suffocation and drowning.

(g) (h)

Deaths from starvation, heat and cold. Different kind of wounds- by firearms, sharp- edged of pointed weapons or explosive, burns and scalds.

(i)

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(j) (k) (l) (m)

Deaths and injuries caused by lightning or electrocution. Sexual offences- rape, criminal abortion and infanticide. Medico- legal aspects of insanity. Poisons commonly used in India in the commission of crime and for suicidestheir symptoms and detection in living subjects and dead bodies. Visit to FSL, State Police Wireless and Computer Center.

SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT

Marks - 75 Time - 3 hrs Periods - 80 Paper-VI Rajasthan Police Rules, Regulation, Service Rules. (a) Rajasthan Police Regulations & Rules. 1. Raj. Police Regulations 1948-whole (Except Chap. V & X) 2. Raj. Police Rules, 1965-whole (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Rajasthan Police Service Rules, 1954. Rajasthan Police Subordinate Service Rules, 1989-whole. Rajasthan Civil Service (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, 1958. S.C.R.B.,M.O.B.,F.P.B.-Manual & Forms. Important standing order regarding supervision, inspection investigation, records, returns, beat book, case officers scheme, C.L.G. etc. (g) Police priorities-Role and Importance.

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SULLABUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT.

Marks ­ 100 Time ­ 3hrs Periods ­ 100 Paper- VII: Police Administration & Management

(a) 1.

Police of Modern India (including CPOs). A. Police political interface. B. Crime against women.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Protection of Minorities: A-Sikhs, B-Christians and C-Muslims etc. Modern concepts of Policing. Changing Public expectations and their implication for Police. Contemporary Indian social, economic, political and criminal milieu and the role of Police with reference to hording, profiteering, black marketeering, terrorism. Communalism and disruptive forces.

6.

The special features of rural life style and ethos (i) The changes in the agrarian structure and the tensions resulting from implementation of laws relating to land ceiling, consolidation of holding tenancy and sharecropping. (ii) Economic, social, cultural and Political factors in rural poverty, current approach to rural development. (iii) Broad feature of bonded labour system (abolition) Act, 1976. Indian ScenarioPolitical Parties, Trade Union, Disruptive Forces-

7.

The

Communalism, regionalism and terrorism and the security hazards, Rural urban communities with their vital structural, functional differentiation's and implication on Police functioning. Caste and un-touchability and their adverse effects, Religion and religious institutions, Growth of Population and demographic changes, Industrial structure private and public sector, Entrepreneurship & Economic Growth, Fiscal policies and public finance. Implication of the changing social scene and Role of Police. Role of Police Officers in changing social scene. 8. Role and Organizational set up of Central Police Organizations : BSF, CRPF, IB, CBI, RPE, CISF, ITBP, SSB. - 16 -

(b) (c) I

International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Police Administration and Organization. Police Organization at the State, District & Local Levels. Organization of Indian Police at the State and Local levels with special reference to their organization and function at the Apex, Range, District, Circle, Police Stations, Out Post, Reserve Lines and allied Units, Traffic Police, D.S.B., G.R.P., A.P., R.A.C., Mounted Police, A.C.B., Wireless, Computer Training, Home Guard and Civil Defense, F.S.L., Police Transport, C.I.D. (CB), C,I,D,(SSB), M.O.B. & Rural Policing.

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Police Administration and personnel management including recruitment, training, promotion service conditions, removal of grievances, badges of ranks, discipline, rewards, decoration, police housing, uniforms.

(d) I

Human behavior personality development: 1. Understanding human behavior : (i) Why human being behaves the way they do.

(ii) Motivational mechanics. (iii) Anxieties. (iv) Attitude to Authority. 2. Individual and mass behavior in extreme situations. 3. Counseling and mediation, mediation techniques & identification of cases where mediation is required. 4. Understanding critical special group and conflict situations and problems relating to students and Youth, Industrial Workers, Political parties, regional conflicts agrarian unrest etc.

II

Personality Development and Ethical Behavior1. Definition of personality. 2. Character building and inculcation of moral values(i) Character building- Cultivation of qualities of officer- concepts of work and success value system in life- sublimation and age- development of sense of responsibility- turn out- value of sportsmanship and good manner. - 17 -

(ii) Effective speaking/writing (Effective Communication Skills). (iii) Creative thinking. (iv) Sociology of Police- (a) Common complaint against the Police.(b) Sociological perspective on police behaviour and performance. 3. Development of human personality (self development, self esteem, team building, stress management) 4. Authoritarian Personality. 5. The personality of Police Officer-(i) Selected short cases involving dilemmas faced by the police and appropriate Police attitude.

III Ethics and Administration (i) Ethics and society- Discussion on the social implications of different types of moral systems. (ii) Applied Morality- Discussion on specific problems that administration face. (e) Organizational Behavior, Management Concept and Techniques - Organizational behaviour including leadership communication, supervision, control, Group

dynamic Team building etc. The Dynamics of inter personal relationship, inter departmental interactions, senior- subordinate relations including PCR, Police Image, Understanding human behavior and human needs, attitudes, Motivation and Role of Police Leadership. (f) Human Resources Development. Role and importance of Police Supervision with special reference to the role of circle officer and S.P. of the district

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SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT. Mark ­ 50 Time ­ 3hrs Periods­70 Paper ­VIII - Security And Public Order

A. Crowds and unlawful assemblies: (I) Principles of crowd control. Collect Police Attitude in dealing with different classes of agitators, Collection of intelligence, counseling and mediation. Cross reference to article 19 of the constitution and Ss. 13 to 16, 30 to 32 of the Police Act., 1861. Special Skills and techniques of Crowd dispersal using minimum force. Unlawful Assembly and its dispersal, Relevant laws i.e. Section 129 to 132 Cr.P.C. (also cross reference to sections 141 to 145 and 186 to 190 of I.P.C.) Prevention of damage to Public Property Act, 1984. Special problems in dealing students, labour or men agitation. Essential Service Maintenance Act, 1981. Emergencies arising out of accidents, natural calamities etc. i. Extremism and Terrarium- Prevention of Seditions Meeting Act, 1911, National Security Act, 1980. Problems of mobilization, command and control. ii. Maintaining peace during the elections. iii. Broad principles of deployment of Home Guards, Para Military Forces and Military Forces. Methods of co-ordination and co-operation. B. Traffic Control: i. Back ground and development at traffic problems.

ii. General principles of law and regulation affecting traffic on forcement . Organization and administration at traffic Police. Co-ordination with transport authority, PWD, UIT, Town planning department and Municipal authority etc iii. Safety education- Highway Code and Road courtesy. iv. Traffic Code. v. Compensation to victims of motor accidents. C. Principles- concepts of security, public orders & law order : i. Social, political, Economic, Regional Linguistic factor affecting internal Security. - 19 -

Security. D. Security : i. General principle of Security with special reference to social defence, social security, national integration, V.I.P., Security, Airport Security, Industrial Security, Personal, Official and documents security, ASE, submersion access control, protective persons and x, y, z category. ii. iii. iv. v. a. b. c. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) d. E. Internal Security Scheme. Subversive elements and the role of Police. Local and outside (International) Security threats, elements and styles. Threats to internal security : Pak sponsored terrorism (ISI). Spy network and counter intelligence. Causes of public unrest and Law & Order situation. Farmers agitation. Students. Labor. Services. Political. Communal. Agitation against Police & Administration. Equipment's use for Anti-sabotage checks.

Intelligence : i. ii. iii. iv. Immigration and International check post. Intelligence collections: definition & importance. Methods of collection of intelligence: sources, their handling etc. Immigration Act, ICP.

F.

Prosecution : i. ii. iii. Scrutiny of cases investigated by the police. Examination or Exhibits by experts &obtaining reports for trials. (a) Giving Evidence. (b) Treatment of witnesses. (c) Expert witnesses. - 20 -

iv v vi vii viii G.

Maintenance of acquittal register and preparation of acquittal notices. Review, revision and appeal in criminal cases. Co-ordination with the judicial and prosecution agency. Police Magistracy Relation their lawful working. Duty of officer in charge of court case.

Disaster Management.

SYLLABUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECY RECRUITMENT

Marks : 50 Time : 3hrs. Periods: 40 Paper ­ IX : CRIMINOLOGY I a) b) Criminology : An introduction to modern concepts to criminology. Criminology factor including- Psychological, Sociological, Economic and Political. c) Deviancei. ii. iii. Typology of crimes and criminals. Individual deviance-(a) Juvenile delinquency. (b) Professional Criminals. Collective DevianceOrganized defiance of authorityGangsterism.

Theory of organized crime with special reference to terrorist Activities, dacoity, Bank robberies etc. iv. Vices- Individual and social (Gambling, alcoholism, drug-abuse, restitution and eves hearth, sati, child marriage, Dowry. v. White collar criminal - profiteering, herding black marketing, tax evasion, bribe. d) Penology ­ (a) Punishment- Prison (b) Correction and Reformation & Probation, Parcel and corrective institution, Ss. 360 & 361 Cr. P. C. Probation of offenders Act, 1958, (c) Recidivism. e) Victimology - Compensation to victims of crime-Sec. 357 Cr.P.C. - 21 -

f)

Aid & Assistance to victim of domestic violence.

SYLLBUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT

Mark : 100 Time : 3hrs. Periods: 100 Paper ­ X: Practical Police Work : Investigation Prevention & Prosecution of Crime. I. A. B. Investigation : General Principle of Investigation. Co- ordination in investigation, Consultation of crime Records, Local, District & State. Preparation of F.I.R. inspection and preservation of scene of crime, collection of physical evidence. Eye-Sketch. C. Collection criminal intelligence- employment of sources and shadowing of suspects. D. Examination of witnesses and suspects and arrests. Principles and techniques of interrogation. Confession- judicial and extra ­ judicial. E. Remain of accused persons. Principles regarding identification of accused person test. Identification parade. F. G. H. Employment to sources and agents. Coordination with their P. Ss. Serious offences ­ 1. 2. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Preparation of special Reports. Important points in investigation of the following type of crimeRobbery & dacoity including Bank & Highway robberies and dacoities. Burglary. Rape. Rioting. Murder. Hit and run cases. Criminal Breach of trust, Cheating by personation, Confidence tricks etc. - 22 -

viii. ix. x. I.

Motor accidents. Counter- feit notes Bribery and corruption.

Writing of case diaries, preparation of Memos of arrest, search, seizure, site inspection, preparation of site plan, recording of statements U/S 161Cr. P.C. Panchnama (Inquest- u/s 174 Cr. P.C.) Charge sheet, F.R. etc. Six cases files of simulated cases to be completed from F.I.R. to C.S.

J. K. L.

Anti Dacoity Operations. Crime on Railways, Railway sabotages. Investigation of organized crime : i. ii. iii. Dacoties and robberies and burglaries. Smuggling of Opium, Ganja, Bullion and consumer goods. Theft and smuggling of cultural properties.

II. 1. 2.

Prevention Of Crime And Building Crime Records. Philosophy, concepts and Principle of crime prevention. Methods of crime prevention patrolling, nakabandi, ambush, raids, Prevention arrests and other measures.

3.

Beat Patrolling- Analysis of patterns of crime and review of bests, village defence societies and village volunteer forces- surveillance.

4. 5.

Collection of Criminal Intelligence. Control of Goondaism- cross reference of sections 159, 160, 212 to 294, 299 to 344, 346 to 348, 354, 355, 383 to 389, 503, 506, 507 and 509 IPC and Section 106, 108, 116 to 118, 120 to 122, Cr. P.C. and Rajasthan Control of Goondas Act.

6.

Habitual offenders. Broad features of laws relating to habitual offenders enacted by state, surveillance of habitual offenders-(of Sec. 2, 3, and 46 of Police Act, 1861). Surveillance of convicts released under probation of offender Act. History Sheets of Criminals and criminal gangs (Cross reference to Ss. 75, 400 and 401 IPC) Denotified tribes.

7. 8. 9.

Prevention of special type of crime like dacoity and burglary. Bad livelihood cases. Introduction to relevant laws with special reference to Cr. P.C. Chapter VIII Ss. 106 to 110, 117 to 124 & and Sec. 356 Cr. P.C. - 23 -

106 to 110, 117 to 124 & and Sec. 356 Cr. P.C. 10. Crime Records and statisticsa. b. Need and importance of crime Records and statistics. Crime records and Statistics maintained at Police Stations, District level & MOB & DSB. c. Crime Records in C.O. Office Writing of Digest Register & Acquittal Register & supervision note. 11. 12. III. 1. 2. 3. Inspection of P.S. and Out Posts. Inspection of C.O. Office. Use of Dog : Preserving scent; Handling of dogs; Daily exercise for dogs on detection of scent and its maintaining; i. Duties of a dog handler and chaser' and

ii. Admissibility of the testimony of detection led by dog and law applicable on it.

SYLLBUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT

Mark : 50 Time : 3hrs. Periods:70 Paper-XI Basic Computers Training. 1. Fundamentals of Computers : Computer Generations, Units of Computer. 2. Windows Basic : Concepts of Window, Desktop Properties, My Computer, Recycle Bin, Adding New Hardware, Searching Files & Folder.

MS Word : File Menu Edit Menu : New, Open, Close, Save, Save As, Page Setup, Print Preview, Print. : Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Clear, Select All, Find, Replace, Go to. - 24 -

View Menu Insert Menu

: Layout, Toolbars, Ruler, Header and Footer, Full Screen, Zoom. : Breaks, Page Numbers, Date and Time, Auto Text, Symbol, Picture, Textbox, File.

Format Menu

: Font, Paragraph, Bullets and Numbering, Border and Shading, Columns.

Tools Menu

: Spelling and Grammar, Language, Word Count, Auto Correct, Mail Merge, Macro, Options.

Table Menu

: Insert, Delete, Select, Merge Cells, Split Cells, Sort, Table Properties.

MS Excel File Menu : New, Open, Close, Save, Save As, Page Setup, Print Area, Print Preview, Print. Edit Menu : Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy, Past, Paste Special, Fill, Clear, Delete, Delete Sheet, Move or Copy Sheet, Find, Replace, Go to. View Menu : Layout, Break, Toolbars, Formula Bar, Status Bar, Header and Footer, Full Screen, Zoom. Insert Menu Format Menu Tools Menu Data Menu Window Menu : Cells, Row, Columns, Worksheet, Chart, Page Break, Picture Object. : Cells, Row, Column, Sheet. : Spelling, Auto Correct, Protection, Macro, Options. : Sort, Filter, Get External Data. : New Window, Arrange, Hide, Unhide, Freeze Panes.

MS Power Point File Menu Edit Menu : New, Open, Close, Save, Save As, Pack and GO, Page Setup, Print. : Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Paste Special, Clear, Select All, Duplicate, Delete Slide, Find, Replace. View Menu : Layout, Slide Show, Master, Black and White, Toolbars, Ruler, Header and Footer, Zoom. Insert Menu : New Slide, Duplicate Slide, Slide Number, Date and Time, Symbol, Slides from Files, Picture, Textbox, Movies and Sounds, Chart, Table. Format Menu : Font, Bullets and Numbering, Alignment, Line Space, Change Case, Slide Layout, Slide Color Scheme, Background, Apply, Design - 25 -

Slide Layout, Slide Color Scheme, Background, Apply, Design Template. Tools Menu Slide Show : Spelling, Language, Auto Correct, Macro, Options. : View Show, Rehearse Timings, Record Narration, Action Buttons, Present Animation, Animation Preview, Slide Transition, Hide Slide. Internet : Knowledge about history of Internet, Mode, ISP, Connection Procedure, E-mail, Creating e-mail account, E-mail sending and receiving. Networking : Type of networking, File print sharing in windows, peer to peer networking. CCIS, CIPA, E-office and other software's used by Police. Finger Print Indexing, basic/elementary knowledge of portrait making. Dragon point & speak (for dictating the computer any text).

SYLLBUS FOR R.P.S. (PROB.) DIRECT RECRUITMENT

Mark : 50 Time : 2 Hrs. each Periods: 40 Paper- XII Qualifying Subjects : i. ii. Map reading, plan drawing and police wireless. Police practical in finger prints, foot prints and lifting, packing and forwarding the articles to laboratory.

Details of Outdoor subjects training : I. Physical Training & U.A.C. 1. 2. 3. II. P.T. U.A.C. Yoga & Pranayam 148 96 26 26 74 18

Drill with & without Arms : 1. Squad drill without arms. (with instructional ability)

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. III.

Squad drill with arms. (with instructional ability) Cane drill Sword drill Guard duties Company drill (without instructional ability) Ceremonial drill Guard of honor Turn out

18 04 06 12 08 04 04 54 09 09 09 09 09 09 34 09 09 12 04 24 05 05 05 03 03 03

Weapon Training and Theory of Small Arms : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Rifle and Bayonet Revolver/Pistol (.38" and 9MM) L.M.G. Sten gun (Sterling)/Carbine S.L.R., HE 36 Grenade, AK-47/65 VLP & other weapons

IV.

Police Subjects : 1. 2. 3. 4. Lathi drill Tear smoke Riot drill Street lining

V.

Field Craft & E.O.D. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Field craft Tactics Field engineering Cordon & search Functioning of naka party Hostage situation & terrorist situation

Note : These subjects should be covered in detail with appropriate exercise on army pattern putting an officer in different capacities i.e. Leader, 2 I/C, Section Leader of search party/rescue party or member of the lead section. VI. Equipment : 36 - 27 -

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. VII.

Saddling & Bridling Mounting & Dismounting Walk, Trot and Canter Circling and Figure of 8 Jumps

04 04 18 04 04 30 06 04 08 08 04 68

Musketry & Firing : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Revolver Sten gun/Carbine Rifle including G.F. Rifle L.M.G. V.L.P. & other weapons

Qualifying Subjects (Local Examination) : 1. 2. 3. 4. Driving and Motor Mechanism Swimming Fire fighting First aid & ambulance 20 24 06 06

No examination will be held for the following two subjects : a) b) Anti dacoity & anti terrorist operations Demonstrations & field exercise (Tactical guard & setting up a tactical post. Ambush, Tactical Patrolling, Assault & Raid on a house and jungle hideout, riots, fairs & festival, bomb disposal) 06 06

The division of marks of musketry and firing will be as under : Rifle : Practice Target Distance Rounds Details 1. Grouping 4X4 100yds. 5 Lying 4" position 5" 6" 7" 8" 9-10" 11-12"

M.M 25 24 23 22 21 18 15

65 Marks Remarks Scoring

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2.

Application

4X4

200yds.

5 Kneeling position

Bull Inner Megpai Outer Inner Outer Bull & Inner Megpai Outer

3.

Snap shooting (Large snap) Time fir.

22"

200yds.

5 Lying position 5 Lying position time 30 second for 5 founds 20

4.

4X4

300yds.

10 2 1 1 ½ 10 2 ½ 20 4 2 1,½ 65

Scoring

Scoring

Scoring

Total 5. Revolver/Pistol/Glock Pistol 1) Application Figure 10yds. 11

2)

Attack

Figure 11

20 to 15 yds.

50 Marks 4 Standing 8X12" 5 Scoring position Mks using the Target 3 sights, rest Mks of single action. 6 standing positions, long arms without using the sights double action, firer fire 3 round from 20X, then advance 5 yds. and fire remaining 3 round on the same stationary target time for 6 round 10 second.

The division of marks in musketry and firing will be as under: Light Machine Gun Practice Target Distance Rounds Details 1. Grouping 4X4 100 yds. 5 Lying position with 4-6" bipod change 7-8" lever at single 9-10" shot 11-12" 2. Application 4X4 100 yds. 5 Lying position single shot (change lever at S with weapon) 5 Lying position single shot

M.M. 10 10 08 06 05 10 02 01

55 Marks Remarks Scoring

Scoring

3.

Snap shooting (large snap)

22"

200 yds.

Bull & Inner Megpai & Outer 1 Mks for each hit

5

Scoring

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4.

Application

4X4

300 yds.

Total Sten Gun/Carbine Practice Target 1. Application One COB

Lying position with bipod change lever at automatic fire burst of 2 or 3 rounds time for 15 rounds 30 seconds 30 Rounds 10 Standing position using the sights change lever at single shot 4 battle crouch position change lever at single shot 6 battle crouch position, change at single shot, fire one round at each target from right to left and then one more round at each from left to right 10 battle crouch position change lever at automatic fire burst of 2 or 3 rounds time 10 seconds for 10 rounds 30

Bull & Inner Megpai & Outer

30 02 01

Scoring

55 Details 8"X12" Rest of target As above 30 Marks M.M. Remarks 10 Scoring 01 ½

Distance 25 yds.

2.

The battle crouch

One COB

5 yds.

04

Scoring

3.

Machine Carbine

113 COB 7 yds. Spaced at 2 target with apart

As above

06

Scoring

4.

Automatic

One COB

10 yds.

As above

10

Scoring

Total

30

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Summary S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Weapon Rifle Revolver/Pistol L.M.G. Sten Gun/Carbine Total Note : 1. The above training schedule will contain special inputs as deemed proper from time to time and also there will be some lectures by guest speakers on topics of importance to help broaden mental horizon of trainees. 2. he training at the Academy will conclude with a passing out parade by the trainees followed by Rajasthan Darshan-cum-Study Tour of 1½ week. Rounds 20 10 30 30 90 Marks 65 50 55 30 200

Practical Training in District : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Attachment to Reserve Police Lines. Attachment to Rural Police Station. Attachment to Urban Police Station. Attachment to C.O. office Attachment to S.P. office, Traffic Branch, MOB, DSB. Attachment for RAC. Attachment to PHQ, CID(CB), CID(IB). 3 weeks 8 weeks 8 weeks 11½ weeks 2 weeks 1 week 2 weeks

Advanced Professional Skill Enhancement Course at R.P.A. (Phase-II) All trainees after completion of the practical training in respective districts for 30½ weeks at various Police Stations and Circle offices shall undergo to advanced professional skill enhancement course for sixteen weeks at R.P.A. They will be given intensive training on certain subjects pertaining to Police Practical works. The training during phase-II at R.P.A. will be imparted as under 1. 2. Supervisory of Circle officers & control of crime Investigation of body offences 1½ weeks 2 weeks - 31 -

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Investigation of property offences Investigation of economic offences & cyber crime General exceptions Investigation of special/minor/social offences DNA/finger prints/foot prints Investigation of crime against women Communication skill & report writing Brain mapping & Narco analysis Law and order management

3 weeks 2 weeks ½ week 2 weeks ½ week 1 week 1 week ½ week 2 weeks

Training on above mentioned subjects would also include visits to Courts, Jail and F.S.L. etc. After such visits a debriefing session will be organized any each probationer will be asked to give his brief impression on learning in writing and verbal as well. The visits to places will cover the following steps/points :a. Inspection of scene of occurrence & collection of physical clues, packing, labeling & forwarding of exhibits to F.S.L. for examination. It will also include preparation of site-plan, examination of witnesses and recording of statements u/s 161 Cr.P.C., search and seizures, conducting identification parade of property and suspects, writing case diaries, framing of charge sheet and putting up challans in the concerned court, linking of circumstantial, physical oral and other important piece of evidence for proving the case. b. Practical handling of Anti-sabotage checking equipment, identification of

explosives, use of mobile cameras, tape-recorders, hearing-bugs, ultra-sensitive microphones, fax interceptors, e-mail interceptors, mobile phone interceptors and relevant law on the subjects. c. Practical tips about handling disaster management, riots and violent agitation and hostage situation. d. e. f. Brain mapping includes introduction, benefits, procedure and system. Narco analysis includes procedure, clarity in system and applicable laws. Economic offences & cyber crime will include knowledge of interception of cell phones, pornographic calls, its decoding, tracing out the originator etc. g. Special/Minor/Social offences includes details knowledge about NDPS Act, Arms & Explosive Acts, atrocities against weaker sections etc. - 32 -

h.

During study of property offences, emphasis should be made on "Recovery of stolen Property in Original Form", its legality, methods and linking evidence referring to old records, MOB, SCRB, NCRB, preparing cases u/s 401 & 402 of IPC i.e. gang cases and experts on the subjects.

The Scheme of Examination : During the institutional training at R.P.A. There will be a mid-session examination both in Indoor and Outdoor subjects. Such examination will be held on completion of four months of training. Questions will be asked from the subjects matter taught by that time in both Outdoor and Indoor subjects. The mid-session examination will be conducted by a board appointed by the Director, R.P.A. in both Indoor and Outdoor subjects. 20% marks of the total marks in each paper, barring qualifying subjects, will be allotted for the mid-session examination. Remaining 80% marks will be allotted for examination by the board.

Board Examination : A board comprising of one IGP as Chairman, two Dy.IGP as member and Dy.Director, R.P.A. as member Secretary, appointed by the D.G.P., Rajasthan will conduct the final examinations before concluding of training at R.P.A. for Indoor paper I to XI and Outdoor subjects I to VII. As indicated above the board will award in aforesaid papers out of 80% of the total marks of an individual paper. But while compiling the results, the score from the rest 20% marks will also be added based on the probationer's performance in mid-session examination.

Local Examination : The local examination in the following subjects of Indoor & Outdoor will be conducted at R.P.A. by a board headed by the Director, R.P.A. Here also the above principle of 20% /80% marks will held good for mid-session/final examination except in case qualifying subjects in which the trainees will have to pass in the final examination independently of score in mid-session examination.

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