UP Constable Training Schedule- Latest | Police Constable Indoor, Outdoor Training


UP Constable Training Schedule- Latest | Police Constable Indoor, Outdoor  Training

Today I will talk about the training schedule of a civil police constable and PAC (Provincial Armed Constabulary) constable. Firstly congrats because who are reading this article, they would have got selected for police constable recruitment and another is interesting to know about the training schedule of a police constable or want to join to the police. After selection in the police, what training schedule is done? The police constable training duration in Uttar Pradesh was 12 month but due to more vacant seats of constable in police, the training is reduced to 06 month only. During the training, the police constables are called “recruit-constable”. During the training the Police recruit constables get a stipend, not full salary, stipend means only basic exclude dearness allowance and other allowances.

In UP, there are two ways of getting into Constable -
  1. Through direct recruitment examination
  2. Through the dependents of deceased police employees
Who are new to here, I tell you, in brief, the recruitment or selection process of UP Police constable direct recruitment, what are the main stages? According to 2018 notification, there are four stages in up Police constable Selection process:-
1. Online Written Examination
2. Documents verification & Physical Standard Test (PST)
3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET) (Running)
4. Medical and Merit list


The training of police constable may be categorized into two parts; the first is JTC and The second is RTC.

UP Constable Training Schedule- Latest | Police Constable Indoor, Outdoor  Training

JTC (Joining Training Course)

 The Main purpose of this training is to prepare for RTC training. The average duration of JTC training is one month. The main focus of training is only for basic PT, parade, drill, running; fall in, platoon and squad formation basics, savdhan-vishram, fatigue, ranks & wishes, basic discipline etc. JTC is done in the district where the constable will be posted.

RTC (Reserve Training Course):

  The RTC stands for reserve training course. The average duration of the training earlier was 12 months but due to lots of vacant posts in the police department, the training duration is reduced to 6 months in Uttar Pradesh, which more constable may join the police department and the vacant seats may be reduced. RTC includes all aspect of training, we can say complete training. The RTC may be categorized into two parts as follow-     
  1.   Outdoor
  2.     Indoor

Indoor Training of Constable:

In the indoor the lectures are delivered about rules and regulations, IPC, CrPC, Evidence Act, police regulation act, discipline, duties, human rights, arresting, summon, warrant, police drill manual, different acts as dowry prohibition act, motor vehicle act, SC & ST act etc.
Here is the Indoor Syllabus-

SYLLABUS (INDOOR):

 Indian Polity and Police Organization

Indian Constitution, Avoidance of Crime, Detection and Investigation of Crimes, Beat, Patrolling framework, Law and Order, Inner Security Station, Communal and Political Violence, Extremist Violence

Police Administration and Service Matters

Pay and Allowances, Promotions and Transfer Policy , Leaves and Procedures , Lead Rules and Police Conduct, teach and Punishment Rules , arms & Ammunition, Retirement Benefits ,Unit related Articles , Prizes and adornments for Police , Turn Out, Uniform and Maintenance of Uniform ,Lodging office, Care of Family, Welfare programs Up to date of administration records , Upkeep of police headquarters premises, quarters and Environment

Police Attitude

Policing and Ethics, Understanding Group and Crowd Behaviour and Police, Reaction, Society and Police Attitude

Policing and Moral Values  

The relational relationship, Appropriateness in Police Attitude/ Conduct, Part of Leadership in Police working, Stress Management, Time Management, Working in Teams for improved execution

Police and Human Rights

Human Rights Laws and Conventions, Treatment of Offenders under Custody, Rules of Human Rights Commission

Police Relations with Social Groups

Understanding Crime, Criminals and Victims ,Police and Industrial Labor ,Police and Weaker segments ,Police and Public Representatives ,Police and Agricultural Labor , Police and Other Government Functionaries ,Police and Media ,Police Behavior towards Accused and Offenders ,Police and Professional Groups ,Overseeing struggle and compromise ,Police and Anti-social Elements and Trouble Makers ,Network Policing ,Transaction in Techniques

Law

Indian Penal Code 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, Indian Evidence Act 1872

Extraordinary and Local Laws and State Police Manual

Preventive and Detective Duties, Beat and Patrol, Beat and Patrol Duty, Urban Beat, Country Beat, Night Beat System in Urban Area, Night Beat System in Rural Area, Cordoning and looking, Day Patrolling in Urban and Rural zones, Beats in fairs and celebrations, Checking, searching, looking of outsiders, Checking and directing enquiries of history-Sheeters amid night, Components and suspects, Accumulation of criminal Intelligence, Beats in trains and other open transport

Law and Order/Public Order and movement: Methods and Strategies

Security Duties, General Duties of Police Constable, Support of Records, Support of general dairy and segment dairies, Significance to Police working, Support of sentry alleviation book and detainees, look enlist, Support of sentry alleviation book and detainees, seek to enlist, Beat book, point book and other related records

Managing Crime and Criminals

The scene of Crime, Scientific Methods and Scientific Aids in Investigation, Finger Prints and Foot Prints, Field and Operational Training Module, Day Beat/Patrol Duty, Night Beat/Patrol Duty, Watch Duty, Escort Duty, Court Duty, Pursuit and Seizure, Medical aid, Relief, Emergency and Fire Fighting
UP Constable Training Schedule- Latest | Police Constable Indoor, Outdoor  Training

 Outdoor Training of constable

The outdoor includes all the physical activities of the training.

OD-I  DRILL WITHOUT ARMS

  • Stand quiet and stand simply
  • Turning and slanting at the end
  • Dressing
  • Shaping up in three positions
  • Numbering and demonstrating
  • Open and Close request at the end
  • Getting on Parade – Length of pace and time of coming
  • Arrangement of Squad
  • Walking in snappy time and stop
  • Side pace – Paces forward and to the back
  • Walking in moderate and at the stop
  • Wheeling, Turnings and corner to corner walk-in moderate time
  • Stamping time forward and end at the moderate time
  • Stamping time forward and end
  • Changing advance in moderate and speedy time
  • Walking, Making time and stopping in twofold time
  • Breaking into moderate, fast and twofold time
  • Walking in line in moderate time
  • walk in moderate time
  • framing at the stop and on the walk
  • Framing squad
  • Framing two positions from three positions
  • Framing three positions from two positions
  • Walking and turnings 
  • Walking in fast and turnings
  • Saluting at the stop

OD-II ARMS DRILL

  • Sling Arms and Shoulder Arms
  •  Stand quiet and stand simply with Rifle
  • Turning and slanting with Rifle
  • Dressing at the request and at the slant
  • Spruce up (Saj JA), Left dress – Right dress and Centre dress
  • Saluting at the end (Butt Salute) (Front Salute) and at the
  • Saluting with the Rifle on the walk to left
  • Walking in speedy time with the rifle
  • Walking in moderate time with the rifle
  • Turnings and corner to corner walk-in moderate and fast time
  • Walking, Making time and stopping in moderate and fast time with the rifle
  • Squad bore with arms
  • OD-III    Guards and Sentries
  • Ceremonial and Tactical Guards, post protection
  • Turning out a Guard inspection by day and night

OD-IV    Weapon Training

  • .303 Rifle
  • H.E.36 Grenade
  • G.F. Rifle and Discharger Cup
  • A.K. – 47 /56 Rifle
  • 9mm Carbine / 9mm Stan-gun
  • 7.62 mm SLR

OD V  -CROWD CONTROL DRILL & TECHNIQUES

  • Lathi Drill
  • Tear Smoke

OD-VII   MAP Reading, Field Craft & Explosives
OD-VII  Traffic Drill

OD- VIII Unarmed Combat & Self-defence Techniques

 OD-IX   Crowd Control / Mob operations 

OD-X    Firing Practice

Daily Routine of the Training:

In the morning time from 5 to 6 am according to the weather; the training starts. The recruit constables have to appear on the parade ground before the march up, the march up is done after fall in 15 minutes later of fall in. The training of the morning continues at 8.45 to 9.00 am. There are four periods for drill and PT, two periods for PT and two periods for Drill and every period has 15 minutes interval, but recently the total period and time may differ. 9 am to 10 am for breakfast and prepare for indoor classes. The indoor classes duration is 10 am to 2 pm. At the evening time 4 pm yet again is assembling time for PT, drill, sports or games etc. in the evening and in holiday there are fatigues where cleaning the parade ground, cleaning the roadside, cutting the grass etc. is done.
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