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The Central Reserve Police Force came into existence as Crown Representative’s Police on 27th July 1939. It became the Central Reserve Police Force on enactment of the CRPF Act on 28th December 1949. It has completed 60 years of glorious history. The Force has grown into a big organization with 207 battalions, (including 181 executive Battalions, 2 Mahila Battalions, 10 RAF Battalionss, 6 COBRA  Battalions,  2 DM  (NDRF) Battalions, 5 Signal Battalions and 1 Special Duty Group),  37 Group Centres,   11 Training Institutions, 2 CWS, 7 AWS, 3 SWS, 4 Composite Hospitals of 100 bed and 17 Composite Hospitals of 50 bed.

 

Role and Functions of the CRPF

The Central Reserve Police Force is an armed Force of the Union of India, with the basic role of striking reserve to assist the State/Union Territories in Police operations to maintain law and order and contain insurgency. Its role is that of a catalyst in maintaining law & order, and returns to barracks once this objective is achieved. The force is also being used for various police duties in various States.

 

1. Crowd control

2. Riot control

3. Counter Militancy / Insurgency operations.

4. Dealing with Left Wing Extremism

5. Overall co-ordination of large scale security arrangement specially with regard to elections in disturbed areas.

 

6. Protection of VIPs and vital installations.

7. Checking environmental de-gradation and protection of local Flora and Fauna

8. Fighting aggression during War time

9. Participating in UN Peace Keeping Mission

10. Rescue and Relief operations at the time of Natural Calamities.

 

 WELFARE

A. WELFARE OF SERVING PERSONNEL

 

1.  As far as serving personnel are concerned, the following measures are in built in the system:

i)   Free family accommodation at any Group Centre .

ii)  Outdoor and indoor games facilities at all the establishments.

iii)  Adequate recreational facilities.

iv) Grievance redressal machinery in every office.

v)  Free School bus facility on conditions laid down.

vi)  Family welfare centres, where the family members are engaged in stitching, weaving, knitting etc, to augment family income.

vii) Montessori schools at following locations (37) to prepare the children for admission to regular classes: -

GC-I Ajmer

GC Guwahati

GC New Delhi

GC –II Ajmer

GC Hyderabad

GC Pallipuram

GC Avadi

GC Imphal

GC Pinjore

GC Bantalab

GC Jallandhar

GC Pune

GC Bangalore

GC Sindri

GC Rampur

GC Bhubaneshwar

GC Khatkhati

GC Rangareddy

GC Bhopal

GC Mokamehghat

CTC (T &IT) Ranchi

GC Durgapur

GC Nagpur

CTC-III Nanded

GC Gandhinagar

GC Neemuch

CTC-II Coimbatore

GC Lucknow

GC Allahabad

RTC-IV, Srinagar

SDG New Delhi

100 Bn, RAF

101 Bn, RAF

102 Bn, RAF

105 Bn, RAF

107 Bn, RAF

RTC-3, CRPF

 

 

 

viii) Kendriya  Vidyalayas  at following 21 places, for taking care of education of the children.

 

 

GC-I Ajmer

GC Gandhinagar

GC Nagpur

GC –II Ajmer

GC Guwahati

GC Neemuch

GC Avadi

GC Hyderabad

GC New Delhi

GC Bantalab

GC Imphal

GC Pallipuram

GC Bangalore

GC Khatkhati

GC Pinjore

GC Bhubaneshwar

GC Lucknow

GC Rampur

GC Durgapur

GC Mokamaghat

CTC (T &IT) Ranchi

 

(a)    FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

      ─ for treatment of individuals and their family members;

    ─   in cases of natural calamities;

    ─   limited loan facilities; 

 

(b) RUNNING OF FOLLOWING EDUCATIONAL   INSTITUTIONS.

(i)CRPFPublic School at Rohini, Delhi where classes upto 10+2 are run in every stream. This school has already earned a reputation as one of the best schools in Delhi with impressive academic record and achievements in co-curricular activities.

(ii)CRPF Public School at Jawahar Nagar, Rangareddy with classes upto Class XII .

(iii) CRPF Public School at Dwarka, Delhi. It would be a Senior Secondary School.

(iv) The following courses are being run at ITC / ITI /   II &T in CRPF as mentioned here under :

 

ITC WAZIRABAD

Sl. No.

Trades

Duration

Capacity

1.

Radio/TV mechanic

2 years

19

2.

Electronics

2 years

19

3.

Motor mechanic

2 years

19

4.

Welder

1 year

14

5.

Electrician

2 Years

19

6.

Air-conditioning & Refrigeration

2 years

19

 

ITI AVADI

Sl. No.

Trades

Duration

Capacity

1.

Electronics

2 years

20

2.

Motor mechanic

2 years

20

 

ITI BHUBANESHWAR

 

Sl. No.

Trades

Duration

Capacity

1.

Information Technology & System Maintenance

2 years

19

2.

Electronics

2 years

19

3.

Motor Driving

3 months

16

 

II&T WAZIRABAD

 

 

Sl. No.

Trades

Duration

Capacity

1.

‘O’ level (Basic Course)

1 year

30

2.

‘A ’level (Advance Diploma)

1 year

30

(c)     EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS (SERVING PERSONNEL)

 

(i)

School level

Class II to V

Rs.   525/- p.a.

Class VI to VIII

Rs.    750/- p.a.

Class IX to XII

Rs.    900/- p.a.

(ii)

College level

Science Group

Rs. 1,500/- p.a.

Arts/Commerce Group

Rs. 1,200/- p.a.

(iii)

Tech./Professional Courses

Category – ‘A’

For ORs.

Rs.18,000/- p.a.

For SOs

Rs.14,400/- p.a.

For GOs

Rs.  9,000/- p.a.

(iv)

Tech./Professional Courses

Category – ‘B’

For ORs.

Rs.  6,000/- p.a.

For SOs

Rs.  4,500/- p.a.

For GOs

Rs.  3,000/- p.a.

 

Note

Only two wards are eligible for above benefits.

 

(d)     Special cash prizes will be given to the wards of force personnel @ Rs.3,000/- to those CRPF wards who get 85 to 90% marks and @ Rs.5,000/- to those who get above 90% marks in aggregate in Board examination of class 10th & 12th respectively.

 (e)     Hostel charges will be admissible @ Rs. 700/- p.a. in the case of ORs and Rs. 500/- p.a. in the case of GOs/SOs or actual expenditure whichever is less. 

(f)   Reservation of 7 seats for MBBS course and one seat for BDS course every year for wards of CPMF personnel on merit.

(g) Reservation of seats in Polytechnics in Delhi.

(h)  Reservation of seats in Engineering Colleges in Orissa, Punjab, Goa, Manipur, J&K, AP, Kerala and Gujarat.

(i)  One child girl scheme: Personnel who are having only one child who is a girl, will be given double scholarship from Class-Vth onwards.

(j)    Scholarship amount Rs.18000/- p.a to Girls and Rs.15,000/- p.a to boys from ‘Prime Minister Scholarship Scheme’ to wards of the personnel of the CPFs to encourage technical and professional courses. Above scholarship is applicable upto the rank of SM/Insp.

  

B.  WELFARE OF DISABLED PERSONNEL EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 At par with serving personnel.

Note         

 Only two wards are eligible for above benefits.

a) Priority in the CPMF quota of 7 MBBS and one BDS seats every year for the wards.

b) Reservation of seats in Polytechnics colleges in Delhi.

c)  Medical facilities from CGHS/CPMF Hospitals or medical allowance of Rs. 100/- per month.

 d)  Reservation of seats in Engineering Colleges in Orissa, Punjab, Goa,  Manipur, J&K, AP, Kerala and Gujarat.

 

C.  WELFARE OF RETIRED PERSONNEL

 

a)     Resettlement/re-employment efforts through resettlement centers of GCs/Welfare Directorate and Welfare And Re-habilitation Board (MHA).

b)  Financial assistance for treatment of individuals or spouses in rarest of rare cases.

c)  Reservation of 7 seats for MBBS course and one seat for BDS course every year for wards of CPMF personnel on merit.

d)  Reservation of seats in Polytechnics in Delhi.

e)   Medical facilities from CGHS/CPMF Hospitals or medical allowance of Rs. 100/- per month.

f)   Scholarship amount Rs.18000/- p.a to Girls and Rs.15,000/- p.a to boys from ‘Prime Minister Scholarship Scheme’ to  wards of the Ex-personnel of the CPFs to encourage technical and professional courses. Above scholarship is applicable upto the rank of SM/Insp.

  

D.      WELFARE OF FAMILIES OF DECEASED PERSONNEL

Following assistance is rendered from regimental funds in addition    to the entitlements from the Govt.

a)      IMMEDIATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.

i)   Rs. 10,000/- from Unit Welfare Fund.

ii)  Rs  50,000/-  from CWF.(w.e.f 1/10/08)

iii) Rs. 10 lakh from Risk Fund in case of death in Action, due to Accident & Cerebral Malaria while on duty and Rs. 7 lakh from Risk Fund in case of normal death, suicide & other deaths.

b)      EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS.

         At par with serving personnel.

c)  Compassionate appointments of wards in deserving cases.

d) Priority in allotment of gas agencies/Petrol pumps from Petroleum Ministry (out of 8% quota reserved for CPMF personnel).

e)  75% concession in 2nd Class rail fares for widows of Policemen killed in action against terrorists and extremists.

 f) Priority in the CPMF quota of 7 MBBS and one BDS courses every year.

g) Reservation of seats in polytechnics in  Delhi.

h)  Eligibility for scholarship amount of Rs.3600/- and  Rs.12000/- p.a. from Police Memorial Fund for General University course & Professional course respectively  for 10  children of NGOs only – all police forces).

i)   Medical facilities from CGHS/CPMF Hospitals or medical  allowance of Rs. 100/- per month.

j)  Help in remarriage of young widows through CWWA.

k) Observance of family welfare day every year.

l)   Scholarship amount Rs.18000/- p.a to Girls and Rs.15,000/- p.a to boys from ‘Prime Minister Scholarship Scheme’ to widows and wards of the Ex-personnel of the CPFs to encourage technical and professional courses. Above scholarship is applicable upto the rank of SM/Insp.

  

REGIMENTAL FUNDS

 

Following Regimental Funds are maintained in CRPF.

A       WELFARE & AMENITIES FUND 

 

(1)     OBJECTS

i)  To meet the expenses incurred on the entertainment or purchases effected for the welfare of the Unit personnel.

ii)  To extend immediate monetary assistance to the members or their families in the event of death, serious injury or sickness requiring prolonged and expensive treatment.

iii)  To advance loans not exceeding one and half months basic pay at 6% simple interest to members for marriages in the family/house repairs, liquidation of debts, serious illness in the family, to incur expenditure at the time of admission of their children or any other purpose considered good and sufficient by the Managing Committee of the Fund.

iv) To sanction pay advance limited to one month’s basic pay to those members who are not receiving pay for more than last 2 months or who have to proceed on duty just before the receipt of their pay. Also to sanction TA advance in emergent cases.

v)  To grant advances to meet urgent and immediate requirements of the detachments.

vi) To meet expenditure on Cinema, TV, Video Films, entertainment programmes etc.

vii) To meet expenditure on account of purchase of essential sports items.

viii) To meet expenditure on religious functions to the minimum extent as approved by the Unit Welfare Committee.

ix)  To meet expenditure on account of payment of monthly band allowances to the band personnel, wherever band exists in the GC/Unit/institutions. Wherever the expenditure on account of band instruments, uniforms and on personnel cannot be met from the government fund, this fund would be utilized for such purposes.

x) To meet the expenditure on account of purchase of essential requirements for various Messes of the Unit with due approval of the Unit Welfare Committee.

xi)To meet expenditure on any other welfare measure which are not covered in these rules and are considered suitable and justified by the CRPF Unit Welfare Committee.

xii) To meet expenditure on exhibition of the films through projectors for the recreation of the members of the Force.

B       CENTRAL WELFARE FUND  

  

(1) OBJECTIVES

             The objectives of the fund shall be to grant/sanction

 

(a)  Financial assistance to: -

(i)  Families of members who may die while in service;

(ii) Members of the Fund during sickness/ hospitalisation when no leave is at the credit of the subscriber and the member does not get any leave salary or allowances from Government.

(iii) Members in distress or in dire need of financial assistance caused by the factors beyond the control.

 

(b) Donation/grants/repayable advances to: -

(i) Any establishment/Unit of the CRPF for messes or any other welfare activities intended to promote the welfare of CRPF personnel/force.

(ii) Encourage sports at Unit/Force level.

(iii)Any charitable organization, educational institution/academy as goodwill measure with the specific prior approval of the Governing Body.

C       RISK FUND       

 

(1)     OBJECTIVES                       

The objects of this Fund are to provide financial benefits to:-

(i)  The families of the members of the Force who die while in service.

(ii) The members of the Force who are invalidated out from service and

(iii)  The member of the Force who retire/are retired/discharged/ dismissed/removed from the Force.

 

D       EDUCATION FUND  

 

(1) OBJECTIVES

To provide educational assistance to the dependents of the members of the fund and to the children of deceased force personnel.

E.  SPECIAL RELIEF FUND

 

 'Special Relief Fund' has been created in this Directorate General, with the grant sanctioned by Govt. of India out of National Defence Fund and is governed by Central Welfare Fund Rules. Grant received from the Govt. had been invested with Nationalized Banks/Post Office and interest received on the deposits was being utilized for the welfare of force personnel through Education Fund/ Central Welfare Fund.

 

2.Thereafter, it was decided that the Corpus would be kept intact as per the MHA guidelines and the interest component should be kept with Special Relief Fund cash book separately to be used for providing suitable financial assistance to retired or serving personnel in cases of acute illness or loss due to natural calamities, besides other specific welfare activities.

 

3.  Governing Body of Funds decided that a committee may examine the cases of financial assistance quarterly and take suitable decision. Accordingly, a permanent committee consisting of the following members is, hereby, constituted: -

          Presiding Officer             : Addl DG (Works & Prov)

          Member-I                        : IGP (Adm & Comn )

          Member-II                      : FA, CRPF

          Member-III                     : Director (Medical)

          Member Secretary           : DIGP (Welfare)

           

4. The above committee will meet quarterly and decide the cases of financial assistance after scrutiny of the cases. The committee would submit its recommendation to Director General, whose decision would be final. The assistance (grant) will be provided from Special Relief Fund as under: -

          i)    For treatment of Specific diseases of self and spouse of retired personnel once in a life time on the principle of rarest of rare case but the assistance will not  exceed Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees twenty thousand) per case.

          ii)  For reimbursement of treatment expenses for self and family members of the serving  personnel on the Principle of rarest of rare case where amount is not sanctioned under Govt rules and from Govt budget.

           iii)Financial assistance  to the members in distress or in dire need of financial assistance caused by the factors beyond their control i.e. natural calamities like flood, fire, earth quake etc.

          iv)The financial assistance (grant) in disease like cancer, tumour, renal disease, kidney transplantation, heart disease, liver transplantation may be provided to retired personnel as per Para-(i) above.

          v) The financial assistance (grant)  so provided will be put up before annual Governing Body meeting for their ratification.

 

5. Besides providing financial assistance to retired or serving personnel, the Fund will also be utilized for various welfare activities in the Force, as decided by the Governing Body of CWF from time to time.

 

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