10. Indoor subjects are
taught in two semesters. In
the first Semester, subjects like Modern India, Police Organization,
Police Science and Criminology are taught and the semester examinations are conducted by a Board of Examiners
duly constituted by the Senior Superintendent of Police (C&I).In the second semester, the remaining subjects mentioned as Paper V to X are taught and after the course, the final semester examinations are conducted by the Board of Examiners duly appointed. The examinations in the outdoor
subjects are conducted by a separate Board of Examiners constituted by the
Senior Superintendent of Police(C&I) and they are conducted once after the completion of the entire training programme.
11. Passing Out Parade for Recruit
Police constables is conducted for
each batch after completion of the Basic Training. A badakhana is also organized in the Police
Training School on the day of Passing Out Parade in order to promote
fellowship and to create a family atmosphere among the recruits. Hon’ble
Chief Minister, Senior Police and Civil officers of the Government,
important dignitaries and members of the public are invited for the
Passing Out day function.
12. The following awards are given to the recruits Police constables
based on their performances in the semester examinations:
i). Lieutenant-Governor’s Trophy for ALL ROUNDER
ii). Chief Minister’s Trophy for BEST IN LAW
iii). Chief Secretary’s Trophy
for BEST IN INDOOR
iv). DGP’s Trophy for BEST IN FIRING.
rewards of Rs.1000/- each and
commendations certificates are also issued to the above awardees. Apart from these, cash reward of Rs.500/- and commendation
certificate are issued to each of the Recruit Police constables who stood
first in the semester
examinations in each of the
ten indoor subjects.
13. Apart from the basic training of recruit police constables, Police
Training School also organizes periodical Refresher Courses, Pre-courses,
Induction courses for upper and lower sub-ordinates as mentioned below:
i) Refresher Course
: Refreshers Courses are conducted for the lower subordinates in the
ranks of Head Constables and Police Constables for a period extending
from 30 days to 6 days. So
far, 42 batches of such
courses have been conducted
by this institution.
ii) Special Course: Special Courses in “Scientific
Aid to Investigation” are
conducted for Head Constables. So
far 12 batches of such course have been trained from this institution.
iii) Re-orientation Course:
Re-orientation Courses are conducted for the Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors
of Police. Services of retired and serving senior Police officers are utilized
for this course.
institution is also conducting
pre- courses to Police officers and men who are nominated for advanced
courses such as Commando Course, Unarmed Combat etc., in reputed
institutions elsewhere so that the nominees are given inputs before they
are sent for the proposed
v) Induction Course: This institution
is also giving induction courses to the promotee Sub-Inspectors and Head
Constables so as to train them on the duties and responsibilities in their promoted posts.
14. The Police Training School is located in the Government building at
Shanmugapuram Police Complex. There is separate Administrative Block for
the Police Training School wherein the
offices of Superintendent of
Police - cum - Principal, Inspectors of Police (Indoor and outdoor),
Sub-Inspector of Police (Indoor and Outdoor) and administrative staff are
located. The Library, Computer Lab, Armory, and Store Room are also attached with this block. The
barracks for the trainees are provided in two blocks of building situated
behind the Administrative Block. Altogether there are 5 barracks and two lecture halls for the accommodation and
taking classes for the trainees.
Separate dinning room, kitchen, Gymnasium and store rooms are attached
with the barracks. There is a
parade ground with facility for obstacles training and also a police
stadium attached with the Police Training School.
15. As a part of training to the Recruit Police Constables,
Yoga is also being taught to them in this institution thrice in a week. A Yoga Teacher from the Physiology Department, JIPMER, Pondicherry is conducting Yoga classes for the trainees.
16. Since we have no sufficient infrastructural and other facilities,
the basic training of Sub-Inspectors of Police and above are conducted in
other states depending upon the allotment of seats by the concerned