1. As far as serving personnel are concerned, the following measures are in built in the system:
Montessori schools at following locations (37) to prepare the children for admission to regular classes : -
The following courses are being run at ITC / ITI / II &T in CRPF as mentioned here under :
Note :- Only two wards are eligible for above benefits.
At par with serving personnel.
Following assistance is rendered from regimental funds in addition to the entitlements from the Govt.
Following Regimental Funds are maintained in CRPF.
1. '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: -
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: -
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.
Note : 1 - The subscription of January in respect of officers will be sent to Force Officers' Mess every year in the same month i.e. January.
A Financial Assistance Eligible To The Nok Of Deceased Force Personnel
(Except Dcrg, Gpf, And Leave Encashment)
a Financial Assistance
% Of Di sability
1. The Govt/MHA has accorded approval for 'Central Police Canteen System' (CPC) to all CPFs and issued guidelines for establishment of Central Police Canteen System. The Hon'ble Home Minister Shri Shivraj V.Paitl has inaugurated the first Central Police
Canteen on 27/11/06 at 0930 Hrs at BSF HQR location, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
2. The Central office of CPC consisting 26 Officers/Staff attached from various forces has started its functioning in CRPF HQrs, CGO Complex, New Delhi. Further 'Central Administrative Committee' (CAC) under the Chairman ship of ADG, BSF with 5 IsGP and
FA of BSF as members has been constituted as monitoring committee over Purchase Committee and CPC System. Further a Purchase committee under the chairmanship of IGP (Adm), CRPF and five others members has been constituted for price negotiation and fixing rates
of items with various companies/firms.
3. In CRPF, 42 Group Centres/Training institutions/RAF Units have been declared as Master Canteens and remaining GCs/offices and units i.e. 235 declared as Subsidiary Canteens . A booklet of CPC is printed and circulated to all Master as well as Subsidiary
MHA has constituted Welfare And Rehabilitation Board (WARB) to fullfill the needs of Ex CPFs personnel, NOKs and separated families.
In Central Welfare Office, IG (Adm) of all CPFs are designated as Central Welfare Officer
Composition of District Welfare Office/Officer as proposed by WARB, MHA are as under :-
New Pension Scheme is applicable to all Central Government servants who are appointed on or after 1/1/2004. Rules governing final payment on retirement are yet to be finalized by the Government. However the following benefits extended to force personnel/NOKs
covered by the New Pension Scheme on provisional basis till further orders:
The employees/his family will also be paid Dearness Pension/Dearness Relief admissible from time to time in addition to the above benefits on provisional basis.
Welfare & Amenities Fund.
Immediate financial Assistance.
CWWA has undertaken various initiatives taken in the field of education of children, adult literacy programme, extra earning for the family through Family Welfare Centres, development in managerial skills, rehabilitation of widows/disabled, vocational training
to family members of force personnel etc. besides certain socio-cultural programmes. Other specific welfare activities like computer education, adult literacy, lectures and seminars of Health consciousness, stress management, care of girl child etc. The objective
of these welfare activities is not only to supplement the income of CRPF families but also to enhance the standard of living and level of their awareness. These welfare activities are very helpful for CRPF families in making them self-reliant as well as enhancing
their self-confidence. It goes a long way to achieve women empowerment.
Association has launched a 'Peer Led Intervention Project' for reducing the risk of HIV/AIDS, was undertaken at six Group Centres in which two female peer educators were remunerated with an honorarium of Rs.2000/-each per month for creating mass awareness
among the force personnel and their families for a period of 14 months (2006-07).
Association has set up a '24 hours toll free help line' on HIV/AIDS, Drug Abuse, Welfare schemes of CRPF etc. (There is a provision to register their grievance, if any through this help line for early settlement) with the help of UNAIDS for the awareness
of the Force personnel and their families as a welfare measure. CWWA's Toll Free Help Line was dedicated to the Force on 22nd August 2007 to resolve their issues and problems by dialing the number 18 00 11 21 11. The counselee has the privilege to get the
response either in Hindi or English.
Association has organized a number of workshops, seminars and periodic lectures at various locations across the country at the Regional CWWA Centres, conduct de-addiction programme for chronic alcoholic personnel in the NCR with the help of SPYM during February
The volunteers of Regional CWWA Committees organized free tuition classes for the students of 10th and 12th standard. The adult literacy programmes were also organized at all CWWA Regional Centres for the families of Force personnel as well as for the civilian
population. Association is also imPARTing the basic computer training to the wards of personnel as well as their families.
CRPF has purchased 1776 quarters one room tenements constructed by DDA at Sector-16 (B), Dwarka, New Delhi which have subsequently been converted into 36 Nos. four room quarters for Officers and SOs, and 816 Nos. two room quarters for allotment to CRPF personnel
(Ors) for meeting requirement of separated family accommodation at NCR Delhi. Quota for allotment of residential family quarter at Dwarka have been defined vide this office letter No. A.II-2/97-Adm.I dated 12/09/07 as under to meet the requirement of all sectors/offices:-
Ministry of Health vide their memo no. S.11011/6/96-CGHS(P) dated 4th Feb, 2008 have declared CRPF hospitals located in CGHS covered areas as "Govt. Hospitals" for the purpose of referral for specialized treatment at CGHS recognized private hospitals if
such referral is made by the CRPF medical officers of the rank of DIG and above. This was a long cherished goal which has come through.
CGHS facility has been extended to all CRPF personnel posted in the CGHS covered areas throughout the country vide Ministry of Health & Family Welfare DePARTment of Health & Welfare OM No. S. 11016/02/2011-CGHS (P) dated 22/8/2012.
Ministry of Health vide their OM No.S.14025/40/40/2007.MS dated 27/12/2007 have decided that CS (MA) beneficiaries can avail treatment/facilities in All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) without any prior permission or approval from concerned dePARTment/Ministry.
The reimbursement of expenditure incurred for such treatment will be done from the concerned dePARTment/Ministry as per the rates of AIIMS and as per entitlement of the beneficiary.
A Project named 'Sanjeevani' has been introduced in CRPF. This project aims to organize an interactive course for jawans at the Group Centre near to their native place where spouse can also PARTicipate as a learner as well as a facilitator. It has been designed
to generate intermittent relief from stress ridden work situation, recuperation in happy situation, enabling family to manage the affairs well during long absence of the jawan when he is deployed in hard & inaccessible risk/prone areas, capacity building to
undertake the stress and strains of a separated family life and developing stress reduction capability. In other was it has been designed to provide family integrative & interactive programme for capacity building in spouses to face stress in a better way
and convert it in to positive advantage. The details of course is available in Circular Order No.5/2007.
Commandants of CRPF's GD Bns are authorised to exercise powers upto Rs.10,000/- in each case subject to Rs.25,000/- per annum for carrying out Minor Works in their unit locations.
'Art of living' course was introduced in the force for reduction in stress level and to enhance general well being of the force personnel. Initially, 200 Coys of CPFs preferably deployed in J&K and NES were to undergo the course. Initially, during 206, 64
coys of CRPF deployed in J&K and NE Sector had undergone the course. The above course is being organized/imPARTed by Vyakti Vikas Kendra, New Delhi. As per the feed back report from the sectors, the course is having a positive impact on the jawans and as such,
MHA had recommended that the course is to be continued during coming years. As on date, out of 170 coys allotted to CRPF, approximately 154 coys have completed the same and remaining coys are also being put through the course.
Welfare cum Grievances Redressal Cell is functioning at the HQR of each Unit/GC/Range and Sector office including Training Institutions and PAO with the sole objective to keep track of cases of settlement of Pensionary/terminal dues payable to the retired/NOK
of deceased force personnel to redress their welfare related and other types of grievances. Detailed instructions issued vide Directorate letter No.W.V.1/Inst.Adm.II (GR) dated 24/12/2001:
In addition to above, instructions have also been issued to all formations to form Complaint-cum-Grievances Redressal Cell for serving personnel and details are as under. Detailed instructions have already been issued vide this HQ letter No.W.V.1/Inst.06.Wel
(GR-2) dated 20/6/2006 :
Govt extended facility of free conveyance to next of kin to visit members of CAPFs (BSF, CRPF, ITBP and Assam Rifles) placed in seriously ill/dangerously ill list or to attend funeral ceremony within Indian limits in case of death while in service in Jammu
and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura and North Border districts of Uttar Pradesh (now Uttaranchal), Mizoram, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh, subject to the fulfilment of the conditions prescribed.
The following transit camps of CRPF declared as base points for termination and commencement of leave subject to a review by the MHA at the appropriate time.: -
MHA/GOI has decided to extend the medical facility to all CPMF (Including IB) personnel and their family members as available in any of the Composite Hospital irrespective of parent organization i.e either from CRPF or from any other CPMF (Including IB)
Composite Hospital. For this purpose CPMF Members Family Medical Identity Card has been printed and distributed to all level of CRPF for further distribution to Force personnel. CRPF personnel and their eligible family members on production of CPMF Members
family medical I/Card may avail the medical facility available in any of the CPMF Composite Hospitals directly for treatment, irrespective of their Force affiliation.
Passenger Reservation system (PRS) Counter has been inaugurated on 04/04/2008 at Group Centre, CRPF, Srinagar location and same is the first such system in CRPF/CPMFs. The PRS counter will be manned by CRPF personnel who have been trained by Railway Staff.
All Officers/men of units deployed in Kashmir Valley can get reservation done from above counter. The timings of above counter will be from 0900-1300 Hrs and from 1330-1630 Hrs on week days. On Sunday it will operate from 0900-1300 HRs only.
Govt of Orissa, Industries DePARTment vide their letter No.V.TTI.235/2000-2065/I, Bhubaneswar dated 19-20/01/2001 has intimated that 02 seat in each Government Engineering colleges, 02 seats in each private Engineering college (Free seat) and 01 seat in
ITT, Choudwar, 08 seats in all Government Medical Colleges in MBBS (On roster basis) and 01 seat in dental wing of the SCP Medical colleges have been kept reserved for the wards/children/spouses of Armed force personnel, Ex-Servicemen/Para-Military personnel
of Orissa State (Serving/retired/Deceased).
CRPF entered into MOA with following hospitals for treatment of CRPF personnel and their family members on credit basis in their hospitals:
Gheesi Bai Mittal Hospital and Research Centre,Pushkar Road,Ajmer(Raj)
All retired Central Armed Police Force Personnel have designated as "Ex-Central Armed Police Force Personnel ( Ex-CAPF personnel) vide GOI, MHA (Police Division-II) office memorandum No. 27011/100/2012-R&W dated 23/11/2012. Suitable benefits on the lines
of the benefits extended to the Ex-Servicemen of Defence Forces will be extended.
(Applicable for personnel appointed upto 31/12/2003)
50% of average emoluments of last 10 months or 50% of last Basic Pay plus Grade Pay whichever is more beneficial to him subject to minimum pension is Rs.3500/- Calculation of pension is as under :-
Average emoluments of last 10 months x qualifying service in six monthly.
Rate of retirement gratuity is ¼ emoluments last drawn for each completed six monthly period of qualifying service subject to a maximum of 16 ½ times of the emoluments or Rs. 10 lakh whichever is less.
Last Pay drawn+Grade Pay + DA (on the date of retirement/death) x qualifying service.
( * DA as on date of retirement applicable)
On retirement or death or quitting from service , amount equivalent to emoluments last drawn subject to maximum 300 days.
(a) Earned leave maximum -300 days
Last pay drawn + Grade Pay +
Calculation of GPF
( The rate of interest is for the year 2006-07 is 8 % pa)
Calculation of Commutation amount
Lumbsum payable = Commutation factor x 12 x 40 % of pension Or pension offered for commutation.
Amount of commutation Pension=9.090 x 12 x 1622
= Rs.1,76,927.76 Or Rs. 1,76,928.00
(* as per 6th CPC approved table )
The scheme, which is compulsory to all the Central Government employees.
Monthly subscription and amount of insurance cover
Entitlement on retirement/
Amount of saving fund entitlement on
the date of retirement/quitting service.
(After completion of 20 years qualifying service)
For lesser qualifying service, the amount of pension will be 50% of average emoluments of last 10 months or 50% of last Pay band plus Grade Pay whichever is more beneficial to him and subject to minimum of Rs. 3500/-
One fourth of emoluments for each completed six monthly period of qualifying service subject to maximum of 16 ½ times 'the emoluments' or Rs.10 lacs, whichever is less (Emoluments for Gratuity means last pay Band + GP + DA).
Not exceeding 40 % of monthly basic pension with reference to the commutation factor based on age on next date of birth.
On retirement or death or quitting from service , amount equivalent to emoluments last drawn subject to maximum 300 days.
a. Earned leave maximum -300 days
Last pay drawn + Grade Pay +
D.A on date of retmt/quitting service. X No of days of E/L ubject to maximum 300 days
Basic Pay 6110 Last pay drawn + Grade Pay + D.A on date of retirement/quitting service.
Grade Pay 1900
DA 16% 1282
EL at credit 200 days
Half pay leave salary admissible on date of retirement plus D.A admissible on that date X No. of HPL at credit subject to the total of E/L & HPL at credit not exceeding 300 days.
Rs. 100/- p.m. (Pensioners who are not covered under CGHS/CPMF areas are only entitled) Revised Orders still awaited.
H. Payment CGEGIS
Amount at the credit of saving fund of CGEGIS.
The following are the rates to be paid to NOK in cases of normal death while in service or after retirement:-
30% of basic pay + Grade Pay last drawn at the time of retirement or death subject to a minimum of Rs. 3500/- and maximum 30% of the highest pay Band + Grade Pay in the Government i.e. Rs. 90,000/-
Last Pay band + Grade Pay drawn + DA x six month period of qualifying service.
At present DA (on the date of retirement/Death) of basic pay is admissible as emoluments to calculate DCRG. The amount is restricted upto Rs. 10 lac. The six monthly period should not exceed 66.
One consolidated extraordinary family pension (which is inclusive of elements of children's pension and children's education allowance) will be payable to the senior most beneficiary at a time on the same lines as in applicable for payment of family pension
under CCS (Pension) Rule-1972 at the following scale:-
60% of basic pay subject to minimum of Rs. 7,000/- till remarriage or death. On re-marriage normal family pension will be allowed. In case of remarriage with real brother of deceased as per rule 12 (4) of CCS (EOP) Rules the widow will not be disqualified
for grant of extraordinary pension.
Liberalized family pension in case of death due to violence by terrorists, anti-social elements, attack by or against extremists, enemy action in international war or border skirmishes and was like situation.
Liberalized pensionary awards in case of death/disablement as a result of attack by the extremists etc.
The family of employees who dies/become disabled, while performing their duties, as a result of attack by or during action against extremists, deco its, smugglers, anti social elements etc. are eligible for the following liberalized pensionary awards. Then
liberalized pensionary awards also cover cases arising out of internal issues or war like operations of border skirmishes with any country during laying or clearance of mines. Including enemy mines sweeping operations, casualties suffered by civilian Central
Government employees assisting IPKF.
These liberalized awards are restricted to cases when the disability/death is caused directly by actual operation. Administrative Ministry will decide each case on merits, when condition of actual operation is not fulfilled, the CRPF rules will continue
The widow will be entitled to family pension equal to last pay drawn by the deceased employees until her re-marriage/death. During the period children's allowance will not be admissible. In the event of re-marriage of the widow ordinary family pension under
CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, will be admissible to her from the date of her re-marriage and from the said date children will be following the date allowance as admissible.
If the employee is not survived by widow but is survived by child/children only. All children according to seniority of age shall be eligible for family pension at the rate of 60 % of Basic Pay drawn by the deceased employee under CCS (EOP) Rules upto the
age of 25 years.
When an employee dies as a bachelor or as a widower without children, pension will be admissible to parents at 75 % of last pay drawn by the deceased employee for both parents and 60 % of last pay drawn for a single parent under LPA (without reference to
Note : As per 6th CPC= ( in case of pensioners who retired on disability pension under the CCS (EOFP) Pension Rules-1939 for 100% disability ( where the individual is completely dependent on somebody else for a day to
day functions) a constant attendant allowance of Rs. 3000/- P.M shall be allowed in addition to the disability pension)
GPF/DLI, CGEIS and leave encashment as stated in family pension.
It may also be stated that a subscriber when dies after having put in 5 years service, the NOK of subscriber will also be paid deposit linked Insurance (DLI) to the maximum of Rs. 60,000/- calculated on the basis of last 36 months balance.
As per 6th CPC, the following rates be entitled w.e.f. 01/09/2008.
Guidelines for allotment and occupation of family quarters in Central Reserve Police Force.
Broad outlines on the subject matter were issued vide this Directorate General letter No. A.II-2/75-Adm.3(Vol.3) dated 24th April 1981 and subsequent instructions from time to time. The position and condition about availability and occupation of family quarters
has changed considerably since 1981. Keeping this in view and large expansion of Force and to eliminate certain anomalies being experienced, following guidelines are issued on allotment and occupation of family quarters in CRPF with immediate effect.
Segregation of administrative functions of allotment, cancellation of allotment etc., of family accommodation from the judicial functions of Estate Officers of CRPF Static institutions and constitution of a separate House Management Committee for every CRPF
Campus to decide the cases of allotment, occupation, retention, extension, cancellation of allotment etc., of quarters to various categories of personnel has been examined in depth with reference to "Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act,
1971" and other allied instructions and in consultation with Law Branch of this Directorate General.
At present, Estate Officers of CRPF Static institutions and GCs are appointed through a notification issued by MHA under the provision of section 3 of "The Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) Act, 1971". The Estate Officer has the powers
of civil court under Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 in respect of following matters :-
The objective of appointment of Estate Officer is for the purpose of eviction, recovery of rent, assessment of damages on account of use and occupation etc. However, allotment and retention of family quarters in GC campuses and other locations are administrative
functions and are subject to scrutiny by Senior Officers.
(2) The DIG Group Centre of the location shall frame suitable detailed Station Allotment Rules taking into account all the requirements at the location. He shall apportion the available quarters among the Static Offices, Bns, attached Bns and local Units
equitably in ratio of their sanctioned strength. This will have to be approved by the Static location's IG. The local IG and DIG of the Unit may exercise their powers to allot accommodation for any specific purpose not covered in these rules but essential
for efficient functioning of the Campus.
(3) The Housing Management Committee will discharge its function according to the approved rules on the subject and its decision will be subject to approval of the DIG. All the matters pertaining to allotment & cancellation of quarters, recovery of licence
fee, imposition of market rent and representation of each individual about accommodation etc., will be considered by the committee depending on the nature and circumstances of each case.
(4) On the basis of the decision taken by the committee, the Estate Officer shall act and proceed further under "The Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) Act, 1971".
(5) Letter of allotment, cancellation, recovery of licence fee & market rent etc., on the direction of HMC is to be issued by the Estate Officer.
In special circumstances the period prescribed above vide sub item (16) & (18) may be further relaxed with the prior approval of DIGP. This concession should be deemed to be an extra ordinary one & may rarely if ever be exercised.
(i) Priority – The following will be the order of priority for allotment of Nirmal Sadan :-
a. The widow whose husband was killed in terrorist action and her children are studying in Secondary and Senior Secondary Classes.
b. The widow whose husband was killed on the line of duty and her children are studying in Secondary and Senior Secondary Classes.
c. The widow whose husband was killed in terrorist action and she is in dire need of accommodation.
d. The widow whose husband was killed on line of duty and is in dire need of accommodation.
(ii) Licence Fee & other charges - Licence fee and electricity & water charges as applicable to Force personnel will be charged.
(iii) Period of allotment - The Nirmal Sadan will be allotted to the widow on year to year extension basis but not exceeding three years. Every year each case will be reviewed critically and extension will be considered considering the dire need of the widow.
(iv) Vacation - The accommodation will be got vacated after giving notice. In case the widow fails to vacate the accommodation even after giving notice, the prescribed vacation process, under rules will be followed as per direction of HMC.
(B) All other general instructions/rules as prescribed by the Central Govt. not covered by these rules (CRPF Family Accommodation Rules, 2008) shall also be applicable.
The Adm Directorate may relax any of the conditions prescribed in above outlines with the approval of Director General and in case of any doubt in regard to their interpretation, a specific reference be made to Adm Directorate and its decision shall be final.
Class IV Staff
(ii) Those who are turned over between HQrs and Coys/platoons
2 years in the first instance extendable by 6 months on the recommendation of the Officer-in-charge under whom they are directly working.
Rs. 10 Lac (Killed in action)
Daily Allowance on tour
Hill compensatory Allowance
House Rent Allowance
Hostel subsidy allowance
Medical Re-imbursement claim
Re-imbursement of Tuition fees.
Special Duty Allowances
Every serving personnel should be aware about various investment schemes introduced by Central/State Governments/Banks/Post Office/ Insurance Companies etc and they may invest the earnings in various schemes in proper manner to secure their future. Welfare
Officers of Group Centres/Units have already been directed to update themselves about various investment schemes introduced by Central/State Governments/Banks/Post Offices/Insurance Companies etc., and they should advise personnel for proper financial planning.
However following few guidelines are issued for financial planning by personnel:
In addition to above, Welfare Officers of GCs/Units should advise NOKs/Dependents of deceased personnel to invest the dues/amount received by them in various investment schemes in proper manner to settle their liabilities and to secure future of their growing
Welfare Officers of Group Centres and Units should update themselves about various investment schemes introduced by Central/State Governments/Banks/Post Offices/Insurance Companies etc., and they may keep ready reckoner for advising serving personnel as
well as NOKs of deceased personnel for proper financial planning to secure their future.
MHA has conveyed the approval of the competent authority for attachment of AC-III tier extra coaches in four trains on regular basis for the personnel of CAPFS throughout the year for a period of one year vide their UO note no. 27013/30/2010/PF.IV dated
11/01/2013 and same has been operative w.e.f. 16/05/2013.
There is a requirement of Standing Operating Procedure (SOP) for earmarking/attachment of Railway Coaches ( AC-III Tiers) that is to be provided by Ministry of Railways for the Officers/Jawans of CAPF personnel. Accordingly, the Standing Operating Procedure
is prepared as follows:-
Ministry of Railways, Railway Board, letter No.TC-II/2221/11/VIP dated 30th Aug 2012 and Ministry of Home Affairs UO No.27013/30/2010-PF.IV dated 11th Jan 2013.
The aim of this Standing Operating Procedure is to streamline the procedure adopted for smooth operations of dedicated Railway Coaches attached for the personnel of CAPFs in 4 Trains and healthy coordination between the CAPFs for optimum capacity utilization
for the benefits of the troops. The details of four trains are as under:-
Awadh Assam Exp.
Lal Quila Exp.
Kolkata-Jammu Tawi Exp.
Tue, Fri, Sat.
(Andaman Express runs only 3 days in a week, to cover the remaining days of week, the following trains approved)
The details of authorization of personnel to utilize the Railway Coaches and allocation of Force-wise distribution of berths are as under:-
Name of train
Awadh- Assam Exp.
Local deployed CAPFs will be responsible for coordinating with Railway authorities and various other CAPFs for smooth conduct of the coach operations and management of passengers as per quota. Accordingly different CAPFs are given responsibility for providing
Force Nodal Officers/Nodal Officers in various locations as follows:-
(b) (i)Force Nodal Officer (FNO) will be assisted by one SO (Inspr/SI) who will be the Nodal Officer (NO) and one NCO each from other CAPFs wherever available.
(ii) Transit Nodal Officer will also be detailed at the major intermittent Rly Stations by the CAPFs whose deployment in the indentified routes of four trains exists.
(iii)These Nodal Officers will be in proper uniform to recognize as well as to show their identity in the CAPF coach.
Responsibility and Management of Troops by Force Nodal Officer (FNO), Nodal Officer (NO) and Transit Nodal Officer (TNO).
A list of passengers who will commute the journey will be provided by the Force Nodal Officers to the Station Manager and on the basis of this list, Nodal Officers will collect the authority of traveling in earmarked coaches from Station Manager at Railway
Station one day prior to the date of journey in the shape of Token, Coupon and boarding pass or any authority provided by Station authority.
All passengers are required to carry their laminated Identity Cards for identification. All passengers will undergo the security check at the platform and luggage screening as per the procedure of Railway.
All passengers will undergo normal procedure of check-in and check-out routine of Railway as is done for civilian passengers. Railway will provide the authority for travel in earmarked coach to all passengers checking in as per the list/manifest provided
The troops will occupy the earmarked berths allotted to them to avoid any confusion/delay in train.
Passengers are allowed to carry only 40 Kgs per head as free luggage.
Articles such as Gas cylinder, Stove, Kerosene oil/Diesel/Patrol, Match box, explosive items and contraband prohibited under N.D.P.S Act 1985 shall not be permitted to be carried on board. The passengers are advised not to carry such items with them to avoid
inconvenience/embarrassment while screening/checking of luggage and any likely delay while boarding.
Passengers are responsible for carrying their own baggage and conduct "X" ray checking under the supervision of security staff and also identifying their baggage before boarding.
The entire amount of coaches is being paid by BSF to concerned Zonal Railway Authorities in advance after sharing the amount from other CAPFs as per terms and condition of FTR of Railway. The personnel availing this facility must not be issued any railway
Any modifications/changes in the Standing Operating Procedure may be carried out in consultation with other CAPFs and Railway Authority, if desired to make it functionally more effective and convenient to follow.
The Standing Operating Procedure has been framed keeping in view the functional requirement of operating the railway coaches. It is expected that all CAPFs and Railway authority will co-operate in smooth functioning of railway coaches a success.
DIG, Range Delhi
DIG Range Patna
GC Bantalab/ DIG JMU
CISF Unit, BCCl-CCWO, Dhanbad (Jharkhand)
New Kooch Vihar
Liaison Officer (SO)
No. 841310117 ASI/GD Suresh Paswan of GC Guwahaty Mobile No. 09401606176
No. 811330843 SI/GD Mahender Singh, GC-I Ajmer Mobile No. 09785928304
No. 850798469 SI/RO Md. Rafique of 3rd Sig Bn Mobile No. 09433604275/ 08100945614
DIG SIG RANGE
No. 840250059 SI/GD Surender Kumar of 25 Bn Mobile No. 07298003469
13 BN (GC JDR)
No. 830721228 SI/GD Malkit Singh of GC JDR Mobile No. 09592852992
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