Bureau Of Police Research & Development Recruitment 2016

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Bureau Of Police Research & Development Direct Recruitment

No Of Posts : 105   

Name of Post : 
Direct Recruitment1. Principal Scientific Officer - 04
2. Vice Principal - 03
3. Assistant Director - 01
4. Senior Scientific Officer - 07
5. Research Scientific Officer - 04
6. Forensic Expert - 02
7. Deputy Superintendent of Police - 21
8. Inspector of Police - 19
9. Sr. Scientific Assistant - 04
10. Legal Assistant - 01
11. Assistant - 05
12. Stenographer Grade-II - 13
13. Hindi Translator - 01
14. Senior Investigator - 01
15. UDC - 02
16. Storekeeper - 01
17. Manager Grade-III - 01
18. Clerk/Salesman - 01
19. Halwai - 01
20. Staff Car Drive - 13 posts

Qualification :  
All Interested Candidates should have completed Bachelor Degree, Master Degree or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.For Post Wise Qualification Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

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Age Limit : 
Candidates Candidates upper age limit should not exceed 56 Years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules.For Postwise Age Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

Pay Scale :
INR Rs. 37400 - 67000/- With 8700/- Grade Pay (Post 1), Rs. 15,600 - 39,100/- With 5400/6600/- Grade Pay (Post 2-5), Rs. 9,300 - 34,800/- With 4200/4800/- Grade Pay (Post 6-14), Rs. 5200 - 20,200/- With 1900/2400/- Grade Pay (Post 15-20).

Selection Process : 
Selection Process Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.
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Application Fee :
Application Fee Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

How to Apply :  
All Eligible job seekers Can Download application Form through official website http://www.bprd.nic.in. After Filling The application form, candidate must send hard copy of application along with relevant testimonials (Mentioned In Detailed Advertisement) to the following Address before or on 15-08-2016.

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Address : 
The Director General. Bureau of Police Research & Development.,
Block No. 11, 
3/4th Floor CGO Complex, 
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi-110003.

Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Receiving of Application Form Is: 15-08-2016 .

You may get other details about Bureau Of Police Research & Development Direct Recruitment 2016 through this Official Notification .Interested aspirants can stay connected with web portal to achieve latest updates for Bureau Of Police Research & Development.

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About Bureau Of Police Research & Development
The Government of India vide Resolution No.8/136/68-P.I (Pers.I) dated 28.08.1970 formally established the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), under the Ministry of Home Affairs giving a new orientation to then existing Police Research and Advisory Council (1966) for the following reasons and with the primary objective of modernization of police force:
                 1. to take direct and active interest in the issues
                 2. to promote a speedy and systematic study of the police problems,
                 3. to apply science and technology in the methods and techniques used by police.
 In addition and as a secondary, the Resolution mandated an advisory role also for the Bureau.
The Bureau was established with the following two divisions initially with a well laid out charter of duties;
                 1. Research, Statistics and Publication
                 2. Development.
Training is a vital and growing requirement to improve the competency of police forces in the country. The Gore-Committee (1971) set up by the Government of India studied the training aspects of police and gave several recommendations. The government of India in accepting its recommendations created a Training Division (1973) in addition to the two divisions already existing to function under the Bureau.
The forensic science services comprising CFSLs & GEsQD under the Development Division grew over a period and a separate Directorate of Forensic Sciences under the BPR&D came into existence in 1983.
Further in 1995 Government of India decided to entrust issues relating to Correctional Administration Work to the BPR&D so that problems relating to prisons and implementation of deemed prison reforms can be taken up by the Bureau in a cohesive manner. This set up is operating out of the existing manpower resources.
During the year 2008, the Government of India further decided to create National Police Mission under the administrative control of BPR&D to transform the police forces in the country into effective instrument for maintenance of internal security and facing the challenges in future, by equipping them with the necessary material, intellectual and organizational resources.
Though the Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science (ICFS) was established under the overall supervision and guidance of BPR&D as part of the same exercise, it was allowed to function as a separate entity in 1976: since the ultimate objective of setting up the Institute was to develop a full-fledged academic institution for furthering studies in Criminology and forensic science. The same which has been re-christened in the year 1991 is now functioning as LNJN Lok Nayak Jai Parkash Narayan,National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science from 1982. The institute provides training courses for officers of the criminal justice system in the two subjects i.e. Criminology and Forensic Science and carries out research.
Growth dynamics took over and the need to specialize in each area arose. The National Police Commission (1977)also recommended certain measures requiring implementation. Simultaneously,technological innovations particularly computers held promises of support to many areas of crime control and crime detection besides processing statistical data for the purpose of analysis. The Government of India, therefore, decided to establish a National Crime Records Bureau in 1986 vide another Resolution and entrusted statistics and publications work of the Research Division to the newly constituted Bureau along with the plans for their computerization.
To review from time to time the arrangements for Police training and the needs of the country in this field in the changing social conditions and the introduction of scientific techniques in training and in police work and to formulate and coordinate training policies and programmes in the field of police administration and management.
Central Detective Training Schools, Kolkata, Hyderabad & Chandigarh.
To evaluate training programmes with a view to securing such standardisation and uniformity in the training arrangements including courses, syllabi and curricula for various ranks in the States and Union Territories as may be desirable and to suggest modifications and improvements that may be considered necessary from time to time to meet new challenges and problems.
To help devise new refresher, promotion, specialist and orientation courses considered necessary for the different grades and kinds of police offers.
Work relating to the establishment of the Central Medico Legal Institute and the Central Traffic Institute.
To prepare, in coordination with the police training institutions, standard manuals, textbooks, pamphlets, lecture notes, case studies, practical exercises and other educative literature for use in these institutions.
To distribute relevant literature to Inspectors General/DIG(Training) in the States for circulation to officers in order to familiarise them with training concepts and to strengthen training consciousness among the higher ranks.
To standardise equipment for training and training aids and to arrange for their production and supply to the various training institutions.
To create and maintain a circulating library of films for the use of various police training institutions.
To assist in the training of police officers of various ranks at appropriate non-police institutions inside and outside India.
To organise the annual Symposium of the Heads of Police Training Institutions and short Seminars on various aspects of Police training.
To suggest the establishment of new training institutions under the Centre as necessary from time to time.
To act as a clearing house for information relating to Syllabi, methods of training, teaching aids, training programmes and literature on various aspects of police work etc. from India and abroad.
To help in the development of libraries in the Central and State Police training institutions.
To liaise with the Directorate of Training of the Department of Personnel in relation inter-alia to training aids projects and fellowships under the United Nations Development Programme, UNESCO & Colombo Plan etc.
Analysis and study of prison statistics and problems of general nature affecting Prison Administration.
Assimilation and dissemination of relevant information to the States in the field of Correctional Administration.
Coordination of Research Studies conducted by RICAs and other Academic/Research Institutes in Correctional Administration and to frame guidelines for conduct of research studies/surveys in consultation with the State Governments.
To review training programmes keeping in view the changing social conditions, introduction of new scientific techniques and other related aspects.
To prepare uniform Training Module including course, syllabi, curriculum, etc. For providing training at various levels to the Prison staff in the field of Correctional Administration.
Publication of reports, newsletters, bulletins and preparation of Audio Visual aids, etc. in the field of Correctional Administration.
To set up an Advisory Committee to guide the work relating to Correctional Administration.
In an identical move brought about by compulsions of growth, the Government of India decided to give an independent status to the Forensic Science Division by creating a Forensic Science Directorate having an autonomous status under the direct control of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), (Devanāgarī: पुलिस अनुसंधान एवं विकास ब्यूरो) was set up on 28 August 1970 in furtherance of the objective of the Government of India for the modernisation of police forces. It has evolved as a multifaceted, consultancy organisation. At present it has 4 divisions – Research, Development, Training and Correctional Administration.
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