Applications open for institutes to provide police constable pre-recruitment training for minorities

Are you a reputed training institution keen to provide pre-recruitment training programs for minorities with grants from the Govt. of Maharashtra? This article provides details on how to submit an application to offer the training and information on the type of training to be imparted, the amount of grant given by the Govt. of Maharashtra, etc.

The Minorities Development Department, Government of Maharashtra wishes to provide pre-recruitment training to minority candidates for the post of police constables during 2019-2020. The institutes which were selected earlier for a similar program will be given preference. The details of the training program as stated in the public notice issued by the Deputy Secretary, Government of Maharashtra is mentioned below.

About the training program

A district-level committee will be selecting Minority candidates for pre-recruitment training for the post of police constables, namely candidates from Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, Parsi, Jain and Jew Minorities. The institution which imparts the training will prepare a schedule for the training program, by coordinating with the District Collector and the Police Commissioner/District Police Superintendent.

What is required of the institution

The institution must provide training modules in the following-
  1. Marathi language.

  2. General Knowledge.

  3. Physical abilities.

The institute is also required to maintain attendance records, reports, accounts, written communications, etc which are related to the training program.

Who can apply

Recognition: The institute should be a registered one which is recognized by the Government and is a reputed educational or training institute.

Experience: The institute should have a minimum of three years of experience in training or educational work.

Training faculty: There should be expert faculty to impart training in the fields as mentioned above for the training modules.

Facilities: In terms of infrastructure, it is essential to have all the requisite facilities, such as classrooms, toilets, a library, a playground, etc.

What the institute will get

Payment for faculty: A selected institute will receive a grant of Rs.30,000/- per month for paying an honorarium of two trainers to impart general knowledge, Marathi language and physical training to the selected candidates. This will amount to Rs.60,000/- for two months.

Payment for candidates: A selected institute will be paid Rs.300/- per candidate as a grant for making provision of reading materials for the candidates and for administrative expenses. An additional Rs.15/- will be paid per candidate towards expenses for tea and refreshments for the candidates.

Payment to candidates: Each candidate who is selected for the training program will be paid Rs.1000/- for a uniform kit, which includes the uniform, vest, shoes, socks, etc.

Application procedure

The institute which is keen on providing the training program must submit a typewritten application on the institute's letterhead to the District Collector. Along with the application, the following documents should be submitted –
(i) Certified copy of Government recognition.
(ii) Certified copy of the institute's registration certificate.
(iii) Certified copy of the Articles of Association of the institute.
(iv) Certified copy indicating experience in the field, namely, education/training.
(v) Detailed information about experienced faculty members/trainers.

The above should be sent in a sealed envelope to the District Collector. In bold letters on the top of the envelope, it should be written "Application for Pre-recruitment training of Minority candidates for the post of police constables".

Last date to submit the application to the District Collector: 17th July 2019.

After selection

The District Collectors will submit the list of the candidates who have been selected for pre-recruitment training for the post of the police constable, to the institute. The institute must then start the training of those candidates on the date informed to them by the respective District Collector. Accordingly, it is mandatory for the institute to sign the contract in the prescribed form on a non-judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.100/-. The decision of the Minorities Development Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai will be final and binding on all parties.

Address of the Department:
Minorities Development Department, Government of Maharashtra
Hutatma Rajguru Chowk,
Madam Cama Marg,

[Reference: Hindustan Times print advt., Mumbai edition, 11th July 2019, page 11.]

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