Chapter – 3 Fulfillment of Posts of the Armed Police

Chapter – 3 Fulfillment of Posts of the Armed Police

Chapter – 3
Fulfillment of Posts of the Armed Police

6. Fulfillment of Post of the Armed Police Service:

(1) The following  posts of the Armed Police Service shall be fulfilled in the following
manner:
Posts By open competition( in percent) By promotion (in percent)
(a) Armed Police Peon or equivalent thereto 100% ×
(b) Armed Police Personnel  100% ×
(c) Assistant Constable of the Armed Police × 100%
(d) Constable of the Armed Police × 100%
(e) Senior Constable of the Armed Police × 100%
(f) Assistant Sub- Inspector of the Armed Police. 25% 75%
(g) Police Sub-  Inspector of the Armed Police × 100%
(h) Senior Sub- Inspector of the Armed Police × 100%
(i) Inspector of the Armed Police 60% 40%
(j) All posts above the Armed Police Inspector × 100%
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-rule (1), the technical posts of the Armed Police shall be fulfilled through the open competition or promotion as may be determined by the Government of Nepal.
(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Rules, in order to make inclusive the Armed Police Service, Forty-Five percent posts of the posts to be fulfilled by open competition shall be set aside and be  filled up by having separate competition between the following candidates only, by considering the percentage into cent percent:
(a) Women -Twenty Percent
(b) Adiwasi/Janjati -Thirty Two Percent
(c) Madhesi -Twenty Eight Percent
(d) Dalit – Fifteen Percent
(e) Backward Area -Five Percent Explanation:
(1) For the purposes of Clauses (a), (b),
(c) and (d) of this Sub-rule, “women, Adiwasi/Janajati, Madhesi, and
Dalit” means women, Adiwasi/Janajati, Madhesi, and
Dalit who are backward economically and socially.
(2) For the purposes of this Sub-rule, “backward area” means Accham,
Kalikot, Jajarkot, Jumla, Dolpa, Bajhang, Bajura, Mugu and Humla
districts.
1(4) For the purposes of the fulfillment of posts pursuant to Sub-rule (3), the description of the women, Adiwasi/Janajati, Madhesi and Dalit community who are backward economically and socially shall be as specified by the Government of Nepal in the Nepal Gazette. Provided that, any women, Adiwasi/Janajati, Madhesi and Dalit community shall be deemed to be backward economically and socially until so specified.
(5) In submitting an application for the posts set aside pursuant to Sub-rule (3), the following evidences have to be attached:
(a) In the case of Adiwasi/Janajati, certified by the Nepal Foundation of the Development of Indigenous
Nationalities as Adiwasi/Janajati,
(b) In the case of Dalit, certified by the National Dalit Commission as Dalit,
(c) In the case of Madhesi, certified by the organization as specified by the Government of Nepal by a notification in
the Nepal Gazette as Madhesi,
(d) In the case of backward area, a recommendation by the concerned Village Development Committee or
Municipality that he concerned person has permanently resided in any district set forth in Sub-rule (3) and
obtained the citizenship certificate from the concerned district and has resided permanently in the same place at
the time of making application.
2(6) While determining the percent pursuant to Sub-rule (3), if there is a fraction that is less than One percent, the fraction shall continue to pass on to the immediately next community of the community in respect of which such fraction has resulted. 3(7) If no application is made for posts set aside pursuant to Subrule (3) or the posts cannot be fulfilled because of a required number of candidates could not succeed, then such shortfall number of posts shall be fulfilled from the candidates for open competition as referred to in
Sub-rules (1) and (2).
6. Restriction in fulfillment of posts: Any posts of the Armed Police Service shall not be fulfilled in any other manner except as provided in these Rules.
(2) Salary and other allowances shall not be paid unless the pay roll has been passed from the Police Records Keeping Office in the case of Armed Police working in the Headquarters and offices located in the valley and from the Funds and Accounts Comptroller Office in the case of Armed Police of the other offices.
7. Appointment to the post of Armed Police Service: The following  authority shall appoint to the following post of the Armed Police:
(a) To the Gazetted Post, the Government of Nepal.
(b) To the post of Senior Sub-Inspector of the Armed Police, Sub- Inspector and Assistant Sub-Inspector of the Armed Police, Inspector General of the Armed Police.
(c) To the Sub-Inspector of the Armed Police, Deputy Inspector General of the Armed Police or the Armed Police Officer senior to that post,
(d) To the post of Senior Constable of the Armed Police, Constable of the Armed Police, Assistant Constable and Police Personnel of the Armed Police, Superintendent of the Armed Police or Armed Police Officer senior to that post.
(e) To the post of Armed Police Peon or equivalent thereto, Deputy Superintendent of the Armed Police or Armed Police Officer senior to that post.
8. Necessary qualification for getting appointed to the Armed Police Service :

(1) The following qualifications shall be required in order to be appointed to the following post of the Armed Police Service
to be fulfilled through open competition :-
(a) For the Armed Police Inspector:
(1) having completed the age of Twenty One years and not crossed the age of Twenty Four years on the day of publication of the advertisement,
(2) having obtained Bachelor degree or equivalent thereto from any recognized university,
(3) having obtained the Nepalese Citizenship Certificate,
(4) having at least Five feet Two inches height,
(5) chest having Thirty One inches in normal position and thirty three inches while getting inflated,
(6) eyes not having weaker than plus or minus two,
(7) having obtained fitness certification by a physician as prescribed by the Headquarters,
(8) having obtained good character certificate from the educational institution of own study and other Two serving gazetted officers of the Government of Nepal, except own relatives,
(9) having not been convicted by the court of law of a criminal offence involving moral turpitude,
(10) having not been involved in politics,
(11) having not obtained the membership of an organization with destructive objective,
(12) having not been dismissed from the service,
with being disqualified for the governmental service in the future generally.
(b) For Armed Police Sub-Inspector:
(1) having completed the age of eighteen years and not crossed the age of Twenty Two years as on the day of publication of the advertisement,
(2) having obtained certificate level degree or equivalent thereto from any recognized university,
(3) having obtained the qualifications as referred to in Clause (a) above.
(c) For Armed Police Personnel and Armed Police Peon or equivalent thereto:
(1) having completed the age of eighteen years and not crossed the age of Twenty Two years as on the day of publication of the advertisement for Armed Police personnel and having completed the age of Sixteen
years and not crossed the age of Twenty Five years as on the day of publication of the advertisement for the Armed Police Peon or equivalent thereto,
(2) having the qualification of reading and writing generally, in the case of Armed Police Personnel…………4 and Armed
Police Peon, (3) chest having Thirty inches in normal position and Thirty Two inches while getting
inflated,
(4) having obtained the qualifications as referred to in Clause (a) above.

4 Amended by the First Amendment.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-rule (1), a person working in the Armed Police Service may become the candidate for the posts of the Armed Police Service to be fulfilled through open competition until the attainment of the age of Thirty years.
(3) Educational qualification and other qualification for the technical post of the Armed Police Service shall be as prescribed by the Commission