Andra Pradesh Grama Sachivalayam AP Mahila Police Service Rules 2022 Mahila Police Promotion Channel GO 1 : AP Mahila Police Subordinate Service Rules 2021 Mahila Police Promotion Channel GO 1 date 12-01-2022 in Grama Sachivalayam. Home Department Public Services Special Rules for Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021- Notification, Orders Issued. Andra Pradesh HOME (LEGAL TO DEPARTMENT GO.Ms.No.1 Dated: 12-01-2022 AP Mahila Police Subordinate Service Rules 2021-GO 1 Dated 12.1.2022. AP Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarshi Service Rules These Rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021. This Service shall be organised as a separate cadre within the Police Department.
AP Mahila Police Service Rules 2022 Mahila Police Promotion Channel GO 1 Dt. 12-01-2022
AP Mahila Police Service Rules 2021 Mahila Police Promotion Service Channel GO 1 dated 12-01-2022. Women police release GO with their full service rules. Promotions in all 5 categories. Home Department – Public Services – Special Rules for Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021- Notification – Orders – Issued. HOME (LEGAL-II) DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms.No.1 Dated:12-01-2022.
In the circumstances reported by the Director General of Police, Andhra Pradesh, vide letter seventh read above, Government, after careful examination hereby issue the Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021, in supersession of earlier rules issued vide GOs 3rd to 6th read above. The following Notification will be published in the Extra-ordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette, dated:12.01.2022.
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following Special Rules for Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021 in supersession of the GO’s 3rd to 6th read above.
Women police release GO with their full service rules. Promotions in all 5 categories.
- 1. Eligible for Senior Women Police if they have served as Women Police for at least six years
- 2. Eligible for Assistant Sub-Inspector (Women Police) if she has served as a Senior Women Police for at least five years.
- 3. Sub-Inspector (Women Police) is eligible for service for at least five years * as Assistant Sub-Inspector (Women Police).
- 4. The Inspector (Women Police) will be eligible for Nongjet with at least five years of service as Sub-Inspector (Women Police).
The following Rules shall be deemed to have come into force with immediate effect.
AP Mahila Police Service Rules 2021 Mahila Police Promotion Channel GO 1
These Rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Subordinate Service) Rules, 2021. This Service shall be organised as a separate cadre within the Police Department
The service shall consist of the following categories of posts in the Andhra Pradesh Mahila Police (Sub-ordinate Service) Rules:
- Category (1): Inspector (Mahila Police) (Non-Gazetted)
- Category (2): Sub-Inspector (Mahila Police)
- Category (3): Assistant Sub Inspector (Mahila Police)
- Category (4) : Senior Mahila Police
- Category (5) : Mahila Police
Subject to the other provisions in these rules, the method of appointment and appointing authority for the several categories shall be as follows:
|Category||Method of appointment||Appointing Authority|
|1. Inspector (Mahila Police) (Non-Gazetted)||By promotion SI (Mahila Police)||The Deputy Inspector General of Police concerned having jurisdiction.|
|2. SI (Mahila Police)||By promotion of ASI (Mahila Police)||The Superintendent of Police Mahila Commissioner of Police concernec having jurisdiction.|
|3. ASI (Mahila Police)||By promotion of Senior Mahila Police||The Superintendent of Police Mahila Commissioner of Police concernec having jurisdiction.|
|4. Senior (Mahila Police)||By promotion of Senior Mahila Police||The Superintendent of Police Mahila Commissioner of Police concernec having jurisdiction.
In respect of other Urban Police Units of the State, the Head of such a unit having jurisdiction.
|5.Mahila Police||By direct recruitment||The Superintendent of Police Mahila Commissioner of Police concernec having jurisdiction.
In respect of other Urban Police Units of the State, the Head of such a unit having jurisdiction.
NOTE (1) : The percentage of the number of vacancies in the category of Mahila Police, in the matter of appointments shall be as given below:-
- Direct Recruitment – 90%
- Direct Recruitment from among the eligible Women Home Guards-5%
- Direct Recruitment by selection from among eligible Grama/Ward Volunteers – 5%
In the event of non-availability of eligible and suitable Women Home Guards and Women Grama/Ward Volunteers in a particular year, the vacancies reserved for them shall not be carried forward to the subsequent year and shall be filled up with eligible Women candidates by Direct Recruitment.
NOTE (2) : The definition, eligibility criteria and percentage of the special category like Women Home Guards and Women Grama/Ward Volunteers, shall be applicable as notified by the Government.
NOTE (3) : Promotion to the category of Inspector (Mahila Police) (NonGazetted), shall be given to the qualified and eligible SI (Mahila Police)and promotions to the category of SI (Mahila Police)shall be given to the qualified and eligible ASI (Mahila Police)and promotions to the category ASI (Mahila Police) shall be given to the qualified and eligible Senior Mahila Police and promotions to the category of Senior Mahila Police shall be given to the qualified and eligible Mahila Police in that particular selection year. The eligibility for promotion is based on minimum service and merit through an examination conducted by the State Level Police Recruitment Board together with the Performance Assessment Reports for preceding five years of the selection year. The weightage for the tests conducted by the State Level Police Recruitment Board is 90% and weightage for Performance Assessment Reports is 10%. Performance Assessment shall be calculated based on year wise ACR grading with a grading of 6 marks for outstanding, 4 marks for Very good, 3 marks for Good and 1 mark for Satisfactory. Thus every candidate shall be given marks on a score of 30 marks and accordingly be calculated for 10%.
Provided that not withstanding anything contained in the notes in thisrule, the seniority of person appointed by direct recruitment and by other methods shall be fixed with reference to the provisions of General Rule 33 of the AP State and Sub-ordinate Service Rules, 1996.
NOTE (4) : The candidates appointed as “Grama Mahila Samrakshana/Ward Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarsi Grade-III” or “Grama Mahila Samrakshana/Ward Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarsi” prior to these rules are now re-designated as “Mahila Police”.
NOTE (5) : The powers of appointing authority in cases of appointments made prior to these rules shall henceforth be vested with concerned Commissioner of Police/Superintendent of Police for all purposes.
Unit of appointment:
For the purposes of recruitment, appointment, seniority, promotions, transfer and appointment as full member, the units of appointment for the posts indicated in column (2) of the table below shall be as specified in column (3) thereof:
|Category||Post||Unit of appointment|
|Category (1)||Inspector (Mahila Police)||Concerned Police range|
|Category (2)||SI (Mahila Police)||Concerned Police range|
|Category (3)||ASI (Mahila Police)||Concerned Police Unit|
|Category (4)||Senior Mahila Police||Concerned Police Unit|
|Category (5)||Mahila Police||Concerned Police Unit|
Reservation in Appointment:
The Rule of Special Representation (General Rule 22 of A.P. State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996) shall apply to appointments by direct recruitment / promotion to the various posts in the service, provided that no differently abled persons are eligible for appointment.
In the matter of appointment by direct recruitment or by promotion to the above categories, only women will be selected as per rules and conditions notified by the Govt. from time to time.
No person shall be eligible for appointment to the post of Mahila Police, unless she possesses any degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, State Act or a Provincial Act or an Institution recognized by the University Grants Commission or by a recognized State Board of Technical Education and training.
(a) No person shall be eligible for appointment by direct recruitment to the post of Mahila Police, if she has not completed eighteen years of age and if she has completed twenty eight years of age on the first day of July of the year in which the notification for selection is issued.
Provided that age relaxations for direct recruitment in respect of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, Economically Weaker Sections, Home Guards and Grama/Ward Volunteers, shall be applicable as prescribed by the Government from time to time.
Physjcal Measurements: The candidates should meet the following requirements:
- Height: Must not be less than 5 feet
- Weight: Must not be less than 40 Kgs.
NOTE: However, the candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes and Aboriginal Tribes in the Agency areas of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari and West Godavari Districts should meet the following requirements:
- Height: Must not be less than 148 centimeters
- Weight: Must not be less than 38 Kgs.
Physical Efficiency Tests for the selection of candidates shall be as under:
|01||2 km walking||20 minutes|
Final Written Examination:
Candidates who qualify in the above shall be required to appear for the final written examination in one paper (three hour’s duration) for 200 marks. The syllabus is given in Annexure I (A).
Note: (1) The minimum marks to be secured by the candidates in order to qualify in the final written examination in the paper is 40% for OCs, 35% for BCs, 30% for SCs/STs/Ex- Servicemen.
(2) Questions in written examination will be objective in nature and will be set in English, Telugu and Urdu languages.
Selection Process of AP Mahila Police Service Rules 2021
The final selection of the candidates will be made strictly on relative merit, as obtained by them based on their score in the final written examination for 200 marks for the candidates who qualified in Physical Efficiency Test and as per the provisions of “The Andhra Pradesh Public Employment (Organization of Local Cadres and Regulation of Direct Recruitment) Order, 1975″ and G.O. P. No. 763, General Administration (SPF.A) Dept., dated:15-11-1975 as amended from time to time.”
Medical Test cornmoo to all categories
Eye Sight: Visual Standards required for the above selection shall be as follows:
|Right Eye||Left Eye|
- Each eye must have a full field of vision.
- Color blindness, squint or any morbid condition of the eye or lids of either eye shall be deemed to be a disqualification.
- The candidate should possess sound health and be free from any bodily defect or infirmity which will render her unfit.
- Candidates who are physically handicapped/ Differently abled will not be considered for recruitment to any post specified in this rule.
The procedure and tests for recruitment to the post of Mahila Police in this service shall be notified by Chairman, SLPRB from time to time.
Training & Training Period:
The candidates selected by any competent authority on the basis of vacancies reserved for direct selection in each local cadre of the post, shall be first sent for induction training to any of the Police Training Institutes or centers as decided by the Director General of Police for the purpose and they shall also be required to undergo any other training as may be prescribed thereafter from time to time.
MANILA POLICE shall undergo training for a period of 3 months at training institutions/centers as notified by the Director General of Police. They should undergo all Indoor and Outdoor training without any break and show satisfactory progress/performance during the training period. On successful completion of 3 months training and passing of the prescribed tests there will be one month attachment to various field units relevant to them in the District which will also include a week attachment to an NGO dealing with woman and child issues.
The Mahila Police shall adhere to discipline and good conduct in the training institutions and show satisfactory progress during the period of The trainees who will absent for a total period of 5 days shall be discharged from training after issuing notice and obtaining explanation, if the explanation is not satisfactory.
The appeal can be made within a period of 10 days from the date of acknowledgment/serving of the discharge orders. Appeals preferred after the prescribed period shall not be entertained. This condition must be incorporated in the discharge order.
The Additional Director General of Police, Training, shall be competent authority for the purpose of discharge of trainees at any time before expiry of prescribed period of Institutional training following due
The concerned authorities shall strike off the trainees from the roll of the Unit on their discharge from training after completing necessary
The Appellate Authority in respect of MANILA POLICE shall be the Director General of Police (HoPF).
Every person selected as Mahila Police shall be eligible during the period of Institutional training, both for Regular or extended period if any for consolidated pay as fixed by the Government from time to time.
The trainees shall not be entitled for any other allowances or special pays etc. No consolidated pay would be paid for any period of absence due to leave, un-authorized absence etc, and a proportionate amount shall be deducted from consolidated pay calculating a month as thirty days. The Authorized Medical rest as inpatient in Government Hospital or in the training institutions shall not result in deduction in consolidated pay. However, the Mahila Police will not be authorized for consolidated pay for the period of term break.
The period of training shall count for purpose of probation
Security Bond and Recovery of Training Expenses:-
Every person selected to the post of MAHILA POLICE and sent for training at Government cost shall submit a Security bond worth Rs. 5,000/-(Rupees five thousand only) on a non-judicial stamp paper that they shall serve the Department after training for a minimum period of (3) three years from the date of their actual appointment. In the event of not passing the test/examinations leading to discharge or discharge from training for any other reason would forfeit the security amount as a compensation towards training expenses and remuneration etc., received by her.
No person shall be eligible for appointment by promotion to various posts in this service unless she has successfully completed probation and has put in service as indicated below in the feeder category concerned.
|S. No.||Promotion to the category of||Feeder category i.e.
promotion from the
|1||Inspector (Mahila Police) (Non- Gazetted)||SI (Mahila Police)||5 years|
|2||SI (Mahila Police)||ASI (Mahila Police)||5 years|
|3||ASI (Mahila Police)||Senior Mahila Police||5 years|
|4||Senior Mahila Police||Mahila Police||6 years|
- Every person appointed by direct recruitment to the post in this service shall be on probation for a total period of two years on duty within a continuous period of three years.
- Every person appointed to any of the posts by promotion, from the date on which she commences probation, will be on probation for a total period of one year on duty within a continuous period of two years.
- For the purpose of suspension, termination or extension of probation of any probationer, at any time before expiry of the prescribed period of probation period for the categories (a) and (b), the decision of the appointing authority shall be final.
- Tests on the eve of completion of probation for candidates selected by direct recruitment in this service shall be as specified by the Government / Director General of Police from time to time.
- The inter-se-seniority of Mahila Police recruited direct in a particular batch of a particular District shall be fixed based on the total marks secured by them at the time of recruitment together with the marks secured in the examination conducted at the end of the training.
- In respect of appointments by promotion, where such appointment by promotion is made on the principle of merit and ability, seniority being considered only when merit and ability are approximately equal. The claims of any members of the SCs & STs shall be considered for such promotions on the basis of seniority subject to merit and ability. However, a member of SC & ST possesses superior merit and ability she shall be allowed to supersede not only others but also the members of SCs & STs as the case may be.
- The Seniority of persons appointed by Direct Recruitment by other methods shall be fixed with reference to the provisions of General Rule-33 of the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996.
Performance Assessment Reports:
A personal file consisting of Annual Performance Assessment reports and other connected material shall be opened for every Mahila Police immediately on her first appointment and maintain till she retires or otherwise ceases to be in-service. This file will contain a continuous record of the performance, character, conduct and qualities while in public service and should always be treated as a confidential record.
|S. No||Category||Reporting Officer||Reviewing
|1||Mahila Police||SHO concerned||Inspector concerned
|2||Senior Mahila Police||SHO concerned||Inspector concerned
|3||ASI (Mahila Police)||Circle Inspector
|4||SI (Mahila Police)||DSP/ACP
|5||Inspector (Mahila Police) (Non-Gazetted)||Addl.SP (Admin)||—||SP/DCP (A)
Assessment Reports will be forwarded by 15th April by Reporting Officer to the Reviewing Authority who will pass on their report with their remarks to Accepting Authority within one week of its receipt by them. These reports should reach the Addl. SP (Admin) (custodian) concerned not later than 15th May.
Transfers and Postings:
All transfers and postings to the above categories shall, subject to the other provisions of this rule, be made by the appointing authorities concerned;
Other Service conditions:
The leave sanctioning authority shall be the SHO for CL and the concerned Unit Officer for all other leaves. The other service conditions which are not covered in these rules, shall be the same as prescribed in the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996, APCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 and APCS (CC&A) Rules, 1991 and also other rules as applicable to Government employees. As the Mahila Police is a specialized wing to work at the village secretariat/ward secretariat and therefore, no deputations are allowed to all categories of posts mentioned at Rule (2). The Authorities relating to different service matters are envisaged in Annexure I (B).
Mahila Police, Senior Mahila Police, AS’ (Mahila Police), SI (Mahila Police) and Inspector (Mahila Police) (Non-Gazetted) are entitled to uniform grant at the rates prescribed by Government from time to time. Uniform prescribed for Mahila Police is given in Annexure I (C).
Nothing in these rules shall affect the appointments made in accordance with the repealed rules prior to the coming into force of these rules.