Karnataka State Police
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Police Public School is run by the Karnataka State Reserve Police multipurpose society as a welfare measure to provide quality education to the children of police force. Preferably to the children of lower strata of the police force. The school is affiliated to the CBSE New Delhi, executing the common curriculum which is taught throughout the country.

Preference was given to lowest category of the police force. The children need to qualify themselves to get admission into the school by attending an admission test. From 2009-2010 onwards 30% of the admission is open to the public in order to establish an excellent relation with the public and have a fair combination of students from different backgrounds. The school dedicates itself to the welfare of the police children by providing an opportunity for them to grow in an excellent academic environment for which it solicits unstinted co-operation from one and all.

1. Sri. N.A. Muthanna Memorial Residential School, Dharwad:
   • Started in the year 1997.
   • 6th to 10th std. CBSE curriculum

2. Police Public School, Mysore:
   • School started in the year 2008.
   • CBSE model school. From 1st Std to 10th Std.

3. Police Public School, Koramangala
   • Started in the year 2007.
   • Follows NCERT/CBSE curriculum. From LKG to 10th Std.

4. Police Public Schools at Davanagere (Eastern Range), Udupi
(Western Range), Gulbarga (North Eastern Range) and Belgaum(Northern Range)
   • Govt. Vide Order No. HD 83 PBL 2013 dated 10.9.2013 accorded sanction in principle for opening of schools.

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The Chief Minister inaugurated eight police canteens, including one each for Mysore city, Mysore district, Mandya, Tumkur, Kolar and Bangalore Rural district, KSRP campus at Koramangala here and at the Director-General and Inspector-General of Police office.

The eight canteens are part of the 40 being opened across the State soon.

These canteens have started functioning at the police headquarters in Bangalore, Bangalore Rural, Tumkur district, Mandya, Mysore and Kolar districts. These canteens will cater to 13,000 policemen across these districts and provide groceries at subsidized rates. The revenue generated from these canteens will be utilized for police welfare schemes.

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(A) Karnataka Police Benevolent Fund:

Karnataka Police Benevolent fund was established during 1975.

   • The objective of the fund is to give relief to the family of a member in the event of his death while in service.

   • To grant monetary aid to members and their family in exceptional cases where the reimbursement is not possible under KMA on the recommendations of the committee constituted.

   • To give financial assistance for purchase of denture, spectacles and artificial limbs, advance for purchase of wheel chair, three wheeler.

   • To grant scholarship to the children of members on the basis of merit.

   • To give financial assistance for higher educations.

   • To give full expenditure towards the school/training for mentally retarded child.

   • To organize courses of training.

   • To have play-grounds, children’s park in police colonies. To providing reading rooms, etc.

   • Sources:

a. Monthly subscription from members.

Group D : Rs. 10/-
PC to ASI, SDA, FDA :Rs. 20/-
PSI to PI,Sec Supdt.,AAO : Rs. 30/-
A.O, CAO : Rs. 40/-
DSP,ASP : Rs. 50/-
SP to DGP : Rs. 70/-

b. collections made from the sale of flags on the Flag Day on 2nd April of each year.(50% of the amount)

c. Grant-in-aid sanctioned from the Govt.

Financial Assistance:

Sl.No.

Amount

1

Rs. 1500/- for students studying in SSLC (minimum 60% marks should be obtained in the previous class) .

2

Rs. 2000/- for students studying in PUC (minimum 60% marks should be obtained in the previous class) .

3

Rs. 750/- for students studying PUC (Arts, Science & Commerce) for 1st year only.

4

Rs 500/- for students doing ITI, DEd, D-Pharma, Nursing & other courses after 10th std. or PUC. For 1st year only.

5

Rs. 2500/- for students doing Degree courses (Arts, Commerce, Science and Managment Computer Application). For 1st year only.

6

Rs. 2500/- for students doing Post graduation course (Arts, Commerce, Science and Management Computer application). For 1st year only.

7

Rs. 2500/- for students doing BEd, BPEd or other courses (Minimum duration of the course should be one year)

8

Rs. 5000/- for students doing Degree or Diploma in Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries. For 1st year only.

9

Rs. 10,000/- for students doing Engineering course. For 1st year only (Minimum 60% marks should be obtained in PUC)

10

Rs. 20,000/- for students doing MBBS course. For 1st year only (Minimum 60% marks should be obtained in PUC)

11

Rs. 15000/- for students doing BDS course. For 1st year only (Minimum 60% marks should be obtained in PUC)

12

Rs. 10000/- for students doing Indian Medicine. For 1st year only. (Minimu 60% marks should be obtained in PUC)

13

Rs. 40,000/- once  for Medical Post graduation course.

14

Rs. 20,000/- once for Engineering Post graduation course

15

Rs. 20,000/- once for Post graduation course in Indian Medicine.

16

Rs. 30,000/- once for MDS.

17

Rs. 5000/- for students doing Diploma in Engineering. For 1st year only.

18

Rs. 5000/- for students doing CA. For 1st year only.

19

Rs. 5000/- for students doing  MCA/MBA. For 1st year only.

20

Incentives:  SSLC  (highest marks )
(State syllabus & CBSE separately)
1st : Rs. 10000 
2nd  Rs.   7500
3rd   Rs.   5000
PUC   (highest marks)
(Arts, Commerce & Science separtely)
1st    Rs. 10000
2nd   Rs.  7500
3rd    Rs.  5000

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Appliances :  
i.  Denture set              :  50% of the cost max. Rs.500
ii. Artificial limb          : Rs. 2500/-
iii.Wheel chair/tricycle : Advance to be refunded in 40 
instalments.
iv. Spectacles                 : Rs. 600/- (3 times in service)

22

Advance for purchase of tricycle or wheel chair for physically challenged staff member and their dependent which is to be repaid in 40 instalments.

23

Complete expenses of school and training in respect of mentally challenged children.

24

Financial assistance to the extent of 25% of the medical expenses or Rs. 25,000/- whichever is lesser when no reimbursement facility is available.

25

 Obsequies Expense:                       Rs.    5000/-


(B) Karnataka State Ex-Police Officers Welfare Fund:

   • The fund was established during 1976 for the welfare of retired police personnel and their dependent.

   • The objectives of the fund is to sanction grants to Co-operative society or other associations of Ex-police officers for scheme and projects for resettlement, to sanction expenditure on special measure of a collective nature for the maintenance of old and destitute Ex-police officers or widow of Ex-police officers, to sanction scholarships or grants to dependents of Ex-police officers for higher studies etc.

   • The fund is constituted with the collections made by the sale of flags on the Flag Day on 2nd April of each year. (50% of the collection to Unit Ex- police officers Welfare Fund, 25% to the fund to Unit Benevolent Fund and 25% to the Central Benevolent Fund).

   • The assets of the fund includes the contributions from the Karnataka State Police Benevolent Fund, any other donations which may be received with the prior sanction of the Govt. , income from the assets of the fund and grants from the Govt.

   • Ex-police officers or their dependents discharged or dismissed or those convicted by the courts or those who are compulsorily retired are not eligible for assistance from this fund.

   • Financial assistance for repayment of debts, marriages, loans for constructions of houses or improvement of land is not admissible.

The scale of financial assistance:

(a)Education:
(i) Medical (including dental) : Rs.10,000/-
(ii) Engineering : Rs. 5,000/-

(b) Medical:
Maximum Rs. 25,000/-
(Dist. SPs empowered to sanction upto
Rs.10,000/-, Commissioners of Police,
Mysore City, Hubli Dharwad City &
Mangalore City is empowered to sanction
Rs. 20,000/-. The Central Committee is
the authority to sanction the difference.
Commissioner of Police, B’lore City is
Empowered to sanction Rs.25,000/-)

(c) Appliances :
Spectacles : Actual :
Walker : Actual : Max. Rs. 6000/-
Denture : Actual :

(d) Cremation Expense: Rs. 5000/-

ಆರೋಗ್ಯ ಭಾಗ್ಯ ಯೋಜನೆ +

Karnataka Government has introduced unique scheme called Arogya Bhagya Yojane to its Police Personnel and their families, which was launched during June 2002. This scheme is a self-financing scheme managed through monthly contribution from the Police Personnel themselves & through medical reimbursement from the Government. The scheme is administered by a Nodal Agency having expertise in Medical administration.

The Nodal Agency identifies high-tech hospitals among Government recognized Hospitals for the purpose of medical reimbursement with excellent infrastructural facilities in districts and cities in the State. An amount of Rs.26.39 Crores up to 15-10-2005 have been spent towards medical treatment for Police personnel and their families. At present the scheme is running successfully.


Evolution of ABY

Announced on April 2nd ‘2002
Launched on 1st Aug ‘2002
Over 60000 Police personnel enrolled under the scheme
Over 69 quality care hospital providers (including Govt. hospitals) are empanelled across the state
Scheme operated under Karnataka Police Health Welfare Trust


Contribution under ABY

Gazetted employees shall contribute Rs.50/-
Non Gazetted employees shall contribute Rs.40/-


Most Revolutionary Features of the Scheme

Most revolutionary fact pre-existing diseases no bar to avail the benefit.
Cashless transaction across Karnataka State and complete transaction from time of admission till discharge of the member is cashless.
All ailments are covered as per Karnataka Govt. Medical Attendance Rules 1963.
Implants, prosthesis and materials are excluded under Karnataka Govt.
medical Attendance Rules 1963 BUT are covered under ABY.