recruitment of security personnel is done consonant with PSARA 2005 parameters as under-
Height General Candidates - 170 cm (5ft 7 inch)
Gorkhas / Garhwalis - 165 cm (5 ft 5 inch)
Ladies - 160 cm (5 ft 3 inch)
Weight - Proportional to height and age
Chest - 80 cm and expansion 4 cm
Eye Sight - Distant vision - 6/6
Near sight - 0.6 (corrected) no color blindness
Hearing - no hearing defect Fitness - physically and mentally fit Age - 20 to 45 years with relaxation of 5 years for exservicemen. 55 years for supervisors and above
Education - 10th pass or equivalent with adequate English and Hindi reading and writing Capability
Composition - Ex-servicemen, exparamilitary personnel, ex- NCC cadets ex-police/Home Guards
PSARA -2005 & PSARR-2009 training parameters are
The Training courses comprise of different modules as under
Level 1 - Physical Fitness and Drill.
Level 2 - Basic Security, First Aid, Duties of Security
Guards, Supervisors, Gunman.
Level 3 - All type of Security
Level 4- Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting
Level 5 - Electronic Monitoring Systems
Level 6 - Personal Protection (only for Commandos)
Level 7 - Training on the job
Level 8 - Mob control, Explosive Devices
identification, Disaster management, Knowledge of fire arms, elementary knowledge
Hawk Training Centre, located at Dehradun, is a sister
concern of HCPG. Following trainings are planned and
imparted at the Centre:-
1. Basic security training (20 days)
2. Refresher Training (7 days)
3. International Security Developments and Devices
1. On -the-job training for guarding, checking, frisking and
duties at the gate office/Reception is given
before and after deployment.
2. Inspections & Surprise Checks are carried out and recorded regularly.
3. Reporting habit of reporting all the incidents, observations, irregularities etc. to the administration promptly is inculcated in all the security personnel.
4. Supervision of each and every security person at all levels is a continuous process to nip the lacunas at the bud.
Fire fighting is an essential facet of security duties. Therefore, fire fighting training includes fire preventive measures, fire fighting, reporting, safety of men and material, salvaging and guarding. Knowledge of fire fighting equipment and their effective operation, theoretical as well as practical knowledge is imparted to all security personnel during training and at regular intervals.
First Aid knowledge is very important for security personnel to save precious lives during accidents, fires and natural calamities. It, therefore, forms an important part of security training.
Disasters occur without any prior notice and at any place. Successful security personnel are those who are equipped and trained at all times to meet the challenges of nature and to protect lives and property endangered by a disaster. We train our men to fight successfully against any disaster.