Department of Police Science

Certificate Course in Police Science

Diploma in Police Science

Admission

The admission to all the course in the University shall be decided on merit basis on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination.

List of UG course offered by  JRSU.:-

Branch Duration Intake Annual Fee
Certificate Course in Police Science 1 Years 60 10,000
Diploma in Police Science 1 Years 40 21,000

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

Admission to Certificate in Police Science (CCPS):
Admission to 1st Semester CCPS shall be open to a person who has passed class Xth examination securing at least 50%.

(a) The applicant shall not be more than 21 years of age on the date of admission; a relaxation of 2 years shall be given to the candidates belonging to OBC, ST, SC category and female candidates.

(b) Candidates sponsored by Govt. of Jharkhand are eligible to apply for this course.

Admission to Diploma in Police Science (DPS):

Admission to 1st Semester DPS shall be open to a person who has passed.

(a) +2 Examination from any stream (I.A./I.Sc./I.Com) securing at least 50% marks in aggregate.

(b) Any other examination recognized by the University, equivalent to (a) as given above with requisite percentage of marks.

(c) The applicant shall not be more than 27 years of age on the date of admission; a relaxation of 2 years shall be given to the candidates belonging to OBC, ST, SC category and female candidates.

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Rohit Raj

Assistant Professor

Mr.Rohit Raj is an assistant professor and course-coordinator in the Department of Police Science, JRSU Ranchi. He has completed his Master's degree in Public Administration from the Department of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia(New Delhi). Currently, he is pursuing his doctoral degree on the topic Police administration and citizen-centric reforms: A study of Community policing in Bokaro and Hazaribagh districts of Jharkhand from the Department of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia(New Delhi). His research interests includes- Research methodology, Theories of Public administration, Public policy, Criminal Justice administration, Policing, Police work, Police culture, Community policing and Conflict studies. He has authored two research papers and has contributed a chapter titled  Decolonization. in Pushpa Singh& C.Sharma (eds.), Comparative Government and Politics (pp 100-120). New Delhi: Sage. Rohit enjoys reading on diverse issues, travelling and sports.