Railway Protection Force Academy

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The Railway Protection Force Academy is a training institute run by the Indian Railways to impart training to new joiners to the Indian Railway Protection Force (RPF). It was established in 1955 at Lucknow, and has since been renamed to Jagjivan Ram RPF Academy [JJRPF Academy] in honour of the Indian freedom fighter and former Deputy Prime Minister. This academy is now headed by a director of the rank of Inspector General of RPF. Shri Anjani Kumar is IG cum Director of this academy since July 2015 and shri R.S. Chauhan is DIG(Training) since Feb.2016.The total land area of the Academy is 46.3 acre.

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