Deoli, Rajasthan

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Deoli
city
Nickname(s): Chavani
Deoli is located in Rajasthan
Deoli
Deoli
Deoli is located in India
Deoli
Deoli
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 25°45′00″N 75°23′00″E / 25.75°N 75.3833°E / 25.75; 75.3833Coordinates: 25°45′00″N 75°23′00″E / 25.75°N 75.3833°E / 25.75; 75.3833
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Tonk
Elevation 296 m (971 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 20,023
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration RJ

Deoli is a city and a municipality in Tonk district, 85 km from Kota in the state of Rajasthan, India. city boasts of regional training center of cisf.

Demographics

Map Coordinates of Deoli

Latitude:N 25° 45' 22.8193" Longitude:E 75° 23' 3.1701"

Latitude:N 25° 45.380322' Longitude:E 75° 23.052835'

Latitude:25.756339° Longitude:75.384214

STD Code-01434

PIN Code-304804

Population

Deoli had a population of 30,023. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%.10% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Literacy

Deoli has an average literacy rate of 70%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 77% and female literacy is 61%.

History

The districts of kekari Jaipur and mewar were often ravaged by the plunders. for this reason an auxiliary force under the name of Kota contingent was raised in the year around 1844

In 1852 the deoli cantonment was established by Major Thom. Captain J D Macdonald was sent there from Ajmer in the year 1857 and raised a Meena battalion since the old Kota battalion mutinied in 1857

In 1858 the force was sent on a Kota expedition and distinguished themselves in the siege and capture of Kota . The Tonk Haraoti agency was established at deoli 1859

In 1903 the deoli irregular force now distinguished as 42nd deoli regiment of Kota contingent commonly known as Meena Battalion was stationed at Deoli which participated in Great War of 1914

In 1922 Col AGM Hogg formed the Meena corps Deoli and again in 1931 it stood disbanded and replaced by Royal garhwal rifles who was detailed for security duty of Detention camp in which number of Bengali leaders of Chittagong armory were detained during that period of freedom struggle .

when the quit India movement started the camp was reopened again in the 1940, the the ex president of Pakistan General Ayub khan was the commandant during the period for the soldiers of Royal Garhwal contingent .

In 1942 CRP the crown' s representative force was called for detained leaders. War prisoners of Japan , Germany and Italy were kept here. In 1948 it was reopened as Sindhi refugee camp. In 1957 4thnbattalion of CRP was stationed here. In 1962 it was established as chinease detention camp . Pakistani prisoners of war were also kept here.

From 1977 to 1979 CRP used deoli as training centre. 1980 CRP handed this campus to cisf . First reserve battalion was stationed here which was subsequently shifted to Barwaha.

CISF regional training centre Deoli Consequently upon the establishment of recruit training centre on 01/08/1984 the campus was named as cisf regional training centre Deoli. Cisf has declared 2017 as the year of training as nearly 22000 constables are under training at various training centers in India with rtc deoli getting 5500 trainees . The whole of detention camp has been revamped under the current young and dynamic DIG. State of the art R O plants and Chapati making machines have been roped in to cater to the needs of mammoth number of trainees. Novalty in training has been created through competency based training and unique concepts of Mentoring , buddy pair and group monitor.

References

  • Deoli Coordinates
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