Power to make rules
17. (1) The Government may by notification in the official Gazette make such rules as appear to it to be necessary for carrying into effect the provisions of this Act.
(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may-
(a) prescribe the conditions subject to which, the period for which and the manner in which, persons may be enrolled under section 6;
(b) prescribe the manner in which a person enrolled may be transferred under section 8;
(c) prescribe the authorities by whom and the conditions subject to which persons enrolled may be discharged under section 10;
(d) prescribe the authorities by which offences under this Act may be punished and the manner in which fine inflicted may be recovered;
(e) prescribe the military training, compulsory or voluntary, for any person or class of persons enrolled and to provide for the embodiment of any unit for that purpose;
(f) prescribe the extent to which and the manner in which the provisions of [* * *] the [* * *] Army Act, 1952
, shall be modified in their application to non- commissioned officers and men of the Bangladesh National Guard when embodied for or otherwise undergoing military training;
(g) provide for and regulate the remuneration, allowances, gratuities or compensation (if any) to be paid to any person or class of persons enrolled or to their dependents;
(h) prescribe the officers by whom certificates may be signed under section 14;
(i) provide for the medical examination of persons offering themselves for enrolment under section 5; and
(j) provide for any other matter which under this Act is to be or may be prescribed.