—(1) The Minister may make regulations respecting the constitution, general administration, discipline, training and welfare of the Corps and generally for carrying out the purposes of this Act.
(2) In particular and without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), such regulations may provide for —
the manner in which, and conditions subject to which, persons are to be enrolled in the Corps, and the form of declaration to be taken by such persons;
the conditions of physical fitness required of members of the Corps;
the training to be undergone by members of the Corps;
the attendance at courses of instruction and training by members of the Corps;
the seniority of officers and the entry, confirmation, appointment and promotion of members of the Corps;
uniforms and equipment to be used in the Corps;
awards of compensation in respect of death and personal injuries;
awards of pensions and gratuities;
reimbursements or payments to members of the Corps;
the duties and responsibilities of a member who has been called up for service in the Corps under the provisions of any written law relating to national service or enlistment;
discipline and punishments; and
any other matter necessary or expedient for carrying out the purposes of this Act.