DIRECTOR CBI SHRI RANJIT SINHA SAYS ONLY A SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY CAN SOLVE INTRICACIES OF CRIME; TELLS THE 16th BATCH OF NEW SUB-INSPECTORS OF CBI TO PERFORM THEIR DUTIES WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR AND MAINTAIN UTMOST INTEGRITY IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE

NEWLY INDUCTED BATCH OF 77 SUB INSPECTORS TAKE OATH ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF TRAINING

Press Release
New Delhi , 26.04.2013

     The Investiture Ceremony of the 16th Batch of Sub-Inspector Cadets of CBI was held at CBI Academy, Ghaziabad today. Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI was the Chief Guest during the Ceremony. A fresh batch of 77 Sub Inspectors were inducted into the CBI after successful completion of training. The Sub Inspectors took oath to serve the Nation, uphold the Constitution and follow the motto of CBI: Industry, Impartiality, Integrity.

 

Addressing the Sub Inspector cadets and other officers of the CBI and staff of the Training Academy, Director CBI Shri Ranjit Sinha said that the success of the CBI hinges on the hard work, personality and conduct of Sub-Inspectors as they form the backbone of this prime investigative agency. Director CBI asked the cadets to maintain the highest standard of integrity, professional ethics and devotion to duty, and perform their job professionally, without fear or favour and to maintain utmost honesty in all walks of life.

 

     Director CBI said that in many cases, CBI is not the first responder and is generally given the task of investigating/prosecuting a case after a considerable lapse of time since the time the offence was committed. This makes it very difficult to collect evidence, and only a scientific recourse to investigation can take it to its logical conclusion, he added. Director CBI Shri Ranjit Sinha, asked the Sub Inspectors to always remember that investigation is the result of honest and hard work within the framework of the law, and added that an investigation done with scientific methodology can yield far better results and solve intricacies of crime.

 

     The 16th batch of Sub Inspector cadets joined the Academy in August, 2012. There are 77 cadets, out of which 49 are directly recruited through SSC and 28 are through Departmental exams’. The batch consists of 3 lady officers also. The batch is talented and from diversified background - 10 are Engineers, 5 have B. Tech degrees in Computer Science, one holds a Degree of Law and 8 are MBAs. In the group, there are 6 former Bank officials, 4 Auditors & 10 from Railways/Postal/IB and CISF.

 

     Sri R.K. Dutta, Additional Director CBI; Sri Abdul Aziz, Director of Prosecution; Sri Javeed Ahmad, Joint Director (Policy); Sri Anurag Garg, Joint Director (Administration); other senior officers of CBI and Sri Sujeet Pandey, DIG (Training) were also present. The faculty members, retired officers and family members of the passing out cadets besides district authorities of Ghaziabad were also present to witness the ceremony.

 

     Shri Sujeet Pandey, DIG(Training), CBI submitted a report on the comprehensive training received by the Cadets. The training was imparted under the guidance and supervision of a dedicated team of officers. The Sub Inspectors were trained in the investigation of Anti-Corruption Cases, different types of Conventional Crimes, the ways and means of collecting the evidence as well as intelligence, Anti-Corruption Cases, drug related offences, human trafficking, wildlife crimes, investigation of cyber crime cases, collection of volatile data and seizure of hard disk, mobile forensics, forensic medicine, forensic science, investigation of crimes related to bank frauds, security frauds and other types of economic offences etc. The training was imparted mainly in the CBI Academy, Ghaziabad. They were exposed to working of CFSL, AIIMS, and other specialized organizations during this period.

 

     The cadets were given also special training on Computer skills, Driving, Shooting, Judo, Yoga, Unarmed Combat, soft skills, gender sensitization and human rights. Emphasis was laid on preparing these Cadets for the challenges they would be facing in the field of investigation in the years and decades to come. Emphasis was also laid to make them good human beings & sensitive to the needs of the society.

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