Director CBI Shri Amar Pratap Singh calls upon 72 Newly Inducted Sub-Inspectors to uphold highest standards of integrity and professionalism; says constant upgradation of scientific skills and legal procedures is essential for an investigator

Press Release
New Delhi , 23.03.2012

            The Investiture Ceremony of the 15th Batch of 72 Sub-Inspector Cadets of CBI was held at the CBI Academy, Ghaziabad today. Director CBI Shri Amar Pratap Singh  was the Chief Guest at  the Ceremony.  


In his address, Director CBI called upon the newly inducted Sub Inspectors uphold highest standards of integrity and professionalism. Director CBI said the success of CBI hinges on hard work and conduct of the Sub-Inspectors as they form the backbone of this prime investigative agency.  He asked the Sub Inspectors to have faith in themselves and believe in team work, and added that honest and hard work within the framework of law is the bedrock of any good investigation. Shri Amar Pratap Singh asked the 72 newly inducted Sub-Inspectors to constantly upgrade  their skills and knowledge and keep abreast with advancement in  scientific aids to investigation and current legal  procedures. He told the Sub Inspectors that they must uphold high standards of the CBI which has a great reputation in the eyes of the general public.


Addressing the new inductees, Special Director CBI Shri VK Gupta asked the Sub Inspectors to  work with impeccable integrity and be meticulous in their work, so as to follow up every little detail in investigations.  


Shri K.Saleem Ali, Additional Director, CBI, Shri R.K.Tandon, Joint Director(Administration) and Shri Sujeet Pandey, DIG(Training) were also present along with other senior officers from CBI. The family members of the Cadets were also present to witness the ceremony.


The 72 Sub Inspector Cadets who passed out of CBI Academy today took oath to uphold the Constitution of India in discharge of their duties. They underwent 36 weeks of intensive training in a wide range of subjects including law, anti-corruption investigation, conventional crime investigation,  ways and means of collecting evidence and intelligence,  drug related offences, human trafficking, wildlife crimes, investigation of cyber crime cases, mobile forensics, forensic  science, investigation of crimes related to bank frauds, security frauds and other types of economic offences . The training was imparted mainly in the CBI Academy, Ghaziabad.  They were exposed to CFSL, AIIMS etc. during this period.