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MOTTO
Industry, Impartiality and Integrity
MISSION
To uphold the Constitution of India and Law of the Land through in-depth investigation
and successful prosecution of offences; to provide leadership and direction to Police
Forces and to act as the Nodal Agency for enhancing interstate and international
co-operation in law enforcement.
VISION
Based on our motto, mission and the need to develop professionalism, transparency,
adaptability to change and use of science and technology in our working, the CBI will
focus on:
1. Combating corruption in public life, curb economic and violent crimes through
meticulous investigation and prosecution.
2.
Evolve effective systems and procedures for successful investigation and prosecution
of cases in various law courts.
3.
Help fight cyber and high technology crime.
4. Create a healthy work environment that encourages team-building, free
communication and mutual trust.
5. Support State Police Organizations and Law Enforcement Agencies in National
and International Co-operation, particularly relating to enquiries and investigation
of cases.
6.
Play a lead role in the war against national and transnational organized crime.
7.
Uphold Human Rights, protect the environment, arts, antiques and heritage of our
civilization.
8.
Develop a scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform.
9. Strive for excellence and professionalism in all spheres of functioning, so that the
organization rises to high levels of endeavor and achievement.
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CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
CBI - AN OVERVIEW
1 - 6
CHAPTER 2
INVESTIGATION & ENQUIRIES
7 - 34
CHAPTER 3
PROSECUTION
35 - 46
CHAPTER 4
POLICY DIVISION
47 - 58
CHAPTER 5
INTERNATIONAL POLICE CO-OPERATION
59 - 71
CHAPTER 6
TECHNICAL & FORENSIC DIVISION
73 - 81
CHAPTER 7
HUMAN RESOURCE & BUDGET
83 - 100
CHAPTER 8
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
101 - 111
ANNEXURE A
VACANCY POSITION AS ON DECEMBER 31, 2014
113 - 120
ANNEXURE B
OFFENCES NOTIFIED UNDER DSPE ACT, 1946
121 – 125
ANNEXURE C
TRAINING CALENDER - 2015
126 - 134
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CHAPTER-I
CBI – AN OVERVIEW
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CHAPTER-I
CBI – AN OVERVIEW
1.1 In the early stages of the World
War-II, the Government of India realised
that the vast increase in expenditure for
war efforts had provided opportunities to
unscrupulous and antisocial persons, both
officials and non-officials, for indulging in
bribery and corruption. In order to tackle
the problem, the Government set up Special
Police Establishment (SPE) under a DIG in
the then Department of War, through an
executive order in 1941, with mandate to
investigate cases of bribery and corruption in
transactions with which the War and Supply
Department was concerned. At the end of
1942, the activities of the SPE were extended
to include cases of corruption in Railways
also, which was vitally concerned with the
movement and supply of war materials.
1.2 In 1943, an Ordinance was issued by
the Government, constituting a Special Police
Force vested with powers for investigation
of certain offences committed by officials of
Central Government. As a need for a Central
Government Agency to investigate cases of
bribery and corruption was felt even after
the end of the war, the Ordinance which
lapsed on September 30, 1946, was replaced
by Delhi Special Police Establishment
Ordinance of 1946. Subsequently, the same
year, Delhi Special Police Establishment
Act, 1946 (DSPE Act) was enacted.
1.3 After promulgation of the Act,
superintendence of SPE was transferred to
the Home Department and its functions were
enlarged to cover all departments of the
Government of India. The jurisdiction of
SPE was extended to all the Union Territories
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and the Act provided for its extension to
the States with the consent of the State
Government. The Headquarters of SPE
was shifted to Delhi and the organisation
was put under the charge of Director,
Intelligence Bureau. However, in 1948, a
post of Inspector-General of Police, SPE
was created and the organisation was placed
under his charge.
1.4 In 1953, an Enforcement Wing was
added to the SPE to deal with offences under
the Import and Export Control Act. With
the passage of time, more and more cases
under various laws other than Prevention
of Corruption Act and violations of Import
and Export Control Act also came to be
entrusted to the SPE. In fact, by 1963, SPE
was authorised to investigate offences under
91 different sections of Indian Penal Code
and 16 other Central Acts, besides offences
under the Prevention of Corruption Act,
1947.
1.5 A growing need was felt for a Central
Police Agency at the disposal of the Central
Government, which could investigate not
only cases of bribery and corruption,
but also violation of Central fiscal laws,
major frauds relating to Government of
India Departments, Public Joint Stock
Companies, Passport frauds, crimes on
the High Seas, crimes on the Airlines and
serious crimes committed by organised gangs
and professional criminals. Therefore, the
Government of India set up Central Bureau
of Investigation by a Resolution dated 1st
April, 1963 with the following Divisions:
(i) Investigation & Anti-Corruption
Division (Delhi Special Police
Establishment).
(ii) Technical Division.
(iii)Crime Records and Statistics
Division.
(iv) Research Division.
(v) Legal and General Division.
(vi) Administration Division.
1.6 The Investigation & Anti-Corruption
Division (Delhi Special Police Establishment)
was entrusted with the following mandate
in the Resolution although it continued to
derive its jurisdiction and powers from DSPE
Act, 1946:
 Cases in which public servants under the
control of the Central Government are
involved either by themselves or along
with State Government servants and/
or other persons.
Cases in which the interests of the Central
Government or of any public sector
project or undertaking, or any statutory
corporation or body set up and financed
by the Government of India are involved.
Cases relating to breaches of Central
Laws with the enforcement of which
the Government of India is particularly
concerned, e.g.:
(a)
Breaches of Import and Export Control
Orders.
(b) Serious breaches of Foreign Exchange
Regulation Act.
(c) Passport frauds.
(d) Cases under the Official Secrets Act
pertaining to the affairs of the
Central Government.
(e) Cases of certain specified categories
under the Defence of India Act
or Rules with which the Central
Government is particularly concerned.
Serious cases of cheating or fraud relating
to the Railways, or Posts & Telegraphs
Department, particularly those involving
professional criminals operating in several
States.

Crime on the High Seas.
Crime on the Airlines.
Important and serious cases in Union
Territories, particularly those by
professional criminals.
Serious cases of fraud, cheating and
embezzlement relating to Public Joint
Stock Companies.
Other cases of a serious nature, when
committed by organised gangs or
professional criminals, or cases having
ramifications in several States, including
Union Territories, serious cases of spurious
drugs, important cases of kidnapping of
children by professional interstate gangs,
etc. These cases will be taken up only at
the request of or with the concurrence of
the State Governments/Union Territories
Administrations concerned.
Prosecution of cases investigated by this
Division.
1.7 CBI was further strengthened by
addition of an Economic Offences Wing
by a Government of India Resolution dated
February 2, 1964. At this time, CBI had
two Investigation Wings; one called the
General Offences Wing, which dealt with
cases of bribery and corruption involving
employees of Central Government/PSUs
and the other Economic Offences Wing,
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which dealt with cases of violation of fiscal
laws.
1992 to investigate cases related to Banking
Frauds & Securities Scams.
1.8 In September 1964, a Food Offences
Wing was formed to collect intelligence
regarding hoarding, black marketing,
smuggling and profiteering in foodgrains
and take up such cases having interstate
ramifications in view of the situation
prevailing at that time. It was merged in
the Economic Offences Wing in 1968.
1.11 Even after the establishment of Special
Crimes Division, Special Cells were created
to take up investigation in important &
sensational cases of conventional nature,
e.g. Special Investigation Team (SIT) was
constituted in 1991 to investigate case relating
to the assassination of Shri Rajiv Gandhi,
Special Investigation Cell-IV was created
in 1992 to investigate cases relating to the
demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya and
Special Task Force was created in 1993 to
take up investigation relating to bomb blast
in Bombay.
1.9 Over a period of time, some of the
work originally allotted to the CBI was
transferred to other organisations. Part
of the work relating to Crime Records
and Statistics Division was transferred to
National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB)
and that relating to Research Division was
transferred to Bureau of Police Research
&Development (BPR&D).
1.10 With the passage of time, requests
were made by various quarters for CBI to
take up investigation even in conventional
crimes like assassinations, kidnappings,
hijackings, crimes committed by extremists,
violation of Official Secrets Act, large scale
Banks and Insurance Frauds, etc. and others
complicated cases like Bhagalpur Blinding,
Bhopal Gas Tragedy, etc. Since early 1980’s,
Constitutional Courts also started referring
cases to CBI for enquiry/investigation on
the basis of petitions filed by the aggrieved
persons in cases of murders, dowry deaths,
rape, etc. In view of these developments, it
was decided in 1987 to have two Investigation
Divisions in CBI, namely, Anti-Corruption
Division and Special Crimes Division, the
latter dealing with cases of conventional
crimes as well as economic offences. Banking
Frauds and Securities Cell was created in
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1.12 Due to increased workload relating to
Securities Scam cases and rise in economic
offences with the liberalisation of Indian
economy, a separate Economic Offences Wing
was established in 1994. Accordingly, three
Investigation Divisions were created in CBI:
(a) Anti Corruption Division – To deal
with cases of corruption and fraud
committed by public servants of all
Central Government Departments,
Central Public Sector Undertakings
and Central Financial Institutions.
(b) Economic Crimes Division–To deal
with bank frauds, financial frauds,
Import Export & Foreign Exchange
Violations, large-scale smuggling of
narcotics, antiques, cultural property
and smuggling of other contraband
items, etc.
(c) Special Crimes Division – To deal
with cases of terrorism, bomb blasts,
sensational homicides, kidnapping
for ransom and crimes committed
by the mafia/underworld.
1.13 Pursuant to the direction of Hon’ble
Supreme Court in Vineet Narain and Others
v. Union of India, the then Legal Division
was reconstituted as the Directorate of
Prosecution in July 2001.
1.14 CBI of today continues to derive
its power to investigate from DSPE Act,
1946. Section 2 of the Act vests DSPE with
jurisdiction to investigate offences notified
under section 3 of the Act in the Union
Territories only. However, the jurisdiction
of the DSPE Act can be extended by the
Central Government to other areas, including
Railway areas and States under Section 5(1)
of the Act, provided a State Government
accords consent under Section 6 of the
Act. The Executive Officers of CBI of the
rank of Sub-Inspector and above exercise
all powers of a Station Officer-in-charge
of the Police Station for the concerned
area for the purpose of investigation. As
per Section 3 of the Act, Special Police
Establishment is authorised to investigate
only those cases, which are notified by the
Central Government from time to time.
1.15 Over the years, the Central Bureau
of Investigation has emerged as a Premier
Investigating Agency of the country, which
enjoys the trust of the people, Parliament,
Judiciary and the Government. In the
last 73 years, the organisation has evolved
from an Anti-Corruption Agency to a
Multifaceted, Multi-Disciplinary Central
Police – Law Enforcement Agency with
capability, credibility and legal mandate to
investigate and prosecute offences anywhere
in India. As on date, offences under existing
83 Central Acts, 22 State Acts and 253
offences under the Indian Penal Code have
been notified by the Central Government
under Section 3 of the DSPE Act.
1.16 With enactment of CVC Act, 2003,
the superintendence of Delhi Special
Police Establishment vests with the Central
Government save investigations of offences
under the Prevention of Corruption Act,
1988, in which, the superintendence vests
with the Central Vigilance Commission.
Director, CBI as Inspector-General of
Police, Delhi Special Police Establishment,
is responsible for the administration of
the organisation. Director; CBI has been
provided security of two year tenure in
CBI by the CVC Act, 2003. The CVC
Act also provides mechanism for selection
of Director, CBI and other Officers of the
rank of SP and above in CBI.
1.17 The Parliament has passed Lokpal
and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 (Act No. 1 of
year 2014) and amended the Delhi Special
Police Establishment Act, 1946 to provide
for selection of Director, CBI on the
recommendation of a Committee consisting
of the Prime Minister - Chairperson, the
Leader of Opposition recognized as such
in the House of the People or where there
is no such Leader of Opposition, then, the
Leader of the single largest Opposition party
in that House – Member and the Chief
Justice of India or Judge of the Supreme
Court nominated by him - Member.
1.18 In order to improve the organisational
efficiency, the organization was restructured
with effect from 1.1.2009. A new zone
namely “Technical Forensic & Coordination
Zone” (TFC) headed by IG / DIG was
created at CBI Head Quarters, New Delhi
with effect from 14th January, 2010. This
zone is not only responsible for Technological
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upgradation of CBI including functioning of
Technological and Forensic Support Units
(TAFSU) but also strengthening inter-branch,
inter-state and international cooperation and
coordination. The CBI has 16 investigative
Zones and 60 investigative Branches under
these Zones, besides three support Divisions/
Zone viz. Policy, Administration and TFC. It
has been ensured that each State is covered
by at least one Branch / Unit of CBI.
1.19 A Sports Integrity Unit has been
established in CBI in year 2014 having all
India jurisdiction for investigation/enquiry
of matters concerning corruption in sports
including sports bodies, match fixing, doping,
illegal betting and any other offences related
to sports by individual sportsmen or/their
agents or /and the role of organized crime
syndicates.
Oath taking ceremony on Anti-Terrorism Day celebrated
at CBI HQ on 21st May, 2014
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CHAPTER-2
INVESTIGATION & ENQUIRIES
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CHAPTER-2
INVESTIGATION & ENQUIRIES
2.1 During 2014, 1174 Regular Cases /
Preliminary Enquiries were registered. 32 of
these were taken up on the requests of States
Governments / Union Territories and 175 on
the directions of the Constitutional Courts.
814 Regular Cases and 280 Preliminary
Enquiries were finalised during the year.
At the end of year, 1004 cases / enquiries
were pending investigation / enquiry. During
the year, charge-sheets were filed in 632
cases and judgements were received in 1006
court cases. The conviction rate for 2014
was 69.02%. There were as many as 9243
cases (court cases) pending in various Courts
at the end of year.
2.2REGISTRATION
2.2.1 The 1174 cases registered during 2014 comprised of 871 Regular Cases (RCs) and
303 Preliminary Enquiries (PEs). Out of these, 213 cases were registered for demand
of bribe by public servants for showing official favours and 43 cases were registered for
possession of assets disproportionate to known sources of income. The comparative
figures of registration of cases /enquiries during the last three years and break-up of
registration in 2014, in the three Investigation Divisions of CBI is depicted in the Bar
Chart below:
2.2.2 Some important cases registered
during 2014 were:
ANTI-CORRUPTION DIVISION
2.2.2(a) TRAP CASES
Against a Commissioner and a
Superintendent of Central Excise,
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for demanding and accepting bribe
of Rs. 50 Lacs and Rs. 25 Lacs
respectively for giving undue benefit
to a private person in a tax evasion
enquiry.
[RC0102014A0009]
Against an Assistant Commissioner
of Income Tax and Private Person
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs.10 Lacs for closing a pending
assessment matter.
[RC0082014A0005]
Against a Drug Controller of Central
Drugs Laboratory for demanding
a bribe of Rs.1 Lac and accepting
Rs.50,000/- for renewal of licence
of a Blood Bank.
[RC0352014A0003]
Against an Executive Engineer of
Central Public Works Department
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 8,000/- for clearing pending
bills.
[RC0332014A0001]
Against an Area Enforcement Officer
of Employees Provident Fund
Organisation for demanding a bribe
of Rs.15 Lacs and accepting Rs.13
Lacs for issuing No Dues Certificate.
[RC0262014A0003]
Against an Assistant Garrison Engineer
and two Junior Engineers of Military
Engineering Services for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs. 10,000/for passing pending bills.
[RC0282014A0001]
Against a Project Officer and a Sales
Manager of Central Coalfields Ltd.
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 20,000/- for providing slurry
stock from Swang Washery.
[RC0252014A0003]
CASE AGAINST CMD OF
SYNDICATE BANK
A case has been registered against CMD of
Syndicate Bank, Vice Chairman and Managing
Director of a private firm and others on
01.08.2014 on the allegations that the CMD
was indulging in corrupt practices and extending
undue favours to private companies/corporate
groups by sanctioning loans in lieu of illegal
gratification. The illegal gratification was being
received by him through his close relatives via
illegal channels. The private firm had defaulted
on payments of installment of Rs.100 crores,
a loan sanctioned by Syndicate Bank and its
account with the bank was likely to be declared
as NPA. In this regard, CMD had directed MD
of the private firm to pay Rs.50 lakhs through
his relatives.
Pursuant to registration of FIR, a trap
was laid and relatives of CMD of Syndicate
Bank were intercepted on 01.08.2014 at Bhopal
and the illegal gratification of Rs. 50 lacs was
recovered from them. This illegal gratification
was offered by accused Vice Chairman and
Managing Director of the private firm for release
of credit facilities from Syndicate Bank to save
the loan account of his company from being
declared NPA. CMD, Syndicate Bank, alongwith
other accused persons was arrested. Case is
under investigation.

Against an Executive Engineer of
Calcutta Port Trust for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs.10,000/for processing pending bills.
[RC0102014A0001]
Against a Superintendent of Department
of Post for demanding and accepting a
bribe of Rs.10,000/- for appointment
on compensenate grounds.
[RC0062014A0006]
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Against a Superintending Archeologist
of Archeological Survey of India for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 10,000/- for releasing security
deposit.
[RC0272014A0002]
Against an Income Tax Officer for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 15,000/- for processing Income
Tax refund.
[RC0152014A0003]
Against a Branch Manager of State
Bank of Patiala for demanding and
accepting a bribe of Rs.1 Lac for
releasing papers of parental land.
[RC0052014A0002]
Against an Appraiser of Department
of Customs for demanding and
accepting a bribe of Rs.60,000/- for
clearing consignment for import.
[RC0262014A0005]
Against a General Manager of Food
Corporation of India for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs. 5 Lacs
for passing pending bills.
[RC0082014A0004]
of Rs. 10 Lacs for favourable order
to a private firm.
[RC2182014A0001]
Against a Branch Manager of Bank of
India for demanding and accepting a
bribe of Rs. 85,000/- for sanctioning
a loan.
[RC0232014A0003]
Against a Deputy Manager of National
Thermal Power Corporation for
demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs.50,000/- for showing official
favour in processing pending bills.
[RC0352014A0006]
Against an Assistant Commissioner of
Income Tax, Mumbai for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs.1 Lac
for giving favorable assessment order
to a firm.
[RC0262014A0008]
Against a Sub-Inspector of CBI
for demanding a bribe of Rs. 10
Lacs and accepting Rs. 5 Lacs for
himself and his colleague for giving
a favourable report and closing the
matter.
[RC0292014A0003]
Against two Assistant Commissioners
of Income Tax and private person
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs.10 Lacs for reducing Income
Tax penalty.
[RC0332014A0005]
Against a Branch Manager of Punjab
National Bank for demanding and
accepting bribe of Rs. 1.5 Lacs for
sanctioning a loan of Rs. 10 Lacs
under PMEGS Scheme.
[RC0232014A0006]
Against a Branch Officer of Ministry
of Finance and other private persons
for demanding and accepting a bribe
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Against a Principal of Kendriya
Vidyalaya Sangathan for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs. 20,000/for handing over salary cheque for
the month of February, 2014.
[RC0262014A0013]
Against an Assistant Divisional
Engineer of Department of Railways
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 27,000/- for clearing pending
bill.
[RC1202014A0005]
Against a Garrison Engineer of
Military Engineering Services for
demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 30,000/- for clearing pending
bills.
RC0052014A0006]
Against a Senior General Manager
of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 3 Lacs for reducing the penalty
imposed on him.
[C0052014A0007]
Against the Garrison Engineer and a
Junior Engineer of Department of
Defence for demanding and accepting
a bribe of Rs. 1.42 Lacs for allocating
repair work contract.
[RC0232014A0011]
Against a Joint Commissioner and an
Income Tax Officer for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs. 30,000/for avoiding penalty and additional
tax liability.
[RC0102014A0017]
Against private persons for offering
bribe of Rs. 2 Lacs to a Councillor of
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
for not making complaint against
illegal construction.
[RC0032014A0029]
Against a Divisional Manager of New
India Assurance Company Ltd. for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 10,000/- for releasing Insurance
claim.
[RC0062014A0023]
Against a Deputy Commissioner of
Income Tax and private persons for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 3 Lacs for giving a favorable
assessment in the scrutiny of an
account.
[RC0692014A0027]
Against a Deputy Director of Weavers
Service Centre, Ministry of Textiles
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs.4,000/- for issuing Weavers
Identity Cards.
[RC0282014A0014]
Against an Assistant Sub-Inspector of
Railway Protection Force, Panipat
for demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs.10,000/- for not harassing.
[RC0052014A0008]
Against a Sub-Divisional Officer
(Horticulture) of UT Chandigarh for
demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 5,000/- for clearing pending
bills.
[RC0052014A0011]
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Against the Registrar of Companies
of Department of Commerce and
other private persons for demanding
and accepting a bribe of Rs. 10 Lacs
for rendering official favour.
[RC0322014A0037]
Against a Deputy General Manager of
State Bank of India for demanding
a bribe of Rs. 1 Crore and accepting
Rs. 12 Lacs as first installment in the
form of gold biscuits for rendering
undue favour.
[RC0292014A0011]
Against the Chief Executive Officer of
Central Board of Film Certification
and other private person for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 70,000/- for issuing Censor Board
Certificate for release of a regional
language film of Chhattisgarh.
[RC0262014A0020
Against a Commandant of Railway
Protection Special Force (RPSF) for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 10,000/- from two complainants
for passing favourable orders relating
to payment of pending arrears etc.
[RC0252014A0011]
Against a Senior Manager of Bharat
Petroleum Corporation Ltd. for
demanding and accepting a bribe
of Rs. 1 Lac for clearing pending
bills.
[RC0262014A0025]
Against a Director (Traffic) of
De par tment of Railways for
demanding and accepting a bribe
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of Rs. 5 Lacs for rendering undue
favour to a firm.
[RC2182014A0011]
Against a Deputy Commissioner and
two Inspectors of Income Tax for
demanding and accepting a bribe of
Rs. 25 Lacs for extending official favour.
[RC0352014A0019]
Against an Inspector of Delhi Police
for demanding and accepting bribe of
Rs.1 Lac for not taking legal action.
[RC0032014A0038]
Against a Sub Inspector of Delhi Police
for demanding and accepting bribe
of Rs.50,000/- for not implicating
a person in the FIR.
[RC0032014A0039]
Against an Executive Engineer
of C.P.W.D. for demanding and
accepting bribe of Rs. 26,000/- for
processing outstanding bills.
[RC1242014A0008]
2.2.2(b) DISPROPORTIONATE ASSETS
CASES
Against a Deputy Director and
a Plant Physiologist of Central
Coffee Research Institute, Ministry
of Commerce and Industry for
possession of disproportionate assets
of Rs. 2.82 Crores.
[RC0372014A0004]
Against a Deputy Commissioner of
Department of Custom for possession
of disproportionate assets of Rs. 1.73
Crores.
[RC1202014A0001]
Against the Chief Managing Director
of Department of Heavy Industry
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs.99.85 Lacs.
[RC0302014A0006]
Against the then Vice-Chancellor of Dr.
Harishankar Gaur Central University
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs.2.35 Crores.
[RC0092014A0008]
Against an Executive Director
of Air India for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs.1.98
Crores.
Corporation of Delhi for possession
of disproportionate assets of Rs. 1.21
Crores.
[RC0032014A0004]
Against an Additional Commissioner
of Income Tax for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs. 64
Lacs.
[RC0292014A0002]
Against a Deputy Managing Director of
Industrial Development Bank of India
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs. 3.41 Crores.
[RC0262014A0033]
[RC0262014A0006]
Against a Junior Engineer of Municipal
Corporation of Delhi for possession
of disproportionate assets of Rs. 63
Lacs.
Against the Chief Managing Director
(Retd.) of State Trading Corporation
of India Ltd. for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs. 2.32
Crores.
[RC2162014A0001]
Against a Major General of Department
of Defence for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs. 74
Lacs.
[RC0042014A0001]
Against an Income Tax Officer for
possession of disproportionate assets
of Rs. 45 Lacs.
[RC0292014A0001]
Against a Land Acquisition Officer
of Gas Authority of India Limited
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs.5 Crores.
[RC0072014A0003]
Against a Beldar of Municipal
[RC0032014A0014]
Against a Junior Specialist (Forensic
Medicine), Subji Mandi Mortuary,
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs. 3.08 Crores.
[RC0032014A0015]
Against a Joint Secretary of Medical
Council of India for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs 28.65
Lacs.
[RC2182014A0009]
Against the Joint Director General
of Foreign Trade and others for
possession of disproportionate assets
of Rs. 1.08 Crores.
[RC0322014A0036]
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Against a Superintendent of
Central Excise for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs. 39.42
Lacs.
Against an Assistant Commissioner
of Income Tax for possession of
disproportionate assets of Rs.42.36
Lacs.
[RC0032014A0037]
[RC0332014A0016]
Against a Divisional Manager of
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan for
possession of disproportionate assets
of Rs. 2.70 Crores.
[RC0262014A0024]
Against an Assistant Commissioner
of Income Tax and private person
for possession of disproportionate
assets of Rs. 1.86 Crores.
[RC0282014A0016]
Against the Director (Audit) of the
office of Director General of Audit
(General Expenditure) for possessing
disproportionate assets of Rs. 1.68
Crores in criminal conspiracy with
the Medical Officer of Community
Health Centre of Kancheepuram
District.
[RC0322014A0042]
Against In-charge, Architecture & Town
Planning, Trans Ganga Industrial
Area, Kanpur (UP) for possession
of disproportionate assets of Rs.
28.72 Lacs.
[RC2182014A0012]
Against the then Branch Manager of
Punjab National Bank for possession
of disproportionate assets of Rs.
25.06 Lacs.
[RC0232014A0023]
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2.2.2(c) OTHER CORRUPTION CASES
Against the then Vice Chancellor of Dr.
Harishankar Gaur Central University,
Sagar (M.P.) and other members of
the selection committee/ screening
committee for committing criminal
misconduct by selecting non-eligible
candidates in the ranks of Professors,
Associate Professors and Assistant
Professors in various Departments
of the University.
[RC0092014A0004 to 7]
Against unknown persons regarding
transaction of Rs. 200 Crores, role of
a political person in M/s Kalaignar
TV Pvt. Ltd., alleged manipulation
of certain records of M/s Kalaignar
TV Pvt. Ltd. etc. in 2G spectrum
case i.e. RC 45(A/2009-ACB Delhi.
[PE0032014A0028]
Against a Chief Manager and 02 Senior
Managers of Syndicate Bank and
other private persons for sanctioning
various credit facilities on the basis
of forged and fabricated documents
thereby causing wrongful loss of Rs.
10.97 Crores to the Bank.
[RC0352014A0002]
05 Cases against Executive Engineers
and Junior Engineers of Delhi Jal
Board and other private persons for
causing wrongful loss to Delhi Jal
Board in the purchase of spare parts.
[RC0592014A0005 to
RC0592014A0009]
SANJEEVANI BUILDCON SCAM CASES
In pursuance to the request of Government of
Jharkhand and order of Hon’ble High Court of
Jharkhand at Ranchi, CBI took over the investigation
of 33 cases registered by local police against M/s
Sanjeevani Buildcon Private Limited and its employees.
It was alleged that M/s Sanjeevani Housing
Company/ Sanjeevani Buildcon Pvt Ltd purchased
land in and around Ranchi through brokers with a
promise to develop plots into a planned colony with
amenities and hence convinced buyers to purchase
plots. However, in the registration deeds, only the area
in sq. ft. was mentioned and exact location of land
being sold was not mentioned. The company connived
with the then District Sub-Registrar, Ranchi and
sold more land than purchased by them at different
locations. In some locations, land mutation of more
land than available was done by Officers/officials of
Circle Offices. The purchasers did not get possession
of land purchased by them as the company did not
develop land as promised. Some of the land sold
by the company was not genuine as the same were
covered under Chotanagpur Tenancy Act. As the
litigation surfaced, the Directors of the company
absconded. While five Directors of the company were
arrested during investigation, two directors are still
absconding.
Out of the 33 cases, investigation in 26 cases has
been finalized. Directors, District Sub-Registrar, Circle
officer/officials and few colonizers have been chargesheeted in cases. Seven cases are under investigation.
04 cases against the then Chief Medical
Officers, Department of Family
Welfare, Central Government Health
Scheme, Jaunpur, UP and private
persons for committing irregularities
in the execution and implementation
of NRHM scheme.
[RC0592014A0001 to
RC0592014A0004]
Against a Director (Investigation) of
Income Tax, Kanpur and a private
person on the basis of recovery of
6 Gold Biscuits from the residence
of said Director of Income Tax.
[RC2172014A0001]
Against a Brigadier of Department of
Defence and other unknown Officials
/ Employees of a private firm in
purchase of 197 Reconnaissance and
Surveillance Helicopters by Ministry
of Defence for attempting to swing
the deal in favour of the said private
firm and for demanding money for
ensuring a favourable trial.
[RC2172014A0002]
Against a Deputy Director General
of Geological Survey of India and
others for dishonestly processing false
indents/bills for emergency purchase
of Aircraft Spares and miscellaneous
charges for the GSI Aircraft Twin
Otter VT-ELX and for sanctioning
Rs.1.93 Crores and diverting the
same for personal gain.
[PE0372014A0001]
Against an Assistant General Manager
(P&A), other officials of Bokaro Steel
Plant and private persons for adopting
fraudulent recruitment process to fill
up bogus/fake vacancies for the post
of Assistants and Attendants in Steel
Processing Unit (SPU) at Bettiah,
Bihar.
[RC0252014A0002]
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Against two Sub-Divisional Engineers
of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
and others under the jurisdiction
of SDE, BSNL, Anpara, Distt.
Sonebhadra for dishonestly &
fraudulently misappropriating diesel
of Rs. 1.07 Crores (approx) thereby
causing wrongful loss to BSNL and
corresponding wrongful gain to
themselves.
[RC0062014A0002]
Against a Lt. Colonel and 7 others
of Department of Defence for
committing large scale irregularities
in recruitment of candidates to
various posts under Group “C” &
“D” category in Indian Military
Academy, Dehradun.
Against private persons and unknown
officials of Medical Council of
India for obtaining false permanent
registration certificates, purportedly
shown to have been issued by
Medical Council of India, on the
basis of false documents and false
entries made in the Registration
Section of MCI.
[RC0032014A0002]
Against an Executive Engineer of New
Delhi Municipal Corporation and
other private persons for awarding
the work arbitrarily and illegally in
favour of private accused firm in
violation of terms and conditions
of the tender documents.
[RC0032014A0009]
[RC0072014A0001]
Against private persons for entering into
criminal conspiracy with unknown
public servants and obtaining illegal
gratification from the candidates in
lieu of providing question and answer
papers for the written examination
for the post of General Duty Soldiers
in Indian Army.
[RC0282014A0003]
Against the Chairman, a General
Manager and 02 Managers of
Department of Banking and other
private persons for sanctioning loan
of Rs. 20 Crores in favour of the
private accused person in violation
of the banking norms and procedures
thereby causing wrongful loss to
the Department and corresponding
wrongful gain to the accused persons.
[RC0152014A0004]
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Against a Senior Divisional Manager
and a Deputy General Manager of
United India Insurance Company
Ltd. and other private persons for
entering into a criminal conspiracy
and causing a wrongful loss of Rs.
3.39 Crores to the Govt. exchequer.
[RC0032014A0010]
Against the Additional Secretary of
Medical Council of India (MCI)
for committing gross misconduct by
favouring a private Medical College
by granting permission for PG seats
in violation of MCI Rules.
[PE2182014A0003]
Against 02 Lt. Generals of the
Department of Defence and other
private persons for committing
gross misconduct in the matter
of regularization of the illegal
construction, carried out by the
Chairman of a private firm on
a piece of land belonging to the
Ministry of Defence at Pune during
the period 2005-2008.
[PE122214A0002]
Against the then Station Manager
of Chakradharpur Division, South
Eastern Railway and other unknown
public servants and private persons
for diverting huge quantity of
Iron Ore for purpose other than
domestic consumption on the basis
of submission of false declaration.
[RC0102014A0011]
Against a former Director, Professor &
Head of Department of Radiotherapy
and other officials of Regional
Institute of Medical Science (RIMS),
Imphal for committing criminal
misconduct in purchase of Tele
Cobalt Machines and Dental Chairs
at inflated rates thereby causing
wrongful loss of Rs. 1.50 Crores
to the RIMS.
Against a Commissioner, an Additional
Commissioner of Income Tax and
other private persons for facilitating
sale & transfer of shares of a
private company in favour of private
persons at a very meager amount
and thereby causing gain to the
private persons and corresponding
wrongful loss to the Department
of Income Tax.
[PE0292014A0003]
Against the Branch Manager of Indian
Overseas Bank and 15 private persons
for cheating the Bank by preparing
and using forged documents as
genuine and thereby causing wrongful
loss of Rs. 2.60 Crores to the bank
and corresponding wrongful gain to
themselves.
[RC0292014A0005]
[RC0212014A0005 &
06 cases against former and present
Members of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
and others for claiming full payment
on companion air tickets from Rajya
Sabha Secretariat by using fake
companion e-tickets for travelling
by the flights of Air India.
RC0212014A0006].
[RC2182014A0008]to
Against an Assistant General Manager
of Indian Overseas Bank and other
private persons for sanctioning /
enhancing cash credit limits in
favour of the private firms from Rs.
5.25 Crores to Rs. 6.46 Crores against
stock/book debts without complying
with the terms and conditions issued
by Regional office.
[RC0032014A0016]
[RC2182014A0003]
Against unknown public servants of
South Eastern Railway, Midnapore
Division and Central Excise and
office bearers of a private firm for
evading freight payable to Railway
by showing excess use of Iron Ore
for domestic purpose over actually
used, during the financial year 201112, thereby causing wrongful loss
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of Rs.37.09 Crores (approx.) to the
South Eastern Railway.
[RC0102014A0015]
Against Director of a private limited
company, unknown CBI officials
and person for entering into a
criminal conspiracy and leaking some
confidential documents from the CBI
office of Bank Security and Fraud
Cell, Mumbai which were found in
possession of the office bearers of
the private limited company.
[RC0262014A0015]
Against the then Chief Medical
Officer, the then ACMO of Central
Government Health Scheme and
other private persons for purchasing
/ supplying various medicines at
exorbitant rates in violation of
existing rules and regulations thereby
causing wrongful loss to the tune of
Rs. 17.81 Lacs to the Government.
[RC0592014A0016]
06 cases against the officials of
Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and other
private persons for entering into
a criminal conspiracy with private
firms/persons and cheating the
DJB by facilitating in the matter
of supply of Materials as well as
renovation of STPs installed in
SDW-V of DJB. [RC0032014A0023
TO RC0032014A0028]
Against a Divisional Manager of
New India Assurance Company
Ltd. and other unknown persons for
settling Third Party (TP) claims by
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violating the norms and procedure
thereby causing wrongful loss to
the department and corresponding
wrongful gain to themselves. [RC0372014A0013]
Against the then Commissioner, Joint
Commissioner and 02 Assistant
Commissioners of Customs, Mumbai
and other private persons for causing
wrongful gain of Rs. 69.89 Crores
to the private accused persons and
corresponding wrongful loss to the
Government of India.
[RC0262014A0018]
Against the Executive Director and
other officers of Department of
Railways for cheating Indian Railway
by supply of sub-standard signaling
cable to Ratlam Division of western
Railway and Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd.
at Agra.
[RC0062014A0026]
Against former Directors of National
Centre for Antarctic & Ocean
Research, Ministry Of Ocean
Development and others relating to
illegal recruitment of Scientists in
(NCAOR), Goa without following
proper procedure during the period
2002 to 2013.
[RC0272014A0006]
Against the Executive Director
and other officers of Department
of Railways and other private
persons for entering into a criminal
conspiracy to cheat Indian Railway
and pursuance thereof supplying sub-
standard medium phosphorus brake
blocks at exorbitant rates to different
Zonal Railways, thereby causing huge
loss to the Government.
[RC0062014A0024]
Against the Director and an Additional
Director of the Directorate Of Health
Services and others for entering
into rate contract with DHS/CPA,
on the basis of fake and forged
documents such as Manufacturing
and Marketing certificate, Financial
Turnover certificate, etc. for supply of
Vacutainers (blood collection tube).
[RC0032014A0036]
Against an Additional Secretary and
a Deputy Secretary of Medical
Council of India and other private
persons for unauthorized dealing
and processing of old/pending
applications of a private Medical
College of Thiruvanathapuram
District seeking PG seats and
conveying approval in the form of
Letter of Permission after the last
date.
[RC2182014A0010]
Against Joint Director General of
the Directorate General of Civil
Aviation and a Dy. General Manager
of Airport Authority of India and
other private persons for facilitating
a private aviation firm in getting
the NOC, approval and further
extensions despite not meeting the
required guidelines and requirements
of Civil Aviation.
[RC2162014A0006]
Against the then Assistant General
Manager of Shipping Corporation of
India Ltd. (SCI) and other private
persons for entering into a criminal
conspiracy and cheating the SCI
during the year 2006-2010 by creating
false documents in the nature of air
tickets and providing the same to
the employees of SCI Limited for
claiming LTC benefits.
[RC0262014A0028]
Against 03 General Managers and an
Assistant General Manager of Food
Corporation of India and other private
persons for rendering undue favour
to a private firm in hiring of CAP’s
(Cover and Plinth) at various centres in
Rajasthan thereby causing wrongful loss
of Rs.25.52 Lacs to the Government
exchequer and corresponding wrongful
gain to themselves.
[RC0312014A0009]
Against the then Branch Manager,
Manager, Head Cashier and Officer
of Punjab National Bank and other
private persons for opening fake Loan
Accounts and Saving Bank Accounts
on the basis of forged documents in
the name of fictitious person and
thereby misappropriating an amount
of Rs. 1.36 Crores.
[RC0152014A0014]
Against unknown officials of
Department of Environment Forests
& Wildlife, Ministry of Environment
& Forest, unknown officials of a
private Steel and Power Company
and other private persons arbitrary,
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ignoring the mandatory provisions
while granting the approval to the
private company for diversion of
forest land of 512.43 hectares for
mining in prohibited and restricted
area.
Against a private web-site to enquire
into allegations of illegally selling
of Jain Idol of Lord Thirthankar
Parsavanatha of 11th century though
online Auction.
[PE2202014E0001]
[PE2172014A0009]
Against unknown officials of Shipping
Corporation of India and others, on
the allegations of exercising personal
influence by a middleman at the
instance of a private firm with
officials of Shipping Corporation of
India to ensure award of contract
for supply of six ships in favour of
a Ship Building firm of Korea in
lieu of commission.
[PE2172014A0004]
2.2.2(d) ECONOMIC OFFENCES DIVISION
02 cases against private persons in the
matter of malpractices in allocation
of coal blocks between 1993 and
2004.
[RC2212014E0001&2]
Against Directors of a private firm
and private persons for entering into
a criminal conspiracy and cheating
the Punjab National Bank of Rs.
134.06 Crores.
[RC0742014E0001]
Against Directors of a private firm
and other unknown persons for
entering into a criminal conspiracy
and cheating the Punjab National
Bank of Rs. 29.79 Crores.
[RC0742014E0003]
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CHIT FUND SCAM
In compliance to the order of Hon’ble Supreme
Court of India dated 09.05.2014, CBI has formed
a Special Investigating Team (SIT) to investigate the
larger conspiracy, money trail and role played by
Regulatory Agencies in the Chit Fund related cases
being investigated by West Bengal and Odisha State
Police authorities. The SIT of CBI has registered
13 Chit Fund cases related to West Bengal and 44
cases pertaining to Odisha. 5 cases of Tripura and 3
cases of Assam were referred to the CBI by respective
State Governments.
It has been alleged that certain companies like M/s
Sardha, with a false promise of very high returns
ranging between 12 to 40%, collected deposits through
various schemes like Recurring Deposits, Monthly
Income Schemes, and Fixed Deposits etc. in the garb
of providing various products or services. These
companies appointed a huge number of agents to
reach out to the common man. Agents were often
added in the form of a structured tree in which
one agent brought an investment and commission
was spread over all the linked agents. Agents also
misappropriated deposits in some cases and did not
deposit the money collected from the public in the
accounts of the companies concerned. Furthermore,
while doing so, the details of the investors were not
collected and their identity and address proof were
not verified indicating that the companies and their
Management were not interested in confirming the
identity of the investors and returning their deposits.
At the end of year 2014, out of 65 under investigation
cases, in 4 cases Charge sheets have been filed in the
competent courts keeping further investigation open
u/s.173(8) and investigation of remaining cases is
continuing.
Against private persons for possession
and circulation of Fake Indian
Currency Notes to the face value
of Rs. 3.25 Lacs.
[RC2202014E0002]
Against private persons for criminal
conspiracy and availing credit
facilities from Indian Overseas Bank,
Fort Branch, Mumbai by way of
forgery and cheating of Rs.11.61
Crores to the Bank.
[RC0682014E0001]
Against Directors of a firm for criminal
conspiracy and thereby cheating the
Punjab National Bank to tune of
Rs. 1658.08 Crores in the matter of
availing fund based and non-fund
based limits.
[RC0772014E0004]
02 cases against private persons
and unknown public servants for
perpetrating fraud on UCO Bank,
Kolkata and thereby causing wrongful
loss of Rs. 101.37 Crores and Rs.
126.63 Crores to the Bank, respectively.
[RC2152014E0003 &
RC2152014E0004]
11 Preliminary Enquires against
unknown public servants of East
Coast Railway and other Government
Departments for misusing
concessional freight rates scheme
available for domestic production of
‘Iron & Steel’ and thereby, causing
wrongful loss to the East Coast
Railway by paying lower freight.
[PE0732014E0002 TO PE0732014E0012]
Against the Directors / Promoters
of a private firm for cheating
and defrauding the Banks by misappropriating the loan amount and
diverting the same for unauthorized
purposes thereby causing wrongful
loss of Rs. 26.48 Crores.
[RC2212014E0012]
 Against private persons and unknown
officials of MMTC for acts of
cheating and misappropriating of
Rs.222.49 Crores.
[RC0772014E0005]
Against the then CMD, Executive
Director, 02 former General
Managers, Director and Deputy
General Manager of Industrial
Development Bank of India and
other private persons/firms for
colluding with the Promoters/
Directors of the private firms and
sanctioning credit limit of Rs.900
Crores by violating the banking
norms and thereby causing wrongful
loss to the Bank.
[PE0772014E0002]
Against a Chief Manager of Dena
Bank and private persons for criminal
conspiracy and in pursuance thereof
committing fraud on the Bank causing
a wrongful loss of Rs. 220 Crores.
[RC0772014E0006]
Against the Promoters / Directors of
a private firm and members of 35th
Screening Committee and unknown
public servants of Ministry of Coal
for criminal conspiracy and allocation
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of Fatehpur East Coal Block on the
basis of misrepresentation of facts
regarding its net worth, previous
allocation etc.
[RC2192014E0012]
HUMAN TRAFFICKING RACKET
BUSTED
On the basis of inputs of trafficking of large
number of girls from neighbouring country to Dubai
by a flight of Indian Airlines from Delhi Airport, a
joint surprise check was conducted in the departure
area of IGI Airport, New Delhi in coordination with
different enforcement agencies. 76 girls of neighbouring
country of 20-30 years of age were found travelling
to Nairobi through Dubai on AI flight No.995 for
tourism purpose. They were carrying return tickets
from Nairobi as well as details of hotel reservation
in Nairobi and did not reveal any visa for entering
Dubai.
An enquiry by CBI has disclosed that within short
span of time, nearly 200 women from a neighbouring
country had followed the modus of getting tickets
booked for Nairobi via Dubai and once they boarded
the flight from Delhi, their onward journey tickets
from Dubai to Nairobi, return tickets from Nairobi
to Delhi/ Kathmandu and their hotel reservations
at Nairobi were cancelled by the travel agents. This
implied that they did not go to Nairobi as declared
by them at the time of immigration.
Enquiry conducted by the Anti Human Trafficking
Unit, CBI has brought out the exploitation of these
girls and women by organised gangs of traffickers
using systemic loopholes to traffic girls and women
to the Gulf countries via Delhi’s Indira Gandhi
International Airport.
The findings of enquiry have been shared with
the Ministry of External Affairs and the Bureau of
Immigration, Ministry of Home Affairs for taking
necessary action to plug the systemic loopholes observed
during the enquiry and also with the authorities
of the neighbouring country through Interpol for
necessary action.
Against office bearers of a private
company, Members of 35th Screening
Committee and unknown public
servants of Ministry of Coal and
other unknown persons for abusing
their official positions in allocation
of Thesgora-B/Rudrapuri Coal Block
in favour of the private company.
[RC2192014E0014]
Against private persons and unknown
public servants for obtaining Daheghaon
/ Makardhokra IV East Coal Block
on the basis of misrepresentation
of facts. Furthermore, the members
of 36th Screening Committee also
overlooked the claims of some other
eligible companies and thereby showed
undue favour to the accused private
company.
[RC2192014E0022]
Against private persons and members
of 35 th Screening Committee
for allocation of Gourangdih
ABC Coal Block on the basis of
misrepresentation of facts and
extension of undue advantage by
the Members of 35 th Screening
Committee.
[RC2192014E0020]
Against private persons and unknown
public servants for availing credit
facilities from Central Bank of India,
Corporate Finance Branch, Kolkata
on false and forged documents and
diversion of funds for purpose other
than approved thereby cheating and
defrauding the Bank of Rs. 139.05
Crores.
[RC2152014E0007]
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Against unknown public servant and
private persons for obtaining Fatehpur
East Coal Block by illegally claiming
the net worth of other companies
having no equity participation in
the applicant company and thereby
committing criminal misconduct in
violation of existing guideline for
allocation of coal block and showing
undue favour to the accused firm.
[RC2192014E0018]
Against the private persons, officials of
Stock Exchange Board of India(SEBI),
Mumbai and the then Vice-Chairman
of M/s. MCX-SX and Promoter
of M/s. MCX and M/s. FTIL for
obtaining extension of recognition
of MCX-SX to conduct trade in
Currency Derivatives in violation of
by-laws of SEBI. Furthermore, for
non cancellation of recognition of
MCX-SX in the Currency Derivatives,
despite the facts that SEBI had already
rejected request of M/s. MCX-SX for
trading in other segments.
[RC0682014E0009]
Against private persons, unknown
public servants and Directors of
a private firm for cheating Central
Bank of India of Rs. 436.74 Crores
by allowing/availing various credit
facilities from the Bank by violating
existing norms for the same.
[RC0772014E0007]
Against private persons for possession
and circulation of Fake Indian
Currency Notes (FICN) to the face
value of Rs. 4.98 Lacs.
[RC2202014E0012]
Against the Chief Manager, a Senior
Manager and the then Manager of
Punjab National Bank and other
private persons for entering into a
criminal conspiracy and defrauding
the Bank of Rs. 28 Crores on the
basis of fake and forged documents.
[RC0742014E0007]
Against unknown persons, registered
on the orders of the Hon’ble High
Court of Kerala, on the allegations
that the accused criminally
conspired with each other and made
forged documents with a view to
misappropriate property worth Rs.25
Crores owned by the petitioner.
[RC0342014E0003]
Against an official of Kerala Police
and officials of Government of
Kerala and others, registered on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court of
Kerala, for conspiracy with Revenue
Department Officials to cheat 03
persons for the purpose of defeating
the title of the petitioners and to
grab the 12.27 acres of land.
[RC0342014E0004]
Against two Managing Directors /
Promoters of a Delhi based private
company for cheating the general
public.
[RC0742014E0004]
Against Directors of a Mumbai based
private company and others for entering
into a criminal conspiracy and causing
an alleged loss to the tune of Rs. 296
Crores to the UCO Bank.
[RC2152014E0005]
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2.2.2(e) SPECIAL CRIMES DIVISION
Against 03 private persons and 02
police officials of Uttar Pradesh
relating for alleged rape and murder
of two girls at Badaun.
[RC0502014S0003]
Against private persons regarding
murder of Nido Taniya in New
Delhi.
[RC0522014S0001]
Against private persons for intentionally
and fraudulently adopting unfair
means while appearing in the Civil
Service Examination (Main), 2013.
[RC0522014S0002]
Against unknown persons relating to
death of the then Union Minister for
Rural Development in New Delhi.
[RC0522014S0006]
Against unknown persons for illegal
trafficking of women to Dubai and
other Gulf countries.
[PE0482014S0002]
Against private persons for conspiring
with unknown officials of Government
of Puducherry in obtaining passport
from the Consulate General of
France at Pondicherry by acts of
impersonation and forgery, travelling
to France and becoming a citizen
of France thereby cheating the
Government of Puducherry.
[RC0582014S0006]
Against unknown persons, registered
on the orders of Hon’ble Supreme
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Court of India, relating to missing
of Ms.Rajnandini.
[RC0082014S0002]
BADUAUN CASE
This case was registered on the allegations that
two minor girls of village Katra Shahadatganj, PS
Ushait, District Badaun had gone in the out skirts of
village to answer nature’s call at about 20:00 hours on
27.05.2014. The girls were allegedly abducted at gun
point by five accused persons of the same village in
conspiracy with police constable and Head Constable
of Police Chowki Katra Shahadatganj. They were
allegedly gang raped, murdered and hanged on a
mango tree in the out skirts of the village.
The case generated considerable interest at national
and international level.
After meticulous investigation based on more than
200 witnesses and 40 scientific reports from CFSL,
New Delhi, CDFD Hyderabad, Multi Institutional
Medical Board comprising forensic expert from
AIIMS, Maulana Azad Medical College, Safdarjung
Hospital, FSL Gandhinagar, Gujarat and analysis
of more than hundred CDRs, CBI established that
complaints/FIR in this case was false, for which
separate action as per law has been proposed against
the complainants/eye-witnesses. Sequence of events
which ultimately forced the girls to take this extreme
step of suicide were established and a report filed
in the competent court.
Against private persons, registered on
the orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court
of India, relating to murder of Ms.
Riya daughter of Shri Suresh.
[RC0522014S0005]
Against unknown persons, registered on
the orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Karnataka, Bangalore, relating to
the murder of Prameela Gandhi.
[RC0582014S0001]
Against 04 private persons, on the
orders of Hon’ble High Court of
Punjab & Haryana, Chandigarh,
relating to murder of Brij Mohan
S/o Shri Hansraj.
[RC0512014S0001]
Against a Doctor of Government of
Goa, registered on the orders of
Hon’ble High Court of Bombay,
Goa Bench, relating to murder of
Ms. Archana Desai.
[RC0272014S0001]
Against unknown persons, registered
on the orders of Hon’ble High Court
of Madhya Pradesh, Principal Bench
at Jabalpur, relating to murder of a
Journalist and his family members.
[RC0502014S0001]
Against a private person, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Jharkhand at Ranchi, relating to
kidnapping of Shri Vikash Kumar
[RC0232014S0002]
Against unknown persons, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Madras, relating to death of Shri
Thoufik Solthana.
[RC0582014S0003]
Against a Senior Police Inspector and
other police officials of Maharashtra
Police, registered on the orders of
the Hon’ble High Court of Bombay,
relating to custodial death of a
suspect and custodial torture of
various other persons.
[RC0572014S0005]
Against unknown persons, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Calcutta, relating to abortion and
rape of Ms.Suparna at Dulal Sriti
Samsad, Village & P.O. Khajurdaha,
P.S. Gurap, Hooghly Distt., West
Bengal.
[RC0562014S0003]
Against unknown persons, registered
on the orders of the Hon’ble High
Court of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior
Bench, relating to attempt to murder
an Assistant Platoon Commander of
Special Armed Force (SAF) during
discharge of his official duty at the
barrier installed at check post of
RTO Office.
[RC0522014S0003]
Against unknown persons, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Kerala, relating to death of Ms.
Jeesamol P.Devasiahas.
[RC0342014S0005]
Against unknown persons, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Bombay, relating to murder of
Dr. Narendra Dabholkar.
[RC0572014S0004]
Against an Asstt. Police Inspector of
Maharashtra Police, on the orders of
the Hon’ble High Court of Bombay,
relating to death of Shri Julfar @
Rafiq Kamu Shaikh.
[RC0572014S0006]
Against son of a film personality,
registered on the directions of
Hon’ble High Court of Bombay,
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other unknown persons, relating to
death of Shri Kuldeep Mahapatra
S/o Rabindra Mohapatra Resident
of Mushatikiri.
relating to the suspicious death of
Ms. Nafisa Amin Khan @ Jia Khan,
daughter of the Petitioner.
[RC0572014S0007]
Against a private person of Taran
Taran, Punjab, on the orders of
the Hon’ble High Court of Punjab
and Haryana, Chandigarh, relating
to possession of Heroin.
[RC0512014S0008]
[PE0152014S0005]
Against 07 police personnel, on the
orders of the Hon’ble High Court
of Madras, relating to wrongful
confinement and rape of Smt.
Udumalpettai.
[RC0582014S0007]
AGE FRAUD IN SPORTS
A preliminary enquiry has been registered
against private persons and unknown officials of
Table Tennis Federation of India and State Table
Tennis Association and table tennis players competing
in various states and national level in manipulation
of their dates of birth by submitting and getting
accepted manipulated documents relating to their age
proof. This manipulation in date of birth was done
to enable the players to hide their actual age and
compete in lower age categories for getting best results
which could further enable them to get scholarships/
grants from respective State Government/Central
Government.
Enquiry has disclosed that there were
manipulations in dates of birth by players to enable
them to play in lower age categories for getting better
results and earning better ranks to avail scholarships/
grants from State/Central Government. It was further
disclosed that guidelines of Government are not being
adhered to in letter & spirit and age fraud goes
unabated in all popular sports and games. On the
basis of findings of enquiry, CBI has sent report
to (i) Table Tennis Federation of India, (ii) Govt.
of West Bengal, (iii) some Central Govt. PSUs (iv)
Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs and Registrar
of Births & Deaths for taking appropriate action on
the misdemeanours of players and their guardians.
Against In charge of Saheednagar
Police Station, Bhubaneshwar and
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Against 06 private persons relating to
suspicious death of Shri Premakant
Shivaji Jha.
[RC0602014S0001]
Against unknown persons relating to
the murder of a minor boy Vidhu
Jain at Malerkotla.
[RC0512014S0011]
Against unknown persons, relating
to incidents leading to the death
of Shri Manu Mukt Manav (IPS),
Officer Trainee on 28.08.2014 in
Sardar Vallabhai Patel National
Police Academy, Hyderabad.
[PE0522014S0001]
2.3INVESTIGATION
2.3.1During 2014, investigation was
completed in 814 Regular Cases (RCs) and
280 Preliminary Enquiries (PEs). Out of the
814 RCs, Charge-sheets were filed in 632
cases in the Competent Courts. The following
Bar Charts indicate the disposal of cases /
enquiries from investigation during the last
three years and also the Division-wise disposal
from investigation / enquiry in 2014:
2.3.2 A total of 1004 RCs/ PEs were under investigation/ enquiry at the end of the
year 2014 as against 922 RCs/PEs under investigation/ enquiry at the end of 2013.
The following Bar Charts show the comparative figures for the last three years and also
the break-up for various Divisions at the end of 2014:
2.3.3 The following Pie Chart gives the detailed break-up of the disposal of cases
from investigation:
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2.3.4 There were 278 cases under investigation for more than one year as on December
31, 2014. The following Bar Charts show pendency of such cases at the end of 2012,
2013 and 2014 along with break-up for three divisions.
1.1.5 Notable charge sheets in 2014 were:

A Commander (Works) Engineering
of Military Engineering Services
and private person for possession
of assets disproportionate to his
known sources of income.
[RC0312012A0002]

A Major General of Department of
Defence for accepting bribes from
Army suppliers / transporters /
Contractors.
[RC0042013A0002]
The Secretary of Central Government
Industrial Tribunal cum Labour
Court, Bhubneshwar for demanding
and accepting bribe.
[RC0152014A0007]
The then Chairman and other
officials of Jharkhand Public Service
Commission, Ranchi and other public
servants and private persons for
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commission of offences of criminal
conspiracy, cheating and criminal
misconduct etc.
[RC0242013A0006]
A Vice President of Income Tax
Appellate Tribunal and private
persons for possession of assets
disproportionate to his known
sources of income.
[RC0372013A0009]
06 former Chief Medical Officers
(CMO), Additional CMO, Deputy
CMO, Depot Manager and other
officers of Government of Uttar
Pradesh and other private persons
for conspiracy and cheating by misutilizing huge amount of funds
received under National Rural Health
Mission (NRHM) thereby causing
wrongful loss to the Government
and wrongful corresponding gain to
the co-accused persons.
[RC0592012A0003]
The Vice Chancellor of Indian
Maritime University for possession
of assets disproportionate to his
known sources of income.
Against a former Lieutenant General
of Indian Army for offering bribe to
the then Army Chief in connection
with the Tatra truck deal.
[RC0322011A0003]
[RC2162012A0014]
The then Union Minister of
Communication & Information
Technology and private persons
for criminal conspiracy and abusing
the official position by deliberately
delaying grant of licenses in
7 Telecom Circles and related
approvals/permissions on frivolous
ground with an intent to force a
firm’s exit from telecom business by
constricting its business environment.
Against a Commissioner of Income
Tax for possession of assets
disproportionate to his known
sources of income.
[RC0032011A0022]
A Member of Parliament and 13
others for entering into a criminal
conspiracy and showing undue favors
in allotment of housing projects in
favor of a firm.
[RC0262012A0020]
Against Commissioner of Income
Tax and other private persons for
possession of assets disproportionate
to his known sources of income.
[RC0322011A0029]
Against four private persons relating
to murder of Nido Tania in New
Delhi.
[RC0522014S0001]
Against a former Minister of
Government of Jharkhand for
possession of disproportionate assets.
Against Chief Administrative Officer
of Department of Agriculture
Research & Education for demanding
a bribe of Rs.1 Lac and accepting
Rs.50,000/- for relieving
an
employee from his place of posting.
[RC0242013A0021]
[RC0032013A0034]
Against a private person for rash and
negligent driving, resulting in causing
death of Union Minister for Rural
Development in Government of
India.
Against private persons relating to
murder of Mr. Sarvesh Singh @
Sipu Singh at Jiyanpur Town of
Azamgarh District, Uttar Pradesh.
[RC0352011A0019]
[RC0522014S0006 ]
[RC0502013S0009]
Against a former Police official of the
State of Assam for inciting ethnic
violence in Assam.
Senior Divisional Accountant of
Comptroller and Auditor General
for demanding and accepting bribe
of Rs. 7,000/- for clearing payment.
[RC0482012S0009]
[RC1202013A0024]
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A Member of Silvassa Municipal
Council and a private person for
possession of disproportionate assets.
[RC2182012A0001]
[RC0592013A0004]
Against a Deputy Chief Engineer
of Department of Railways and
private person for possession of
Disproportionate Assets.
An Assistant Director and a UDC of
Handicrafts & Handlooms Exports
Corporation for demanding and
accepting illegal gratification for
releasing payment.
[RC0042012A0003]
[RC0042013A0007]
A Deputy Commissioner of Income
Tax and a private person for
demanding bribe of Rs. 6 Lacs for
rendering favour in the assessment
of previous year’s tax returns.
A Deputy General Manager (Civil)
of South Eastern Coalfields Ltd.
and private person for possession
of disproportionate assets.
[RC0052013A0008]
A Divisional Finance Manager
of Department of Railways for
demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for settling pending
bills.
[RC0062013A0008]
Against a Superintendent of Narcotics
Departments and private persons in
an illegal gratification case.
[RC0062013A0026]
Against the officers of Air India and
other private persons for criminal
conspiracy in rendering undue favour
to a private firm in purchase of
Portable Entertainment Appliance
causing wrongful loss to the tune
of Rs.286 Lacs to the Air India.
[RC0262011A0040]
An Assistant Sub-Inspector of CBI
for misappropriating an amount
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of Rs. 6.20 Lacs from the Branch
Malkhana.
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[RC0092012A0002]
A Deputy Director General, 02 Deputy
General Managers, a Divisional
Engineers and other officials of
BSNL and other private persons for
entering into a criminal conspiracy in
the matter of purchase of expensive
equipment at exorbitant rates without
justification / requirement and
financial sanctions thereby causing
wrongful loss to the BSNL.
[RC0102013A0004]
An Executive Engineer of Calcutta
Port Trust for demanding a bribe
of Rs. 10,000/- for settling pending
bills.
[RC0102014A0001]
A Superintendent and an Inspector
of Central Excise for demanding
and accepting illegal gratification of
Rs. 45,000/- for rendering official
favour.
[RC0262013A0010]
Two Scientists of Department of
Consumer Affairs for entering
into a criminal conspiracy with a
private person and collecting illegal
gratifications from certain companies
to renew their license for packaged
drinking water without conducting
prior inspection.
[RC0322013A0006]
A Deputy Inspector General of Police,
an Assistant Sub-Inspector and
private persons for entering into a
criminal conspiracy and accepting
illegal gratification from a supplier
company for expediting release of
payments.
[RC0322013A0013]
A Deputy Director General of
Department of Telecommunication
and private persons for possession
of assets disproportionate to known
sources of income.
[RC0362012A0005]
other private persons for entering
into a criminal conspiracy and by
misusing official position showing
undue favour in awarding contracts
by passing the rules and regulations
thereby resulting into financial loss
of Rs. 37 Lacs to the Government.
[RC1212012A0004]
A Sales Tax Officer of Government
of Delhi for possession of assets
disproportionate to his known
sources of income.
[RC0032001A0003]
A Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of
Government of Uttar Pradesh and
other private persons for entering into
a criminal conspiracy and cheating by
mis-utilizing huge amount of funds
received under National Rural Health
Mission (NRHM) thereby causing
wrongful loss to the Government
and wrongful corresponding gain to
the co-accused persons.
[RC0592012A0001]
Private accused persons for possession
and circulation of Fake Indian
Currency Notes (FICN) equivalent
to Rs. 2.19 Lacs.
[RC2202012E0009]
An Executive Engineer of Central
Public Works Department for
demanding and accepting illegal
gratification.
[RC0332014A0001]
A Branch Manager of Punjab &
Sind Bank and private person for
demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for giving an official
favour.
[RC0062014A0004]
An Executive Engineer of Andaman
Public Works Department and
A Deputy General Manager and
a Senior Manager of Oriental
Bank of Commerce and other
private person for entering into a
criminal conspiracy and fraudulently
discounting false and forged Export
Bills through the loan account of
accused firm maintained in Oriental
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Bank of Commerce, Kolkata causing
a wrongful loss of Rs. 40.51 Crores
to the Bank.
[RC2152011E0008]
An Income Tax Officer for demanding
and accepting illegal gratification for
processing refund matter.
[RC0152014A0003]
A Lt. Colonel, a Major and an
Assistant Engineer of Department
of Defence and other private persons
for entering into criminal conspiracy
and by abusing official position
extending undue favour to a
contractor thereby causing wrongful
loss of Rs. 3.81 Crores to Border
Road Organization.
[RC0072013A0001]
A Deputy Manager of National
Thermal Power Corporation for
demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for processing pending
bills.
[RC0352014A0006]
A Deputy Chief Controller of
Petroleum & Explosives Safety
Organization for demanding and
accepting illegal gratification for
approving pending license.
[RC0172013A0002]
A Director of ARIES and an
Engineer of Department of Science
& Technology for abusing official
position, causing favour to kith and
kin in appointment and promotion
to various posts and also violating
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relevant provisions and financial
rules in the award of tenders and
making payments to various persons
thereby causing wrongful loss to the
institute.
[RC0072013A0006]
A Municipal Counselor of Government
of Delhi and other private persons
for demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for allowing a private
person to construct a building on
collaboration basis and not getting
the same demolished from MCD
officials.
[RC0032013A0021]
A Sub-Inspector of Railway Protection
Force for demanding and accepting
illegal gratification for extending an
official favour.
[RC0062014A0020]
A Sub-Divisional Magistrate,
Government of U.P., Godown
Incharage, Assistant Dispatcher,
District Manager and other officials
of Department of Food & Supply,
Government of Uttar Pradesh and
other private persons for committing
the offence of criminal conspiracy,
cheating and forgery.
[RC0062010A0027]
A Chief Manager of Punjab National
Bank and other private persons for
entering into a criminal conspiracy
and committing forgery.
[RC0532005S0004 & RC0532005S0005]
Chairperson, Research Officer and
Member of Easter n Regional
Committee (ERC), National Council
for Teachers Education (NCTE) and
other private persons for entering into
a criminal conspiracy and by abusing
their official positions granting
recognition to Netaji Subhash
Institute of Education, Jamshedpur,
Jharkhand for conducting B.Ed
course in gross violation of the
NCTE Regulations, 2009 on the basis
of forged documents submitted by
the institution.
[RC0152013A0011]
A Senior Scientist of Zonal Project
Directorate, Indian Council of
Agriculture Research (ICAR) and
07 others for entering into a criminal
conspiracy and misappropriating the
funds of ICAR of Rs. 1 Crore in the
matter of allocating additional works
and arranging payments through the
accused firm.
[RC0352012A0019]
Against an Assistant Commissioner
of Employees Provident Fund
Organization and two Enforcement
Officers and other private persons for
committing the offence of criminal
conspiracy and criminal misconduct.
[RC2172011A0008]
Against two Executive Engineers and
two Asstt. Executive Engineers of
CPWD andother private persons for
committing the offences of criminal
misappropriation, cheating and
forgery.
[RC0232011A0012]
Against a Superintending Engineer
of Government of Punjab for
demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for passing / approving
the work.
[RC0052013A0019]
A Major (Garrison Engineer) and a
Junior Engineer of Department of
Defence for demanding and accepting
illegal gratification for allocating
additional repair works.
[RC0232014A0011]
A Divisional Manager of New
India Assurance Company Ltd.
for demanding and accepting illegal
gratification for rendering an official
favor.
[RC0062014A0023]
Private persons for hosting a website
www.cbirecindia.org. with the
intention to cheat the persons by
posting an advertisement on the
website inviting application for
recruitment to various posts in CBI
and seeking fee deposit in the bank
account in IDBI.
[RC2212014E0005]
An Additional Superintendent of
Police, 04 Sub-Inspectors and
Constables of U.P. Police for their
involvement in a fake encounter.
[RC0532010S0006]
A Principal
Sangathan,
Resources
demanding
of Kendriya Vidyalaya
Ministry Of Human
& Development for
and accepting illegal
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gratification for extending favor.
[RC0262014A0013]
A Superintendent of Central Excise for
possession of assets disproportionate
to his known sources of income.
[RC0262013A0013]
Against 02 Chief Managers and a
Credit Support Officer of State
Bank of India (SBI) and other
private persons for entering into
a criminal conspiracy and availing
credit facilities / loans from the
bank on the basis of false and
forged documents and diverting the
funds to the purpose other than for
which these were sanctioned thereby
causing wrongful loss of Rs. 69.76
Crores to SBI.
[RC2152013E0003]
Against the then two Chief Medical
Officers, Govt.of Uttar Pradesh and
other private persons for committing
the offence of criminal breach of
trust, cheating and forgery.
[RC1202013A0017]
A Drug Controller of Central Health
Services for demanding and accepting
illegal gratification for renewing
license.
[RC0352014A0003]
Against a DGM and a Chief Manager
of United Bank of India and other
private persons for committing Bank
fraud.
[RC0742012E0007]
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A DIG of Border Security Force and
other private persons for entering
into a criminal conspiracy and
demanding illegal gratification from
a private contractor for the purpose
of facilitating supply orders of 150
tents.
[RC2182013A0006]
Against a Senior Duty Medical
Officer of National Institute of
Mental Health & Neuro Sciences
and private person for possession
of disproportionate assets.
[RC0372013A0001]
Against four DGMs, two Senior
Managers and an Assistant Manager
of Bharat Dynamics Limited and
other private persons for committing
the offence of cheating.
[RC0352013A0006]
CHAPTER-3
PROSECUTION
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CHAPTER-3
PROSECUTION
3.1 Directorate of Prosecution was set up
in CBI on the basis of the Report submitted
by the Independent Review Committee,
followed by an O.M. dated 9th July, 2001
issued by the Government of India,
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances
and Pensions, Department of Personnel &
Training. Director of Prosecution in CBI is
appointed based on the recommendation of
a Committee headed by the Chief Vigilance
Commissioner.
3.2
The present strength of Directorate
of Prosecution/CBI as on 31.12.2014 is 261
against the sanctioned strength of 340 and
there are 79 posts lying vacant. The vacancies
existed in the rank of Additional Legal
Advisors (01), Senior Public Prosecutors
(05), Public Prosecutors (57) & Assistant
Public Prosecutors (16). In the year 2014,
01 Senior Public Prosecutor and 01 Public
Prosecutor have been appointed under Direct
Recruitment quota. 05 APPs have been
promoted to the rank of Public Prosecutor,
08 PPs have been promoted to the rank of
Sr.PP, 09 Sr. PPs have been promoted to
the rank of Deputy Legal Adviser and 06
DLAs have been promoted to the rank of
Additional Legal Advisor.
3.2.1 Keeping in view the large number
of vacancies of CBI Law Officers and
resultant growing number of cases pending
trial in various courts including the newly
created special courts, the Govt. of India
had introduced a scheme for appointment
of Special Prosecutor in C.B.I. on contract
basis (i) for a period of three year extendable
up to five years and (ii) for a period of
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one year extendable up to three years as a
stopgap arrangement. At present 38 Special
Prosecutors and 05 Astt. Special Prosecutors
are working under these schemes.
3.3MONITORING OF PROSECUTION
WORK
3.3.1 Monitoring of prosecution work
is being done by this Directorate through
Sub. Directorate of Prosecution/Zonal
offices by Deputy Legal Adviser/Senior
Public Prosecutor. Necessary instructions
are given by the Director of Prosecution/
CBI to the Prosecutors including Special
Counsels from time to time to ensure that
cases are being handled and conducted by
the respective Prosecutor effectively.
3.3.2
The Directorate of Prosecution/
CBI is required to perform the following
functions:(i) Tendering Legal Advice in cases
investigated by CBI.
(ii) Conducting and monitoring prosecution
of cases investigated by CBI
(iii) Matters relating to the appointment
of CBI Retainer Counsels and Special
Counsels.
(iv) Matters relating to the notifications
regarding appointment of Prosecuting
Officers at CBI under sections 24(2),
24(8) and 25(1-A) of the Code of
Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No.2
of 1974)
(v) Processing legal matters pertaining to
the conferences and meetings.
(vi)Deal with matters relating to
interpretation of laws, statutory rules
and regulations and amendments
thereof.
(vii) Correspondence regarding Parliament
Questions.
(viii)Matters relating to notification under
sections 3, 5(1) and 6 of the Delhi
Special Police Establishment Act,
1946 (Act No.25 of 1946).
(ix) Examination of Letter Rogatories.
(x) Other miscellaneous/undefined works.
3.4TENDERING LEGAL ADVICE
3.4.1During the year 2014, Director
of Prosecution, CBI offered comments/
opinion in 1907 matters as per details given below:
Judgments/Appeals -404
Final Reports - 86
Administrative matters -412
Legal advice in miscellaneous matters- 1005
Total
-
1907
3.4.2 The Director of Prosecution besides
attending to Prosecution related matters,
tendered legal opinion/advice in important
matters to enable Director, CBI to take a
final decision in the matters investigated
by CBI.
3.5ENGAGEMENT OF SPECIAL/
RETAINER COUNSELS
3.5.1 By and large, CBI cases are conducted
by its own Prosecutors in the Courts. In
High Courts, suitable Advocates are engaged
as CBI Retainer Counsel with the approval
of DoPT/Ministry of Law to represent CBI.
13 Retainer Counsels have been engaged
during 2014 in various High Courts.
3.5.2 14 proposals for appointment of CBI
Retainer Counsels for conducting DSPE
cases in the various High Courts are pending
with the DoPT.
3.5.3 The Government of India, DoPT has
revised the existing fee structure of Retainer
Counsels on the panel of CBI in the High
Court vide their letter No.225/16/2011-AVD.
II dated 22.05.2014. A proposal seeking
clarification regarding payment of clerkage
fee and out of pocket expenses relating to
batch of cases has been sent to DoPT vide
Directorate ID No.11/1/89-DOP/1686 dated
18.11.2014.
3.5.4 There is no change in the existing
general terms and conditions prescribed
by the Government of India, DoPT vide
No.225/2/95-AVD.II dated 30-01-1997 and
further revised vide No.225/30/2005-AVD.
II dated 20-09-2006 for the engagement of
Special Counsels on behalf of CBI in the
various trial courts. As on 31-12-2014, 26
Senior Special Counsels and 10 Junior
Special Counsels are handling the prosecution
of CBI cases in Trial Courts in different
States/Locations.
3.5.5 During the year 2014, 02 Advocates
were engaged as Senior Special Counsel in
the Trial Courts at Goa and Jaipur. The term
of 02 CBI panel Special Counsels and 03
Junior Counsel was extended by Director,
CBI during the year 2014. In addition, 08
Special Counsels were engaged as Special
Public Prosecutor on case to case basis
during 2014.
1.6SPECIAL COURTS
3.6.1During the year 2013, Courts of
22 Additional Special Judges for trial of
exclusively CBI investigated P.C. Act cases
were established and out of these, 10 courts
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have started functioning during 2014. Details
of these courts are as under:
S. Name of the
No.
state
1
2
3
4
Location of
the court
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow
Gujarat
Punjab
Kerala
No. of
Courts
sanctioned
& functioning
2
Ghaziabad
1
Ahmedabad
Patiala
Ernakulam
5
1
1
Total
10
3.7
During the year, 2014,
Notifications as detailed
below were got issued:3.7.1 Notifications u/s 24 (8) of the Code of
Criminal Procedure 1973 notifying 22 Public
Prosecutors of CBI and 22 Advocates (Special
Counsels) as Special Public Prosecutor for
conducting CBI cases in various courts have
been issued. One proposal is pending with
DoPT for issue of notification under subsection (8) of section 24 of the Code of
Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No.2 of
1974).
3.7.2 Notifications under sub-section (1A) of section 25 of the Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974)
notifying 03 Assistant Public Prosecutors
for conducting CBI cases in various courts
have been issued.
3.7.3 Notification under sub-section (2)
of section 24 of the Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974)
notifying 12 Advocates as Public Prosecutor
for conducting CBI cases in various courts
have been issued. One proposal is pending
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with DoPT for issue of notification under
sub-section (2) of section 24 of the Code
of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No.2 of
1974).
3.7.4 During the year 2014 as many as 44
notifications under section 5(1) r/w Sec. 6
of Delhi Special Police Establishment Act,
1946 (Act No.25 of 1946) extending the
powers and jurisdiction of the members
of the Delhi Special Police Establishment
(C.B.I.) for investigation of offences have
been got issued in various cases.
3.7.5 One proposal for issue of notification
under sub-section(1) of section 5 read
with section 6 of the Delhi Special Police
Establishment, 1946 (Act No.25 of 1946)
in respect of fresh consent of the State of
Arunachal Pradesh has already been sent to
Govt. of India, DoPT vide this Directorate
ID No. 4/1/87-DOP/1152 dated 14.08.2013.
The same is pending in DoPT.
3.7.6Two proposals are pending with
DoPT for issuance of corrigendums to
include the sections 447, 383 and 384 of
the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No.45 of
1860) in Annexure-II of DoPT Notification
No.228/61/94-AVD.II dated 10.03.1995 in
respect of Andhra Pradesh.
3.7.7 During the year 2014, 02 notifications
were got issued under section 3 of the Delhi
Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act
No. 25 of 1946) notifying the following
offences:(i)
The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972
(Act No.53 of 1972)
(ii)
The Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008 (Act No.10 of 2009).
3.7.8 Proposals are pending with Department
of Personnel and Training for issuance of
notifications under section 3 of the Delhi
Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act
No.25 of 1946) for notifying the following
offences punishable under:(i)
The Prevention of Money Laundering
Act, 2002
(ii)
The Companies Act, 2013 (Act No.18
of 2013)
(iii)
Sections 6, 7 and 16 of the Immoral
Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 (Act
No.104 of 1956)
(iv)
The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (Act
No.44 of 1958)
(v)
The Wild Life Protection (Assam
amendment) Act, 2009
(vi)
The Wild Birds and Animals Protection Act, 1912 (Act No.8 of 1912)
(vii)
Sections 109, 115, 166-A, 166-B, 171,
174-A, 195-A, 228-A, 228-B, 229-A,
326-A, 326-B, 354-A, 354-B, 354-C,
354-D, 370, 370-A, 383, 422 and 511
of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act
No.45 of 1860).
(viii)
The Unlawful Activities(Prevention)
Amendment Act, 2008 (Act No.35 of
2008).
(ix)
The Unlawful Activities(Prevention)
Amendment Act, 2012 (Act No.3 of
2013)
3.7.9Another proposal for issuance of
notification under section 3 of the DSPE
Act, 1946 (Act No.25 of 1946) for notifying
the sections 354, 376, 376-A, 376-B, 376-C,
376-D, 376-E of the Indian Penal Code,
1860 (Act No.45 of 1860) which have been
amended in the Criminal Law (Amendment)
Act, 2013 has been sent to DoPT.
3.7.10 A consolidated list of notified
offences under section 3 of the Delhi Special
Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act No.
25 of 1946) is enclosed as Annexure-B.
3.8CBI GOLD MEDAL FOR BEST
PROSECUTOR OF CBI
3.8.1 During the year 2014, the meeting
of the Screening Committee, headed by
Special Director CBI for selection of the
Best Prosecuting Officer of CBI, was held
on 21.08.2014 and Shri Bal Karan Singh,
Public Prosecutor, CBI, ACB, Ghaziabad
was selected as the Best Prosecuting Officer
for the year 2013. He was awarded a cash
reward of Rs.10,000/-.
3.8.2 A Proposal for enhancement of reward
amount from Rs.10,000/- to Rs.1,00,000/- for
the Best Prosecutor and also for awarding cash
reward of Rs.50,000/- for 2nd and Rs.25,000/for 3rd Best Prosecutor is pending with the
Government for approval. Also, on the
recommendations of the Committee headed
by Special Director, CBI, Commendation
Certificates were issued to 07 Law Officers
of CBI during year 2014 for their outstanding
performance in the year 2013 along with a
cash reward of Rs.5000/- each.
3.9TRIAL
3.9.1 During the year 2014, courts delivered
judgements in 1006 court cases. Out of
these, 635 cases resulted in conviction, 258
in acquittal, 27 in discharge and 86 cases
were disposed of for other reasons. The
conviction rate was 69.02%. The Bar Charts
below show the disposal by courts during
the last three years and the division-wise
break-up of disposal in the year 2014:
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3.9.2 9243 trials were pending in various courts as on December 31, 2014. 29% of
cases under trial are in courts of Magistrates. The Bar Charts below show the number
of pending under trial cases during last three years and division-wise break-up at the
end of 2014:
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3.9.3 Some of the important convictions
during the year 2014 were:
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
for life in a case of murder of
Professor Vishram Girdhar Patil of
Jalgaon.
[RC0572007S0002]

Four accused persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment for life in a case of
murder of L.N.Mishra, then Railway
Minister.
[RC0441975S0001]
A Junior Engineer of Delhi
Development Authority has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment for life in a case of
murder.
[RC0071990A0022]
17 police officials have been convicted
and awarded with the sentence of
life imprisonment and one police
official with and 02 years sentence
(all from Uttrakhand state) in a case
relating to fake encounter of Ranbir
Singh.
[RC0532009S0006]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 4 years with fine Rs. 1 Lac in
an illegal gratification case.
[RC0061993A0039].
An Assistant Garrison Engineer (Civil)
of Military Engineering Services
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 3
years with a fine of Rs.1 Lac in a
disproportionate assets case.
[RC0372003A0031].
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 4 years with a fine of Rs. 10
Lacs in a cheating case.
[RC0681999E0011].
Three private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment ranging between 3
years 6 months to 4 years with fine
of Rs. 20,000/- to Rs. 3.3 Lacs in
a cheating case.
[RC0712001E0002]
An Officer of Canara Bank and a
private person have been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 6 years and 4 years respectively
with fine of Rs. 91,000/ and Rs.
62,000/- in a cheating case.
[RC0061999A0015]
A Development Officer of National
Insurance Company Limited has
been convicted and sentenced to
undergo imprisonment of 5 years
with a fine of Rs. 70,000/- in a
cheating case.
[RC0062005A0006]
A Branch Manager of Central Bank
of India and a UDC of Department
of Defence Production have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years each with
a fine of Rs. 18,000/- and Rs.
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2,20,000/- respectively in a Cheating
case.
[RC0092005A0007]
[RC0172007A0012]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
for a period of 7 years with fine of
Rs. 2 Lacs in a cheating case.
A Commissioner of Government
of Union Territories has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 4 years with a fine
of Rs. 50,000/- for demanding and
accepting illegal gratification.
[RC0291991A0044]
An Assistant General Manager, a
Chief Engineer, a Senior Manager
and a Manager of Vijaya Bank
and 03 private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years each with
fines ranging between Rs. 50,000/to Rs. 3 Lacs in a cheating case.
[RC0322010A0011]
[RC2191999E0003]
[RC0521996S0002]
A Deputy Director of Income Tax
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 5 years
with a fine of Rs. 50,000/- in an
illegal gratification case.
06 private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 14 years with fine
of Rs. 50,000/- each in a murder
case.
[RC0032006A0018]
[RC0332008S0007]
A Senior District Medical Officer of
Central Government Health Scheme
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 5 years
with a fine of Rs. 90,000/-in an
illegal gratification case.
A Sub-Inspector of Central Industrial
Security Force, a Chief Manager,
a Senior Manager and a Manager
of Allahabad Bank and 02 private
persons have been convicted and
sentenced to undergo RI for a period
between 3 to 7 years with a fine
between Rs.18,000/- to 30.60 Lacs
in a cheating case.
[RC0062009A0030]
A Manager, an Assistant Manager of
UCO Bank and a private person
have been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment for a period
of 3 years and 2 years with fine
of Rs. 2,00,000/- each for public
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An Inspector and a Constable
of Haryana Police have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 14 years with a fine
of Rs. 10,000/- each in a murder
case.
[RC0692004E0002]
An Income Tax Officer has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years with a
fine of Rs. 90,000/- in an illegal
gratification case.
of Rs. 90,000/- each in an illegal
gratification case.
[RC0531999A0027]
[RC0062009A0001]
A former Chief Engineer of
Government of Andhra Pradesh
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 3
years with a fine of Rs. 1 Lac in
a disproportionate assets case.
A Senior Sectional Engineer of
Department of Railways has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years with a fine
of Rs. 90,000/- in a trap case.
[RC2172005A0005]
A Chief Manager of State Bank of
Bikaner & Jaipur and a private person
have been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 4 years
each with fine of Rs. 1 Lac and
Rs. 4 Lacs respectively in a cheating
case.
[RC2192006E0004]
The then Senior Manager of Union
Bank of India, Indore has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 4 years with a
fine of Rs. 10 Lacs in a criminal
misappropriation case.
[RC0082010A0004]
A Branch Manager of Andhra Bank
and a private person have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years and 2 years
with a fine of Rs. 1 Lac and Rs.
50,000/- respectively in a criminal
misappropriation case.
[RC0032003A0016]
[RC0062012A0001]
03 private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 7 years with a fine
of Rs. 1 Lac each in a murder
case.
[RC0342007S0011]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 7 years with a fine of Rs. 2 Lacs
in a cheating case.
[RC2211995E0006]
A Joint Commissioner of Income Tax
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 3 years
with a fine of Rs. 20,000/- in a
forgery case.
[RC0052010A0015]
A Manager of Union Bank of India
and a private person have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years with a fine
of Rs. 90,000/- each in an illegal
gratification case.
[RC0532009A0032]
An Inspector and a Sub-Inspector of
Narcotics Department have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years with a fine
A Branch Manager of Life Insurance
Corporation of India has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
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imprisonment of 4 years with a fine
of Rs. 50,000/- in a cheating case.
[RC0172005A0013]
An Executive Engineer of Central Public
Works Department and a private
person have been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 13 years 6 months and 10 years
6 months respectively with a fine of
Rs. 21,500/- and Rs. 16,500/- in a
criminal misconduct case.
[RC0291999A0003]
A Cotton Purchase Officer of Cotton
Corporation of India has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 2 years and 6
months with a fine of Rs. 25 Lacs
in a disproportionate assets case.
[RC0312007A0004]
A Scientist of National Aerospace
Laboratory, Bangalore has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 7 years with a fine
of Rs. 1 Lac in a cheating case.
[RC0372003A0008]
A Sub-Inspector and a Constable of
Bihar Police and a private person
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 14 years in a
murder case. 05 private persons also
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years each. All
the convicted accused persons in
addition to the imprisonment were
imposed with fines of Rs. 30,000/to Rs. 60,000/-.
[RC0522003S0005]
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An Inspector, 05 Sub-Inspectors and
11 Constables of Uttrakhand State
Police have been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
for life alongwith fine ranging
between Rs. 20,000/- to Rs. 50,000/in a murder case.
[RC0062009S0006]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 10 years with a fine of Rs. 1
Lac in a Narcotics Drugs and
Psychotropic Substance case.
[RC2202006E0003]
An Inspector of Railway Protection
Force has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 5 years with a fine of Rs. 90,000/in an illegal gratification case.
[RC0062011A0015]
An Executive Director of Central
Coalfields Ltd. has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 3 years with a fine of Rs.10,000/in an illegal gratification case.
[RC0251993A0018]
A Senior Divisional Manager of United
India Insurance Company Limited
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 3
years with a fine Rs. 50,000/- in
a disproportionate assets case.
[RC0362004A0025]
A Chief Accounts Officer, an Accounts
Superintendent and a private person
have been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 3 years
to 7 years with fines to the tune of Rs.
1 Lac to 5 Lacs in a cheating case.
with a fine Rs. 50,000/- in an illegal
gratification case.
[RC0372001A0001]
[RC1222005A0003]
An Assistant Sub-Inspector of CBI
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 6 years
with a fine Rs. 8 Lacs in a criminal
breach of trust case.
A former Deputy Director General
of Department of Defence has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 2 years with a fine
Rs. 5 Lacs in a disproportionate
assets case.
[RC0592013A0004]
An Executive Engineer of Department
of Railways has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 3 years with a fine of Rs. 50,000/in a disproportionate assets case.
[RC2172008A0001]
A Sub-Registrar has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 7 years with a fine of Rs. 15,000/in illegal gratification case.
[RC0062004A0023]
[RC0322008A0018]
A Chief Regional Manager of
Department of Railways has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 5 years with a
fine of Rs. 90,000/- in an illegal
gratification case.
A former Manager of United
Commercial Bank has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 7 years with a fine
of Rs. 80,000/- in a forgery case.
[RC0062009A0033]

A Sectional Engineer of Department
of Railways has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 5 years with a fine Rs. 15 Lacs
in a disproportionate assets case.
[RC0082006A0009]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 7 years with a fine of Rs. 1,000/in a forgery case.
[RC0101999A0033]
An Executive Engineer of C.P.W.D.
has been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 5 years
[RC0062002A0008]
A Divisional Engineer of Department
of Railways has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 5 years with a fine of Rs. 20,000/in an illegal gratification case.
[RC0062012A0019]
A former Chief General Manager of
Department of Telecommunication
and a private person have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years each with
a fine of Rs. 10 Lacs and 28 Lacs
respectively in an illegal pecuniary
advantage case.
[RC2162004A0005]
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Two private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 8 years with a fine
Rs. 6,000/- each in a kidnapping
case.
[RC0511998S0005]
An Assistant Manager of Syndicate
Bank has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 6 years with a fine of Rs. 6 Lacs
in a forgery case.
[RC0521990S0014]
A Deputy Director of Ministry of
Information & Broadcasting has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 7 years with a
fine of Rs. 2 Lacs in a criminal
misappropriation case.
[RC0532003S0005]
A private person has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 7 years, in a murder case.
[RC0521998S0003]
04 private persons have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years with a fine
of Rs. 2,000/- each in an Immoral
Traffic (Prevention) Act case.
[RC0572009S0002]
A Junior Engineer of MCD has been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years with a fine
of Rs. 7 Lacs in a trap case.
[RC0032012A0016]
An Assistant Post Master of Department
of Posts has been convicted and
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sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 3 years and 6 months with a
fine of Rs. 22.65 Lacs in a case
of criminal breach of trust.
[RC0322012A0048]
A Senior Cashier of Department of
Railways has been convicted and
sentenced to undergo imprisonment
of 4 years with a fine of Rs. 8.5
Lacs in a criminal misconduct case.
[RC0042001A0001]
The then SHO, a Sub-Inspector, an
ASI and a Constable of State Police
have been convicted and sentenced
to undergo imprisonment of 20
years with fines ranging between
Rs. 60,000/- to Rs. 80,000/-.
[RC0511998S0007]
A Deputy Commissioner of Police,
Delhi and a private person have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 3 years and 2 years
respectively with a fine of Rs. 35
Lacs and 25 Lacs for possession
of assets disproportionate to their
known sources of income. [RC0032005A0019]
A former Minister of Government
of Tamilnadu, 02 retired IAS
officers, the then Project Officer of
Department of Rural Development
and a private person have been
convicted and sentenced to undergo
imprisonment of 2 years with a fine
of Rs. 25,000/- each in a cheating
case.
[RC0321997A0029]
CHAPTER-4
POLICY DIVISION
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CHAPTER-4
POLICY DIVISION
4.1 Policy Division deals with matters
relating to policy, internal working,
procedures, organisational setup & internal
vigilance. It also decides the annual targets
for the Zones/Branches of the CBI and
organises Quarterly Conferences of Heads of
Branches (HsoB) & Heads of Zones (HsoZ).
It provides interface with the Ministries,
Parliament, CVC and CVOs.
finalizing the nominations for the Police
Medals and other rewards for CBI personnel.
Policy Division formulates important and
relevant instructions in the form of circulars
and is also the repository of such Circulars
and Standing Instructions.
4.1.1 During the year 2014, Policy Division
issued 17 Circulars, 13 Office Memorandums,
05 orders and 07 instructions.Vigilance
clearances have been issued in case of
references pertaining to 6249 persons
received from CVC, MHA, Cabinet
Secretariat, MEA,M/o Defence etc. Policy
Division also plays an important role in
4.2.1 During the year 2014, eleven Officers
of Central Bureau of Investigation have been
awarded President’s Police Medals (PPM)
for Distinguished Services and forty Officers
of Central Bureau of Investigation were
awarded Police Medal (PM) for Meritorious
Services on the occasion of the Republic
Day, 2014 and the Independence Day, 2014
as given below:
4.2PRESIDENT’S POLICE MEDAL
& POLICE MEDAL
AWARDEES ON THE OCCASION OF REPUBLIC DAY – 2014
RECIPIENTS OF PRESIDENT’S POLICE MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Smt. Nina Singh, IPS JD,STF, CBI, New Delhi
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Shri Rajwinder Singh
Bhatti, IPS JD, SC, CBI, New Delhi
Anil Palta, IPS JD, Chandigarh Zone,
CBI, New Delhi
Shri S.B.Sankar ASP, EOW, CBI, Chennai
Shri Balbir Jain DSP, Policy Division, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Purandar Routray
ASI, ACB, CBI, Bhubaneshwar Shri Mohammad Rashid Head Constable, HQ,
CBI, New Delhi RECIPIENTS OF INDIAN POLICE MEDAL FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE
Shri Nilabh Kishore, IPS,
DIG, ACB, CBI,
Dehradun
Shri Amit Kumar, IPS,
DIG, EO-III, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Santosh Rastogi, IPS,
DIG, ACB, CBI, New
Delhi
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Shri D.S.Shukla, Sr.SP
ACB, CBI, New Delhi
Shri Kandasamy Subbian
DSP, CBI, ACB, Chennai
Shri Ramaswamy
Parthasarathy
Inspr. EO-II, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Boddeda Shankar Rao
Inspector, ACB, CBI
Hyderabad
Shri Madho Singh Phartyal
Inspector, SC-III, CBI, New
Delhi
Shri Vijay Kumar
Inspector, IPCC, CBI, New
Delhi
Shri Surinder Singh
Bhullar
Inspector, EO-III, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Gulshan Kumar
Sub-Inspector, EO-III, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Krishan Kumar
ASI, SC-I, CBI,
New Delhi
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Shri Prakash
Saya Kajrolkar
ASI, STF, CBI, Mumbai
Shri Koshy Mamachen
Head Constable, ACB, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Narinder Singh
Jaswal
Head Constable, Policy
Division, CBI, New Delhi
Shri Anand Singh Rawat
Head Constable, CBI, HQ,
New Delhi
Shri Vinod Kumar
Constable, ACU-V, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Ramji Lal Jat
Constable, ACB, CBI,
Jaipur
Shri Tosh Kumar
Sr.Private Secretary, DCBI
Secretariat, CBI, New
Delhi
Shri Gulshan Kumar
Sub-Inspector, EO-III, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Ranjit Kumar Gupta
Office Supdt., CBI, HQ,
New Delhi
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AWARDEES ON THE OCCASION OF INDEPENDENCE DAY – 2014
RECIPIENTS OF PRESIDENT’S POLICE MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Shri Rajeev Kumar Sharma, IPS Joint Director (HoZ), BS&F, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Ajit Kumar Singh
SP, BS&FC, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Ram Chander Garvan DSP, CBI Academy,
Ghaziabad
Shri Abdul Aziz
Inspector, ACB, CBI,
Chennai RECIPIENTS OF INDIAN POLICE MEDAL FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE
Shri Ratn Sanjay, IPS DIG, ACB, CBI,
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Shri Ravi Kant, IPS DIG, EO-I, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Ramnish Geer Sr.SP, SCB, CBI,
Mumbai Shri Anuj Arya Addl. SP, ACB, CBI,
New Delhi Smt. Seema Pahuja DSP, SC-I, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Nat Ram Meena DSP, SC-II, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Surender Kumar
Malik DSP, ACU-V, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Ramesh Chand
Sharma Inspector, ACB, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Chandra Kiran
Sharma Inspector, CBI HQ,
New Delhi Shri Manoj Kumar Dash Inspector, ACB, CBI, Bhubaneswar Shri Jale Singh Inspector, ACU-III, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Goutam Kumar Sagar Inspector, Policy Division,
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Shri Anil Vasant Mhatre Sub Inspector, ACB, CBI,
Mumbai Shri Vijay Kumar Thapa ASI, EO-I, CBI,
New Delhi
Shri Raj Kishore Rai Head Constable, ACB, CBI,
Patna Shri Mehboob Hasan Head Constable, CBI HQ,
New Delhi Shri Basant Singh Bisht Head Constable, CBI HQ,
New Delhi Shri Bijender Singh Constable, ACB, CBI,
New Delhi Shri Shyambir Singh Constable, Policy Division,
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Shri Shankar Das Girdhar Crime Assistant, CBI HQ,
New Delhi
4.3 BEST INVESTIGATING OFFICER
4.3.1 During the year, Shri D.J. Bajpei,
Inspector, CBI, BS&FC Delhi was selected
for the award of CBI Gold Medal for the
Best Investigating Officer for the year 2013.
He will be awarded CBI Gold Medal along
with Director’s Commendation Certificate
and cash reward of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rs. one
Lac only).
4.4 BEST PROSECUTING OFFICER
4.4.1 During the year, Shri Balkaran Singh,
Public Prosecutor, CBI, ACB Ghaziabad,
was selected for the award of CBI Gold
Medal for the Best Prosecuting Officer for the
year 2013. He will be awarded CBI Gold
Medal along with Director’s Commendation
Certificate and cash reward of Rs. 10,000/(Rs. Ten Thousand only).
4.5
BEST DETECTIVE HEAD
CONSTABLE/CONSTABLE
4.5.1 During the year, Shri Chattar Singh,
Constable, ACB, CBI, Dehradun was
honoured with the D.P.Kohli Best Detective
Constable Award for the year 2013.
Shri Gopalkrishna Gandhi presenting award of Best Detective to Shri Chattar Singh, on the occasion of 15th
D.P.Kohli Memorial Lecture organized at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 15th April, 2014
4.6 15th D.P. KOHLI MEMORIAL Lecture on “Eclipse at Noon : Shadows
over India’s Conscience”. The D.P.Kohli
LECTURE
4.6.1 The 15thD.P.Kohli Memorial Lecture
was held on 15th April, 2014 in Plenary
Hall, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Shri
Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Chairman, Governing
Body, IIAS, Shimla delivered the Memorial
Memorial Lecture is organized annually in
honour of CBI’s founder Director Late Shri
D.P.Kohli. This function also marked the
end of year long Golden Jubilee celebrations
of the formation of CBI.
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Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI addressing during 15th D.P.Kohli Memorial Lecture organized at
Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 15th April, 2014
Shri R.S.Bhatti, Joint Director, CBI addressing during 15th D.P.Kohli Memorial Lecture Organized at Vigyan
Bhawan, New Delhi on 15th April, 2014
4.7BEST SUPPORT STAFF AWARD
4.7.1 CBI has instituted an annual award
titled ‘Best Employee Award’ (Ministerial)
to Support Staff. Shri Devender Kapoor,
PA, CBI SU Delhi has been selected for
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Best Employee Award to Support Staff
(Ministerial) of CBI for the year 2013. He
was awarded Rs. 10,000/- (Rs. Ten thousand
only) alongwith Director’s Commendation
Certificate.
4.8CBI Day Awards
4.8.1 During the year, CBI Day Award were presented to felicitate the selected IOs, P.Os and
Executive/Support Staff who have done excellent work in their respective areas of work.
Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI addressing to the awardees on the occasion of “CBI DAY Award”
at CBI HQ, New Delhi on 1st April, 2014.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI, presenting the Best Branch Trophy to Smt. Binita Thakur, IPS, DIG, CBI, New
Delhi on the occasion of “CBI DAY AWARD” ceremony at CBI HQ, New Delhi on 1st April, 2014.
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Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI , presenting the “CBI DAY Award” to Shri Amrit Pal Singh, Sr. Public Prosecutor, CBI, New Delhi at CBI HQ, New Delhi on 1st April, 2014.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI delivering farewell speech on his retirement from service at CBI HQ, New Delhi
on 2nd December, 2014.
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CHAPTER-5
INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION
5.1 India is one of the oldest members of
INTERPOL having joined the organization
way back in 1949. The Government of India,
Ministry of Home Affairs designated the
Intelligence Bureau as the ICPO-INTERPOLNational Central Bureau (NCB) for India.
After the formation of CBI in the year 1963,
vide its circular letter dated 17.10.1966, the
Government of India, conveyed its decision
that the Central Bureau of Investigation
will henceforth be the representative of this
country for the purposes of correspondence
with the ICPO-INTERPOL. Accordingly,
the INTERPOL work was transferred from
Intelligence Bureau to the Central Bureau of
Investigation, an investigating agency under
the administrative control of Department of
Personnel and Training. All matters relating
to the NCB India are, however, dealt with by
the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government
of India.
5.3
5.2 The NCB India functions as an
integral part of CBI, with Director, CBI
being its ex-officio Head. The International
Police Cooperation Unit (IPCU) comprising
of National Central Bureau (NCB) and
International Police Cooperation Cell (IPCC)
actively provides support to Ministry of
Home Affairs (Central Authority of India
with regard to Mutual Legal Assistance
Treaties), Ministry of External Affairs (Nodal
Ministry with regard to extradition matters
and execution of Letters Rogatory), State
Police Forces and other Law Enforcement
Agencies. While NCB looks after all
INTERPOL related work, IPCC handles
Letters Rogatory, requests under MLAT,
active assistance to MHA and MEA in
negotiation of treaties on Extradition and
Mutual Legal Assistance.
THE DIAGRAM GIVEN BELOW ILLUSTRATE THE FUNCTIONING OF NCB-INDIA
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5.4 Organizational Structure of NCB-India:
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE NCB-INDIA
5.5CONFERENCES HELD
5.5.1 7th Interpol Global programme on
Anti Corruption, Financial Crime and Asset
Recovery:- The 7th INTERPOL Global
Programme on Anti-Corruption, Financial
Crime and Asset Recovery for South Asia
was held in the CBI (HQ), New Delhi on
10.02.2014. Union Minister of State for PMO
and Personnel, Pensions & Public Grievances
Shri V. Narayanasamy was the Chief Guest
at the function. Addressing the Valedictory
function, Shri V. Narayanasamy said India
was committed to provide the institutional
framework to improve governance and ensure
that the fruits of development reach the
poorest of the poor and for this it was
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important to have adequate laws to prevent
corruption.
5.5.1.1 Complementing the CBI and
the Anti Corruption Sub-Directorate of
Interpol for choosing New Delhi as a
venue for their South Asian Training
Programme, Shri Narayanasamy said that
in the past three years, as many as seven
Capacity Building Programmes have been
conducted in association with INTERPOL
for the benefit of Indian and South Asian
Law Enforcement Agencies. The Capacity
Building Programmes of this nature promote
a culture of collaboration and cooperation
which are crucial for fighting this global
menace.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI addressing 7th Interpol Global Programme on Anti-Corruption, Financial
Crimes and Assets Recovery for South Asia Region held at CBI Headquarters, New Delhi from 10th to 14th
February, 2014.
7th Interpol Global programme on Anti Corruption, Financial Crime
and Asset Recovery at CBI, Head Office, New Delhi on 10th February 2014.
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Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI welcoming Shri S.K.Sarkar, Secretary (P) during Valedictory function of 7th Interpol Global Programme on Anti-Corruption, Financial Crimes and Assets Recovery for South Asia
Region held at CBI Headquarter, New Delhi on 14thFebruary, 2014
5.5.215TH D.P. KOHLI MEMORIAL
LECTURE
5.5.2.1 15th D.P. Kohli Memorial Lecture:- It
was held at Vigyan Bhawan on 15.04.2014
at Plenary Hall, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
Shri Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Chairman,
Governing Body, IIAS, Shimla, delivered
the Memorial Lecture on ““Eclipse at
Noon: Shadows over India’s Conscience”. The
D.P. Kohli Memorial Lecture is organized
annually in the honour of CBI’s founder
Director Late Shri D.P.Kholi. This also
marked the end of year long golden jubilee
celebrations of formation of CBI.
5.5.3WORKSHOP ON MARITIME
PIRACY
5.5.3.1 A three days workshop on Maritime
Piracy was held in CBI HQ from 26.09.2014
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to 28.09.2014. Piracy at sea is a worldwide
phenomenon which has not just affected the
coasts of India but also Africa, Indonesia,
Malaysia, Yemen, Venezuela etc. In India,
post 2008, maritime security operations have
gained significant importance.
5.5.3.2 CBI and BKA (the Federal Criminal
Police Office of Germany) organized a
workshop on “ Maritime Piracy” to exchange
best practices regarding cases of Maritime
Piracy, Kidnapping and Hostage-Taking
(Terrorist Activities included).
5.5.3.3 During the workshop, three German
Officers with experience and expertise in the
matter of maritime piracy delivered lectures
and made presentations on (a) BKA and
its role/mandate & (b) Case studies of
abduction, hostage-taking, extortion, piracy/
terrorism and related activities. Resource
persons from different State police agencies of the country and from IPSG & UNODCCounter Piracy programme also participated in the workshop.
Head of German delegation giving opening remarks at the Workshop on Maritime Piracy held at CBI
HQ on 26th September, 2014
Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI presenting memento to the officer from Germany during
the valedictory function of Workshop on ‘Maritime Piracy’ on 28th September, 2014, held at CBI HQ,
New Delhi
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5.5.4ONE DAY PROGRAMME OF
NDC IN CBI
5.5.4.1 The 54th Batch of trainee
officers of 47-week “National Security
and Strategic Studies” Course of National
Defence College (NDC) visited CBI Head
Office, New Delhi on 08.08.2014 and met
CBI Director Ranjit Sinha. In a first-ever
such meeting the delegates interacted Shri
Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI, and senior
CBI Officers to understand the working/
role of CBI and anti-corruption measures.
The participants belonged to Indian Armed
Forces, Civil Services & Armed Forces of
friendly countries like USA, UK, Germany,
France, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Mynamar,
Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Thailand, Brazil,
Oman, Egypt, Bhutan, Saudi Arabia, Kenya,
Bangladesh, Tanzania, Nigeria, Australia,
Israel, Nepal, Brunei, Japan.
54th National Defence College (NDC) Course Officers with the Director CBI.
5.5.5 DGPS-IGPS CONFERENCE 2014
5.5.5.1 The DGPs-IGPs Conference
2014 was held at Guwahati, Assam from
28.11.2014 to 30.11.2014. It was attended
by Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI, as a
delegate.
5.6VISIT OF DELEGATIONS TO CBI HEADQUARTERS
A delegation headed by Mr. Simon
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Bronitt, Director, Centre of Excellence in
Policing and Security (CEPS), Griffith
University, Australia visited the CBI HQ on
21.02.2014. Discussions were held to enter
into MoU with CEPS and CBI Academy,
Ghaziabad in the field of terrorism, cyber
terrorism, money laundering, corruptions,
sports corruption and people’s smuggling
and community policing.
Shri R.K.Dutta, Addl. Director CBI presenting memento to a member of the Australian delegation
A delegation headed by Shri Upendra
Kant Aryal, IGP/Nepal Police visited
the CBI Headquarter on 04.03.2014.
He held discussions with Director,
CBI regarding Human Trafficking,
Cyber Crime, and Economic Offences
beside Mutual Legal Assistance in
Criminal Matters (Letters Rogatory)
and pending extradition matters as
well as Red Notice Subjects.
Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI presenting memento to Shri Upendra Kant Aryal,
IGP/Nepal Police.
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A delegation headed by H.E. Dr.
Linus Von Castelmur, Ambassador
of Switzerland in India visited CBI
Office and met Director, CBI, on
02.05.2014. The delegation also
included Mr.Mario Affentranger,
Chief of Department of international
Treaties, Berne and Colonel Bruno
Russi, Defence Attache at the
Embassy in India.
Discussions
were held regarding signing new
MLAT between India-Switzerland,
cooperation in the field of
Enforcement and other bilateral
security issues.
H.E. Dr. Linus Von Castelmur, Ambassador of Switzerland in India
taking a tour of the CBI Gallery at CBI HQ.
Australian High Commissioner Mr. Patrick Suckling visited CBI, HQ, New Delhi
on 14.02.2014 and held discussions with Director, CBI regarding matters of
mutual interest.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI presenting memento to the Australian High Commissioner Mr.
Patrick Suckling at CBI HQ on 14th February, 2014.
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5.7VISITS OF CBI OFFICERS
ABROAD.
5.7.1 During the year 2014, a total number
of 67 CBI officers attended various international conferences/seminars/symposiums/
training courses, investigations, etc. as against
76 in 2013.
5.8LETTERS ROGATORY
(OUTGOING)
5.8.1 During the year 2014, a total of 75
LRs were sent abroad out of which 38
LRs pertain to CBI cases and 37 pertain
to State Law Enforcement and Central Law
Enforcement agencies.
5.8.2 During the period, in 15 LRs, Indian
Law Enforcement agencies confirmed full
execution of their LRs. These 15 LRs include
9 LRs of CBI and 6 of State Police and
other Law Enforcement Agencies.
5.8.3 Further, during 2014, 11 LRs were
either returned/withdrawn or disposed off.
These include 9 LRs of CBI and 2 LRs
of State Police Agencies.
5.8.4 As on 31.12.2014, a total of 292
LRs, are pending with other countries out
of which 203 pertain to CBI cases and 89
pertain to State Police and other Central
Law Enforcement Agencies.
5.8.5 The officers/officials of IPCU, in
close liaison with Australian Police Liaison
Officer, played a proactive role in getting
LRs issued by Tamil Nadu Police in Crime
No. 65/2008 & 133/2008 of Udayarpalayam
P.S. & Vikkaramanglam P.S. respectively, for
investigation in Australia of cases relating
to burglary & smuggling of large numbers
of antique idols of Hindu deities belonging
to Chola dynasty. The matter was regularly
followed up with Australian Authorities. This
has resulted in return of two antique idols
of Hindu deities in the year 2014. Australian
Prime Minister himself handed over antique
idols of Shivnatraja and Ardhanarishvara on
05.09.2014 to Sh. Narendra Modi, Prime
Minister of India.
5.9LETTERS ROGATORY (INCOMING)
5.9.1 During this period, 71 Letters Rogatory
were received from various countries requesting
to provide assistance in investigation of
criminal matters and execution reports in 54
cases were sent to MEA after receiving the
same from the various ILOs / CBI Branches
for onward transmission to the LEAs of the
requesting countries. Besides these, 4 cases
were closed, 4 were withdrawn by requesting
countries and 2 were returned unexecuted.
As on 31.12.2014, 77 LRs were pending for
execution.
5.10 ASSISTANCE IN FORMULATION/
NEGOTIATION OF TREATIES
5.10.1 IPCU has participated in the
negotiation of MLAT /Extradition treaties/
Joint Working Group meetings with the
following countries during the year 2014):
AZERBAIJAN
India and Azerbaijan signed a treaty
on mutual legal assistance in criminal
matters which will help improve
effectiveness in investigation of
transnational crimes including
terrorism. The treaty was signed
by Home Minister Sushil Kumar
Shinde and visiting Azerbaijani
Justice Minister Fikrat Mammadov.
Mutual Legal Assistance treaty
was one of the significant legal
instruments to improve effectiveness
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of the contracting states in investigation and prosecution of transnational crime
including terrorism by providing the necessary framework for assistance
Home Minister Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde and visiting Azerbaijani Justice Minister
Mr. Fikrat Mammadov signing the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty
KYRGYZSTAN
India and Kyrgyzstan signed a Mutual
Legal Assistance Treaty in Criminal
Matters – Exchange of Instrument of
Ratification. The treaty was signed
by H. E. Mr. Erlan Abdyldaev
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyz
Republic and Shri Salman Khurshid
the then External Affairs Minister,
India.
5.11 MEMORANDUM OF
UNDERSTANDING (MOUS) SIGNED BY CBI.
5.11.1 T h e C e n t r a l B u r e a u o f
Investigation (CBI) has signed its first ever
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
with the Netherlands Forensic Institute
(NFI) for cooperation in capacity-building
and training in Forensic Science.
Signing of MoU between CBI and Netherlands Forensic Institute.
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5.11.2 The MOU signed between the
Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL)
of the CBI and the NFI would “strengthen
and enhance” cooperation in the field of
Forensic Science Services and Forensic
Science Lab governance.
5 . 1 1 . 3 The MoU was signed by Shri
Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI and Netherlands
Ambassador to India His Excellency
Mr.Alphonsus Stoelinga. The MoU aims at
providing consultancy, training for Forensic
DNA Database (on the lines of the European
Forensic Data base) in India, capability,
capacity building in the field of digital forensics,
which includes Computer Forensics, Audio/
Video authentication, training, consultancy in
forensic laboratory processes, management
and crime scene management.
5.12EXTRADITION/DEPORTATION
5.12.1The data on Red Notice published,
Red Notice subjects arrested in India/ abroad
and Red Notice subject extradited to India
is as under :Red Notices published by NCBIndia during the year-2014
Fugitives wanted by India, arrested
in India in the year-2014
Fugitives wanted by India, arrested/
located abroad during 2014
Fugitives wanted by other countries,
arrested/located in India during 2014
75
Fugitives extradited/deported to
India from abroad during 2014
Fugitives extradited/deported from
India to abroad during 2014
09
21
22
07
02
5.13 NOTABLE CASES

Sunil Kumar Surendra Kumar Kakkad
(Red Notice No. A-5373/8-2013):-
A Red Notice against Sunil Kumar
Surendra Kumar Kakkad was
published on the request of Gujarat
Police for the offences of criminal
breach of trust, cheating and causing
disappearance of evidence. He
was arrested by Liberian Police on
21.06.2014 and extradited to India.
An Escort Team from Gujarat Police
went to Liberia and brought the
subject to India on 08.07.2014.
Ankoorbhai Sapurbhai (Red Notice
No.A-5389/8-2010):- A Red Notice
was published against Ankoorbhai
Sapurbhai on the request of
Gujarat Police for the offences
of rioting, murder, looting and
setting a house ablaze. Pursuant
to information received from the
Australian Authorities, the subject
was apprehended by the Gujarat
Police on his arrival at Mumbai
from Perth on 23.08.2014.
Jaskaran Singh @ Jassu:-Jaskaran
Singh Kalsi @ Jassu was wanted
by Punjab Police for the charges of
attempt to murder, house-trespass
after preparation for hurt, assault
or wrongful restraint, using a false
property mark, criminal conspiracy,
rioting, armed with deadly weapon
etc., under Section 307, 452, 148 and
149 of the Indian Penal Code. The
Australian Federal Police arrested
Mr.Jaskaran Singh Kalsi in Sydney
on 07.05.2014. An escort team
of Punjab Police went to Sydney
(Australia) and brought him back
to India on 15.09.2014.
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Ramandeep [email protected] (Red
Notice No.A-2933/4-2012):- A
Red Notice was published against
Ramandeep [email protected] on request
of Punjab Police because of his
involvement in 10 criminal cases
for the serious offences punishable
under Indian Penal Code, Unlawful
Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosive
Substances Act and Arms Act.
He was deported from Malaysia
and apprehended in Chennai on
05.11.2014 and Punjab Police took
over his custody on his arrival in
India.
Gurpreet Singh @ Gopi (Red Notice
No.A-8795/11-2014):- Gurpreet
Singh @ Gopi was wanted by
Punjab Police for the serious offences
punishable under Indian Penal Code,
Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act,
Explosive Substances Act and Arms
Act. A Red Notice was got published
within a few hours as there was an
urgent request from Punjab Police.
As there was leading information
regarding his location in Thailand,
request for Provisional Arrest was
also obtained from the Punjab Police
and transmitted to NCB–Bangkok
using the facilities of INTERPOL.
It was also transmitted to the CPV
Division, MEA and Embassy of India
in Thailand, to ensure his arrest in
Thailand. This swift action on the
part of NCB – India in coordination
with Punjab Police, Indian Mission,
led to his deportation from Thailand
and he was apprehended at IGI
Airport, New Delhi on 07.11.2014
and Punjab Police took his custody.
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Harminder Singh @ Mintu (Red
Notice No.A-8763/11-2014):Harminder Singh @ Mintu was
also wanted by Punjab Police in
connection with 10 criminal cases
for the serious offences punishable
under Indian Penal Code, Unlawful
Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosive
Substances Act and Arms Act. In
this case also, on the basis of an
urgent request received from Punjab
Police, Red Notice was published
against the subject within few hours.
Later, a request for Provisional
Arrest prepared by Punjab Police
was transmitted to NCB – Bangkok
using the facilities of INTERPOL
24x 7 networks. This prompt action
on the part of NCB – India in
coordination with Punjab Police, led
to his deportation from Thailand
and he was apprehended at IGI
Airport, New Delhi on 07.11.2014.
Later Punjab Police took over his
custody.
5.14 FUGITIVES DEPORTED/
EXTRADITED FROM INDIA
Amandeep Singh Dhami – US
National (Red Notice No.A-2868/92009):-The subject was wanted by
US authorities for the charges of
murder with use of firearm, discharge
of fire arm, causing great bodily
harm, attempted murder with use of
firearm. He was arrested by Punjab
Police on 29.11.2013. Being a US
National, the subject was deported
to USA on 28.02.2014, based on
the approval of Foreigner’s Division,
MHA, New Delhi.
Jayapaul Joseph Palanivel (Red
Notice No.A-4539/7-2010)–Indian
National:- The subject was wanted
by US authorities for the charges
of criminal sexual conduct in the
first degree with a maximum penalty
of 30 years imprisonment and/or $
40,000 fine. The subject was traced
by Tamil Nadu Police, arrested on
16.3.2012 and produced before the
Extradition Magistrate on 19.3.2012.
The subject has been extradited to
USA on 15.11.2014.
5.15 PASSPORT RELATED
INFORMATION DATA
EXCHANGE (PRIDE)
Passport Related Information Data Exchange
(PRIDE) which is the backbone of the
ministry’s ongoing Passport Seva Project.
CBI Interpol has been provided with access
to this database. The network is helpful
in locating accused/suspects on the basis
of the details available in the passport and
also beneficial for execution of tasks under
police to police cooperation.
5.16 MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS
5.16.1 During the period under review,
the four regional desks of NCB-India also
worked in close coordination with other
NCBs and rendered necessary guidance to
them on various issues.
5.15.1 The records of about 100 million
passports are maintained in the MEA’s
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CHAPTER-6
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CHAPTER-6
TECHNICAL & FORENSIC DIVISION
6.1CENTRAL FORENSIC SCIENCE
LABORATORY(CBI)
6.1.1The Central Forensic Science
Laboratory, (CBI) New Delhi was established
in the Year 1968 as a scientific department
to provide scientific support and services to
the investigation of crime. The Laboratory
is located at Block No.4, CGO Complex,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. Besides this,
the CFSL has Scientific Aids Unit located
at CBI Branch in Chennai and Mumbai.
The Central Forensic Science Laboratory,
CBI, New Delhi today is one of the most
comprehensive Laboratories in the country
with 10 fully equipped Divisions namely
Ballistics, Biology & DNA Profiling unit,
Chemistry, Documents, Finger Print, Forensic
Psychology, Photo, Physics, Serology and
Computer Forensics.
6.1.2 The Laboratory has a sanctioned
strength of 182 Scientific & Ministerial Staff
and allocated Budget Grant of Rs.1,33,900/(in thousands) for the year 2014-2015 (B.E).
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6.2 JURISDICTION
6.2.1 CFSL, CBI, New Delhi is a scientific
department under the administrative control
of CBI and overall control of the Ministry
of Home Affairs with the Govt. of India.
CFSL undertakes the scientific analysis of
crime exhibits referred by CBI, Delhi Police,
Judiciary and Vigilance Departments of
Ministries & Undertakings & State/Central
Govt. Departments. The experts of CFSL
examine the exhibits forwarded by the
Investigating Agencies and render expert
opinion and substantiate their opinions in the
Court of Law through court testimony and
evidence. Services of the scientific experts
of this Laboratory are also utilized at the
scene of crime throughout India by CBI
for detection of physical clues. Scientists/
experts also impart training to the CBI
Investigating Officers and to other trainees
of Forensic Science. The laboratory also
undertakes R & D work related to art &
skill developments in forensic science.
6.3COURT ATTENDANCE AND
SCENE OF CRIME VISITS
6.3.1 The Laboratory scientists gave expert
testimony in 517cases in Courts in Delhi
and other parts of India and examined 360
scenes of crimes at Delhi and outside for
scientific investigation of crimes. During
the year 2014, in addition to these, the
regular support service in forensic science
were provided to Delhi Police, CBI and
Judicial Courts. Forensic assistance was
also provided to Directorate of Revenue
Intelligence, Banks, Cabinet Secretariat Board
and other public undertakings.
6.4CASE STATISTICS
6.4.1 CASES RECEIVED DURING THE
YEAR 2014
1.Cases pending as on
January 01, 2014 - 826
2.Cases received from 1st January
2014 to 31st December 2014 - 1979
6.4.2 CASES REPORTED DURING THE
YEAR 2014
1. CBI
-
984
2. Delhi Police -
620
3. Others
-
269
:
1873
Total
6.4.3 Cases pending as on 31-12-14 : 932
STATISTICS OF COURT ATTENDED, CRIME SCENE VISITED AND EXHIBITS
EXAMINED IN CFSL(CBI) DURING THE YEAR 2014
(01.01.2014 TO 31.12.2014)
NAME OF THE DIVISION
COURT
ATTENDED
CRIME
SCENE
VISITED
EXHIBITS EXAMINED
Internally
forwarded
BALLISTICS
35
19
9432
0
BIOLOGY
10
53
28935
0
CHEMISTRY
72
12
859
0
DOCUMENT
70
0
48956
0
FINGER PRINT
18
60
35371
0
FPD
11
4
398
0
PHOTO
24
128
672
77776
PHYSICS
205
57
1025414
0
SEROLOGY
3
3
9540
0
CFD
10
2
927
19
SAU CHENNAI DOCUMENT
45
0
10455
0
FPD
0
0
22
0
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PHOTO
0
20
7522
0
SAU MUMBAI DOCUMENT
10
0
9634
0
FINGER PRINT
4
2
16535
0
FPD
0
0
89
PHOTO
0
0
11230
0
TOTAL
517
360
1215991
77795
6.5 INITIATIVE TOWARDS QUALITY
ASSURANCE
6.5.1The Central Forensic Science
Laboratory, CBI, New Delhi is committed
to quality work for all its functional
disciplines. The CFSL (CBI), New Delhi has
been accredited by National Accreditation
Board for Test & Calibration Laboratories
(NABL) under Department of Science &
Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi as
per Quality System conforming to ISO IEC
17025 and National Accreditation Board for
Test & Calibration Laboratories (NABL) 113.
The Laboratory has prepared Comprehensive
QualityManual and Working Procedures
Manuals for analytical and scientific test
to be carried out in respect of varieties
of crime exhibits referred to each of its
Division. During the year congruency checks
were made in 1800 cases (approximately).
The Quality Manual was revised as per the
requirement of NABL. The new standard
proforma i.e. ISO IEC 17025 – 2005 has been
introduced in the laboratory. The instruments
used for analysis work of the crime exhibits
have been calibrated through a NABL
accredited agencies. Internal auditing was
carried out by nominated internal auditors in
all the divisions of CFSL to check the quality
system, laboratory management as well as
the documentation processes. During the year
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2013, management review was carried out
by the top management personnel to take
necessary corrective actions in the processes
where ever required. Awareness drive was
also carried out in the laboratory about the
ongoing quality assurance programme. The
laboratory is committed to adhere strictly
to its quality policy to provide – Assured
Quality Services of certified standards to
the public as well as to the Investigating
Agencies and Judiciaries in order to deduce
effective remedial solutions of the intricacies
related to forensic investigation of crime
cases of any type and properdispensation
of justice.
6.6 L A T E S T
IMPORTANT
EQUIPMENTS PROCURED
6.6.1Real time PCR System in DNA
Profiling Unit.
6.7 E X I S T I N G
FACILITIES
EXAMINATION
6.7.1 The CFSL (CBI), New Delhi has
the following divisions which are providing
forensic support services to the various
Investigating Agencies in scientific analysis of
exhibits and collection/detection of relevant
6.8BALLISTICS DIVISION
6.8.1 The Division is equipped with requisite
technology and expertise to handle cases of
firearms and explosives. The work involves
examination of firearms to determine the
nature and type of weapons used in the
crime; range of firing, linking fired bullets/
cartridge cases with the suspect weapons
and checking of mechanism of the weapon
for the evidence of accidental discharge.
6.8.2The work relating to explosives
involves the examination and opinion
on explosives (Civil, Military and IEDs)
explosive devices used in crime, public
disorder, riots,police firing, encounters re-
physical clues from scenes of crime. The
scientists of the laboratory are put to rigorous
trainings in India and abroad in order to
upgrade the existing forensic skills and to
induct innovative technologies in the field
of Forensic Science.
construction of scene of crime/explosion
laboratory analysis of explosives and their
detection. For upgradation of the working
of explosives and explosion residue analysis,
this Division incorporated more sophisticated
instruments like HPLC System (High
Performance Liquid Chromatography).
6.9BIOLOGY AND DNA PROFILING
DIVISION
6.9.1 The division is equipped with the
technologies and expertise to carry out all
types of analytical work related to forensic
biology. The biological analysis being carried
out in the division includes detection and
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establishment of any types of biological
fluids like blood, semen, saliva, urine, sweat
and milk. Further, the laboratory has been
fabricated to carryout accurate microscopic
examinations related to hair, fiber, tissue
and botanical exhibits. In addition to the
above, the DNA Profiling Laboratory is
being operated under the supervision of
Biology Division. The high tech DNA
Profiling Laboratory of Biology division
is operational and is receiving all types
of biological samples from CBI as well
as from State Govt., and Judiciary.
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6.11 DOCUMENT DIVISION
6.9.2 The reported cases are of various
nature namely murder/homicides, suicides,
assault, unnatural sexual offences, dacoity,
robbery and others including Arms Act,
theft, riot, Prevention of damage of property
Act, etc.
6.11.1 In the Document division,
examination of hand writing, signatures,
type scripts, rubber stamp impressions, seal
impressions, examination of counterfeit
currency notes and lotter y tickets,
determination of interpolation, substitution,
addition, over writings, decipherment of
the mechanically and chemically erased
writings, decipherment of invisible ink,
re-construction of the charred and burnt
documents, determination of the order of
the sequence of the strokes at the point of
intersections, examination of torn or serrated
edges of paper and comparison with their
counterparts, determination of the absolute
or relative age of the documents, examination
of ink, paper and writing implements etc.
are carried out.
6.10 CHEMISTRY DIVISION
6.12 FINGERPRINT DIVISION
6.10.1 The Division consists of Toxicology,
Narcotics and General Chemical Analysis
Sections. This division is equipped with hightech analytical equipments and undertakes
Chemical Analysis of exhibits such as viscera,
biological fluids, trap cases, dowry death
cases, petroleum products, acids and various
other miscellaneous exhibits referred by the
Investigating Agencies. Viscera including
biological fluids are examined for poison
detection in cases of homicides and suicides
which are referred by the Investigating
Agencies namely CBI, Delhi Police, the
Hon’ble Courts and from other parts of
the Country. Research and Development
activities to meet case needs also form a
part of the programme in bringing up the
latest techniques and instrumental methods
of analysis.
6.12.1 The Finger Print division provides
services to all branches of CBI with
reference to examination of questioned
thumb impressions, crime scene visits for
chance prints, developments of latent prints,
preparation of specimen ten digit finger prints
of accused/suspects & deposition in Courts.
The available resources are also tapped by
Delhi Police and judicial courts and other
Central Government Departments for similar
purposes in important crime investigation.
High Power laser beam light sources and
portable equipment namely High Intensity
Light Source for development of chance
prints at the scene of crime was inducted
in this division.
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6.13 FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY DIVISION
6.13.1 In India CFSL, CBI, New Delhi is
the first one to establish a full-fledged Forensic
Psychology Division. Since 1973, examinations
of approximately 11500 + subjects have been
conducted for detection of psycho-physiological
deception. The Division extends its services
not only to the CBI, but also to the Delhi
Police and other law enforcement agencies of
the country in almost all the cases of national
importance. The Forensic Psychology division
maintains latest version of Computerized
(Desktop and Laptop) Polygraph equipments.
Laptop Polygraph equipment has been used
in conducting the polygraph examination of
the subjects at various other places (even in
jail) outside Delhi.
6.13.2
The Division carried out
Personality Assessments, Criminal Profiling
in investigation of some of the important
cases of CBI. The division has initiated
action programme for induction of the
state-of-the-art technology for analysis of
information present in the brain X of the
subject. Its installation will be helpful in
the investigation of crime.
6.14 PHOTO & SCIENTIFIC AID DIVISION
6.14.1 Photography Division provides scientific
supports to all divisions of CFSL/CBI in the
examination of crime exhibits, conferences
& seminars. Videography and General
Photography includes coverage of scenes of
crime and close-up photographs. Experts of
the division also provide the expert opinions
on questioned photo prints. Recording and
play the CDs/Audio/video cassette is done
in the Courts throughout India. In addition
to transfer of analog video data in digital
form, Photo division has latest state-of-arttechnology video measurement system to
examine the authenticity of video films.
6.15 PHYSICS DIVISION
6.15.1 In Physics division different types of
examinations are carried out like examination
of paint, glass, soil, fibers, metallic pieces,
threads and ropes, cloth pieces, struggle mark
and cut marks on cloth, knot examination,
examination of metallic seals, postal seals,
deciphering of erased chassis and engine
number of vehicles, registration plate of
vehicles, examination of tool marks, etc. The
division is also carrying out the examination
of telephonic and direct recording in respect
of Speaker Identification. A very advanced
version of computerized Voice Spectrograph
namely Computerized Speech Lab Model CSL4500 has been acquired and is being used
for analysis of Speaker Identification cases.
6.15.2 In addition to these activities, the
Physics division visits the scene of crime and
also undertakes the task of reconstruction of
scene of crime on regular basis. The division
has undertaken new project work in the
field of Noise reduction/signal enhancement
and Audio tape Authentication.
6.16 SEROLOGY DIVISION
6.16.1 The scientific support provided by the
Serology division includes the determination
of origin & species of body fluids, tissues,
saliva, semen and other body materials. The
reported cases consist of murder, causing
death due to negligence, culpable homicide
not amounting to murder, attempt to
murder causing hurt, sexual offences (Rape/
Sodomy), inquiry into cause of death, and
of miscellaneous nature.
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6.17 COMPUTER FORENSIC DIVISION
6.17.1 Computer Forensic Division started
functioning since January 2004. Its main
objectives are preservation, identification,
extraction and documentation of computer
evidence in various Computer related crimes
forwarded to the laboratory. Computer
Forensics involves the use of sophisticated
technology tools and procedures. The
accuracy of evidence processing procedures
may be ensured by using multiple software
hardware tools developed by separate and
independent developers. The use of different
tools which have been developed to validate
results is important to avoid inaccuracies
introduced by potential software design flaws
and software bugs. The accuracy of the result
is of prime importance and therefore cross
validation through the use of multiple tools
and techniques is standard protocols in the
laboratory. Validation through the use of
multiple software tools and procedures by
the computer experts eliminate the potential
problem.
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6.18 SCIENTIFIC AID UNIT 6.18.1 Three additional Scientific Support
Units one each at Kolkata, Mumbai and
Chennai under the administrative control of
CFSL, New Delhi have been created. Both
the units at Mumbai and Chennai are under
operation. The infrastructure development
work at Kolkata unit is under active progress
and is expected to resume operation shortly.
6.19 THE FUTURE GROWTH
6.19.1 The laboratory is concentrating
its efforts to update the technology and
infrastructure by new state-of- the- art
technology. The procurement of new
technology for the division namely (1) Brain
Finger printing (2) Toxicology (3) Analog/
Digital Audio/Video analysis is in process.
Initiatives have been taken for Quality
management system, Technical upgradations,
calibration systems, etc. Currently the Metro
SAU units are in operation with only four
divisions. However future efforts shall be
initiated to convert these SAU units to full
fledged Forensic Labs catering the needs
of the respective zones.
6.20 ADMINISTRATION
DIVISION - ANNUAL BUDGET
6.20.1 The following are the budget for the year 2014-2015, allotted for CFSL(CBI)
New Delhi.
Non-Plan
Budget Estimate 2014-2015
(In thousands)
Head of Account
Revenue Section
Salary
80,000
Overtime Allowance
30
Medical
1300
D.T.E.
4700
F.T.E.
500
Office Expenses
4500
OAE
200
Petrol, Oil & Lubricant
200
Advt. & Publicity
300
Minor Works
970
Professional Services
300
Advertising & Publicity
500
IT Office Expenses
300
93300
Total
Capital Section
Motor Vehicle
600
Machinery & Equipment
40000
Total
40600
Grand Total
133900
Plan
Head of Account
OAE
Minor Works
Machinery & Equipment
Total
Budget Estimate 2014-2015
(In thousands)
1500
6000
27500
35000
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CHAPTER-7
HUMAN RESOURCE & BUDGET
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CHAPTER-7
HUMAN RESOURCE & BUDGET
7.1 HUMAN RESOURCE
7.1.1 The total sanctioned strength of CBI
as on December 31, 2014 was 6676 against
which 5676 officers were in position with
1000 posts lying vacant. The vacancies
existed in the ranks of Special /Additional
Director (2), Joint Director (3), Deputy
Inspector General of Police (13), Senior
Superintendent of Police(09), Superintendent
of Police (20), Additional Superintendent
of Police (21), Deputy Superintendent of
Police (38), Inspector (234), Sub-Inspector
(133), Assistant Sub-Inspector (08), Head
Constable (29), Constable (162). The posts
of 79 Law Officers, 95 Technical Officers
(Including 30 Technical Officers working on
contract basis), 160 Ministerial Staff and
24 Canteen staff at various levels were also
lying vacant. A Comparative Manpower
Chart for last three years is given below:
7.2 INDUCTION
7.2.1Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, IPS
|(BH:1979) took over as Director, CBI on
03.12.2014.
7.2.2Ms.
84
Archana
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Ramasundaram,
IPS (TN:1980) joined as AD, CBI on
08.05.2014.
7.2.3 The following IRS officers joined CBI
on deputation as Deputy Inspector General
of Police on the dates mentioned against each:Sl. No. Name of Officer S/Shri
Date of joining CBI on deputation
1
Sanjiv Gautam, IRS, (Custom & Central
27.05.2014
Excise:1995)
7.2.4 The following IPS officers joined CBI on deputation as Superintendent of Police
on the dates mentioned against each :Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name of Officers S/Shri
Sujeet Kumar, IPS (BH :2006)
Prem Kumar Gautam, IPS (UP:2005)
Upendra Kumar Agarawal, IPS (UP:2005)
Nisith Mishra, IPS (MH:2004)
Pankaj Kamboj, IPS (JH:2005)
Rajasekhara N., IPS (NL:2007)
Braja Kishore Singh, IPS (AGMU:2004)
R. Gopala Krishna Rao, IPS (MT:2005)
Date of joining CBI on deputation
03.01.2014
28.01.2014
28.01.2014
01.04.2014
13.06.2014
16.07.2014
22.07.2014
13.08.2014
7.2.5 The following officers joined CBI on deputation as Deputy Superintendent of
Police on the dates mentioned against each :Sl. No. Name of Officer S/Shri
1
S.K.Yadav, (SSB)
Date of joining CBI on deputation
09.01.2014
7.2.6 In addition to above, induction was also made in the following ranks:Sl. No. Ranks
1
2
3
4
Administration Officer
S.L.I.A
Inspector
Head Constable
5
Constable
No. of officials inducted in CBI
on deputation basis
01
01
29
02
137
7.2 EXTENSION IN DEPUTATION TENURE
Sl. No. Rank
1
Inspector
No. of Extensions received
47
7.3 PROMOTION
7.4.1 The following officers working in CBI as Senior Superintendent of Police were
promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police in CBI on the dates
mentioned against each:
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Sl. No. Name of Officers (S/Shri)
1
D.S.Shukla, CBI
2
Ramnish, CBI
Date of appointment
25.08.2014
25.08.2014
7.4.2 The following Additional Superintendents of Police were promoted to the rank
of Superintendent of Police in CBI:Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Name of Officers S/Shri
O.P.Parida
B.P.Bagchi
N.S.Yadav
Harikesh
Ashok Babu
U.K.Goswami
Karnail Singh
H.S.Gurawaria
S.Vellaipandi
P.S.Nair
A.K.Singh
Sharanjit Singh Sandhu
Bal Krishan Birdi (SC)
T.Thangazalian (ST)
Raman Tyagi
Desh Deepak
Date of promotion
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
07.05.2014
08.05.2014
08.05.2014
12.05.2014
31.12.2014
31.12.2014
31.12.2014
31.12.2014
31.12.2014
7.4.3 The following Deputy Superintendents of Police were promoted to the rank of
Additional Superintendent of Police in CBI:- Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
86
Name of Officers S/Shri
D.M. Sharma
Ajay Kumar Sharma
Arijit De
S.C.Shukla
S.K.Tripathy
Ajay Kumar Jha
Subhash Ramrup Singh
Ashesh Kumar
Prasanjit Ray
Ranjan Kumar Sethy
Ashok Kumar
Chander Deep
Lelkholam Hangshing
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Date of promotion
30.04.2014
30.04.2014
30.04.2014
30.04.2014
25.06.2014
25.06.2014
June’2014
25.06.2014
25.06.2014
25.06.2014
25.06.2014
June’2014
26.06.2014
14
15
16
17
18
Sarla Dass Mishra
Avnish Kumar Chanda
Gajanand Bairwa
Nganingpam Khamrang
P.Balacshandran, DSP has been promoted to the
rank of ASP wef. 08.06.2011. Order issued on
09.06.2014.
30.06.2014
02.07.2014
June’2014
June’2014
08.06.2011
7.4.4 The following CBI Officers/Officials at various levels were promoted:Sl. No. Ranks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Inspector to Deputy Superintendent of Police
Deputy Legal Advisor to Addl. Legal Advisor
Senior Public Prosecutor to Deputy Legal Advisor
Public Prosecutor to Senior Public Prosecutor
Assistant Public Prosecutor to Public Prosecutor
Assistant Programmer to Programmer
Crime Assistant to Office Superintendent
Steno Grade-I to Private Secretary
Sub-Inspector to Inspector
Head Constable to Assistant Sub-Inspector
Constable to Head Constable
Upper Division Clerk to Crime Assistant
Lower Division Clerk to Upper Division Clerk
Steno Grade-II (SCS) to Steno Grade-I (PA)
MTS to Lower Division Clerk
No. of Officers/ officials
promoted
26
06
09
08
05
02
05
04
45
35
62
04
10
04
06
7.5 DIRECT RECRUITMENT
7.5.1 The posts filled in different ranks under direct recruitment are furnished below
in tabular form:Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Ranks
Senior Public Prosecutor
Public Prosecutor
Assistant Programmer
Sub-Inspector
Jr. Translator
Steno Grade-II (SCS)
Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)
No. of candidates appointed
01
04
01
20 (LDCE)
33
64
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7.5.2 The following officials were recruited on contractual basis:Sl. No. Designation
1
Inspector (Pairvi Officer)
2
Steno Gr.II
Total No.
15
42
7.5.3 The following officers have re-joined on lien:
Sl. No. Name of Officer
S/Shri
1
Inspector
7.6
Date of employment
02
COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT
7.6.1 The posts filled in different ranks on compassionate grounds are furnished below
in tabular form:-
S. No.
1
2
Ranks
LDC
MTS
No. of candidates appointed
05
02
7.7 VACANCIES
7.7.1 Vacancy position in the beginning of the year 2014 as well as at the end of
December, 2014 in all ranks (Executive, Legal, Ministerial & Technical) is reflected
under Annexure-A.
7.8 ABSORPTION
7.8.1 The following officers/officials absorbed in CBI in different ranks are furnished
below :-
S. No.
1
Rank
Deputy Supdt. of Police
No. of officer/official absorbed
01
7.9 REPATRIATION/RETIREMENT/RESIGNATION/DISMISSAL/REMOVAL/ DEATH
7.9.1 The following officers left CBI on account of Repatriation/Retirement. The event with
date of their leaving CBI is mentioned against each:Director
S.No.
1
88
Name of the Officer
S/Shri
Ranjit Sinha, IPS(BH:1974)
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Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Retirement
02.12.2014
Joint Director
S.No.
1
2
Name of the Officers S/Shri
S. Javeed Ahmad, IPS (UP:1984)
Anil Palta, IPS (JH:1990)
Event of leaving
Repatriation
Repatriation
Date of leaving
17.06.2014
28.11.2014
Event of leaving
Premature
Repatriation
Repatriation
Premature
Repatriation
Repatriation
Premature
Repatriation
Repatriation
Repatriation
Repatriation
Date of leaving
17.02.2014
Repatriation
To join as PS to the
Union Minister for
HRD, Govt. of India
23.08.2014
19.09.2014
Deputy Inspector General of Police
S.No.
1
Name of the Officers S/Shri
G. Nageswara Rao, IPS (PB:1995)
2
3
Sujeet Pandey, IPS (UP:1994)
S.K. Bhagat, IPS (UP:1998)
4
5
Nilabh Kishore, IPS (PB:1998)
C. Easwaramoorthy, IPS
(TN:1998)
6
7
8
Dinendra Kashyap, IPS (KL:1998)
Mahipal Yadav, IPS (KL:1997)
Ms. D. Vidya Kulkarni, IPS
(TN:1998)
Arun Bothra, IPS (OR:1996)
Ms. Binita Thakur, IPS (RJ:1996)
9
10
28.02.2014
24.03.2014
15.04.2014
31.05.2014
19.06.2014
19.06.2014
Superintendent of Police
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name of the Officers
S/Shri
D.C. Dwivedi, CBI
Ravinder Singh, CBI
O.P. Parida, CBI
L.M. Majhi, CBI
S.C. Gupta, CBI
N.S. Yadav, CBI
S.P.S. Dutta, CBI
Harikesh, CBI
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
Retirement
30.06.2014
30.06.2014
31.07.2014
31.07.2014
31.10.2014
31.10.2014
30.11.2014
30.11.2014
Event of leaving
Retirement
Death
Date of leaving
30.04.2014
10.10.2014
Additional Superintendent of Police
S.No.
1
2
Name of the Officers S/Shri
S.C. Shukla, CBI
A.G.L. Kaul, CBI
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Deputy Superintendent of Police
S.No.
Name of the Officers S/Shri
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
1
Radhe Shyam, CBI
Vol. Retirement
31.01.2014
2
M.C. Kashyap, CBI
Vol. Retirement
06.02.2014
3
Smt. Suman Lata, CBI
Retirement
28.02.2014
4
Debasish Dhar, CBI
Repatriation
10.03.2014
5
Dilip Chakraborty, CBI
Retirement
31.03.2014
6
U.K. Chaudhary, CBI
Retirement
30.04.2014
7
D.V. Tripathy, CBI
Retirement
30.06.2014
8
Arjun Singh, CBI
Premature
Repatriation
30.06.2014
9
Salil Kapoor, CBI
Premature
Repatriation
12.08.2014
10
K. Rajagopalan, CBI
Retirement
31.08.2014
11
T.K. Roy Chaudhary, CBI
Retirement
31.08.2014
12
D.K. Bali, CBI
Vol. Retirement
01.09.2014
13
S.S. Ali, CBI
Dismissed from
service
31.10.2014
Additional Legal Advisor
S.No.
Name of the Officers S/Shri
1
K. Sudhakar
2
Parth Tapaswi
3
Mohinder Singh
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Retirement
31.10.2014
Vol. Retirement
28.11.2014
Retirement
30.11.2014
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Deputy Legal Advisor
S.No.
Name of the Officers S/Shri
1
D.K. Srivastava
Dismissed from
service
25.06.2014
2
R. Soundarajan
Retirement
30.09.2014
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Retirement
31.05.2014
Event of leaving
Date of leaving
Resignation
02.05.2014
Senior Public Prosecutor
S.No.
1
Name of the Officer S/Shri
G.V.Swamy Gond
Public Prosecutor
S.No.
1
90
Name of the Officer S/Shri
Rajesh Kumar
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7.9.2 The number of officers/officials in other ranks, who left CBI in the year 2014
on account of Repatriation/Retirement/Resignation/Voluntary Retirement/Death are
indicated in table below:S.No.
Ranks
Event of leaving
No. of Officer/Officials
left CBI
1
Programmer
Repatriation
1
2
Assistant Programmer
Resignation
1
3
Office Superintendent
Retirement
Death
3
1
4
Senior Private Secretary
Retirement
1
5
Private Secretary
Retirement
1
6
Inspector
Retirement
Vol. Retirement
Repatriation
Dismissal
Comp. Retirement
Death
10
05
45
02
01
01
7
Pairvi Officer
Resignation
Service Termination
06
30
8
Crime Assistant
Retirement
08
9
Sub-Inspector
Retirement
Tech. Resignation
Resignation
Dismissal
Removal
Reversion
Death
04
07
06
02
01
01
01
10
UDC
Retirement
Vol. Retirement
Resignation
01
01
04
11
LDC
Retirement
Resignation
Repatriation
Death
03
22
01
01
12
Steno Grade-I (PA)
Retirement
04
13
Steno Grade-II (SCS)
Retirement
Vol. Retirement
Resignation
01
01
12
14
Astt. Sub-Inspector
Retirement
Repatriation
12
05
15
Hd. Constable
Retirement
Repatriation
03
15
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16
Constable
Retirement
Repatriation
Vol. Retirement
Compl. Retirement
Death
02
138
02
01
04
17
Multi Tasking Staff
(MTS)
Retirement
Resignation
Death
01
01
01
18
Tea Maker
Retirement
01
7.10 DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTION COMMITTEE
7.10.1 During the year 2014, 22 Departmental Promotion Committee/Review Departmental
Promotion Committee were held in which 253 CBI Officers/Officials of various ranks
were promoted. The details are as follow:S. No.
92
DPC meeting held to consider
promotion to the ranks of
Date of DPC held
Persons
benefited
1
Dy. Inspector General
16.05.2014
02
2
Supdt. of Police
02.04.2014
18.12.2014
11
05
3
Addl. Supdt. of Police
28.04.2014
16.10.2014
17
01
4
Dy. Supdt. of Police
10.10.2014
25
5
Addl. Legal Advisor
07.04.2014
05
6
Dy. Legal Advisor
29.09.2014
09
7
Sr. Public Prosecutor
18.07.2014
10
8
Public Prosecutor
17.04.2014
06
9
Programmer
27.10.2014
02
10
Inspector
16.01.2014
45
11
Office Supdt.
09.04.2014
05
12
Upper Division Clerk
29.01.2014
15.09.2014
24.11.2014
01
04
04
13
Lower Division Clerk
26.06.2014
04
14
Astt. Sub-Inspector
28.04.2014
26.08.2014
26.08.2014
07
19
09
15
Head Constable
15.09.2014
15.09.2014
43
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7.10.2
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Confirmation
Ranks
LDC
Sub-Inspector
Steno Gr.II
Asstt. Programmer
Sr.Public Prosecutor
Public Prosecutor
Date of DPC meeting
29.01.2014
23.04.2014
23.04.2014
04.06.2014
20.08.2014
20.08.2014
Persons
benefited
16
58
04
05
12
06
7.10.305 Limited Departmental Competitive Examinations were conducted. The details
are given as under:S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
Name of the Examination
For appointment of Sub-Inspector.
For promotion of Hd. Const. to the grade of ASI.
For promotion of Const. to the grade of Hd. Constable.
For promotion of LDC to the grade of UDC.
For appointment of MTS to the grade of LDC.
Date
21-22.06.2014
28.06.2014
12.07.2014
27.07.2014
22.11.2014
7.11 FINANCIAL UPGRADATION UNDER MACP SCHEME.
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Ranks
Sr. Public Prosecutor
Public Prosecutor
Inspector
Asstt. Sub-Inspector
Hd. Constable
Constable
Private Secretary (PS)
Steno Grade-I (Personal Assistant)
Steno Grade-II (SCS)
Crime Assistant (CA)
Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)
Sr. Translator
Data Entry Operator (DEO)
Asstt. Canteen Manager
Canteen Clerk
Bearer
Total No.
5
3
38
05
24
58
03
12
16
14
19
11
09
01
01
01
01
04
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7.12TRAINING
7.12.1 The following officers/officials of CBI have undergone training during the period:S. No.
1
2
3
4
Cadre
Sub-Inspector
Steno Grade-II (SCS)
Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
MTS
Number
20
01
25
01
7.13BUDGET
7.13.1 CBI, including International Police Cooperation Unit, was allocated funds in
2014-15:(Rs. in crore)
Heads
Plan( Revenue)
Plan (Capital)
Non- Plan (Revenue)
Non-Plan (Capital)
BE 2014-15
Tentative RE
2014-15
Exp. as on
31.12.2014
Exp. as % of
Tentative RE
10.70
69.00
437.86
3.00
7.23
58.25
442.50
3.00
1.10
36.90
343.50
2.41
15.21
63.34
77.62
80.33
7.14 CBI BUILDINGS AND OTHERS
7.14.1 The CBI has undertaken various
project for the construction of office-cumresidential complex at various places, which
include office-cum-residential complex at
Goa, office-cum-residential complex at
Thiruvananthapuram, office-cum-residential
complex at Bandra-Kurla at Mumbai,
office-cum-residential complex at Lucknow,
office-cum-residential complex at Raipur,
Photographs of under construction Residential and
CBI Office complex at Imphal.
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office-cum-residential complex at Pune,
office-cum-residential complex at Imphal,
office-cum-residential complex at Guwahati,
office complex at SCB Patna, Conference
Hall and Guest House at Jaipur, Safe houses
in 20 branches. Modernization work has
also been undertaken in CBI branches for
enhancement of its intelligence collection and
surveillance capabilities, modernization of
investigation tools and kits and enhancement
of mobility by provisions of motor vehicles.
Photographs of under construction CBI Office complex at Mumbai
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI inaugurating the newly constructed CBI Office Complex at Patna.
7.15 BENEVOLENT FUND
7.15.1 There is a corpus of Rs.93,03,155/in the CBI Benevolent fund as in December,
2014. During the year 2014, a sum of
Rs.15,13,857/- was disbursed to the various
members of CBI Benevolent Fund as Relief
to meet expenditure pertaining to deaths of
subscribers/their dependent members, higher
education of children, medical expenses, etc.
A sum of Rs.31,75,000/- was disbursed as
loan for organizing marriage ceremonies.
Details of relief/loan sanctioned by Central
Managing Committee of CBI Benevolent
Fund are mentioned below:-
Education
(Rs.)
Medical
(Rs.)
Funeral
(Rs.)
Loan
(Rs.)
Others
(Rs.)
Total
(Rs.)
8,36,500/-
40,857/-
5,60,500/-
31,75,000/-
76,000/-
46,88,857/-
7.16 WELFARE MEASURES
7.16.1 A workshop on early detection of
breast cancer for lady officers/officials was
organized in CBI HQ Building, New Delhi
on 06.05.2014. A lecture was delivered by
Dr. Anita Khokar, Professor, Safdarjung
Hospital, New Delhi. 160 CBI lady officers/
officials attended the workshop.
Workshop on Breast Cancer held at CBI HQ on
6th May 2014.
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7.16.2 A free of cost Eye and Dental check-up camp was organized in CBI HQ
Building from 28.05.2014 to 30.05.2014 in association with Vasan Eye Care and Fortis
Hospital, New Delhi. 1037 CBI personnel got their medical check-up done.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI & Shri Anil Kumar Sinha, Special Director, CBI during Dental and Eye checkup camp in association with Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh at CBI HQ on 28th May 2014.
Shri Manish K. Sinha, Deputy Director (Admn.), CBI presenting memento to the Doctor on the occasion of closing of
Dental and Eye camp at CBI HQ on 30th May 2014.
Eye Camp organized at CBI Chennai on 10.01.2014
7.16.3 Bada Khana was organized on April
1st, 2014 as part of CBI Day Celebration.
Language Committee were held to monitor
the implementation of various provisions
of Official Language Act, 1963 and rules
made thereunder and to suggest measures
to achieve the targets prescribed in Annual
Programme of the Department of Official
Language.
7.17 PROGRESSIVE USE IN HINDI
7.17.1 For the implementation of
programmes for progressive use of Hindi
in official work, regular meetings of Official
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7.17.2 Inspections of all the Sections
in Admin. Division were carried out to
assess progressive use of Hindi and Unicode
software was installed in the computers
of Administration Division. A workshop
was also organized on 13.06.2014 on topic
“Rajbhasha Rules and Regulations” and how
to use Hindi progressively on computers.
Cr.P.C., 1973 were issued bilingually.
7.17.3 All documents under 3 (3) of
Official Language Act, 1963 were issued
bilingually i.e. both in Hindi and English.
7.17.8 To create consciousness amongst
the Officials and to accelerate the use of
Hindi in official work, Hindi fortnight was
organized from 01.09.2014 to 14.09.2014.
During the period, 04 competitions were
organized on Hindi Essay writing, Hindi
Noting/Drafting and knowledge of Hindi
Language. A total of 12 officials were given
awards on the basis of their performance
on 31.10.2014 in these competitions.
7.17.4 Charge sheets and statements of
accused and witnesses in various CBI Cases
were translated from English to Hindi and
vice versa.
7.17.5 During the year, all legal
Notifications under D.S.P.E. Act, 1946 and
7.17.6 Annual Report of CBI for the
year 2013 was translated in Hindi
7.17.7 A proposal has been agreed upon
with Kendriya Hindi Prashikshan Sansthan,
Department of Official Language, New Delhi
for in house training in Hindi Typing.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI presenting certificate to awardee on occasion of Hindi Divas at CBI
HQ on 30th October, 2014.
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7.18 LOANS AND ADVANCES
Nature of Loan/ Advances
No. of persons to whom loan/
advance granted
Total amount of
advance granted.
Motor Car Advance
1
Rs.1,80,000
Computer Advance
36
Rs.10,80,000
Motor Cycle /Scooter Advance
69
Rs.20,90,000
Festival Advance
146
Rs.5,47,500
7.19 GPF ADVANCE / PART FINAL WITHDRAWALS
Advance / Withdrawal
No. of sanctions issued
GPF Advance
28
Rs.17,82,772
GPF Withdrawal
225
Rs.3,78,13,500
7.20 MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT
7.22MOBILITY
7.20.1 During the year, sanctions
amounting to Rs. 17.14 Lacs were issued for
reimbursement under “Medical Treatment”
in CBI HO..
7.22.1
14 f our-wheelers vehicles were
condemned and 13 Innovas were purchased
during 2014. A supply order for 08 twowheelers stands placed the delivery of which
is likely by the end of current financial
year.
7.21 MODERNIZATION OF CONTROL
ROOM
7.21.1 Up-gradation of facilities and
infrastructure of Control Room was
undertaken in 2014.
7.21.2 PRI (Primary Interface Rate) were
installed along with new EPABX System
and telephone instruments for conferencing,
facility to send bulk SMS to CBI officers
across India from the Control Room was
started, work stations for Control Room
officers were set up.
7.21.3 Receipt & Issue cell was integrated
with Control Room and higher duty fax/
photocopier machine was installed.
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7.23MISCELLANEOUS
7.23.1 D o P T a p p r ove d e n h a n c e d
delegation of financial powers to Director
CBI on 22.1.2014 under various items of
expenditure viz. appraised Plan Schemes
up to Rs. 15 Crores, hiring of consultants,
contingent expenditure, purchase of hardware
and software, hiring of non-gazetted
personnel on contract, photocopying works,
advance payment to govt./private agencies,
Rent, Rates& Taxes, payment of court decree,
expenditure relating to conference, seminar,
symposia, etc.
7.23.2 “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” has
been launched in CBI. On 2nd of October,
2014, a special cleanliness drive was undertaken to clean the office premises of CBI
HO as well as CBI branches located across the country.
Swacch Bharat Mission at CBI HQ, New Delhi on
2nd October 2014
Swacch Bharat Mission & Oath ceremony at CBI
Pune on 02.10.2014
Swachh Bharat Mission at Residential complex of CBI ACB Chennai on 02.10.2014.
7.23.3 SOP for fire incidents in CBI HQ
building was drawn and circulated. Incidents
response team has been formed and briefed.
A week-long fire prevention training was
organized from 3 rd November, 2014 for
Delhi based officers/officials of CBI which
was conducted by fire officials from CISF.
All the shortcomings in the building with
respect to fire safety were addressed and
thereafter the building was got inspected
through Delhi Fire Service Department.
A fire safety certificate certifying that the
CBI HQ building complies with the fire
prevention and fire safety requirements in
accordance with rule 33 of the Delhi Fire
Service Rules, 2010 has been issued by Chief
Fire Officer, Delhi Fire Service, HQ, Govt.
of National Capital Territory of Delhi.
7.24TAFSU
7.24.1 Rs. 60 Lacs has been allocated by
the Govt. for this scheme in BE 2014-15.
From these funds, Encase Forensic Software,
Rackserver, MS SQL Server, DSLR Cameras
and Concealed Cameras are being purchased
in FY 2014-15.
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7.24.2 Under this scheme, for upgradation of TAFS Units, following items were
purchased in 2014:S. No.
Description
Amount
1
12 Nos. of Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device (Diminu- Rs.81,90,000/tive Interrogation Equipment) (FREDDIE), through M/s Cyint
Technologies.
2
16 Nos. of Call Data Analysis and Management System Rs.37,55,520/(CDAMS) through Foundation Futuristic (P) Ltd., New Delhi
TOTAL : Rs.1,19,45,520/-
7.25 e-GOVERNANCE
7.25.1 Rs. 10 Crores has been allocated
by the Govt. in BE 2014-15. Construction
of Network Operation Centers in various
CBI branches, purchase of laptops/desktops
and purchase of SIP Phones are being
undertaken. Besides, RFP for selecting a
S. No. Description
System Integrator who will develop the
Core Application Software, which includes
both Crime and Admin Module, has been
finalized and would be put to tender in
FY 2014-15.
7.25.2 Under e-Governance scheme,
following items were purchased in 2014:Authorization/
Payment issued
1
175 Nos. of Laptops (Toshiba) make purchased and provided to Rs.76,51,382/CBI branches for empowerment of Investigating Officers in CBI.
2
150 Nos. Desktop (HP) make purchased and provided to CBI Rs.77,29,888/branches for empowerment of Investigating Officers in CBI.
3
Authorization issued for Network Monitor Centre at 6th Floor, CBI Rs.9,85,644/System Dvn. at a total cost of Rs.16,30,243/- which was restricted
for passed for payment due to shortage of funds under the scheme
Grand Total: Rs.1,63,66,914/-
7.26Comprehensive was approved by the Govt. on 22.7.2014 for
Modernization Plan of CBI Rs. 22.42 Crores, of which Rs. 9.54 Crores
is for modernization of SU and Rs. 10.88
Offices/Branches
7.26.1 A Scheme was formulated
pertaining to modernization of Special
Units of CBI by way of enhancement of
its intelligence collection and surveillance
capabilities and modernization of investigative
tools and kits available with CBI branches
as also enhancement of their mobility by
provisioning of motor vehicles. The scheme
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Crores for modernization of CBI branches.
Only a token allocation of Rs. 10 lacs has
been made under this scheme in BE 201415. Since, additional allocation of funds
to the tune of Rs. 2.60 Crores has been
indicated in tentative RE 2014-15 under
the scheme, preparatory steps are being
taken for procurement of approved items
for SU.
CHAPTER-8
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
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CHAPTER-8
HUMAN RESOURCEDEVELOPMENT
8.1
In order to have a well trained human
resource, which is the key to attain the
organizational goals, as enshrined in the CBI’s
motto - Industry, Impartiality and Integrity,
CBI Academy was established in 1996 and
since then, it has emerged as a major Police
Training Institution and has made a mark
at the National & International level.
CBI Academy, India
8.2The Vision of CBI Academy is
“Excellence in Training in the fields of Crime
Investigation, Prosecution and Vigilance
Functioning” and its Mission is “To train
the human resources of CBI, State Police
and the Vigilance Organizations to become
professional, industrious, impartial, upright
and dedicated to service of the nation”.
8.3 The academy is the focal point of
training activities within the organization and
is responsible for identification of suitable
training programs, regulation of nominations
of trainees and preparation of the Annual
Training Calendar.
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8.4DURATION OF COURSES

Induction Courses for Inspector /
Dy.SP on deputation from State
Police and Officers taken as
Inspectors from nationalized banks
of 10 weeks duration.

In-service courses for officers of CBI,
State Police, Central Para Military
Forces and Central Government
Undertakings. The courses include
One day Workshop to 5-days training
programmes.

Basic Foundation Course for Sub-
Inspectors inducted under direct
recruitment quota and departmental
examination with duration of 32 weeks.
8.5 BROAD CATEGORY OF
COURSES CONDUCTED BY
CBI ACADEMY DURING 2014

Scientific Aids to Investigation

Assets Tracing
8.5.1 There are broadly six categories of
courses which are as follows:(a) Basic, Refresher, Orientation, Vertical
Interaction and Post Promotional
Courses.
(b) Anti Corruption Courses

Investigation of Disproportionate
Assets & Trap Cases

Abuse of Official Position by the
Public Servants

Vigilance courses for Vigilance
Officers from Gover nment
Departments and PSUs.
(f) Cyber Crime Courses

Level-I

Level-II

Advanced Concept in Cyber
Crime Investigation & Cyber
Forensics

Specialized Courses for Crack
Team
8.5.2 As part of decentralization of training,
RTCs located at Kolkata, Mumbai and
Chennai also conducted several courses
during the year 2014, the details of which
are discussed in appropriate paragraphs.

Contract &Procurement Frauds
8.6CAPACITY BUILDING
(c) Courses on Economic Offences
8.6.1 Training Calendar

Bank Frauds
Considering the recent trends in Special
and Cyber Crimes, the following courses
are to be conducted at CBI Academy apart
from regular courses on Anti Corruption,
Economic Offences and Bank Frauds in
the Training Calendar for the year 2015 :-

Forensic Accounting

E-Banking and Plastic Card
Frauds

Capital Market & Stock Market
Frauds
(d) Conventional / Special Crime /
Organized Crime Courses
Mobile Forensics / CDR Analysis

Homicide
Interrogation and Interviewing
Techniques

Crime against Women & Children
including Gender Sensitization

Anti-Human Trafficking
(e) Courses on Investigative & Technical
Skills

Mobile Forensics

Scientific Inter viewing
Interrogation Techniques
&
Cyber Forensics
Online Financial and Credit Card
Frauds
Procurement and Contract Frauds
Money Laundering and Forensic
Accounting/Audit
Special Crime courses
Stress Management, Group Dynamics
and Leadership (Soft Skills)
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UNTOC/CNCAC Conventions for
CBI & State Police Officers.
Advanced Scientific Investigation for
Bhutan Police Officers.
Intellectual Property Rights
Training on how to conduct the trial
of cases in the Court
Investigation of Crime against Women
& Children
Workshops on Investigation of Cases
of Human Trafficking.
8.6.2 Apart from the above, the following
new courses have also been included in the
Training Calendar for the year 2015:2-days Course for the Officials of CBI,
Administration & Account Matters
including Duties of DDO & Use of
DDO Comp.
3 days Training Program on Investigation
of Child Sexual Exploitation &
Abuse in Collaboration with CEOP,
United Kingdom for Police officers
of CBI & State Police Organizations.
5 days Investigation of Organized
Crime & Use of Provisions of
7 days Course on Investigation of
Economic Offences including Cyber
Crimes for Officers of African
Countries.
2 weeks Refresher Course for
departmental / promoted Constable
to ASI of CBI.
5 days Orientation Course for Bank
Officers joined CBI on Secondment
Basis.
2 Weeks Exclusive Training Program on
Advanced Scientific Investigation for
Officers from Royal Bhutan Police.
8.6.3Keeping in view, the Vision and
Mission, the CBI Academy has strived
not only to attain excellence in imparting
training to the CBI Officers in the field of
Anti-Corruption, Economic Offences and
Special Crimes but also to provide inspiration
and guidance to police forces and vigilance
establishments all over the country.
8.7TRAINING DELIVERY
8.7.1 In the year 2014, CBI Academy and the three RTCs conducted a total of 111 courses and
trained 3033 Officers/Officials.
No. of Courses
No. of Participants
CBI
104
Total
Non-CBI
CBI Academy
75
1577
837
2414
RTC, Kolkata
14
164
26
190
RTC, Mumbai
10
134
00
134
RTC, Chennai
12
295
00
295
Total
111
2170
863
3033
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SPECIALIZED COURSES
ZONE WISE PARTICIPATION (IN NOS.)
(ORGANIZATION WISE IN NOS.)
RANK WISE PARTICIPATION ( IN NOS.)
ZONE & RANK WISE PARTICIPATION (IN
NOS.)
8.8SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR CBI
OFFICERS
8.9.1 During the year 2014, CBI Academy
conducted the following exclusive visit/courses
for Officers of Indian Air Force, IRTS and
Public Sector Banks on their request.
8.8.1 During the year 2014, specialized
courses on Banking related topics were
organized for Senior and Cutting Edge
Level Officers (IOs) of CBI at Training
Institutes of various Nationalized Banks
(Indian Overseas Bank, Chennai, OBC,
Allahabad Bank, BOI), which were attended
by a total number of 75 Officers of CBI.
8.9TRAINING OF OFFICERS INDIAN
AIR FORCE AND PUBLIC SECTOR
BANKS.
One day visits of officers of Indian
Air Force on 30.4.2014, 27.5.2014
and 15.7.2014.
Vigilance course of Junior & Middle
Level Vigilance Officers in March
and October, 2014
Vigilance Course for Chief Vigilance
Officers of Banks, PSUs and Central
Government Ministries in September,
2014.
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Three days familiarization Course for
47 IRTS Probationers in November,
2014.
8.10COURSES SPONSORED BY BUREAU OF POLICE RESEARCH
AND DEVELOPMENT (BPR&D),
GOVT. OF INDIA, NEW DELHI
8.10.1 During the year 2014, CBI Academy
conducted a 5 days Vertical Interaction Course
on “Corruption in Future Governance” for IPS
Officers during 8 to 12.9.2014 sponsored by the
Bureau of Police Research and Development,
Govt. of India, New Delhi.
8.11 TRAINING OF FOREIGN POLICE
OFFICERS DURING 2014
8.11.1 Total number of 80 Police Officers
from 07 foreign countries (viz. Sri Lanka,
Afghanistan, Nepal Maldives, Bangladesh,
Bhutan & Pakistan) participated in various
training courses including the INTERPOL
Conference on Anti-Corruption, Financial
Crime and Asset Recovery.
8.12 Exclusive Courses for
foreign police officers
Course on ‘Criminal Intelligence
and Investigation Procedures’ from
06.01.2014 to 02.02.2014 for Police
Officers from Sri Lanka.
Course on ‘Financial Fraud,
Corruption and Illicit Enrichment’
from 02.12.2014 to 12.12.2014 for
Police Officers from Nepal.
8.13 C A P A C I T Y
BUILDING
PROGRAMME SPONSORED BY
INTERPOL JOINTLY CONDUCTED
BY CBI ACADEMY
8.13.1 During the year 2014, the CBI
Academy conducted an Interpol Global
Program on ‘Anti-Corruption, Financial
Crime and Asset Recovery’ from 10.02.2014
to 14.02.2014 sponsored by ICPO - Interpol
for Senior Police Officer of INTERPOL
member countries from South Asia.
Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI, other dignitaries and the participants during
INTERPOL Training Programme at CBI Headquarters on 10th February, 2014
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8.14 CYBER & HI-TECH CRIME
INVESTIGATION & TRAINING
(CHCIT) CENTRE
8.14.1 Major Achievements 8.14.2 Cyber & Hi-Tech Crime Investigation
& Training (CHCIT) Centre has been set up
at CBI Academy by Ministry of Information
Technology, Government of India, during
the year 2010 with the purpose of capacity
building in the areas of investigation of
cyber crime, through training and providing
tools and technology.
8.14.3 The Centre aims to upgrade Cyber/
Hi-Tech Crime investigation capabilities of
CBI and also provide world-class training
to investigators of CBI, State Police and
Law Enforcement Agencies of South Asia
and Asia Pacific Region.
conducting these courses, the following
services were also rendered:
Assistance to CFSL, New Delhi for
recovery of data from Hard Disks
and Mobile Phones.
Assistance to CBI Branches in
Investigation, Search & Seizure
Operations and Recovery &Analysis
of Digital Data/Evidence.
Up-gradation / Maintenance of CBI
Academy’s website
Development of database of participants
being trained at CBI Academy
Installation and functioning of Network
Operations Centre (NOC)
Installation and functioning of
Video Conferencing facility at CBI
Academy
Assistance to various Law Enforcement
Agencies in setting up of Cyber
Crime Investigation / Cyber
Forensics Lab.
8.16 SI’s BASIC COURSE 2013-14
8.16.1 Investiture Ceremony of Sub-Inspector
(Probationers) - Batch – XVII - 12.06.2014.
View of Cyber & HI-Tech Crime Investigation &
Training (CHCIT) Centre
8.15 CYBER CRIME COURSES
CONDUCTED IN CBI ACADEMY
DURING 2014
8.15.1 A total number of 16 Courses
pertaining to Cyber Crime Investigation
/ Cyber Forensics were conducted at CBI
Academy during the year 2014. Apart from
8.16.2 The Investiture Ceremony of 17th
Batch of Sub-Inspector Probationers was
held on 12th June, 2014 at CBI Academy,
Ghaziabad. Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director
CBI graced the occasion alongwith Shri
Anil Sinha, Special Director, CBI, Smt.
Archana Ramasundaram, AD, CBI, Shri
R.K. Dutta, AD, CBI and Shri O.P. Verma,
DoP, CBI. The Ceremony was also attended
by other senior officers of CBI HQ and
also by some of the family members of
the probationers, local administration apart
from CBI Academy officials.
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8.16.3 On this occasion, 32 probationers
took the oath to serve the country and to
fight corruption with devotion and sincerity
keeping in mind the motto of CBI ‘Industry,
Impartiality, Integrity’. The glimpses of
training & social activity of the cadets during
training were shown through a movie namely,
“Memory Lanes”.
GLIMPSE OF INVESTITURE
CEREMONY OF SUB-INSPECTOR
(PROBATIONERS) – BATCH – XVII
8.17.2
All the probationers are inducted
through Limited Department Examination-2014. Brief profile of these 20 probationers is as under:
1.
Departmental20
2.
Male19
3.
Female01
4.
Minimum age30 yrs
5.
Maximum age41 yrs
6. Average age36 yrs
Oath Taking Ceremony – SI Batch XVII – CBI
Academy – 12.06.2014
8.17 COURSE FOR SI
(PROBATIONERS) CBI
BATCH - XVIII
8.17.1 A batch of 20 Sub-Inspector
Probationers reported in CBI Academy,
Ghaziabad on 08.09.2014 for 32 weeks
Institutional Training. The consolidated
schedule of this training is as under: 1. Institutional Training at CBI Academy
(Phase-I)22 weeks
2. Attachment with CBI Branch
2 weeks
3. Institutional Training at CBI Academy
(Phase-II)6 weeks
4. Attachment with the Local Police
2 week
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EDUCATION & TECHNICAL
QUALIFICATION
8.18 INAUGURATION OF CBI PRESS
8.18.1 A newly purchased Offset Two Colour
Printing Machine has been installed in the
CBI Academy. The CBI Press was inaugurated
by Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director, CBI on 12th
June, 2014. Till 31.12.2014, 1622 books/
registers have been printed and supplied after
binding the same to Head Quarters.
8.19 IMPORTANT VISITS &
ATTACHMENTS:
Visit of Shri Ranjit Sinha, Director CBI
in January, February, June, August
& September, 2014.
Shri Anil Sinha, Director,Special
Director, CBI in January, June
(2-Times) & September, 2014.
A delegation of Heads of Police
Training Institutions in Libya
visited CBI Academy, Ghaziabad
– 27.6.2014
Visit of delegation of United Kingdom
consisting of 3 officers – 27.8.2014.
Visit of Nepal Delegation consisting
5 officers from Nepal Police Force
and 1 from Nepal Embassy, India
– 12.9.2014.
Visit of Indonesia National Police
Officers – 17.12.2014.
8.20 M E M O R A N D U M
OF
UNDERSTANDING SIGNED
B Y C B I W I T H O T H E R
O R G A N I Z A T I O N S
FOR
S H A R I N G O F S C I E N C E
& TECHNOLOGY AND FOR
CAPACITY BUILDING.
8.20.1 The following MoUs were signed
by CBI with other reputed organizations for
the training needs of officers/officials of
CBI and other law- enforcement agencies.
1. MoU between CBI and Data Security
Council of India (DSCI) was signed
on 05.03.2014.
2. MoU between CBI and The Sardar
Patel University of Police, Security
and Criminal Justice (SPUJ), Jodhpur
was signed on 05.08.2014.
3. MoU between CBI and The Gujarat
Forensic Science University (GFSU),
Gandhinagar was signed on
17.11.2014.
4. MoU between CBI and Netherlands
Forensic Institute, Netherlands was
signed on 19.11.2014.
8.21 M E M O R A N D U M
OF
UNDERSTANDING (MoU) IN |
THE OFFING
1. Australian Federal Police (AFP)
2. University College of Dublin, Ireland;
3. Indian Law Institute, New Delhi.
8.22INFRASTRUCTURAL
INITIATIVES IN 2014
8.22.1 In order to make CBI Academy an
ideal training centre for imparting training on
various aspects of crime and investigation,
new infrastructural initiatives have been
undertaken during the year 2014. Under
these initiatives, the renovation work of 76
rooms of Trainees’ Hostel & 24 rooms of
Officers’ Hostel was completed during 2014.
8.23 PHASE - II
DEVELOPMENT
8.23.1 Works which are under the process
of Financial Sanction
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Museum, Library & Laboratory
Building.
Branches to nominate suitable officials for
a particular course for capacity building.
Sports Complex.
Badminton, Volley Ball & Basket Ball
Court .
Dispensary, Development of Road,
Work of Boundary Wall, Storm
Water Draining and Electrical Work.
8.24 PHASE - III DEVELOPMENT
8.24.1 The Academy has acquired
additional 15.38 acres of land from the
Ministry of Urban Development. The
Land has been demarcated and taken under
possession on 15.5.2014. The Land is
proposed to be utilized for the construction
of following:
300 Residential Quarters
Motor Transport Garage
Underground Shooting Range
Hockey & Football Field
Obstacle Course
Demo Area
Parade Ground etc.
Shopping Centre
Officer’s Institute
8.24.2 The CPWD, Central Circle,
Ghaziabad has been requested to provide
necessary layout plans of these construction
works. The matter was pending with Senior
Architect, CPWD as on 31.12.2014.
8.25 CREATION OF CTMP
8.25.1 The CBI Academy has indigenously
constructed a portal namely, CBI Training
Management Portal. This portal facilitates
information to all the Heads of Zone and
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8.26 goLEARN : e Learning
Management System for
L aw
E nforcement
agencies by UNODC (A Pilot project at CBI
Academy)
8.26.1 T h e U N O D C e L e a r n i n g
Management System is an advanced
capacity building tool designed to reach
officials of Member States in any location.
The eLearning platform offers a variety of
courses and modules capable to deliver a
modern form of training in a secure and
cost-effective way. Imparting global best
practices in law enforcement, UNODC
has designed and developed goLEARN, a
new learning management system to deliver
both off-line and on-line training. Use of
internet widely poses huge challenges for law
enforcement agencies to fight computer-based
crime, it also offers huge opportunities for
the delivery of training to law enforcement
officers to help them to identify and stop
transnational organized crime.
8.26.2 This project has been established
in various organizations of India like
training centers of Narcotics Control Bureau,
Customs and Central Excise Department
including NACEN and few Paramilitary
Forces on payment basis with the approval
of Government of India. There are nearly
20 modules available including Cyber Crime,
Anti-Money Laundering, Human Trafficking,
Human Rights, Intelligence Analysis,
Interview and Search of Persons, Drug
Organized Crime etc. This training platform
offers user friendly approach of knowledge
transfer, choice of content and places of
training, time suitability considering the
constraints of participants. The approximate
cost of this program to establish at one
training centre is about US$ 15000.
8.26.3 An initiative was taken by CBI
and the representative of UNODC, ROSA,
Ms. Cristina Albertin has agreed to install
this goLEARN project in CBI Academy
for offline learning which will be free of
cost and this program will be significantly
relevant for the participants visiting CBI
Academy for training and will improve their
professional skills.
8.27 CBI ACADEMY’S WEBSITE
8.27.1 CBI Academy has its own website
viz., (www.cbiacademy.gov.in ). The website
has an exclusive collection of important
Acts, which are relevant to CBI Personnel,
Case Laws, Standard Operating Procedures
on varied topics of professional interest. A
comprehensive database containing Crime
Manual, Administration Manual and Policy
Division Circulars covering various aspects
of CBI functioning has also been made
available. Access to exclusive database is
password protected and can be logged in
by only authorized officers.
8.26.4 The goLEARN pilot project has
been installed and is operational at CBI
Academy.
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ANNEXURES
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ANNEXURE-A
A1:
OVERALL VACANCY POSITION IN CBI AS ON 31.12.2014
Designation of Posts
Sanctioned
Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
4544
3872
672
Law Officers
340
261*
79*
Technical Officers
162
97*
65*
Support Staff
1560
1400
160
Canteen Posts
70
46
24
6676
5676
1000
Executive Officers
GRAND TOTAL
Note:Legal
261*
*13 Special Prosecutors, 05 Asstt. Prosecutor and 25 Public Prosecutors
are engaged on contract basis in CBI.
Technical
67+30 = 97*
10 Banking & Foreign Trade, 05 Engineering, 02 Insurance & Taxation and
13 Computer Professionals totaling to 30 are working on Contract basis.
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A2:
VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE - EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Designation of posts
Sanctioned
Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Director
1
1
0
Spl. Directors/ Addl. Director
4
2
2
Joint Director
18
15
3
Dy. Inspr. Genl. of Police
39
26
13
Sr. Supdt. of Police
10
01
09
Supdt. of Police
101
81
20
Addl. Supdt. of Police
91
70
21
Dy. Supdt. of Police
265
227
38
Inspector of Police
908
674
234
Sub Inspector of Police
414
281
133
Asstt. Sub-Inspector of Police
207
199
08
Hd. Constable
583
554
29
Constables
1903
1741
162
TOTAL
4544
3872
672
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VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE - LEGAL OFFICERS
A3:
Designation of posts
Sanctioned Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Addl. Legal Adviser
07
06
01
Dy. Legal Adviser
20
20
00
Sr. Public Prosecutor
67
62
05
Public Prosecutor
197
140*
57
Asstt. Public Prosecutor
49
33*
16
TOTAL
340
261
79
Note:-
13 Special Prosecutors are engaged on contract basis in CBI and mentioned in the
strength of Public Prosecutor.
05 Asstt. Special Prosecutors are engaged on contract basis in CBI and mentioned
in the strength of Asstt. Public Prosecutor.
25 Public Prosecutor for Additional Special Courts exclusively for CBI cases
are engaged on contract basis in CBI and mentioned in the strength of Public
Prosecutor.
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A4:VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE – TECHNICAL OFFICERS
Designation of posts
Sanctioned Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Internal Financial Advisor (IFA)
1
0
1
Sr. Advisor
(Engineering)
1
0
1
Sr. Advisor
(Banking)
1
0
1
Sr. Advisor
(Taxation)
1
0
1
Sr. Advisor (Foreign Trade/ Foreign Exchange)
1
0
1
1
0
1
Advisor
(Banking)
1
0
1
Advisor
(Taxation)
1
0
1
Advisor (Foreign Trade/ Foreign
Exchange)
1
0
1
5
0
5
Dy. Advisor
(Banking)
2
0
2
Dy. Advisor
(Insurance)
1
0
1
Dy. Advisor (Foreign Trade/ Foreign Exchange)
2
0
2
Technical Advisor
1
0
1
3
0
3
Technical Officer
(Banking)
1
1
0
Chief Information Officer
1
1
0
Principal System Analyst
1
0
1
Sr. System Analyst
3
0
3
Executive Engineer
1
0
1
OSD (Computer)
1
0
1
Advisor
(Engineering)
Dy. Advisor
(Engineering)
Technical Officer
(A&IT)
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Designation of posts
Sanctioned Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Programmer
10
08
02
Assistant Programmer
40
28
12
Lecturer
2
0
2
Accounts Officer
1
0
1
Jr. Technical Officer (A&IT)
4
0
4
Dy. Director (OL)
1
1
0
Asstt. Director (OL)
3
1
2
Jr. Analyst
1
0
1
Asstt. Librarian & Information
Officer(ALIO)
1
1
0
3
0
3
Jr. Advisor
(Banking)
6
0
6
Jr. Advisor
(Taxation)
5
0
5
Jr. Advisor (Foreign Trade/ Foreign
Exchange)
2
0
2
Jr. Engineers
5
0
5
Income Tax Inspectors
2
0
2
Customs & Central Excise Inspector
(CCEI)
4
0
4
Sr. Hindi Translator
5
5
0
Jr. Hindi Translator
19
9
10
Sr. Librarian & Information Assistant
(SLIO)
1
1
0
Data Processing Asstt. Grade-B
1
0
1
Data Processing Asstt. Grade-A
1
0
1
Care Taker (For CBI Academy)
1
1
0
Data Entry Operator Grade-A
12
11
1
Sr. Gestetner Operator
1
0
1
162
67
95
Jr. Advisor
(Engineering)
TOTAL
Note: 10 Banking & Foreign Trade, 05 Engineering, 02 Insurance & Taxation and 13
Computer Professionals totaling to 30 are working on Contract basis.
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A-5 VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE – MINISTERIAL STAFF
Designation of posts
Sanctioned Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Administrative Officer
2
2
0
Office Supdt.
35
34
1
Steno Grade ‘A’ /
Sr. PS.
3
2
1
Steno Grade ‘B’/
Private Secretary.
16
16
0
Steno Gr.I
64
54
10
Steno Gr.II
487
420
67
1
1
0
Crime Asstt.
143
126
17
Upper Division Clerk
196
183
13
Lower Division Clerk
469
437
32
Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)
137
119
18
Dresser
(For CBI Academy)
1
0
1
Cook
(For CBI Academy)
2
2
0
Bearer
(For CBI Academy)
4
4
0
1560
1400
160
Jr. Accounts Officer
TOTAL
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A-6 VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE - CANTEEN POSTS
Designation of posts
120
Sanctioned
Strength
Actual Strength
Vacancy
Manager
1
0
1
Asstt. Manager
1
1
0
Halwai-cum-Cook
2
1
1
Coupon Clerk/Salesman
4
Asstt. Halwai-cum-Cook
16
12
4
Teamaker
17
16
1
Bearer
10
10
0
Washboy
18
3
15
Safaiwala
1
0
1
TOTAL
70
46
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ANNEXURE-B
DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT ACT, 1946
(ACT No. 25 OF 1946)
SECTION 3:
Offences to be investigated by Special Police Establishment:
The Central Government may, by notification in the official Gazette, specify the offences or classes of offences which are to be investigated by the Delhi Special Police Establishment.
Notifications issued by the Central Government specify the following offences which
are to be investigated by the Delhi Special Police Establishment under section 3 of the DSPE Act.
LIST OF OFFENCES
A.
Offences punishable under Section 34, 114, 120-B, 121, 121-A, 122, 123, 124, 124-A, 128, 129,
130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138, 140, 143, 147, 148, 149, 153, 153-A, 153-B, 161, 162, 163, 164,
165, 165-A, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171-E, 171-F, 182, 186, 188, 189, 190, 193, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200,
201, 203, 204, 211, 212, 214, 216, 216-A, 217, 218, 220, 222, 223, 224, 225, 225-B, 231, 232, 233, 234,
235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255,
256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 263-A, 275, 277, 279, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 292, 295, 295-A,
302, 303, 304, 304-A, 304-B, 306, 307, 308, 309, 323, 324, 325, 326, 328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334,336,
337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 347, 352, 353, 354, 355, 363, 363-A, 364, 364-A, 365, 366, 366-A,
366-B, 367, 368, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 376, 376-A, 376-B, 376-C, 376-D, 377, 379, 380, 381, 382, 384,
385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 401, 402, 403, 406, 407, 408, 409, 411,
412, 413, 414, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 423, 424, 426, 427, 429, 431, 432, 434, 435, 436, 440, 447, 448,
449, 450, 452, 454, 456, 457, 460, 461, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 477-A,
482, 483, 485, 489, 489-A, 489-B, 489-C, 489-D, 489-E, 495, 498-A, 499, 500, 501, 502, 504, 505, 506,
507, 509 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No.45 of 1860).
B.
CENTRAL ACTS:
Offences punishable under:-
4. Antiquities (Export Control) Act, 1947
(Act No.31 of 1947) Repealed.
5. Arms Act 1959 (Act No.54 of 1959).
1. Aircraft Act 1934 (Act No.22 of 1934)
and rules made under the said Act.
2. Anti-Hijacking Act 1982 (Act No. 65
of 1982).
3. Antiquities and Art Treasures Act
1972 (Act No.52 of 1972).
6. Atomic Energy Act 1962 (Act No.33
of 1962).
7. Section 3 of the Benami Transaction
(Prohibition) Act 1988 (Act No.45
of 1988).
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8. Bonded Labour System (Abolition)
Act, 1976 (Act No.19 of 1976).
22. Electricity Act 1910 (Act No. 9 of
1910).
9. Central Excises and Salt Act 1944
(Act No.1 of 1944).
23. Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act
1976 (Act No.49 of 1976).
10. Sections 14(1) and 14(3) of Child
Labour (Prohibition and Regulation)
Act, 1986
24. Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act,
2010 (Act No.42 of 2010).
11. Companies Act 1956 (Act No.1 of
1956).
12. Sections 63, 63-A, 63-B, 65, 67, 68,
68-A and 69 of Copy-rights Act,
1957 (Act No.14 of 1957).
13. Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 1961
(Act No.23 of 1961).
14. Customs Act 1962 (Act No.52 of
1962).
15. Section 3 and 4 of the Dowry
Prohibition Act, 1961 (Act No. 28
of 1961).
26. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act 1973
(Act No.46 of 1973).
27.G e n e r a l I n s u r a n c e B u s i n e s s
(Nationalisation) Act 1922 (Act No.
57 of 1922).
28. Gift Tax Act 1958 (Act No.18 of
1958).
29. Gold Control Act 1968 (Act No.45
of 1968).
30. Income Tax Act 1961 (Act no. 43 of
1961).
16. Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 (Act
No.23 of 1940).
31. Import and Export (Control) Act 1947
(Act No. 18 of 1947).
17. Section 24 of Emigration Act 1983
(Act No.31 of 1983).
32. Sections 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 15 of the
Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act
1956 (Act No. 104 of 1956).
18. Emergency Provisions (Continuance)
Ordinance 1946 (Ordinance No.20 of
1946) if committed by the Employees
of the Central Government or
contractors or sub-contractors or
their representatives by contravening
any order issued by the Central
Government.
19. Essential Commodities Act 1955 (Act
No.10 of 1955).
20. Explosives Act 1884 (Act No. 4 of
1884).
21. Explosive Substances Act 1908 (Act
No.6 of 1908).
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1946).
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33. Insurance Act 1938 (Act No.4 of
1938).
34.Industries (Development and
Regulation) Act 1951 (Act No. 65
of 1951).
35. Information Technology Act 2000 (Act
No. 21 of 2000).
36. Information Technology (Amendment)
Act, 2008 (Act No.10 of 2009)
37. Indian Stamp Act, 1899.
38. The Indian Forest Act, 1927 (Act No.
16 of 1927).
39. Sections 23, 24, 25 and 26 of the
Juvenile Justice Act, 2006.
40. The Lotteries (Regulation) Act, 1998
(Act No.17 of 1998).
41. Mines and Minerals (Regulation and
Development) Act 1957 (Act No.
67 of 1957).
42. Motor Vehicles Act 1939 (Act No. 4
of 1939).
43. Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substance Act 1985 (Act No. 61
of 1985).
44. Section 25-A of the Narcotic Drugs
and Psychotropic Substance Act 1985
(Act No. 61 of 1985).
45.Section 138 of the Negotiable
Instruments Act 1881 (Act No. 26
of 1881).
46. Official Secrets Act 1923 (Act No.
19 of 1923).
47. Passport Act 1920 (Act No. 24 of
1920) and rule 6 of Passport Rules
1950.
48. The Passport (Entry into India) Rules
1950 r/w Passport (Entry into India)
Act 1920, (Act No. 34 of 1920).
54. Prevention of Damage to Public
Property Act 1984 (Act No. 3 of
1984).
55. The Prevention of Illicit Traffic in
Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substance Act 1988 (Act No. 46 of
1988).
56. Prevention of Insults to National
Honour Act 1971 (Act No. 69 of
1971).
57. Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance
2001 ( No. 9 of 2001).
58. Prevention of Terrorism Act 2002 (Act
No. 15 of 2002).
59. The Press and Registration of Books
Act 1867 (Act No. 25 of 1867).
60. Sections 4 and 5 of the Prize Chits and
Money Circulation Scheme (Banning)
Act 1978 (Act No. 43 of 1978).
61. Protection of Children from Sexual
Offences Act, 2012 (Act No.32 of
2012)
62. Public Examination (Offences) Act,
1980 (Act No. XLII of 1980).
63. Railways Act 1890 (Act No. 9 of
1890).
49. Passport Act 1967 (Act No. 15 of
1967).
64. Railways Stores (Unlawful Possession)
Act 1955 (Act No. 51 of 1955).
50. Post Office Act 1898 (Act No. 6 of
1898).
65. The Railways Act 1989 (Act No. 24
of 1989).
51. Prevention of Corruption Act 1947
(Act No.2 of 1947).
66. Representation of the People Act 1950
(Act No. 43 of 1950).
52. Prevention of Corruption Act 1988
(Act No.49 of 1988).
67. Representation of the People Act 1951
(Act No. 43 of 1951).
53. Prevention of Food Adulteration Act
1954 (Act No. 37 of 1954).
68. Registration of Foreigners Act 1939
(Act No. 16 of 1939).
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69. Section 24 of the Securities Exchange
Board of India Act 1992.
70. Suppression of Unlawful Act against
Safety of Civil Aviation Act 1982
(Act No. 66 of 1982).
83. All cognizable offences under the
Trade Marks Act, 1999 (Act No.
46 of 1999).
C.STATE ACTS:
71. The Religious Institutions (Prevention
of Misuse) Act 1988 (Act No.41 of
1988).
Offences punishable under:-
72. Section 3 and 4 of the Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of
Atrocities) Act, 1989.
2. Andhra Pradesh Control of Organised
Crime Act, 2001.
73. Section 11 & 12 of the Territorial
Waters Continental Shelf, Exclusive
Economic Zone and other Maritime
Zones Act, 1976 (Act No.80 of
1976).
4. Bihar and Orissa Excise Act 1915 Bihar
and Orissa Act No. 2 of 1915.
74. Telegraph Act 1885 (Act No. 13 of
1885).
75. Telegraph Wires (Unlawful Possession)
Act 1950 (Act No.74 of 1950).
76. Terrorist and Disruptive Activities
(Prevention) Act 1985 (Act No. 31
of 1985) and Rules made thereunder.
1. Assam Opium Prohibition Act 1947.
3. Bombay Stamp Act, 1958.
5. (a)
Section 120-B, 121, 147, 161, 162,
163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169,
182, 193, 197, 198, 201, 204, 211,
218, 223, 224, 231, 232, 233, 234,
235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241,
242, 243, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250,
251, 252, 253, 254, 258, 259, 260,
261, 262, 263, 263-A, 302, 304, 304A, 306, 307, 308, 309, 323, 324, 325,
77. Terrorist and Disruptive Activities
(Prevention) Act 1987 (Act No.28
of 1987) and Rules made thereunder.
326, 328, 330, 332, 333, 336, 337,
78. Transplantation of Human Organs
Act, 1994 (Act No. 42 of 1994).
364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 376, 379,
79. Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act
1967 (Act No. 37 of 1967).
388, 389, 392, 395, 403, 406, 407,
80. Wireless and Telegraphy Act 1933
(Act No.17 of 1933).
418, 419, 420, 427, 452, 465, 466,
81. Wealth Tax Act 1957 (Act No. 27 of
1957).
476, 477-A, 489-A, 489-B, 489-C,
82. Section 51 of Wild Life (Protection)
Act 1972 (Act No. 53 of 1972).
State Ranbir Penal Code Sambat &
338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 347,
352,
353, 354,
380, 381, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387,
408, 409, 411, 412, 413, 414, 417,
467, 468, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475,
489-D, 511 of Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir Act No. 12 of
Sambat 1989).
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355, 363, 363-A,
(b) Jammu and Kashmir State Prevention
of Corruption Act Sambat 2006 (J&
K Act No. 13 of Sambat 2006).
15. Section 124 of the Punjab State
Election Commission Act 1994
(Punjab Act No. 19 of 1994).
(c) Section 132, 133, 135, 136 of the
Custom Act 1962 (Jammu and
Kashmir Act No. 52 of 1962).
16. The Goa Children’s Act, 2003 (Goa
Act No.18 of 2003).
(d) Energy Agents ordinance of Sambat
2005 issued by Government of
Jammu and Kashmir.
6. The Karnataka Control of Organised
Crime Act, 2000.
7. The Karnataka Forest Act, 1963 (Act
No.5 of 1964).
17. The Tamil Nadu Protection of
Interests of Depositors (in Financial
Establishments) Act, 1997 (Act No.
XLIV of 1997).
18. Section 3, 4 and 5 of the Tamilnadu
Property (Prevention of Damage and
Loss) Act, 1992.
9. The Karnataka Land (Restriction on
Transfer) Act, 1991.
19.Tripura Protection of Interests
of De positors (in Financial
Establishments) Act, 2000 (Act No.6
of 2000) as amended by the Tripura
Act, 2011.
10. The Kerala Forest Act, 1961 (Act No.4
of 1962).
20. Uttar Pradesh Indian Medicines Act
1939 (U.P. Act No.10 of 1939).
11. Maharashtra Control of Organised
Crime Act, 1999.
21. Uttar Pradesh Gangsters and AntiSocial Activities (Prevention) Act,
1986 (Uttar Pradesh Act No.7 of
1986).
8. The Karnataka Stamp Act, 1957.
12. Sections 11 and 13 of the Madhya
Pradesh Dakaiti Aur Vyapharan
Prabhavit Kshetra Adhiniyam, 1981
(Madhya Pradesh Act No.XXXVI
of 1981).
13. Section 7 of the Nagaland Security
Regulation 1962 (Regulation 5 of
1962).
22. West Bengal Security Act 1950 (West
Bengal Act No. 19 of 1950) as reenacted by the West Bengal Security
(re-enacted and validation) Ordinance
1966.
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14. Punjab Special Powers (Press) Act
1956 (Punjab Act No. 38 of 1956).
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Training Calendar for 2015
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Name of the Course
Eligibility Criteria
JANUARY
Basic Course for SI/CBI SI (Probationers)/CBI (Batch
Batch-XVIII Phase-I. (24 XVIII)
Weeks)
Exclusive Training Program Officers currently working in
for TAFSU. (5 days)
TAFSU Branches of CBI
Course on Administration DSP, ASP and OS of CBI
& Accounts Matters including Duties of DDO & Use of
Comp DDO (2 days)
Training of Bank Officers on Bank Officers
Secondment working in CBI
Course for Retiring Officials Retiring Officials of CBI during
of CBI. (2 days).
2014-2015
FEBRUARY
Course on Cyber Crime Inves- SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Protigation (Incident Response) grammer/ Assistant Programmer
and Computer Forensics. (5 of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
days)
Police
Attachment/ Training with Assistant Security Commissioner
CBI for Assistant Security (Probationers) of RPF Recruited
Commissioner (Probationers) through CSE, 2011 & 2012 Batch
of RPF Recruited through
CSE, 2011 & 2012 Batch
Course on Investigation of 25 Officers of African Countries
Economic Offences including
Cyber Crimes. (7 days)
Basic Investigation Course Promoted SI of CBI (who have
for Promoted SI of CBI (3 not attended Basic Course of
weeks) ( Cancelled)
SI of CBI)
Course on Scientific Interro- SI to ASP of CBI & DSP to ASP
gation & Interviewing Tech- of State Police.
niques including importance
of Section 161 and 164 Cr.
P.C. (3 days)
Course on Cyber Crime Inves- SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Protigation (Incident Response) grammer/ Assistant Programmer
and Computer Forensics. (5 of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
Police
days)
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Period
From
To
08.09.2014
08.02.2015
05.01.15
09.01.15
19.01.15
20.01.15
19.01.15
23.01.15
22.01.15
23.01.2015
02.02.15
06.02.15
06.02.15
06.02.15
09.02.15
15.02.15
09.02.15
27.02.15
16.2.15
18.2.15
16.02.15
20.02.15
12
Orientation Course for newly Newly inducted Inspectors in
inducted Inspectors in CBI CBI from CPOs and State Police
from CPOs and State Police on deputation
on deputation
16.02.15
13.03.15
SI (Probationers)/CBI (Batch
XVIII)
Police officer from CBI and
State Police Organizations
23.02.15
18.03.15
23.2.15
25.2.15
Inspectors to DIG and APP to
Sr. PP of CBI & DSP to DIG of
State Police presently involved
in the investigation of cases of
Anti Corruption, Bank Frauds
and Economic Offences.
Training Constables to Promoted SI
of CBI
09.03.15
13.03.15
09.03.15
13.03.15
Inspector to DIG of CBI and
DSP to DIG of State Police presently involved in the investigation
of Anti Corruption cases.
16.03.15
20.03.15
12 officers from Royal Bhutan
Police
16.03.15
27.03.15
30.03.15
01.04.15
06.04.15
10.04.15
06.04.15
10.04.15
20.04.15
24.04.15
( 4 weeks)
13 Basic Course for SI/CBI
Batch-XVIII (Phase-II)
14 Best Practice in the Investigation of CSEA and an Introduction to Achieving Best Evidence Workshop with CEOP,
United Kingdom
MARCH
15 Course on Investigation of
Cases of Abuse of Official Position by Public Servants.
(5 days)
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Basic Computer
Course. (5 days)
Course on Investigation of
Procurement & Contract
Frauds, E-Procurement, Project Formulation and Appraisal
including online placement of
supply orders to DGS&D (5
days)
Exclusive Training Program
on “Advanced Scientific Investigation”
Course
on
Investigation Inspector to DIG and APP to
Sr. PP of CBI & State Police
Abroad. (3 days)
APRIL
Course on Mobile Forensics Inspector to DIG and APP to
& CDR Analysis (5 days)
ALA of CBI & DSP to DIG of
State Police
Vigilance Course for Vigilance Junior & Middle Level Vigilance
Officer. (5 days)
Officer of Public Sector Undertakings & Banks.
Course on Cyber Crime Inspector to DIG from CBI and
Investigation (Advanced) and DSP to DIG from State Police
Computer Forensics.(5 days (who has already attended
Level-I or II course at CBI
Academy is eligible)
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23
Course on Investigation of Inspector to DIG and APP to
Bank Fraud Cases. (5 days)
ALA of CBI & State Police presently involved in the investigation of the cases of Bank Frauds.
20.04.15
24.04.15
24
Course on Investigation of
Special Crime including Homicide and Anti Human Trafficking Cases (5 days)
27.04.15
01.05.15
05.05.15
07.05.15
25
SI to SP and APP to Sr. PP of CBI
& State Police presently involved
in the investigation of cases of
Conventional Crimes and AHT.
MAY
Course on Cultivation of SI to ASP of CBI
Source, Generation & Collection of Intelligence. Discreet
verification with the help of
technical gadgets
(3 days)
26
Course on Investigation of Inspector to DIG and APP to
Plastic Card Frauds/E-banking ALA of CBI and DSP to DIG
Frauds & Using Electronic of State Police
Evidence for Investigation and
Trial (5 days)
11.05.15
15.05.15
27
Course on Cyber Crime Investigation (Incident Response)
and Computer Forensics. (5
days)
18.05.15
22.05.15
28
Course on Investigation of Inspector to DIG and APP to Sr.
Disproportionate Assets & PP of CBI and DSP to DIG of
Trap Cases. (5 days)
State Police presently involved
in the investigation of Anti Corruption cases.
25.05.15
29.05.15
08.06.15
12.06.15
SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Programmer/ Assistant Programmer
of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
Police
JUNE
128
29
Course on ‘Investigation under
PMLA including attachment
of Proceeds of Crime & Forensic Auditing/Accounting
including Foreign Exchange’
(5 days)
30
Induction Course for Newly Newly Appointed Law Officer
Appointed Law Officer.
of CBI
(2 weeks)
15.06.15
26.06.15
31
Course on Investigation of
Organized Crime & use
of Provisions of UNTOC/
UNCAC conventions
(5
days)
22.6.15
26.6.15
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Inspector to DIG and APP to
ALA of CBI & State Police
presently involved in the
investigation of cases of Bank
Frauds and Economic Offences.
Inspector to DIG and APP
to Sr. PP of CBI & State
Police presently involved in
the investigation of Organized
Crimes having national and
international ramifications.
JULY
32
Course on Court Craft & Trial SI to ASP and APP to Sr. PP of
Process. (2 days)
CBI
06.07.15
07.07.15
33
Workshop on Stress Manage- Officers/Officials from CBI.
ment, Soft Skills & Gender
Sensitization (5 day)
20.07.15
24.07.15
34
Course on Investigation of
Crime Against Woman &
Children including Sexual Harassment of woman at work
place(3 days)
29.07.15
31.07.15
03.08.15
07.08.15
Chair persons /
Members
(Inspectors to SP) of Complaints
Committee Constituted by CBI
and State Police
AUGUST
35
Course on Cyber Crime Investigation (Incident Response)
and Computer Forensics. (5
days)
SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Programmer/ Assistant Programmer
of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
Police
36
Course on Court Craft & Pair- Constable to SI of CBI
vi work. (3 days)
10.08.15
12.08.15
37
Basic Computer
Course. (5 days)
Training Constable to Promoted SI of CBI
17.8.15
21.8.15
38
Course on Cyber Crime Investigation (Incident Response)
and Computer Forensics. (5
days)
SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Programmer/ Assistant Programmer
of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
Police
24.08.15
28.08.15
39
Vigilance Course for Chief Chief Vigilance Officers of Public
Vigilance Officers (5 days)
Sector Undertakings, Banks and
Central Govt. Ministries
31.08.15
04.09.15
SEPTEMBER
40
Course on Investigation Inspector to SP and APP to Sr.
Abroad (3 days)
PP of CBI & State Police
07.09.15
09.09.15
41
Course on Forensic & SI to ASP and APP to Sr. PP
Scientific Aids to Investigation of CBI & Inspector to ASP of
including Search & Seizure in State Police
Digital Environment. (5 days)
14.09.15
18.09.15
42
Course on Intelligence Collec- Constable to Sub- Inspectors of
tion & Source Raising (3 Day) CBI
21.09.15
23.09.15
43
Specialized Training in the SI to SP of CBI and Inspector
to SP of State Police presently
field of Securities Markets.
involved in the investigation of
(2 days)
cases of Anti Corruption, Bank
Frauds and Economic Offences.
23.09.15
24.09.15
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129
44
Course on Cyber Crime
Investigation (Advanced) and
Computer Forensics.(5 days)
45
Two Weeks Refresher Course
for departmental /promoted
Constable to ASI
Course on Investigation of
Special Crime including Homicide and Anti Human Trafficking Cases (5 days)
Course on Investigation of
Bank Fraud Cases. (5 days)
46
47
SI to SP and APP to Sr. PP of CBI
& State Police presently involved
in the investigation of cases of
Conventional Crimes and AHT.
Inspector to DIG and APP to
ALA of CBI & State Police presently involved in the investigation of the cases of Bank Frauds.
Inspector to DIG and APP to
ALA of CBI and DSP to DIG of
State Police
NOVEMBER
Junior & Middle Level Vigilance
Officers of Public Sector
Undertakings & Banks
Inspector to DIG and APP to
ALA of CBI and DSP to DIG
of State Police
48
Course on Mobile Forensics
and CDR Analysis ( 5 days)
49
Vigilance Course for Vigilance
Officers. (5 days)
50
Course on Investigation of
Plastic Card Frauds/E-banking
Frauds & Using Electronic
Evidence for Investigation
and Trial. (5 days)
Course on Investigation of Inspectors to DIG and APP to
Cases of Abuse of Official Po- Sr. PP of CBI & DSP to DIG of
sition by Public Servants.
State Police presently involved
in the investigation of cases of
(5 days)
Anti Corruption, Bank Frauds
and Economic Offences.
Course on Cyber Crime Inves- SI to DIG, APP to Sr. PP, Protigation (Incident Response) grammer/ Assistant Programmer
and Computer Forensics. (5 of CBI & DSP to DIG of State
Police
days)
DECEMBER
Course on Investigation of Inspector to DIG and APP to Sr.
Disproportionate Assets & PP of CBI and DSP to DIG of
Trap Cases. (5 days)
State Police presently involved
in the investigation of Anti Corruption cases.
Basic Computer Training Constable to Promoted SI of CBI
Course. (5 days)
51
52
53
54
130
OCTOBER
Inspector to DIG from CBI and
DSP to DIG from State Police
(who has already attended Level-I
or II course at CBI Academy
is eligible)
Constable to ASI of CBI
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05.10.15
09.10.15
5.10.15
16.10.15
12.10.15
16.10.15
26.10.15
30.10.15
26.10.15
30.10.15
02.11.15
06.11.15
16.11.15
20.11.15
16.11.15
20.11.15
30.11.15
04.12.15
07.12.15
11.12.15
14.12.15
18.12.15
TRAINING DELIVERY STATISTICS
ZONE WISE DETAILS OF PARTICIPANTS ATTENDING VARIOUS COURSES
AT CBI ACADEMY DURING THE YEAR 2014
Zone
SC Zone
Branch
DIG
SP
DSP
Insp.
SI
Law
Officer
Cons
to
ASI
Min.
Staff
Bank
Officer
Programmer/
Asstt.
Programmer
Total
SC.I
12
38
7
5
32
6
100
SC.II
2
5
12
2
1
10
5
3
40
SC.III
1
4
16
4
4
11
7
47
Total
0
3
21
66
13
10
53
18
0
3
187
ACB Patna
8
2
3
3
2
18
SCB Patna/
AHD Patna
1
1
ACB Ranchi
2
8
3
3
5
3
24
EOW Ranchi
1
2
1
1
3
8
ACB
Dhanbad
2
8
2
7
7
2
Total
0
0
5
26
9
15
15
8
0
2
80
ACB Mumbai
2
6
13
8
4
5
3
3
44
ACB, Pune
2
2
1
4
2
3
14
ACB, Goa
2
1
1
4
ACB, Gandhinagar
2
10
2
8
15
10
2
Total
0
2
10
15
3
5
111
2
Patna
Zone
28
Mumbai
Zone
27
10
14
25
49
AC (HQ)
STF Zone
AC.I
1
5
4
1
2
4
4
21
AC.II
2
9
3
5
3
1
23
AC.III
1
1
3
5
4
4
18
Total
0
4
6
16
9
2
13
11
0
1
62
STF Delhi
2
3
5
4
3
4
4
25
STF Mumbai
3
1
4
SCB, Mumbai
6
6
4
3
10
6
2
37
Total
0
2
9
11
8
6
17
11
0
2
66
MDMA Delhi
4
2
6
MDMA Chennai
1
1
Total
0
1
0
0
0
0
5
2
0
0
MDMA
Zone
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2
8
131
Zone
Branch
DIG
SP
DSP
Insp.
SI
Law
Officer
Cons
to
ASI
Min.
Staff
Bank
Officer
Programmer/
Asstt.
Programmer
Total
ACB Kolkata
1
2
9
16
10
3
12
6
2
61
ACB, BBSR
1
8
7
4
3
3
26
ACB, Port Blair
2
Total
1
3
9
24
19
7
15
9
0
2
ACB, Guwahati
1
2
5
3
2
4
2
ACB Shillong
4
3
1
5
2
15
ACB Imphal
3
9
1
2
2
1
18
SCB Kolkata
1
2
4
1
2
2
1
13
Total
1
0
10
18
8
5
11
9
0
3
65
EOW Mumbai
1
1
11
2
4
2
21
EOW Kolkata
4
6
5
1
16
EOW Chennai
1
2
8
1
5
17
Total
0
2
7
25
3
0
14
3
0
0
54
ACB Chandigarh
2
2
1
3
4
SCB Chandigarh
1
7
4
3
1
ACB Jammu
1
4
4
1
3
13
ACB Shimla
2
3
1
1
7
ACB Srinagar
1
1
1
1
4
Total
0
0
4
13
12
6
8
9
0
0
52
ACB Bhopal
1
7
10
4
10
5
1
1
39
ACB Jabalpur
1
4
1
1
7
5
2
21
ACB Chhattisgarh
4
1
ACB Nagpur
1
3
5
4
1
2
16
Total
0
2
8
16
11
9
19
12
1
3
81
Kolkata
Zone
North
East Zone
2
89
19
EO Zone
-II
Chandigarh Zone
12
16
Bhopal
Zone
132
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5
Zone
Branch
DIG
SP
DSP
Insp.
SI
Law
Officer
Cons
to
ASI
Min.
Staff
Bank
Officer
Programmer/
Asstt.
Programmer
ACB Hyderabad
14
8
2
10
5
2
ACB Bangalore
2
4
3
3
3
4
3
Hyderabad Zone ACB
Vishakapatnam
1
1
2
1
4
Total
41
22
9
Chennai
Zone
Total
0
0
2
19
12
7
14
13
0
5
72
ACB Chennai
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
3
14
ACB Cochin
4
3
2
2
1
12
SCB Thiruvananthapuram
1
3
1
1
SCB Chennai
4
7
11
Total
1
3
6
13
2
2
11
2
0
3
43
EO.I
4
1
4
2
2
6
19
EO.II
2
3
1
5
5
5
21
EO.III
12
29
2
2
6
1
52
Total
0
2
7
14
38
4
9
17
0
1
92
BS&F Delhi
3
1
2
5
4
15
BS&F Kolkata
2
3
1
8
2
1
17
BS&F Mumbai
1
1
2
1
1
2
8
BS&F Bangalore
2
1
1
7
Total
0
4
4
4
7
2
21
6
1
2
51
ACB Delhi
2
2
7
5
7
4
11
2
40
ACB Jaipur
2
17
11
8
8
3
1
50
ACB Jodhpur
1
3
8
9
2
3
2
28
Total
0
3
7
32
25
17
15
16
0
3
118
ACB, Lucknow
1
5
3
3
2
1
2
ACB, Ghaziabad
1
3
3
5
2
2
1
ACB, Dehradun
4
6
6
1
7
1
SCB Lucknow
1
6
5
3
1
16
Total
0
1
9
20
19
3
15
5
1
2
75
6
EO.I
Zone
BS&F
Zone
11
Delhi
Zone
Lucknow
Zone
17
17
25
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133
Zone
Policy
Division
Branch
DIG
SP
DSP
Insp.
SI
Law
Officer
Cons
to
ASI
Min.
Staff
SU.I Delhi
4
6
5
2
8
SU Mumbai
2
5
1
SU Kolkata
1
SU Chennai
4
3
Policy
Total
0
0
Interpol/IPCC
System Division
Bank
Officer
Programmer/
Asstt.
Programmer
Total
4
29
8
1
8
1
16
0
10
15
6
2
16
5
0
0
54
1
3
9
3
1
17
1
4
CFSL
1
1
Total
0
1
0
3
9
0
3
3
0
4
23
Head Office
1
1
1
23
1
1
76
1
105
Training Academy
1
1
5
10
4
1
5
6
1
Legal
1
1
Total
3
2
6
10
27
2
6
82
0
2
140
-
1577
TFC Zone
5
Admn.
Zone
34
Total Participants from CBI attended courses at CBI Academy during 2014
134
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