ISLAMABAD: Acting Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rear Admiral (r) Saeed Ahmed Sargana Thursday said the department was imparting training to its Investigation Officers (IOs) on modern lines.
“Training is the cutting edge of effective job performance and an instrument through which human capabilities are developed for enhancing practical and productive efforts,” he said during his visit to the Sihala Police Training College.
He reviewed progress on the training programme initiated for the newly recruited Information Officers of the Bureau.
Director General Training and Research (T&R) Division NAB briefed the acting Chairman on the training program for a newly recruited batch of 113 Investigation Officers.
He informed the acting Chairman that contents of the previous course had been circulated to all Regional NABs, Divisions and Wings for their comments and feedback.
After receiving the input, he said, the course contents had been readjusted to meet needs of the modern times, adding that necessary adjustments had been incorporated in the Training modules namely Law Enforcement, Government Working, Law, Investigation, White Collar Crimes and Prevention Regime.
Earlier, addressing the recruits acting Chairman Saeed Ahmed Sargana said training was an important aspect in the capacity building of all ranks of NAB as it was the cutting edge of effective job performance.
The acting chairman said NAB had been assigned a major responsibility of eradicating corruption and corrupt practices from the country and bring the guilty to book.
An effective execution of this mandate necessitated professional competence of its human resource continuously, he added.
Sargana said the bureau had picked up best of the best investigation officers through a transparent process on merit and urged the recruits to do hard work during their training period as working with NAB was not only a job but a national duty.
Later, he took round of various sections of Police Training College Sihala including hostel and cafeteria and appreciated the arrangements made for professional training program of NAB’s investigation officers.