The Central Investigation Bureau said on Friday the officers would attend a three-day workshop organized by the Living Art Foundation with the aim of "building synergy, competence and a positive outlook."
More than 150 officers, from the rank of inspector to "responsible director" will attend the workshop starting Saturday at the agency's headquarters, the agency said in a press release.
"The aim of the workshop is to improve positivity, improve synergy and produce a healthy atmosphere in the agency and motivate staff to reach their full potential," CBI said in a release.
Spit among officers
The country's main investigative agency was in the midst of unhealthy and bruising disputes between its two senior officers which caused both of them to be sent by force.
The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), under the supervision of the Supreme Court appoints a former Judge, is investigating allegations and counter-allegations of CBI Director Alok Kumar Verma and Special Director Rakesh Asthana, who have relinquished their powers while awaiting inspection.
After the CBI chief was stripped of his power and officers investigating FIR against Mr. Asthana was shifted out on October 23, CBI said: "We are aware of the fact that every fall in the credibility and image of the agency has the potential to have an impact on the important cases we stand for internationally … whatever we do is ensure that the agency's credibility not suffer. "