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The "crossed swords in the insignia is the symbol of " shakti" (power) with burning flame of light is the sign of knowledge and wisdom.

The Motto "NATION FIRST - FOLLOW ME The Credo "Tejsvi Navdhitmastu” Means "Let brilliance emerges out of our endeavour"taken from "KATHOPNISHAAD”.

The Academy envisages to impart knowledge and power to young newly appointed Gazetted officers' of the force to serve the nation with loyalty for protecting peace and progress. The insignia of the Academy embodies this vision. The crossed swords in the insignia is the symbol of "Shakti" (power), the open book with burning flame of light is the sign of knowledge and wisdom for service with loyalty and the olive leaves denote peace. The motto "tejsvi navdhitmastu" means- "Let Brilliance Emerge out of our Endeavours". It has been adopted from 'Kathopanishad'.

The CRPF Academy since its inception in the year 2005 has traversed towards excellence. From a humble beginning it has over the years grown and developed into a wonderful world class Academy. Every single member of CRPF Academy since its inception has nurtured this institution. What was once a barren rocky/sandy area has transformed into scenery of lush green carpet.

The Academy is in continuous endeavour to update and revise the academic inputs to keep pace with the ever changing ground realities of internal security in the Country. With the growing complexity of internal security scenario, the Academy regularly reviews the training curriculum in a scientific manner and reorients the same to the ever changing needs of the field works. The Academy is a "Centre of Excellence" for training the officers (DAGOs & DEGOs) of CRPF.

From 1967 DAGOs training started at C.T.C. the directly appointed gazetted officers (deputy superintendents of police) of central reserve police force were recruited for the first time in 1961 and their basic training was imparted at the national police academy, mount abu later on in Neemuch, madhya pradesh which continued till 1975.