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Nalsar and Truth Labs starts forensic science course


HYDERABAD: NALSAR University of Law in collaboration with city-based Independent Forensic Science Laboratory Truth Labs will start offering the Advanced PG Diploma Course in Criminal Law and Forensic Science from this educational 12 months. Graduates in any subject including legislation and practising attorneys are eligible for the route. The route is aimed at stakeholders within the criminal justice device to use forensic science higher.


Truth Labs founder Okay P C Gandhi advised TOI," The course focuses on various forms of evidence especially physical evidence. It provides a comprehensive overview of current advances and emergent trans in handling physical evidence encountered in various crimes like rape, murder, forgery. Cheating. Theft, misappropriation and other criminal offences. Application of the latest forensic analytical techniques involving examination of questioned documents.,"


The route will teach the sides Figner prints, ballistics, explosives, medication and narcotics, DNA, email fraud, cyber forensic, audio-video forensic, speaker id, polygraph lie detector, forensic chemistry, forensic physics, forensic toxicology and forensic engineering.


The route is taught through mention individual box of criminal legislation reminiscent of Justice G Bhavani Prasad Chairman of APERC, Dr Okay P C Gandhi marketing consultant to Government AP police services and products, retired IPS of box M V Krishna Rao and retired jail legitimate MR Ahmed and retired IPS D r S Umapatathi. Admission is open from July 1 in 2019 on Nalsar web page.


Dr Gandhi said," The relevance of forensic sciences increased. In Banaras Hindu University 100 students passed out in Msc Forensic Scenc4e. In HCU 1000 were trained in forensics."


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