NALSAR offers Advanced PG Diploma course in Criminal Law & Forensic Science
NALSAR, in association with Truth Labs, the first independent Forensic Science Laboratory in India, is offering an Advanced PG Diploma course in Criminal Law & Forensic Science
Hyderabad: NALSAR, in association with Truth Labs, the first independent Forensic Science Laboratory in India, is offering an Advanced PG Diploma course in Criminal Law & Forensic Science for fresh or practicing graduates or Post-Graduates in Law, Arts, Science, Commerce, Medicine, Engineering, Social Sciences and other subjects with a view to enhance their knowledge and understanding of rules or laws enacted to protect the society against the perpetrators of crime and injustice and other criminal Justice processes.
Although it is quite useful for the practicing Lawyers and fresh Law Graduates or students of Law to acquaint themselves with the nuances of law and its enforcement, it also gives an over view of sociological, criminological, psychological aspects of human behaviour and the methods used by enforcement agencies towards ensuring public safety, internal security, criminal investigation, police administration, prosecution management, judicial management, as well as prisons & correctional services.
The course focuses on various forms of evidence especially physical evidence being the medium, essence and foundation of proof and provides a comprehensive over view of current advances and emerging trends in handling physical evidence encountered in various types of crimes such as rape, murder, theft, forgery, cheating, misappropriation, etc. and application of latest forensic analytical techniques involving examination of Questioned Documents, Finger Prints, Ballistics, Explosives, Drugs & Narcotics, DNA, E-mail Frauds, Cyber Forensics, Audio-Video Forensics, Speaker Identification, Polygraph-Lie Detector, Forensic chemistry, Forensic Physics, Forensic Toxicology, Forensic Engineering, etc.
The course is taught by eminent persons in the field of criminal law such as Justice G. Bhavani Prasad, Chairman (APERC), DR KPC Gandhi, Advisor Govt. of AP Police Services and Director of APFSL, MV Krishna Rao, IPS (retd) Former DG and Director of AP Police Academy MR Ahmed, Dr. S. Umapathi, IPS.
Admissions are open till July 1, 2019. For more details, interested candidates may visit the website www.nalsar.ac.in.