Amity University Gurugram organized a two-day National Conference on Forensic Science and Crime Scene Investigation Competition (CSI)-2019 on 18-19 October 2019, focusing on the key areas of forensic science. This event includes the talk by eminent speakers, discussions, oral and poster presentations and crime scene investigation competition. The conference is having participation of more than 200 Forensic experts, scientists, scholars and practitioners from across the country.
The Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) competition being organized by Amity University Gurugram is first of its kind in forensic science competition organized by any university in India. Forensic Science is a fast expanding field and requires trained and skilled professionals. It includes a multi disciplinary approach to analyse different kinds of evidences collected from the scene of crime. The aim of the conference is to bring leading scientists, researchers, experts, academicians and scholars together and deliberate on the key issues in forensic science.
The chief guest for the events Dr. V. S Kaumudi IPS, Director General, Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), Delhi. Our eloquent speakers for the event are Dr. T.D Dogra (Former Director AIIMS, New Delhi), Dr. Anupuma Raina (Sr. Scientist, DNA Fingerprinting Lab, Dept of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, AIIMS, New Delhi), Dr. D.K Satpathy (HOD, Dept of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, LN Medical College, Bhopal, MP) and Dr. S. K Shukla (Director, AIFS, Amity University, Noida, UP).
Shri.V.S Kaumudi IPS, Director General, Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), Delhi in his inaugural address said that, “Forensic Science provide us the knowledge regarding crimes. Judges and prosecutors should also have knowledge regarding the nature of the crime scenes as intelligence agencies lacked knowledge in this particular field.”
“Let the story fit the evidence, not the evidence fit the story”, Dr Kaumudi added further.
Prof P B Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Amity University Gurugram in his welcome address said. “The forensic science experts should look at 360 degree view of a crime scene as it is very hard. Profiling of people has become very important, so as it to understanding the working of organizations in our country.”
Prof Padmakali Banerjee, Pro Vice Chancellor, Amity University Gurugram while motivating the students said, “We are an innovation driven university, we must set up a Centre for Forensic Science, in which we can conduct competitions and seminars.”
Prof A K Yadav, Director, ASAS delivered the welcome address at the National Conference on Forensic Science and CSI - 2019.
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