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Gujarat: Rashtriya Raksha University Hosts National Science Day Symposium

| Updated: March 2, 2022 19:57

The Rashtriya Raksha University School of Forensics, Risk Management, & National Security organized a one-day National Science Day Symposium to recognize the scientific contributions in Forensic Science on the occasion of National Science Day on February 28 2022.

A total of three online expert lectures covered the topic of criminology using chromatography, with Prof. Mukesh Thakkar of Punjabi University, Patiala, serving as the speaker. 

Every year February 28 is celebrated as National Science Day to commemorate the discovery of the ‘Raman Effect’ by Indian physicist CV Raman. Sir C.V. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize For his discovery in Physics in 1930. The theme for this year’s celebrations was ‘Integrated Approach in Science and Technology for Sustainable Future.’  

The first session head started with the technical assessment of Lip prints, their classification and their utility in a criminal investigation. Dr Kapil Sharma, Assistant Director, NDPS, FSL, Junga, took the second session who covered the area of recent trends in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Crimes. The second session covered various recent areas of NDPS related cases, new synthetic drugs, Novel Psychoactive substances etc. 

The third session was taken by Dr Aparna Sharma, Senior Scientific Officer, Uttarakhand State Council for Science & Technology, Dehradun, on Forensic identification of Skeletal remains of a child, covering different methods of DNA typing and its implication in solving a case.

 Dr J. R. Gaur presented a vote of thanks on the occasion, emphasizing the scientific challenges faced in Forensic Fraternity and motivating the participants for facing the challenges with a scientific temperament. There were more than 40 Participants including faculty and students across the University.

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