Department of Forensic Science
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:
The Department of Forensic Science was established in the Academic year 2019-2020. The department offers a three year B.Sc., degree course. The department imparts quality education with hands on experience to fit in to the forensic department of government.. The need of trained man power in this area is on increase. We cater the needs of the government forensic department. The department has fully equipped with laboratories specifically for each specialization viz., Hematology unit, Toxicology unit, Microbiology unit, Finger print analysis unit and photography unit.
- To enable the students to reach the highest levels of intellectual achievement and personal growth
- The program outcomes will have a positive impact on the global forensic science and law enforcement communities and on society.
FACILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT:
In the biology unit, biologists are in charge of DNA profiling on dried blood stains and other body fluids.
The unit is in charge of examining handwriting and typewriting on suspicious documents to determine the viability and source of the document.
In the Toxicology unit, body fluids and organs are examined to determine the presence of drugs and poisons in an individual body’s.
In this unit, there is a full record of all physical evidence from a crime. The evidence is also examined.
In this unit, fingerprint evidence is processed and examined.
CRIME INVESTIGATION UNIT:
In the crime sense investigation unit, collected crime scene evidences are preserved and to be processed later at the crime scene laboratories.
MODEL SAMPLES UNIT:
In this unit, the various biological and abiotic samples were collected and stored it as a model samples.
|1.||I B.Sc (FORENSIC SCIENCE) Students||17.10.2019||National Level Seminar On A Role Of Women In Higher Education||Women’s Studies Centre,Madurai Kamaraj University||Participation|
National conference On Finger Printing Technology
|Wakf Board college, Madurai||II Prize|
I B.Sc (FORENSIC SCIENCE)
|International Conference on Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship: Opportunities and Challenges||NAAS College||Participation|
|1||10.02.20||Othakadai Police Station And Superintendent Of Police Office At Madurai|
|2||14.02.20||Regional Forensic Science Laboratory, Madurai|
DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU)
NAME & ADDRESS OF THE COLLABRATOR
DATE OF MOU
NAME, DESIGNATION, ADDRESS WHO SIGNED FROM OUR COLLEGE
NAME, DESIGNATION, ADDRESS WHO SIGNED FROM COLLABRATOR’S SIDE
Management and science university, University drive, Off persiaran olahraga, Section 13, 40100 shah alam, Selangor darul ehasan, Malaysia
Tel.no. : +60355216481
Our honorable secretary Dr.N.Jegatheesan
signed in the MOU document
|Prof.T.Nataraja Moorthy who is work as a professor in the MSU, signed in the MOU document|
MR.S.KULANDAIVEL M.Sc., M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor & Head (i/c)
|MISS. G.AGASTA M.Sc.,
ILLUSTRATION ABOUT THE EVENT
The Department of Forensic science conducted an one day international seminar on ‘A Professor’s crime scene investigation experience’. Welcome is a traditional art. For this memorable event, convenor Ms.J.Shrine Gnana Treaza, Assistant professor, Dept. of Forensic science delivered the welcome address. Our honorable secretary Dr.N.Jegatheesan expressed the presidential address. Our respected moral guide Dr.R.Sevvel, principle introduced the guest speaker. Mr.T.Nataraja Moorthy, Professor of Forensic Science, Management and Science University (MSU), Malaysia who delivered the special address to this event and made this event as a meaningful one. Gratitude is a great attitude. The vote of thanks delivered by Ms.Fathima Sulthana, 3rd year B.Sc. Forensic science student. The on stage feedback was given by Mr.Abhijith and Ms.Angel who all are 3rd year B.Sc. Forensic Science students. The master of ceremony for this event was Mr.Sree Hari, 3rd year B.Sc. Forensic Science student. And, the prayer song and national anthem was sung by 2nd year B.Sc. Forensic Science students. The program was successfully coordinated by forensic science and chemistry department faculty members and students.
RESOURCE PERSON DETAIL
NAME : T.NATARAJA MOORTHY
DESIGNATION : PROFESSOR OF FORENSIC SCIENCE, FORENSIC SCIENCE PROGRAM, DHS, FACULTY OF HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES, MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY (MSU)
MOBILE NO. : 006012-9224610
Totally, 53 members were participated in this one day international seminar program.
The written feedback was collected from the participant’s. Here, in this report some samples were added.