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Syllabus for M.Sc.

Forensic Science & Criminology (Semester System) Panjab University, Chandigarh

Detail Marks i) 1st Semester = 600 ii) 2nd Semester = 600 iii) 3rd Semester = 600 iv) 4th Semester = 600

Grand Total = 2400

1st Semester

Paper No. Title Theory Practical Total Marks IFSC1(1.1)GFS.Th IFSC1(1.2)GFS.Pr General Forensic Science 100 50 150

IFSC1(2.1)CCLFPS.Th IFSC1(2.2)CCLFPS.Pr Criminology, Criminal Law, and Finger Prints Science 100 50 150 IFSC1(3.1)FPS.Th IFSC1(3.2)FPS.Pr Forensic Psychology and Statistics 100 50 150 IFSC1(4.1)I.Th IFSC1(4.2)I.Pr Instrumentation 100 50 150

Total = 600

2nd Semester

Paper No. Title Theory Practical Total Marks IFSC2(5.1)BS.Th IFSC2(5.2)BS.Pr Biological Sciences

100 50 150 IFSC2(6.1)CS.Th IFSC2(6.2)CS.Pr Chemical Sciences 100 50 150 IFSC2(7.1)PS.Th IFSC2(7.2)PS.Pr Physical Sciences 100 50 150 IFSC2(8.1)QM.Th IFSC2(8.2)QM.Pr Quality Management 100 50 150

Total = 600

Th = Theory, Pr = Practical,

Pr Molecular Biology.1)HGC.1)FAOO.2)FAOO.Pr Forensic Anthropology. Immunology. Biochemistry and .2)MBIBM.1)MBIBM. Osteology and Odontology 100 50 150 IFSC3(10.Th IFSC3(10.Th IFSC3(11.Pr Human Genetics and Cytogenetics 100 50 150 IFSC3(11.3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No.2)HGC.Th IFSC3(9. Title Theory Practical Total Marks IFSC3(9.

Pr Advanced DNA Methods 100 50 150 Total = 600 OR 3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No.2)FT.Microbiology 100 50 150 IFSC3(12.1)DA. Title Theory Practical Total Marks IFSC3(9.Th IFSC3(12.Th IFSC3(9.1)FT.2)ADM.2)DA.Th IFSC3(10.1)ADM.Pr Drugs of Abuse 100 50 150 IFSC3(10.Pr .

Forensic Toxicology 100 50 150 IFSC3(11.1)FE.Th IFSC3(11.2)FE.Pr Forensic Explosives 100 50 150 IFSC3(12.1)IACS.Th IFSC3(12.2)IACS.Pr Instrumental Analysis in Chemical Sciences 100 50 150

Total = 600

OR

3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences

Paper No. Title Theory Practical Total Marks IFSC3(9.1)B.Th IFSC3(9.2)B.Pr Ballistics 100 50 150 IFSC3(10.1)D.Th IFSC3(10.2)D.Pr Documents 100 50 150 IFSC3(11.1)CF.Th IFSC3(11.2)CF.Pr Computer Forensics 100 50 150 IFSC3(12.1)FAVA.Th IFSC3(12.2)FAVA.Pr Forensic AudioVideo Analysis

100 50 150

Total = 600

4th Semester Biological Sciences

Paper No. Case examination/ experiments Case file Practical Examination (Six hours for Two Cases) (External) Total Marks IFSC4(13.1)P.CF IFSC4(13.2)P.Pr Collecting, documenting and testing of assigned materials: Paternity 100 50 150 IFSC4(14.1)SA.CF

2)SA.CF IFSC4(16.Pr Collecting.1)H.IFSC4(14.2)CS.1)CS.CF IFSC4(15. documenting and testing of assigned materials: Homicide 100 50 150 IFSC4(16.Pr Collecting. documenting and testing of assigned materials: Sexual assault 100 50 150 IFSC4(15.Pr DNA extraction and Amplification from challenged samples 100 50 150 Total = 600 CF = Case File .2)H.

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CF .OR 4th Semester Chemical Sciences Paper No.1)T.Pr Drugs of Abuse (as per NDPS act) 100 50 150 IFSC4(14. Case examination/ experiments on specialized papers Case file Practical Examination (Six hours for Two Cases) (External) Total Marks IFSC4(13.1)DA.CF IFSC4(13.2)DA.

2)T.2)E.1)E. Case examination/ experiments on .2)IACS.1)IACS.IFSC4(14.Pr Toxicology 100 50 150 IFSC4(15.CF IFSC4(16.CF IFSC4(15.Pr Instrumental Analysis in Chemical Sciences 100 50 150 Total = 600 OR 4th Semester Physical Sciences Paper No.Pr Explosives 100 50 150 IFSC4(16.

2)CF.CF IFSC4(16.CF IFSC4(14.2)D.1)FAVA.1)D.2)B.specialized papers Case file Practical Examination (Six hours for Two Cases) (External) Total Marks IFSC4(13.1)B.Pr Forensic .1)CF.Pr Documents 100 50 150 IFSC4(15.CF IFSC4(15.Pr Ballistics 100 50 150 IFSC4(14.CF IFSC4(13.Pr Computer Forensics 100 50 150 IFSC4(16.2)FAVA.

Audio-Video Analysis 100 50 150 Total = 600 .

fire arm and explosive injuries. technical knowledge. confessions. The paper covers all general aspects of forensic science including definition. The medico-legal cases has been taken up covering the aspects of autopsy. 5. better evidence. wide field. 3. Functions & Development . nature. tools and the needs pertaining to forensic investigations.1st Semester Paper No. approvers.Th General Forensic Science Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Forensic science is the application of a broad spectrum of sciences to answer questions of interest to a legal system. anonymity. stock witnesses. ante-and post-mortem injuries. Title Marks IFSC1(1. Merits and Demerits of Oral and Material evidence. Alternatives:. Brief introduction to the techniques of measurements and an introduction to the crime scene management have also been provided. diagnosis of poisoning and preservation of viscera. Nature 2. Need:-social changes.1)GFS. 4. Section-A 1. This may be in relation to a crime or a civil action.Eye witnesses.

Problems of proof: General. 4. Legal problems 4. Spectrophotometry. 2. 3. Invisible rays. Police dog. Problems. Expert help. specificity. Scene of Occurrence: Importance. economy 2. investigative problems. rapidity. Equipment. Court: Fallacies about expert evidence Section-C 1. Mobile Laboratory Flying squads. AAS. Tools and techniques. Electrophoresis. Electrochemical techniques. Language. Sketching. Prosecuting Counsel. Handling clues. Photography. 5. Chromatography. Illustrations. Spectrography. AES. Report. SEM-EDX. Recording. Scene Description. Photography. 3. Scientific aspects. Laws and Principles 7. . Expert Testimony: Expert. Defense Counsel. Evaluation: Protection. XRD. NAA. Location. Scene Management Documentation: Work Sheet. Forensic Science set-up Section-B 1. Modern aids: Investigator s kit.6. Search. Mass Spectrometry. Measurements: Microscopy. Scientific evidence and proof. Requirements: Sensitivity.

.. 10.M. 2. 1982 Forensic Science Hand Book. Evidence Recovery Log. I & II. Ltd. Franklin. B. Sketching Documentation. N. Jersey 4. F. J. Lundguist..I.. R. 1953 Crime in Investigation. Fitzgerald. Investigation of death. &Hardby. Printice Hall : N.).. 1974 Crime Investigation. 1956 Problems of Proof. Thonton..R. Sharma. C Publishers .. Interscience Publishers : New York 9. : Bombay. Saferstein. Inc. J. R. 1988 Modi s book of Medical Jursiprudence and Toxicology. J. : New York 6. S. New York 7.. Section-D 1. Albony 5. Forensic Science : An introduction to scientific and investigative techniques : C. Interscience Publishers.R 1990 Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation and Trial. 1976 Criminalistics : An Introduction to Forensic Science 3. Kirk. 1962 Methods of Forensic Science..H. Injuries : classification and type of injuries. James..Photographic documentation. 1952 Hand book of criminal investigation. Lab submission letter format. C. Central Law Agency.I. Allahabad. Saferstein. Possession Log. M. P.S. (ed. London 8. Osborn.A. Vol. nature of injuries antemortem/postmortem.J. A. Recommended Books 1.. Tripathi Pvt. determination of time since death and age of the dead.

& Siegel. Study of 10 crime case histories on forensic aspects or judgments of session courts/high courts/supreme court for their success/failure owing to forensic science. 12. R. Houck. J. Fundamentals of Forensic Science: Academic Press. Forensic Science: From Crime Science to the crime lab : Prentice Hall. 1st Semester Paper No.M.. Title Marks IFSC1(1. M.11.Pr General Forensic Science Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1.2)GFS. ... Saferstein.A.

1st Semester Paper No. Title Maximum Marks IFSC1(2. Positivist. Section A S. criminal behavior and its theories. Prevention 2. causes. Control. control. Causes. Criminal Law. Lecture Topics 1. No. Criminology : Definition. classification and all the scientific aspects regarding preserving and the examination. In criminal law the detailed description is provided regarding Indian penal code. Finger prints section includes history. Effects. Sociological . and Finger Prints Science Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 The realm of criminology takes up its scope and development.1)CCLFPS. Crime : Its elements. criminal procedure code and the Indian evidence act. prevention 4. development.Th Criminology. nature and causes. Scope and Development. Criminal Behaviour 3. Theories of Criminal Behaviour : Classic.

Definitions Sec. 84 iv. Process to compel the appearance of a person Sec. 41 to 60 viii. No. 24: Fraudulently Sec.Section B S. Indian Penal Code i. 52: Inquiry Sec. 86 2. Defence of intoxication Sec. 76 to 79 iii. Classes of Criminal Courts and their powers Sec. Lecture Topics 1. 6 to 35. Arrest of person without warrant and rights of arrested person Sec.R. Definitions Dishonestly Sec. 23. F. Defence of Mistakes of fact Sec. ii. . Defence of Unsound mind Sec.44: Voluntarily Sec.I. 2 Charge: Complaint: Bailable or Non-bailable offences: Summon Case & Warrant Case vi. 61 to 90 ix. Criminal Law : a. 39. Criminal Procedure Code v. and powers of police to investigate Sec.25: Good Faith Sec. 85. 154 to 176 vii.

45 -47. chance fingerprints: latent & visible fingerprints. Development of latent fingerprints: conventional methods of development of fingerprints fluorescent method. 141 Expert Evidence Sec. Definitions: Sec. Extension of Henry system. xi. pattern types. Examination of Witness Sec. disproved and not proved: May Presume. No. Indian Evidence Act x. 135 138: Leading Question Sec. Lecture Topics 1. plastic fingerprints. shall presume and conclusive proof. pattern areas 2. No. Composition of sweat. History and development of fingerprint Science. 3 Evidence: fact proved. Section-C S. magnetic powder method. fuming method. fingerprint Bureau 3. 4. Section-D S. Application of laser and other radiations to develop latent fingerprints. Confession by the Accused Sec. Lecture Topics . metal deposition method and development of latent prints on skin. chemical method etc.3. search of fingerprints. Classification of fingerprints Henry system of ten digit classification. formation of ridges. 5. 24 30 xii.

Moenssens. Ashbaugh. 2.. 4.K. 6. James F. CRC Press (1990). Jantralekha Printing . Roland Menzel. Automatic fingerprint identification system Recommended Books 1. various types of ridge characteristics 5. Cowger. 2nd Ed. Quantitative and Qualitative Friction Ridge Analysis. Chatterjee S. 2. Identification of Thumb Impression & Cross Examination of Finger Prints. Fingerprint Detection with Lasers.M. Taking of finger prints from living and dead persons. Friction Ridge Skin. Finger Prints Techniques. E. basis of comparison. M. CRC Press London (1993). Digital imaging and enhancement 4. NY (1975). individual characteristic. photography of fingerprints. David R. 5. Inc. Tripathi Pub. 3.. Mehta. Speculation in Finger Print Identification. USA (1999). Philadelphia. Chirton Book Co. class characteristic. Preserving and lifting of fingerprints. Comparison of fingerprints.K.1. Marcel Dekker. N. Bombay (1980). 3..

Canada (1980). R. 10. .L. H. disputed documents.Works.E. NY (1990).C. Cossidy. Smith B. Possibilities of Cheiloscupy in Forensic Science (1980). A. 14. Kolkata (1981).C. CRC Press. USA (1995). Roland.) Law Book Co. foots and detection of forgeries. Advances in Finger Print Technology. 18. Law and techniques relating to identification of handwriting. Mento Park (1995). J. Dental Anthropology. NY (1993). A. 17. II and III. Marcel Dekker. Ganesslen. Fingerprint detection with lasers. 9. M.L. CRC Press. B.C. E. Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences Vol. 13. 15.. Diagrams. Sweel D. Ontario. DNA & Forensic Odontology Manual of Forensic Odontology Colorado Springs. Innovative learning Pub. fingerprints. Sketches.V. Saukoo and G. Footwear Identification. Jannarelli. CRC Press Ohio (1999). Ksgpezak I. London (1991). Forensic Identification Series. Lee & R. 7. Menzel. Henry C. Ear Identification. Paramound (1989).J.R.M. Holland M. Hardless. 11. Central Law Agency.. Saxena. Allahabad (1995). 8. Disputed documents examination and fingerprints Identification (with Illustrations. Press (2000)..J... Cambridge Univ. S. Press. Cowger. Cook Nancy. Friction ridge skin Comparison and Identification of fingerprints. UK (1996). Royal Canadian Mounted Police. & Dizinno.A. Classifying Finger Prints. 16. James F. 19. Acad. Seigel. Knupfer. Hillison. I. 12. Photos etc.. Jain L. Intelligent Biometric Techniques in Fingerprint and face recognition. Allahabad (1990).

21. Bridges B. Hand writing expert testimony opinion Evidence. Maltoni. Fingerprints and other ridge skin Impressions. Criminal Investigation. Springer Pub.. CRC Press London (2004). Automatic Fingerprint recognition system. Christophie.C. Handbook of fingerprint recognition Springer Verlag. Practical Fingerprinting Thumb Impressions. 23. NY (2004). Davide.20. Ratha Nalini. Allahabad (2000). NY (2003). Champod. 22. . University Book Agency.

Pr Finger Prints Science Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. To identify ridge characteristics 7. Lifting of finger prints and photography 9.2)CCLFPS.1st Semester Paper No. To identify core and delta 5. Title Maximum Marks IFSC1(2. Ten digit fingerprint classifications 10. Development of latent prints by mechanical methods. To take plain and rolled inked finger prints 2. fuming and chemical methods on various surfaces 8. To identify the finger print patterns 4. To compare the finger prints . To perform ridge tracing and ridge counting 6. Taking of palm prints 3.

The paper takes up the concepts of probability. 5. Mental disorders and Forensic Psychology 4. Statistics is the science of making effective use of numerical data relating to groups of individuals or experiments. Assessing metal competency.1)FPS. Section-A S. profile typing. Memory recovery. Need for criminal profiling. Criminal profiling approaches . Statement verification. Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychology. usage of SPSS. No.1st Semester Paper No. Lecture Topics 1. Civil and criminal case assessment 3. Forensic Psychology and the Law 2. Title Maximum Marks IFSC1(3. brain signature profiling. Bernoulli trials. Eye witness testimony. psychological assessment. aspects of polygraph.Th Forensic Psychology and Statistics Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Forensic psychology includes the ethical issues. hypnosis and related legal and ethical aspects. scatter diagrams and the basic idea of significant tests.

Historical aspects of brain signature profiling 7. operational aspects. Psychological assessment. Genetics and Crime. Historical aspects of Polygraph. statement assessment. Non-verbal detection. Psychological Assessment Tools. Hypnosis. EEG-ER recording. Personal History. chart analysis methodology. Question formulation techniques. Serial murders Silent points in criminal profiling. analysis . Human rights of individual. Interview.6. Lecture Topics 1. Legal and Ethical aspects. probe preparation. thermal imaging. Brain Electrical Oscillation Signature Profiling. Psychological Assessment 9. 7. Principles of Brain Signature profiling. Chart recording. Forensic Scientific evidence. Polygraph. chart interpretation skills 5. The Art-Polygraph. Forensic Socio Psychological profiling. functional magnetic resonance study 12. Criminal Profiling types.No. Detection of deception. 8. Principles of polygraph 2. Crime and Psychopathology. Mental Status Examination. Interviewing technique procedure 4. voice stress analyzer. adoptive profiling system. Nero psychological aspects. Various methods for detection of deception 11. 6. Purpose of Psychological Assessment 10. Crime profiling. operational aspects 3. psycho physiological aspects. Current research in detection of deception/truth finding mechanisms Section-B S.

Intuitive concept of probability. Legal and Ethical aspects. Hypnosis. variability (box and whisker plot). Requirements of Hypnosis 10. expectation and variance. Sense of Hypnosis 11. Section D . Frequency tables and their graphs. Legal and Ethical aspects. Human rights of individual 9. probability density function. 2. 3.12 methodology and interpretation skills 8. measurement scales. Types of data. distribution function. Measures of location. probability mass function. (Use of SPSS package). Artificial Hypnosis/Narco analysis. N o Lecture Topics 1. General Procedure. Human rights of individual Section C S. Skewness and Kurtosis. Forensic Hypnosis. conditional probability. Random variable. population and samples. Applications of Hypnosis. Addition and Multiplication theorem of Probability (Bayes theorem). Biostatistics: its meaning and objectives.

K and Dasgupta. Hand Book of Forensic Psychology O Donohue Levensky 4. A.S. Niehans 7.Vrij 10. Sampling. Bio-statistics:A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences(7th edition. Tests of hypothesis for the parameters of a normal distribution (two sample problems also). simple regression (using SPSS).Kloinen 9. Yates correction. N o Lecture Topics 1.Mukundan 5.Turvey 6. 11.Sharma 2.M.Matte 8. correlation and Spearman s rank Correlation Coefficient.B. 4. Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials . Distributions of sample mean.R. Brain Experience C. Art & Science of the Polygraph Techniques J. Hand Book of Polygraph Testing M. B . Bernoulli trials. Wayne W. difference of means. Scatter diagram.Goon. Poisson and normal distributions 2. Fundamental of Statistics Vol. Detecting Lies & Deceit A. The basic idea of significance tests. Binomial. The Hand Book of Forensic Psychology Weiner Hass 3. I .R. 3. 2000) Sciences.A. Gupta. M. John Wiley -Daniel. chi-square tests for association. paired t-test. Investigative Forensic Hypnosis J. Criminal Profilling B. Books: 1.

.Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller. Biostatistics and Epidemiology: A Primer for Health and Biomedical Professionals . 1.Bancroft. Title Maximum Marks IFSC1(3.13 12. Hildah 13. 1st Semester Paper No.1)FPS. Categorical data Analysis . Introduction to Bio-Statistics . practical implementation of statistical analyses methods.Alan Agreti 14.Pr Forensic Psychology and Statistics Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 SPSS practicals on computers: to cover those techniques of data preparation needed prior to data analyses.

Atomic omission spectroscopy. Raman Spectroscopy. Finger print Identification system and Ballistic data measurement system. SEM-EDAX.principle-source-instrumentation-workingsamplinglimitations: Simple Microscope. Lecture Topics 1. XRD. Stereoscopic Microscope.1) I. HPTLC and Electro Phrases GRIM. It comprises of various microscopic techniques. Transmission Electron Microscope. Polarizing Microscope. Section A S. NAA like Column Chromatography. LC. Scanning Electron Microscope. Integrated . Microscope Basic concepts. different spectroscopic techniques like UV-Vis. AAS. GC. TLC. No. Polygraph. Compound Microscope. XRF.Th Instrumentation Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper includes all the various types of instrumental techniques which can be employed in different laboratories for forensic examination. Fluorescence and phosphorescence spectrophotometer. Comparison Microscope. Title Maximum Marks IFSC1(4.1st Semester Paper No. FTIR.

Basic concepts.Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Section B S.principle-source-instrumentationworkingsampling-limitations: Column chromatography. Gas Chromatography(GC). Lecture Topics 1. Lecture Topics 1. Atomic absorption spectrometry. AAS. Fluorescence and phosphorescence spectrophotometry. HPTLC-High . Liquid Chromatography(LC). Chromatography Basic concepts. No. No.principle-source-instrumentation-working-samplinglimitations: Ultra violet and visible spectrophotometer.Ballistic Identification System. Thin-layer Chromatography (TLC). Section C S. Atomic emission spectrometry: ICP-X-rayspectrometry: XRD and XRF-infrared spectrophotometer FTIR-Raman spectroscopyRadiochemical techniques: Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA)Thermal analysis methods.Mass spectrometry.

Finger Print Identification system.R. No. EEG-ERP. Video spectral comarator.R. Ballistic data measurement system. Electrostatic lifting equipment. Lecture Topics 1. DNA sequence. BOOKS 1.principle-source-instrumentationworkingsampling-limitations: Glass refractive index measurement (GRIM). Encyclopedia of Analytical Science -Vol. Forensic Instruments Basic concepts.B. Electrophoresis. Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials. Section D S. SEM-EDAX. Polygraph. Forensic Science Hand book. Instrumentation Methods Of Analysis .Willard Merritt & Dean Settle .Sharma 2. Saferstain 3. 1-10 4. Polarograph. nonlinear editing. Voice print spectrograph (CSL).performance liquid Chromatography.

It deals with forensic entomology.A 1 History and nature of Forensic Biology . SECTION . The first section emphasize on the tools and techniques of prime importance in forensic biology-microscopy (light and electron both. which in turn will make them aware of the factors and features associated with the same thereby producing meaningful and substantial evidence. botany. pollen and diatoms and their usage as forensic evidence. leaves. It includes the study of various properties useful in forensic comparisons along with the collection procedures. serology. and forensic botany. Last unit covers the most encountered body fluids at a crime scene along with their nature. wildlife. Unit three is dedicated to another neglected but nearly ubiquitous type of evidence-hair and fibers.e.Th Biological Sciences Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Forensic biology is introduced with all its components i.16 2nd Semester Paper No. Forensic botany comprises of wood. forensic characterization and collection. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(5. terminology and properties associated with it) and electrophoresis (special reference to application of capillary electrophoresis). This unit gives the students an insight into the life of other living organisms. limnology etc. forensic wildlife. forensic entomology.1)BS. The second section touches upon the various neglected but worthwhile fields of forensic science.

polarized light. refractive index. extinction angle. and birefringence. Plants and Microorganisms in Legal Investigation 5 Basic Principles.2 General Definitions and concepts 3 Historical developments 4 Animals. 7 Magnification. including fibers and hair. isotropy vs. Koehler illumination. sign of elongation 10 Contrast between image formation mechanism of compound and scanning microscope 11 Forensic biological applications of scanning electron microscope 13 Electrophoresis General overview. extinction characteristics. Tools and Techniques 6 The Microscope: Parts of compound microscope. refractive index determination. color and pleochroism 9 Crossed polars. Particle characterization. Application of Polarized light methods to hair and fiber analysis. birefringence. field of view.B Forensic Entomology 1 Introduction. working distances and depth of focus 8 Crystallography of fibers. general entomology and arthropod biology 2 Insects of forensic importance . anisotropy. crystal morphology and optics. Principles and modes of electrophoresis 14 Application of capillary electrophoresis in DNA typing SECTION .

preparation of slides. 5 Insect succession on carrion and its relationship to determine time since death. extraction from various body tissues. collection evaluation and forensic significance 10 Wood: Type of wood and their identification and comparison 11 Leaves: Identification of various types of leaves and their anatomy. including bone marrow. horn and teeth by conventional and modern methods. 4 The role of aquatic insects in forensic investigations. location. nails. methods of identification and comparison 13 Diatoms: Nature. forensic significance SECTION . methods of comparison 12 Pollen : Structure. Forensic Botany 9 Introduction. types. Wild Life Forensics 6 Introduction.17 3 Collection of entomological evidence during death investigations. methods of identification and comparison.C Hair and Fibres 1 Morphology of hair Cuticle cortex and medulla area of hair . its application to Forensic Entomology. importance 7 Protected and endangered species of animals and plants. location structure. fur bones. 8 Identification of wild life materials such as skin. identification of pug marks of various animals. function.

List of ABO antigens and antibodies in blood 6 Principles of heredity 7 Biological Markers of Forensic Significance 8 Forensic characterization of blood 9 Concept of antigen-antibody reaction and application to species identification 10 Monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies 11 The nature of semen Forensic characterization of semen 12 Collection of physical evidence in a rape investigation . Forensic characterization of saliva 14 Court Room Testimony .Preservation of suspected blood and semen stains for laboratory examination 13 The nature of saliva.2 Three phases of hair growth 3 Distinction between animal and human hair 4 Hair features useful for microscopic comparison of human hair 5 Collection of forensic hair evidence 6 Difference between natural and synthetic fibres 7 Properties of fibers useful for forensic comparison 8 Collection of fiber evidence SECTION .D Body fluids 1 The nature of blood 2 Chemical and Microscopic Analysis of Biological Stains 3 Screening Evidence for Biological Stains in Forensic Casework 4 Species of Origin and Serology Seperation Techniques 5 ABO Grouping and Secretor Status.

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Plants and Microorganisms in Legal Investigation by Allen Gunn 3 The biochemistry of semen and male reproductive tract Thaddeus Mann Methuen &Co. microscopic and chemical properties Herbert R. 2001 9 Forensic botany: principles and applications to criminal casework By Heather Miller Coyle Published by CRC Press. Pandey 7 Forensic Examination of Hair (Taylor & Francis Forensic Science Series) by James R. 2004 2nd Semester Paper No. London 1964 4 Biology methods Manula Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Laboratory London 5 Mathew s textile fibres their physical.Pr Biological Sciences Practical Total: 50 .P. Byrd.2)BS.18 Books 1 An Introduction to Forensic Science by Richard Saferstein (Prentice Hall College Div. James L. Castner Published by CRC Press. Ltd. Mauersberger John Wiley New York 1954 6 Plant Anatomy B. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(5. Robertson (Editor) 8 Forensic entomology: the utility of arthropods in legal investigations By Jason H. 8th edition) 2 Essential Forensic Biology: Animals.

human and animal hair morphology. color.Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1 Laboratory Notebook procedures/Evidence documentation 2 Sample preparation of hairs and fibers. medulla. ellipticity ratio. scale casts 5 Vegetable fiber characterization Mineral fiber characterization 6 Unknowns and sample handling 7 Presumptive tests for Blood and semen 8 Confirmatory tests for blood and semen 9 P30 by ELISA 10 Tests for saliva . damage. medullary ratio. 3 Characterization of synthetic fibers Dispersion staining 4 Human hair comparison. pigment shape and distribution. tip Animal hair diameter. scale count from casts). root. disease. color banding. measurements (diameter. medulla. treatment.

audio-video recording of bribe cases.acids and alkalies. mistakes. laboratory examination of trap cases. restoration of erased numbers. No. demonstration samples. precautions.Th Chemical Sciences Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper is exclusive in including the basics of forensic chemical science which are helpful in exploring the minute of the subject. Indian standard specifications along with analysis of petroleum products.1)CS. Section-A S. 5 Restoration of erased numbers Importance of numbers. motives. It takes up the detective dyes. marking of numbers on different articles. dyes as substituents of phenolphthalein 4 Case studies. fire and arson. importance. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(6.2nd Semester Paper No. Lecture Topics 1 Analysis of corrosive chemicals. chemistry of detective dyes. 2 Detective dyes: bribery-definition under Indian penal code. alcohols and it all related aspects. method 3 Sample collection of suspect. restoration of erased numbers on different surfaces .

absorption. smell.Forensic significance. production of different types of alcohols including wines.verproof spirit. control. methyl alcohol. determination of percentage of alcohol by specific gravity method. fatal dose. No. acidity. person responsible 3 Search and collection of evidence. liquors. No. burnt bodies. problems of prohibition. proof spirit . nature of fire 2 Progress. nature. time of fire.colour. elimination. natural causes of fires. sample selection for extraction of . Lecture Topics 1 Arson Definition under Indian penal code. suspected arson. analysis of alcohol. Intoxicationmedical examination.Section-B S. Lecture Topics 1 Alcohol. ester. Blood alcohol analysis by chemical methods 4 Significance of blood alcohol. effects. rectified sprit and absolute alcohol(liquors) 2 Terminologies. motives. difficulty in investigation of fires. seat of fire. 3 Alcohol-properties. physical tests. IMFS. Breath Screening devices Section C S.

.C. ISS of Gasoline 3. IS:323-1959. Universal Law Publishing Co. Lecture Topics 1. Act) 1955 4. Ltd. 1988 Indian Standard Alcoholic Drinks Methods of Test. Analysis of gasoline as per ISI methods 7.R. Analysis of kerosene as per ISI methods 8. B. Analysis of lubricating oils as per ISI methods Recommended Books 1. No.Svehia(2nd Impression-2006). ISS of HSD & LDO 5. Indian Standard Specification for rectified sprit. 3. 2. 4 Case Studies Section-D S. revised. Vogel s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (7th Edition) revised by G. Delhi (4th edition 2005). Pvt. First Revision (1988) 5. Sharma.accelerants. ISS of Kerosene 4. Petroleum products-production 2. ISS of lubricating oil 6. Petroleum Laws and Essential Commodities Act (E. 9th reprint. isolation and extraction of accelerants. IS:3752. December (1989) . analysis by GC/GC-MS method. Analysis of HSD & LDO as per ISI methods 9. Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials by Dr.

Kennedy.L. The ISI Specification for Motor Gasoline (IS: 2796/2000) 8. 1976 14. Fire Science Series.6. by Saferstein. J. 1982 15.. Robert E.. Encino. R. The ISI Specification for Diesel (IS: 1460/2000) 9.. Glencoe.. Karch. The ISI Specification for Kerosene (IS: 1459/1974) 7. Interscience Publishers. P. Printice Hall : N. Chicago (1962) 13. J. Fire and Arson Investigation. The Indian Standard Methods of Test for Petroleum Products IS:1448 10. The ISI Specification for Gear Lubricants (IS: 2297/1997) 11. Published by CRC Press (2007) . Kirk. R. Carter.I. The ISI Specification for Petroleum Hydrocarbon Solvents (IS: 1745/1978) 12. London (1978) 18. Glencoe Publishing Co. Forensic Science Hand Book. An Introduction to Forensic Science by Saferstein. New York (1960) 17. Crime Investigation. Forensic Issues in Alcohol Testing By Steven B. Inc. Arson Investigation. Fire Investigation. 1974 16. Edition: illustrated. Inc. by Thonton.. Jersey. California. : New York.

: Isolation and identification Drugs.19. I and Vol.G.C. Clark. Vol.II. (1986). E. .

Sodium carbonate & sodium hydroxide on phenolphthalein and their subsequent analysis. Chemical test for methanol. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(6. Study of effect of different concentration of Sodium bicarbonate. Analysis of partially burnt clothes in arson cases by GC method for the detection of inflammable substances . Rhodamine B. Restoration of registration numbers on plates 7. Sulphuric Acid.No.2nd Semester Paper No.2)CS. Collection of different samples in bribery cases and their chemical analysis for the detection of Dye and base. 3. 8. 4. Restoration of erased numbers on metallic surfaces 6. Nitric Acid & Aqua. Analysis of Hydrochloric Acid. acetone. copper and iron in liquors 9. ethanol. Determination of percentage of proof sprit of ethyl alcohol in alcoholic beverages. TLC analysis of phenolphthalein. Laboratory Topics (Internal) 1.P Chemical Sciences Practical (Internal) Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 S. Alta and Mercurochrome 5.Regia 2.

10. Analysis of Petrol. Kerosene and HSD by GC method with temperature programming .

Lifting. Casting of impressions. Section A 1. Fiber its physical and Chemical properties. Striated marks. analysis of Fiber through UV-visible spectroscopy. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(7. Paint Instrumental technique like IR.1)PS. 4.2nd Semester Paper No. Sub class characteristics. Py GOMS. Tool marks. and gem stone analysis. Comparison of tool marks. Analysis of foot impressions. Foot/Footwear/Tyre Impression: Collection. Identification of cameras from film negatives: Principle of camera identification. Photomicrography recording. Tool Marks: Compression marks. . It comprises of analysis of foot/footwear/Type impression. Tracing.. 2. Features: Class characteristics. cement and its analysis. Identification of tampered electric energy meters. Identification characteristics. soil. 3. Repetitive marks. Moulds. papers examination. Glass its types and measurement of physical parameters glass for its comparison with suspect.Th Physical Sciences Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper includes the various basic principles of physics based techniques which can be applied to solve the various forensically relevant cases. Individual characteristics. XRD etc. Combination of compression and striated marks.

Ignition Test. Elemental analysis of the pigments. Removal of contamination. X-ray powder Diffraction of crystalline materials. Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography Py-GCMS. SiO2. Differential solubility and TLC 6. Particle Size Distribution. CEMENT: Bromoform Test. Identification of Nonreactive Dyes using TLC. Density distribution. FIBER: Determination of Physical and chemical properties of fiber. Physical matching. 2. Microscopic Examination. Cement Analysis (Gravimetric method): Insoluble Residue. Analysis of fiber using IR spectroscopy. pH Measurement. . PAINT: Microscopic examination. Fineness Test. 2.5. Watermark Examination Chemical Analysis Trace Elemental Section-C 1. SOIL: Sample preparation. Instrumental Techniques: Infra-red spectroscopy. PAPERS: Physical examination. Section B 1. color. 3. Loss on Ignition Test. Analysis of Textile Fibers: UV-Visible Spectroscopic examination of Textile Fibers. 3. Microchemical tests.

X-Ray Powder Diffraction: Identification of adulterated cement and adulterant. Light sensitive glass. Glass fracture identification. Recommended Books 1. 4.No. Crime Investigation by P. Kirk. Forensic examination of glass and paint. matching. Section D 1. Glass: Types of Glass-Soda lime glass. Forensic Science Progress. Laminated. 6. R Saferstein. S. Becke line concept. Forensic Science Hand Book. Density comparison by flotation and density gradient tubes. Density measurements for bigger fragments of glass. Wire glass. Physical parameters: Fluorescence under UV radiation. 5. 4. Vol.-III Chapter-3 (1993).Combined Alumina and Ferric Oxide. RI using the mixture of miscible liquids and hot stage microscope. A. Vol. Maehly et all. Preparation of Cube 5. Prentice Hall International. safety glass. 3. Forensic science hand book by Richard Saferstein 2.1 to 5. Gem Stones: Analysis of crystalline substances. Coloured glass. Tampered/toughened glass. 6. 2. London. 4. Initial and final Setting Time. Taylor & Francis. Mortar and Concrete: Analysis of mortar and concrete. Density or Specific gravity. CaO.IS: . borosilicate glass. Physical method: Determination of compressive Strength. Elemental analysis. Setting Times. Brian Caddy.L. Methods of Chemical Analysis of Hydraulic Cement. Bureau of Indian Standards. Standard Consistency. Refractive Index Measurement (RI): Immersion method. 3.

New York (USA). Chemical Publication. Vol.15-09. James Robertson. 11.Weseley Publ. Elements of X-ray Diffraction. 8. Comp.Inc. .I and II).M. 13. 9. Annual Book of ASTM standard. Precious stones.01:1985 12. Addision. B. Max Bauer (Vol. 7.4032-1985. Forensic examination of fibres. Inc.D. F. B. Lea. The chemistry of cement and concrete. Cullity. ASTM standards. Gem Testing.04.1971. 10. Vol. Anderson. W. Comp.

Colour. striated and combination of both marks. Comparison of paint chips under microscope 7.2)PS. thickness) 9. Concentric. c) and d values certain elements from using Bragg s law 4. Calculation of unit cell parameters (a. b. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(7. Anthracite etc. Soil comparison using density gradient tubes . Twist. Comparison of Compression.2nd Semester Paper No.Pr Physical Sciences Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. density. stones using XRD 5. Dye marks. Radial. hackle and Rib Marks identification on Glass fracture 2. Beryl. Measurement of physical parameters (colour. Microscopic examination of various fibres 8. Peak determination of Quartz. refractive index) on glass samples 3. 6. Measurements of physical parameters of fibers (Number of strands. Bromoform test on cement sample 10. Diameter of strand.

1)QM. Purchasing of services and supplies 13. Section-A 6. quality assurance and quality improvement. Scope. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(8. Document control 9. Preventive action . Service to customer 14. Subcontracting of tests and calibrations 12. The paper covers up the scope and management of quality control and assurance. Improvement 16. Quality.2nd Semester Paper No. Quality Assurance. management system 8. sampling. assessor assignment procedure and processes of onsite assessment. Review of requests 10. role of assessor. Corrective action 17. internal audits and its technical requirements. document control. Tenders and contracts 11. Management Requirements.organization.Th Quality Management Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Quality management can be considered to have three main components: quality control. Quality Control 7. Complaints 15.

General 2. implementation. Terminology 3. Accommodation and environmental conditions 4. planning. Additional unscheduled audits 10. records organization of management review. Planning of audit 6. Equipment 6. Objectives 4. Internal Audits 2. Personnel 3. Tests and calibration methods and methods validation 5.18. Section-C 1. Organization of internal audits 5. Control of records Section-B 1. Technical requirements . Records and reports of internal audits 9. Measurement traceability . Management Review Objectives. Follow up of corrective action 8. Implementation of internal audits 7.

1. Total Quality Control Essentials -Key Elements Methodologies and Managing . Procedure of assessment of new applicant laboratories 4. Guide for Internal audit and Management Review for Laboratories 27. NABL-141. Assessor Guide Issue No. NABL -161. Issue No.5. Juran s Quality Comtrol Handbook.1998 25. Guide of assessors to formulate recommendations for NABL 7. Sampling 8.7. Assessor guide -Assessor s role 2.01 Issue Dt : 8. Gryna.3. On-site assessment 6. Industrial Engineering Series (1988) 30. Frank M. Handling of test and calibration items 9.M. NABL-113. Fourth Edition.2002 28. NABL-210. Guidelines for Estimation and Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement 29. Reporting the results Section-D 1. McGraw-Hill International Editions. Assuring the quality of test and calibration results 10. Procedure for conducting closing meeting Material and Bibliography: 24. Pre-assessment visit 5. J. Assessor assignment procedure 3.6. Juran. IS/ISO/IEC 17025 : 2005 General Requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories 26.

Prabhakar M. McGraw-Hill International Editions.2)QM. Ghare. Title Maximum Marks IFSC2(8. Bertrand L. Sarv Singh Soni. New Delhi-110001 (1993) 2nd Semester Paper No.P Quality Management Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 Ten practicals on ISO/IEC/17025: 205 . Hansen.for Success. Ltd. Industrial Engineering Series (1993) 31. Quality Control & Application. Gryna. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt..

It also teaches them complete facial reconstruction and restoration.Th Forensic Anthropology. sex.3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Introduction to forensic Archaeology 2 Decomposition and estimation of time since death . Ancient DNA typing along with procedures involved for optimization of these techniques is also a part of this paper. It gives the students the strength of forming a picture with the information that they can retrieved from the bones-demography. race. History. Scope and methods. The facial superimposition and forensic art forms an intrinsic part of this science and of the syllabus here. Forensic anthropology. It includes forensic osteology and dentistry. Osteology and Odontology Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 When all traces of life are wiped out along with the tissue then forensic anthropology comes to the rescue of forensic scientists. This will ensure that the students of this paper will be of great help to the society and science as they will have hands on experience in the field. SECTION A 1 Introduction to subject. age etc. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(9.1)FAOO.

facial tissue thicknesses with MRI and other methods. variation and anthropometry 3 Demography age and sex 4 Race ancestry Bio-distance 5 Burial laws 6 Trauma and Paleopathology 7 Activity patterns 8 Diet Stature 9 Body modifications 10 Chemistry of bones 11 Time elapsed since death 12 Muscle attachments 13 Non metric variation SECTION C 1 Forensic facial reconstruction Human facial anatomy including bones and muscles. Osteometric techniques and stature estimation. Ethics. anatomy of the facial features. three dimensional method of facial reconstruction with clay .3 Field and laboratory management of skeletal remains 4 Dental anatomy and forensic dentistry SECTION B 1 Introduction to subject. handling of bones 2 Human osteology overview.

method as well as with computerized technique. 2 Facial restoration .

Ancient DNA extraction: comparision of extraction methods. Recovery of Forensic Evidence from individual graves. modern human ancestry. Still photographic method and computerized technique of superimposition.3 Facial superimposition : Anthropological study of skull. Fragment lengths of ancient DNA. age progression on the face. Forensic Geophysical survey. SECTION D Forensic anthropologists and mass disasters Forensic Archaeology Introduction. rule of the thumb principles for facial reconstruction. Legal matters. Recommended Books 1. Forensic Anthropology Laboratory manual Steven Byers and Susan. the age of ancient DNA. ancient DNA yield. Methods. ancient DNA preservation. Photography of the skull in the same pose as the antemortem photography. enlargement of the antemortem photograph. Human migrations. relation. . Benefits and Controversies of Genetic Anthropology Ancient DNA Typing Introduction. ancient DNA degradation patterns. Ancient DNA markers. storage of ancient DNA extracts. comparison of the facial features of the human skull and the antemortem photograph. Myster. strategies and applications. 4 Forensic art: 2D facial reconstruction by drawing method from the facial features. F508. CCR5. Molecular Anthropology: Progress and Perspectives Genetic Anthropology.

Human Osteology in Archaeology and Forensic Science: In Archaeology and Forensic Science Margaret Cox.K . Strategies. Simon Mays Cambridge University Press. Anthropometry Singh. Forensic Archaeology: Advances in Theory and Practice by John Hunter. The human bone manual Tim White and Pieter Folkens Academic press 4.P. 2000 7. Human osteology: A laboratory and field manual William M. Ancient DNA Typing: Methods. Margaret Cox (Routledge Taylor and Francis Group) 5. and Bhasin. M.Allyn and Bacon Publishers 2. I. and Applications by Susanne Hummel (Published by Springer) 6. bass : Missouri Archaeological Society 3.

anatomical layout and skeletal recording 3.3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Forensic Archaeology field work 2. patella. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(9. Osteology : Human skeleton Axial and appendicular skeleton. Femur tibia. Age and sex determination of Human skeleton 8. Humerus radius ulna.Pr Forensic Anthropology. Vertebral column. phalanges 6. Demonstration of bone and dental pathology 5. indices Humerus Measurements. angles. Scapula Measurements. fibula. Tarsals. Pelvis. . Descriptive terminology used in osteology. Carpals metacarpals and phalanges. Osteometry. Crematorium field trip Demonstration of bone injuries 4. Different classes of bones and their functions. Bone identification. Human and non human bones case study 7. features of bones.metatarsals.2)FAOO. The Skull. Osteology and Odontology Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Clavicle scapula and ribs.

Measurements of head and face. projective height measurements of the body in standing position measurements in sittingpositic linear and breadth measurements of upper and lower extremities. Craniometry : Measurements on cranium and face 9.Angles and indices Humerus and femur Torsion angles. Somatoscopy: Morphological observations of different body characters . Somatometry : Landmarks on body. 10. Indices.

meiosis. SECTION A 1 Mendelian Inheritance 2 The concept of Genetics polymorphism 3 Blood groups: ABO. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. ABH saliva secretion .Th Human Genetics and Cytogenetics Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper consists of basic genetics-blood grouping of various types. mitosis. genetic drift etc.3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. proteins and blood (biological markers) along with their usage to arrive at forensically relevant information.1)HGC. DNA databanking. human cytogenetics. mutations. serum protein polymorphisms. Mendelian inheritance. This information is the key to the value attributed to the biological evidence when it is presented in the court of law. A study of this paper will be helpful in knowing the basics involved in the biology of DNA. MN and Rh systems. conservation genetics and statistics of forensic importance.

Mutation. the sex chromatin. 8 Mutations and Genetic Drift.4 Haemoglobin 5 Serum Proteins: Hptoglobin 6 Inborn errors of metabolism: Albinism. Paris Report (1971) 6 Morphological variability of human chromosomes 7 Heterochromatin and genetic inactivation: Heterochromatin. 14 Marriages and Consanguinity. 11 Genetic Segregation 12 Genetic Distance 13 Effects of Migration. SECTION B 1 General introduction Human Cytogenetics 2 Mitosis Meiosis in Males mciosis in Females 3 Chromosome structure and ceildivision 4 Human somatic chromosomes 5 Nomenclature Standardisation in Human Cytogenetics Denver Report (1960). correlation between the number of chromatin masses and the number of X chromosomes. Paris Report (1963) Chicago Report (1966). Phenylketonuria and Alkaptonuria PTC taste sensitivity and Glucose 7 Hardy-Weinberg Law. 9 Evolution Molecular basis of Evolution 10 Natural Selection. 8 Chromosome mutations in Man Numerical and structural changes .

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. Student T test. captive populations and conservation management units Genetics and Reproduction. Benefits. Sibling index. Genetic selection Using molecular biology for species preservation Wildlife forensics SECTION D 1 Descriptive Statistics 2 Distribution and Standard deviations 3 Samples and Populations 4 Introduction to theory of Probability 5 Statistical testing Chi square test. History. History. Potential Benefits of DNA Databanking. Genetics and Violence Introduction to conservation genetics Species or subspecies? Resolving taxonomic uncertainty Wild populations. Cloning.SECTION C Human Genome Project: Introduction. Social. 6 Paternity/Maternity index. Genetic Discrimination. Probability of match . Ethical. Ethical and Legal Issues DNA Forensic Databases.. Correlation Likelihood ratios and Regression. Legal. Human Genome Diversity Project: Introduction. and Social Issues Associated with DNA Databanking. Goals. Behavioral genetics. Goals. Benefits.

7 Prosecutor s and Defender s Fallacy Recommended Books 1. Germany by Bernd Brinkmann and Angel (Published by Elsievers Health Sciences) 3. Interpreting DNA Evidence: Statistical Genetics for Forensic Scientists by Ian W. Ranjan Deka. Population Genetics by John H Gillespie (Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press) 2. Franco Taroni (Published by John Wiley and Sons) 10. Campbell. Expert Evidence and Criminal Justice by Mike Redmayne (Published by Oxford University Press) 11. Aitken. Statistics and the Evaluation of Evidence for Forensic Scientists by C. . Simon J. Bontrager (Published by Hammicks BMA Medical Bookshop) 8. Sibte Hadi (Published by Wiley) 5. Genomic Diversity: Applications in Human Population Genetics by Surinder Singh Papiha. Buckleton. Forensic DNA Evidence Interpretation by John S. Walsh (Published by CRC Press) 9. Adrian Linacre. Human and Molecular Genetics by Peter Sudbery (Published by Pearson Education Limited) 4. An Introductin to Forensic Genetics by William Goodwin. G. Statistics at Square one by TDV Swinscow. Kenneth L. Progress in Forensic Genetics 9: Proceedings from the 19th International ISFG Congress Held in Munster. G. Human Variations by Stephen Molnar (Published by Prentice Hall) 6. Ranajit (Published by Springer) 7.

G. staining and . Human Genetics Mckusick. A. applied Genetics and Biostatistics Goswami. Laboratory procedures in Human Genetics. I General Cytogenetics Hamerton. Bruce S. The Principles of Human Biochemical Genetics Harris. Laboratory procedures in Human Genetics Vol. The Nucleus. G. H. Practical Cytology. S. C. Talukder. 17. and Talukder. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. 15.A 19. Genetics and medicine Thompson and Thompson. 20. fixation.Evett. Blood groups serology Boorman. Dodd and Lincoln 18.Pr Human Genetics and Cytogenetics Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1 Analysis of Interphase Nuclei Introductory remarks 2 Buccal smears and blood smears obtaining the material. 16. 2.K. 14. 1976. I Chromosome methodology Sharma. Vol.J 3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Calcutta. A. 13.2)HGC. Weir (Published by Sinauer Associates 12.K. V. Human Cytogenetics. U... H. and Mukherjee. Vol. Principles of Genetics Stern. 11 : Biochemical Methodology Sharma.

Collection of finger prick blood specimens. classification and identif ication methods of obtaining finger and palmar prints Ridge counting (Qualiative and Quantitative analysis).scoring 3 Preparation of Karyotypes of normal male and female 4 Slide test for sickle cell 5 Hb typing on paper electrophoresis 6 BCB dye test for G6PD enzyme deficiency 7 Starch agarose gel electrophoresis for Hb and G6PD systems 8 Genetic Ratios : Segregation Ratios 9 Dermatoglyphics : Patterns. 11 ABH Saliva secretion test. 10 Blood group serology. preparation of haemolysates. Blood typing for ABO and Rh (D) system. preparatibn of RBC saline suspensions. 12 Test for PTC taste sensitivity . separation of serum.

Immunology. they will be fought will strategies involving microbes.3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Thus who better than a forensic science student can fight such crime against humanity. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(11.Th Molecular Biology. 2 DNA Replication and Transcription Helicases. Biochemistry and Microbiology Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper will be a melting pot of knowledge just like forensic science. Topoisomerases and other DNA replicating Enzymes . In the coming times wars will not be fought with guns and tanks. Double Helix.1)MBIBM. The knowledge imparted by these individual sciences will lead to a wholesome view of the biomolecules and their basic units along with an insight into forensic microbiology. Section A Molecular Biology 1 DNA Structure Chemistry of Nucleotides. It will bring together all the main streams of biology that hold a place of their own now.

Activation and Regulation 6 Immune Response Disorders SECTION C BIOCHEMISTRY 1 Amino Acids. 4 DNA Repair mechanisms 5 DNA Methylation and Imprinting. Assembly. 8 Eukaryotic RNA Processing 9 Protein synthesis and Translational control SECTION B Immunology 1 Humoral and Cellular Immunology 2 Functional Properties of Antibodies 3 Structure and Production of Antibodies 4 Diversity. 6 Transposition and Site Directed Mutagensis 7 Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Transcription. Cot-Rot curves. . Proteins. Switching and Maturation 5 Complement System. 2 Protein: Structure and function 3 Carbohydrates: Structure and Function.Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic replication. Peptides. 3 DNA Topology Denaturation.

Oxidative Phosphorylation. Citric Acid Cycle. Glycolysis. 7 Oxidation of Fatty acids.4 Lipids: Structure and Function 5 Biosynthesis of Amino acids and Nucleotides 6 Bioenergetics. .

and the Physician Recommended Books . sterilization and disinfection 9 Fighting infections 10 Database system for tracking infectious microorganisms 11 Microbial Forensics: Applications in Bioterrorism. Building a national capacity to investigate Bioterrorism 12 Biocrimes.35 8 Amino Acid degradation and Urea Cycle. 9 Gluconeogenesis 10 Hormonal Regulation 11 Integration and hormonal regulation of metabolism. Microbial Forensics. SECTION D Forensic Microbiology 1 Introduction to Microbiolgy 2 Bacteria Structure and Function 3 Viruses and Prions 4 Eukaryotic pathogens 5 Fungi and Parasites 6 Microbial growth and Metabolism 7 Microbial genetics 8 Immunization.

Human Variations by Stephen Molnar (Published by Prentice Hall) 14. Population Genetics by John H Gillespie (Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press) 10. Sibte Hadi (Published by Wiley) 13. Genomic Diversity: Applications in Human Population Genetics by Surinder Singh Papiha. An Introduction to Forensic Genetics by William Goodwin.1. Ranjan Deka. Cox (Published by W. Human and Molecular Genetics by Peter Sudbery (Published by Pearson Education Limited) 12. 4th edition) 7. H. John B. Principles of Genetics by D. 2nd edition) 2. Germany by Bernd Brinkmann and Angel (Published by Elsievers Health Sciences) 11. Progress in Forensic Genetics 9: Proceedings from the 19th International ISFG Congress Held in Munster. H. H. Michael J. Peter Snustad. al. Biochemistry by Lubert Stryer (Published by W. Simmons. Molecular Biology of the Cell by Bruce Alberts et. Nelson. Adrian Linacre. Physical Biochemistry by David Freifelder (Published by W. GENES VII by Benjamin Lewin (Published by Jones and Bartlett Publishers) 3. (Garland Science. Freeman and Company) 5. Molecular Biology by David Freifelder (Published by Jones & Bartlett Pub) 6. Ranajit (Published by Springer) . Michael M. Freeman and Company) 8. Freeman. Jenkins (Published by John Wiley & Sons) 4. Lehringer s Principles of Biochemistry by David L. Basic Principles in Nucleic Acid Chemistry Vol I and II by Paul OPO Tso (Publishedby Academic Press) 9.

Andrew H. Lichtman Publisher: W. Andrew H. 5th edition 17. Sourcebook in Forensic Serology. Abbas. Saunders Company. Biochemistry and Microbiology Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 Laboratory Topics . Immunology. Gaensslen Publisher: Natl Inst of Justice/Ncjrs 3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Basic ImmunologyAuthor: Abul K.2) MBIBM. E. 2nd edition 16. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(12.B.P Molecular Biology.36 15. Immunology. Lichtman Publisher: WB Saunders. Abbas. and Biochemistry Author: R. Cellular and Molecular ImmunologyAuthor: Abul K.

1. Isolation methods - Pour plate, Streak plate and Dilution methods. 2. Staining methods -Gram's stain. Capsule staining. Cell wall staining. Indian Ink Method or Hiss's method. 3. Demonstration of granules in bacterial cells - Albert's method, Neisser's method, 4. Acid-fast staining by Ziehl-Neelsen's method Flagella and spore stain. Negative stain 5. Detection of motility by hanging drop method, 6. Selective and indicator media - Crystal violet blood agar, Potassium tellurite blood agar, Neomycin blood agar, Salt nutrient agar, Mannitol salt agar, Phenolphthalein phosphate nutrient agar and Aesculin bile medium. 7. Enumeration of bacteria Quantitative estimation of microorganisms -total and viable counts. Growth curve, Bacterial growth measurement, viable count by spread plate method, colony count. Enumeration by dry weight and turbidometric methods, 8. Isolation & Identification of known & unknown bacteria. Culturing of anaerobic microorganisms Microbial sampling of air. 9. Isolation of DNA (from bacterial), Isolation of RNA (yeast), Isolation of Plasmid DNA, Restriction enzyme digestion - ligation of plasmid DNA 10. Study (observation) of some pathogenic Fungi and bacteria, (permanent slides) 11. Microbiological examination of water (Coli form test Microbiological examination of milk 12. Study of general Morphology and cultural characteristics of staphylococeus Streptococcus, Darmatophytes etc. 13. Study of normal flora of human body 14. Observation some spoiled food materials 15. Biochemical test for the identification of Soli bacteria (INVC test 16. Amino acid detections paper chromatography 17. Comparative evaluation of different methods of protein analysis, Lowry, Biuret,

Kjeldahl,UV 18. Specific reactions for carbohydrates and estimation 19. Isolation of amino acids and proteins 20. Estimation of DNA by diphenylamine method Estimation of RNA by orcinol method

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DNA technology is the latest and most powerful technique used in forensic biology at the moment with new additions nearly every few weeks. Therefore, this paper is designed to make the students well equipped with the DNA technology used with reference to forensic science. First unit introduces both the chromosomal and extra chromosomal DNA with the markers of interest to forensics. The second unit deals with the extraction and amplification procedures with emphasis on PCR. Sequencing

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and STR analysis is dealt with in the 3unit. 4unit is a summarization of bioinformatics, it touches upon phylogenetics, and human genetic disorders too.

SECTION A

1 Introduction, Methods, strategies and applications DNA markers, 2 Mitochondrial, DNA the hypervariable regions and control regionV, 3 Cytochrome b, Chloroplast DNA,

5 Variable Number Tandem Repeat (VNTR s) and Short Tandem Repeat (STR s) markers. 6 Primer dimmer and Hairpins. Comparison of Extraction methods. 8 DNA degradation. Autosomal STRs. Organic and Inorganic extraction. Cycling parameters. Importance of quantitation. Y Chromosomal STRs. Mismatch primers. Multiplex PCR. Automated Fragment Length Determination. SECTION C 1 Introduction to Fragment analysis. Real Time PCR. . Slot Blot Hybridization. 6 Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP s) SECTION B 1 DNA Extraction. Duration of the Cycling steps. Annealing. 5 Number of Amplification Cycles. Matching primers. Commercial kits 2 DNA Quantitation. Elongation temperatures. Annealing temperatures. Denaturation. X chromosomal STRs. 7 Software s packages. Agarose Gel Electrophoresis. Inhibition. Primer designing. Sequence analysis. Primer energy profile. DNA overload and Cycling. Spectrophotometric analysis. PCR failures. 3 Polymerase Chain Reaction 4 Basic PCR mechanism.4 Chromosomal DNA Amelogenin.

Forensic Issues 4 mtDNA Biology and Analysis 5 DNA Sequencing applications in Forensics .2 Automated Genetic Analyzer Operation theory 3 Biology of STRs.

Annette. Academic Press. & N. 1999. glycome. Dobson.P. 2 Inman. Boca Raton.T. Oxford. Bios Scientific Publishers. metabolome. Forensic DNA Typing. 4 Kirby. DNA Fingerprinting: An Introduction. lipidome. and interactome 9 Human genes and genetic disorders 10 Ethics in human bioinformatics and genomics 11 Y Chromosome testing 12 Non-Human. Rudin. W. eds. Introduction to Forensic DNA Analysis.ABI Prism 310 Genetic Analyzer User s Manual. medical.38 SECTION D 1 Eukaryotic genome structure and concepts of genomic analysis 2 Public sequence databases: DNA. 5 Krawczak. proteins. & A. 1994. 1990. PCR Technology: Current Innovations. 2nd Ed. 3 Boca Raton. Schmidtke. John M. DNA Fingerprinting. Freeman.Griffith. 1998. CRC Press.F. 6 Landweber. RNA. Applied Biosystems.H. & M. L. H. CRC Press. M. and research applications Recommended Books: 1 Butler. Genetics and the Extinction of Species: DNA and the Conservation of Biodiversity . & J. 1994. whole genomes 3 Data mining for homologous sequences 4 Multiple sequence alignment algorithms 6 Phylogenetic trees and molecular evolution 7 Microarrays and transcriptome analysis 8 The proteome. L. 2001. San Diego. 2005. K. New York.

Forensic DNA Typing. A Primer of Genome Science. (2006). Oxford. 9 Butler.. CA: CSHL Press: Pearson/Benjamin Cummings 15 Gibson. V. Chichester: Wiley. 1998. H. G. Upper Saddle River. John M.. R. MA: Sinauer Associates 16 Higgins. At the bench: A laboratory navigator. 10 Forensic DNA Typing Protocols 11 Baxevanis.. 1968. Bioinformatics: Sequence. & Ouellette. New York. San Francisco. Bioinformatics for Geneticists: A Bioinformatics Primer for the Analysis of Genetic Data. 3rd ed. M. San Diego.J. A. J. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. Forensic science: An Introduction to the Science of Crime Investigation. (2007). & Heyer. Bioinformatics: A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Genes and Proteins. Praeger. S. 322 pages. L. A. (2004). Sunderland. 2nd ed. K. (2004). M.7 Walls. B. D.. New York. (2002). Structure and Databanks:A Practical Approach. & Muse. 12 Barnes. F. . & Taylor. D. Academic Press. New York: Oxford University Press. 13 Bergeron. 2nd ed. (2000). Chichester: Wiley. Proteomics and Bioinformatics. F. 2001. B. New York 8 Barker. Bioinformatics Computing. 1st ed. Discovering Genomics. 1st ed. 2nd ed. NJ: Prentice Hall/Professional Technical Reference 14 Campbell. W. New York. ISBN 012147951-X.

I. J. 20 Pevsner. I. Introduction to Bioinformatics. STR PCR Post PCR sample preparation . Inc. Boston. S. 1st ed. The MIT Press 18 Lesk.39 USA. Cambridge. New York: Oxford University Press 19 Letovsky. Hoboken. & Butte.2)ADM. (2005).Pr Advanced DNA Methods Practical (Internal) Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 DNA Isolation. J. S. A. (2003). MA. 1st ed. A.. Oxford. Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics. 3rd ed.. 3rd Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. (1999). A. Kho. 17 Kohane. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(12. MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. NJ: Wiley-Liss. 1st ed. Bioinformatics: Databases and Systems. (2008). Microarrays for an Integrative Genomics.

Cleanup Matrix construction. Contamination Control Gel purification of PCR Product BigDye Sequencing PCR PCR cleanup. Operation for STR. troubleshooting Independent sequencing projects . Genotyper. Genescan. Set up. extraction Polymerase Chain Reaction.310 Setup. Genemapper mtDNA: Sample collection. Clean up STR Analysis. BLAST Search. Sample loading Sequencing on Genetic Analyzer Sequence analysis.

heroin. .Tolerance. cocaine.e. 2 Classification of Drugs. Detailed description of various drugs viz. Synonyms. ergot and psilocybe mushroom has been covered by taking up their production. Section-A 1 Definition. cannabis. Use of Drugs. The paper includes the definitions i. barbiturates. benzodiazepines. morphine. methaqualone. 5 Collection of Evidence. Withdrawal Symptoms.1)DA. Addiction. Laboratory Support/Role of Forensic Scientist. Effects of Cocaine and Effects of Cannabis. description and their chemical constituents.Th DRUGS OF ABUSE Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Drug of abuse refers to a maladaptive pattern of use of a drug that is not considered dependent. effects of narcotics and NDPS act section-2. tolerance and addiction. opium. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(9. Diluents and Adulterants 3 Effects of Narcotics. 4 Drugs and Crime Identification of Addict. amphetamines. Effects of Alcohol.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No.

. physical and chemical characteristics of their derivatives under international control. HPLC. 5 Analysis of opium and heroin . analysis. 3 Source determination of Heroin Alkaloidal constituents of opium and heroin Sampling. Depressants (Barbiturates) description of the compounds. 2 Isolation of Morphine Production of Heroin. 4 Analysis of Opium and Heroin Physical examination. GLC.Thin layer chromatography Quantitation of Morphine in Opium by Spectrophotometry /LC Quantitation of Heroine by GC and LC.6 NDPS Act Section-2 Notification Related to Quantities Standing Order No. Colour tests. extraction techniques. Section C 1. production. Microscopic examination.sampling. Section B 1 Opiates Production of opium Opium Preparations. Anion tests. TLC. presumptive test.1/89-section-2 General Procedure for Sampling.

sampling. extraction. analysis-sampling. physical appearance and chemical characteristics. extraction techniques. extraction. Hallucinogens (Psilocybe Mushroom). extraction. TLC. production. presumptive tests. HPLC.production. Stimulants (Amphetamines) -description. presumptive test.production. Hallucinogens (Cannabis) . description. physical and chemical characteristics of their derivatives under international control. 3. 4. physical appearance. production. HPLC. presumptive tests. physical appearance and chemical characteristics. Analysis sampling. analysis-sampling.production.production. analysis. presumptive test. extraction techniques. physical examination (macro & micro). description. HPLC. Section-D 1. GLC.sampling. Stimulants (Cocaine)description. Hallucinogens Ergot -LSD. 4. 5. chemical constituents. 5. analysis. 2. physical appearance. TLC. TLC. TLC. production. description. description. presumptive . HPLC. 3. chemical constituents. Depressants ( Benzodiazepines) description of the compounds. GLC. Hallucinogens (Peyote Cactus). differentiation of isomers. chemical constituents. physical appearance. GLC. extraction. GLC.2. physical appearance. chemical constituents. Depressants (Methaqualone) description of the compounds. differentiation of isomers. production. physical and chemical characteristics of their derivatives under international control.

Austria. Recommended methods for testing Lysegide (LSD).tests. 3. 5. Drug Enforcement Administration. Vienna. 8. Methamphetamine and their Ring Substituted Analogues in seized materials. Austria. (UNODC). United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Austria. (UNODC). Austria. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Pvt. Vienna. 4. (UNODC). (UNODC). Recommended methods for testing Methaqualone/ Mecloqualone.R. B. Sharma. Manual on basic training programme for Forensic Drug Chemist. Universal Law Publishing Co. Delhi (4th edition 2005). (UNODC). Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials by Dr. Recommended methods for testing Benzodiazepine Derivatives under International Control. 7. USA. Vienna. United . Recommended Books: 1. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. TLC. Vienna. Ltd. Recommended methods for testing Cocaine. GLC. 2. Recommended methods for the Identification and Analysis of Amphetamine. HPLC. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Austria. Recommended methods for testing Barbiturate Derivatives under International Control.. Vienna. 6.

Basic gas chromatography by H. JD Barnes. Recommended methods for testing Peyote Cactus (Mescal Buttons)/ Mescline and Psilocybe Mushrooms/ psilocybin. Austria. Rapid testing methods for testing Drugs of Abuse. CRC Press.S . Recommended methods for testing Opium.Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Delhi 6th edition 2007 21.Ho Ellis Horwood Limited. E. 11. RC Denney. Willey Interscience A John Wiley & sons. Pearson Education. Analytical Methods in Forensic Chemistry by Mat H. Vogel s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (7th Edition) revised by G. Vienna. Ltd . Vogel s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis. 10. Smith and Jerry March. Vienna. Svehia(2nd Impression-2006) 14. Vienna. : Isolation and identification Drugs. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (UNODC). I and Vol.J. 9.New Delhi.. Clark.II. Vol. March s Advanced Organic Chemistry by Michael B.G. 1987 18. Application of absorption spectroscopy of organic compounds by John R Dyer-Prentice Hall of India Pvt. California. (UNODC). MJK Thomas. (3rd reprint-1974) 15. (1986) 13. Basic liquid chromatography by Edward L. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Florida. Austria. (UNODC). Morphine and Heroin. Austria. Austria.M.C. INC. 12. Publication. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Mc Nair and E. New Jersy (6th edition 2007) 20. Varian (5th edition-1969) 17. by J Mendham.Boneal consolidated printers.. (UNODC). England (1990) 19. Ltd. Vienna. Johnson and Robert Stevenson Varian (1978) 16. Vogel s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (7th Edition) revised by G. Forensic Mass Spectrometry by Jehuda Yinon.

Webster. Pearson Education.1998.Vehia(2nd Impression-2006). 22. JD Barnes. New York. Silverstein and Francis X. Inc. Ltd. Vogel s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis. RC Denney. by J Mendham. Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. by Robert M.. Delhi 6th edition 2007 . Spectrometric Identification of organic Compounds (6th Edition). 23. published John Wiley & Sons. MJK Thomas.

3 Colour test for Barbiturates (Zwikker s test) 4 TLC of Benzodiazepines (Diazepam. 7 TLC of Heroin samples containing adulterants and diluents. . Alprazolam. Oxazepam. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(9.P DRUGS OF ABUSE PRACTICAL Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1 Colour test (Marquis/Mecke/Frohde) for Opiates. Nitrazepam) 5 TLC of Cannabis.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. 6 TLC of Opium for alkaloids.2)DA. 2 Colour test for (Dequenois Levine) Cannabis products.

isolation and analysis of various poisons.Acute and Chronic Exposure Route. 3 Spectrum of Toxic Effects. Absorption. The paper comprises of characteristics and spectrum of exposure. 4 Dose Response Relationship Lethal dose 50. Section-A 1 Introduction to Toxicology Definition.1)FT. Effective dose 50. Dose and Response. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. metabolism of poison and the drugs. extraction viz.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Distribution and Excretion and Influencing Factors. Classification of poisons Chemical Warfare agents of Mass destruction 2 Characteristics of exposure . Site.Th FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of chemicals precisely the poisons on living organisms. solid phase extraction and micellar extraction. Section B . solvent extraction. Duration and Frequency of Exposure.

Conjugation. Section-C 1 Extraction. Ammonium sulphate method and Acid Digestion method. Isolation and Identification of Poisons Factors influencing choice of method.1 Metabolism of poisons. 4 Metabolism of pesticides-herbicides. 3 Metabolism of drugs Analgesics. 3 Solid Phase Extraction Micellar extractions. Acylation and Methylation. carbamates. 2 Distillation Solvent Extraction Stas Otto method. 4 Modified method for clean-up and separation using Alumina/Silica gel Cleanup using Solid Phase Extraction Cartridges. quantitative . 2 Factors influencing Metabolism. types of Metabolic reactions Hydrolysis. narcotic analgesics. tranquilizers. Section-D 1 Analysis and identification of Ethyl Alcohol Iodoform test. Oxidation. Reduction. Sodium Tungustate method . organophosphate insecticides. barbiturates and benzodiazepines.

CRC Press.. Press. organochloro insecticides and carbamate insecticides colour tests. M. C. : Analytical Methods in Human Toxicology. : Immunoassays for Drugs subjects to ab. Curry. 4 Identification of metallic poisons Reinsch s Test. Part-II.estimation of ethyl alcohol in blood and urine Kozelka & Hine method.(1969) . 3. Illinois USA. (1969). et. 3 Identification of basic and acidic drugs by colour tests. Williams and Williams. (1976).N. Mule. 11.J.S. Vol. Inc. Press USA. Gas Chromatographic Method. (1986). Thomas Springfield. : Isolation and identification Drugs..S. 6. : A textbook of Pharmaceuticals analysis. Baltimore.S. Connors. I and Vol. New York. Identification of Plant poisons. A.II. Sunshine.G.: Poison Detection in Human Organs. I : Guidelines for Analytical Toxicology Programme. (1963). (1950). Toxicology. Sunshine. thin layer chromatography and GC-MS Method. et. 7. 8.(1974). Recommended Books 1. thin layer chromatography and GC-MS Method. New York-1975 2. (1986). E.The Basic Science of Poisons by Louis J. (1975). 10. USA. Sunshine : Methods for Analytical Toxicology.al. 9. Vol. Interscience. 2 Identification of organophosphorous insecticides.CRC Press. : Poison Detection in Human Organs. Macmillan Publishing Co. (1975). S. 4.Casarett & John Doull. I: Handbook of Analytical Toxicology. Gleason. Curry A. 5. I. Curry.al : Clinical Toxicology of Commercial products. Clark. A.C.

M. 14. Baelt. 15. Davis C A (1981). R. New York (1963). Jaisingh P: Textbook of Medical jurisprudence & Toxicology.. Biochemical publications. Modi. Stolmen : Progress in Chemical Toxicology : Acad.12. Tripathi Pub. 13. Press.H. A. (2001).C. Working Procedure Manual Toxicology. DFS Publications (2005) . M. Cravey. : Introduction to Forensic Toxicology. R.

TLC for Barbiturates (Phenobarbitone. Mercury.Palladium chloride test 4.2)FT. Colour test for Methyl alcohol 3. Lorazepam. Colour test for Barbiturates-Zwikker test 5. TLC for Organochloro pesticides (Lindane. Antimony. Colour test for Ethyl alcohol 2. Colour test for Parathion . Secobarbital ) 6. TLC for Benzodiazepines ( Diazepam. Reinsch test for Metallic Poisons (Arsenic. Malathion ) 8.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Parathion.Pr FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY PRACTICAL Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Sevin ) 10. Alprazolam ) 7. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. Endosulphan ) 9. TLC for Carbamates ( Propoxur. Bismuth) 3rd . TLC for Organophosphorus insecticides (Fenthion. DDT.

Semester .

assessment of properties. .Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. explosive detection and laboratory examination of post blast debris. History of Explosives. Classification: Inorganic and Organic Condensed and Dispersed Deflagrating and Detonating Low and High-primary (initiators). Oxygen. Definition of Explosive Substance . sound. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(11. Fuel 3. effects of explosives. Applications/uses of explosives 2. Nuclear explosions Energetic compounds: Polynitropolycycloalkanes. secondary Legal 4.1)FE. usually accompanied by the production of light. Section-A 1. heat.Th FORENSIC EXPLOSIVES Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 An explosive is a substance that contains a great amount of stored energy that can produce a sudden expansion of the material after initiation. Constitution of Explosives: Chemical instability. This paper covers up all the essentials of different explosive material and further includes the explosive devices. and pressure. assessment of damage. Nitramines.

Commercial detonators. initiating device. Brisance. Thermal. Military detonators. Section-B 1 Assessment of explosive properties: Sensitivity to-Impact. Electrical Types: Safety fuses. static discharge. missiles Throw-down bombs. Detonating Cord. Car bombs. Effect of ignition. Motion-Booby Traps Remote-Electronic. Fuse bombs. container. friction. explosive. heat and shock Stability. Pyrotechniques. . Human bomb. Fuse Cord.Chemical and Physical 2 Explosion effects: Basics-Detonation velocity. Explosive Devices: Casing Explosive substance Initiation and delay: Time-Burning. Time bombs. Mechanical. Letter bombs. Electrical. Electrical. Explosive train. Power of strength. Military bombs and shells Improvised Explosive devices-importance. Aerosol 5. Grenade. Transistor bombs.N-Heterocycles Non-explosive explosions: Mechanical. Corrosive. Mechanical. Primers. Magnetic bombs.

Application of pressure observations. Significance of Pressures.Collapse of building 5 Assessment of Damage: Importance of damage.Planning Precautions. Disposal. Importance of the Site of the Explosion centre. Phenomenon of Fragmentation. problems Detection technologies: .Communication 3 Explosion effects-types: Blast pressure: Positive and Negative Thermal Fragmentation Ancillary 4 Blast injuries: Primary-(Direct) blast wave exposure Secondary-Blast energized bomb fragments and other debris (shrapnel) Tertiary-Abrupt deceleration of the body. Dispatch of clues. Information from fragments Section-C 1 Explosion site Location. Search for the Clues. Evidence on the culprit. Packaging and Documentation 2 Explosive Detection Issue. Handling live devices. Scene of explosion . Evidence at the factory or residence. Determination of the site of the Explosion centre. Observations.indirect blast wave effect Quaternary. Evidence in the vehicle. Value to be attached to damage observations. Collection of Clues. Types of explosive and explosion damage. threat.

similarity between several bombings. Solubility .dogs. Microscopic search. GC-ECD Mass Spectrometry. Section-D 1 laboratory examination of Post Blast Debris: Physical examination. X-ray Computed Tomography. association of two or more incidents. Flame test. Extraction schemes Colour tests Thin Layer Chromatography 2 laboratory examination of Explosive Substances: Physical examination-Burning. feed back of detailed forensic examinations. evaluation.Vapor detection. Sorting of debris for selection of the samples. Ion Mobility Spectrometry.Trained Animals. TOFMS Bioluminescence 3 Detection of Hidden Explosives: X-ray imaging. Nuclear Technologies Taggants-Tagging of Explosives 4 Laboratory support in crime investigation related to explosions 5 Reading the Bomber s signatures: study of modus operandi.

James T Thurman. 5. 2. VCH. England (1999). John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Rudolf Mayer. Pearson Education. Delhi (4th edition 2005). Ltd. DNT. Modern Methods and Applications in Analysis of Explosives. Pvt. Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials by Dr. Forensic and Environmental Detection of Explosives by Jehuda Yinon. Ltd.. Vogel s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (7th Edition) revised by G. Vogel s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis. 7.R.Tests for acidic and basic radicals. HMX Organic peroxides-TATP Recommended Books: 1. England (1993). EGDN Nitramines-RDX. Germany (4th Edition1993). RC Denney. Picric Acid Nitrate Esters-NG. Practical Bomb Scene Investigation. Elsevier-UK(2009 6..Sharma. Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Aspects of Explosive Detection edited by Maurice Marshall & Jimmie Coxlely. Delhi 6th edition 2007 .Chemical tests. Taylor & Francis. Crystal Tests Thin Layer Chromatography 3 Laboratory examination of crystalline explosives by XRD 4 Analysis and detection of explosives by FT-IR spectroscopy 5 Analysis and detection of explosives by Mass Spectrometry: Aromatic nitro compounds-TNT. JD Barnes. 3. MJK Thomas.B. 4.Svehia(2nd Impression-2006). Shmuel Zitrin. Jehuda Yinon. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. New York (2006). by J Mendham. Explosives by Josef Kohler. 8. Universal Law Publishing Co.

Spectrometric Identification of organic Compounds (6th Edition). 13. Yallop.J.(Ist Indian Edition-1986). Taylor & Francis Ltd. Clifornia.. Boneal consolidated printers. UK (1980). John A. New Delhi. 10. Webster. Dean and . 14. Jr.M. McLafferty and Frantisek Turecek.J. 11.. Forensic Investigation of Explosions edited by Alexander Beveridge. Delhi. Inc.1998. New York. Silverstein and Francis X. published John Wiley & Sons. Jr. Settle. Mc Nair and E.9. . Basic liquid chromatography by Edward L. Johnson and Robert Stevenson Varian -1978. Application of absorption spectroscopy of organic compounds by John R Dyer-Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Explosion Investigation by H. (3rd reprint-1974). 15. Willard.1998. Interpretation of Mass Spectra by Fred W. Basic gas chromatography by H.(4th Edition-1993). Lynne L. California. Varian (5th edition-1969). University Science Books. CBS Publishers & Distributors. Ltd . Instrumental Methods of Analysis(6th Edition) by Hobart H. 16. The forensic science society and Scottish Academic press. 12. Frank A.. by Robert M. UK-. Merritt.

Florida. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Analytical Methods in Forensic Chemistry by Mat H. March s Advanced Organic Chemistry by Michael B. Jehuda Yinon. INC. New York (1943) . John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Throck Watson and O. R. David Sparkman. Chapman. England (1994) 20. Bebie. Hodgson. England (2007) 22.17. Atkins.D.. 1995 19. J.L. Explosion and Blast related Injuries by Nabil M.. 18.R. Forensic Application of Mass Spectrometry. Willey Interscience A John Wiley & sons. E. Organic Chemistry of Explosives by J.Sayed JamesL. Smith and Jerry March. Ho Ellis Horwood Limited. New Jersy (6th edition 2007) 24. England (2007). John Wiley & Sons Ltd.P.. Elsevier Academic Press & USA (2008). Introduction to Mass Spectrometry by J. England (1990) 23. Practical Organic Mass Spectrometry by J. Publication. Agrawal. Military Pyrotechniques and Chemical Warfare Agents. 21. CRC Press.

Flame test) 4 TLC for TNT & Tetryl 5 TLC for RDX & HMX 6 TLC for NG & PETN . DPA. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(11. NaOH. DPA. Brucine sulphate) 2 Colour test for TNT& Tetryl (Alcoholic KOH.2)FE.Pr FORENSIC EXPLOSIVES PRACTICAL Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1 Colour test for nitrate explosives (Griess. Sodium cobaltinitrate.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Sodium sulphite) 3 Colour test for Black powder (Griess. Sodium nitroprusside.

visualization. identification by log plotting of homologous series. LC.3rd Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. correction factors. IR and MASS. stationary phases. It comprises of various Chromatographic techniques like TLC/HPTLC.1)IACS.Th INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 This paper includes all the various types of instrumental techniques which can be employed in different laboratories for forensic examination in chemical sciences. solvent systems. HPLC. Section-A 1 Chromatography-TLC/HPTLC technique. identification by relative detector response (dual channel) and detectors. analysis. 3 Quantitative analysis-area normalizations. absolute . Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(12. applications 2 GLC.technique. solvent efficiency. resolution Qualitative analysis-chromatographic identifications-retention data. GLC. column efficiency. GC retention index. different spectroscopic techniques like UV-Vis.

Spectrophotometric accuracy-instrumental parameters and sample handling. HPLC retention index. 3 IR Spectrophotometry-molecular vibrations. Section-B 1 Spectrophotometry: UV Spectrophotometry. Acyl Halide Stretching vibrations. . resolution Isocratic and gradient elution. internal standardization Temperature programming 4 HPLC-Technique. aromatic systems. applications. identification by relative detector response (dual channel) Detectors 6 Quantitative analysis-area normalizations. Ion Exchange Chromatography. Liquid Solid Chromatography. C-H bending. simple chromophoric groups 2 Conjugated systems. mechanics of measurements. 4 Absorbtion of common functional groupsHydrocarbon chromophore-C-H stretching. identification by log plotting of homologous series. Aldehydes. internal standardization.electronic excitations. Exclusion Chromatography Column efficiency. absolute calibration (external standard method). correction factors.calibration (external standard method). Beer Lambert law. absorption of common functional groups. C-C multiple bond stretching Carbonyl chromophore-Ketone stretching vibrations. Partition Chromatography. Ester stretching vibration. deviation from law. Carboxlic acids. solvent efficiency. Applications-quantitative analysis. 5 Qualitative analysis-chromatographic identifications-retention data.

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Displacement Elimination 3. Unaturated nitrogen compounds. Carbon disulphide. sulphur compounds. halogen compounds. aliphatic nitriles. Mass spectra of saturated hydrocarbons. Amines. Theory of fragmentation: Charge-site initiation (inductive effect) Rearrangement. triglycerides. aliphatic nitrates. ionization. nitro compounds. MASS Spectrometry: Technique. Section-D 1 Importance of Polystyrene film for calibrating IR spectrum Interpretation of IR spectrum: Nujol. aldehydes. aliphatic nitrites.Amides Miscellaneous chromophoric groups. Cyclohexanone. sulphur compounds. hydroxyl compounds. base peak. . molecular ion 2. hetroaromatic compounds. dibutyl ether. Chloroform. Section-C 1. types.McLafferty rearrangement. H rearrangement. 2H rearrangement.Alcohol and Phenols. carboxylic esters and lactones 4. aromatic hydrocarbons. Mass spectra of amines. ketones. carboxylic acids. Halogen Compounds. olefins. Carbon tetrachloride. amides.

Iodides Hetroaromatic Compounds . cyclic and aromatic Amides. phenyl and aromatic 4 Interpretation of mass spectra: Lactones Amines. Phenylacetylene. Bromides.aliphatic.saturated hydrocarbons and olefins Hydroxy compounds-alcohols and phenols Ethers-aliphatic and aromatic Ketones.2 Interpretation of IR Spectrum: Acetophenone. 3 Interpretation of mass spectra: Hydrocarbons. Biphhenyl.aliphatic and aromatic Aliphatic Nitrites Aliphatic Nitrates Sulphur compounds-Thiols. Methyl phenylacetate. Benzonitrile.aliphatic. Fluorides. Ethyl benzoate.aliphatic and aromatic Aliphatic Nitriles.aliphatic and aromatic Nitro Compounds. Benzaldehyde.aliphatic and aromatic Carboxlic esters. Acetic anhydride.aliphatic benzyl. cyclic and aromatic Aldehydes-aliphatic and aromatic Carboxlic acids. Disulphides Halogen Compounds-Chlorides. Sulphides.

8. Forensic Application of Mass Spectrometry. Delhi. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Application of absorption spectroscopy of organic compounds by John R Dyer-Prentice Hall of India Pvt. B. 1995 12. New Delhi. Johnson and Robert StevensonVarian -1978. Basic liquid chromatography by Edward L. Forensic Mass Spectrometry by Jehuda Yinon. Jehuda Yinon. Frank A. England (1994) .R. Lynne L. Jr. 3. Shmuel Zitrin. CBS Publishers & Distributors.Silverstein and Francis X.. Pvt. Ltd. CRC Press. England (1999).Dean and .. 7. (3rd reprint-1974). Varian (5th edition-1969).Boneal consolidated printers. Jr.Merritt. 5. New York. Willard. published John Wiley & Sons. California..R.M.Natural Products.. 1987 11. Inc. (4th Edition-1993). Ltd. Basic gas chromatography by H.Chapman. Instrumental Methods of Analysis(6th Edition) by Hobart H. Delhi (4th edition 2005).McLafferty and Frantisek Turecek. Settle. 6. Sharma.Triglycerides Recommended Books: 1. Modern Methods and Applications in Analysis of Explosives. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Practical Organic Mass Spectrometry by J. Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation & Trials by Dr. CRC Press.. Interpretation of Mass Spectra by Fred W. Spectrometric Identification of organic Compounds (6th Edition). Webster. Florida. Clifornia. Florida. Mc Nair and E. University Science Books. by Robert M.(Ist Indian Edition-1986). 4. Universal Law Publishing Co. 10.1998. England (1993). John A. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Forensic and Environmental Detection of Explosives by Jehuda Yinon. 2. 9. Jehuda Yinon.J.

England (1990) ..Ho Ellis Horwood Limited. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.13. England (2007) 14. Introduction to Mass Spectrometry by J.David Sparkman. Analytical Methods in Forensic Chemistry by Mat H.Throck Watson and O.

McLafferty rearrangement 9. Identification of molecular ion and base peak in MASS spectrum of an organic substance 7. Study of isocratic and gradient elevation methods for analysis of two substances using HPLC 3. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(12. Study of calibration curve of Potassium dichromate in basic and acidic media (deviation from beer s law) 4 Study of accuracy of wavelength in IR spectrum using Polystyrene film 5.3rd Semester Paper No. Study of Mass spectra of Dichloromethane & Trichloromethane 11. Isotopic study in higher molecular weight substance by Mass spectrometry 8. Study of IR spectra of grease & vegetable oil (caster oil & ground nut oil) 6. Calculation of resolution in GC analysis using n-Heptane and 2.2)IACS.2.4Trimethylpentane 2. Study of Mass spectra of Chlorobenzene & Bromobenzene 10.Pr INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES PRACTICAL Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Study of Mass spectra of Bromoform & Iodoform .

12 Study of Mass spectra of Cyclohexane. Toluene. Nitrobenzene. Xylene. Aniline. Phenol and Benzoic acid . Benzene.

3rd

Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences

Paper No. Topics Maximum Marks IFSC3(9.1)B.Th Ballistics Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20

Ballistics is the science of mechanics that deals with the flight, behavior, and effects of projectiles, especially bullets, gravity bombs, rockets etc. It also deals with the art of designing and accelerating projectiles so as to achieve a desired performance. This paper includes history of fire arms, Ammunition in their components, Internet and External Ballistics, terminal ballistics, fire arm examination, Gunshot residue analysis and fire arm injuries.

Section - A

1. History of Firearms, classification and characteristics of firearms, components of small arm firearms, smooth bore and rifled firearm, bore and caliber, choke, different systems and their functions, Arms Act 2. Purpose of rifling, types of rifling and methods of producing rifling, trigger and firing mechanism, Theory of recoil, identification of origin, improvised/ country-made/ imitative firearms and their constructional features 3. Ammunition and their components, classification and constructional features of different types of cartridges, head stamp markings, various types of bullets and

compositional aspects, latest trends in their manufacturing and design. 4. Types of primers and priming composition, propellants and their compositions, Velocity and pressure characteristics under different conditions, Explosives Act

Section B

5. Internal Ballistics: Definition, ignition of propellants, shape and size of propellants, manner of burning, various factors affecting the internal ballistics: lock time, ignition time, barrel time, erosion, corrosion and gas cutting 6. External Ballistics: Vacuum trajectory, effect of air resistance on trajectory, base drag, drop, drift, yaw, shape of projectile and stability, trajectory computation, ballistics coefficient and limiting velocity, 7. Measurements of trajectory parameters, introduction to automated system of trajectory computation and automated management of ballistic data 8. Terminal Ballistics: Effect of projectile on hitting the target: function of bullet shape, striking velocity, striking angle and nature of target, Tumbling of bullets, effect of instability of bullet, effect of intermediate targets, influence of range, Ricochet and its effects, stopping power

Section C

9. Principles of identification of firearms, different types of marks produced during firing process on cartridge-firing pin marks, breech face marks, chamber marks, extractor and ejector marks 10. Different types of marks produced during firing process on bullet, number of lands and grooves, direction of twist, depth of grooves and width of land/grooves, class and individual characteristics

11. Techniques for obtaining test material from various types of weapons, basic

(Ed) (1962) Wound Ballistics. blackening. J. Office of Surgeon General. methods of measurements of wound ballistics parameters. Evaluation of injuries caused due to shot-gun. explosive wounds 16. Management and reconstruction of crime scene. Arms Act. shots dispersion and GSR distribution. and Arms Rule. 1959. Analysis of Gunshot Residues: Mechanism of formation of GSR. rifle. tattooing and metal fouling. of . identification of shooter and instrumental methods of GSR Analysis. Dept. Determination of range of fire/ bullet hole identification: Burning. handguns and country made firearms. Beyer. Firearm injuries: Threshold velocity for penetration of skin/flesh/bones. chemical test. 2. 1962. spot test. source and collection. Automated examination and comparison of fired bullets/cartridge cases and ballistics imaging database of the markings of fired bullets/cartridge cases 13. bullet hole identification.methodology used in comparison microscopy. cavitations temporary and permanent cavities. Recommended Books 1. post-mortem and antimortem firearm injuries 17. linkage of fired bullets/cartridge cases with firearms 12. suicide. exit. bullet penetration and trajectory through glass Section D 14. murder and accidental and self defence cases 15. Report writing and expert s evidence. bullet track with various ranges and velocities with various types of projectiles. preparation of gel block penetration of projectiles in gel block and other targets. scorching. nature of wounds of entry.

. 1981).E. F.. 7. G. (1957) Firearms Investigation. . Netherlands. J.XLVII. Gander. 3. Davis. (Oct. pp. Biddles Ltd. Dominic Denio. J. Burrad. Elsevier Publishing Co... Jane s Infantry Weapons. 13. London. The Stackpole Co. The American Rifleman. J. Cowgill. Bhattacharyya C. no. 10. No. Vol.. Jury.Army. Herbert Jenkins. J. 9.N. 10. Vol 13. No. (1985) Gunshot Wounds. Harrisburg. 12.J. 4.V.P.S. T. Cordell G. Brown. USA.. The Indian Police Journal. 13. Elseveir. 123. (1951) The Identification of Firearm and Forensic Ballistics. (1993) The Cartridge Guide. 85-89. I.V. Guildford.J. USA. Vol. AFTE Journal.. J.. Identification and Evidence. 29-30. F. Vol. pa 3. 4. 5. Hatcher. Springfield. 11. Making a Rusted Barrel Functional. Non-Destructive Rust Removal From Ferrous Objects. Charles C Thomas.M. (2000) Particle Analysis for Detection of Gunshot Residues A State-of-the-Art Technique. pp.. Washington DC. (1962) Spot Tests in Inorganic Analysis.. Pennsylvania. 25th Edition. BPR&D. Firearms and the Striagraph. UK. I. Arms & Armour Press.. 6. Feigl. USA. London. AFTE Journal. (1975) The Newest Look of Handgun Ballistics.. and Hogg. DiMaio. 113-127 4. 8. pp. & Weller. (1958) An Introduction to Toolmarks. Illinois. Hogg. (July 1981).

Lucknow. Pennsylvania. P. France. Vol. Firearms Identification. 1973) Cleaning of Rusted Firearms.P.11. 1. Jauhari. A. 1. Madison.. R. ICPO. The University of Wisconsin Press.K. no.N. p. Paris.H. (1968) Book of Pistols and Revolvers. 25. Englewood Cliffs.. . Netherlands. No. 18.. Harrisburg. Maiti. M. Eastern Book Co. Saferstein. J. AFTE Journal. (1995) Criminalistics An Introduction to Forensic Science. (Feb. Canada. 14. 19. Bureau of Police Research and Development. 21.. USA. 22. 17.. Kumar. K. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 24. 23. 20. USA. Proof Marks.. India. & Kneubu. General Secretariat. NJ 07632. USA. Govt. J.. & Wani.H. B. Bates. K. 139144. Mattoo.UK. J. (1929) The Holland Press. B.C. USA. The Stackpole Book Co.. p 147. (1994) Wound Ballistics and Scientific Background. 15. of India. (1962) Firearms Identification. USA. Interpol. (1969) Causality Criteria for Wounds from Firearms with special reference to Shot Penetration.K. Journal of Forensic Science Society. (1980) Identification of Firearms. Vol. Elseveir. Ammunition and Firearm Injuries.G.. Sellier. Prentice Hall. New Delhi. I.S. Forensic Science. Text Book of Small Arms. (1987) Forensic Ballistics in Criminal Justice. (Elsevier).. Sinha et al. (1977) Unusual Rifling Marks for identifying Lead Core and Non-Identifiable Jacket Pieces. India.. Smith. Mathew. (1973) Powder Pattern around Bullet Hole in Blood Stained Articles. Harrisburg. 9 pp.B. 16.. W. Vol 5. 14.

Barrel Wash Examination 2. Identification of Firearm for Type. pp.. #13. Sorensen.26. Identification of Ammunition/Parts Thereof for Type. (April 1971). I & II. Make and Calibre 5. Georgetown. Examination for Serviceability/Working Condition of Firearm 3. USA. N. Make and Model 4. Williams. AFTE Journal. Small Arms Technical Publishing Company.2)B. 34-41. South Carolina. T. Bullet/Pellets/Wads whether Fired or Not . Barrel Corrosion and it's Effect on Identification. 3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No.L. (1946) Small Arms Design and Ballistics. 27.Pr Ballistics Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Vol. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(9. Whelen.

3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. process of comparison. This paper includes Nature and problems of document examination. preliminary examination of documents. basis of handwriting identification.1)D. Basis of handwriting identification individuality of handwriting. printing of security documents. identification of type writing. procurement of standard admitted/specimen writings. Nature and problems of document examination. The most common type of examination involves handwriting wherein the examiner tries to address concerns about potential authorship. 3. Topics Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. natural variation. e-document. Various types of documents genuine and forged documents. digital signatures and opinion writing. and determination of age of document. 2. The primary purpose of questioned/forensic document examination is to answer question about a disputed document using a variety of scientific processes and methods. Section-A 1. classification of documents.Th Documents Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Questioned document examination is the forensic science discipline pertaining to documents that are (or may be) in dispute in a court of law. handling and marking of documents. holographic .

documents. 4. Various writing features and their estimation, general characteristics of handwriting, individual characteristic of handwriting. 5. Basic tools needed for forensic documents examination and their uses.

Section-B

1. Disguised writing and anonymous letters 2. Identification of a writer, Examination of signatures characteristics of genuine and forged signature, 3. Examination of alteration, erasers, overwriting, additions and obliterations, 4. Decipherment of secret, indented and charred documents 5. Examination of seal impression and the mechanical impressions.

Section-C

1. Examination of black & white Xeroxed copies and colour Xeroxed copies, carbon copies, fax messages 2. Various types of forgeries and their detection 3. Examination built up documents determination of sequence of strokes. 4. Physical matching of documents 5. Identification of type writings Identification of typist, Identification of printed matter 6. Various types of printing of security documents, printing of currency notes,

examination of counterfeit currency notes, passports, visa, stamp papers, postal stamps etc.

Section-D

1. Determination of age of documents by examination of signatures paper ink and writing/signatures etc. 2. Examination of computer print out, identification of dot-matrix, ink-jet and laser printers, electronic typewriter, 3. Credit cards, forensic stylistics, forensic linguistics, e-documents, digital signatures 4. Opinion writing, reasons for opinion.

Recommended Books 1. Rev. ED: Ordway Hilton, Scientific Examination of Questioned Documents, Elsevier, New York(1982) 2. Albert S. Osborn, Questioned Documents, Second Ed. Universal Law Publishing, Delhi (1998). 3. Albert S. Osborn, The problem of Proof, Second Ed. Universal Law Publishing, Delhi (1998). 4. Charles C. Thomas, Typewriting Identification I.S.Q.D., Billy Prior Bates, Springfield, Illinois (1971). 5. Charles C. Thomas, I.S.Q.D., Identification System for Questioned Documents, Billy Prior Bates, Springfield, Illinois (1971). 6. Wilson R. Harrison, Suspect Documents Their Scientific Examination, Universal Law Publishing (1997). 7. Hard Less, H.R., Disputed Documents, Handwriting and Thumbs Print

Identification. Profusely Illustrated, Low Book Co., Allahabad (1988). 8. Morris, Ron, N. Forensic Handwriting Identification, Acad. Press, London (2001). 9. Lerinson Jay, Questioned Documents, Acad. Press, London (2001). 10. Kurtz Sheila Grapholypes, A New Plan on Handwriting Analysis, Crown Publishers Inc. (1983).

Characteristic features of reproduction and their relation with original 10. Relation of speed and forms of letters in a chart 7.e. Identification of movements in a piece of writing 6. Display of parameters of identification of writing characteristics of a genuine writer and their individual qualities .Pr Documents Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Display of type writings with its elements of analysis i. Handling and preserving of charred documents 3. Identification of class characteristics of a writer from five writings 4. Profiling of characteristics of modern printing devices attached to computers 9. Display of characteristic features of forgery in a signature on a chart 5. vertical and horizontal alignments.3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. wear and tear marks 8.2)D. Sequence of different colour strokes 2. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(10. letter design.

Start of boot sequence. overview of several operating systems. Principles of Computer: Memory and processor.3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. seizure of computers. character codes. address and data buses. stored program concept. 3. Power on Self Test (POST). MSDOS. Hardware: Development of the hard disk. Basic electrical safety. file formats and file signatures. Section-A 1.1)CF. Hardware Passwords and encryption techniques. Motherboards. record structures. forensic examination procedure for storage media. CHS . 2. Cyber Crimes. Physical construction. Windows 95/98/ME. Computer Forensic includes Principles of Computer. Topics Maximum Marks IFSC3(11. Windows NT/2000/XP and Mac operating systems. investigation on various imaging methods.Th Computer Forensics Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Computer forensics is a branch of forensic science pertaining to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media. BIOS and CMOS. registries and Linux basics. methods of scoring data. Word processing and graphic file formats. Methods of storing data: number systems. Computer forensics is also known as digital forensics.

Section-B 1. IDE and ATA specifications. partition table. Investigation: Investigating on various imaging methods. collection and seizure of magnetic media. The significance and determination of the creation date and time. Extraction of all relevant information from a hard disk. Instruction on the acquisition. 2. Lay down the image provided onto a hard disk and provide a disk map of the suspect drive. 3. Seizure of computers: Preparations to be made before seizure. How to make bitstream (exact copies) of the original media. How to best acquire. slack space and free space. 4. 8 GB and 127 GB limitations. Boot sector. overcoming the 528 MB. Explanation of passwords keys and hashes. 5. Forensic examination procedures. Legal and privacy issues. collect or seize the various operating systems. How to recover deleted files. The logical structures of the Microsoft operating system FAT file system. Encoding methods and formats. Actions at the scene. .and LBA addressing. Passwords and encryption techniques: Importance of keeping a log. Dynamic drive overlays. Disk mapping. Treatment of exhibits. The DOS and Windows boot process.

Internet Protocols and Addressing. use of Regedit and WinHex. Windows 95/98 2. Linux. Understanding Linux Kernels. Mounted Devices.No. partitions. E-Mail and Header Interpretation. graphical environments and available options. Internet Chat. Overview of several operating systems including: Windows NT/2000/XP.D 1. Internet Research & Investigative Tools. The shell and common command-line utilities. 3. Using a desktop (GUI) environment. and introducing common desktop applications. Virus and Trojan infection. and file systems. extracting USB related artifacts. Installing and configuring Linux and Linux applications. Linux Basics: File system layout. S. FTP. Definition and types of Cyber crimes 2. Different types of attacks. Outlook Express. HTTP. Internet History and Topology. 3. Telnet and IRC.Preparing and verifying forensically sterile storage media. Recommended Books . system management and security concepts. Internet Services and Access. understanding and examination of protected storage. distributions. Registries: Use of registry viewers. Event Log. E-Mail Attachments. Typed URLs. Accessing devices. Section-C 1. understanding of User Assist. DOS. Section.. HTML and other Internet protocols.

Auerbach publications.Loader. Vacca. 7. Marcella. Seger and W. Academic press. Casey. Bruce Middleton. 4. Computer forensics-Incident response essentials.J. . A. Digital evidence and computer crime-Forensic science.Loader.Kruse IIand Jay G. 5. Firewall Media. Cyber forensics-A field manual for collecting. computers and the internet. 6. FireWall Media. Hand book of computer crime investigation. Computer crime-A crime fighter s hand book. 10. New Delhi.T. Christopher L. David Icove. Doughless Thomas and Brian D. Greenfield. Auerbach publications.Vonstorch. Robert S. Inc. 11. Eoghan Casey. Computer forensics-Computer crime scene investigation. Elsevier. 2. New Delhi. Computer evidence-Collection and preservation. Cyber crime.Heiser. Cyber crime. 8. 9. Addison Wesley. Cyber crime investigation field guide. 3. Brown.. examining and preserving of computer crimes. John R. O reily & Alseriates. K.1. Sober. A practical guide to LINUX. Warren G. Doughless Thomas and Brian D.

. Finding and documenting data and files in unallocated space. Detailed analysis of FAT 12. Methods of recovering deleted files.Pr Computer Forensics Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 Internal Assessment: 10 1. Practical recovery of such data using methods to preserve its integrity. Copying and imaging 4. 2. 6. FAT 32 and NTFS file systems. FAT 16. Practical exercises in dismantling and re-building PCs.3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No.2)CF. A series of practical lab exercises designed to demonstrate how to access forensic artifacts within hard disk drives and to develop the student's skills in forensic analysis. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(11. Methods of hiding data on hard and floppy disks 5. 3.

Digital recorder. Acoustic Characteristics of Environments. Section-A 1. Acoustic speech production. Frequency measurements.enhancement 3. restoration. Audio line levels. Additive Noise. Digital Filters. noise characteristics sound recording play back devices. Image enhancement. . Properties of Noise. Topics Maximum Marks IFSC3(12. introduction to video technology component of Digital Image processing. Conventional Filters. Basic Electric Circuits 2. Convolution Noise.3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Sound Recording/Playback Devices: Analog Tape recorders. Adaptive noise cancellation. Audio. Noise Characteristics: Noise Model. Phonetic aspects of speech speaker identification etc. This paper includes Audio Level measurement. range. Decibels.Th Forensic Audio-Video Analysis Total: 100 Semester Exam: 80 Internal Assessment: 20 Forensic Audio Video analysis is the scientific examination. authentication of recorded audio. Spectrum Analysis. comparison and /or evaluation of audio-video in legal matters. Audio Level Measurement: Voltage.1)FAVA. Forensic analysis of audio/Video in Video recording Basic Factors of sound in speech.

Auditory Examination by Critical Listening. 4. Image Processing Application. Integrity of Images. Image Compression. Image restoration. Concept of Video film Production. Recording formats-Analog and Digital. Basic Factors of Sound in Speech: Physics of Sound. costumes. Colour space & representation. 4. Introduction to Video technology: Video standards. Waveform analysis. Linear and Non-linear Editing. Section-B 1. Magnetic developing. 2. speech Spectrographic analysis. Video image analysis-Object. Introduction to component of Digital Image Processing: Introduction to Image processing & Computer Graphic. Storage. Visual Examination technique on Video frame sequence. Section-C 1. Forensic Analysis of Audio/Video in Video recording: Falsification in Video Recording. Components of speech sound. Image perception. Instrumental Method-Waveform-Vectroscope. Authentication of recorded audio: Type of alterations. Cross-pulse Monitor. Facial Image recognition from video frame image. 3. Concept of Digital Water marking. Facial Image Recognition. Introduction to Video devices. Fourier Analysis. Speech Signal-Analogue & Digital. Graphics and animation technique. Optical Method.Microphone Types & Advantages/disadvantages. Fourier transforms. . Videogrametry and Photogrametry technique. Introduction to Image enhancement. Digital audio formats.

Organs of . Acoustic Speech Production: Speech Anatomy-Animal Vs Human.2.

Aural. A to D Conversion-Sampling. Phonetics in Speaker Identification. 4. Signal Processing. Sound of speech-Vowel. Concept of test and error in Speaker Identification. Supra segmental (Prosodic features)-Stress. Digital Audio Formats. A/D Signal Processing Model. Sound Spectrographic. Nasalisation. Section-D 1.speech-Respiratory System. Segmental & Supra-segmental. IPA (The International Phonetic Alphabets) Forensic Phonetics. Mechanism of speech Production-Vibration Mechanism of Vocal Folds. Coarticulation. Automatic Method. Computer Representation of Speech. Consonant and Glides. Signal Processing Systems. Present Scenario. Articulation-Manner & Place of Articulation. Accent features. Legal status in India and Abroad: Historical Background on Speaker . Methods on Speaker Recognition. Interpretation of result. 2. Intonation. Types of processing. Acoustic Properties of Vocal Tract. Speaker Recognition: Principles of speaker recognition/ identification. Syllables. Tone. Duration. Objective/Subjective methods. Psychological Stress. 3. Phonemes. Introduction to Pattern recognition Application in Automatic Speaker Identification and Verification System. 3. Introduction to Digital Signal Processing: Digital/Analog signals. Various approaches in Forensic Speaker Identification. Phonetic Aspects of Speech: Articulators-Active/Passive. Coding and Decoding. Quantization. Effect of context. Signal Processing Applications. 4. Phonatory System. Articulatory System. Statistics interpretation of probability scale. Pulse Code Modulation.

Harris and Lawrence J. Speaker Line-up. London. Raphael. D. Aspects of Language. Fry.Identification in USA. Speech Sounds. Third Edition. Forensic Voice Identification. Sears. USA. Cambridge University Press. Plenum Press. David Cheshire. Andrew Soderberg and Tom Hudson. The Physics of Speech. New York and London 6. Harry Hollien. Speech Science Primer (Physiology. 4. Dorling Kindersley. Katherine S. Harry Hollien. The Complete Book of Video Techniques Subjects Equipment. Patricia Ashby. The Acoustics of Crime-The New Science of Forensic Phonetics. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers. a Wolters Kluwer Company. Acoustics and perception of Speech). 3. Third Edition. Borden. Academic Press. Desktop Video Studio. 2. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Gloria J. Judgment of Supreme Court of India on report of Speaker Identification. Dwight Bolinger and Donald A. Court presentation of report based on speaker Identification. London 8. Routledge. 5. Random House Electronic Publishing . London and New York 7. USA. Recommended Books 1. Ear witness-Speaker Profiling. European countries and India.B.

A Simplified Approach to Image Processing.2)FAVA. Gary H. Martin Uren. Russ. Delhi 14. Kamla-Raj Enterprises. Title Maximum Marks IFSC3(12. CRC Press 15. Video Editing and Post-Production-A Professional Guide. 3/4.P Forensic Audio-Video Analysis Practical Total: 50 Semester Exam: 40 . Daystar Publications. Fourth Edition. Raisina Road. Focal Press. Fourth Edition. New Delhi 10. New Delhi 11. Daystar Publications 3/4. 2273. Rayner. Raisina Road. New Delhi 13. Anderson.K. Forensic Uses of Digital Imaging.W.67 9. Newnes Guide to Digital TV. Illustrated Dictionary of Moving Image Technology. Springer 12. Simon J. Randy Crane. Indera P. Godsill and Peter J. Richard Brice. Focal Press. Bhasin. Singh and M. Digital Audio Restoration. Second Edition. A Laboratory Manual on Bilogical Anthropology and Anthropometry. John C. 3rd Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Prentice Hall PTR New Jersey. Newnes Oxford Daystar Publications ¾. Raisina Road.

Segregation of speech sample. Selection of verbatim for speaker identification. 9. Recording the voice of a speaker using a tape recorder and measures for keeping it in the safe custody. 3. Measures to be taken care during recording the specimen speech sample of a suspect. Making a working copy of the recording in appropriate format in analog mode. Transcription of speech sample using IPA symbols. 10. 5. Extraction of audio from a video recording. Recording the speech sample of a speaker using digital audio tape recorder. 2. 6. Digitization of analog speech sample. . 7. 8. Anthropometric measurements in facial recognition from a still image/ photograph. 4.Internal Assessment: 10 1.

documenting and testing of assigned materials 2 Establishing and searching databases.1)P.CF LABORATORY INTERNSHIP CASE FILE-1 100 Sl. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(13. No.4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Topics 1 Collecting. 3 Testing and validating methods for case works 4 Project Paternity cases 5 Topic Presentations 4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Title Maximum Marks .

No. One case practical carrying 2.Pr LABORATORY INTERNSHIP PRACTICUM-1 50 S.2)P. Viva-voce .(External Examiner) IFSC4(13. Laboratory Internship Practicum-1 1.

Title Maximum Marks .4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(14. Topics 1 Collecting. documenting and testing of assigned materials 2 Establishing and searching databases. No. 3 Testing and validating methods for case works 4 Project Sexual assault cases 5 Topic Presentations 4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No.1)SA.CF LABORATORY INTERNSHIP CASE FILE-2 100 Sl.

Pr LABORATORY INTERNSHIP PRACTICUM-2 50 S.1)H. Laboratory Internship Practicum-2 1.CF LABORATORY INTERNSHIP CASE FILE-3 100 . One case practical carrying 2. No. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(15. Viva-voce 4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No.(External Examiner) IFSC4(14.2)SA.

Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(15. Viva-voce 4th . documenting and testing of assigned materials 2 Establishing and searching databases. No. Topics 1 Collecting. One case practical carrying 2. No.Pr LABORATORY INTERNSHIP PRACTICUM-3 50 S. 3 Testing and validating methods for case works 4 Project Homicide cases 5 Topic Presentations 4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No.Sl.2)H. Laboratory Internship Practicum-3 1.

Topics 1 Collecting. 3 Testing and validating methods for case works 4 Project DNA extraction and Amplification from challenged samples 5 Topic Presentations . Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(16.CF LABORATORY INTERNSHIP CASE FILE-4 100 Sl. documenting and testing of assigned materials 2 Establishing and searching databases.Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. No.1)CS.

2)CS. Laboratory Internship Practicum-4 1.Pr LABORATORY INTERNSHIP PRACTICUM-4 50 S. One case practical carrying 2.4th Semester Specialization in Biological Sciences Paper No. Viva-voce . Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(16. No.

HPLC). Heroin 3. Diazepam tablet 5. spectrophotometry (IR.CF DRUGS OF ABUSE CASE FILE 100 S. Opium 2. colour tests. Nitrazepam tablet 7. Laboratory Topics Complete analysis* of Case/ Simulated sample: 1. Ganja 9. UV-VIS) and mass spectrometry technique so as to establish the identity of the questioned substance(s) in the suspected material (test sample). . Amphetamine 8. Phenobarbitone tablet 6. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(13. microscopy. chromatography(TLC. Charas 10. No. Mandrax 4.1)DA. crystal tests. GLC.4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Buprenorphine *Complete analysis includes justified use of macroscopy.

2)DA. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(13. Two case practicals.4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. each of 4.Pr DRUGS OF ABUSE PRACTICAL 50 S. Viva-voce . Forensic Explosive Practical 3. No.

7. . Detection of Diazepam in Biological tissues & fluids. 2.1)FT. Detection of Carbamate Insecticide in Biological tissues & fluids. 6. 10. colour tests. Estimation of Ethyl alcohol in Body fluids by Kozelka & Hine Method. 4. 3. Laboratory Topics* 1. Detection of Organophosphorous Insecticide in Biological tissues & fluids.CF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY CASE FILE 100 S. Detection of Organochloro Insecticide in Biological tissues & fluids.4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Detection of Arsenic in Biological tissues & fluids.No. 5. Detection of Plant poisons in Biological tissues & fluids. microscopy. 9. Detection of Phenobarbitone in Biological tissues & fluids. * Analysis includes justified use of macroscopy. Detection of Phosphine in Biological tissues & fluids. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(14. 8. crystal tests. Detection Pyrethroids Insecticide in Biological tissues & fluids.

2)FT.Pr FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY PRACTICAL 50 S. 4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. spectrophotometry (IR.HPLC).chromatography(TLC. GLC. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(14. No. Viva-voce . Forensic Toxicology Practical 5. Two case practicals 6. UV-VIS) and mass spectrometry technique so as to establish the identity of the questioned substance(s) in the suspected material (test sample).

ANFO 3. microscopy.4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. GLC.CF FORENSIC EXPLOSIVE CASE FILE 100 S. crystal tests. Semtex 9. TNT slab 10. spectrophotometry (IR. Black powder 2.HPLC). Pyrotechnic mixture (Flower pot) 4. Pyrotechnic mixture (Sparklers) 5. Black RDX 7. Pyrotechnic mixture (Cracker) 6. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(15. Laboratory Topics Complete analysis* of case/ simulated sample: 1. UV-VIS) and mass spectrometry . Plasticized Ammonium nitrate 8. chromatography(TLC. colour tests. Fuse cord * Complete analysis includes justified use of macroscopy.1)FE.No.

No. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(15.2)FE.technique so as to establish the identity of the questioned substance(s) in the suspected material (test sample). Two case practicals 8. Drugs of Abuse Practical 7.Pr FORENSIC EXPLOSIVES PRACTICAL 50 S. 4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. Viva-voce .

Carbaryl 6. Diazapam. DDT. PETN. NG. Phenobarbital. Heroin. Parathion. Cocaine. Case Studies (one each of Toxicology.1)IACS. Heroin. Methaqualone. PETN. TATP 2. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(16. TATP 3. Amphetamine. NG. Diazapam. Mass spectral analysis of Morphine. Cocaine. HMX. Codeine. Tetryl. Fentanyl 4. IR spectral analysis of Morphine. Fentanyl 5. RDX. Mass spectral analysis of Malathion. Mass spectral analysis of TNT. HMX. IR spectral analysis of TNT. Thebaine. Tetryl. Thebaine. Explosives and Drug of Abuse) 4th . Methaqualone.75 4th Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. RDX. Phenobarbital. Propoxur. Codeine. No.CF INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES CASE FILE 100 S. Amphetamine. Laboratory Topics 1.

Two case practicals 10.Pr INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES PRACTICAL 50 S. Viva-voce . Analysis in Chemical Sciences Practical 9.2)IACS.Semester Specialization in Chemical Sciences Paper No. No. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(16.

Measurement of Wound Ballistic Parameters 10.1)B. Identification of Bullet /Slug/Parts Thereof 2. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(13. Examination of Target involved in Shooting 9. Laboratory Topics 1. Linkage of Fired Bullet/Bullet Fragments with Rifled Firearm 7. Linkage of Fired/Misfired Cartridge 6. Linkage of Fired Bullet/Bullet Fragments with Unrifled Firearm 8.4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Identification of Propellant Charge 5. Identification of Shots and Pellets 3. Test Firing 4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences .No.CF BALLISTICS CASE FILE 100 S. Identification of Wads/Wad Pieces 4.

No. Ballistics 11.Paper No. Viva-voce .Pr BALLISTICS PRACTICAL 50 S. Two case practicals 12. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(13.2)B.

Decipherment of indented writings.1)D. Laboratory Topics (Documents) 1. Examination of ink by TLC and spectrophotometry 9. Examination of erasures-mechanical and chemical erasures 7. overwriting and obliteration in the documents 6.CF DOCUMENTS CASE FILE 100 S.4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Examination of typescripts and printed matter 5. Currency notes. Lottery tickets etc. Indian Passports. Examination of paper 10. No. secret writings and charred documents 8. 4th . Examinations alterations-additions. Examination of security documents. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(14. Examination of rubber stamp and other mechanical impression 4. Stamp Papers. Identification of normal/disguised writing 2. Detection of forgeries including traced and simulated forgery and built up documents 3.

Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Two case practicals 14. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(14.2)D.Pr DOCUMENTS PRACTICAL 50 S. Documents Practical 13. No. Viva-voce .

Retrieval of Morphed image. 10 Retrieval of pictures from different picture file format. 8. 4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences . Laboratory Topics 1. 7. To examine the hard disk and to draw an appropriate conclusions. 5. Password recovery for Microsoft Office files. Concepts of Accessed. 9.CF COMPUTER FORENSICS CASE FILE 100 S. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(15. 4.4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. 3. Retrieval of data from unallocated clusters.mails. 2. Partially overwritten file content recovery. Retrieval and analysis of e. No. modified and created file folders. 6. deleted. Steago analysis on different file formats. Imaging of different types of storage media.1)CF.

No. Computer Forensics Practical 15.Paper No. Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(15. Viva-voce .2)CF.Pr COMPUTER FORENSICS PRACTICAL 50 S. Two case practicals 16.

1)FAVA. Analysis of real cases related to speaker identification using automatic language independent speaker identification system (LISIS Ver. 11. Identification of simulated speech samples in SpId and LISIS.0) 4. 6. . 8.CF FORENSIC AUDIO-VIDEO ANALYSIS CASE FILE 100 Sl. 2. 7.0) 3. Laboratory Topics 1. Analysis of real cases related to image enhancement 9. Analysis of simulated speech samples for speech enhancement. Analysis of simulated images for enhancement. Analysis of real cases related to speaker identification in a closed set. 5.4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No. Analysis of real cases related to speech enhancement. Analysis of simulated speech samples for speaker identification.2. Authentication of audio recordings with simulated sample. Title Maximum Marks IFSC4(16. No. Authentication of audio recordings in real cases. Analysis of real cases related to speaker identification using automatic text independent speaker identification system (SpId Ver. 10.1.

Title Maximum Marks (External Examiner) IFSC4(16. Authorized Judicial editing of a raw video footage on videotape and to convert to digital format. 14. To compare facial image in a video frame image sequence with photograph or video frame image sequence and to perform facial recognition. Forensic Audio-Video Analysis 17. 15.2)FAVA. 4th Semester Specialization in Physical Sciences Paper No.Pr FORENSIC AUDIOVIDEO ANALYSIS PRACTICAL 50 S. Viva-voce . Authentication of video recordings with simulated sample. 13. Authentication of video recordings in real cases. Two case practicals 18.12. No.

. All question carry equal marks. B.INSTRUCTION FOR EXAMINER: 1. 3. Students will be required to attempt five questions choosing one question from each of the sections A. For the semester examination a total of nine questions will be set. C. D. There will be no choice in the compulsory question 2.B.D and the compulsory question. two from each of the sections A. There will be one compulsory question of eight to ten short answer type questions covering the whole syllabus.C.