Forensic Law

Forensic Science is a multidisciplinary subject used for probing crime scene & gathering evidence to be used in prosecution of offenders in a court of law.

While pursuing a degree in forensic science, important criminal subjects are being taught to the students so that they should get through knowledge of the criminal justice system in India, the hierarchy of criminal courts with its powers and functions, the duties and powers of police officers, the evidentiary value of expert’s opinion, F.I.R. and lie detector test.

Besides this, we keep our students updated discussing with them landmark judgments given by courts & recent amendments carried out in criminal law subjects.

Study of substantive & procedural laws i.e. IPC (Indian Penal Code), Cr.p.c. (Criminal Procedure Code) and IEA (Indian Evidence Act) helps our students to be familiar with the procedure followed in a court.

To have practical exposure to court proceedings, our students visit courts, police stations, and prisons at regular intervals as part of their curriculum as well as students perform ‘street play’ on various socio-legal issues which create legal awareness in society.

Various subjects taught to the UG/PG students

  • Indian Penal Code 1860
  • Criminal Procedure code 1973
  • Indian Evidence Act 1872
  • Criminology
  • Information Technology Act 2000
  • Law of Intellectual Property rights
  • Various criminal minor Acts