About Amity University

The Amity University has been established by an act of State Legislature and recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) through the Act of State Legislature. It is recognized as a Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO) by DST Govt. of India. The University encourages the faculty members to undertake research work for their professional development and enrichment of courses/teaching. The University is also offering M.Phil., Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research programmes. A number of Institutions/Departments of Amity have undertaken Research projects sponsored by DST, DBT, ICMR, CSIR, DRDO, Ministry of Environment and Forest, Dept. of Atomic Energy, Ministry of Earth Sciences etc. A total of more than 305 Patents applications have been filed by the various faculty members of Amity University Uttar Pradesh with Controller of Patents in the last two years in the areas of Biotechnology, Microbial technology, Nano technology, Information technology, Herbal Medicines & Allied Sciences. The university is NAAC A+ accredited. The NIRF rank of the university for the year 2019 is 58 and 35 in the University and Engineering category respectively. 

About Institute

Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India is a leading premier institute dedicated to nation service. It offers higher education in forensic sciences at three programmes levels: UG-B.Sc. (Hons.) Forensic Science, PG-M.Sc. (Forensic Science) and Doctorate-Ph.D. (Forensic Science) in Full Time and Part Time mode, all the courses aim to instil in student’s professional acumen, skills and capabilities to deal with different areas of life.
The institute is committed to impart education in an extensive Flipped mode encompassing four quadrant approach of Interactive Classroom Teaching. “Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences” an institute of Amity University came into existence by an act under the Amity University (Uttar Pradesh) Act, 2005 and it has also been listed under ‘Educational Institutions’ in the U.P. Govt. website (http://www.upgov.nic.in). Its main aim is to conduct important professional courses that can ensure employment to passing-out students. In addition, several short-term training programmes are being offered by the institute. The institute has organized International and National conferences, workshops, seminars and Quiz competitions.

About FDP

Forensic Science has a cardinal role in criminal justice system. Crime prevention is a global issue and despite prodigious efforts by law enforcement agencies, there is a surge in crime statistics. Forensic experts assist in protecting and handling of the crime scene and in collecting the evidences of prime importance with the help of technology & scientific methods. They also testify as Expert Witness in courtroom proceedings. There is an intense need that new advancements and technologies must be employed as a tool for checking crime in effective way. FDP on “Recent advancement in Forensic Science and Technology” is designed to supplement technical knowledge and real time problems of criminal Investigation amongst faculties, scientists and researchers. FDP will accouter participants with the skillset required education and criminal justice system and would help in nourishing research ideas based on real time problems in faculties, scientists/forensic experts and budding researchers, etc.

  • Faculties and researchers would be able to comprehend real time cases and assimilate research ideas to strengthen criminal justice system
  • To discuss recent advancements in forensic science and technology
  • To provide training in different instruments required for analysis of various physical evidences.
  • To present an insight of crime and criminal justice system as a global issue and instilling research ideas that are of benefit to all round the globe.
  • Learn recent advancements in use of technology to assist criminal justice system.
  • Understand real time problems faced by forensic experts in dealing with different criminal cases.
  • Learn use of Instrumental techniques in analyzing various physical Evidences.
  • To empower forensic fraternity with enhancing knowledge of current research and development in forensic science.

The FDP is appropriate for all research enthusiasts. This FDP is primarily meant for, though not limited to:

  • Faculty/ Academicians
  • Research Scholars
  • Scientists/ Forensic Experts
  • Doctors/ Nurses
  • Lawyers and Judges
  • Police Officers
  • Corporates
*Graduate and Post Graduate students excluded


  • FDP Date : 21st March - 27th March, 2021
  • Last date for Registration : 21st March, 2021; Time: 12:00 hrs (IST)


Prof. (Dr.) A. K. Kapoor

Former Vice-Chancellor Jiwaji University, Gwalior, M.P. and Former Professor & Head, Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, India

Prof. Barry A. J. Fisher

Forensic Science Consultant, California, United States

Prof. (Dr.) J. R. Gaur

Director, SFSRM, R.R.U, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India

Prof. (Dr.) G. P. Singh

Professor, Department of Statistics, Institute of Science, BHU, Varanasi, India

Dr. R. K. Sarin

Director, FSL, Amrawati, Andhra Pradesh, India

Ms. Deepa Verma

Director, FSL, Govt. Of NCT, Delhi, India

Dr. Rajinder Singh Chandel

Head & Associate Professor Department of Forensic Science Punjabi University, Patiala, India

Dr. B. B. L. Srivastava

Associate Professor, College of Natural and Chemical Science, Department of Chemistry University of DODOMA, Tanzania

Dr. Lata Gautam

Associate Professor, Forensic Science, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, U.K.

Dr. Sibte Hadi

Forensic Scientist, UK

Mr. Ken Mohr

Principal, Crime Lab Design, USA

Dr. Soma Dasgupta

Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies, India

Mr. Stephen Kasper

Forensic Scientist, USA

Dr. Jitendra Kumar

Head & Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, Central University of Rajasthan, India

Adv. Hugh Selby

Barrister, Advocacy & Witness Trainer, Australia

Dr. N. P. Waghmare

Director, FSL, Panaji, Goa, India

Dr. Harsh Sharma

Director (Retd.), FSL, Bhopal, India

Dr. Ravindra Sharma

Deputy Director, CFSL, Bhopal, India

Dr. Al -Sharif Hashem Mogahed

Forensic Document Expert, Egypt

Ms. Tiffany Roy

Forensic DNA Expert, Florida, USA

Dr. Laura Pettler

Forensic Criminologist / Private Death Investigator, USA

Dr. Anna Barbaro

Chief, Forensic Genetics Department, Studio Indagini Mediche E Forensi (SIMEF), Italy

Prof. (Dr.) V . V. Pillai

Chief of Poison Control Centre & Clinical Forensic Unit, Professor & Head of F.M.T, A.S.M. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Cochin, India

Dr. (Mrs.) Vimal Rarh

Senior Faculty, Department of Chemistry & Forensic Science Unit S.G.T.B. Khalsa College, University of Delhi Project Head & Joint Director, G.A.D.T.L.C., MHRD, Govt. of India

Dr. Rukmani Krishnamurthy

Ex-Director Directorate of Forensic Science Labs, Govt. Of Maharashtra, India

Prof. (Dr.) D. K. Lobiyal

Professor School of Computer & Systems Sciences JNU, New Delhi, India

Dr. G. S. Sodhi

Associate Professor Department of Chemistry & Forensic Science S.G.T.B. Khalsa College University of Delhi, India


Prof. (Dr.) Balvinder Shukla

Professor-Entrepreneurship, Leadership and IT
Vice Chancellor Amity University Uttar Pradesh (AUUP)

Programme Director
Dr. Amarnath Mishra

Assistant Professor and Programme Leader,
Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences

Programme Coordinator
Dr. Shruti Gupta

Assistant Professor

Contact Details

Dr. Amarnath Mishra
Programme Director, FDP-FST 2021
Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences,
J-1 Block, First Floor,
Faculty of Science & Technology
Amity University Uttar Pradesh,
Sector-125, Noida-201313, India
Mob. No. - +91 9818978527
Email - fdpfst2021@amity.edu,
Website - https://www.amity.edu/aifs/FDP-FST2021/

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