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Quiz 51 : Forensic Aspects of Drowning | 28th December to 29th December 2020

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Drowning is difficult to prove beyond the accidental death stage simply because of the nature in which it happens. Proving that an unknown assailant in some way aided the death of another by drowning is difficult to establish and can usually only be established if there are physical wounds such as cuts or bruises or indeed if an eye witness has saw the event take place.

Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Aspects of Drowning

Start Date             :   28th December 2020                    End Date               :   29th December 2020

Quiz Crafted by 

Ms. Nupoor Neole
Assistant Professor,

Department of Forensic Science,

School of Science,

Jain University, Bangalore

Quiz Moderator

Amala K Saj

M.Sc. Forensic Science 

Rashtriya Raksha University, Gujarat

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Quiz 50 : Forensic Ballistics | 25th December to 26th December 2020

The term ballistics refers to the science of study of the action, motion and behaviour of a projectile during its flight in any given medium. The flight path of a bullet includes travel down the barrel called Internal Ballistics, path through the air called External Ballistics, and path through a target called Terminal Ballistics. Ballistic expert need to answer the questions such as the type of The Firearms used, Identification of the Firearm, Individual Characteristics of Firearm, Range of Firing, Direction of Firing, Identification of the Shooter and Medico legal aspects: - Suicide/Homicide/Accident.


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Ballistics

Start Date             :   25th December 2020

End Date               :   26th December 2020


Quiz Crafted by 

Ms. Manashree Mane

Assistant Professor, 

Department of Forensic Science, 

School of Sciences, 

JAIN (Deemed-to-be-University), 

Bangalore 560027, Karnataka


Quiz Moderator

Amala K Saj

M.Sc. Forensic Science 

Rashtriya Raksha University, Gujarat


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Quiz 49 : Victimology | 22nd December to 23rd December 2020

Victimology, branch of criminology that scientifically studies the relationship between an injured party and an offender by examining the causes and the nature of the consequent suffering. Specifically, victimology focuses on whether the perpetrators were complete strangers, mere acquaintances, friends, family members, or even intimates and why a particular person or place was targeted. Criminal victimization may inflict economic costs, physical injuries, and psychological harm.


Topic of Quiz        :   Victimology

Start Date             :   22nd December 2020

End Date               :   23rd December 2020


Quiz Crafted by 

Rashika Gupta 

GSOC Operator, ServiceNow Software Development

M. Sc. Criminology (Specialized in Forensic Psychology), 

National Forensic Sciences University, 

Ghandinagar, Gujarat.


Quiz Moderator

Bogimayum Abdul Razaque

M. Sc. Forensic Science & Toxicology, 

Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Punjab. 


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Quiz 48 : Estimation of Post Mortem Interval by Raman Spectroscopy | 19th December to 20th December 2020

The post-mortem interval (PMI) is the time that has elapsed since an individual's death. When the time of death is not known, the interval may be estimated, and so an estimated time of death established. There are standard medical and scientific techniques supporting such an estimation.


Topic of Quiz        :  Estimation of Post Mortem Interval by Raman Spectroscopy

Start Date             :  19th December 2020

End Date               :  20th December 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Cecilia Erika Ramírez Alba

Biomaterials Lecturer 

University of Guadalajara.


Quiz Moderator

AfreenTarannum

Senior Scientific Officer, SIFS INDIA


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Quiz 47 : Forensic Biology & Serology | 16th December to 17th December 2020

The forensic biology and serology is one of the crucial discipline in the field of forensic sciences. Generally, the forensic serology deals with the analysis of blood, serum, saliva, semen, hair and other bodily fluids to establish the relationship of the perpetrator to the crime scene.


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Biology & Serology

Start Date             :   16th December 2020

End Date               :   17th December 2020


Quiz Crafted by 

Qurratul Ain Kausar Ansari

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science,

G H Raisoni University Amravati Maharashtra.


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology,

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 46 : Forensic Odontology | 13th December to 14th December 2020

Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. Forensic dentists are involved in assisting investigative agencies to identify recovered human remains in addition to the identification of whole or fragmented bodies; forensic dentists may also be asked to assist in determining age, race, occupation, previous dental history and socioeconomic status of unidentified human beings.


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Odontology

Start Date             :   13th December 2020

End Date               :   14th December  2020 


Quiz Crafted by 

Dr. Abraham Johnson

Assistant Professor

Institute of Forensic Science

National Forensic Sciences University

Gandhinagar, Gujarat


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology,

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 45 : Forensic Aspects of Explosives | 10th December to 11th December 2020

An explosion occurs as the result of a chemical reaction which releases a vast amount of physical or chemical energy accompanied by light, heat and sound in a short space of time. The cause of an explosion could range from a simple accident in the home to a major terrorist incident. Either way, an intricate investigation must take place to establish the exact circumstances of the event. The construction of a bomb can be fairly simple, some requiring just a timer or remote control to create an initial spark, which ignites the bomb and triggers a blast. The recipes for making such a bomb are readily available online. The strength of a bomb can vary greatly, some yielding little power and others causing mass destruction, depending on the chemical reactants used and the construction of the device itself.


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Aspects of Explosives

Start Date             :   10th December 2020

End Date               :   11th December  2020 


Quiz Crafted by 

Ritu Bharti

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science, 

Government Holkar Science College, Indore (M.P.)


Quiz Moderator

Nimisha Dubey

M.Sc (Forensic Science)

Govt. Holkar Science College, Indore (M.P.)


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Quiz 44 : Forensic Medicine & Entomology | 7th December to 8th December 2020

Forensic medicine is defined as ‘the application of medical and paramedical scientific knowledge to certain branches of law, both civil and criminal’ (Parikh, 1999); whereas, Forensic entomology is the scientific study of the invasion of the succession pattern of arthropods with their developmental stages of different species found on the decomposed cadavers during legal investigations. It is the application and study of insect and other arthropod biology to criminal matters. It also involves the application of the study of arthropods, including insects, arachnids, centipedes, millipedes, and crustaceans to criminal or legal cases. It is primarily associated with death investigations; however, it may also be used to detect drugs and poisons, determine the location of an incident, and find the presence and time of the infliction of wounds. Forensic entomology can be divided into three subfields: urban, stored-product and medico-legal/medico-criminal entomology.


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Medicine & Entomology

Start Date             :   7th December 2020

End Date               :   8th December  2020 


Quiz Crafted by 

Dr. Suchita Rawat

Guest Faculty (M.Sc. Forensic Science), 

Dept. of Anthropology 

University of Delhi


Quiz Moderator

Pallavi Mohanty 

M.Sc Forensic Science 

University of Delhi


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Quiz 43 : Forensic Ballistics | 4th December to 5th December 2020

Forensic firearm examination is the forensic process of examining the characteristics of firearms or bullets left behind at a crime scene. Specialists in this field are tasked with linking bullets to weapons and weapons to individuals. Obliterated serial numbers can be raised and recorded in an attempt to find the registered owner of the weapon. Nitric acid (HNO3) is the most common reagent used for this. Examiners can also look for fingerprints on the weapon and cartridges. Fingerprints are key pieces of evidence. If crime scene investigators find prints at a scene, they will be dusted, photographed, collected, and analyzed both by hand (using comparison microscopes) as well as compared to databases. 


Topic of Quiz        :   Forensic Ballistics

Start Date             :   4th December 2020

End Date               :   5th December 2020 


Quiz Crafted by

Manish Kumar Saini

Scientific Officer (Physics)

State FSL, Madhya Pradesh 


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology, 

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 42 : Ante-Mortem & Postmortem Analysis of Injuries | 1st December to 2nd December 2020

Antemortem injuries are those injuries a body has received before death. They may be a contributing factor in the death or even its cause. On the other hand, they may have occurred many years ago. During an autopsy , the pathologist assesses the age of antemortem injuries, as well as distinguishing them from postmortem injuries—that is, injuries occurring after death. Postmortem injury can come from various sources such as deliberate mutilation of a body by a murderer following a homicide, predation by wild animals, or careless handling in the mortuary. Postmortem injuries can cause confusion over the manner and cause of death. 


Topic of Quiz        :   Ante-Mortem & Postmortem Analysis of Injuries

Start Date             :   1st December 2020

End Date               :   2nd December 2020 


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Akhilesh Pathak

Professor & Head of Department

Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Bathinda-151001, Punjab


Quiz Moderator

Kratika Mishra

Senior Scientific Officer, SIFS INDIA

New Delhi


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Quiz 41 : DNA Forensic | 28th November to 29th November 2020

DNA profiling is the determination of a DNA profile for legal and investigative purposes. DNA analysis methods have changed numerous times over the years as technology improves and allows for more information to be determined with less starting material. Modern DNA analysis is based on the statistical calculation of the rarity of the produced profile within a population.

While most well known as a tool in forensic investigations, DNA profiling can also be used for non-forensic purposes. Paternity testing, and human genealogy research are just two of the non-forensic uses of DNA profiling.


Topic of Quiz        :   DNA Forensic

Start Date             :   28th November 2020

End Date               :   29th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mr. Arun Ghuge 

Head & Asst. Professor 

M.E.S. Group-A (Gazetted)

Department of Forensic Biology,

Government Institute of Forensic Science, 

Aurangabad, M.H, India.


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology,

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 40 : Forensic Traumatology | 25th November to 26th November 2020

In medicine, traumatology is the study of wounds and injuries caused by accidents or violence to a person, and the surgical therapy and repair of the damage. Traumatology is a branch of medicine. It is often considered a subset of surgery and in countries without the specialty of trauma surgery it is most often a sub-specialty to orthopedic surgery. Traumatology may also be known as accident surgery.

Forensic traumatology is defined as the assisting the court or legal system in understanding and finding truth in situations where there is question regarding people who were exposed to highly stressful and traumatic events. These situations can be criminal or civil.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Traumatology

Start Date             :   25th November 2020

End Date               :   26th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Vijay Arora 

State Medico Legal Expert/Advisor 

Himachal Pradesh  

cum Professor and Head, Dept. of Forensic 

Medicine, Dr. R.P. Govt. Medical 

College, Kangra at  Tanda-176002 


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology,

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 39 : Injury: Medico-Legal Perspective | 22nd November to 23rd November 2020

In medicine, traumatology (from Greek trauma, meaning injury or wound) is the study of wounds and injuries caused by accidents or violence to a person, and the surgical therapy and repair of the damage. Traumatology is a branch of medicine. It is often considered a subset of surgery and in countries without the specialty of trauma surgery it is most often a sub-specialty to orthopedic surgery. Traumatology may also be known as accident surgery.


Topic of Quiz        :  Injury: Medico-Legal Perspective

Start Date             :  22nd November 2020

End Date               :  23rd November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Neeharika Srivastava

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science

School of Basic & Applied Sciences

G.D. Goenka University

Sohna, Gurgaon, Haryana


Quiz Moderator

Pallavi Mohanty

M.Sc Forensic Science 

University of Delhi 


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Quiz 38 : DNA in Forensic Science | 19th November to 20th November 2020

DNA profiling is a technique employed by forensic scientists to assist in the identification of individuals on the basis of their respective DNA profiles. The term is also known as DNA testing, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting. DNA profiles are encrypted sets of numbers that reflect a person's DNA makeup. It can be used to identify the person.


Topic of Quiz        :  DNA in Forensic Science

Start Date             :  19th November 2020

End Date               :  20th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Ruchi Sharma

Forensic Examiner/Reporting Officer (DNA)

Forensic Science Laboratory

Rohini, Delhi.


Quiz Moderator

Ruchika Dwivedi

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Forensic Expert

SIFS INDIA


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Quiz 37 : Law & Forensic Science | 16th November to 17th November 2020

Forensic science is simply put as ‘the application of science to law’. This means that for forensic science to thrive it needs to work together with the law and for the law to truly work, it needs the application of Forensic science to guide judgment. The end goal is to seek justice by identifying the guilty and exonerating the innocent.


Topic of Quiz        :  Law & Forensic Science

Start Date             :  16th November  2020

End Date               :  17th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mr. Advait Uday Shukla

Advocate practicing at Bombay High Court

(B.Sc. Forensic science &L.L.B.)


Quiz Moderator

Kanheri G. Manohar

M.Sc .Forensic science

Govt. Institute of forensic science, Mumbai.


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Quiz 36 : Drug of Abuse | 13th November to 14th November 2020

When controlled substances are used in a manner or amount inconsistent with the legitimate medical use, it is called drug abuse. The non-sanctioned use of substances controlled in Schedules I through V of the CSA is considered  drug abuse. While legal pharmaceuticals placed under control in the CSA are prescribed and used by patients for medical treatment, the use of these same pharmaceuticals outside the scope of sound medical practice is drug abuse. 


Topic of Quiz        :  Drug of Abuse

Start Date             :  13th November 2020

End Date               :  14th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Ankesh Ahirwar

Faculty

Department of Forensic Science,

Government Holkar Science College, Indore,

Madhya Pradesh, India.


Quiz Moderator

Nimisha Dubey

M. Sc (Forensic Science)

Govt. Holkar Science College, Indore (M.P.)


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Quiz 35 : Forensic Ballistics | 10th November to 11th November 2020

Forensic ballistics involves analysis of bullets and bullet impacts to determine information of use to a court or other part of a legal system. Separately from ballistics information, firearm and tool mark examinations ("ballistic fingerprinting") involve analyzing firearm, ammunition, and tool mark evidence in order to establish whether a certain firearm or tool was used in the commission of a crime.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Ballistics

Start Date             :  10th November 2020

End Date               :  11th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Pankaj Kumar Pandey

Scientific Officer,

State Forensic Science Laboratory,

Home(Police) Dept.,

Govt. of MP SAGAR


Quiz Moderator

Mabel Chandra

M.Sc (Forensic Science)

School of Forensic Science and Risk Management,

Rashtriya Raksha University, Lavad,

Gandhinagar, Gujarat.


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Quiz 34 : Forensic Psychology | 7th November to 8th November 2020

Forensic Psychology, a subfield of psychology, involves the application of psychological knowledge and methods to both civil and criminal legal questions. Traditionally, it has a broad definition as well as a narrow definition. The broader classification states that forensic psychology involves the application of all psychological areas of research to the legal field, while the narrower definition characterizes forensic psychology as “The application of clinical specialties to legal institutions and people who come into contact with the law.” While the American Psychological Association (APA) officially recognized forensic psychology as a specialty under the narrower definition in 2001, the Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists previously acknowledged by the APA in 1991 were revised in 2013 to include all subfields of psychology (e.g. social, clinical, experimental, counseling, neuropsychology) that apply "the scientific, technical, or specialized knowledge of psychology to the law."

In medicine, traumatology (from Greek trauma, meaning injury or wound) is the study of wounds and injuries caused by accidents or violence to a person, and the surgical therapy and repair of the damage. Traumatology is a branch of medicine. It is often considered a subset of surgery and in countries without the specialty of trauma surgery it is most often a sub-specialty to orthopedic surgery. Traumatology may also be known as accident surgery.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Psychology

Start Date             :  7th November 2020

End Date               :  8th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mr. Mahesh Tripathi

Assistant Professor (Psychology)

School of Forensic Science & Risk Management

Rashtriya Raksha University

Lavad, Gujarat, India


Quiz Moderator

Falak Khan

M.Sc. Forensic Science

School of Forensic Science & Risk Management

Rashtriya Raksha University

Lavad, Gujarat, India


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Quiz 33 : Human Identification and Incinerated Remains | 4th November to 5th November 2020

Establishing the human dental identification process relies upon sufficient post-mortem data being recovered to allow for a meaningful comparison with ante-mortem records of the deceased person. Teeth are the most indestructible components of the human body and are structurally unique in their composition. They possess the highest resistance to most environmental effects like fire, desiccation, decomposition and prolonged immersion. In most natural as well as man-made disasters, teeth may provide the only means of positive identification of an otherwise unrecognizable body. It is imperative that dental evidence should not be destroyed through erroneous handling until appropriate radiographs, photographs, or impressions can be fabricated. Proper methods of physical stabilization of incinerated human dental remains should be followed.


Topic of Quiz        :  Human Identification and Incinerated Remains

Start Date             : 04th November 2020

End Date               : 05th November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Jayasankar P. Pillai

BDS,MSc Forensic Odontology

Lecturer, Dept. of Oral Pathology

Govt. Dental College and Hospital

Ahmedabad-16


Quiz Moderator

Dr. Pooja Chakraborty 

B.D.S, M.Sc Forensic Odontology


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Quiz 32 : Cyber Forensic | 1st November to 2nd November 2020

Computer forensics (also known as computer forensic science) is a branch of digital forensic science pertaining to evidence found in computers and digital storage media. The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the digital information. Although it is most often associated with the investigation of a wide variety of computer crime, computer forensics may also be used in civil proceedings. The discipline involves similar techniques and principles to data recovery, but with additional guidelines and practices designed to create a legal audit trail.

Evidence from computer forensics investigations is usually subjected to the same guidelines and practices of other digital evidence. It has been used in a number of high-profile cases and is becoming widely accepted.


Topic of Quiz       :  Cyber Forensic

Start Date             : 01st  November 2020

End Date               : 02nd November 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mr. Vinay Singh

Junior Forensic Assistant Chemical Examiner

Forensic Science Laboratory, Delhi


Quiz Moderator

Shivani Chauhan

M.Sc. (Forensic Science)

Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 


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Quiz 31 : Explosive | 28th October to 29th October 2020

An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and pressure. An explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture containing at least two substances.


Topic of Quiz        :  Explosive 

Start Date             :  28th October 2020

End Date               :  29th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

MD Shahbaz Alam

Assistant Director

Forensic Science Laboratory Patna, Bihar


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology, 

B.U. Jhansi 


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Quiz 30 : Fire and Arson Investigation | 25th October to 26th October 2020

Fire investigators conduct their investigations using a systematic approach utilizing the scientific method, including the following: When arsonists attack, there is very rarely much evidence left at the scene. However, arsonists usually use accelerants to speed up a blaze. Forensic scientists use technologies to heat samples taken from the scene causing any residue to separate. This sample is then analyzed to determine the chemical structure. Scientists also use other tests such as using liquid nitrogen gas to trap residue which are then analyzed using gas chromatography.

  • The investigator receives the assignment and responsibilities
  • Plans the investigation and assembles tools, equipment, and personnel
  • Examines the scene and collects data
  • Collects, tests, evaluates, and documents evidence
  • Applies the scientific method to analyze the information obtained

Depending on how much evidence is present, an investigator can use different approaches. Two techniques include process of elimination, or disregarding the causes that the evidence deems not possible. The second is to start investigating the most probable cause first until it is ruled unlikely.


Topic of Quiz        :  Fire and Arson Investigation

Start Date             :  25th October 2020

End Date               :  26th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Vijay Kumar Yadav

Coordinator /Assistant Professor

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science and Criminology, 

B.U. Jhansi


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology, 

B.U. Jhansi 


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Quiz 29 : Physical Anthropology | 22nd October to 23rd October 2020

Physical or biological anthropology deals with the evolution of humans, their variability, and adaptations to environmental stresses. Using an evolutionary perspective, we examine not only the physical form of humans - the bones, muscles, and organs - but also how it functions to allow survival and reproduction. Within the field of physical anthropology there are many different areas of focus. Paleoanthropology studies the evolution of primates and hominids from the fossil record and from what can be determined through comparative anatomy and studies of social structure and behavior from our closest living relatives. Primatologists study prosimians, monkeys and apes, using this work to understand the features that make each group distinct and those that link groups together. Skeletal biology concentrates on the study of anatomically modern humans, primarily from archaeological sites, and aims to understand the diseases and conditions these past people experienced prior to dying. Forensic anthropologists use the study of skeletal biology to assist in the identification and analysis of more recently deceased individuals. Such cases often involve complex legal considerations. Human biologists concentrate on contemporary humans, examining not only their anatomy and physiology but also their reproduction and the effects of social status and other factors on their growth and development.


Topic of Quiz        :  Physical Anthropology

Start Date             :  22nd October 2020

End Date               :  23rd October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Preeti Singh

Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology

National P.G College, Lucknow,U.P.


Quiz Moderator

Anmol Gupta 

M.Sc. Anthropology

National P G College Lucknow,U.P.


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Quiz 28 : Chemistry and Toxicology | 19th October to 20th October 2020

Toxicology is a scientific discipline, overlapping with biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and medicine, that involves the study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicants. The relationship between dose and its effects on the exposed organism is of high significance in toxicology. Factors that influence chemical toxicity include the dosage, duration of exposure (whether it is acute or chronic), route of exposure, species, age, sex, and environment. Toxicologists are experts on poisons and poisoning. There is a movement for evidence-based toxicology as part of the larger movement towards evidence-based practices. Toxicology is currently contributing to the field of Cancer research, since some toxins can be used as drugs for killing tumor cells. One prime example of this is Ribosome Inactivating Proteins, tested in the treatment of Leukemia.


Topic of Quiz        :  Chemistry and Toxicology 

Start Date             :  19th October 2020

End Date               :  20th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Shaloo Malik

Assistant Director (Toxicology), 

Regional Forensic Science Laboratory , Jodhpur


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science & Criminology, 

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 27 : Diatoms in Forensic Science | 16th October to 17th October 2020

Diatoms are identifiable based on each species unique silica cell walls and vary depending on their environment. Because they have determinant properties diatoms create flora profiles for scientists. When these microscopic algae die, their frustules (silica cell walls) becomes a part of the water sediment. The presence of the frustules enables scientists to compare the cell walls of the deceased organisms with the living diatoms to determine characteristics of their environment. In early spring and the fall the ratio of living diatoms to dead diatoms is high, whereas, in summer and winter the amount of dead diatoms outpopulates the living. Based on this known information diatoms can verify the time of year samples were taken. Different types of diatoms can also determine the properties of a samples ecosystem. For example, the higher ratio of periphytic (type of platonic diatom), the higher the vegetation concentration and shallower the water, but the higher the ratio of scaled chrysophytes a sample means the environment of that organism contains more open water. Forensic scientists can create differentiated markers on environments in the area they are collecting data based on the diatoms population growth rate, which is affected by pollutants in their water sources because the simple tissues of diatoms make them sensitive environmental changes. The reason diatoms are a common tool to match water environments is because of the variability of their populations are predictable and constant, the organisms can be identified by using the light microscope, and their silica cell walls allow for preservation.


Topic of Quiz        :  Diatoms in Forensic Science

Start Date             : 16th October 2020

End Date               :  17th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Munish Kumar Mishra

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science,

Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences (SHUATS), Prayagraj


Quiz Moderator

Ruchika Dwivedi

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Forensic Expert

SIFS INDIA


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Quiz 26 : Voice Analysis | 13th October to 14th October 2020

Experts in forensic voice analyze recordings by examining transmitted and stored speech, enhancing it and decoding it for criminal investigations, court trials, and federal agencies. To utilize audio recordings in court, a forensic phonetician must authenticate the recording to detect tampering, enhance the audio, and interpret the speech. Their first job is to ensure that the speech in the recording being used is comprehensible. Oftentimes, samples have poor sound quality due to environmental factors such as wind or movement. Other times the sound degradation is due to technological issues within the recording device. Any investigative work on speaker identification cannot be done until the recording is of proper quality. Different solutions for poor comprehensibility are done using computer programs that allow the user to filter and eliminate noise. Computer software is also able to convert the speech to spectra and waveforms, which is useful for the forensic phonetician. However, any work done on the recording should be done after a copy of the original recording is made.


Topic of Quiz        :  Voice Analysis

Start Date             :  13th October 2020

End Date               :  14th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Mukesh Sharma

Assistant Director (Physics) 

State Forensic Laboratory, Jaipur

Rajasthan, India


Quiz Moderator

Shivani Chauhan 

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Galgotias University, Greater Noida, UP


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Quiz 25 : Wildlife Forensics | 10th October to 11th October 2020

Wildlife forensics is a relatively new field of criminal investigation. Its goals are to use scientific procedures to examine, identify, and compare evidence from crime scenes, and to link this evidence with a suspect and a victim, which is specifically an animal. Killing wild animals that are protected from hunting by laws, also called poaching, is one of the most serious crimes investigated by wildlife forensic scientists. Other crimes against wildlife include buying and selling protected animals and buying and selling products made from protected animals.


Topic of Quiz        :  Wildlife Forensics

Start Date             :  10th October 2020

End Date               :  11th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

R. Aparna

Assistant Professor 

Department of Forensic Science

JAIN (Deemed-to-be-University), Bengaluru


Quiz Moderator

Amala K Saj

M. Sc. Forensic Science

Raksha Shakti University, Gujarat


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Quiz 24 : Forensic Serology | 07th October to 08th October 2020

Forensic serology is the detection, identification, classification, and study of various bodily fluids such as blood, semen, saliva, urine, breast milk, vomit, fecal matter and perspiration, and their relationship to a crime scene. A forensic serologist may also be involved in DNA analysis and bloodstain pattern analysis. Serology testing begins with presumptive tests which gives the analyst an indication that a specific bodily fluid may be present, but cannot completely confirm its presence. Following the presumptive tests, are the confirmatory tests that confirms what the unknown substance actually is.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Serology

Start Date             :  7th October 2020

End Date               :  8th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Kalpesh B. Solanki

Assistant Professor 

School of Forensic Science & Risk Management 

Rastriya Raksha University, Gujarat, India


Quiz Moderator

Amala K Saj

M. Sc. Forensic Science

Rastriya Raksha University, Gujarat, India


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Quiz 23 : Forensic Toxicology | 04th October to 05th October 2020

Forensic toxicology has developed as a forensic science in recent years and is now widely used to assist in death investigations, in civil and criminal matters involving drug use, in drugs of abuse testing in correctional settings and custodial medicine, in road and workplace safety, in matters involving environmental pollution, as well as in sports doping. Drugs most commonly targeted include amphetamines, benzodiazepines, cannabis, cocaine and the opiates, but can be any other illicit substance or almost any over-the-counter or prescribed drug, as well as poisons available to the community. The discipline requires high level skills in analytical techniques with a solid knowledge of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Toxicology

Start Date             :  04th October 2020

End Date               :  05th October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Sudhanshu Shekher Tiwari

Assistant Professor

School of Forensic Science and Risk Management

Raksha Shakti University, Gujarat, India


Quiz Moderator

Falak Khan

M. Sc. Forensic Science

School of Forensic Science and Risk Management,

Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gandhinagar

Gujarat, India


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Quiz 22 : Forensic Serology and Biology | 01st October to 02nd October 2020

In the forensic community, serology and DNA analyses are closely related. In fact, in many laboratories they are included within the same unit, collectively titled Forensic Biology. In the forensic laboratory, serology analysis refers to the screening of evidence for body fluids while DNA analysis refers to the efforts to individualize body fluids to a specific person. In most cases, body fluid identification is performed on evidentiary items before DNA analysis is attempted. Depending on the qualifications of laboratory personnel, analysts can be trained to perform either serology or DNA analysis or can be trained in both disciplines. While serology procedures have been employed for most of the twentieth century and the techniques have essentially remained unchanged, DNA has emerged in the forensic realm within the last two decades and its applications and technology are continuously developing.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Serology and Biology

Start Date             :  01st October 2020

End Date               :  02nd October 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Chandra Mohan Srivastava

Senior Scientific Assistant

Department of Serology and Biology

Forensic Science Laboratory, Varanasi, UP


Quiz Moderator

Priya Singh

M. Sc. Forensic Science

SHUATS, Prayagraj, UP


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Quiz 21 : Disaster Victim Identification | 28th September to 29th September 2020

Disaster Victim Identification or DVI is the method used to identify victims of mass casualty incidents such as aircraft crashes or the bomb blasts in Bali. The process can be long and involved due the nature of the event and the need to correctly identify the victim.

The risk of mis-identification of an individual can bring into question all identifications and heighten the trauma of what is an already stressful situation.Mass disasters can be natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods or bush fires, or man‐made incidents like transportation (airline, train) accidents, terrorist attacks and war. Mass fatality events with victims from more than one country require international cooperation of local forensic experts and national and international agencies. In most countries that follow Interpol standards, mass fatality response is primarily a police function. Since in most cases forensic medical experts are not part of the police, forensic pathologists and odontologists join the disaster victim identification (DVI) teams as external specialists.


Topic of Quiz        : Disaster Victim Identification

Start Date             :  28th September 2020

End Date               :  29th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Khushali Joshi

Forensic Expert, Representative IEIFcursos Institution,

Brazil


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M.Sc Forensic Science

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science and Criminology,

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi


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Quiz 20 : Forensic Science and Its Diversity | 25th September to 26th September 2020

Forensic science plays an ever-increasing and critical role in the justice system. It operates generally in supporting criminal and civil investigations and/or providing expert opinion and ‘scientific’ information to assist courts in their decisions. Forensic intelligence encompasses and goes beyond assisting in investigations and court decisions. It does this through the interpretation of forensic case data (i.e., marks or traces of various types left behind or made by a person or his/her accessories during the commission of an unlawful act) that contribute to decision making in a variety of ways. When forensic science is integrated in policing contexts, it can operate as a silent witness helping to support strategic decisions, police operations, or crime prevention without involving a court case. For instance, forensic science frequently provides leads to investigators before a person is arrested (e.g., major crime inquiries). It can also assist in a more proactive style of policing (e.g., intelligence-led policing) and to crime analysis functions through the potential to link persons, crimes, and crime scenes.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Science and Its Diversity

Start Date             :  25th September 2020

End Date               :  26th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Afrozulla Khan

Owner of Forensic Science Application 

Nyayik Vigyan


Quiz Crafted by

Amlan Sarkar
Founder Causis Forensibus


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Quiz 19 : Crime Scene Investigation | 22nd September to 23rd September 2020

At a scene, the case investigator and crime scene personnel work together to: define and secure areas that may contain evidence; examine and document the scene; collect physical evidence; and preserve, package and submit the evidence to the laboratory for analysis. With these key pieces of evidence, the investigator can attempt to reconstruct the elements of the crime.

The more thorough the crime scene team is at conducting its job, the more likely it is to accurately determine the facts of the case. The quality of the evidence and the manner in which it is handled will also impact the ability of the attorneys to argue the facts of the case and ultimately the jurors’ ability to come to conclusions regarding guilt or innocence.


Topic of Quiz        :  Crime Scene Investigation

Start Date             :  22nd September 2020

End Date               :  23rd September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Ms. Rashmi Kadu

Assistant Professor

Jain University, Bangalore


Quiz Moderator

Amala K Saj

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gandhinagar, Gujarat


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Quiz 18 : Document Examination | 19th September to 20th September 2020

Document examiners are often called upon to compare typewritten or computer printer-generated documents, analyze inks and papers, determine the age of a document, uncover credit card forgeries and currency fraud, and reconstruct charred or obliterated writing.The forensic document examiner relies on special instruments. Examination of disputed signatures or printing processes requires magnification and lighting. Incandescent light, fiber optic light sources, and transmitted light sources are all useful to the forensic document examiner. 


Topic of Quiz        :  Document Examination

Start Date             :  19th September 2020

End Date               :  20th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Ajay Sharma

Director

State Forensic Science Laboratory,

Rajasthan, Jaipur


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science,

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi


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Quiz 17 : Forensic Physics | 16th September to 17th September 2020

Forensic Physics is one of the hardest fields of forensic science. It deals with a combination of ballistics, bombs, blood splatters, the measurement of density (soil and glass examination), index of refraction, and birefringence (fiber analysis, glass examination).   It is a very technology intensive field of study needing three dimensional graphing computers, electron microscopes, and large computer databases.The application of physics for purposes of civil or criminal law. Forensic science has been dominated by the fields of chemistry (mainly analytical chemistry) and biology (serology and DNA profiling). Indirectly, physics has contributed to forensic science via the invention of the microscope, the electron microscope, the mass spectrometer, and optical spectrometers; but directly, its role in forensic science has been minimal. Forensic physics has traditionally involved the measurement of density (soil and glass examination), index of refraction, ballistics, and birefringence (fiber analysis, glass examination).


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Physics

Start Date             :  16th September 2020

End Date               :  17th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Rajeev Kumar

Associate Professor

Division of Chair (Division of Physical Science),

School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Galgotias University


Quiz Moderator

Neha Sharma

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Department of Anthropology

University of Delhi


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Quiz 16 : Forensic Document Examination | 13th September to 14th September 2020

Forensic Document Examination (FDE) is a forensic science discipline in which expert examiners evaluate documents disputed in the legal system. “Documents” may be defined broadly as being any material bearing marks, signs or symbols intended to convey a message or meaning to someone. Questioned document examinations involve a comparison of the document, or aspects of the document, to a set of known standards (i.e., authentic specimens). The goal of the forensic document examiner is to systematically evaluate the attributes and characteristics of a document in order to reveal how it was prepared or how it may have been modified.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Document Examination

Start Date             :  13th September 2020

End Date               :  14th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mr. Vilas Anil Chavan (UGC-NET, MH-SET and FACT)

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science,

Yashavantrao Chavan Institiute of Science,

Satara, MH, India


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi


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Quiz 15 : T-Point: Tip to Toe of Toxicology | 10th September to 11th September 2020

Toxicology is traditionally defined as "the science of poisons." Over time, our understanding of how various agents can cause harm to humans and other organisms has increased, resulting in a more descriptive definition of toxicology as "the study of the adverse effects of chemical, physical, or biological agents on living organisms and the ecosystem, including the prevention and amelioration of such adverse effects."

These adverse effects can take many forms, ranging from immediate death to subtle changes not appreciated until months or years later. They may occur at various levels within the body, such as an organ, a type of cell, or a specific biochemical. Our understanding of how toxic agents damage the body has progressed along with medical knowledge. We now know that various observable changes in anatomic or bodily functions actually result from previously unrecognized changes in specific biochemicals in the body.


Topic of Quiz        :  T-Point : Tip to Toe of Toxicology

Start Date             :  10th September 2020

End Date               :  11th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Shweta Sharma

Assistant Professor

School of Forensic Science and Risk Management,

Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gandhinagar, Gujarat


Quiz Moderator

Mabel Chandra

M.Sc. Forensic Science

School of Forensic Science and Risk Management,

Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gandhinagar, Gujarat


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Quiz 14 : Questioned Document | 07th September to 08th September 2020

The term "questioned document" refers to any handwriting, typewriting, signature, or mark whose authenticity is in dispute. The types of documents that come under the examiner's purview include wills, contracts, letters, threatening letters, suicide notes, ransom notes, photos, lottery tickets, passports, voter registrations, drivers licenses, checks, tax returns, sales receipts, torn pieces of paper (such as matches torn from a matchbook), photocopies, carbon paper, charred paper, faxes, and the like. Although typically such documents are paper, examiners can be called on to examine any surface on which marks or writing appears, including, for example, walls, blackboards, or rubber stamps.


Topic of Quiz        :  Questioned Documents

Start Date             :  07th September 2020

End Date               :  08th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Arpita Sharma

Former Assistant Professor

Galgotias University,

Content Creator at Forensic Digest and Creator Digest


Quiz Moderator

Lakshika  Vaishnav

M.Sc. Forensic Science

University of Delhi


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Quiz 13 : Forensic Toxicology | 04th September to 05th September 2020

Forensic toxicology is the application of toxicology to the field of law. The discipline continues to flourish as a result of human fascination with poisons, their effects on living organisms, detection in human remains, and role of toxicology in judicial proceedings. Postmortem toxicology, forensic drug testing, and human performance toxicology are the three major subdivisions of the discipline at the present time. Forensic toxicology investigations begin with the fundamental and critical requirement of acquisition of an appropriate specimen. Beyond this, a suitable scientific technique must be applied to analyze the specimen. The forensic toxicologists must be familiar with a wide range of chemical substances and utilize knowledge from other basic science disciplines and cooperation of other professionals to answer questions related to deaths, sicknesses, or any areas where a poison or drug is suspected. Forensic toxicologists are often called upon to testify in court in matters related to their own scientific investigations, or results obtained by other scientists.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Toxicology

Start Date             :  04th September 2020

End Date               :  05th September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Mamta Pal

Former Associate Professor

Department of Forensic Science

School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Galgotias University


Quiz Moderator

Neha Sharma 

M.Sc. Forensic Science

Department of Anthropology,

University of Delhi


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Quiz 12 : Human Anatomy | 01st September to 02nd September 2020

The term human anatomy comprises a consideration of the various structures which make up the human organism. In a restricted sense it deals merely with the parts which form the fully developed individual and which can be rendered evident to the naked eye by various methods of dissection.

Regarded from such a standpoint it may be studied by two methods:

(1) the various structures may be separately considered—systematic anatomy; or

(2) the organs and tissues may be studied in relation to one another—topographical or regional anatomy.

It is, however, of much advantage to add to the facts ascertained by naked-eye dissection those obtained by the use of the microscope.


Topic of Quiz        :  Human Anatomy

Start Date             :  01st September 2020

End Date               :  02nd September 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Preeti Singh

Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology

National P.G College, Lucknow,U.P.


Quiz Moderator

Anmol Gupta 

M.Sc. Anthropology

National P G College Lucknow,U.P.


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Quiz 11 : Forensic Ballistic | 29th August to 30th August 2020

A ballistics expert understands the different marks that firearms leave on bullets when they are fired, including the marks of the rifling on a barrel and other striations on the projectile. They may also perform modeling of the scene to identify where a firearm or explosive was used and perform chemical analysis to identify the weapon that was used. Ballistics experts frequently display graphics, video, or other explanations of the results of their analysis in court. Forensic ballistics experts typically work in crime labs for local governments, state governments, or the federal government, including such organizations as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Other experts offer private consulting services.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Ballistic

Start Date             :  29th August 2020

End Date               :  30th August 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Pragnesh Parmar

Professor and Head

Department of Forensic Medicine

GMERS Medical College, Vadnagar, Gujarat, India


Quiz Moderator

Vaishnavi H Thakre

M. Sc. Forensic Science

RTM Nagpur University


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Quiz 10 : Forensic Medicine | 26th August to 27th August 2020

“if the law has made you Medicolegist (witness), remain a man of science; you have no victim to avenge, no guilty person to convict, and no innocent person to save”.

Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Medicine

Start Date             :  26th August 2020

End Date               :  27th August 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Mayank Kumar Dubey

Senior Forensic/DNA Expert and General Manager

(Ivory Coast DNA/Forensic Laboratory) 


Quiz Moderator

Ruchika Dwivedi 

M. Sc Forensic Science

Forensic Expert SIFS INDIA


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Quiz 9 : Forensic NeuroPsychology | 23th August to 24th August 2020

Forensic Neuropsychology is a new and rapidly evolving subspecialty of clinical neuropsychology that applies neuropsychological principles and practices to matters that pertain to legal decision-making.

Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation involves the application of neuropsychological assessment methods to the evaluation of criminal or civil litigants.

Assessment of collateral sources of information, response bias, malingering, and norm-based psychological testing are essential components of the forensic clinical neuropsychological evaluation.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic NeuroPsychology

Start Date             :  23th August 2020

End Date               :  24th August 2020


Quiz Crafted by


Mebin Wilson Thomas

Assistant Professor

Department of Forensic Science 

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)


Quiz Moderator

Taniya Jaiswal

M. Sc. Forensic Science

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science,

Bundelkhand University (Jhansi) 


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Quiz 8 : Chromatography | 20th August to 21st August 2020

She then Post graduated with M.Sc. Forensic Science degree (with specialization in Forensic chemistry and toxicology) from LNJN NICFS, MHA, Delhi (Batch of 2016-18). During her education, she has actively undertaken trainings in Central and State forensic labs in Delhi. She is “FACT” (Chemical Science) qualified and was shortlisted as a Forensic Professional at CFSL Guwahati during the placements. But for her inclination towards teaching and also having the ‘Bachelor of Education’ degree, she decided to take the lectureship at JAIN. She also has a publication in peer reviewed UGC approved journal. She has major research interest in the field of Forensic Toxicology and Instrumentation.


Topic of Quiz        :  Chromatography

Start Date             :  20th August 2020

End Date               :  21st August 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Akshita Verma

Lecturer

Department of Forensic Science

Jain (deemed-to-be) University, Bangalore


Quiz Moderator

Nimisha Dubey

M. Sc (Forensic Science)

Govt. Holkar Science College, Indore (M.P.)


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Quiz 7 : Physical Evidences | 31st July to 1st August 2020

Physical evidence refers to any item that comes from a nonliving origin, while biological evidence always originates from a living being. The most important kinds of physical evidence are fingerprints, tire marks, footprints, fibers , paint, and building materials . Biological evidence includes bloodstains and DNA .


Topic of Quiz        :  Physical Evidences

Start Date             :  30th July 2020

End Date               :  1st August 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Richa Rohtagi

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Forensic Science

Amity Institute of Forensic Science,

Amity Haryana


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Quiz 6 : Forensic Anthropology | 23rd July to 25th July 2020

Our next challenging and rewarding quiz for the Forensic enthusiasts. This quiz would be based upon Forensic Anthropology. Learn the new things, turn on your smart brains and prepare for something that's going to add in a lot to your knowledge.


Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Anthropology

Start Date             :  23rd July 2020

End Date               :  25th July 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Hansi Bansal

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Forensic Science

Government Institute of Forensic Science, Nagpur


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Quiz 5 : Latent Fingerprint Development | 19th July to 21st July 2020

Now we announce our next challenging and rewarding quiz for the Forensic enthusiasts. This quiz would be based upon Latent Fingerprint Development. Learn the new things, turn on your smart brains and prepare for something that's going to add in a lot to your knowledge.


Topic of Quiz        :  Latent Fingerprint Development

Start Date             :  19th July 2020

End Date               :  21st July 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Neeti Kapoor

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Forensic Science

Government Institute of Forensic Science, Nagpur


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Investigators are frequently faced with the fingerprint detection and their subsequent development tasks. In some cases offenders try to destroy the traces by throwing items, e.g., bottles, firearms, plastics, foils, etc. in water or by exposing the scene and objects to extreme conditions like arson.

Quiz 4 : DNA Fingerprinting | 15th July to 17th July 2020

Now we announce our next challenging and rewarding quiz for the Forensic enthusiasts. This quiz would be based upon DNA Fingerprinting. Learn the new things, turn on your smart brains and prepare for something that's going to add in a lot to your knowledge.


Topic of Quiz        :  DNA Fingerprinting

Start Date             :  15th July 2020

End Date               :  17th July 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Ankit Srivastava

Assistant Professor

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Institute of Forensic Science

& Criminology

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (U.P.)

India-284128


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Quiz 3 : Multimedia Forensics | 11th July to 13th July 2020

Now we announce  another super challenging and rewarding quiz for the Forensic enthusiasts. This quiz would be based upon Multimedia Forensics. Learn the new things, turn on your smart brains and prepare for something that's going to add in a lot to your knowledge.

 
Topic of Quiz        :  Multimedia Forensics

Start Date             :  11th July 2020

End Date               :  13th July 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Surbhi Mathur

Senior Assistant Professor

Institute of Forensic Science

Gujarat Forensic Sciences University,

Gujarat, INDIA


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Quiz 2 : Forensic Nanotechnology | 6th to 8th July 2020

Now we announce a  another super challenging and rewarding quiz for the Forensic enthusiasts. This quiz would be based upon Forensic Science and Nanotechnology. Come on guys, turn on your smart brains and prepare for something that's going to add in a lot to your knowledge.

 
Topic of Quiz        :  Forensic Nanotechnology

Start Date             :  06th July 2020

End Date               :  08th July 2020


Quiz Crafted by

Dr. Ritesh K Shukla

Assistant Professor, Ahmedabad University

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

 

Ashish Badiye

Head & Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Forensic Science,

Govt. Institute of Forensic Science

Nagpur, Maharashtra


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Quiz 1 : History of Indian Forensics | 2nd to 4th July 2020

Many of you have shared your experiences of participation beautifully over social media tagging us. Thanks for sharing we just loved it !!
And yes .. for that ..we've picked up a few best ones. It was really difficult to choose only three.. and thus we decided to give prizes to the best five & would love to announce their names here who've won a "BOOK" !!
 

Winners are

1. Afrozulla Khan Z
2. Kanheri Manohar
3. Ruchika Dwivedi
4. Gyan Raj
5. Bhoomika Bhatnagar


Name of winners have been announced on our Facebook and LinkedIn Page of Sherlock Institute of Forensic Science. The books will  be posted to the winners by courier.

Title        : Introduction to Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation
Author  :  Dr. Rukmani Krishnamurthy 


Topic of Quiz                  :          History of Indian Forensics
Start Date                       :          02nd July 2020
End Date                         :           04th July 2020

Quiz Crafted by   : Dr. Sumit Kr Chaudhary, Phaneendar B N,  Dr. Ranjeet Singh

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Keep following to stay updated for upcoming quizzes and win exciting goodies. 

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