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Wef: 2010 - 2011


FS 202: FORENSIC MEDICINE


Instruction 4 Periods per week

Duration of University Examination 3 Hours

University Examination 100 Marks / 4 Credits



UNIT I


Elements of human anatomy and physiology – The skeletal system – Circulatory system – Digestive system – Respiratory system – Nervous system – Endocrine system – Excretory system – Reproductive system.

UNIT II


Forensic Medicine – Personal identification of living and dead – Postmortem examination (autopsy) – External examination – Internal examination Postmortem changes and their importance in determination of time after death – mechanical injuries – Thermal injuries – Medico legal aspects of injuries.

Forensic pathology – Histopathological and biochemical changes of tissues in various types of deaths – preservation of pathological evidence.


UNIT III


Mediocolegal aspects of death – Causes of death – Examination of decomposed, mutilated and burnt bodies – Exhumation procedure-Deaths from poisoning – Asphyxia – Drowning – Starvation lightning – Electrocution – Accidents


UNIT IV

Sexual offences – Rape – Unnatural sexual offences – Abortion – Infanticide – Medico legal aspects – Linkage with forensic science laboratory – Forensic psychiatry – Classification of mental disorders – Feigned mental illness – Legal aspects and criminal responsibility


The syllabus shall include Seminars and Tutorials on important cases on topics covered in this paper.

Suggested Readings:


1. Pillay, V.V., Handbook of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology , 12th ed., Paras

Publication2001.

2. Modi, J. P., Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology , M.M. Tripathi

Publication, (2001)

3. Parikh, C.K. , Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology

4. Reddy Narayn, . M., Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology

5. James, P.J.: Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Elsevier, 2005


Wef: 2010 - 2011


FS 203: FORENSIC BIOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES


Instruction 4 Periods per week

Duration of University Examination 3 Hours

University Examination 100 Marks / 4 Credits



UNIT-I

Forensic Biology- Introduction- Scope- Various forms of biological evidences like wood, timber varieties, seeds and leaves- Their identification and matching

Forensic Botany- Toxic principles of plants and their forensic significance- Identification of poisonous plants and mushrooms of India

Diatoms- Types- Morphology- Methods of isolation from tissues and bones- Forensic significance in drowning cases- Study and identification of pollen grains- Identification of starch grains, powder, stains of spices- Paper pulp identification- Isolation and identification of microbial organisms.


UNIT II

Forensic Anthropology- History- Scope and development- Role of forensic anthropologist- Collection and preservation of evidences- Human osteology- Determination of age , sex, stature- Determination of personal identity by superimposition technique- video image analysis- Facial reconstruction- Exhumation- Legal provisions and tools involved in it- Pathology of bones and its importance in identification- Identification of burnt bones, skeletal remains in accidents, crimes and mass disaster.

Forensic Odontology: Introduction- Structure and types of teeth- Dentition and dental formula- Dental diseases- Determination of age, sex and race from teeth- Role of teeth in mass disaster – Forensic significance in identification .

UNIT III

Hair Examination Introduction- Structure of hair- Growth and chemistry of hair- Identification and comparison of hair by microscopic- Chemical- Biochemical and instrumental methods- Identification of animal hair- Assessment of age, sex, race and site of hair- Analysis of drugs and elements in hair- Hair diseases- Hair transfer, persistence and recovery- DNA typing of hair.

Fibre Examination- Introduction- Classification of fibres- Identification and comparison of fibres by physical- Chemical – Microscopic- Spectroscopic- Chromatograhpic methods- Persistence and recovery of fibres- Forensic significance

Forensic Entomology: Introduction- Analyzing crime scene for entomological evidence- Collection of climatological data and specimen before body removal- Common arthropod found on the dead body- Determination of time of death- Entomological succession in case of buried, drowned and buried bodies.

UNIT IV

Wild Life Forensics: Introduction- Importance of wild life- Wild life Protection Act- Endangered species- CITES- Census of wildlife population- Wild life crime- Methods of smuggling and poaching of wild life artifacts- Crime scene search- Criminal investigation- Determination of time of death- Sex determination from bones- Identification of teeth, claws, Ivory, Horns, antlers, furs, skin, bite marks, pug marks- Identification of blood, excreta and bones by biochemical and immunological methods.


Microscopy – Basic principles and applications of: Simple and Compound Microscope – Comparison Microscope, Phase Contrast Microscope, Stereo Microscope, Polarizing Microscope, Fluorescent Microscope, Infra red Microscope, Scanning Electron Microscope and Transmission Electron Microscope


The syllabus shall also include Seminars and Tutorials on important cases on topics covered in this paper


Suggested Readings:



  1. Robertson, J., ed: Forensic Examination of Fibres. Chichester, West Sussex, England: Ellis Horwood Ltd., (1992)

  2. Saferstein, Richard: Criminalistics. An Introduction to Forensic Science, 5th ed., Prentice Hall, 1998

  3. Robertson, J: Forensic Examination of Hair. Taylor and Francis. (1999)

  4. Saferstein, R: Handbook of Forensic Science (Vol 1,2,3),

  5. Eckert: An Introduction to Forensic Science

  6. Kirk, P: Criminal Investigation, Interscience, 1953

  7. James, S. H. and Nordby, J. J: Forensic Science: An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques, CRC Press, 2003 & 2005

  8. Siegel, J. A., Sukoo, R. J, and Knupfer, G. C: Encyclopedia of Forensic Science, Vol I, II and III, Academic Press, 2000.

  9. Becker, R. F: Criminal Investigation, Aspen Pub., 2000.

  10. Lee, H: Physical Evidence, Elsevier, 2000

  11. The Wild Life Protection Act, 1972., Universal Law Publishing

  12. Pillay, V.V: Handbook of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 12th ed., Paras Publication2001.

  13. Smith, D.G.V: A Manual of Forensic Entomology and Death: A Procedural Guide, Joyce’s Publications (1990)

  14. Byrd, J.H. & Castner, J, L: Forensic Entomology - The Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigation, CRC Press, (2000)

  15. Biology Methods Manual, Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Laboratory, London, (1978)

  16. Castner James L (Ed.)., Forensic Entomology, CRC Press (2006)

  17. Richard Li, Forensic Biology, CRC Press, 2008

  18. Gunn Allen, Essentials of Forensic Biology; Animals, Plants & Microorganisms in Legal

Investigations, J. Wiley (2006)

19. Coyle H. M. (Ed.), Forensic Botamy – Principles and Applications to Criminal Case

Work, CRC Press (2002)

Wef: 2010 -2011

FS 204: STATISTICS, STANDARDS, QUALITY MANAGEMENT, LABORATORY MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY

Instruction 4 Periods per week


Duration of University Examination 3 Hours
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