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JOB ORIENTED FORENSIC SCIENCE COURSES

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Our online course instructors are working professionals

handling real-life cases related to various wings of Forensic Science. They are also

called as Expert Witness in the Court of Law in order to give their valuable opinions

on various cases related to Handwriting Identification, Signature Frauds, Questioned

Document Examination, Photocopy Frauds, Cyber crimes, Voice Identification and

so on.

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JOB ORIENTED FORENSIC SCIENCE COURSES

  1. 1. ONLINE FORENSIC COURSES FORENSIC SCIENCE PROGRAMME - 3 Our online course instructors are working professionals handling real-life cases related to various wings of Forensic Science. They are also called as Expert Witness in the Court of Law in order to give their valuable opinions on various cases related to Handwriting Identification, Signature Frauds, Questioned Document Examination, Photocopy Frauds, Cyber crimes, Voice Identification and so on. The only requirement to be enrolled as a student of our online course is to have a strong will power and determination to work hard. After the completion of our online course one can work as a competent Expert in any Indian Court, as per the law stated in section 45 of The Indian Evidence Act. FSP-301- Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. FSP-302- Forensic Accounting. FSP-303- Insurance Fraud Investigation. FSP-304- Crime Scene & Forensic Photography. FSP-305- Forensic Biometrics Analysis.
  2. 2. FSP-301 -FORENSIC MEDICINE & TOXICOLOGY- : COURSE OUTLINE : Forensic Medicine and Toxicology is vast topic which is covered as one of the Forensic Science courses. Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, is basically covered under two sections. First section is comprised of Forensic Medicine, which deals with the techniques applied in medical science for the purpose of law; whereas second section deals completely with the Toxicology, as the name suggests, Toxicology is all about the detection, isolation and the symptoms produced by a particular poison/toxin on a living being.
  3. 3. FSP-302 -FORENSIC ACCOUNTING- : COURSE OUTLINE : Forensic Accounting cases may fall into several categories. For example: * Economic damages calculations, whether suffered through offense or breach of contract; * Post-acquisition disputes such as earn outs or breaches of warranties; * Bankruptcy, indebtedness, and reorganization; * Securities fraud; * Business assessment; * Computer forensics/e-discovery.
  4. 4. FSP-303 INSURANCE FRAUD INVESTIGATION : COURSE OUTLINE : Insurance fraud, may be defined as, act committed with an intent to obtain a fraudulent result from an insurance process. This may occur when a claimant attempts to obtain some benefit to which they are not otherwise entitled, or when an insurer knowingly denies some benefit that is due. According to the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation the most common schemes include: Premium Diversion, Fee Churning, Asset Diversion, and Workers Compensation Fraud. The perpetrators in these schemes can be both insurance company employees and claimants. False insurance claims are insurance claims filed with an intent to deceive an insurance provider.
  5. 5. FSP-304 CRIME SCENE &FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY : COURSE OUTLINE : Crime Scene Photography, also termed as Forensic Photography is a subject of great help in aiding the criminal investigation processes. The main objective of photographing the crime scene is to maintain the reliability of the evidences encountered at a crime scene. Crime scene, being temporary and fragile in nature, needs to be secured and the evidences, along with their actual positions needs to be safeguarded to maintain their authenticity in the court-room. Therefore, photographing, videographying, note-making and proper documentation are a must requirements while processing a scene of crime.
  6. 6. FSP-305 FORENSIC BIOMETRICS ANALYSIS : COURSE OUTLINE : In the subject Forensic Science, Biometrics has been used since ancient times. The first textbook on the subject was written by Sir Francis Galton in 1892. The French policeman Bertillon developed a system of personal identification by bodily/physical measurements. It came to be known as the Bertillon system. From about 1910, the fingerprints became more broadly used, since it was easy to equate and stock in comparison to the Bertillon system where many measurements had to be taken from each body part, with many possible errors.
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