J&K FSL signs MoU with NFSU to promote research, training activities

 Initiative will transform Laboratory into ‘Centre of Excellence’: Dr Vyas

Srinagar, May 30(KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Forensic Science Laboratory today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU), Gandhinagar, to promote research and training activities in the region.


The MoU was signed by Director, FSL, J&K, Mohammed Shahid Saleem and Executive Registrar, NFSU, C D Jadeja.


Director, FSL, J&K, Mohammed Shahid Saleem, and Additional Secretary, Home Department, J&K, Qazi Irfan also appreciated the way NFSU has progressed and expanded in achieving expertise in various branches of Forensic Science and allied subjects under the visionary leadership of Vice-Chancellor (VC), NFSU, Dr. J M Vyas.


Dr. Vyas said that the MoU has been signed with the purpose to stimulate and facilitate advancement of collaborative and mutually beneficial academic activities which serve to enhance the institutional development for both parties and engaging with each other in the pursuit to transform FSL into ‘centre of excellence’ in all fields of Forensic Science.Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp Channel


Campus Director, NFSU-Gandhinagar Campus, Professor S O Junare, welcomed the dignitaries.


Air Commodore, K R Thakaar, Dean School of Police Science and Security Studies, NFSU, briefed about various activities of National Forensic Sciences University and its capabilities including academic, training, research and development, and consultancy.


Director FSL and Additional Secretary, Home Department, Irfan also visited the Centre of Excellences and Laboratories of Cyber Security, Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, Investigative and Forensic Psychology, Ballistics Research Centre and Testing Range etc.


Professor S O Junare, Campus Director-NFSU-Gandhinagar; C D Jadeja, Executive Registrar, NFSU, Professor Purvi Pokhariyal, Campus Director-NFSU-Delhi, Air Commodore, Kedar Thakaar, Dean, School of Police Science and Security Studies, NFSU, Professor, Satish Kumar, Dean, School of Forensic Science, and other officers were also present during the signing of MoU.(KNS)

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