Forensis Bureau Report (10th -15th July 2017)
The staff and second year students of the department were back to the institute re-energized and restored from holidays on July 10, 2017. Special prayer service was offered to begin the academic year with enormous blessings from THE ALMIGHTY.

It was an instant of delight for the final year students and staff of the department to welcome first year students on July 11, 2017. Orientation session was conducted for both first and second year students by the faculty members. The session was noticeable with more than a few opportunities for the students to enrich their knowledge, involvement, understanding and experience in the field of Criminology and Forensic Science. Also, the president, secretary and members of the “Forensis Forum” were elected for the academic year 2017-2018.


The second year students had organised an interaction sessionalong with fun games for first year students on July 12, 2017 and it was a juncture for students to know each other as there would be instances where students could plan for some collaborative programs representing the department as well as the institute. The president, secretary and members of the forum conducted the session successfully. Later, the faculty members had planned for a skit on topics related to Criminology and Forensic Science such as Drug Abuse, DNA Profiling, Dactylography and Domestic Violence. The students availed the opportunities, contributed and participated, which in turn helped them to enhance their capability, knowledge and skills.

Bridge course – a beginners’ programme on Criminology and Forensic Science was conducted by the faculty members on July 13, 2017 for first year students which facilitated them to comprehend the commonly used vocabulary of Criminology and Forensic Science.


The first year students attended the Grid programme or the Group Dynamics session structured by Dr. Rameela Shekhar, Dean, Post Graduate Department of Social Work on July 14th – 15th, 2017. The programme included warm-up sessions also called as energisers, interaction sessions with social work and counselling students, demonstrations on few relaxation techniques, a session on team work, several presentations on GRID programme and its motto, goals etc. followed by feedback session.


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