As a part of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Post Department of Criminology and Forensic Science, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, Mangaluru and the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Yenepoya University (deemed to be), Deralakatte, Mangaluru, a week long PG Student Exchange Programme was organized for first year MSc Students of our college on the course “Forensic Medicine and Toxicology”, held from 4th April 2022 to 9th April 2022 at 9.30AM to 1.00PM.

On the first day our students were taken to Forensic Medicine Museum maintained by the Department of Forensic Medicine, Yenepoya Univerity followed by a session on Forensic Anthropology taken by Dr. Muhammad Nasir Ahmed, Asst. Professor of the dept. Further, another session on Forensic Entomology was conducted by Dr. Leena Pramod, Asst. Professor and Course Coordinator of the department. Dr. Saritha D’Souza, Asst. Professor and Head, Ms. Bindiya T. Asst. Professor, Post Graduate Department of Criminology and Forensic Science were present on this occasion.








Second day, Dr. Muhammad Nasir Ahmed continued the session on Forensic Anthropology, detailing on the aspects of Identification of Sex and Age through human skeletal remains with practical demonstration. Thirday, Dr. Leena Pramod and Dr. Rohit K had taken the session on Diatoms and Thanatology respectively. Students had an opportunity to visit Ethical Department at the Same Campus. Dr. Vina Vaswani, Professor and Director of Ethical Department interacted with our students.
Fourth day, a video of Autopsy on unnatural death cases was viewed to the students and interactions were held on the same. Further a session on Ethical aspects of Forensic Medicine was taken up by Dr. Venkatakrishna Shenoy, Asst. Professor of the Dept. On the fifth day, Dr. Rohit K, Asst. Professor and Dr. Kishore Kumar K. Professor and Head of the Dept. had taken the sessions on Asphyxia and Injuries respectively.

On the sixth day students were taken to the Forensic Medicine Museum to demonstrate and exhibit the various Toxic Substances. Dr. Hashim A, Tutor, had taken the session by giving a detailed information on the concepts of Toxicology. At the end, there was a common interaction session held in order to answer the queries put fourth by students on a week-long sessions held in the field of Forensic Medicine. Ms. Likhitha, Student Representative delivered the vote of thanks. Mr. Joel Joseph, Assistant Professor, Post Graduate Department of Criminology and Forensic Science, handed over a Memento as a Token of Gratitude to the Department of Forensic Medicine, Yenepoya University (deemed to be), Deralakatte, Mangalurur. Altogether, 25 students, three faculties of our college, six faculties, two tutors and four non-teaching staff were the part of this programme.

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