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02 Nov, 2023

School of Law Students Enhance Knowledge at Punjab Police Academy

School: School of Law

School of Law, CT University visit to Punjab Police Academy in Phillaur. The visit was aimed at providing them with practical insights into the field of forensic science.

The Punjab Police Academy houses three vital divisions: the Forensic Science Lab, Fingerprint Bureau Cell, and Cyber Forensic Training Cell. During the visit, students had the chance to witness various activities in these divisions, gaining firsthand knowledge of forensic science operations.

The laboratories primarily focus on the examination of equipment and specimens received from investigating officers, with a special emphasis on the chain of custody. Students were shown how to verify chain of custody details and assess the preservation of viscera packages. They were also introduced to the extraction and identification of poisons, as well as various microscopic methods used in biological and serological testing of samples.

What made this visit exceptional was the informal interaction with the academy's scientists, providing invaluable real-world experiences and insights.

Assistant Professor of Law, Ms. Cheena Abrol, and Ms. Daljinder Kaur played key roles in facilitating this educational opportunity.

Dr. Simran Gill, Principal of the School of Law, CT University, emphasized the significance of providing students with practical insights and real-world experiences.

Harpreet Singh, Vice-Chairman, CT University, commended the faculty's efforts in providing this exposure, emphasizing the importance of bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application to make students industry-ready.

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