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Name Dr. Rajinder Singh
Designation Professor and Head, Department of Forensic Science
Qualification M.Sc., Ph.D
Total Years of Work Experience 34 Years
Total Teaching Experience 04 Years
Total Corporate Experience 30 Years
Email ID [email protected]
Teching Interests All Discipline in Forensic Science
Research Interests Voice analysis, Questioned Document, Fingerprint analysis
Recent Publications
1. Rajinder Singh, S.R.Singh, V.N.Sehgal and K.K. NagpalThe Spatial Distribution of Uranium in Individual Human Hair and animals by Particle Track Analysis (PTA) Method.

2. Forensic Science- as in what is ,” Proceedings of the First International  Conference on Forensic Science, Dec. 12-16, 1985, Madras, India-page 297- 303.

3. V Singh, S.R. Singh, Rajinder Singh, N. Batra and V.N.Sehgal.“BootPolish Comparison using Infra-Red and Flourescence Spectrophotometry” Jr. Police Res. Dev. Qr.1(1985) 20-32.

4. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh, V.N.Sehgal and K.K. Nagpal. “Forensic Characterisation of multilayered paint flakes by non-destructive photoacoustic spectrophotometry. Journal of Police Research & Development, Quarter IV, 5 (1985)

5. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Short Notes on Photoacoustic Studies of some commercial rubberised cloth”. Journal, Forensic Science Society of India 2,7 (1986)

6. Rajinder Singh, S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal “Photo acoustic absorption studies of Indian writing inks on documents and their forensic evaluation”. Jr. Police Res. Dev., Quarter II, 24 ( 1986).

7. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Forensic analysis of fibres by near infra-Red photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS)”. Indian Journal of forensic Science , 1,7 (1987).

8. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Identification of natural and synthetic fibres by photoacoustic spectroscopy innearinfra red region”. Forensic Science International, 31-36 (1988).

9. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Photoacoustic Spectrophotometry-A new non-destructive technique for comparison and identification of crime exhibits. CBI Bulletin XXII No.6 , 6 (1988).

10. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Identification of paints pigments in paint flakes using Photoacoustic spectrophotometry and their Forensic Characterisation”. Indian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2, 51 (1988).

11. Rajinder Singh,S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Voice Spectrograph as an aid in crime investigation” Frontiers of Forensic, Proceeding of Third Indo Pacific Congress on Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Sep. 8-12, 1989, Chennai , page 74 to 78.

12. Rajinder Singh, Kumar M.R., S.R. Singh and V.N. Sehgal. “Forensic analysis of lipsticks smears by non-destructive photoacoustic spectrophotometry”. Journal of Police Research and Development. Qr.III, 1994 ,  page 21-32.

13. C.P Singh, S.R. Singh and Rajinder Singh. “Voice Spectrography studies of disguise in Hindi of Kashmiri speakers and following vovels” CBI Bulletin Vol. V, No.3, March, 1997.

14. Dr.Rajinder Singh. “Reconstruction of accidental, suicidial and homicidal fall by dummy experiment) Criminal Intelligence Digest, CBI, Vol., No.1, No.2, July, 1999.

15. Rajinder Singh. “Determination of vehicle’s speed at the time of collision in hit- and-run accident cases (BMW Case)”.Forensic Science and Technology News Digest, CBI, Vol.1, No.1, October, 1999, Pg 7.

16. Rajinder Singh. “Speaker Identification by Sound Spectrograph” Forensic Science and Technology News Digest, CBI, Vol.II, No.1, January, 2000, Pg 3.

17. Rajinder Singh. “Reconstruction of scene of incident to ascertain the sequence of event” Forensic Science and Technology News Digest, CBI, Vol.II, No.3, July, 2000, Pg 4.

18. Rajinder Singh. “Forensic Examination of a Disturbed Crime Scene of a Kidnapping-cum-murder case” Forensic Science and Technology News Digest, CBI, Vol.II, No.1-4, October 2001, Pg 7.

19. Rajinder Singh, Dr. S.R.Singh,“Determination of Direction and Location of Missile Launcher by Examining the site of explosion”. Forensic Science and Technology New Digest, Vol.IV, Nos. 1-3, Jan-July, 2002, Pg.1

20. Rajinder Singh & Dr. S.R.Singh. “Voice Spectrogram-A High-Tech Tool for Speaker’s Identification in Crime Investigation”. CBI Bulletin, Vol.X, No. 5-May, 2002 Pg 15-23.

21. Rajinder Singh & Ravinder Chauhan. “Suicide or Homicide: A Case Study” CBI Bulletin, Vol.XVII Nos 10-12 October-December, 2009 Pg 45-47.

22. Gupta S., Handa, D.R., Dr. Rajinder Singh and Kumar K. “Forensic Identification of Rs.1000- Awareness for Genuineness”. CBI Bulletin, July-Sept., 2011. Pg. 9-17.

23. Gupta S. Gupta K, Handa D.R., Dr. Rajinder Singh & Kumar K. “Decipherment of Indian Currency – A Forensic Approach for a Layman” Indian Police Journal, BPR & D, New Delhi, 2012.

24. Gupta, S. Gupta, K. Handa, D.R.& Dr. Rajinder Singh.“Currency Notes – Forensic Examination of Rs.1000”.CBI Bulletin.

Conferences, Seminars & Workshops
1. Rajinder Singh, S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Forensic Characterisation of some writing inks by non-destructive Photacoustic techniques”. Presented in national seminar on science and technology in aid of criminal investigation Trivandrum, IV, 5 (1986).

2. S.R. Singh, Rajinder Singh and Neelam Arora. “Comparison of various analytical techniques for inter se comparison of polythene sheets in forensic investigations”. Presented in Fourth Indo-Pacific Congress on Legal Medicine and forensic Sciences, November 2-7, 1992 at Bangkok.

3. Rajinder Singh, S.R.Singh and V.N. Sehgal. “Crime Scene Investigation Techniques”. Presented in 2nd Forensic Experts Conference on Trace Evidence at Crime Scene, January 6 to 8, 1996 at DUBAI, UAE.

4. Rajinder Singh,  Kumar M.R., Dr. S.R.Singh and V.N.Sehgal. “Utility and reliability of voice spectrography in crime investigation”. Presented in Scientific meeting of IAFC, 3-4 Oct., 1996 at NICFS, New Delhi.

5. Workshop on “Quality Control, Quality Assurance and Accreditation” organised by CFSL Hyderabad on 21- 23 Oct. 1997.

6. D.K.Tanwar, S.R.Singh and Rajinder Singh. “Auditory and Voicegram Analysis of Recorded Voice Samples in Criminal Investigation”. Presented in Indian Science Congress Session, organised by PUSA Institute, New Delhi on 3-6 January, 2001.

7. Rajinder Singh, S.R.Singh and Amitosh Kumar. “Activation of Radio-controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) by F.M.” Presented in International Symposium on Forensic Science organised by Punjabi   University, Patiala on 14-17 February, 2002.

8. Rajinder Singh and S.R.Singh, “Preparation of Human Dummy and Re-construction of scene of crime in Accidental, Suicidal or Homicidal cases” Presented in the 14th All India Forensic Science Conference held at Mumbai from 6-8 January, 2003.

9. Rajinder Singh and S.R.Singh, “Re-construction and Forensic Examination of Vehicles Involved in Hit- and-Run cases” Presented in the 14th All India Forensic Science Conference held at Mumbai from 6-8 January, 2003

10. Rajinder Singh and S.R.Singh, “Documentation of Auditory Analysis of Recorded Voice in Criminal Investigation”. Presented in the 15th All India Forensic Science Conference held at Madhuban (Karnal) Haryana from 18-20 January, 2004.

11. Rajinder Singh  S.L.Mukhi and S.R.Singh. “Identification of Stapler from staple pins using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) presented in the 16th all India forensic Science Conference  held at Hyderabad in the month of December, 2004.

12. International workshop on “Recent Advances in Biometric System” held at IIT Kanpur from April 15-16, 2005.

13. Rajinder Singh. “Forensic Investigation of Escalator Tragedy at Indra Gandhi Airport, New Delhi. Presented in 17th Meeting of The International Association of Forensic Scientists held from 21-26th August, 2005 at Hong Kong in China.

14. Rajinder Singh. “Forensic Investigation of a devastating Fire Tragedy in Uphaar Cinema Hall, New Delhi” presented in17th Meeting of The International Association of Forensic Scientists held from 21-26th August, 2005 at Hong Kong in China

15. Rajinder Singh. “Re-construction of scene of crime in a suicide Case” Presented in the XVIII All India Forensic Science Conference held at Kolkatta from November 16-18, 2007.

16. Attended XIX All India Forensic Science Conference held at Raipur in 2008.

17. Rajinder Singh. “Site inspection and reconstruction of scene of crime in a suicide case falling from a height – A case report” Presented in XIX All India Forensic Science Conference held at Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat from 18-20 January, 2009.

18. Rajinder Singh. “Suicide by Fire Arm – Forensic Finding – A case Report” Presented in XIX All India Forensic Science Conference held at Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat from 18-20 January, 2009.

19. Attended XXI All India Forensic Science Conference at Aurangabad in 2010 and Session the Chair on the topic “Crime Scene Examination”.

20. Attended INTERPOL Conference on ‘Nuclear Radiation’ at Lyon, France on 18 -19 May, 2011.

21. Gupta S., Gupta K, Handa D.R., Dr. Rajinder Singh, “It is genuine ?or it is a fake, Indian Currency Challenge for a Layman, presented  in 22nd All  Indian Forensic Science Conference to be held at Srinagar from 28-28, June 2012.

22. Rajinder Singh, Vinu T. Abraham and Sunil Kumar. “Re-construction of scene of crime in a moving train to ascertain the nature of death using life size human dummy – a case study” presented in 22nd All Indian Forensic Science Conference to be held at Srinagar from 28-28, June 2012.

 

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