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Name Dr. Vineeta Saini
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification Ph.D.
Total Years of Work Experience 7 Years
Total Teaching Experience 7 Years
Total Corporate Experience NIL
Email ID [email protected]
Teaching Interests Forensic Anthropology, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Quality management, Crime Scene Investigation, DNA Fingerprinting
Research Interests Forensic Anthropology, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Child Abuse in Society
Recent Publications https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=QiYZO0YAAAAJ&hl=en

1. Saini V, Srivastava R, Shamal SN, Singh TB, Kumar V, Kumar P, Tripathi SK. Sexual dimorphism in cranial base of two temporally different sample of North India. Int J Legal Med. 2014;128(4):699-707.

2. Mehta M, Saini V, Nath S, Patel MN, Menon SK. CT scan images to determine the origin from craniofacial indices forGujarati  J Forensic Radiol Imaging. 2014;2(2);64-71.

3. Saini V. Significance of temporal changes on sexual dimorphism of cranial measurements of Indian population. Forensic Sci Int. Jul 2014;242;300e1-300e8.

4. Mehta M, Saini V, Nath S, Menon SK. CT scan images for sex discrimination – a preliminary study on Gujarati population. J Forensic Radiol Imaging. Jan 2015;3(1):43-48. Kaur S, Saini V. Secular changes on stature reconstruction from hand and foot dimensions among Sikhs of Delhi. J Forensic Res 2016;7:321.

5. Saini R and Saini V. Sexual dimorphism of North Indian crania and its forensic application. J For Med Leg Aff. 2016;1(2): 108.

6. Saini V. Scrutiny of four conventional visual traits of mandible for sex estimation in Indian population. Austin J Forensic Sci Criminol. 2017; 4(4): 1070.

7. Saini V, Mehta M, Saini R, Shamal SN, Singh TB, Tripathi SK. Is north Indian population changing it craniofacial form? A study of secular trends in craniometric indices and its relation to sex and ancestry. Forensic Sci Crimino, 2017; 2(2): 1-14

8. Saxena G, Saini V. Psychological Autopsy – A way to revealing the enigma of equivocal death. Int J Forensic Sci. 2017;2(2).

9. Kaur S, Saini V, Lamba M. Identification of severely decomposed body by Dental DNA STR analysis: A case report. Arab J Forensic Sci Med. 2018; https://journals.nauss.edu.sa/index.php/AJFSFM/issue/view/54

10. Mehta M, Saini V, Menon SK, Patel MN. Applicability and reliability of foramen magnum for sex determination in contemporary Gujarati population: A computed tomographic study. J Forensic Radiol Imaging. 2019;17:31-35.

11. Saini V. Secular trends in cranial chord variables: A study of changes in sexual dimorphism of North Indian population during 1954–2011. Ann Hum Bio. 2019; 46(6). 519-26.

Conferences, Seminars & Workshops
1.  Paper presented on “Metric determination of sex from mandible” at the International Conference of South Asian Congress of Forensic Medicine, Forensic Science and Toxicology (SAFCON-2008) organised by Amity University campus, Noida, Uttar Pradesh on 9– 12 October 2008.

2.  Paper presented on “Occipitalization of Atlus: Its occurrence and embryological basis” at the 56th National Conference of the Anatomical society of India (NATCON ASI – 2008) organised by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh, India on 27 – 29 December 2008.

3.       Paper presented on “Sex Identification from mandible” at the 56th National Conference of the Anatomical society of India (NATCON ASI – 2008) organised by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh on 27– 29 December 2008.

4.  Paper presented on “Sexual dimorphism in mandibular ramus” at the 30th National Conference of the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (Forensic Medicon – 2009) at Nagpur, Maharashtra on 23- 26 February 2009.

5.   Paper presented “Sexual dimorphism in orbital and nasal region of skull: A preliminary study from north India” at the 31st National Conference of the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (Forensic Medicon – 2010) at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh on 6-8 February 2010.

6.   Paper presented “Sex determination in fragmentary crania using mastoid process measurements: A preliminary study form North India” at the International symposium on emerging trends in forensic science organised by PUP, Punjab, India on 22– 24 February 2010.

7.   Paper presented paper entitled “Is mandibular ramus flexure a dimorphic trait?” at the annual conference of UP-ASICON-2010 organised by the Department of Anatomy, IMS, BHU, Varanasi, India.

8.   Paper presented on “Dimorphism in cranial base and its anatomical aspect” at the annual conference of UP-ASICON-2010 organised by the Department of Anatomy, IMS, BHU, Varanasi, India.

9.   Paper presented “Identification of sex and population affinity from cranial measurements” at the 32nd National Conference of the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (Forensic Medicon – 2011) at Nellore, Andhra Pradesh on 28–30 January 2011.

10.  Paper presented paper entitled “Does secular changes really affect the sexing accuracy? A study on North Indian population using chord measurements.” at the 24th All India forensic Science Conference (AIFSC-2018) at Ahmedabad, Gujrat on 10–12 February 2018.

11.  Paper presented paper entitled “The role of sample size in anthropometry: A study on forensic skeletal remains.” at the National forensic Science Conference organised by Amity University, Manesar, Gurgaon on 18–19 October 2019.

ADMISSIONS 2020