Forensic Lab I (Biological and Chemical)
This laboratory is intended to make students capable of investigating and reconstructing the crime scene as well as analyzing various evidence found at the scene. The goal of the laboratory is to make students understand various aspects of crime scene investigation along with analytical testing of various evidence related to forensic chemistry, toxicology, biology, serology, and anthropology. Practical related to forensic chemistry comprise testing of fire-related evidence, petroleum products and adulteration in various food and other articles. On the other hand, practical related forensic toxicology comprises testing of alcohol, several drugs, and poisons in the sample/evidence. Furthermore, practical related to forensic biology, serology, and anthropology deals with the analysis of various body fluids, hair, and bones. The laboratory is well equipped with microscopes, examination kits and chemicals for the hands-on practice of the students. This laboratory also teaches students to work efficiently with a trace amount of evidence, which is an important aspect of forensic analysis of evidence.
Forensic Lab II (Physical)
This laboratory is intended to make students capable of analyzing various evidence related to questioned documents and handwriting, fingerprints, forensic ballistics, digital forensics, and crime scene photography. The goal of the laboratory is to make students understand various aspects of questioned document analysis, handwriting analysis and fingerprint analysis including analysis of printed documents, photocopied documents, ink, ridge counting, latent fingerprint development and many more. The students also learn about various firearms, ammunition and their examination. This laboratory also teaches students to work efficiently with cameras and train them for crime scene photography. The laboratory is sufficiently equipped with kits and chemicals for the examination of different evidence.