Updating itself by introducing sustainable skills and safety in forensic science. 'TATHYAM-2022' National Forensic Science Conference provides a common platform for educators, researchers, scientists, lawyers and police personnel to exchange their knowledge and experiences and to acquaint with advancements in their field. Considering this fact SVIFS announce this National Virtual Conference on 'The Sustainable Innovative Skills and Safety Approaches in Forensic Science.'
Shri Vaishnav Institute of Forensic Science (SVIFS) was established as constituent Institute of SVVV, Indore in 2016 in order to promote excellence in the field of forensic science. The Institute aims at providing practical knowledge along with theoretical aspects in the field. The Institute organizes various activities such as Model making, Moot Court Competition, Forensic Exhibition, Guest Lecture as well as National and International Conference in order to inculcate the overall development of the students. Institute offers UG, PG programs in Forensic Science, Forensic Psychology, Digital and Cyber Forensics. M.A./ M.Sc. in Criminology and PhD in Forensic Science. The Institute promotes Forensic Science through quality research in wide areas of Forensic to accelerate the practice in criminal and civil cases.
Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya (SVVV), a private university in the state of Madhya Pradesh, INDIA, was established in 2015. Although a young university, it belongs to a group of other colleges, schools and educational institutes managed under the benign of leadership of the 138-years old Shri Vaishnav Sahayak Kapda Market Committee. It has over 7,000 students in graduate, post-graduate, vocational and doctoral programs in architecture, engineering, management, social science, science and technology in five campuses and 15 institutional disciplines in Indore, INDIA. In engineering, its active research areas include polymer chemistry, green chemistry, photo biology, forensic science and biology, modern mathematics, plasma research, drug design magneto-biology and e-waste management. In management and humanities, its current research covers branding, workplace, happiness, learned optimism, managerial effectiveness, English Literature, psychology, journalism and mass communication. Electronic devices for braille reading, smart dustbins and magneto-priming seeds will be some of its forthcoming innovations. In engineering, it is exploring new techniques in mechatronics, automobiles and railways. Some of the objectives of the University are as under:
The currently known Indore was established in 810 AD by the King Pal Rajvansh. He built the Indresh Temple. The name of the city has origin in it. Later Indore was known as Malwa. In theyear 1766, Khanderao Holkar ans his wife Ahilyabai Holkar started ruling the Malwa. At that time, Maheshwar was the capital and Indore was the army camp and a small village. To design the evolving hte capital of Holkar's in the early 20th century, Sir Patric A Geddes, a globally acclained urban planner and educationalistm planned the modern Indore. Indore has earned a great reputation in the field of education not only in the Central India but also in India and abroad.
Indore has a large student population and is a big educational centre. Indore hosts both Indian Institute of Management (Established in 1996) and Indian Institute of Technology (Established in 2009). IIT has ranked 12 under engineering category and IIM Indore ranked 6 under management category in the National Institute Ranking Framework. The city has been awarded with the titles of cleanest city of India five times consecutively. It is city which is in proximity with two Jyotirlingas- Baba Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain (51 Km) and Baba Omkareshwar in Mandhata, District Khandwa (72 Km). Another holy place, Maheshwar situated on the banks of river Narmada, has religious and cultural importance. Indore is well connected through road, air and railways to all the major cities of India.
The conference invites students, Research Scholars, academicians, scientists, law, police personnel from Forensic Science and associated areas to submit their unpublished theoretical, empirical and scientific papers focusing on the theme.
"THE SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIVE SKILLS AND SAFETY APPROACHES IN FORENSIC SCIENCE"
All e- posters must be original and should not have been previously accepted anywhere. e-poster should include Title of the paper, names of Authors and affiliations Language-English, File format- .ppt or .pptx, Orientation- Landscape, Font Style- Times New Roman Hyperlink, animated images and animations should be avoided.
|Registration open||November 20, 2022|
|Last date for abstract submission||December 10, 2022|
|Last date for camera ready paper and e-poster submission||December 10, 2022|
Registration and accomodation fee can be transferred/ deposited online to the account as per the following details [NEFT/RTGS].
Name of Bank-HDFC Bank Ltd., A/c No. 50100256398597,
Branch-Cloth Market, Indore (M.P.), CMS Code: SH97VSHVVD,
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Note: (1) Write 'TATHYAM-2022' in transaction remark/detail. (2) The fee is nonrefundable/ nontransferable.
|Student & Research Scholar||INDIAN (INR) 100 FOREIGN (USD) 5|
|Academicians, Industrialist and others||INDIAN (INR) 200 FOREIGN (USD) 10|