Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning (CDVL) at University of Hyderabad (UoH) and Truth Labs, Hyderabad are jointly organizing a two-day national workshop on ‘Forensic Examination of Questioned Documents and Disputed Fingerprints’ on 14th and 15th of June 2014, at DST Auditorium on the UoH campus at Gachibowli.


Hon’ble Chief Justice Shri Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta

The workshop was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Justice of High Court of Hyderabad, Shri Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta and presided by Prof. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, Vice Chancellor UoH. In the inaugural address, the Chief Justice shared his experiences on how forensic evidence helps in bringing justice to the crime victims. He also emphasized that all the people, from common man to professionals like lawyers, bankers, insurers and law-enforcing personnel, should have preliminary knowledge about the forensic science, so that it can be effectively utilized in their respective criminal investigation process. He also suggested that Truth Labs and the UoH to take initiatives of imparting training to these professionals. On this occasion, a book entitled PG Diploma in Forensic Science & Criminal Justice was released by the Hon’ble Chief Justice.

In the presidential address the Vice Chancellor said that the two-day workshop gives the distance education students an opportunity to involve themselves with the University by participating in this workshop. He also wished the workshop a very success.