MSC sem III & IV Syllabus Final.doc

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI Syllabus for M.Sc. Forensic Science Semester III &IV Program: M.Sc. Course: Forensic Science (Credit Based Semester and Grading System with Effect from the academic year 2013–2014)
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M. Sc. Forensic Science M.Sc.Sem III Class Room Instruction Face to Face 50 Hrs. = 1 Credit Course Code Per Week 15 Week (Per Sem.) Per Sem. (Hrs.) Notinal Hrs. Total Hrs. Credits Total Cred its L (60 min) P(60 min) Lect. Pra. Lect. Pra. Lec t. Pra. Lect. Pra. Lec t. Pra. Theory Code Practical Code PSFS301 PSFS3P1 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS302 PSFS 3P2 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS303 PSFS 3P3 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS304 PSFS 3P4 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFSP305/ PSFSC305/ PSFSB305 PSFSP3P5/ PSFSC3P5/ PSFSB3P5 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFSP306/ PSFSC306/ PSFSB306 PSFSP3P6/ PSFSC3P6/ PSFSB3P6 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 Total 24 24 360 360 360 360 240 240 600 600 12 12 24
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M. Sc. Forensic Science M.Sc.Sem IV Class Room Instruction Face to Face 50 Hrs. = 1 Credit Course Code Per Week 15 Week (Per Sem.) Per Sem. (Hrs.) Notinal Hrs. Total Hrs. Credits Total Cred its L (60 min) P(60 min) Lect. Pra. Lect. Pra. Lec t. Pra. Lect. Pra. Lec t. Pra. Theory Code Practical Code PSFS401 PSFS4P1 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS402 PSFS 4P2 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS403 PSFS 4P3 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFS404 PSFS 4P4 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFSP405/ PSFSC405/ PSFSB405 PSFSP4P5/ PSFSC4P5/ PSFSB4P5 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 PSFSP406/ PSFSC406/ PSFSB406 PSFSP4P6/ PSFSC4P6/ PSFSB4P6 4 4 60 60 60 60 40 40 100 100 2 2 4 Total 24 24 360 360 360 360 240 240 600 600 12 12 24 M. Sc. FORENSIC SCIENCE Semester III – Theory
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PSFS301: Emerging Trends in Forensic Science (Compulsory Subjects) Total Marks 100 Lecture Per Week Credit 4 2 Units with Description No. lectures Unit I : Forensic Engineering I 15 What is forensic engineering; Learning from failures; Basic Fire and explosion investigation; Industrial accidents; Structural failures, product liability engineering; Traffic accident reconstruction; Transportation disaster investigation; Civil engineering investigation; Investigation report; The engineer as an expert witness. Unit II: Forensic Radiology 15
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Introduction; Definitions in forensic radiology; Forensic radiology in historical perspective; scope of forensic radiology; Identification of the dead; Radiological anthropological parameters and applications in forensic dentistry, bite marks, the perpetrator, individual remains and in mass casualty situations; Gunshot wounds and it radiology; Pitfalls in the radiology of gunshot wounds. Radiology in non-violent crimes; Smuggling and larceny; The radiology of fakes and forgery in art; The radiology of abuse, child abuse, spousal abuse, civil rights abuse and abuse of the aged; Research and new modalities and its applications; Use of post-mortem cranial MRI in evaluation of suspected child abuse; Stereo-lithography as a useful tool in forensic radiology; Courts and expert witnessing.
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