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Uttar Pradesh to Have its Own Forensics and Police University Soon

Published: | August 12, 2019
UP's First Police and Forensics University

Uttar Pradesh is soon to come up with a Forensics and Police University. The university will be the first one of its kind in the state and fourth such university in the country. 

With the budget of Rs 350 crore, the state of Uttar Pradesh is going to have its own Forensics and Police University soon. Uttar Pradesh’s DGP (Director General of Police), OP Singh presented a proposal to establish the university before Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The object to set the university of its kind is to produce efficient and talented forensic experts who can be helpful to any public sector organisation and the police department of the state as well, says an official.

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As per the proposal presented by the UP DGP, OP Singh, the university will be established at 15 acres of land. The project is estimated to be budgeted at INR 350 crore. The presentation also included details about the layout of the university, courses to be offered at the initial stage, breakdown of the budget, university campus and the required posts for the relevant purpose. According to Mr Singh, the presentation included the following points:

  • The layout of the university was on the lines similar to that of Gujarat Forensic Science University.

  • The departments in the university will include Firearms and Explosives, Physics, DNA, Cybercrime, Poison, Chemistry, Behavioural Science and Zoology.

  • The layout designed for the university had an allusion to generating about 55 posts for approximately 496 personnel and officials. It also includes the posts of the registrar, deans, vice-chancellor, controller and the teaching faculty.

  • Initially, the university will be offering two courses that include a full-time two years long MSc degree in Forensic Science and another full-time one-year-long in Forensic Science.

  • Candidates who have scored a minimum of 55% marks at graduation level in a relevant field will be eligible for the admission to these courses.

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In the long run, the university will be very helpful in strengthening the criminal justice system by creating forensic experts which are required for advance police investigations. Not only this, the experts from the university may surface up as think tanks by suggesting various aspects of crime and policy. The university graduates may also help other independent organisations thrive with their skills and knowledge that is apt for the field.

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