Inception of Forensic Science in Indian School


  • Abhinav Salgunan B.Sc. – Forensic Science Srinivas University, Manglore, India


Inception, Forensic Science, Indian School


The great duo in comic book history that is told to this day is of great BATMAN and ROBIN similarly there is forensic science and law enforcement agencies, well here there is less action and more tension, however, the supporting factor is the same for both cases.

Law enforcement agencies may find slight problems in the path of solving crimes and they need their robin oh sorry Forensic science. It is nothing but the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly—on the criminal side—during criminal investigation, as governed by the legal standards of admissible evidence and criminal procedure. Education is the ultimate solution for almost all existing problems in this universe from nanotechnology to big buildings or giant machines humans have come so far and education remains as a basic body for almost everything and due to this, there are a number of institution which provides in a different way, from different sources but eventually it is for amelioration for human species. Remember what Nelson Mandela aid, he said “The power of education extends beyond the development of skills we need for economic success. It can contribute to nation-building and reconciliation.” hence combining all, this suggests that beating the drum for the introduction of forensic science in schools is imperative.

The topic of discussion will broadly focus on these interrogative words and they are WHY, WHAT, WHEN, and HOW. This is because whenever there is a scope on the arrival of any new thing in any area there will be questions and we all know that these questions start from these words so why not include this in the topic of discussion and move correspondingly to it.


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Author Biography

Abhinav Salgunan, B.Sc. – Forensic Science Srinivas University, Manglore, India

Abhinav Salgunan is like your boy next door, goes to Srinivas College of Medical science, Mangalore, pursuing bachelors in Forensic science, love to hang out with friends, likes to read a book, a movie buff and huge admirer of Korean cinematic mind. Won several essays, screenplay writing, poem recital competition. 


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How to Cite

Salgunan, A. (2020). Inception of Forensic Science in Indian School. Nyayik Vigyan Articles of Forensic Research and Criminal Investigation, 1(1). Retrieved from



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