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The collaboration promotes joint research programs, exchange of knowledge sources, research materials, publications, scientific equipment and a co-supervision facility for scientists and research students.

Delhi’s Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) and National Forensic Science University (NFSU), Gandhinagar in Gujarat have signed a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote educational and forensic investigation activities while establishing a framework for program exchange and cooperation in areas creating forensics for the needs of the criminal justice system.

The main areas of the MoU include joint research programs, joint conferences/seminars/workshops/training/symposia, education exchange, training, knowledge resources, research, exchange of research materials, publications, library, scientific equipment, software and guidance and co-supervision facility for scientists and research students, as stated in the release.

“The MoU provides for exchanges and visits of academic and academic staff, and research in areas of academic and scientific interest. The MoU will support well-integrated collaborative forensic research through the development of specific projects and programs,” said Deepa Verma, director of FSL.

According to Vice Chancellor of NFSU JM Vyas, “The MoU creates a mutual benefit for both organizations. This close collaboration would be of great benefit to the student community to enhance their skills and knowledge to play a key role in technological up-grading, innovation and competitiveness in forensic science.”

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