Forensic Medicine and Toxicology:

 

Introduction to Forensic Medicine and Basic concepts, Types and classification of injuries, anti-mortem and post-mortem injuries, aging of injuries, artificial injuries, Introduction to Forensic Toxicology, Role of the toxicologist, significance of toxicological findings, poisons, definition, classification on the basis of their origin, physiological action and chemical nature, poisons and poisoning, Introduction to Medical Jurisprudence and legal procedure, Law and Medicine, Law in relation to the Medical Profession, practice of Legal Medicine, Introduction to Autopsy, collection and preservation of viscera for analysis, postmortem report, Introduction to death, Causes of death, determination of time since death, medico legal aspects of death investigation, types of deaths, Personal Identification, Abortion, Examination of the woman, Examination of the aborted material, developmental stages of a foetus, Infanticides, General study and Isolation techniques of toxins, drugs, Volatile poisons, vegetable poisons, Expert Opinion and Report Writing.

 

Distance and Online Learning:

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Education Qualification and eligibility required: There are no fixed pre-requisites or eligibility criteria but student should be completed minimum High School / Junior College / SSC / 10+ / Certification or Diploma Level Education with minimum age of 16 years.

 

This course is self-paced, however, all course requirements and examination must be completed within six months from the enrollment.

 

Upon completion of course content requirements, examinations and evaluation completion, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion.

 

 

 

 
 

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