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UGC NET Learning Program | Paper II

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Succeed in your UGC JRF/NET  Exam in  June 2024 

The UGC NET Learning Program is an initiative of  Sherlock Institute of Forensic Science (SIFS India).

The program is specifically designed for UGC NET aspirants to help them gain a competitive advantage over peers and to enhance their chances of success on their initial attempt itself.

The program lectures will be delivered by esteemed faculty members from various universities across India, handpicked by SIFS and all the educators are committed to assisting you in achieving your goal of passing the prestigious UGC NET exam.

The program's content aligns with the UGC NET syllabus, with particular emphasis on the previous 10-years question papers of the UGC NET exams.

So, even if you are a first-time test taker or have previously attempted the exam, this comprehensive guidance will help everyone learn concepts deeply, identify their past mistakes, and correct them effectively.


Program Benefits:

Enrolling in this program offers several benefits to UGC NET aspirants, like:

Top-tier Faculty: All the faculty members are experts in their chosen field and will guide you at every step, making complex subject matter easy to grasp.

Exam Pattern Understanding: With a focus on past-year exam papers and trends, you will have a clear concept of how to prepare for the exam to excel, which will at the same time boost your confidence.

Structured Content: The content is meticulously prepared by subject matter experts and ensures comprehensive coverage of the syllabus.

By enrolling in this program, you will be equipped with the knowledge, strategy, and resources required to clear the UGC NET exam in your upcoming attempt, leading to academic success and professional growth.


Fee

2950 INR (2500 INR + 18% GST)

Scholarship Reward

1. 5000 INR for all registered students who will qualify JRF.

2. 2500 INR for all registered students who will qualify NET.

Student will Receive

Paper IGuidance through required Live Sessions

10 Unit-wise Test (50 Questions Each)

02 Final Exam (50 Questions Each)

Useful Reference Materials
Paper II
40+ Live Lectures by Experts

40 Practice Test (25 Questions Each)

10 Unit-wise Exam (50 Questions Each)

02 Final Exam (100 Questions Each)

Learning through Student Portal

Access to Study Materials

Reference Materials

Live Polls for Better Learning

All Recorded Sessions Access




  • Paper II (Forensic Science)

    Unit – I

    • Forensic Science: Definition, History & Development, Scope, Ethics in Forensic Science
    • Physical Evidence: Nature, Types, Search Methods, Collection, Preservation, Packing & Forwarding of Physical & Trace Evidence for Forensic Analyses, Chain of Custody
    • Crime Scene: Nature, Types, Preservation of Scene of Crime
    • Criminal Investigations: Unnatural Deaths, Criminal Assaults, Sexual Offenses, Poisoning, Vehicular Accidents
    • Courts: Types, Powers, and Jurisdiction, Admissibility of Evidence in Courts, Definition of Experts, Provisions in Cr. P.C.,1973 & Indian Evidence Act relating to experts & their reports; Court Procedures about Expert Testimony & Witness 
    • Organization of Forensic Science Laboratories of Centre and State, NCRB, and NICFS Fundamental Rights: Right of Equality (Articles 14 to 18) and Right of Freedom (Articles 19 to 22) as per the Constitution of India
    • Criminal Profiling: Profile of Victim and Culprit, its Role in Criminal Investigation, Lie Detection (Polygraphy), Narco analysis, Brain Mapping, Scope, and Limitations 
    • Concept of Quality Control Management in Forensic Institutions


    Unit – II

    • Microscopy: Polarizing, Comparison, Stereoscopic, Fluorescent, and Electron Microscopes
    • Spectrophotometry: UV, Visible, IR, Raman, Atomic absorption, Emission Neutron Activation Analysis X – rays and X-ray-based Techniques such as XRD, XRF Mass Spectroscopy
    • Chromatographic Techniques: TLC, GLC, HPLC,HPTLC
    • Hyphenated Techniques: GC-MS, LC-MS, IR-MS, and ICP-MS
    • Electrophoresis: High and Low Voltage Electrophoresis, Immunoelectrophoresis Immunoassays: Principle, Types, Techniques, and Applications


    Unit – III

    • Detection and Identification of Bloodstains
    • Determination of Species of Origin
    • Blood Group Systems
    • Techniques of Determination of Blood groups of Blood Stains
    • Detection of Seminal and other Body Fluids and their Blood
    • Grouping, Red Cells Enzymes, Serum Proteins of forensic significance
    • Disputed Paternity & Maternity
    • DNA: Structure, DNA as a Genetic Marker, DNA Extraction and Profiling Techniques
    • DNA Phenotyping and RNA Profiling & their Applications
    • Wildlife Forensics: Wildlife (Protection) Act,1972, Scope, Evidence and Identification


    Unit – IV

    • Analysis of Ethyl Alcohol in Beverages, Liquors, Biological Fluids, and Breath
    • Analysis of Methanol and Denaturants
    • Illicit Liquors
    • Analysis of Chemicals in Trap Cases
    • Metabolism and Chemical Examination of Insecticides & Pesticides, Tranquillizers & Sedatives, Hypnotics
    • Stimulants, Narcotics, Opiates, Drugs of Abuse; Analyses of above and their Toxicity
    • Plant Poisons
    • Metallic Poisons
    • Extraction, Isolation & Clean-up procedures, Identification of common poisons from Viscera, Tissues, and Body Fluids


    Unit – V

    • Firearms: Types, Classification, Ammunition, and their Compositions
    • Forensic examination of Firearms, Ammunition, Firearms Projectiles (Bullets, Shots, Slug, etc.), Shell Case
    • Gunshot Residues Analysis
    • Concept of Velocity, Penetration, Dispersion, Ricochet, Accidental Discharge, Determination of Range in Firearm Cases
    • Examination of Country made Firearms
    • Basics of Internal, External, and Terminal Ballistics
    • Tool marks: Meaning, Types, and Examination
    • Restoration of Erased Markings on Metal Surfaces


    Unit – VI

    • Fire and Arson: Analyses of Petroleum Products and other incendiary materials
    • Explosives: Definition, Types, and Analyses
    • Bombs: Country-made Bombs, Improvised Explosive Devices ( IEDs ), and their Examination
    • Investigation in Explosion and Arson-related Cases
    • Photography: Types, Application in Criminal Investigation & Forensic Evidence Examination


    Unit – VII

    • Hair & Fibers: Nature, Types, Structure, and Examination
    • Pollens and Diatoms: Their application in Forensic investigation
    • Dust & Soil: Nature, Types, Forensic Examination
    • Paint, Lacquer & Varnishes: Nature, Composition, and Forensic Examination
    • Glass: Composition, Types, Fractures, Examination 
    • Cement, Mortar, and Concrete: General Composition, Forensic Analyses
    • Computer Forensics: Introduction, Types of Computer Crimes, Digital Evidence- Seizure, Acquisition, and Forensic Examination
    • Mobile Phone Forensics


    Unit – VIII

    • Fingerprints: History, Characteristics, Types, Classification, Preservation, Development, Lifting and Comparison, Examination of Chance Prints, Computerization of Fingerprints, AFIS
    • Track Marks: Foot Prints, Shoe Prints, Tire Marks, Their Preservation & Casting, Comparison, Skid marks. Gait pattern
    • Biometric Systems of Identification and their Relevance
    • Voice Analysis: Introduction, Significance, Structure of Human Voice apparatus, Voice Spectrography, Voice Analyses, Legal aspects, and Limitations


    Unit – IX

    • Documents: Definition, Types, Preliminary Examination of Documents
    • Reproduction of Documents through Photographic and Mechanical means and their Examination
    • Examination of Alterations such as Erasures, Obliterations & Additions
    • Indentations, Secret Writings, and Charred Documents
    • Inks, Papers, and their Scientific Examinations with modern methods 
    • Age of Documents
    • Examination of Typescripts, Printed Matter including Currency Notes and Lottery Tickets. Mechanical Impressions
    • Hand writings: Class and Individual Characteristics of Handwritings, Factors affecting Handwritings, Standard Samples for Comparison, Comparison of Hand-written Texts
    • Anonymous and Disguised Writings
    • Identification of Handwriting, Signatures, Detection of Forged Signatures and Forgeries
    • Examination of Credit Cards and Similar materials


    Unit –X

    • Modes & Manner of Deaths, Sexual Offences, and their Medicolegal importance, Amendments in Law related to Sexual Offenses
    • Post-mortem Examination and Post-mortem Changes, Estimation of Time since death
    • Injuries & Wounds: Types, Medicolegal importance, Gunshot Wounds
    • Determination of Species of Origin, Sex, Age, Stature, and Individual Identification through Skeletal Remains
    • Identification through Skull Superimposition and Facial Reconstruction
    • Human Dentition, Type of Teeth, Determination of Age, Bite Marks
    • Forensic Entomology: Introduction, Insects of Forensic Importance, Insects on Carrion, Forensic Applications
  • What steps should I follow to enroll for the UGC NET Learning Program?

    To enroll, click on the “Register for Course” option available on the right side of the screen, followed by the provided instructions and payment procedure.

  • Are there any opportunities for scholarships available in this program?

    Yes, scholarship rewards are available for all the registered students who qualify for NET and JRF.

    5000 INR for all registered students who qualify for JRF.

    2500 INR for all registered students who qualify for NET.

  • Do we get any assistance for Paper I in this program?

    Yes, you will receive basic assistance for Paper I.

  • Who is eligible to enroll in the program?

    Pursuing or postgraduate students of forensic science can enroll in the program.

  • How will I receive confirmation once I have completed the payment procedure?

    Admission Confirmation email will be sent with your portal credentials to your registered email ID once the payment is verified.

  • How do I login to the portal for my program?

    To login, visit the portal at the given link: https://www.sifs.in/student and enter your login credentials, i.e., your username and password shared via email. 

  • What study material access will I have after logging into the portal?

    After logging into the portal, you will have access to reading material, reference eBooks, e-research papers and recordings.

  • Will I receive any mock tests during my course duration?

    Yes, all your 40 practice tests, 10 unit-wise tests and 02 final exams will be assigned to you through your portal. 

  • Will I receive any mock tests during my course duration for Paper I?

    Yes, all your 10 unit-wise tests and 02 final exam for paper I will be assigned to you through your portal. 

  • What technical prerequisites are necessary for this program?

    You can easily access our online course on mobile or tablet devices. We highly recommend that you use your desktop or laptop and a reliable internet connection for a better view.

  • Are there any prerequisites for this program?

    In case of any prerequisites provided by the resource person, we will provide the students with prior information on their WhatsApp group.

  • Are there any live lectures provided in this program?

    Yes, live lectures will be conducted through Zoom.

  • How will I receive the session joining link?

    Enrolled students will receive the session joining link via WhatsApp group.

  • What will be the duration of the lecture?

    The duration of each lecture will be 2 hours.

  • Will I get the recorded lectures?

    Yes, recorded lectures will be provided through your portal.

  • Where to contact in case of any queries or technical support?

    Write to us at sifs.ugcnet@gmail.com, call: +91-1147074263, or WhatsApp: +91-7303913002.

The Angel of Death Case Study

On May 24, 1943, the death camp at Auschwitz, Poland, welcomed a new member. He was Josef Mengele, a 32-year-old doctor who came to be known as The Angel of Death. Later, he became the chief operator of the concentration camp at Auschwitz.

He was a German anthropologist and physician who, since 1937, was associated with the SS, and on the orders of Adolf Hitler, he gained the position of chief doctor in the extermination camps set around Germany. He used to decide the fate of the incoming prisoners. He awarded them either torturous labor or immediate extermination.

As he was in a hurry to advance his medical career, his level of atrocities reached new heights. In lieu of medical treatment, he injected several thousand inmates with substances like petrol, chloroform, etc. to study their chemical effects. He also plucked out the eyes of corpses to study eye pigmentation, along with the dreadful study of twins.

He fled to Latin America by the end of WWII, honestly spent his life as an immigrant, and kept changing his location. His residential details were a mystery, as was his death. In 1979, he died as a result of drowning on a beach in Brazil. He was buried with his name changed to hide his identity.

His corpse was unearthed in 1985. However, due to his decomposition, it was difficult to recognize him. In this case, forensic dentistry came into play, and dental records confirmed his identity.


Ted Bundy Case Study

Ted Bundy is a well-known serial killer. He killed approximately 30 people or more. However, the physical evidence that could prove his crimes was scarce when he was arrested in 1975.

After two years of being convicted for kidnapping, during the time when he was set to face a stand trial for murder in Colorado, he fled to Florida.

In early 1978, he killed three more people there, and he was finally caught in February of the same year. However, this time there was enough physical evidence present that led to his conviction.

Out of all the evidence, the key evidence was a bite mark on the buttocks of victim Lisa Levy. Dental identification confirmed Bundy’s distinctive, crooked, and chipped teeth.

He also got convicted for murdering 12-year-old Kimberly Leach on the basis of fibers found in his van that matched the victim’s clothing. In 1989, Ted Bundy was put to death.


Charles Lindbergh Jr. Kidnapping Case Study

The 20-month-old Charles Lindbergh Jr., the son of a famous aviator, got kidnapped on March 1, 1932. Despite paying the ransom of $50,000, the child never returned, and his body was found a few miles away from his home in May of the same year.

The authorities tracked the movement of bills used during ransom payments, which led them to Bruno Hauptmann. On searching, an amount of over $14,000 was found in his garage.

Despite several claims by Hauptmann that the money belonged to his friend, his handwriting was compared with those on the ransom notes, and handwriting examiners confirmed that both writings belonged to the same person.

Forensic research was carried out on the wood in Hauptmann’s loft with the wood he used to build the make-shift ladder to reach the window of the child’s bedroom.

Hauptmann was convicted and executed in 1936.

Sreekutti S

5

First and Foremost I would like to thank Dr. Ranjeet Singh Sir for providing this opportunity for me to enrol in this program. The curriculum set up by team SIFS India in the program really helped me to prepare for UGC NET/ JRF with much ease. High quality study material and mock tests really helped me build my concepts from ground up and helped me crack this exam. I am so happy for this achievement.

Thank You! Team SIFS India!

Qualified JRF, June 2023

Paheli Sharma

5

SIFS India is such a helpful organisation for forensic aspirants. The sessions provided by them were so helpful for me that i was able to crack the exam with much ease. Throughout the sessions i just practised and improved my mistakes under the guidance of their experiences and knowledgeable faculties. The learning environment was friendly and welcoming. Highly recommended.

Qualified JRF, June  2023

Prashant Singh

5

Cracking an exam like UGC NET or JRF is not easy, but with the continuous guidance from the faculty of the UGC NET Programme by SIFS India and the support of my parents, family, teachers, and friends, it was possible to crack this exam. When you believe in anything with immense hard work, the entire universe vibrates at that frequency. Nothing is impossible. Keep your heads up in the storm and later shine like a Diamond.

Qualified JRF, June  2023

Swati Mishra

5

I would like to thank SIFS India and their amazing faculty that helped me in cracking UGC NET with flying colours. Thank You so much Sir for your esteemed guidance. It wouldn't have been possible without it.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Swati Gupta

5

Thank you SIFS India for helping me in cracking this tough exam and providing me the opportunity to learn from you which helped me build my concepts from ground up. The only thing i would like you to also add in your already amazing curriculum is to provide students with video recordings of your live sessions in case they have missed it due to some reason. Overall it is one of the best programme i have ever came across in my UGC NET/JRF preparation journey.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Shivani Solanki

5

I would like to sincerely thank all the teachers for guiding me in my journey and making me better each and every day in my preparation, without all of you this success dream would not have manifested itself. Thank You so much for this opportunity.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Shantnu Singh Rathore

5

Your classes were very helpful for me to qualify for the UGC NET. I'm aiming for JRF this time and hope your esteemed guidance is with me. Thank you, team SIFS. This wouldn't be possible without you.If possible i would like to request you to please provide access to the study material to previous session students also."

Thank you so much, SIFS India. 

Qualified NET, June 2023

Rupali Upadhyay

5

I would like to offer my sincere gratitude to SIFS India and their amazing UGC NET Faculty for guiding me through the prepration days.Your continuous effort and support really helped me a lot in this journey and i would like to recommend this to everyone who is preparing for the UGC NET/JRF.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Monish Kumar S

5

I am extremely grateful to SIFS India to provide me with this program opportunity that helped me in cracking UGC NET with ease. I made a really good decision in enroling for this program and would like to recommend it to everyone who is aiming for the same.

Thank You! SIFS India!

Qualified NET, June 2023

Manvi Chaudhary

5

Your classes helped me a lot in understanding each and every topic with much more clarity. Thank you so much for your programme. Without your help it wouldn't be possible for me to crack this exam.

Thank You team SIFS India!

Qualified NET, June 2023

Kavita Sahu

5

One of the best thing that i liked about SIFS India's UGC NET Programme is their Live classes. The classes were delivered by all the faculties in a nice way. Study materials and notes provided to us by them were very easy to understand and cleared our concepts. Thank you so much SIFS India for providing us with amazing faculties and resources along with your constant support and guidance.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Jeet Dasgupta

5

First i would like to thank the amazing faculty of the UGC NET Learning Program, because without the guidance and efforts this feat wouldnt be possible.  Their easy to understand study material is on par and is extremely helpful in revisions. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is preparing for UGC NET/JRF.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Ekta Yadav

5

I would like to express my sincere thanks to Team SIFS India. Their continuous guidance and resourcefulness in teaching made me capable to crack this exam. 

Thank You so much SIFS India!

Qualified NET, June 2023

Diksha Kashyap

5

I want to express my sincere gratitude to the whole SIFS team members for their continuous help and efforts which help me a lot to gain knowledge and to solve problems and achieve this success. This program is definitely a game changer for us students who are aiming for UGC NET/JRF. 

Qualified NET, June 2023

Amrita Dey

5

The classes and guidance from the faculties helped me getting a clear understanding of the syllabus and also helped me segregate the important topics from UGC NET/JRF point of view. Thank you so much SIFS India for helping me crack this exam. Much appreciated.

Qualified NET, June 2023

Akash Mrityunjay

5

The efforts of SIFS India such as their on time availability, quick responses, problem solving team, and their faculties are much appreciated. Without their continuous efforts and guidance it won't be possible for us to score high in UGC NET Exam and qualify it with ease. In my opinion, SIFS India's UGC NET Learning Program will grow more in numbers of qualified UGC NET/JRF Students. Video recording for students, Download availability of study contents and flexible Duration of class timings will add up more to the course if applied.

Thank You Sir/Ma'am and SIFS IndiaTeam!

Qualified NET, June 2023

Adarsh Tiwari

5

I am very thankful to SIFS India and their faculty members who guided me for this exam; It wouldn't be possible without their continuous efforts in solving my problems and clearing my concepts. A very special thanks to Dr. Ranjeet Singh Sir for his immense dedication towards forensic science and his students.

Thank you for this program sir!

Qualified NET, June 2023

Manwi Shankar

5

I would like to thank Dr. Ranjeet Sir and the team at SIFS India for coming up with such an amazing programme. The programme has helped me a lot with timely revision and doubt clarification. I would highly recommend this course to someone who is looking for proper revision for their preparation.

Qualified JRF, December 2022 

Soham Choudhary

5

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the SIFS India's team for providing guidance throughout my UGC NET/JRF Preparation journey. It wouldn't be possible to crack this exam without your continuous help and efforts.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Sanchi A Gawali

5

Thank you so much all the faculties that were a part of this learning programme. Thank You for helping me in every way possible in tackling this exam and later qualifying for it..

Qualified NET, December 2022

Puja Ekka

5

Their Live sessions and on the go problem solving experts are the key to crack this exam. Their expert faculties and their way of teaching is one of the best that i came across in my preparation. Thank You SIFS India! Highly recommended.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Pradnya Jitendra Sulke

5

If you want to crack UGC NET/JRF in Forensic Science the only thing you need is to sign up for SIFS India's UGC NET/JRF Learning Program that is curated in such a way that with their guidance and efforts; this exam will be very easy to prepare for and even pass with flying colours. Trust them with your preparation.

Qualified NET, December 2022

Nandini Gupta

5

Thank You team SIFS India in helping me once again to crack UGC NET exam with flying colours. Your classes and easy to understand study materials helped me to build my concepts more clearly from the ground up. I would highly recommend this to everyone who are aiming for the UGC NET/ JRF.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Vineeshma M

5

One of the best thing about this programme is their ability to understand the students problem and their quick responses in solving them and clearing the concepts with the help of good study materials. I am so happy that i signed up for this programme for my preparations. Thank you SIFS India for helping me crack this exam.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Hamsini V

5

Thank you so much SIFS India for your programme and the amazing study material you provided that helped me in this exam a lot. Thank you to the faculties for helping us in every way possible.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Nuti Sivanand

5

One of the wonderful teams striving hard for their students is the Team SIFS India. The eminent resourceful faculties, their mentorship worked all the time for us in our journey. Their finely curated curriculum helped us in every way. I would also like to express my gratitude to esteemed Dr. Ranjeet sir for his guidance and vision that he has for the forensic fraternity.

Qualified NET, December 2022 

Vaishali Sinha

5

This programme helped me a lot in my UGC NET/JRF preparation and because of your amazing team and their guidance i was able to achieve success in this exam. Thank you so much SIFS India for your help. I would like to tell the students who are preparing for UGC NET/ JRF in Forensic Science to choose this programme for their preparation.

Qualified NET, December 2022

Dhanshree Borkar

5

I am immensely grateful to Team SIFS India for their unwavering support and effective teaching, which played a crucial role in helping me succeed in this exam.

Qualified NET, June 2021

Megha Yadav

5

I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude to the faculty of the UGC NET Learning Program. Their guidance and unwavering efforts has helped me alot in making this achievement possible.

Qualified NET, June 2021 

 

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Afreen Tarannum

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