Summer Training



1 Certificate Course in Questioned Documents & Handwriting Examination
2 Certificate Course in Fingerprint Identification
3 Certificate Course in Crime Scene Investigation & Management
4 Certificate Course in Digital & Cyber Forensic

Eligibility: Any Graduate.

Details of Course Fees are as follows

No Course Name Fees
1. Certificate Course in Questioned Documents & Handwriting Examination 10,000
2. Certificate Course in Fingerprint Identification 10,000
3. Certificate Course in Crime Scene Investigation & Management 10,000
4. Certificate Course in Digital & Cyber Forensic 10,000

If any students wants to do 2 courses at a time for example QD & Fingerprint then he’ll be charged only 15000/. We will also provide certificates to each student. 

For further details:

Ph : 020 41264864 ,

Mob : 97 97 100 100, 93 83 100 100, 90 11 864 864 AND 020 412 64 864





 Meaning of Document & Questioned Document.

 Importance & Nature of Forensic Document Analysis.

 Types & Classification of Questioned Documents: Historical documents, agreement papers,

books, financial documents, orders, records, tickets, exam papers, wills, posters etc.

 Classification of forensic documents: Questioned, Admitted and Specimen writings.

 Handwriting & Principles of identification of handwriting. Class & Individual characteristics

& Factors affecting handwriting.

 Signatures & Types of signature forgeries. Detection of signature forgery.

 Characteristics of Genuine & Forged signature.

 Genuine and forged documents. Alterations in document.

 Addition, Alteration, Obliteration, Deletion, Substitution, Trimming, Cutting, Overwriting,

Insertion done in document. Chemical and mechanical erasures. Deciphering & Evaluation of

alterations & erasures.

 Disguised writing and methods of its identification.

 Anonymous letters: its content and Identification of writer of anonymous letter.

 Secret writings, Indented writing & Charred Documents: its care & restoration.

 Examination of ink & paper.

 Examination process of rubber stamps impressions and their characteristics.

 Identification and comparison of typescripts. Identification of typist, alterations in typed text.

 Examination of security features of Currency Notes, stamp papers, Indian Passports and

Plastic money.

 Advanced techniques used for document, handwriting and ink analysis

 Handling & preservation of Questioned Document. Preliminary examination of questioned

documents. Photographic evidence. Documentation & Submission of evidences in the court

 Bank Frauds & their handling: Altered document, spurious/Dishonored cheques,

Bank documents, money laundering, cheque writing machines, fax machines.


 Meaning of Fingerprint. Fingerprint as evidence.

 History and Development of fingerprints.

 Formation of ridges. Fingerprints patterns, Pattern Areas. General & Individual

characteristics of fingerprint.

 Classification of fingerprints- Henry System of classification, Single digit


 Fingerprint Bureau.

 Search for Fingerprints, Chance Fingerprints, Latent Fingerprints.

 Various methods of development of fingerprints: conventional methods, physical

& chemical methods, florescent method, Magnetic Powder method, fuming

method, development by laser & nanotechnology.

 Lifting & preservation of chance/latent finger print.

 Taking plane & rolled fingerprints from living & dead persons.

 Comparison of fingerprints: Class characteristics, individual characteristics, ridge

tracing and ridge counting.

 Automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS).

 Footprints: Forensic importance, Gait pattern analysis, Evaluation & analysis of

various casts. Electrostatic lifting of latent footprints & its comparison with

reference sample.

 Lip prints, Ear print, Tire marks/prints & Skid marks, Tool marks, Bite marks: Their

Nature, Location, collection & evaluation & its Forensic Significance.





 Crime, Crime Scene, Crime Scene Investigation (CSI): Types of crime scenes:

indoor, outdoor, mobile & hydro crime scene. Primary & Secondary crime scene.

 General crime scene procedures and their management. Role of crime scene

managers and first responding officer.

 Various Crime scene search methods.

 Crime scene documentation: Notes taking, Sketching, Photography &

Videography. Preservation of evidences.

 Sketching of crime scene according to various methods.

 Various Crime Scenes & their investigation: Homicide, Suicide, Accidents

(Vehicular, Train, Air-crash, Industrial etc.), Mass disasters. House Breaking and

Theft, Rape, Dacoit, Cybercrimes, Terrorism, etc.

 Evidence recovery log. Chain of custody. Forwarding & Authorization letters and

relevant paper work.

 Crime Scene Management (CSM). Report Writing and Evidence Evaluation:

Components of reports and Report formats in Crime Scene and Laboratory findings.

Constitutional validity of Forensic Evidence, Expert Testimony: Admissibility in court of

law, Pre-Court preparations & Court appearance.

 Crime Scene Reconstruction (CSR): – defining crime scene reconstruction, nature &

importance of CSR. Basic Principles & Stages involved in CSR: Data Collection,

Conjecture, Hypothesis formulation, Testing & Theory formation.

 Types & classification of reconstruction. Pattern evidence & Shooting scene

reconstruction. Role of Logic in CSR.

 Writing a Reconstruction report.

 Introduction to Norco Analysis/ Lie detection/Polygraph test, Brain fingerprinting,

DNA Fingerprinting etc.


 Cybercrimes & types of cybercrimes.

 Internet crimes- Computer intrusions, Identity theft, Transmission of illegal items,

Extortion & harassment, Piracy, etc.

 Digital evidence, Digital vs. Physical evidence, nature of digital evidence, precautions

while dealing with digital evidence.

 Cyber Forensic Tools Good, Better, Best: Selecting Right Incident Response Tool for

Your Organization, Tool Review Forensic Toolkit. Encase, Cyber check suites, Disk

Imaging etc. Specifications for Forensic tools Tested.

 Cyber Terrorism.

 Cryptography & crypto analysis.

 Digital crime scene investigation process, General Guidelines for Investigation, Data

Analysis, Essential and Non-Essential Data.

 Hard Disk Technology (Hard disk Geometry and Internals), Hard disk data Acquisition:

General Acquisition Procedure, Data Acquisition layers.

 Dead versus Live Acquisition, Hardware Write Blockers, software Write Blockers

 Digital Media Forensics.

 E-Mail Investigation – Network based Acquisition Investigation Tools E-Mail

Investigation, E-Mail Tracking, IP Tracking, E-Mail Recovery, Encryption and

Decryption methods, Search and Seizure of Computers, Recovering deleted evidences

from email.

 Digital Signature.

 Security Issues– Types of Attacks (Active and Passive) Stealing Passwords, Social

Engineering, Bugs and Backdoors, Illegal accessing, Authentication Failures, Protocol

Failures, Information Leakage, Viruses and Worms, Denial-of-Service, etc.

 E-banking frauds & their handling.

Special Training 2018

    • We at IFS provides advanced and special training for forensic students and forensic experts to improve their knowledge, skills and confidence effectively…

    • Our training programme with the hands-on expertise provides real case solving and opinion writing experience.

    • After completing this training participants will learn : How to start own forensic practice, how to establish new forensic consultancy firm, how to handle clients, how to solve cases, how to form opinions, how to appear in court, how to face cross examinations and many more…

    • IFS is undertaking this training session which will produce specially trained forensic documents, handwriting and fingerprint experts and forensic science experts. Special Training Certificate will be provided to all participants.

    • Please visit : For more details, training schedule and apply online.