CBI proposes to offer internship to NFSU students: report
Students at the National University of Forensic Sciences will assist the CBI in investigating criminal, white-collar, and other serious cases.
Students from the National University of Forensic Sciences will help the CBI
NEW DELHI: The CBI submitted a proposal to induct students from the National Forensic Science University (NFSU) in Gandhinagar for an internship with the Central Bureau of Investigation. They will assist the CBI in the investigation of criminal, white collar and other serious matters. Students will be entitled to stipends during the internship. The internship will last from six months to one year, reported the Ahmedabad Mirror.
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CBI intends to offer an internship to 50 students of NFSU Gandhinagar for a period of six months to one year. The internship is expected to start in January 2022.
âThe students will benefit a lot from the internship as they will be part of the CBI investigation process. They will be sent to Delhi, Mumbai and other places where accommodation facilities will be arranged by CBI. an official from the Forensic Sciences Directorate (DFS) told the Ahmedabad Mirror.
Technology has made it easier to commit serious crimes by abusing loopholes in the law. Therefore, law enforcement agencies rely on the scientific and forensic aspects of the investigation to obtain conclusive evidence. CBI, India’s supreme investigative agency, continues to need trained crime scene investigators and forensic experts. “If the CBI offers internships for NFSU students, it will certainly benefit the students as well as the CBI,” said Keshav Kumar, retired IPS officer.
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The CBI will offer internships to students studying chemistry, physics, forensics, forensic accounting and toxicology. The focus will be on digital forensics, forensic psychology, forensic biology, forensic toxicology and cybercrime.
A CBI internship event for NFSU MSc DFIS, M Tech CSIR, M Sc CS and MBA CSM students is already available on the NFSU website. This event took place online on November 15, 2021.
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