Department of Forensic Medicine

Faculty Members of Forensic Medicine

S No
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship PG & UG
1
Dr. Amit Sharma Professor & Head MD (Forensic Medicine )
--.--.2022
Yes
2
Dr Anju Rani Assistant Professor MD(FMT)
20.12.2017
Yes

Residents In Department Of Forensic Medicine:

S.No
Resident
Tutors
Joining Date
1
Dr.Amit yadav.
MBBS
22.02.2021
2
Dr. Arun Kumar
MBBS
01.12.2020

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Forensic medicine & Toxicology
2
Name of the Current HOD
Dr.Amit Sharma, MBBS,MD.
3
Name of the first HOD
Dr Anju Rani, MBBS, MD.
4
Names & qualification of all members
Dr.Amit Sharma (MBBS,MD ) , Dr. Anju Rani, (MBBS, MD)
5
Facility available in Dept.
Teaching of undergraduates and DNB residents Training of faculty, residents and medical officers Training of Police personals Medico-legal work Dealing with Negligence cases Autopsy work
6
Facility wise daily work load
MLC work
6
Training activities & courses run
Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students. First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.
7
Teaching Aids available
Audio-visual Aids with multi-media Projector

Equipment In Department Forensic medicine & Toxicology

Sr. No
Equipments or Items
1
Instrument trolley
02
Binocular microscope
03
Instrument tray
04
Weighing machine for dead body
05
Weighing scale (fetus)
06
Magnifying lens (glass)
07
Littmann’s Stethoscope
08
Laboratory deep freezer
09
Automatic digital BP
10
Weighing machine (human deal type)
11
Human height scale
12
Brain knife
13
Rib shear left & right
14
Tooth extractor left & right
15
Magnetic stirrer with hot plate
16
Microprocessor Based pH/Temperature meter
17
Single stage Quartz Distillation 5Ltr/Hr digital Safety control unit with alarm
18
Digital stop watch
19
Automated tissue Processor
20
Autopsy table
21
Digital touch Screen display
22
LCD Projector
23
Dissection Set complete
24
Hand set sealer
25
Stretcher for shifting Dead bodies
26
X- RAY view box
27
Monocular (student) microscope
28
Distillation water plant
29
Digital thermometer
30
Spectroscope lens with adjustable slit
31
Stryker type Autopsy saw with accessories
32
Charts & Models
33
Cold storage for dead bodies
34
Refrigerator
35
Desktop computer

Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology deals with medico-legal work like MLC preparation, age estimation, post mortem examination etc. Also this department is committed to teach forensic medicine to, undergraduate students so that they can deal with medico-legal case and various court proceedings easily at any level of their medical carrier. We will also try to conduct various medico- legal workshops for our medical officers, Junior residents and other technical staff. Also workshops could be conducted for trainee judiciary  and police personals whenever required.

Mission

To stress upon importance of medico-legal knowledge and its practice in day to day life professionally as well as personally. To establish FSL in our district and to start with research work related to toxicology and other sub- streams of Forensic Medicine

FACULTY

Dr. Amit Sharma

MD, Professor and HOD
Professor and Head

Dr. Amit Sharma is Head of Department of Forensic medicine.

About Head of Department

Dr. Amit Sharma
MD, Professor and HOD



Experience:

  • 1. Professor and Head: Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi. 07.05.2022 – till date.
  • 2. Professor and Head: Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi. 11.03.2019 – 06.05.2022.
  • 3. Associate Professor: Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi. 10.11.2014 – 10.03.2019.
  • 4. Assistant Professor: Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi. 07.02.2011 – 09.11.2014.
  • 5. Assistant Professor: Saveetha Medical College, Chennai. 06.10.2010 – 06.02.2011.
  • 6. Senior Resident: Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi. 03.08.2007- 02.08.2010.

Published

  • 1. Rani, M., Rohit, Sharma, A. and Dikshit, P.C. Injuries by Bull Horns: Patterns And Prevention Protocols. Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology [serial online], 2010; 11 (1): about 26 p. Print ISSN: 0972-8066.
  • 2. Sharma A. understanding the problem of undescended testes with a case report. Intl J Med Toxicol & Leg Med. 2010; 12(3): 32-35.
  • 3. Sharma A. Acute Myocardial Infarction related to blunt Thoracic Trauma: Review of literature with two case reports. J Indian Acad Forensic Med,2010; 32(2). 165-67.
  • 4. Sharma, A, Dikshit, P C, Aggrawal, A, Mandal A K. A Postmortem Study of histopathological findings to determine the age of abrasion and laceration. Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Vol. 27 No. 1, Jan-June 2011: p 43-47.
  • 5. Sharma A, Khanna SK, Aggrawal A, Mandal AK. A HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY TO DETERMINE THE AGE OF CONTUSION. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol 2011; 10(1): 17-19.
  • 6. Sharma A. Acute Copper sulphate poisoning: A case report and review of literature. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. 2010; 4(2)
  • 7. Sharma A, Rani A, Barwa J. Traumatic Asphyxial Deaths Due to an Uncontrolled Crowd at Railway station- 2 case reports. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2010;32(3): 254-56.
  • 8. Sharma A, Prasad K, Rani A. Fatal acute Carbon Monoxide poisoning: 2 case reports. International Journal of Medical Toxicology and Legal Medicine. 2010; 13(2): 27-30.
  • 9. Sharma A., Ragavana S. Social Networking and Medical Professionalism. J Med Sci Research. 2011; 1 (2): 69-70.
  • 10. Sharma A, Bodwal J. Cardiac Tamponade Following Post Myocardial Ventricular Wall Rupture- A Case Report. J Indian Acad Forensic Med. 2011, 33 (2): 179-81
  • 11. Sharma A. Role of Telemedicine in medical informatics education. Basic concepts and course development. Journal of Research in Medical Education & Ethics. 2011;1 (2): 87-90.
  • 12. Sharma A, Rani A, Barwa J. Corrosive acid poisoning- A case report. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine Toxicology, 2011, 5 (2):1-2.
  • 13. Sharma A. ethical and moral aspects of Informed consent: General considerations. Journal of Research in Medical Education & Ethics. 2011;1 (1): 13-17.
  • 14. Sharma A Accidental stab by glass bottle- a case report. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine Toxicology, 2011, 5 (1):1-2
  • 15. Sharma A, Dikshit PC, Basran S S. Fatal uterine perforation by intrauterine contraceptive device – A case report and review of literature. Medicolegal Update.2012;12(1): 44-5.
  • 16. Sharma A. UPPER LIMB SEVERING CAUSED BY BULL ATTACK: A CASE REPORT. International Journal of Medical Toxicology & Legal Medicine.2013; 16(1): 8-9.
  • 17. Dwivedi S, Sharma A, Baluja Z. PAAN (PIPER BETLE) AT FOOD FEST – THE TROIKA OF OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH HAZARD. IJBPAS. 2014; 3(4):601-4.
  • 18 Sharma A. Rickshaw scarf strangulation. Med Leg J, 2015 83: 109-10. Print ISSN: 0025-8172; Online ISSN: 2042-1834
  • 19. Ozair F F, Jamshed N , Sharma A , Aggarwal P. Ethical issues in electronic health records: A general overview. Perspectives in Clinical Research 2015; 6 (2): 73-6. ISSN: 2229-3485
  • 20. Sharma A, Baluja Z. Therapeutic Effects of Glycine Max (Soybean): A Summary. International Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Biosciences.2015; 2: 22-7.
  • 21. Sharma A. Carbon monoxide poisoning in our homes – report of two survivors from North India. Med Leg J. 2016; 84(2):87-89.
  • 22. P.C. Dikshit, Amit Sharma, Shahina. Profile of medico legal cases in Hamdard institute of medical institute and associate hospital New Delhi. IJFMP. 2016; 9 (4):215-18.
  • 23. Amit Sharma, Shahina, P.C. Dikshit. Case Scenario Based Teaching in Forensic Medicine to Improve Student Learning. IJFMP. 2017; 10 (2):67-72.
  • 24. Shahina, Amit Sharma. A retrospective study of pattern of external injuries in road traffic accidents- at HAH Centenary hospital, New Delhi. IJFMP. 2018; 11 (2):61-63.

Accepted for publication:

  • 1. Spontaneous Rupture of Spleen in Pregnancy- A rare case report and review of literature. In Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. Print ISSN: 0972-8066.
  • 2. Biostatistics. In Journal of South India Medico Legal Association.
  • 3. Forensic Dentistry. In Indo Pacific Academy of Forensic Odontology.
  • CME

  • 1. Organizing Secretary of CME on Medico-Legal issues organized by Department of Forensic Medicine, HIMSR, on 2nd May, 2013.
  • 2. Member of organizing committee ISARCON 2015 organized by department of medical Biochemistry, HIMSR from 29th-31st Oct, 2015
  • Paper/ poster presented in conferences:

    1. National Conference:

  • a. Oral presentation “Role of subsequent X-ray investigation in the diagnosis of displaced pelvic fracture” In Forensic Medicon 2010 organized by Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine held in Bhopal.
  • b. Oral presentation “Clinical and Forensic Implications of Parasomnias” In Forensic Medicon 2011 organized by Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine held in Nellore.
  • c. Poster Presentation “Cardiovascular effects of sexual activity- Forensic Viewpoint”. In Forensic Medicon 2011 organized by Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine held in Nellore
  • d. Role of clinical simulation in Trauma care education. At Trauma 2011 held at AIIMS, New Delhi from 09th to 13th November, 2011.
  • e. Incidence of fatal Coup and Counter-coup head injuries in Road traffic accident related deaths. At Trauma 2013, held at AIIMS, New Delhi from 07th to 10th November, 2013.
  • f. Hypertension Paradox: Indian Perspective – The Way Out. At BPCON 2013, held at KGMU, Lucknow in November 2013
  • g. Cocoa: An Antihypertensive agent. At BPCON 2013, held at KGMU, Lucknow, in November 2013
  • 2. State Conference:

  • a. “Implications and Prevention of Breach of Confidentiality in UG teaching Curriculum” In 18th Annual Conference of Karnataka Medico Legal Society- Forensicon 2010 held in Bangalore.
  • b. Trends of poisoning cases in HIMSR & Associated HAH Centenary Hospital. At 8th Annual Conference of SIMLA held at GMC, Calicut, Kerala from 2nd to 4th September 2011.
  • c. Role of Forensic Experts in Dementia. At 8th Annual Conference of SIMLA held at GMC, Calicut, Kerala from 2nd to 4th September 2011.
  • Awards: First Prize in Poster presentation titled Forensic prospects of Next Generation Sequencing technology in 6th International conference on Legal Medicine, Medical Negligence & Litigation in Medical Practice, held at Khajuraho from 26-28 Feb 2015.

    Editorial Board Member of:

  • 1. Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology
  • 2. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology (IJFMP)’ ISSN : 0974-3383.
  • 3. Indian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (IJMHS) ISSN 2347-9981.





  • Dr. Anju Rani

    MD
    Assistant Professor and Head

    Dr Anju rani is Assistant Professor in Dept. Forensic medicine.




    Publications (National & International Journals) published by Dr Anju Rani

    • 1. Sharma A, Rani A, Barwa J. Traumatic asphyxia deaths due to an uncontrolled crowd at railway station: Two case reports. Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine JULY-SEPTEMBER 2010, 32(3):254-56; ISSN 0971-0973.
    • 2. Sharma A, Prasad K, Rani A. Fatal acute carbon-monoxide poisoning: two case reports. International journal of medical toxicology and legal medicine OCT-DEC 2010, 13(2):27-30.
    • 3. Sharma A, Rani A, Barwa J. Corrosive acid poisoning- A case report. Indian journal of Forensic medicine and toxicology 2011, 5(2):1-2.
    • 4. C Behera, Ankita Dey, Anju Rani, Kulbhushan, P C Dikshit,”A suicidal hanging with unusual findings at crime scene.” Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine JAN-MARCH 2012, VOL.34, NO.1, PAGE (77-79); ISSN 0971-0973.
    • 5. Rani A, Behera C, Sunil, Dikshit PC. Pattern of fatal scald burns in central Delhi: A retrospective study. J Indian Acad Forensic Med. OCT-DEC 2012, 34 (4): 295-98. ISSN 0971-0973.
    • 6. Bhute A, Rani A, Chauhan M, Pradhan M, Behera C. Fatal Liver Injury in Tyre burst: an unusual case report. Journal of forensic medicine and toxicology. JULY-DEC 2012, 29 (2): 100-01.
    • 7. Singh BK, Pradhan M, Rani A. unusual finding in antemortem partial hanging: A case Report. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. JULY- DEC 2013, 7(2): 98-100.
    • 8. Ohal S, Pradhan M, Rani A. Retained fetal bones in the Uterus Emerging as the cause of Suicide: A case Report. Indian Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. July-September 2013, 11(3):79-81.
    • 9. Barwa J, Bhute A, Rani A. Insight into various aspects of Telemedicine: An Overview. Medico-Legal update. January-June 2014, 14(1): 107-10.
    • 10. Behera C, Rani A, Pradhan M, Dikshit PC. Fatal corrosive attack: A study of 13 Cases From Central Delhi, India. Am J Forensic Med Pathol. June 2014, 35(2):109-12.
    • 11. Rani A, Khanna S K, Mittal A K, Grewal H. Age estimation by Clinico-radiological examination of third molar teeth: A study from Delhi. J indian Acad forensic Med. October-December 2014, 36(4): 349-54.
    • 12. Barwa J, Rani A, Singh R. Art of tattooing – medical applications, complications. Ethical & legal aspects. International journal of medical toxicology and forensic medicine. 2016, 6(3):156-63.
    • 13. First homicidal wrist cutting involving radial artery to ensure fatality in assault.

    Paper Presentations And Participation In Conferences by Dr Anju Rani

    • 1. Skin Manifestation of Dichlorovas poisoning- A case report. XXXI ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE, BHOPAL MADHYA PRADESH (FORENSIC MEDICON 2010).
    • 2. Pattern of fatal scald burns in central Delhi: A retrospective study. 10th Indo-Pacific Congress on Legal Medicine and Forensic Science (INPALMS ‘2010’).
    • 3. Ear Prints: Still of historical importance. XXXII ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE, NELLORE ANDHRA PRADESH (FORENSIC MEDICON 2011).
    • 4. Role of polygraph test in conviction of accused: a POSTER PRESENTATION. 8th ANNUAL CONFERENCE- SIMLA 2011, CALICUT, KERALA.
    • 5. Sudden Collapse due to Oculo-Cardiac Reflex in a pre-existing coronary artery and Hypertrophic Heart Disease after giving retro-bulbar block for cataract surgery- A Case Report. XXXIV ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE, MANGALORE (FORENSIC MEDICON 2013).
    • 6. Traumatic Hyoid bone fracture: Two case presentations. XXXIV ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE, MANGALORE (FORENSIC MEDICON 2013).

    Conferences, Workshops & Symposium attended by Dr Anju Rani

    • 1. XXXI ANNUAL CONFERENCE of IAFM, FORENSIC MEDICON 2010
    • 2. INDO PACIFIC ASSOCIATION OF LAW, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE (INPALMS – 2010)
    • 3. XXXII ANNUAL CONFERENCE of IAFM, FORENSIC MEDICON 2011
    • 4. 8th ANNUAL CONFERENCE- SIMLA 2011
    • 5. XXXIV ANNUAL CONFERENCE of IAFM, FORENSIC MEDICON 2013AIIMS.
    • 6. W0RKSHOP ON QUALITY FORENSIC SERVICES & TEACHING.07 NOV 2012 ORGANISED BY DEPTT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE, AIIMS.
    • 7. ATTENDED CONFERENCE “TRAUMA 2013, AIIMS.
    • 8. SYMPOSIUM ON “RECENT ADVANCES IN FORENSIC MEDICINE” 2008; SAFDARJUNG HOSPITAL AND VARDHAMAN MAHAVEER MEDICAL COLLEGE.
    • 9. PARTICIPATED IN 27TH MINI-WORKSHOP (CAPSULE COURSE) ON “EDUCATIONAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY” HELD IN DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION, NATIONAL TEACHER TRAINING CENTRE MAMC 2011
    • 10. FORENSIC DNACON 7 CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE UPDATE 2019, SRMS Bareilly, U.P (UPDATE OF MYSTERY OF CRIME & REVEALING THE TRUTH FOR JUSTICE & CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE UPDATE), dated 29, 30 & 31 August 2019.
    • 11. PAFMATCON 2019- 17th Annual conference of Punjab academy of forensic medicine & toxicology, dated 12th Oct 2019
    • 12. 1st Otolaryngology update- Head & neck Oncology, GIMS, Greater Noida, Dated 14th Dec 2018 organised by department of ENT.
    • 13. CME CUM Workshop on “Hospital Infection control practices: Challenges & solutions”, GIMS, Greater Noida, Dated 23rd & 24th July 2019 organised by department of Microbiology.
    • 14. CME CUM awareness Programme on “Body and Organ Donation- Live Beyond life”, GIMS, Greater Noida, Dated 18th September 2019 organised by department of Anatomy.
    • 15. CME CUM Workshop on “Current trend and future prospects in Pharmacovigilance - An integral part of Medicine safety”, GIMS, Greater Noida, Dated 26th & 27th September 2019 organised by department of Pharmacology.
    • 16. PAFMATCON- 2020: 18th Annual conference of Punjab academy of forensic medicine & toxicology (Virtual Conference), dated 10th Oct 2020.

    Research work done by Dr Anju Rani

    • Title: Age Estimation By Clinical And Radiological Examination Of Third Molar Teeth
    • Supervisor: Dr S.K Khanna, Director Professor, Deptt of forensic Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
    • Co Supervisor: Dr Anil kumar Mittal, Professor, Deptt of forensic Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
    • Co Supervisor: Dr. Harpreet Grewal, Professor Orthodontics and Head of Pediatric Dentistry, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi

    DETAILS AWARDS, ACHIEVEMENTS, INSTITUTION CONTRIBUTION

    • A. Participated in “Curriculum implementation support Program” held from 25th July to 27th July 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida under the aegis of NC/RC, Medical education unit, KGMU, Lucknow.
    • B. Participated in the “REVISED BASIC COURSE WORKSHOP” at Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and research, Delhi from 14th to 16th 2019.
    • C. Participated in the “Sensitization programme for Attitude, Ethics and Communication (AETCOM) module”, on 17th October 2019 at Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and research, Delhi.
    • D. Participated as resource faculty in the “REVISED BASIC COURSE WORKSHOP “at GIMS, Greater Noida, from 3rd to 5th December 2019.
    • E. Secured 3rd position in “SHOT PUT” in the sports/ cultural meet: AAGHAZ 2020 organized by GIMS, Greater Noida, from 3rd to 8th December 2019.
    • F. Secured winner position in “TUG OF WAR” in the sports/ cultural meet: AAGHAZ 2020 organized by GIMS, Greater Noida, from 3rd to 8th December 2019
    • G. Participated in online workshop on “Curriculum implementation support Program- II” held from 21st- 22nd July 2020 at GIMS.
    • H. Participated in training activities of faculty in workshop conducted on “Curriculum implementation support Program-II” held from 9th September to 10th September 2020 at GIMS, Greater Noida.

    Facility available in Department

    Teaching, training, Medico-legal work, negligence cases, autopsy work

    Facility wise daily work load

    Teaching and training of DNB students and Resident doctors, training of Police personals, medico-legal cases

    Equipments available

    • 1. Digital B.P instrument
    • 2. Stethoscope
    • 3. Instrument trays
    • 4. Instrument Trolly
    • 5. Magnifying glass
    • 6. Binocular microscope
    • 7.Digital Organ Weighing Machine

    CME/Workshops organized by the department

    Training activities

    • 1. Trained JR/SR and other faculty members by taking classes on various medico-legal aspects while dealing with and preparing MLCs.
    • 2. Trained DNB residents in “How to handle dead bodies in covid 19”, Medico-legal documentation & informed consent, Death certification & Hospital diets.
    • 3. Delivered a talk on ‘forensic evidence involved in most sexual crimes and cases of dowry death’ at the Auditorium in the office complex of the commissioner of Police, Sec 108, Noida.

    Infrastructure

    • 1. Museum- Well furnished and equipped for capacity of 30 students
    • 2. Demonstration room- well equipped room available for capacity of 60 students
    • 3. Departmental Library- well furnished and equipped with sitting capacity of 30 students
    • 4. Clinical examination room- well equipped and well furnished
    • 5. Undergraduate lab
    • 6. Research lab
    • 7. Well equipped Mortuary

    Teaching Aids available

    Audio-visual aids, multimedia projector with TV Monitor