Students of this science are placed in real-time scenarios in the mock court facility that the department has prepared. This familiarizes them with the court atmosphere and functioning while teaching them the art of open debate. They are also equipped to tackle any of the medico-legal cases in clinical forensic medicine as well as forensic thanatology.
Besides spacious laboratories and a well-equipped seminar hall, all the facilities are as per the norms of the MCI. Every student has access to X-ray lobbies and illumination lamps as well as microscopes for examination of forensic trace evidences.
The laboratory has a stock of X-ray images of over 50 individuals that are an invaluable aid to teach the students about estimation of age from ossification. The laboratory has 15 teeth moulds and ortho pantamographic photos to teach age estimation by dentition. The laboratory also has a large collection of bones to help students understand the various aspects of forensic sciences including age estimation.
The Forensic Department's virtual museum has found appreciation as a one-of-a-kind facility with its collection of forensic photographs, wet specimens, different species of well-preserved snakes, chemical and plant poisons, weapons of assault and various sport, industrial, as well as domestic implements.