Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in forensic science, including but not limited to forensic biology, chemistry, toxicology, anthropology, psychology, and digital forensics, using various methods such as lectures, seminars, workshops, and online platforms.
Develop and update course syllabi, curricula, and teaching materials, ensuring alignment with the departmental and institutional standards and objectives.
Assess and evaluate student learning outcomes, providing feedback and guidance to improve academic performance and foster intellectual growth.
Supervise, mentor, and advise students on their research projects, dissertations, and career development.
Conduct original and innovative research in the field of forensic science, securing external funding and grants as needed.
Publish research findings and insights in reputable journals, books, and other academic outlets, maintaining a high level of scholarly productivity and impact.
Participate in academic conferences, workshops, and seminars, presenting research papers and exchanging ideas with other experts in the field.
Engage in forensic service and leadership, serving on various committees, boards, and councils within the department, faculty, and university.
Collaborate with other faculty members, researchers, and external partners on interdisciplinary and cross-institutional projects and initiatives.
Perform other related duties as assigned by the department head or dean
Job Requirements and Qualifications:
A doctoral degree in forensic science or a related discipline from an accredited institution.
|3 - 9 Years
|6 Lac To 17 Lac P.A.
|Health Care / Pharmaceuticals / Medical
|Assistant Professor Associate Professor Forensic Forensic
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