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Medical Science is Incomplete Without Forensic Medicine: Dr Vijay Dhasmana

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By Our Staff Reporter 
DEHRADUN, 30 March: The Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology of the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences (HIMS) organized the ‘Forensic Eye-2024′ workshop with great fanfare. More than two hundred and fifty doctors and experts from across the country participated in this two-day workshop. During this period, discussions were held on changes in the field of forensic medicine and new cutting-edge technologies.
The ‘Forensic Eye-2024′ was organized at the Adi Kailash & Chaukhamba Auditorium of Swami Rama Himalayan University (SRHU), Jolly Grant. The workshop was inaugurated by lighting the ceremonial lamp and offering floral tributes in front of the portrait of the founder Dr Swami Rama.
During the opening session, the chief guest, President of SRHU, Dr Vijay Dhasmana, stated that medical science is incomplete without forensic science. Modern technology has given a new dimension to forensic science.The distinguished guest, Vice Chancellor SRHU Dr Rajendra Dobhal, said that science and technology have expanded the field of forensic scienceDr Dobhal shared his vision for the future of forensic medicine and toxicology in India.
Director (Academic Development) at SRHU, Dr  Vijendra Chauhan, mentioned that the techniques in forensic science have evolved over time. The purpose of such conferences is for doctors and experts associated with the field to share their experiences so that it benefits their juniors and students working in this area.The chairman of the organizing committee, Dr Sanjay Das, mentioned that more than 150 doctors and experts have participated in the workshop. During the event, Registrar Dr Mukesh Bijalwan, Dr Hemchandra, Dr Pragya Tripathi, and Dr Harivansh Singh were present.
Announcement of Uttarakhand Chapter of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at SRHU: During the ‘Forensic Eye-2024′ national conference, a significant achievement was marked with the announcement of the Uttarakhand Chapter of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. The Chief Guest, President Dr Vijay Dhasmana, Vice Chancellor Dr Rajendra Dobhal, Dr Vijendra Chauhan, and Dr Sanjay Das jointly unveiled the souvenir and logo to thunderous applause.