CV of Prof. Gorea RK  
 
 
Name:                                     Dr. Rakesh Kumar Gorea
 
Father’s Name:                        Mr. Roshan Lal
 
 
 
Correspondence Address:       #131, Sector 15, Panchkula, Haryana, India 134113.           
Permanent address:                 # 4, Charan Bagh, Patiala. 147001, Punjab, India
Mobile Number:                      +91 98720 20840,
E-mail address:                       gorea_r@yahoo.com
Website:                                  http://forensicwayout.com
Educational Qualifications
PhD in Department of Forensic Science, Faculty of Physical Sciences, Punjabi University, 2008
 
Diplomat National Board (DNB - Forensic Medicine) 2005
National Board of Examinations
 
Doctor of Medicine (MD - Forensic Medicine) 1988
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
 
MBBS 1981
Punjab University, Chandigarh
 
B.Sc. (Medical) 1974
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
 
 
Additional Qualifications:
          • Member Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, London-2007
          • Course in Forensic Dentistry, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC, USA.
          • Certificate Course in French, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
          • Certificate Course in Sex Education, Bombay
          • Certified Medical Transcriptionist, Solitaire, India
          • Diploma in Computer Applications, NCCT Faridkot
          • Lead auditor course in ISO 9001:2008 (IRCA) from Moody International, 2010


 
Registration:                          Punjab Medical Council, India
Registration Number:           20985 (13.01.1981) renewed up to 28.12.2018
 
Present Position:                               Faculty Member
Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
College of Medicine
Salman bin Abdul Aziz University
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(05.12.2013-till date)
 
Experience:                                         Director Principal cum Medical Superintendent
Professor Forensic Medicine
Guru Nanak Mission Medical College & Hospital,
                                                                Dhahan Kaleran, District SBS Nagar, Punjab
                                                                (27.07.2012-03.12.2013)
 
Principal &Professor Forensic Medicine
Rama Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre
Kanpur (08.12.2011- 25.07.2012)
 
                                                                Medical Superintendent & Professor Forensic Medicine
Rama Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre
Kanpur (22.09/2011-07.12.2011)
 
                                                                Director International Studies &
Professor and Head, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Gian Sagar Medical College & Hospital,
Ram Nagar (Banur),  Patiala (Punjab) India
(01.02.2007 to 21.09.2011)
 
Professor and Head, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Government Medical College, Patiala (Punjab) India
(11.01.2002 to 31.01.2007)
 
Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine,
G.G.S. Medical College, Faridkot.
(14.05.1999 to 10.1.2002.)
 
Professor & Head, Department of Forensic Medicine,
SGRD Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Amritsar.
(20.08.1998 to 13.05.1999)
 
Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine,
G.G.S. Medical College, Faridkot.
(08.08.1995 to 19.08.1998)
 
Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Government Medical College, Amritsar.
(27.02.1991 to 02.08.1995)
 
Senior Lecturer, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Government Medical College, Amritsar.
(12.01.1990 to 30.05.1990 & 19.11.1990 to 26.02 1991)
 
Lecturer, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Government Medical College, Amritsar.
(3.10.1986 to 11.01.1990 & 31.05.1990 to 18.11.1990)
 
Registrar, Department of Forensic Medicine,
Government Medical College, Amritsar.
(29.06.1984 to 2.10.1986)
 
Medical officer, Subsidiary Health Centre,
Barian Kalan, District Hoshiarpur.
(11.08.1981 to 27.06 1984)
 
 
 
 
Guest Faculty                        1.         University of Colorado, U.S.A.
2.                  Punjabi University, Patiala
 
 
 
Nature of Work:                  
1.      Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
2.      Supervising thesis work of postgraduate students.
3.      Research work in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.
4.      Medico legal Work including postmortem and toxicological work.
 
University Examiner:
1.      Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot
2.      Punjabi University, Patiala
3.      Kashmir University, Srinagar
4.      Council of Homeopathy, Chandigarh
5.      Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
6.      AIIMS, New Delhi
7.      Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla
8.      Uttranchal University
9.      Kurukushetra University, Kurukushetra
10. Delhi University, New Delhi
11. Punjab university, Chandigarh
12. MMIMS, Mulana
13. Dr. BRA University, Agra
14. Santosh University, Ghaziabad
15. Assam University, Guwhati
 
 
Fellowship:
1.      Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2003) All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
2.      International Medical Science Academy (2009)
3.      Indian Academy of forensic Medicine (2012)
 
           
 
Faculty Membership
 
1.      Institute of Ethics and Morality, ICFMT, at AIIMS, New Delhi
2.      Forensic and Legal Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, London
Life Membership:
1.      Indo-pacific Academy of Forensic Odontology
2.      Indo-pacific Academy of Forensic Nursing Science
3.      Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine.
4.      Indian Academy of Forensic Sciences.
5.      Indian Medical Association.
6.      Indian Science Congress Association
7.      Forensic Science Society of India.
8.      Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
9.      Indian Society of Toxicology
10. Indian Red Cross Society.

11. Society for Prevention of Injuries and Corporal Punishment


 


 

12. Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
 
 
Membership:
1.      Council of Sex Education and Parenthood International.
2.      International Society for Violence and Injury Prevention
3.      International Society for Children and Adolescent Injury Prevention
4.      International Society for prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
5.      International Association of Forensic Nurses
6.      World Association of Medical Editors (WAME)
 
 
Editor In chief:
 
1.      Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (2004-2005)
2.      Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, (2001-2011).
3.      Souvenir containing Abstracts of scientific papers, 10th Annual Conference of National Medicos Organization, (1995).
4.      Souvenir containing Abstracts of scientific papers, 15th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, (1994).
5.      College magazine of Dayanand Medical College, Ludhiana, 1979.
 
Editor
1.      International Journal of Forensic Practice and Research (IJFPR)
 
Member Advisory Board:
 
1.      Medico-Legal Update, an international journal indexed with Embase / Excerpta Medica and Index Copernicus.
2.      Journal of Forensic Nursing, USA
3.      Journal of Injury and Violence Research
4.      Tuekiye Klinkleri Tip Bilimleri Dergisi,Turkey
 
Member peer Review group
 
1.      Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (2006,2007, 2010,2011)
2.      Journal of Indo Pacific Academy of Forensic Odontology (2010,2011)
 
Social Organizations:
1.      Founder President, Rotaract club, DMC, Ludhiana.
2.      Joint Secretary, Dayanand Hospital Welfare Society, Ludhiana.
3.      Executive Member, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Faridkot.


Special Awards
1.      Excellence Award in Forensic Medicine & Toxicology by South Asian Congress of Forensic Medicine, Forensic Science and Toxicology, Noida 2008
2.      IAFN Vision Award-2007 by International Association of Forensic Nurses at Salt Lake City USA 2007.
3.      For outstanding contribution in the fields of Forensic Nursing and Forensic Odontology by Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at XXIV Annual Conference of IAFM at Patna 2003
4.      Award for Outstanding contribution in the field of Human Rights by Medico legal Society of India, 2000.
 
Special Achievements:
1.      President, Indo-Pacific Academy of Forensic odontology (2008-10)
2.      President, Indo-Pacific Academy of Forensic Nursing Science (2008-10)
3.      President Society for Prevention of Injuries and Corporal Punishment (2010-2012)
4.      President, Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (2006-08)
5.      Faculty Member, Institute of Ethics and Morality at AIIMS, New Delhi
6.      Faculty Member, Forensic and Legal Medicine at Royal College of Physicians, London
7.      Founder President
Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
8.      Vice president
Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2004-06)
9.      Vice president
Indian Society of Toxicology (2004-06)
10. Organizing Secretary
First annual conference
North Zone of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, and
Second annual conference
Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2001) (Faridkot)
11. Organizing chairman, 3rd Annual Conference
Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2002)
(Patiala)
12. Medico-legal Advisor
Indian Medical Association, Punjab State (2004)
13. Organizing chairman
Training program for Investigating Police Officers on Crime Scene investigation (2005) (Patiala)
14. Organizing chairman, 4th Annual Conference
Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2005) (Patiala)
15. Organizing chairman,
Workshop on Rape Victim Examination (2006) (Patiala)
16. Organizing chairman,
Orientation Program on Forensic Nursing (2006) (Faridkot)
17. Organizing Secretary, 6th annual conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (2007)(Ram Nagar, Banur)
18. Co organizing Secretary, INPAFO Workshop 2010 at Gian Sagar Dental College, Ram Nagar Banur, District Patiala, Punjab India
19. Organizing secretary, 1st conference of Indo Pacific Academy of Forensic Nursing Science 2011 at Gian Sagar Medical College, Punjab
20. Organizing Secretary, CME & Workshop on blood pattern analysis 2012, at Gian Sagar Medical College, Ram Nagar Banur, District Patiala, Punjab India.
21. Organizing chairman, 2nd conference of Indo Pacific Academy of Forensic Nursing Science 2013 at Guru Nanak Mission Medical College, Punjab
 
 
Chaired Scientific Sessions:
1.      Chairperson at a scientific session at the Tenth National Conference of National Medicos Organization on Rural Health in India, (1995)
2.      Chairperson at a scientific session at the First annual conference of North Zone of Indian Academy of forensic Medicine and Second annual conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, (2001).
3.      Chairperson at a scientific session at ICFMT – 2002 at AIIMS, New Delhi.
4.      Chairperson at a scientific session on Mass disaster Management at International symposium on forensic sciences held in Punjabi University, Patiala.
5.      Chairperson at a scientific session on state Medicine at the International congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Patna (2003)
6.      Chairperson at a scientific session at the Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Delhi (2004)
7.      Chairperson at a scientific session on Forensic Science at the International Academy of Forensic Medicine at Goa (2005)
8.      Chairperson at a scientific session at the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine at Dehradun (2005)
9.      Chairperson at a scientific session at National conference on Modern Trends in Information and communication Technology at Mullana (2005)
10. Chairperson at a scientific session at the Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Chandigarh (2005)
11. Chairperson at a scientific session at the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine at Siliguri (2006)
12. Panelist, At CME on” Medical, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Blood Transfusion” at IMA, Patiala (2006)
13. 1st Eastern Zonal conference of Forensic medicine & toxicology, Guwahati, (2006)
14. 28th annual conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Amritsar, (2007)
15. SAFCON- 2007, Aligarh, 2007
16. SAFCON- 2008, Noida, 2008
17. Chairperson, Discussion on Day Today problems of Forensic Medicine Practice. Amritsar (2008).
18. Chairperson of scientific session on Forensic Pathology. Nagpur (2009).
19. Chairperson CME on Allegations of Medical Negligence- Can we prevent them? IMA Patiala, (2009).
20. Chairperson, Panel discussion on Rape Victim Examination, Patiala (2009).
21. Chairperson, Scientific Session on Forensic Toxicology, Bhopal (2010).
22. Chairperson, Scientific Session, 18th ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2010.
 
 
Inspector for
1.      Medical Colleges
2.      Nursing Colleges
3.       Nursing Schools
 
 
 
Thesis/ Supervised Thesis
 
1.      Correlation of rigor mortis and putrefaction with time since death
2.      Study of intracranial hemorrhages, an autopsy study
3.      Sex determination from pulpal tissue
4.      Identification from bite marks
5.      Age estimation in young individuals by radiography and in old individuals by CT
6.      Estimation of postmortem interval with the help of entomological evidence
7.      Correlation of changes in levels of potassium and ascorbic acid with postmortem interval
8.      Age estimation from eruption of temporary and permanent teeth
9.      Evaluation of physiological changes in teeth that can help in age estimation of adults
10. Determination of sex from hair
11. Histo-pathlogical changes in heart an autopsy study
12. Atherosclerotic changes in coronaries and aorta in Malwa region
13. The Pattern and trends of Arcus senilis and Senile Cataract in Age group of 40 – 70 years in government Medical College and Rajindra hospital, Patiala
14. Age determination from Sternum by radiological changes.
15. Bite Marks on Various Objects: Comparison and Analysis
 
 
Books/Book Chapters / Citations
1.      Medicolegal Aspects in Relation to ENT. Textbook of Ear Nose & Throat, Lt Col B S Tuli. Jay Pee Publishers, 2005
2.      A case of mummification reported as spiritual coma. Textbook of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Krishan Vij. Elsevier Publishers, 2005
3.      Role of Forensic Nurse in Rape Victim Examination. Medicolegal Update on Rape Victim Examination (A guide for Sexual Assault Victim Examination Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine, 2009.
4.      A book on “Practical Aspects of Forensic Medicine” A Manual for undergraduates and medical practitioners, Jay Pee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2010
5.      Sociocultural Crimes: A Forensic Approach in Forensic Nursing Science, 2nd Ed. Lynch VA and Duval JB, Elsevier Mosby, 2010.
6.      Medicolegal Aspects of child Abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect: Challenges and Opportunities, 1st Ed Srivastava RN; Seth R and Niekerk, Jay Pee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2013.


 PAPERS PUBLISHED:
 
INTERNATIONAL:
1.      Incidence, distribution and Pattern of firearm Injuries. Proceedings of third Indo-Pacific congress on Legal Medicine and forensic Sciences, Madras 1989; 129.
2.      Spiritual coma Death – Report on Mummification. Proceedings of third Indo-Pacific Congress Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Madras 1989; 242.
3.      Sexual Crimes against Women, News and Views, council of Sex Education and Parenthood International, January – March 1997; 43: 1.
4.      Child’s Rights Violations in Schools, International Journal of Medical Toxicology and Legal Medicine, 2002; 5(1): 20
5.      Optimization of chitosan film as a substitute for animal and human epidermal sheets for in vitro permeation of polar and non-polar drugs. Acta Pharmaceutica (impact factor: 0.91). 01/2005; 54(4):287-99. pp.287-99 Source: PubMed
6.      Bringing Hope to India. On the Edge. Nov 2004; 10:3
7.      Optimizacija kitozanskih filmova kao zamjena za životinjsku i humanu epidermu za in vitro permeaciju polarnih i nepolarnih lijekova. Acta pharmaceutica (hfd-fg-ap@zg.htnet.hr); 54(4).
8.      Traumatic Dislocation of Implanted Joint. Medico-Legal Update. April-June. 2005; 5(2): 53
9.      Marvelous Tools of Identification – Bite Marks. Medico- Legal Update. April- June. 2005; 5(2): 61
10. Forensic Examination of Bite marks – State of the Art. Turkish Journal of Forensic Sciences September 2005; 4(3): 59-66 (ISSN 1309 – 6793)
11. Impact of Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in South Asia. Medicine, conflict and Survival. July – Sept 2006;22(3):199
12. Safe designing of vehicles from pattern of road traffic injuries. Proceedings of International Conference of Mechanical Engineering 2006, BBSB Engineering college, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, 205.
13. Fetal Age Determination from Length of femur and humerus by ultrasonography. Medicolegal Update. Jan- June. 2009; 9(1):23-7.
14. Development and future of forensic nursing in India. International Journal of Nursing Education. July-Dec 2009; 1(1): 4-5.
15. Age estimation by Gustafson method and its modifications. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. Jan-June 2010; 1(1): 12-19.
16. Identification from bite marks on Nakh (Pear). Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. Jan-June 2010; 1(1): 30-33.
17. Odontometric study of canines in Indian population for sex determination. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. Jan-June 2010; 1(1): 34-37.
18. Forensic evaluation of mamelons on the incisors. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2010; 1(2): 3-5.
19. Sexual diamorphism in bucco-lingual diameter of mandibular canines in Punjabi Population. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2010; 1(2): 16-19.
20. Mesiodistal diameter of Mandibular canines. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2010; 1(2): 23-25
21. Use of Gustafson method for the estimation of age in living beyond 25 years of age. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2010; 1(2): 26-29.
22. Determination of gender using Mandibular teeth in North Indians. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2010; 1(2): 38-40.
23. Holistic approach to prevent injuries and corporal punishments in schools. Egyptian Journal of forensic Sciences 2011; 1(1):25-29.
24. Linear measurements and indices of mandibular canines. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. July-Dec 2011; 2(2): 33-36.
25. Buccolingual diameter of maxillary canines in north Indian population. Journal of Indo Pacific of Forensic Odontology. Jan-June 2012; 3(1): 1-3.
 
 
 
NATIONAL:
26. Deaths Due To Thermal Injuries – An Autopsy Study. Indian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 1990; 4(3): 109
27. Deaths due to Railway Injuries – A five Year Study. Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 1990; 8(1, 2): 16.
28. Attempted concealing of Homicides by Railway Injuries. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1989; 2(2): 71.
29. Heat Stroke, Sehat, 1989; 16(7): 13.
30. Medico legal Aspects of Deaths due to Poisoning – An Autopsy Study. Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 1988; 5(1,2): 1.
31. Violent Asphyxial Deaths – A Six-Year Study. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1992; Special: 171.
32. Medical Evidence in Absence of Eyewitness – a case report. Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicne, 1997; 19(1): 16. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
33. Suicidal cyanide Poisoning. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1997, Vol 19, No.2, 50P (ISSN: 0971 – 0973).
34. Parietal Foramen or Penetrating Fracture of the skull. Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, July- Dec 1997; 14: 15.
35. Poisoning Trends – A Postmortem Study. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1998; 20(2): 27. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
36. Abandoned Baby Catches the Culprit. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1999; 21(4): 95. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
37. Triple Homicidal Hangings Presented as Suicidal Hangings – a Case Report. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 1999; 21(4): 86. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
38. Medical Negligence in custodial Torture. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol, 2001; 1: 1.
39. Pattern of Poisoning In Punjab. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol . 2001; 1: 6.
40. Study of Postmortem Interval from Rigor Mortis. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2002; 2: 25. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
41. Forensic Nursing in India – Need of the Hour. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2002; 2: 49. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
42. Forensic Nursing- a Boon to the Society. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2003; 3: 32. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
43. Forensic Entomology – A Guide to Postmortem Interval, J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2003; 3: 7. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
44. Brought Alive for Postmortem Examination. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2003; 3: 39. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
45. 2020 – A Vision for Forensic Medicine. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2004; 4: 3. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
46. Determination of Sex from Hair. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2004; 4: 5. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
47. Reference System deciphered for you. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2004; 4: 21. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
48. Bioterrorism- the Latest fright for the present Generation. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(1): 3 (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
49. Age estimation In Old Individuals y CT Scan of Skull. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(1): 10 (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
50. Critical Appraisal of dying declaration. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(1): 24. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
51. Medical and Social Aspects of Proliferation of Small arms and Light Weapons in South Asia. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(2): 43. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
52. Sex determination from Pulpal tissue. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(2): 50. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973) 
53. Female foeticide. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(3): 91. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
54. Age estimation from Physiological changes in Teeth. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(3): 94. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
55. Age estimation from Eruption of temporary teeth. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(3): 107. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
56. Medicolegal Autopsy by a Panel of Doctors- Present Scenario. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(3): 113. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
57. Tsunami – a horror of Nature. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(4): 127. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
58. Premenstrual Syndrome Malady and the Law. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(4): 129. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
59. Changes in the Levels of Vitreous Potassium with increase in time since death. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(4): 136. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
60. Conversion to Hijrahs- Is it Need Based or Crime. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2004; 26(4): 153. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
61. Victimology of High Altitude Pilgrimage. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2005; 5: 35. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
62. A Peculiar Case of Aortic Aneurysm Rupture with Coarctation of Aorta. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2005; 5: 43. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
63. Legal Aspects of Telemedicine: Telemedical Jurisprudence. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2005; 5: 43. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
64. Crime Scene Investigation – A Holistic View. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(1): 3. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
65. Legal Aspects of General Practice. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(2): 67. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
66. Transplantation of Human organs: Critical Analysis. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(3): 131. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
67. Development of Forensic nursing In India – Step by Step. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(4): 207. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
68. Age Estimation from Eruption of Permanent Teeth. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(4): 231. (ISSN: 0971 – 0973)
69. Atherosclerosis in Coronaries in Malwa Region of Punjab. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(4): 236. (ISSN: 0971)
70. Prevention of Drowning and its Societal Implications. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2005; 27(4): 240. (ISSN: 0971)
71. Fundamentals of management of sexual assault cases. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2006; 6: 3. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
72. Few tips for making ground sections of teeth for research purpose. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2006; 6: 11. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
73. An unusual case of homicide by radioactive material. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2006; 6: 43. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
74. Revenge by bites. J Indian Acad Forensic Med, 2007; 29(1): 34. (ISSN: 0971)
75. Ethics in Nursing Practice- J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2007; 7: 3-4. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
76. Medical Witness and Indian Courts. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2007; 7(1): 20-26. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
77. Medicolegal Work in Private Institutes. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2007; 7(2): 3-4. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687)
78. Incidence and pattern of Fabricated Injuries. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2007; 7(2): 54-58. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
79. Current Problems of Toxicology in India. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2008; 8(1): 3-5. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
80. Teaching Skills in Forensic Medicine. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2008; 8(2): 3-5. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
81. Suicide: Problems of treatment in OPC poisoning. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2008; 8(2): 38-9. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
82. Forensic odontology and its future in India. Trendz in Dental World, 2009 viewed at http://www.dentaltrendz.org/article.php?id=54 on Oct 18, 2009.
83. Alcohol abuse and its medicolegal considerations. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2009; 9(1): 3-5. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
84. Social stigmas and orthodox culture in Indian society – brutality on humanity. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2009; 9(1): 35-36. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
85. Prevention and current scenario of unintentional poisoning. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2009; 9(2): 54-57. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
86. Age estimation of injury from abrasion -a clinical study from north India. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2009; 9(2): 76-81. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
87. Medico-legal aspects of blood transfusion. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2010; 10(1): 5-8. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
88. Poisoning trends in Faridkot region: a retrospective study. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2010; 10(1): 20-23. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
89. Importance of mandibular and maxiallary canines in sex determination. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2010; 10(1): 27-30. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
90. Age estimation from medial end of clavicle by Xray examination. J Indian Acad Forensic Med 2010;32(1):28-30.
91. Ultrasonographical age estimation from foetal biparietal diameter. J Indian Acad Forensic Med 2010;32(4):308-10.
92. Teaching a large medical group- lecture as a tool. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2010; 10(2): 65-67. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
93. Abnormal sexual behaviour - a study of social factors. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2011; 11(1): 20-2. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
94. Effect of vision 2015 on Forensic Medicine. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2011; 11(1): 5-8. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
95. Bitemarks utility in sexual offences. Indian Journal of Dentistry, 2011; 2(2):37-39. (ISSN:0975-962X)
96. Radiological Age Estimation from Manubrio-Sternal Joint in living population of Punjab. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2011; 11(2): 69-71. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
97. Berry aneurism – A case report. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2011; 11(2): 90-91. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).

98. Prevalence of Developmental Dental Anomalies : A study of Punjabi Population.  Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology [serial online], 2012; Vol. 13, No. 1 (January - June 2012): [about 21 p]. Available from: http://www.anilaggrawal.com/ij/vol_013_no_001/papers/paper001.html. Published : January 1, 2012, (Accessed:  July 04, 2012)

99. Bullous Emphysematous Lungs- A Case Report. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2012; 12(1): 48-49. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
100.           Individual, Community and Institutional responsibility in prevention of ragging of students in educational institutions. VCare for Life Sciences Journal, 2012; 2(2):58-64. (ISSN 2231-9522)
101.           How deep is the bite? – a review on bite marks in forensic odontology. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol., 2013; 13(1): 49. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
102.           A study of vertebral synostosis and its clinical significance. J Punjab Acad Forensic Med Toxicol. 2013; 13(1): 49. (ISSN: 0972 – 5687).
 


PAPERS READ AT CONFERENCES:
           
INTERNATIONAL:
 
  1. Incidence, Distribution and Pattern of Firearm Injuries, (Madras, 1989).
  2. Spiritual Coma- Death, Report on Mummification, (Madras, 1989)
  3. Firearm Injuries – A Postmortem study, (Patiala, 1990).
  4. Correlation of Rigor Mortis with Time since Death, (Patiala, 1990).
  5. Poisoning by Acids, (Salam, 1995)
  6. Sex Determination from Pulpal tissue (Salem, 1995).
  7. Pattern of Intracranial hemorrhages on Roadside accidents, (Salem, 1995).
  8. Custodial Deaths – Variants to torture Deaths, (Surat, 1996).
  9. Cadaveric spasm – A Myth or reality, (Surat, 1996)
  10. Sexual Crimes against Women, (Pune, 1996)
  11. Some Interesting aspects of Intracranial Hemorrhages (New Delhi, 2002)
  12. Study of Postmortem Interval (New Delhi, 2002)
  13. Marvelous Tool of Identification – Bite Marks (Patna, 2003)
  14. Burns – A Panoramic View (Patna, 2003)
  15. Social Aspects of Poisoning (Patna, 2003)
  16. Study of 100 cases of Thoracic Injuries (Patna, 2003)
  17. Forensic Nursing- A Boon to the Society (Goa, 2004)
  18. Drowning and its societal implications (Durban, South Africa, 2006)
  19. Telemedicine in Injury prevention and Safety promotion, ( South Africa, 2006)
  20. Revenge by Bite Marks (Durban, South Africa, 2006)
  21. Forensic Nursing In India (Durban, South Africa, 2006)
  22. Child right violations in Schools in India (Durban, South Africa, 2006)
  23. Safe Designing of Vehicles from pattern of fatal road traffic Injuries, Fatehgarh Sahib. 2006
  24. Critical Evaluation of bite Marks on Banana. SAFCON-2007, Aligarh, 2007
  25. Designing of Safe Vehicles In India, Tehran Iran, 2007
  26. Bite Marks on Various Objects: comparison and Analysis. Istanbul, Turkey, 2008
  27. Age Estimation from Manubrio-Sternal Joint in the age group of 35-65 Years, Noida, 2008
  28. Fetal Age Determination from length of femur and humerus by Ultrasonography, Noida, 2008
  29. Awareness of Medicolegal Issues among doctors: A Survey, Noida, 2008
  30. Determination of Age of Abrasion by Naked Eye Appearances, Noida, 2008
  31. Prevention Of Socio-Cultural Crimes In Children Around The Globe- Policy And Practice, Perth, Australia, 2009
  32. Holistic approach to prevent child neglect and corporal punishments in schools. Perth, Australia, 2009
  33. Individual, community and institutional responsibility in prevention of ragging of students, Perth, Australia, 2009.
  34. Utility of Bite marks for identification, INPAFO Workshop 2010, Ram Nagar Banur, India, 2010.
  35. Late effects of armed struggle in Punjab. 18th ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2010.
  36. Medicolegal aspects of child abuse in schools. 9th APCCAN, New Delhi, 2011.
  37. Practices of child movements to schools and road safety. 9th APCCAN, New Delhi, 2011.
 
 
 
NATIONAL:
 
  1. Medico legal Expert Opinion In equivocal X-ray Report and A study of So-Called fabricated Injuries, (Bombay, 1986)
  2. Incidence Pattern of Firearm Injuries, (Dhanbad, 1987).
  3. Medico legal Aspects of Deaths due to Poisoning, (Dhanbad, 1987).
  4. Parietal Foramen simulating With Stab wound of the Skull – Role of Medico legal Expert (co-author Dhanbad, 1987).
  5. Medico legal Aspects of Burn fatalities, (Agra, 1988).
  6. An Alleged Case of Spiritual Coma, (Agra, 1988).
  7. Non-accidental Injury in children – a Case Report, (Co-author, Berhampur, 1989).
  8. Mutilation after Murder, (Co-author, Berhampur, 1989).
  9. Incidence & Pattern of suicides – A Five Year Study, (New Delhi, 1990).
  10. Suicides by Firearms (New Delhi, 1990).
  11. Bomb Blast Injuries, (New Delhi, 1990).
  12. Electrical Injuries – an autopsy study, (Lucknow, 1991).
  13. Attempted concealing of Homicide by Burn Injuries, (Co-author, Varanasi, 1991)
  14. Healing of Abrasions – A Clinical Study, (Co-author, Varanasi, 1991)
  15. Violent Asphyxia Deaths - A Five Year Study, (Calcutta, 1992)
  16. Cyanide Poisoning, (Amritsar, 1994).
  17. Atrocities on Women in India, (Amritsar, 1994).
  18. Aluminium Phosphide Poisoning – Is Ban a Solution, (Amritsar, 1994).
  19. Deaths Due To Hospital Infections, (Amritsar, 1994).
  20. Pyloric Stenosis, (Amritsar, 1994).
  21. Medical Education Unit, (Amritsar, 1994).
  22. Crime Against women – a Panoramic View, (Faridkot, 1997).
  23. Pattern of Poisoning in Punjab, (New Delhi, 2001).
  24. Child rights violations in Schools, (Faridkot, 2001).
  25. A Rare Case of Bomb Blast, (Faridkot, 2001).
  26. Medical Negligence in Custodial Torture, (Faridkot, 2001).
  27. Medico-Social Impact Of Proliferation Of Small Arms And Its Effect On India (PGI, Chandigarh 2004)
  28. A Panoramic View Of Sexual Abuse In Children (ICFMT, Delhi 2004)
  29. Age Estimation In Old Individuals By CT Scan Of Skull (ICFMT, Delhi 2004)
  30. Female Foeticide – Current Scenario and its Implications (ICFMT, Delhi 2004)
  31. Postmortem Interval from insect Evidence (Punjab Science Congress, Patiala – 2005)
  32. Conversion to Hijrah- Is it need based or a crime (Dehradun, 2005)
  33. Premenstrual Syndrome Malady and the Law (Dehradun, 2005)
  34. Vitreous Humor Biochemistry: The Use Of Potassium For The Prediction Of Post Mortem Interval (Dehradun, 2005)
  35. Chronological Age Of Eruption Of Primary Teeth (Dehradun, 2005)
  36. Computerized Elucidation Of Fly Growth Patterns And Its Application To Forensic Entomology (Dehradun, 2005)
  37. Telemedicine in trauma care (Mullana, 2005)
  38. Revenge by bites (Chandigarh, 2005)
  39. Crime Scene Investigation (Chandigarh, 2005)
  40. Legal Aspects of Telemedicine (Siliguri, 2006)
  41. Eyes and trade: ethical dilemmas of eye donation (Siliguri, 2006)
  42. Traumatic Dislocation of Implanted Joint (Siliguri, 2006)
  43. Emergency Telemedicine (Siliguri, 2006)
  44. Trauma Care & Telemedicine (Siliguri, 2006)
  45. Diagnostic Telemedicine (Siliguri, 2006)
  46. Identification from Bite Marks on skin. (Amritsar, 2007)
  47. Age Estimation from fusion of Xiphisternum Joint
  48. Pattern And Trends of Arcus Senilis and Senile Cataract in Age Group of 40 -70 years. (Amritsar, 2007)
  49. Bird,s Eye View of Legal aspects of Medical Practice (Amritsar-2007)
  50. Medicolegal Aspects of Computerization in the Medical Field (Noida-2007)
  51. Bite Marks on Fruits- comparison and Analysis (Mumbai-2008)
  52. Foetal age determination by ultrasonography (Amritsar-2008)
  53. Acceptability and effects of socio-cultural crimes (Nagput-2009)
  54. Prevention of accidental poisoning- Need of the hour (Bhopal – 2010)
 
Guest Lectures/keynote addresses
 
International
  1. Human rights and Forensic Sciences, International Symposium on Forensic Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala
  2. Forensic Nursing in India, University of Colorado, USA, 2003
  3. Introduction of Forensic Nursing in India, Durban, South Africa, 2006
  4. Traffic Medicine, Aligarh, 2007
  5. Development of Forensic Nursing in India, USA, 2007
  6. Bite Marks on Various Objects: Comparison and Analysis, 1st International Eurasian Congress of Forensic Science, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008
  7. Forensic Odontology and its scope in India, INPAFO Workshop 2010, Ram Nagar Banur, India, 2010.
  8. Forensic odontology in crime scene investigations. 2nd annual conference of INPAFO, Ghaziabad, 2011.
  9. Overview of UN decade of Action for Road Safety, 1st INPAFNUS Conference, Ram Nagar, 2011
  10. Medicolegal aspects of child abuse in India, 9th APCCAN, New Delhi, 2011
  11. Comparison and analysis of Bite marks, national workshop on forensic odontology and 3rd workshop of INPAFO, Mumbai
  12. History and current scenario of forensic nursing science. 2nd conference of Indo pacific Academy of Forensic Nursing Science, Dhahan Kaleran, 2013
National
  1. Forensic Nursing in India – Benefits to the Society,  ICFMT – 2003, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
  2. Department of Forensic Science, Punjabi University, Patiala
  3. Medical and Social Aspects of Proliferation of Small arms and Light Weapons in South Asia, PGI Chandigarh, 2005
  4. Female Foeticide at ICFMT, New Delhi, 2005
  5. Small arms and light weapons, Nagpur, 2005
  6. Telemedicine and Telemedical Jurisprudence, Mullana, 2005
  7. Victimology of SALW, PGI, Chandigarh, 2005
  8. Legal Aspects of Telemedicine, Siliguri, 2006
  9. Panoramic View of Atrocities against Women, Mangalore, 2006
113.                      Telemedical Jurisprudence, Guwahati, 2006
114.        Medico-legal Aspects of General Practice, Hoshiarpur, 2006
115.        A bird’s eye view of legal aspects of medical practice, Amritsar, 2007
116.        Medico-legal Aspects of computerization in Medical field, Greater Noida, 2007
117.        Panoramic View of Legal and Ethical aspects of General Practice, Amritsar, 2008.
118.        Medicolegal Aspects of Trauma Cases. Ludhiana, 2009.
119.        Role of Forensic Nurse in Rape victim Examination. Patiala, 2009.
120.        Alcohol and its medicolegal considerations, Chandigarh, 2009.
121.        Prevention and medicolegal considerations of poisoning, Patiala, 2009.
122.        Ideal paper setting-Basic course on Medical Education Technology, Ram Nagar, 2009.
123.        Forensic Odontology – scope in India, Lucknow, 2010
124.        Medicolegal aspects of patient Care, Ludhiana 2010
125.        Global Trendz of forensic nursing, Pune, 2010
126.        Progress and scope of forensic odontology in India, Pune India, 2010
127.        Teaching a large group: lecture as a tool, Ram Nagar, 2010
128.        MCI and its status today, Patiala, 2010
129.        Bite marks in crime scene investigation, Pune-2011.
 


ATTENDANCE AT CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA AND CME PROGRAMMES:
 
INTERNATIONAL:
 
  1. Third Indo-Pacific Conference on Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Madras, 1989.
  2. International Symposium on Forensic sciences, Patiala, 1990.
  3. Third International symposia on Genetics Health and disease, Amritsar, 1995.
  4. XVI Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Forencon 1995, Salem, 1995.
  5. Forencon’96, International conference of Forensic Medicine, Surat, 1996
  6. Workshop on Striving for Excellence in sexology, Pune, 1996.
  7. Workshop on Skills in Sex Therapy, New Delhi, 1996.
  8. Forensic Dentistry, U.S.A., 1998.
  9. VIII International Symposium on Torture, New Delhi, 1999.
  10. International Symposium on forensic Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala, 2002
  11. Third international Conference of Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, New Delhi, 2002.
  12. International congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Forensicon – 2003 at Patna
  13. Conference of coalition against Sexual Crimes, Colorado at Breckenridge, U.S.A.
  14. International conference of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2004 at Goa
  15. Indo-US CME and Symposium on Recent Advances in AIDS Research, Chandigarh, 2005
  16. Forensic Medicon 2005, Dehradun
  17. Safety 2006, Durban, South Africa 2006
  18. 3rd Annual Conference of ISCAIP, Durban, South Africa, 2006
  19. AME-2006, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2006
  20. SAFCON-2007, Aligarh, 2007
  21. 16th International Conference on Safe Communities, Tehran, IR Iran, 2007
  22. WHO Meeting and Conference on Violence Reduction, Fife, Scotland, UK, 2007
  23. Scientific Meeting of International Association of forensic Nurses, USA, 2007
  24. Ist International Eurasian Congress of Forensic Science, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008
  25. SAFCON-2008, Noida, 2008
  26. 4th Milestones of global Campaign for Prevention of violence, Geneva, Switzerland, 2009.
  27. 8th ISPCAN Asia Pacific Regional Conference on child Abuse & Neglect incorporating the 12th Australian conference on child abuse and Neglect, Perth Australia, 2009.
  28. INPAFO Workshop 2010, Ram Nagar, Banur, India, 2010.
  29. 18th ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2010.
  30. 2nd annual conference of INPAFO, Ghaziabad 2011.
  31. 1st conference of INPAFNUS, Ram Nagar, 2011.
  32. 2nd conference of Indo Pacific Academy of forensic Nursing Science, Dhahan Kaleran, 2013.
 
 
NATIONAL:
 
  1. VIII Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Bombay, 1986.
  2. IX Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Dhanbad, 1987.
  3. X Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Agra, 1988.
  4. XII Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, New Delhi, 1990.
  5. Workshop on Modern Techniques in Forensic toxicology, Ahmedabad, 1990.
  6. Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Sciences – 1991, Lucknow, 1991.
  7. XIV Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Calcutta, 1992.
  8. Cardiology Symposium-92, Amritsar, 1992.
  9. National Association of Indian Doctors for prevention of nuclear war, Patiala, 1993.
  10. Symposium on sexual Exploitation of women in India, New Delhi.1993.
  11. Radiology Update-1993, Amritsar, 1993.
  12. XV Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Amritsar, 1994.
  13. XIV Annul Conference of Indian Orthopedic Association, Amritsar, 1995.
  14. X National conference of National Medicos Organization, Amritsar, 1995.
  15. National Update in Cardiology-95, Amritsar, 1995
  16. Scientific Meeting of Indian Academy of forensic Sciences, New Delhi, 1996.
  17. Punjab State Annual Conference of National Society for Prevention of Blindness, Faridkot, 1997.
  18. National Symposium on Fifty Years of Independence – Health Scenario, Faridkot, 1997.
  19. Symposium – 99 of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Patiala, 1999.
  20. National Update on Hypertension – 2000, 2000, Amritsar.
  21. National conference & Workshop on Poison Control, New Delhi, 2001
  22. National Medicine Update - 2001, Faridkot, 2001.
  23. First Annual Conference of North Chapter of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine and II Annual Conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Faridkot, 2001.    
  24. Third National Conference on Rabies, Apricon 2001, Amritsar, 2001.
  25. Fifth Annual conference of Punjab Ophthalmological Society, Faridkot, 2001
  26. National Conference and workshop on Poison Control, New Delhi, 2001.
  27. Northern Forensicon – 2001 at Faridkot, 2001.
  28. NZCIMACGP 2002 at Patiala, 2002.
  29. Awareness Campaign on Donation of Human Bodies and Organs, New Delhi, 2002
  30. CME workshop for teachers on Introduction of OSCE and OSPE in forensic Medicine and Toxicology, New Delhi, 2002.
  31. Third annual conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Patiala, 2002.
  32. 90th Indian Science Congress at Bangalore, 2003.
  33. Fourth Annual Conference of Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at New Delhi, 2003
  34. Seminar on Medico Social Impact of Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in South Asia and its Effect on India, Chandigarh, 2004.
  35. Fifth Annual Conference of Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at New Delhi, 2004
  36. National Workshop On Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Patiala, 2005
  37. Impact of Nuclear proliferation and Small Arms, Nagpur, 2005
  38. National conference on Modern Trends in Information and Communication Technology, Mullana, 2005
  39. Sixth Annual Conference of Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Chandigarh, 2005
  40. Fourth Annual Conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at Patiala, 2005
  41. Workshop on Rape Victim Examination, Patiala, 2005
  42. XXVII Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Siliguri, 2006.
  43. Orientation Program on Forensic Nursing , Faridkot, 2006
  44. Umeed, A fight against female Foeticide, Conference,, Patiala, 2006
  45. Workshop on Sexual Assault – Evidence Collection, Mangalore, 2006
  46. 1st Eastern Zonal conference of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Guwahati, 2006
  47. PAFMATCON – 2006, Hoshiarpur, 2006
  48. Forensic Medicon-2007, Amritsar, 2007
  49. CME on First Bone Marrow Transplant in Punjab. IMA Patiala, 2007.
  50. CME on Breast Feeding. IMA Patiala, 2007.
  51. CME on Latest Developments in Blood Transfusion Services. IMA Patiala, 2007.
  52. CME on Rational Use of Antibiotics. IMA Patiala, 2007.
  53. CME on Oncology. IMA Patiala, 2007.
  54. Medico-Legal Informatics, Greater Noida, 2007
  55. PAFMATCON-2007, Ram Nagar, Banur
  56. XXIX annual conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Mumbai, 2008.
  57. CME on Organ Preservation in Cancer- Current concepts in Radiation. IMA Patiala, 2008.
  58. CME on RNTCP-An Overview. IMA Patiala, 2008.
  59. CME on Adolescence, Ram Nagar, Banur, 2008.
  60. CME on Diagnosis of CAD from ECG to CT Angiography, IMA Patiala, 2008.
  61. Punjab Cardiology summit, Patiala, 2008.
  62. CME on Recent trends in cosmetic Surgery. IMA Patiala, 2009.
  63. 7th Annual conference of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Amritsar, 2008
  64. CME on Allegations of Medical Negligence- Can We Prevent It. IMA Patiala, 2009.
  65. XXX Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Nagpur, 2009.
  66. Workshop on Telemedicine and Tele-Education, CDAC, Chandigarh, 2009.
  67. CME on Medicolegal update & consumer Protection Act, Ludhiana, 2009.
  68. CME cum workshop on Medicolegal Update on Rape Victim Examination. Patiala, 2009.
  69. ISO Internal auditors training Program, Ram Nagar, 2009.
  70. Awareness Program on Hospital Accreditation, Chandigarh, 2009.
  71. Annual Conference of Indian Society of Toxicology, Chandigarh, 2009.
  72. Basic course on Medical Education Technology, Ram Nagar, 2009.
  73. 8th Annual Conference (CME) of Punjab Academy of forensic medicine and Toxicology, Patiala, 2009.
  74. XXXI Annual conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Bhopal, 2010.
107.          1st DMC Alumini CME, Ludhiana, 2010.
108.          Mid Year CME Program, Role of Medical Professionals in Crime Detection, Patiala, 2010.
109.          VIII annual conference of Indian Association of forensic odontology, Lucknow, 2010
110.          9th annual conference of Punjab academy of forensic medicine and toxicology, Patiala, 2010.
111.          Symposium on forensic odontology, Pune 2011.
112.          Natioanl workshop on forensic odontology and 3rd workshop of INPAFO, Mumbai, 2011.
113.          CME & Workshop on blood pattern analysis 2012, at Gian Sagar Medical College, Ram Nagar Banur,   District Patiala, Punjab India.
114.          Annual Conference of IAFM, Raipur 2012.
115.          Medical Council of India, Basic course workshop in Medical Education Technologies, Lucknow, 2012.
116.          Workshop on cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Rama Medical College, Kanpur, 2012
117.          Workshop on Basic course In MET, Rama Medical College, Kanpur, 2012.
118.          National conference of ICFMT at PGI, Chandigarh, 2013.
 
 
Referees:
 
  1. Dr. TD Dogra, Vice Chancellor, SGT University, Budhera, Gurgaon , Haryana India 122505 (+919868176355, tddogra@aol.com)
  2. Dr. Dalbir Singh , Professor and Head, Forensic Medicine, PGI Chandigarh (+919914208206, drdalbirsingh@rediffmail.com)
  3. Mr. Amarjit Singh Kaleran, President, Guru Nanak Mission Medical and Educational Trust, Dhahan Kaleran, district SBS Nagar, Punjab 144505, India (Mobile number:+919803344309, principalgnmmc@yahoo.com)
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