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    The Telangana government and its Higher Education Department are still deciding on implementing courses for forensic sciences at diploma and undergraduate levels. These courses are crucial as new Criminal Laws will be enforced on July 1, 2024. The laws emphasize the need for proper infrastructure and skilled personnel, especially in electronic evidence.

    The Centre has extended the timeline for building necessary infrastructure like forensic labs to five years. They highlight the importance of Forensic Science in providing accurate and timely results for justice. The Evidence Act aims to enhance scientific capabilities in investigations for fair and transparent proceedings.

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    The Directorate of Forensic Science Services under the Ministry of Home Affairs is working to strengthen forensic services in India. They have identified six major groups, including Forensic Chemical sciences, Forensic Biological sciences, Forensic Physical Sciences, Forensic Electronics, Forensic Questioned Document examination, and Forensic investigation.

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    Despite the roadmap ahead, Telangana has not yet addressed the need for human resources in forensic sciences. The State higher education department has not discussed starting new courses or updating existing ones to align with the new Criminal Laws.

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