Distinguished visiting professors from the National Forensic Science University of India, Purvi Pokharyal and Chetan Satyajit, made an enriching visit to the Tashkent State University of Law from October 6th to 13th. This collaboration provided a unique opportunity for the exchange of invaluable knowledge and expertise in the field of forensic science and law.
During their week-long visit, Professors Purvi Pokharyal and Chetan Satyajit engaged in a series of academic and professional interactions with the faculty and students of Tashkent State University of Law. These exchanges allowed for a fruitful sharing of experiences and insights, contributing to the growth of forensic science and legal studies in both countries.
On the final day of their visit, a special ceremony was held at Tashkent State University of Law, during which Purvi Pokharyal was honored with the prestigious title of “Honored Professor.” This recognition was bestowed in appreciation of her remarkable contributions to the field and her dedication to fostering international cooperation in forensic science and legal education.
Honored Professorship Awarded to Purvi Pokharyal in Recognition of Contributions
In addition to their academic engagements, the visiting professors also had the opportunity to explore key institutions in Uzbekistan dedicated to forensic science and law enforcement. They visited the Republican Forensic Expertise Center, named after H. Sulaymanova, where they had an insightful exchange of ideas and best practices with experts in the field. Furthermore, the professors explored the Law Enforcement Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, strengthening the ties between both nations in the realm of law enforcement and criminal justice.
This collaborative effort represents a significant step towards enhancing the quality of education, research, and practice in the fields of forensic science and law. It also reflects the commitment of both countries to foster international partnerships and exchanges that will benefit the global community.
The visit of Professors Purvi Pokharyal and Chetan Satyajit from the National Forensic Science University of India to Tashkent State University of Law is a testament to the power of international collaboration in advancing the fields of forensic science and legal studies. The exchange of knowledge and experiences between these esteemed institutions promises to leave a lasting impact on the future of forensic science and law in both India and Uzbekistan.