Mr. Baljeet Yadav
Assistant Professor: Forensic Science
Baljeet is an expert in the area of forensic toxicology, forensic botany, and forensic ballistics. He taught these subjects for more than five years at Amity University, SGT University and G D Goenka University.
Baljeet completing his PhD in Forensic Sciences at the University of Bundelkhand, Jhansi. He also completed the MSc. Forensic Science and BSc. (Hons.) Forensic Science at the University of Bundelkhand, Jhansi. Baljeet has also successfully completed the UGC NET- JRF Examinations in 2014.
Publications (from 2015)
‘Age, sex and stature estimation from footprint dimensions’, Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine, 1(5), pp. 497-507. (Singh, P., and Yadav, B., 2017).
‘Forensic phonetics: A linguistic approach’, Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 18(2), pp. 1-6. (Rohatagi, S., Yadav, B., and Gupta, V., 2018).
‘Cypermethrin toxicity: A review’, Journal of Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation, 9(4), pp. 01-03. (Sharma, A., Yadav, B., Rohatagi, S., and Yadav, B., 2018).
‘Forensic and pharmacognostic study of Jatropha curcas’, Journal of Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology, 2(1), pp. 32-37. (Yadav, B., Singla, A., and Dhingra, V., 2016).
‘Estimation of stature from upper arm length among the Hindu and Sikh population of Lucknow region’, International Journal of Development Research, 7(7), pp. 803-807. (Chauhan, P., Yadav, B., and Singla, A., 2017).
Baljeet’s current research interests are focused on forensic botany and plant derived evidences, plant poisons, forensic odontology as standard for personal identification and forensic anthropology in field of community sex determinations and personal identification.