Books & Publications

October, 2012 after coming from Cambridge (UK) to India, I have started working with Government Registered Organization SIFS INDIA where I use to deal with various types of Forensic Services: such as Forensic Education, Forensic Investigation, Forensic Training, Forensic Internship, Forensic Research, Security Services, and Scientific Equipment Department. In SIFS INDIA, I have experience of taking fingerprints from dead bodies, criminals and suspect, from crime scenes, Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) for private organizations, visa immigrations and for FBI on real cases. In addition, I have also given my expert reports, expert opinions after analyzing more than 50 hand writing, signature and fingerprints cases, 2 MMS cases, 1 case of motor vehicle identification, and 1 case of voice forgery reorganization..

On 06-July, 2012, I was awarded by Master in forensic science from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (England, UK). During this program, I got exposure to basic and various advanced areas of Forensic Science. I feel great fascination for advance study and research in the field of Forensic and its application in any crime investigation as well as other interdisciplinary research areas. I want to further improve my strong technical skills, which can be achieved by joining forensic PhD program in your university; which is known for having excellent academic, research atmosphere and cooperative scientific community.

PUBLICATIONS, MAMBERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION:

  • Sharma M. (2013) Pharmacophore Modeling for leukemia. International Science Congress Association (ISCA) International E- Publication: Pharmaceutical Sciences: Master, pp 1-93. ISBN: 978-93-84648-60-2 Click Here
  • Sharma, M. (2013). Method development for analysis of Amphetamine-type drugs using GC-MS Forensic Toxicology & drugs Abuse. Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN-13: 978-3-659-45267-3 Click Here
  • Sharma, M. (2013). Abstract: Method development for analysis of Amphetamine-type stimulants using GC-MS. Indore-INDIA: International Science Congress Association (ISCA) souvenir. -ISC-2012-9FS-06, PN: 165. Click Here
  • Sharma M. (2015). Molecular Modeling against Leukemia. International Science Congress Association (ISCA) International E- Publication: Biological Sciences Research, pp 1-337. ISBN 978-93-84648-61-9 Click Here
  • Sharma M. and Singh R.K. (2015). Critical Evaluation and Contribution of Virtopsy to Solved Crime. Research Journal of Forensic Sciences: 3 (1) 1-9. Click Here
  • Sharma M. and Singh R.K. (2015). Evaluation of Criminal Investigation with Time & New Technology. Research Journal of Forensic Sciences: 3 (2) 6-9. Click Here
  • Sharma M. and Singh R.K. (2015). Extraction, analysis and quantization of endogenous level of GHB from Human Hair. Research Journal of Forensic Sciences: 3 (3) 1-6. Click Here
  • Dr Singh R.K, Dr. Singh N., Ms. Khanna S., Ms. Mishra N., Sharma M. (04/2015). Conference Paper: Forensic Psychological perspective in sexual assault cases. National Conference on "Role of Forensic Science in Crime against Women", Cancer Hospital, Gwalior.
  • Dr Singh R.K., Dr. Singh N, Sharma M., Sharma S., Ms. Mishra N. (04/2015). Conference Poster: Forensic Analysis in Violence against women. National Conference on "Role of Forensic Science in Crime against Women", Cancer Hospital, Gwalior.
  • . Khanna S., Sharma M. and Singh R.K. (2015). Cheiloscopy: Frequency of Pattern in different Quadrant in females. Research Journal of Forensic Sciences: 3 (4) 1-9. Click Here
  • Dr Singh R.K., Yan Peng and Sharma Mahesh. (2015). Human hair analysis and quantitation of endogenous level of Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB). Journal of Forensic, Toxicology and Medicolegal Analysis: 1 (1): 3-5. Click Herte
  • Dr Singh R.K., Sharma, M. & Wepeba Pet-Paul (2015). Abstract: A case of three Deltas in a Fingerprint. International Science Congress Association (ISCA) INDIA, At Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, souvenir. - ISCA-ISC-2015-9FMDN-20- Oral, PN: 116. Click Here
  • Afreen Tarannum, Dr. Ranjeet Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Innovative Approach for Managing Crime Scene by First Responder. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Deepika Singh, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Use of DNA Technology in Forensic Dentistry. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Garima Rastogi, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Dr. Shefali Gola, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: time dependent quantification of dna from bloodstains present on different fabrics. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Kaneeka Joshi, Dr. Ranjeet Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Overlapped fingerprint Identification using MATLAB Software. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Kratika Mishra, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Diversity of Diatom Species from Two Tributaries of Betwa River: A Comparative Approach. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Nirupama Gourh, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Fingerprints and their rustle in investigating and gathering it from crime scene. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Pragati Mishra, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: Human Hair Analysis among Different Castes Having Potential Application in Forensic Investigation. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow
  • Ms. Sonia Kumari, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: sensitivity of kastle meyer’s test. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Vivek khare, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Dr. Ankit Srivastava, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: particle size distribution of soil samples of various places. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Yamini Tanwar, Dr. Ranjeet Kr. Singh, Mr. Mahesh Sharma (2016). Conference Paper Abstract: analysis of bite marks at crime scene. Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT), Lucknow.
  • Fellow Member of SIFS INDIA.
  • Fellow Member of International Science Congress Association (ISCA).
  • DOEACC “A” level (PG-Level) in Bioinformatics Delhi. (A unit of DOEACC Society, An autonomous body of Deptt. of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Govt. of India) one paper left.