NALSAR’s Center for Cyber Laws and Forensics Sciences (CLFS) is an interdisciplinary academic and research center in which leading edge technological advances in the field of Cyber security and Forensic Science are directed into understanding of meaningful real-world cyber and Physical crimes with legislative backing.
The scope of the Center for Cyber laws & Forensics Sciences:
- Collaborates with foundations, not-for-profits, educational institutions, private and government sectors to develop state-of-the-art education and training opportunities in the field of Cyber laws & Forensics Sciences.
- Enhances state, national and international Cyber Security and Forensics related legal frameworks by focusing on creating establishing techno-legal think-tank at the university.
- Serves as an internship clearinghouse for cyber defense and digital forensic students.
- Provides industry certification opportunities to students, legal professionals, law enforcement officials and government and private-sector personnel.
- Performs cyber security -related community outreach.
- Unique Features of the programs offered in the centre.
- Innovative curricula design with perfect blend of theory, practice and clinical exposure.
- Nurturing by professionals and practitioners from core expertise area.
- Exclusive advanced laboratory facility for nuanced understanding on forensic application.
- Learning through simulations.
- Exclusive clinical design for all programmes to facilitate experiential learning.
- Classroom learning through dialogical discourses and reflective practice.
- Limited intake of students with individual focus and mentoring.
- Career counselling and design of developmental graph for each student right from the first year.
- Pedagogy and teaching approach is designed to nurture/produce forensic justice professionals and policy makers.
Academic programs in offer
- M.A. (Criminal Law & Forensic Science)
- Advanced Diploma (Criminal Law and Forensic Science)
- Advanced Diploma in Cyber Laws
- Advanced Diploma in Cyber Security Data Protection Laws