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National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme (NFIES) Approved by Cabinet till 2028-29

Central Committee of Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme on 19 June 2024. NFIES would be implemented with a financial outlay of Rs. 2254.43 crore. This scheme aims to provide funds for campuses, labs and enhancement of infrastructure. Read this article till the end to know complete details about N.F.I.E.S scheme which is slated to run by the year 2028-29.  

About National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme (NFIES) 2024

Union Cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi today approved the proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs for NFIES Central Sector Scheme. The central govt. will spend Rs. 2254.43 crore on National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme during the period from 2024-25 to 2028-29. Financial outlay of the Central Sector Scheme will be provisioned by the Ministry of Home Affairs from its own budget.

Components of National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme 

The cabinet committee has approved the following components under this N.F.I.E.S:-
  1. Establishment of Campuses of the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) in the country.
  2. Establishment of Central Forensic Science Laboratories in the country.
  3. Enhancement of existing infrastructure of the Delhi Campus of the NFSU.

Impact of N.F.I.E.S on Criminal Justice System

Union government of India is committed to put in place an effective and efficient criminal justice system, based on scientific and timely forensic examination of evidence. National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme underscores the importance of high quality, trained forensic professionals in the timely and scientific examination of evidence for an efficient criminal justice process. It would leverage the advancements in technology & evolve manifestations and methods of crime.

Need for National Forensic Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme

With the enactment of the New Criminal Laws which mandates forensic investigation for offences involving punishment of 7 years or more, a significant increase in the workload of forensic science laboratories is expected. Further, there is a significant shortage of trained forensic manpower in the Forensic Science Laboratories (FSL) in the country.

To meet this heightened demand, significant investment and enhancement in national forensic infrastructure is imperative. The establishment of additional off-campuses of the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) and new Central Forensic Science Laboratories (CFSLs) would address the shortage of trained forensic manpower, alleviate the case load / pendency of forensic laboratories, and align with the Government of India's goal of securing a high conviction rate of more than 90%.

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