Mr. Mohinder Singh

Emeritus Resource Faculty, School of Forensics, Risk Management & National Security (SFSRMNS).
Former GEQD, CFSL, Directorate of Forensic Science Services, MHA, Government of India.
  • M.Sc. (Chemistry) from Punjabi University Patiala 1972
  1. Associated with the field of forensic document examination for the last about 44 years.
  2. Worked as a Forensic Document Examiner in prestigious and heritage laboratories of Government Examiner of Questioned Documents Shimla and Hyderabad under the administrative control of the Directorate of forensic sciences, Govt. of India.
  3. Reported/opined in about 4000 criminal and civil cases referred by various investigating agencies including CBI, Govt. Departments, PSU’s including Banks as well as by various courts of law and tendered evidence in more than 1000 cases in various courts of law, departmental enquiries and GCM’s throughout the country.
  4. Working as a guest faculty in the field of forensic documents, associated with various training programs run by the NPA, CDTI, LNJPNNIC&FS, public sector banks and Forensic Science departments of Osmania University, Punjabi University and B.H.U.
  5. Presented various papers in forensic science in All India Conferences, Seminars and Workshops.
  6. Participated in recent ‘19th Wroclaw Symposium on Questioned Document Examination’, (Poland) in 2020.
  • Singh Mohinder, Vaid B.A, Joshi M.C, Lal B; Applications of plain paper copier in forensic documents; Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 25 (1 & 2), 1986, pp 38-47.
  • Singh Mohinder, Singh Santokh; A group of simulated signatures- their apparition and authorship: a case study; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners, Vol. 25, Dec. / Jan. 1999, pp 441-445.
  • Singh Mohinder, Vaid B.A., Jasuja O.P.; Limits of Science, or The Science of limits? A Document Expert’s Dilemma; The Forensic Scientist on- Line Journal, Vol. 8, March 2005, pp 1-7.
  • Vaid B.A., Singh Mohinder, Sood N.C.; Sequencing order of written strokes – A theoretical approach; The Forensic Archive, August 2010, pp 1-3.
  • Singh Mohinder, Vaid B.A., Shankar P.V., Jasuja O.P.; Forensic Ink-dating—Are we really close? ; The Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. 32, no. 2, July- Dec. 2011.
  • Singh Mohinder, Semwal J.K.; Signs of hesitation, or photocopier imperfections? The expert’s dilemma; The Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. 32, No. 2, July- Dec. 2011.
  • Vaid B.A., Singh Mohinder, Bhardwaj P; Introduction of security features in routine bank instruments to prevent frauds; CBI Bulletin, April- June 2012, pp 6-9.
  • Gupta Swapnil, Handa Deepak, Singh Mohinder; Forensic Handwriting Identification (FDI); Chapter in book entitled ‘Forensic Science for Criminal Justice System’ published by Selective & Scientific Publishers, New Delhi, 2012.
  • Sharma Rashmi, Kumar Rajeev, Srivastava Seema, Singh Mohinder, Gupta A.K; Processed inkjet inks analysis by high performance thin layer chromatography; The Indian Police Journal, Vol. IX, No. 1, Jan- March 2013, pp 161-167.
  • Singh Mohinder; Incorporation of various security features for protection of important valuable documents; (The Indian Police Journal, Vol.XII, No. 1, Jan-Mar 2015, p 192215).
  • Jasuja O. P. , Kaur A. and Singh Mohinder; Inter-script comparison of handwriting features leading to their identification & authorship; (Nowa Kodyfikawa Prawa Karnego. Tom Xlu Avwr no. 3784 Wroclaw 2017).
  • Mishra Suryakant, Singh Mohinder, Bhagrav Vikas; Forensic Examination of Digitally Fabricated Signatures in Printed Documents; [Problems of Forensic Sciences 2017, Vol. 112 (CXII), 111-122]
  • Jasuja O.P., Mishra Suryakant, Singh Mohinder; Introduction of unique artifacts in handwriting line due to multi-generation photocopying and their influence on forensic handwriting analysis; [Turkish Journal of Forensic Sciences. 17 (4): 7-16: 2018)].
  • Singh Mohinder, Jasuja O.P.; Best practices for forensic document examiners: a review and commentary; (The Indian Police Journal@bprd.mha BPR&D publications; 2019)
  • Mishra S.K., Sharma Priya, Singh Mohinder and Jasuja O.P.; What forensic information does a photocopier reproduction convey- is it suitable and sufficient to lead an expert to a definite conclusion?; (Problems of Forensic Sciences , 2019, Volume 117, 19-36)
  • Jasuja O.P., Mishra Suryakant, Singh Mohinder; Forensic Evaluvation of line quality features occuring in multi-generational photocopied handwriting; [Turkish Journal of Forensic Sciences. 18(2): 7-19; 2019 )]
  • Threja Mohit, Saini Komal, Singh Mohinder; A study of the effect of unusual writing instruments and surfaces on handwriting characteristics (Problems of Forensic Sciences, 2019, Volume 118, 101-118)
  • Singh Mohinder and Jasuja O.P.; Dancing pen-the ultimate test of graphically matured skilled writers; Presented in 19th. Wroclaw symposium on questioned document examination, 2020, October 7-8; Accepted for publication in Journal New Criminal Law Codification (JNCLC), 2020
  • Joshi, M.C.; Singh Mohinder; Joshi, T.; Damaging similarities in highly skilled signature simulations-their detection and authorship; Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences and Forensic Medicine, 2020, Volume 2 Issue (2), 201-212
  • Life member of Indian Academy of Forensic Sciences
  • Life member Indian Science Congress Association