Mr. Sudhanshu Shekher Tiwari

Assistant Professor

About Mr. Sudhanshu Shekher Tiwari

Mr. Sudhanshu Shekher Tiwari is presently working as an Assistant Professor (Forensic Science), School of Forensic Science and Risk Management, Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gujarat. He holds M.Sc. in Forensic Science with specialization in Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology along with B.Sc. (H) Chemistry from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi.  He has cleared UGC – NET (LS) in June, 2015 and has cumulative experience of approximately 3 years in the field of research, industry and education. He began his career as a Junior Research Fellow, IIT Mandi where he worked on a SERB funded project on “Stimuli responsive smart Nanocarriers for Theranostic applications” and “Trace evidence analysis using SERS”. He has been associated as a Junior analyst at National Dope Testing Laboratory, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, New Delhi which one of the 36 WADA accredited laboratory across globe, imparting his services in the field of drug screening and identification of human athletes and equine sports. He has also been engaged as Assistant Professor (Forensic Science), Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab where he taught various sub disciplines of Forensic Science, guided students in various research projects and also undertook various administrative roles and responsibilities. Post that he has been engaged at Raksha Shakti University since August, 2019. His research areas of interest are Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry & Toxicology, Nanotechnology, Drug testing and poison analysis. He has also presented research papers at various national and international conferences related to Forensic Psychology & Behavioural sciences. Apart from academics, He was recommended for Indian Air Force (MET Branch) from 3 AFSB, Gandhinagar in April, 2016,had been an active member of Verve, Western Dance Society of SVC, DU, also cleared IELTS (Academic Module) with 8 bands in August, 2018, also a sports enthusiast with strong inclination towards Cricket and Table Tennis.