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Dr. Shrikant Subhash Asawa Id: JS6306
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Age: 22 Jul 1968
Gender: Male
Department Forensic medicine
Years of Experience: 20
Location: Bhopal
State: Madhya Pradesh
Country: India
Highest Qualification level: Postgraduation
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Expected Salary: 50 lakhs INR
Professional Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 
1.Assistant Lecturer 22 July 1992 – January 1993 in Department of anatomy in RMC of PMT (Loni). 
2.Assistant Lecturer 5 January 1993 – February Feb. 1996 in Department of Forensic Medicine in RMC of PMT (Loni). 
3.Assistant Professor 1 March 1996 – February 2001 in Department. of Forensic Medicine in RMC of PMT (Loni). 
4.Associate Professor - 1 March 2001 – 28 February 2005 in Department of Forensic Medicine in RMC of PMT (Loni). 
5.Professor and Head - 1 March 2005 to 02 February 2006 in Department of Forensic Medicine in RMC of PMT (Loni). 
6.Also served as in- charge Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology between 25 June 1994 – 4 August. 1994 and 28 June. 1996 – 15 September. 1998 in RMC of PMT (Loni), Maharashtra.
7.Professor and Head– 03 February 2006 to till date in Department of  Forensic Medicine in Peoples College of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bhanpur, Bhopal (M.P.)
 
EXPERIENCE AS EXAMINER IN FORENSIC MEDICINE
a)Under graduate (II M.B.B.S):- appointed several times as examiner in  the following universities,
Bombay, Pune, Marathwada, North Maharashtra, Maharashtra University of health sciences, Nasik,  Rajiv Gandhi Health University – Bangalore, Karnataka, Barkatullah university ,  Bhopal., Rajasthan University of Health Sciences ,Peoples University, Bhopal.   
b)Post graduate (M.D. Forensic medicine):- appointed chairman  P G examinations for Maharashtra University of health sciences Nasik, Pune University.  
13.Biological warfare – bio – terrorism, fourth annual national conference of Indian congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. AIIMS, New Delhi, 22nd to 23rd march 2003.
14.Euthanasia, fourth annual national conference of Indian congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology AIIMS, New Delhi, 22nd to 23rd march 2003.
15.A comparative study of status of poisoning in central Maharashtra and southern Rajasthan. XXV silver jubilee conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicolgy
Teaching Experience: 20
TEACHING EXPERIENCE-

1.Problem based learning tutor  - 4 years   
2.Undergraduate -  21 years (II MBBS.)
3.Post graduate   -  13 years (MD ,FMT)

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS PUBLISHED/PRESENTED
1.Maharashtra earth quake: Journal of association of Agricultural Medicine and Rural Health, by Dr. S. K. Sighal, Mr. K v Somasundaram, Dr. Shrikant Asawa. 1993.
2.Status of poisoning in a rural hospital of Maharashtra, Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. Vol. 18, no.1, Jan – June 2001. Pg. No. 12 – 16
3.Medical negligence Vis – a – Vis medical profession in changing scenario. Medico – legal update, vol.  7, no 1, Jan- march 2007; p.p. 19 – 22.
4.Pattern of Vehicular Accidents In Pravara Region: A Rural Region of Ahmadnager District of Maharashtra Year: 2003, Volume: 20, Issue: 2
5.Age Determination from Teeth, International Conference of Forensic Medicine, AIIMS, Nov. 1998.
6.Medical negligence: lucid representation of example of medical negligence using cartoons (Best Poster Presentation). International conference of Forensic Medicine, AIIMS, Nov. 1998.
7.Medico legal evaluation of burn deaths in females from Jan 1994 to Oct. 1998. International conference on women and child held at Rural medical college, Loni, 14 – 16 Nov. 1998. 
8.Identification from teeth: XXII annual national conference of Indian academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. Jaipur- 5 – 7 January 2001.
9.Prenatal diagnostic techniques act 1994, fourth annual national conference of Indian congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. AIIMS, New Delhi, 22nd to 23rd march 2003.
10.Custodial death – a case study, fourth annual national conference of Indian congress of forensic medicine and toxicology. AIIMS, New Delhi, 22nd to 23rd march 2003.
11.A case study of custodial death - Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Vol. 21, no.1, Jan – June 2004. PG.No. 18 – 20.
12.Suicide v/s homicide – an interesting case study - Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Vol. 21, no.2, Jan – June 2004

Education: Postgraduation
1.M.B.B.S., Pune University, 1991
 2.M. D. Pune University, 1995
Both Degrees are recognized by Medical  
 Council of India, New Delhi approved 
Post Graduate Guide of Pune University,
 Pravara   Deemed University, Loni ,   Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik, Peoples University, Bhopal