Important Abbreviation in Forensic Science

Following are some Important Abbreviation in Forensic Science

ATFBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives 
BARCBhabha Atomic Research Centre
CBICentral Bureau of Investigation
CCSRCollective Corporate Social Responsibility
CDFDCentre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics 
CEContinuing Education
CELChemical Examiner’s Laboratory
CENOFOCentre for Novel Forensics
CFPBCentral Finger Print Bureau
CFPDPContinuing Forensic Professional Development Programme
CFSLCentral Forensic Science Laboratory
CPDPContinuing Professional Development Programme
CRAIGCrazy Ideas Grant
CSACrime Scene Analysis
CSICrime Scene Investigation/ Investigator
DCDetective Constable
DDFTDisaster Death Forensic Team
DEFOSERDepartment of Forensic Service
DFSDirectorate of Forensic Science
DIFOSERDirectorate of Forensic Service
DNADeoxyribonucleic acid
DRDODefence Research & Development Organization
DSTDepartment of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology
EMRExtramural Research
ETOHIntoxicated (ethyl alcohol)
FBIFederal Bureau of Investigation
FCSFlexible Complementing Scheme (in situ promotion)
FIForensic Investigator
FISHForensic Information System for Handwriting
FMForensic Medicine
FMEForensic Medical Examiner
FOCIForensic Council of India
FOSHCOMForensic Stake Holders Consultative Committee
FOSIDOCForensic Service Information and Documentation Centre
FPBFinger Print Bureau
FSForensic Science
FSLForensic Science Laboratory
FSSForensic Science Service
GEQDGovernment Examiner of Questioned Documents
GLPGood Laboratory Practice
GoIGovernment of India
HQHeadquarters
HRRPHuman Resource Recruitment and Progression
IBIntelligence Bureau
IBISIntegrated Ballistic Information System
IFOSIBIndian Forensic Service Improvement Board
IFOSIGIndian Forensic Service Improvement Grant
IMRIntramural Research
IMSInformation Management System
ISOInternational Organization for Standardization
JRFJunior Research Fellow(ship)
LIMSLaboratory Information Management System
MACMulti Agency Centre (under IB)
MFSLMobile Forensic Science Laboratory
MHAMinistry of Home Affairs
MoHFWMinistry of Health and Family Welfare
NAA UnitNeutron Activation Analysis Unit
NABLNational Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories
NatGridNational Intelligence Grid
NCRBNational Crime Records Bureau
NCTCNational Counter – Terrorism Council
NFSONational Forensic (Science /) Service Organization
NIANational Investigation Agency
NICFS / LNJN NICFS(Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan) National Institute  of Criminology and Forensic Science
NISTNational Institute of Standards and Technology
USA NPA / SVP NPA(Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel) National Police Academy
NSGNational Security Guard
PACProgramme Advisory Committee
PDPProfessional Development Programme
POPPolicy Panel
PPPPublic Private Partnership
PTProficiency  Testing
R&DResearch and Development
RAREFARapid Response Forensic Authority
RELIFReserve List of Forensic professionals
RFSLRegional Forensic Science Laboratory
SACCScientific Advisory  Committee to the Cabinet
SAC-PMScientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister
SFSLState Forensic Science Laboratory
SOCScene of crime / occurrence
SPVSpecial Purpose Vehicle
STFScientific  Task  Force
SWATSpecial Weapons and Tactics
TBRLTerminal  Ballistics  Research  Laboratory

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