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Deepak Sawant, Haryana sawant[dot]deepak[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Jun 16, 2017
Video Conferencing with NIC-Rajasthan

Demonstration of MedLEaPR-FSL Software

A workshop was organized for Medico Legal Examination & Post Mortem Report)- Forensic Science Laboratory (MedLEaPR-FSL)Software over Video Conferencing with Rajasthan. The application is developed by NIC-Haryana State Centre and already successfully running in Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh(UT).  On the direction from Hon'ble High Court Rajasthan, the MedLEaPR-FSL application is to be replicated in State of Rajasthan.  Mr Rahul Jain , Scientist-E (State Health Coordinator) and Mr. Deepak Sawant, Scientist-D, NIC-Haryana given the demonstration of MedLEaPR-FSL application during the workshop and shared experience of rollout of application in multistate with the participants of the workshop. The experts from Health Department, Forensic Science Laboratory, Home Department  of State of Rajasthan & NIC  attended the Video conferencing.  Approximate fifteen (15) numbers of participants attended the Video Conference.

                “Medico Legal Examination and Postmortem Reports System” (MedLEaPR) is a generic software developed by NICHaryana to facilitate computerization of MLRs & PMRs. Further, the system is workflow based, which provides requisite access security, based on roles & responsibilities of concerned Doctors and Health Institutes. This project is directly monitored by Hon'ble High Court of  Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh for State of Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh.