“Fingerprint Identification” is a comprehensive cognizance about the fingerprints, their characteristic features, types of pattern, prints at scene of crime, comparison and their significance. The knowledge entrenched in the five chapters of the respective book would be a tremendous significance to the officials; police officials, lawyers, researchers and to the students as well working in the field of Forensic Science and to those as well who are keen to expand their knowledge and horizons for the personal identification by use of fingerprints.
Prof. Surinder Nath (b.1945) has graduated as well as post graduated in Anthropology in 1967. He was awarded with the degree of P.hd. in 1972 from University of Delhi and started teaching after three years from then. He has expertise in Forensic Science from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory, C.B.I. New Delhi and taught the same at Anthropology Department at Delhi University. He has published over ten books on Forensic Science and Anthropology. He has been the Head of Department, Anthropology University of Delhi from January 2005 to December 2007.He was chairman of Standing Committee Besides being member of the Academic Council and Executive Council of Delhi University for three and two and a half year period. He is on the panel of Punjabi University, Patiala, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, GGS I.P. University, Delhi, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi and Amity University, Noida. He is member of the Academic Council of DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. At present he is working as senior professor in the department of Anthropology, University of Delhi.