Lahore Garrison University’s recently established Digital Forensic Research and Service Centre (DFRSC) Monday initiated a special training course of ‘Certified white-collar crime investigator’ for National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officials.
Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana inaugurated the course. The governor, paying tribute to Major General Obaid Bin Zakria (Retd), vice chancellor, Lahore Garrison University, said: “Such unique courses will become an example for other educational institutes.”
The VC thanked the governor, adding that he was determined to accelerate institute’s educational activities in all possible dimensions, and leading the university towards an innovative information technology education provider in the region. The establishment of DFRSC is one of the important milestones towards achieving this goal, he added.
The training will explain investigative techniques for solving white-collar crimes, anti-money laundering, asset tracing techniques, digital forensic investigation, cyber-crimes and cyber security. Thirty-five investigating officers of NAB will attend the five-day course, concluding on March 31.
The course will be followed by evaluation exam of candidates on March 31, certificate of ‘White-Collar Crime Investigator’ will be awarded to successful candidates on the same day. It is for the first time that a university has offered such a course for the public and private sectors of the country.—APP