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handwriting identification   The Hindustan Times dated 18/02/96
    says, “......In today’s proceedings, which lasted for about five hours, (at Jaipur) he (Mr. Bansi Lal Gupta, the Returning Officer for Rajya Sabha elections) Read More
 
     
 
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    “Ashok Kashyap is a unique crime buster. His Forgery Detection Bureau Read More
 
     
 
handwriting expert   THE HINDU dated 02/08/91
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PT. ASHOK KASHYAP, Director

Kashyap's International Forgery Detection Bureau
(Estd. Since 1935, Oldest running office in India / Asia )
Above C-Lal Chemist, Opp. Ritz Cinema, 1/1422,  Nicholson Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi – 110006 (INDIA)
Phone : (O) +91 011 23983019
Telefax : (R) +91 011 27603244
Mobile : +91 9810379221
E-mail : akdirector@hotmail.com
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INVITATIONS OF LECTURES FROM SEVERAL STAFF TRAINING CENTERS RELATING TO NATIONALISED BANKS, PUBLICATIONS & PRESS RELEASES

 
A: INVITATIONS OF LECTURERS FROM SEVERAL STAFF TRAINING CENTERS RELATING     TO NATIONALISED BANKS:
  1. Shri Satish Chopra, Faculty Member/Chief Officer, Zonal Training College, Central Bank of India, Noida vide letter dated 11/11/89, says, “...I am thankful to you for having accepted our invitation and sharing your rich experience by delivering your lecture on the subject – Study of Disputed Writings and Examination of Handwriting Expert”.

  2. The Faculty Incharge, Indian Bank, Zonal Training Centre, Janakpuri, New Delhi vide letter dated 21/05/90 says, “...We requested you to kindly conduct a session on Handwriting and Signature Verification meant for Sr. Officers at our training centre, Janakpuri, New Delhi”.
  3. Shri P.V. Subba Rao, Faculty Member Incharge, Indian Overseas Bank, Janakpuri, New Delhi says, “...Requested you to contact us immediately regarding your availability for the session pertaining to the Refresher Course for Promotion Officers on the subject “Examination of Documents”.
  4. The Principal, Staff Training Centre, the Federal Bank Ltd., Alwaye (Kerala) vide letter dated 24/09/90 says, “...Our intention is to arrange a lecture by you for the benefit of the senior executives of the Bank if and when you visit Cochin”.
  5. Shri. R. Nambirajan, Chief Vigilance, New Bank of India, New Delhi vide letter dated 19/09/90 says, “...We shall be glad if you could make it convenient to deliver a talk on scientific examination of documents to the participants during the in house training programme on vigilance at Staff Training College, Faridabad”.
  6. Regional Manager-II, State Bank of India, Zonal Office, Sambalpur (Orissa) vide letter dated 13/09/90 says, “...You are most welcome to interact with our staff during the said lectures i.e. Lecture on various aspect of Questioned Documents Examination. Whether it will be convenient for you to come to this place on our invitation?”.
  7. Shri C.M. Sen, Sr. Manager, Staff Training Centre, Bank of Baroda, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi says, “...We thank you for your lecture on various aspects of questioned documents examination held at our Centre. It was appreciated to the participants.”
  8. Shri K. Sachdeva, Chief Instructor, Bank of India, Zonal Training Centre, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi vide letter dated 17/11/92 says, “...You are requested to visit our Centre to deliver a lecture on the theme ‘Scrutiny of specimen signature & prevention of Fraud’ to the trainees.”
  1. Sh. Rajnikant Verma, Secretary Committee of InformationTechnology, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in a Certificate of Appreciation dated 29/08/2012 says, “... We hereby thank and appreciate the efforts and content delivered by Mr. Ashok Kashyap for having conducted the Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting & Fraud Detection, in an excellent and exemplary manner conducted by the Committee of InformationTechnology of the Institute of Chartered Accounts of India held at Baroda”.
 
B: OUR PUBLICATIONS:
  1. Our office has edited glorious scientific Journals in the past on the subject of “Questioned Documents” as early as and between the years 1935 & 1956 edited by Pt. Ugrasen Kashyap (my Father). In 1935 was published, the Journal titled as “DOCUMENT DISPUTES which won accolades Internationally in 1956 & our branch office at Guntur, Andhra Pradesh published the Journal titled “THE DOCUMENT EXAMINER & SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE”. They were hailed & widely appreciated for the graphic & subtle quality of the articles and their scientific contents internationally. Even Mr. Ordway Hilton and Late Mr. A.S. Osborn, both Eminent “Document Examiners” appreciated them. Pt. Ugrasen Kashyap, the Editor was hailed as an iconoclast because of these brilliant ventures.
The following are my publications:
  1. Co-Author: “Law relating to presumptions & Proof of Documents including Questioned Documents under Forensic Science, 2nd Ed. 2011 (Published by ALT) Hyderabad.”

    III.   Disputed Document problems & miscellaneous references.

    IV.   References from Nationalised Banks.

    V.   All India and Foreign Court references.

C: PRESS RELEASES:
  1. The Hindustan Times dated 18/02/96 says, “…..In today’s proceedings, which lasted for about five hours, (at Jaipur) he (Mr. Bansi Lal Gupta, the Returning Officer for Rajya Sabha elections) recorded the statement of one handwriting expert (Ashok Kashyap, Delhi), produced by (Mr. Bhanwar Lal Sharma), whose nomination was rejected on Feb., 10 during the scrutiny….. Mr. Sharma’s nomination was rejected on the ground as one of the signatories to his nomination paper…..appeared before the returning officer and said that he had not signed the nomination paper.

  2. International Herald Tribune dated 08/09/03 says, “Ashok Kashyap, a New Delhi-based Handwriting Expert with 40 years of experience, said Gilhotra’s actual signature does not match.”……………………………………..
  3. DELHI MID DAY, dated 31/07/92 says, “Ashok Kashyap is a unique crime buster. His Forgery Detection Bureau in the Capital checks the authenticity of documents with the aid of advanced scientific techniques…………………………………………......………………………………………………….”
  4. THE HINDU, dated 02/08/91 (Gurgaon Edition) says, “Mr. Ashok Kashyap runs a Private Bureau for detecting forgery, a legacy inherited from his father, a noted Handwriting Expert, Ugrasen Kashyap.”…………………….
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