B.Sc Forensic Science

Forensic science is an application of scientific methods and techniques to matters under investigation by a court of law related to medical science which has 27 branches. The responsibility of forensic scientist is to collect evidences like blood samples, hair, eye print, fingerprints, footprint etc.., from a crime affected area and to send them to medical laboratory for detailed examination, and transforming the evidences to the acceptable methods of the courts.

Course Details

The course is designed to bring out the best forensic scientists .The course deals with Crime scene investigation, Sketching, Photography, Investigative techniques, Blood spattering/pattern analysis, Spectroscopy, Fingerprint examinations, human physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology/genetics, microbiology and many more. Students will learn how each of these disciplines can be applied in forensic science. They will gain practical and theoretical knowledge in all the areas where forensic scientists can specialise.

Supportive Environment

We have very good experienced faculties to teach and train students in this field. We have long standing and close links with all departments related to Forensic Science, where students will gain a practical exposure. This offers a challenging yet supportive environment in which to study.

Some of the Options of specializations for a Forensic scientists are
  • Forensic Expert
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Forensic Investigator
  • Forensic Psychologist
  • Forensic Medical Examiner
  • Crime Scene Investigator
  • Handwriting Expert
  • Document Expert
  • Document Analyst
  • Scientific Officer
  • Teacher / Professor
  • Crime Reporter
  • Finger Print Expert
  • Law Consultant
  • Government Examiner
  • Instructor
  • Genetic Expert
  • Environment Analyst
  • Technician

The quick decision making in your career planning is not always good for the safe and smooth future achievements, because today’s apt decision will transform your entire future in a colorful dimension. There was trend till the recent past that only LLB and MBBS holders had chosen the forensic course. We have to think seriously about the importance of B.Sc., Forensic Science course at this juncture. Those who seek any job oriented higher education course after 12th other than medical, engineering and other diploma courses, B.Sc., Forensic science course is very much apt for them. You will definitely get a respectable position with a high profile pay out after the successful completion of this course.

Career Opportunities
  • In India most of the jobs in forensic science field are under the central and state governments.
  • For E.G.Police Dept., Crime Branch, CBI, CID, Narcotic Dept., Defence, other investigation agencies.
  • Qualified candidates will have opportunities in private fields like banks, Hospitals, Colleges, Universities and Insurance companies. Your future will be secure by achieving a degree in forensic science.
  • According to the present scenario of our country the forensic career is under shortage occupation group. Hence this career has a wide range of scope and demand in our country and abroad.
Syllabus

To get a better idea about the course structure, let us check out some important subjects present in Forensic Science program.

                      Not all the subjects present in this program have been mentioned.

Subject Papers
  • Forensic law
  • Basic physics
  • Crime scene investigation
  • Instrumentation & analytical techniques
  • Fingerprint examination
  • Document examination
  • Ballistics & photography
  • Molecular biology
  • Forensic chemistry & toxicology
  • Serology & DNA fingerprinting
Course Duration

B.Sc Forensic Science is a 3 years program.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate must have passed Higher Secondary exam (12th standard )

Students of (science) group are eligible to join this course.

Admission Process

Global institute follows direct admission process. Interested candidates have to fill the application form. Deserving candidates will be allotted seats depending upon intake capacity of the institute and marks scored by them in board examination and entrance examination.