The field of forensic science offers many specializations, from fingerprints to DNA.

The field of forensic science offers many specializations, from fingerprints to DNA.

With the help of forensic science, scientists use principles to investigate the evidence found in crimes.  This investigation is not limited to laboratory only.  In this field, with the help of many options of specializations like fingerprint chemistry, physics, psychology, ballistics, DNA, you can start a career in public and private sector.


What is required for admission?

Graduation

After doing 10+2 with Science stream, you can do B.Sc in Forensic Science.  There is no common entrance test for this.  So the admission process of every university is different.


post graduation

To do MSc in Forensic Science, it is mandatory to have any three subjects in B.Sc. Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Genetics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Psychology, Computer Science, Statistics, Forensic Science, Geology.


Forensic science is not just for medical students

Forensic science is commonly known as a specialization option for medical students.  However, along with medical, students from chemistry, biology, physics, engineering, social science, geology, psychology background can also choose this subject in higher education.  After MBBS, where students do PG in Forensic Medicine, after BSc, MSc is done in it.


You can do specialization in these options

Fingerprint and Question DocumentPsychological ForensicsDNA BallisticsForensic Chemistry Forensic Biology

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