Forensic Science

Forensic Science And Criminology

Forensic science is primarily concerned with the application of scientific principles for the investigation of crime. Using the very latest in technology, forensic scientists convert the clues collected from a crime scene into evidence admissible in a court of law. This may be in relation to a crime or a civil action. The word forensic comes from the Latin forensic, meaning “of or before the forum.”

CRIMINOLOGY is a part of science which deals with crime and its prevention. F.S  is a part in criminology, as it helps the criminologist to learn and utilize the evidences logically. It is mostly used to determine the latest methods of crime carried out by criminals.





ELIGIBILITY For admission into Bachelors Degree (U.G) a student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with science stream including biology.
M.Sc.: Those who have done graduation in traditional and applied science subjects are eligible for M.Sc. in Forensic Science.
PG Diploma: After graduation, one can also take up PG diploma courses in F. Science & Criminology.
DURATION: 1 year.
Post-mortem experts can join MD in Forensic Science after MBBS Degree. Higher studies like M.Phil and PhD courses are also there in Forensic Science.