Eligibility For Forensic Science Courses (For Ph.D. IN FORENSIC SCIENCE)

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INFORMATION

In this discipline Professionals apply their knowledge of science to analyze the evidence found at a crime scene and to assist the legal system. An analysis could involve anything from an object at the crime scene to fingerprints, body fluids, bones, saliva, DNA traces, trace evidences, digital data, etc.

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Ph.D. in Forensic Science is a Research level program the duration of which ranges from 2 years to 5 years.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Students seeking admission to Ph.D. in Forensic Science course must hold a Master’s degree in relevant discipline or equivalent from a recognized university. Candidates have to clear the cut off marks set by the respective College/ University to get admission to this course.

Who Should Opt?

Good academic skills with fundamental knowledge of various fields of science is necessary.  Some others skills are given below:

✔Good hold on science subjects,

✔Logical and Independent mind,

✔High degree of accuracy and attention to detail in one’s nature of work,

✔Observation and Scientific skills,

✔Patience and concentration,

✔Ability to work under pressure for long hours,

✔Team spirit, strong written and spoken communication skills.

Here follows a list of some universities and colleges in India that offer Ph.D. in Forensic science.

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