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Forensi scientists are responsible for analyzing all physical evidences such as blood traces, saliva, hair, figner prints , footwear and tyre impressions , explosives etc found on a cime scne. Their are and nature of work mainly involves but not limited to crime scene investigation, foresic pathology , forensic psychology/ psychaitry , forensic dentistry / anthropology etc. They are employed by national investigative bureaus. Most of the forenisc experets work with law enforcement agencies such as police departments, central investigation deepartment, central bureau of investigation, private d

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Forensic Scientists category

Dear, Being [a graduate in pharmacy][1] you can apply for M.sc. in Forensic. But if you want to join this field you need to have gritty determination because it takes a lot of patience and sometimes tasks are very challenging. The task of forensic scientists is very challenging   as well as adventurous nowadays, due to the increase in the rate of organized crime. Therefore, organizations in India that deal with forensic science, especially forensic laboratories, are recruiting talented professionals in the field of forensic science.If you want to see yourself as [forensic scientis

1 answer Swati  Sibal in Forensic Scientists category

Dear Aspirant, Career Expert, Vivek has very well explained the field of Forensic Sciences. Forensic Science has very good scope in India. Along with the list of colleges/institution provided by career expert, I would like to add following: Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, Gandhinagar It offers Masters/MPhil and PhD level courses. Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

2 answers Vivek Negi in Forensic Scientists category

Dear friendForensic Sciences have huge career prospects like Forensic Scientists, Officers, Detectives, Professional, Fraud Examiners etc. Several institutes like National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science established by Govt. of India, New Delhi, Amity Institute of Behavioral Health  and Allied Sciences, Noida, Culkatta University, and several other institutes like Gujrat University offers several allied courses which make you a forensic experts and get the utility report card by visiting individual website:Govt and private jobs are available for such professionals, autonomou

1 answer manojjnu Kumar in Forensic Scientists category

Dear Aspirant, Both fields (MBBS and BSc Forensic Science) are different. If you are interested in investigation then Forensic Science is the best field. If you are interested in treating patients, go for MBBS. After BSc you can do masters and then PhD for better career opportunities in future. Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

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Forensic science today is a vital and crucial part of the today’s police, judicial and other investigating systems, where a forensic expert deals with the helpers in a close coordination to find out the evidence and depicts the same to the courts and helps in the whole process of investigation to prove the results.To reach a certain conclusion or say a definite result, forensic experts adopt various forensic science procedures and theorems in the investigation of criminal cases. The MBBS students have the advantage over the other field students in the field of forensic science, as they a

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Forensic Scientists category

Students just after the 12th standard. Wanders around to collect the information about the various courses available as per their interests. For those who are from the science background, the majority of the students takes the engineering or plain BSc or at extent specialized BSc as a subject, their vision is somewhat restricted to these lines only. In India, a bulk proportion of the students, as well as they, don’t know about various challenging and job oriented courses, Forensic science is one among them. Due to lack of the information and discussions not only in the communities but al

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Hello Simran, A warm Welcome to Career Guide.com Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query. It seems that you are not interested to continue and make a career in the forensic science field and hence you have decided to quit the field and trying to go with a career that will interest you and the you will enjoy.  I would like to advice you that you select the career option considering the abilities, interest, personality type, strengths etc.  After 10th & 12th we do not think whether the career we are selecting interests us or not we select the career just by looking

3 answers Prathamesh Kapote in Forensic Scientists category

Dear Aspirant, If you wish to pursue a teaching career or would like to be a Masters degree holder just for the sake, then only I would recommend you to do MCom. You can get the details about the syllabus from DU. However, if you are planning or imagining to get a job on the basis of MCom, then you not likely to. MCom is just a masters degree and is not a professional or a job oriented degree now. IF you are planning to work in Accounts, Taxation, then doing MCom is recommended. I would recommend you to do job oriented and skill oriented course which will make you employable. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Forensic Scientists category