B.Sc (Hons) Forensic Science includes crime scene examination including fire and blast scenes and medication labs. The subject applies logical information to help in the organization of equity, and has no limits for the extent that subjects are concerned; it utilizes all resources of science, for example, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Medicine, among others.
The candidate should have qualified 10+2 (science stream) or its equivalent from a recognized board of education with at least 55% marks in aggregate.
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