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Forensic science is a science used for the purposes of the law, and therefore provides impartial scientific evidence for use in the courts of law, and in a criminal investigation.
After completing your 12th you can opt for various diploma and degree courses in Forensic Science with various specializations such as:
As a Forensic Scientist you will have tocan work with the police departments, law enforcing agencies, Forensic Science Laboratories, legal systems and investigative agencies. Besides you can also work with private detective agencies and the vigilance department. There is are enough scopes for career growth even in foreign countries. Medical examiner, crime laboratory analyst, crime scene examiner, forensic engineer are the job prospects abroad.
The career prospect in Forensic Science depends on your area of specialization. You can specialize in subjects as varied as medicine, engineering, fingerprinting, insect study, languages, geology etc. The specializations are:
The CBI’s forensic laboratory in Delhi recruits candidates through the Union Public Service Commission exams.
Good luck!Posted by HTCampus Expert , Fri 08 Feb 2013