BSc Forensic Science

Program Overview

Forensic science is the application of scientific knowledge to legal problems or proceedings. In law enforcement, forensic science is largely concerned with testing physical and biological evidence to determine objective facts about what happened, when it happened, and who was involved. As a result, forensic science capability is important because it may yield information that is more accurate, precise, and reliable than eyewitness testimony or even confessions. One such information, in turn, can increase the success of both investigations and trials in determining the facts of the case.

Career Opportunities


  • Crime scene investigators
  • Forensic scientist
  • Expert witness

 Private domains –

  • Ethical hacking
  • Transaction risk analyst
  • Security specialist
  • Document examiner
  • Industrial sector- Security officers

Programme USPs


Programme Outcomes

Our syllabus is framed in such a way that students study the concept of crime, investigation and examination of evidences in a detailed manner. The topics give them overall knowledge regarding application of forensic science which is helpful in easy disposal of cases. This will help reducing the crime rate in the society by bringing up future forensic scientist who with their skills will track down the offenders and apply innovative ideas in crime prevention.

Programme Duration


Programme Type


Eligibility Criteria

Passed Class XII from a recognized Board in science stream.

The admission will be done on merit basis taking into consideration the aggregate marks obtained in the following three subjects:

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

Programme Structure


  • Introduction to Forensic Science
  • Introduction Crime & Society
  • Basic Physics
  • Basic Chemistry
  • Forensic Science and Society


  • Criminal Law
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Basics of Forensic Biology
  • Basics of Psychology
  • Environmental science

Credits & Evaluation

  • Internal Assessment-2
  • Model Examination-1
  • End Semester Examination
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