Diploma in Forensic Science
The Certificate/Diploma in Forensic Science, one year program, is specifically developed for students who have completed at least twelve years of study (FA/FSc or equivalent) and are employed or interested in working in law enforcement agencies such as the police department. Forensic science uses the most up-to-date procedures and technology to solve crimes. Forensic investigations are frequently conducted by police units. The Diploma in Forensic Science is designed to train professionals working or planning to work in law enforcement organizations with a solid foundation in the various science disciplines that form the foundation of forensic investigative techniques.
Forensic science also includes highly specialized sub-fields that are available to study in various formats. Practical classes and lab work, as well as important skills such as analytical and critical thinking, computer training, and scientific writing, will benefit students pursuing a career in forensic science.
- Basics of Forensic Sciences
- Crime Scene Investigation
- Forensic Biochemistry & Chemistry
- Forensic Analysis
- Forensic Law
- Forensic Toxicology & Narcotics
- Instrumental Analysis
- Practical Training
- Lab work
- Minimum 12 years of education with 45% marks
- Preferably working in the institution related to forensic sciences
Forensic science is an expanding discipline of biomedical science that aids in the detection of criminals. The diploma in Forensic Science is designed to assist law enforcement agencies by providing them with cutting-edge scientific resources and training in criminal investigation tactics. Diploma holders in forensic science can readily find work in government agencies, mostly in law enforcement agencies such as police departments, investigation bureaus, and judicial systems, as well as universities and colleges. Crime Scene Investigator, Forensic Scientist, Forensic Experts, and Researchers are all well-known jobs for the diploma holders