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About Forensic Science:
Forensic science, or forensics, is concerned with gathering and analysing the evidence from a criminal case with the purpose of revealing the truth. By analysing fingerprints, footprints, blood spatter, traces and remains, forensic scientists seek to reveal the identities of criminals, as well as the complete facts related to criminal events.
Forensic science is the application of scientific knowledge and methodology to criminal investigations and legal problems. Forensic Science is a multidisciplinary subject, it encompasses various fields of science such as chemistry, biology, physics, geology, psychology, social science, engineering, etc. Forensic science is used every around the world to protect public health, to enforce criminal laws and regulations and to resolve civil disputes.
Career In Forensic Science:
Are you interested in human anatomy and forensics studies?
Then a career in forensic science is best for you.
Forensic science is a subject that fascinates most of us. It is the major study of science and criminal justice. Forensic Science is essentially a crime laboratory-based profession.
Scope of Forensic Science
The scope of forensic science study is vast. You can get jobs in various governments & private sectors. The study will improve your skills and knowledge. After completing your degree, you can open your own forensic practice & forensic service offices. You also may employ in Forensic Laboratories, Detective Offices, Banks and other Govt. and private agencies.
There are endless opportunities in this field because of unlimited crimes in the world is happening. So, the job opportunities in the field of forensic science are also endless. You can get a job in everywhere in India or in overseas.
Career & Jobs
Due to increase in crime rate and criminals, the scope of Forensic Science is increased exponentially. There are lots of job opportunities in the field of Forensic Science. The need of forensic scientists is huge all around the world, especially in India.
Some of the forensic scientists visit the crime scene to collect the evidence themselves and another one work in a forensic laboratory to perform analysis on objects.
In the forensic laboratory, they testify as expert observers in both criminal and civil cases and can work for either the defense or the prosecution.
Forensic scientists can be employed in the government sector. They work in different law enforcement agencies and investigation departments such as police, investigative services of state and central government and legal system. Some of the private agencies also employed those candidates who have some qualification in this field.
A trained forensic scientist may hire by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) & Intelligence Bureau (IB). You can also work as a freelancer as forensic scientists specializing in one segment & can be paid much. You can also work as a legal counselor after gaining experience as a Forensic Scientist.
Teaching is another interesting career for forensic scientists. You can work in the institutions that impart education in forensic science.
Candidates have a degree, they can explore the career in Forensic Science in the USA and other developed countries.
Most of the jobs of forensic science are in the government sector that why the salary is strictly based on the structure and pay scale. In Private sector, the agencies offer handsome salaries to experienced candidates. After completing a qualification in forensic science, the starting salary is between Rs. 3 Lac to Rs. 4 Lac per annum. With experience, professionals can earn Rs 6 Lac to Rs 8 Lacs per year.
All participants who attend the Live Course are eligible to get the Participation Certificate.
Who can enroll:
Students pursuing their B.Sc / B.Tech / M.Sc / M.Tech who aspire to work in the clinical research field.
Frequently Asked Questions:
|Lecture 1. Welcome Introduction|
|Module 2 Overview of Course|
|Lecture 2. Overview of Course|
|Module 3 Introduction to Forensics|
|Lecture 3. Introduction to Forensics|
|Module 4 Principles of Forensics|
|Lecture 4. Principles of Forensics|
|Module 5. Principles Activity|
|Lecture 5. (a) Principles_Activity I|
|Lecture 5. (b) Principle of Mutual Exchange|
|Lecture 5. (c) Principle of Individuality|
|Lecture 5. (d) Principle of Progressive Change|
|Lecture 5. (e) Principle of Comparison|
|Lecture 5. (f) Principle of Analysis|
|Lecture 5. (g) Principle of Probability|
|Lecture 5. (h) Principle of Circumstantial Evidence|
|Module 6 Summary|
|Lecture 6. Summary|
|Module 7 Domains of Forensic Science|
|Lecture 7. Domains of Forensic science|
|Module 8 Forensic Biology|
|Lecture 8. Forensic Biology|
|Module 9 Forensic Biology examples|
|Lecture 9. (a) Diatom|
|Lecture 9. (b) Wood|
|Lecture 9. (c) Hair|
|Module 10 Forensic Entomology|
|Lecture 10. Forensic Entomology|
|Module 11 Wildlife Forensics|
|Lecture 11. Wildlife Forensics|
|Module 12 Forensic Anthropology|
|Lecture 12. Forensic Anthropology|
|Lecture 12. Home activity II_Lip prints|
|Module 13 Forensics Serology|
|Lecture 13. Forensic Serology|
|Lecture14. (a) Semen_Saliva_Urine|
|Lecture14. (b) Blood|
|Lecture 14. (c) Paternity _ Maternity cases|
|Lecture14. (d) Blood Spatter|
|Module 15 Forensic medicine|
|Lecture 15. Forensic Medicine|
|Lecture 16. (a) Hanging|
|Lecture 16. (b) Bitemarks|
|Lecture 16. (c) Bitemark_Activity III|
|Module 17 Forensic Toxicology|
|Lecture 17. Forensic Toxicology|
|Lecture 18. (a) Poisons|
|Lecture 18. (b) Rave Parties|
|Lecture 18. (c) Adulteration_Activity IV|
|Module 19 Forensic Physics|
|Lecture 19. Forensic Physics|
|Lecture 20. (a) Vehicular Accidents|
|Lecture 20. (b) Footwearprints|
|Module 21 Forensic Physchology|
|Lecture 21. Forensic Psychology|
|Module 22 Early Identification Systems|
|Lecture 22. Early Identification Systems|
|Module 23 Potrait Parle|
|Lecture 23. Portrait Parle|
|Module 24 Finger Prints|
|Lecture 24. Fingerprints|
|Lecture 25. (a). Patterns of Fingerprints|
|Lecture 25. (b) Individual Characteristics|
|Lecture 25. (b_1) Home Activity V _Fingerprint|
|Lecture 25. (c) AFIS|
|Lecture 25. (d) Powder Method|
|Lecture 25. (e) Chemical methods|
|Lecture 25. (f) Crimelights|
|Module 26 Question Doc and Forgeries|
|Lecture 26. Question Doc _ Forgeries|
|Lecture 27. (a) Currencies|
|Lecture 27. (b) VSC|
|Lecture 27. (c) Passport forgeries|
|Lecture 27. (d) Invisible writings|
|Lecture 27. (e) Indented writings|
|Lecture 27. (f) Handwriting|
|Lecture 27. (g) Changes in Handwriting|
|Lecture 27. (h) Handwriting_Activity VI|
|Lecture 27. (i) Signature Analysis|
|Lecture 27. (j) Forgeries|
|Module 28 Cyber forensics|
|Lecture 28. Cyber Forensics|
|Lecture 29. (a) ATM frauds|
|Lecture 29. (b) Iris Recog. _ Retinal Scan|
|Lecture 29. (c) Image Processing|
|Lecture 29. (d) Facial Recognition|
|Lecture 29. (e) Voice analysis|
|Lecture 29. (f) Labrador|
|Module 30 Future of Forensics|
|Lecture 30. Future of Forensics|
|Lecture 31. (a). Future_Fingerprints|
|Lecture 31. (b) Microbial Forensics|
|Lecture 31. (c) Virtual Autopsies|
|Lecture 31. (d) DNA Phenotyping|
|Lecture 31. (e) Drones|
|Lecture 31. (f) Artificial Intelligence|
|Lecture 31. (g) Vehicle system Forensics|
|Lecture 31. (h) Augmented Reality|
|Lecture 32. Thank you|
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