India’s Best Forensic Science Institutes – Join Straight After + 2

If you align your thoughts about forensic science to those shown on television series like the famous C.I.D, then you’re mistaken big time. Being a doctor of forensic science isn’t a bed of roses—working amidst much tension and in adverse conditions and situations is what vaguely defines the job. And, if you’re sure to be able to withstand all of these—then go ahead and jump into this promising career!  Here we have got for you some of the best institutions in India where you can join right after 10+2 for a flourishing career in Forensic Sciences

5) Osmania University, Hyderabad

Osmania University, Hyderabad

One of the most famous universities in India, Osmania University offers Bachelors Degree in Forensic Science as well as Masters Degree in Forensic Science. Both these courses fall under their regular courses, the entry to which is strictly on merit basis. For getting through to this course, the minimum eligibility criterion is 10+2 pass with pure science. Being a state funded university, the fees to the course is also much lesser than its private counterparts.

4) Amity University, Noida

Amity University, Noida

Among the large variety of courses that this institution has to offer, the courses of Forensic Science are regarded as one of the best. The Bachelors degree in Forensic Sciences (honors) is offered at their main campus in Noida as well as their campuses in Manesar, Gurgaon and in Dubai. The minimum qualification required to sit for their entrance test is a 50% marks in 10+2 with Pure Science (PCM or PCB combination) in the same. However, since the institution is solely a private one, its charges are a bit on the steeper size—for a non sponsored candidate, the course fee per year would come to Rs. 0.44 lacs per year while for a sponsored candidate, it would rise to Rs. 0.66 lacs per annum; however, the institute claims a 100% placement assurance to all its candidates.

3) Gujarat Forensic Sciences University

Gujarat Forensic Sciences University

With “knowledge, wisdom and fulfillment” as their motto, they can easily be termed as one of the foremost Forensic Sciences institutions in India. However, getting into this institution post 10+2 isn’t possible since they offer only Post Graduate courses or PG diploma courses and PhD courses. Since this university is dedicated to forensic sciences only—you’ll get a range of allied courses and specialization to choose from. For example, apart from the basic forensic sciences degree, you’ll also get a course on digital forensics, homeland security and anti terrorism and so on. The course fee is on a higher side, varying between Rs. 35,000 to 1 lac per semester for different degree courses, and Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 60,000 per semester for different PG diploma courses. The admission is generally based on entrance tests and a bachelor’s degree in technology or medical science or any other allied subjects is mandatory for the same.

2) Lok Narayan Jayprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Sciences

Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science

The institute, set in 1972 to facilitate education, teaching and research in criminology and forensic sciences, is unanimously regarded as the best in India. However, like Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, this institute doesn’t offer any course at the bachelor’s degree in the mentioned subjects but only Post Graduation and further studies are allowed. The M.Sc in Forensic Sciences is a full time course of two years, the minimum eligibility criterion for which is a bachelor’s degree in subjects related to medicine or technology. Since this is a Government institution, the fee structure is also suited to the purpose of all students alike.

1) Institute of Forensic Sciences, Mumbai

Institute of Forensic Sciences, Mumbai

IFS, as this institute is widely known as, is a Government registered institution, and India’s first institute on Forensic Sciences to offer online as well as distance education courses. They have on offer a varied range of courses from ‘forensic science and criminology’ and ‘forensic science and finger prints’ to ‘Cyber Forensics’ and ‘Forensic Science and DNA Fingerprinting’. Although this organization do not have any degree courses, their short term courses, diploma and certificate courses are fruitful too and provide an wholesome basic idea of the workings and intricacies of the subjects. Their fee structure is student friendly and range from Rs. 2000 for a 2 months’ course to Rs. 35,000 for some 1 year courses.

By: Priyanka Shah

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    1. says: Saisudha kandukuri

      Sir, i have completed my 10+2 bipc with 95 percentage in 2016. Iam interested in forensic science. Sir plz suggest me forensic science is better for a girl. If it is better plz suggest a good college to do BSc forensic science.

  1. says: PARVIND SINGH

    I am finished my BscMLT. I want to join master in forensic from osmania or gujrat university.
    please tell me the procedure of admission on the best collages in india for the master in forensic.

  2. says: sylesh

    Hi ,i want to know what are the minimum qualification to join ug in forensic i.e how percent marks required in +12 and government college in india for forensic with minimum fees

    1. says: shreya

      hello i just complete my +2 now after my +2 i m interested in forensic science as a carrier .. so please inform me when andhow we can aply for forensuc science 2017 what is mimi %required to get admission for bsc forensic science .in a good college

      1. says: Shamsher

        shreya me too here with the same que what you have posted so plz tell me did you get solution ,can yiu help and support me regard the same what you have shown. please help me.

  3. says: sylesh

    I am from chennai if i want to join in some other state is +12 marks included or any seperate entrance exam ???

  4. says: juilie

    I want to study forensic science after my +2 passing can i know how much minimum percentage wiil be required for admissions

  5. says: Rutuparna Pattnaik

    I m continuing +3 final yr. with chemistry honours can I study forensic science after completeing bsc plz suggest

  6. says: Nikhil Naik

    Can u plz tell me about best colleges for msc forensic science and fee structure and entrance exam if it’s their..???

  7. says: Kashish goyal

    I am preparing for +2 medical exams+ neet please let me know how can I apply for admission in forensic science and best institute for girls

  8. says: malvika

    I wanna know that is I do my bsc with zoology or biomedical sciences m I eligible for MSC in forensic science
    ….or else suggest me a best course in bsc for pursuing forensics after my graduation…

  9. says: SS

    Hii,Please inform how & when we can apply forensic science for 2017 in India,what is the minimum percentage to get admission for bsc forensic science in osmania university and also let me know how can l apply for bsc forensic science & how to get admission in other states through entrance or +2 mark?

  10. says: AnupamaGYARA

    Sir I have completed my intermediate in 2016 With 94% I’m interested in forensic science is it good for a girl and which institute is best,and how many years we have to study and what about the fees in govt colleges and is there any entrance exam for this course

  11. says: Muhammed Fairoos P

    Hi,i completed plus two biology science and i am interested in forensic depaartment….i see a flourishing future in it…what i need to get admission in OSMANIA college?

  12. says: Seema sharma

    Hi,i completed plus two biology science and i am interested in forensic depaartment….i see a flourishing future in it…what i need to get admission in gujrat university

  13. says: Likhitha palli

    Hello, I have completed my plus two in biological sciences. I need information about admission details of institute of forensic science college, nagpur maharastra?

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