Bachelor of Science is mostly used in its abbreviated form that is B.Sc. It has many specializations with main field of Science and PCFS is one among them. It is a unique combination of Physics, Chemistry and Forensic Science and is associated with excellent job opportunities after completion. Candidates learn about all details, related to Physics, Chemistry and Forensic Science through theoretical lectures and practical sessions. It includes study about crime scene investigation techniques, microbiological and chemical analysis of samples, forensic entomology, etc.
The course focuses on fulfilling the requirement of professionals in the field of crime investigation department.
Being a graduation degree, candidates need to complete their 12th standard from an affiliated board with science stream. The minimum qualifying marks may vary from one institute to another and need to be checked before submission of the application form. This course may also have age restriction in some institutes and that is also need to be checked.
Admission can be availed in 3 ways depending upon the institute you select. It can be direct in first come – first serve basis, it can be done on merit basis and even some reputed institutes conduct their entrance test to short list the candidates on basis of their performance in the same.
The duration for this course is 3 regular years. These 3 years are equivalent to 6 semesters in some institutes.
Further Study options
After completion of this graduation degree, higher qualification is advisable to have better opportunities. Candidates can pursue M.Sc. in PCFS, M.Sc. in Forensic Science, MBA or any other related course. Candidates with interest in teaching can go for B.Ed and then M.Ed.
PhD is again an excellent option to enter the scientific world of science.
The course starts with all the basics of Physics, Chemistry and Forensic Science. It teaches about Organic and Inorganic chemistry, principles and theories of Physics and introductory forensic science including criminalistics during initial days. A part of course also includes fundamentals of biology, environmental studies and laws related to forensic science.
The last part of course includes teaching about instrumentation and Investigation techniques, basics of Computer science and some part of Mathematics and statistics.
The courser includes lab sessions for chemistry, biology and forensic science to perform experiments which enable better understanding.
These candidates can work in Forensic labs, Fingerprint bureaus, police forces, Chemical industries, research science firms, etc.
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