About PGDCJ Course
Post Graduate Diploma Criminal Justice (PGDCJ) is a 1 to 3 years diploma course. The main objectives of this course are to create a highly professional candidates in the area of criminal justice and to enhance the competence of the professionals who are already working in the area of criminal justice system. It also aims to keep pace with the emerging developments in the field of criminal justice.
Minimum eligibility required to apply for admission to the Post Graduate Diploma Criminal Justice (PGDCJ) course is to complete graduation in any discipline from a recognized university with minimum aggregate score of 45 to 50% according to the college requirement. Some colleges may require bachelor's degree in Science/ Forensic Science/ Engineering/ Medicine/ Pharmacy with minimum 50% marks.
Admission procedure may vary from one college to another. Most of the colleges offer admission to the PGDCJ course, based on candidates performance in the entrance examinations such as CLAT, LSAT, AILET, AIBE, CUSAT etc. Some reputed college may conduct their own entrance examination to offer admission.
More about the course
Criminal justice is a field of science which deals with the crimes and prevents the world form crime. Forensic science is also a part of field of criminal justice. This course is especially designed for people who are interested in knowing the criminal justice system and to cater to the needs of the people who are working in this field. Some of the subjects covered in the syllabus of the Post Graduate Diploma Criminal Justice (PGDCJ) course are criminal justice system, criminal justice processes, Indian penal code, criminal justice administration, criminal justice research and advocacy and challenges to criminal justice system.
Successful postgraduates of the Post Graduate Diploma Criminal Justice (PGDCJ) course can find employment in organizations such as research and analysis wing, central bureau of investigation, forensic labs, bureau of police research and development, national commission for protection of child rights, national commission for women, national human rights commission etc. Some of the job positions offered for these postgraduates are listed below:
- Standing Counsel
- Criminal Law Practitioner
- Government Pleader
- Government Advocate
- Crime Intelligence Analyst
- Law Reform Researcher
- Community Correcctions Coordinator
- Regional crime Prevention Coordinatoe
- Drug Policy Advisor
- Consumer Advocate
- Environment Protection Analyst
Post Graduate Diploma Criminal Justice (PGDCJ) Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year
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