Ph D

Ph D in Forensic Science

Jain University Bangalore,Bengaluru

Important Information

Exam Required ,
Recognition UGC Recognised
Eligibility Masters Degree with not less than 55% of marks in the relevant or related subjects from recognized University.
Admission Procedure
  • Download the application form. Submit the filled application along with the necessary documents. The candidate should submit two copies of a "Synopsis" along with his / her application.Eligible candidates will be required to take up a Pre Ph.D. Entrance examination comprising an Aptitude Test, a Subject Paper and an Interview. On successful completion of the Pre Ph.D. program, an open Seminar shall be presented by the Research Scholar wherein he is expected to defend the research proposal before
Duration 3+ Years, Full Time, Doctorate Degree
Recruiting Companies
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Accenture
  • Capital First
  • Deloitte
  • Yahoo
  • Infosys
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Ernst & Young
  • American Express
  • Audi
  • Google
  • Flipkart
  • Capregemini
  • Collebra
  • Axis Bank
  • Airtel
  • Biocon
  • Unisys
  • HCL
  • Wipro
  • Capital IQ
  • RBS
  • Apollo Munich
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    Course Details

    • Ph.D in Forensic science will have both research and course components and will give the student adequate background for advanced research. This course concentrates at knowledge of all the aspects of forensic sciences. The term forensic science involves forensic (or forensis, in Latin), which means a public discussion or debate. In a more modern context, however, forensic applies to courts or the judicial system. Combine that with science, and forensic science means applying scientific methods and processes to solving crimes. Forensic science has become an integral part of many criminal cases and convictions, with objective facts through scientific knowledge serving both defense and prosecution arguments. The testimony of forensic scientists has become a trusted component of many civil and criminal cases, as these professionals are concerned not with the outcome of the case; only with their objective testimony based purely on scientific facts.