Department of Forensic Science

Government Holkar (Model Autonomous) Science College, Indore (M.P.), INDIA

(NAAC Accredited "A" Grade College)

Established: 1891

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    Forensic Science is the application of assorted scientific methods and principles for the proper investigation of crime. Forensic investigators collect clues from the crime scene and elsewhere to convert them into evidences to prove a crime or solve a case.

    NATIONAL FOCUS

    Govt. Sector Jobs:

    Central Govt. Forensic Sciences Labs, State FSL's, GEQD, Police Department, Crime Branches, CBI, CID, Regional Forensic Science Laboratories, Intelligence Bureau, Banks, Defence / Army, Courts, Quality Control Bureau, Narcotics Dept, Universities, Hospitals, Organizations etc...

    Private Sector Jobs:

    Private Detective Agencies, Private Banks, Insurance Companies, Universities, Private Hospitals, Security Services Agencies, Helpful to Lawyers / Advocates, Law Firms, Private Companies, Private Practice etc...

    Job Titles / Posts:

    Forensic Expert, Forensic Scientist, Forensic Investigator, Crime Scene Investigator, Handwriting Expert, Document Expert, Document Examiner, Fraud Examiner, Forensic Analyst, Scientific Officer, Security Expert, Forensic Consultant, Detective, Investigating Officer, Teacher / Professor, Crime Reporter, Forensic Engineer, Forensic Psychologist, Fingerprint Expert, Law Consultant, Government Examiner, Instructor, Genetics Experts, Environment Analyst, Technicians, Forensic Medical Examiners, Technician etc...

    INTERNATIONAL FOCUS

    White collar crimes are being solved by forensic scientists and the US needs a number of such professionals to fulfill the requirement. Forensic Scientists from India can work as medical examiner, crime laboratory analyst, crime scene examiner, forensic engineer, and language expert and evidence enhancer by portraying psychological profiles of habitual offenders as well as doing the analysis of crime scenes, etc.

Forensic science has shaped the world of justice, fuelling crime investigations and signifying the progress of modern or advanced technology.