Forensic science

Forensic science or forensics is the application of a range of different sciences to answer questions that are of interest to civil or criminal law. This broad medical subject can be subdivided into various disciplines which include forensic anthropology, archaeology, biology, entomology, geology, meteorology, pathology, toxicology and criminalises. Criminalistics is also a broad discipline that makes use of various sciences to examine biological, trace, impression and ballistic evidence left behind in a crime scene.



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Career Objects

Forensic engineers can work for the justice system under defence or as prosecution to give professional testimony in criminal cases. Forensics can find jobs in government agencies like as Intelligence Bureau (IB), the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), and several other crime investigation departments in law enforcement agencies. Candidates also can work with private investigative or detective agencies. They can also work as Forensic Chemist, Forensic Lab Technician, Forensic Scientist, Forensic Artist, and Forensic Accountant.



Earning in this field has no bar. A fresh candidate can start earning between Rs.25, 000 to Rs. 60.000 per month. Postgraduate with specializations can earn between Rs.50, 000 to  Rs.1, 00,000 per month. Pay increase along education and experience.



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