B.Sc. Forensic Science

Course Description


  • To emphasize the importance of scientific methods in crime detection.
  • To disseminate information on the advancements in the field of forensic science.
  • To highlight the importance of forensic science for perseverance of the society.
  • To review the steps necessary for achieving highest excellence in forensic science.
  • To generate talented human resource, commensurating with latest requirements of forensic science.
  • To provide a platform for students and forensic scientists to exchange views, chalk- out collaborative programs and work in a holistic manner for the advancement of forensic science.


At the end of the program graduates will be able to

  • Demonstrate competency in the collection, processing, analysis, and evaluation of evidence.
  • Play the role of the forensic scientist and physical evidence within the criminal justice system.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and the use of problem-solving within the field of forensic science.
  • Demonstrate competency in the principles of crime scene investigation, including the recognition, collection, identification, preservation, and documentation of physical evidence.
  • Demonstrate the ability to document and orally describe crime scenes, physical evidence, and scientific processes.
  • Identify and examine current and emerging concepts and practices within the forensic science field.
  • Handle forensic laboratory methodologies with respect to the examination and analysis of evidence.
  • Develop written communication skills for presentation of their findings in accordance with established professional guidelines.
  • Develop oral communication skills for discussing the scientific method in a laboratory setting and effectively testifying in a court of law.
  • Procure accreditation and certification in the forensic and other science communities.
  • Interact between law enforcement, scientists, and the legal profession.
  • Professional and follow ethical behaviour in the forensic science community.