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I am doing my plus two science group, I would like to know about career prospects in Forensic sciences?- 17-Feb-2008

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Forensic sciences or forensics is the application of various scientific methods and principles to investigate criminal and civil actions which are of interest to the legal systems. All the clues collected from a crime scene are analyzed by forensic scientists in a crime laboratory and are converted into evidences worth producing in legal courts. Physical evidences may include body fluids like blood and saliva, hair, impressions of tyres and shoes, finger prints and foot prints are also valuable evidences. In civil cases such as proving the validity of a signature, forensic sciences can be applied. The forensic scientists work in close quarter with the police to provide information in solving a case.

Forensics is the application of a broad spectrum of sciences to answer questions of interest to the legal system

Forensic Science is essentially a crime laboratory-based profession; the course qualifies students to apply their knowledge of science to the investigation of crime

Forensic science is not a discipline or branch of science, but is a catch-all for many distinct disciplines.  It is broadly grouped into three: Medical, laboratory and field science

The main employment generating areas of students of forensic sciences is the police force, law enforcing agencies, legal systems, both government and private investigative offices. Specialization in various branches of forensic sciences like forensic anthropology, forensic archaeology, forensic serology, provides a candidate with a job in their fields of specialization.

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