BSc. Forensic Science


  • Location - GHRU Saikheda
  • Duration - 3 year
  • Course Type - Full time
  • Affiliated - UGC

Forensic Science is the use of logical information and philosophy to criminal examinations and legitimate issues. Forensic is a multidisciplinary subject. It envelops different fields of science like chemistry, bioscience, physical science, geography, psychology, sociology, engineering, and so forth. Forensic science is utilized worldwide to ensure public health and well-being, authorize criminal laws and guidelines, and determine the common dispute.

Forensic refers to the Latin expression "forensic" that signifies "of or before the forum”. The historical backdrop of the term starts from Roman occasions in the late nineteenth century.

Forensic researchers are the ones who help to gather, protect, and looking at actual proof throughout a criminal investigation. Forensic Scientists should be systematic, accurate and fair-minded.

Course Structure

BSc. Forensic Science is a three-year degree program with a total of 6 semesters (containing two semesters per year). The primary subject and content for the program are planned, comprehending the immediate hands-on necessities just as the long-term job needs of the young experts. Adequate balance is kept up between the overall foundational part of the course and its specific segments.

At G H Raisoni University, Saikheda, we submit quality training to our students and leave no stones unturned to change sprouting researchers into Forensic experts.


  • Students who have passed the twelfth (HSC) exam are qualified.
  • 50% in 12th for general category and 45% for reserved (SC/ST/OBC) category.

Study at GHRU for a successful future & drive your career in the right direction with our Bsc Forensic Science programs


After completion of BSc Forensic Science, the student will learn:

  • To impart basic knowledge & understanding of concepts, theories, and hands-on practice in the respective field.
  • Create Biochemistry expertise for comprehensive research and scientific development
  • Learn to acquired skills to lead the team for achieving the research goal
  • Understand Forensic complexities to emerge as an excellent Forensic Researcher
  • Comprehend all Forensic problems thoroughly and solve them effectively
  • Create long term goals for Forensic Science development


Placement after completion of the course is an important event in the academic life of the student. Completing graduation getting a job as early as possible is a dream of many students. To make this process simple, GHRU, Saikheda, a top university, established a dedicated Placement Unit for students. They have a sophisticated auditorium, Group Discussion Panels, and instant support to make the placement process as smooth as possible. GHRU Saikheda’s placement cell curates all fresh job availabilities that qualify our students to apply. We organize interviews for our students according to their eligibility criteria and choice of profession, and our placement team doesn't stop here. They organize seminars and workshops to make the student aware of the current industry scenario. It helps the student to prepare themselves as per the criteria companies looking for candidates. The placement cell provides students with an environment to hone their skills and make them worthy of getting a recruit.

Admission Procedure

  • The University will publish admission notification in papers, the University's site, the notice board of the University, and other media before the beginning of each cycle.
  • List of provisional candidates chosen for admission / shortlisted dependent on merit will be shown on the notification board of the University/University's site/or the students will be notified directly of their admission after the last date of made application.The admitted candidate will need to produce a mark sheet of the passing exam within a month of the due date of affirmation.
  • The students can also apply whose results of the required exam are about to declare. They will get provisional seats. These students, nonetheless, should produce the previous year mark sheet/School/College certificate as proof for required qualification criteria before the due date. If a candidate failed to do so, the provisional admission of the student would not be confirmed. The provisional admission will be forfeit.
  • If an applicant admitted under provisional admission (by point (c) above) couldn't acquire the necessary mark to satisfy the requirement and qualification, then the temporary entry stands cancelled.
  • The application made by the student might be dismissed because of any of the accompanying reasons:
    1. The student does not satisfy the qualification conditions.
    2. The required fees aren't paid.
    3. The application form isn't completed or signed by the candidate and their parent, guardian, wherever required.
    4. Necessary documents for admission are not encased.
  • Enrolment /Registration number will be allotted to the student by the University after confirmation and prepayment of several of the actual charges.
  • Admission rules as outlined by the University will be applicable for all admission procedures occasionally.


Further Studies:

Numerous students prefer to go for higher studies in the wake of finishing the BSc. Forensic Science course. Since it is an all-around perceived 3-year college education course, it permits students to search for higher examination alternatives in numerous fields. Here is a portion of the mainstream courses to consider after finishing a BSc. Forensic Science Students can opt for:

Post Graduate Courses (2 years):

  1. M.Sc in Forensic Science
  2. PG Diploma in Forensic Science

Doctoral Course (3 years):

  1. PhD in Forensic Science
  2. M.Phill in Forensic Science
Job Opportunities

It opens doors in various private as well as government areas. Students who finish their B.Sc in Biochemistry have bestowed Biochemistry researcher abilities and can consequently pursue up Biochemist profession.

Given underneath are some sectors students can join after B.Sc. Forensic Science:

  1. Investigative officers
  2. Legal counsellors
  3. Forensic Expert
  4. Forensic Scientist
  5. Crime Scene Investigator
  6. Teacher / Professor
  7. Crime Reporter