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how can I become a criminolo gist after 5 year LLB...pls answer
The Criminology is the subject that includes scientific study of crime and criminal behavior, causes, legal aspects, control and most importantly, rehabilitation.
Since you have completed your LLB, you can pursue your masters in criminology and forensic science.
The courses that you can pursue for forensic science and Criminology are as follows -
1. MA Criminology
2. MSc Criminology
3. MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration
4. MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice system
5. MA Criminology and Police Administration
6. MA Criminology and Justice
7. MSc Forensic Science and Criminology.
Following are the best colleges/universities for forensic science and criminology :-
1. University of Pune
2. University of Lucknow
3. University of Jammu
4. Jaipur School of Law
5. Tata Institute of Social Sciences
All the best dear :)
want to take admission in Btech.Mechanical through lateral entry.I did diploma from West Bengal, govt. Polytechnic. Please guide. 7773014830
Hello shibanjan, hope you are doing well.
If you have done diploma in mechanical in the gandhi institute only and also i assume its in WB only then it will be easy for you to take admission in the same college provided it offers Btech in mechanical.
You should follow this link below for more information it will help you find qualifications and eligibility criteria also.
I hope this helps. all the best.
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