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when bsc forensic science admission start
You have not mentioned which college or university you want to seek admission in for pursuing B.Sc in Forensic Science.
B.Sc in Forensic Science is a three-year undergraduate program which offers the study of scientific applications and knowledge that helps in the investigation of crimes. The admission to this course is basically - merit based or entrance based.
Please mention which college's admission date you want to know so that we can assist you.
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did mht-cet is required to take admission for forensic science
is mhtcet in pcm group is sufficient for admission in this college
Sorry to tell you dear but you have not mentioned the course for which you are asking for admission in Government Institute of Forensic Science, Nagpur
If you are asking for bsc forensic science then admission is based on merit i.e your marks obtained by you in your class 12th examination, it's eligibility criteria says that you should have passed your 10+2 from a recognised board with at least 45% marks for if you are from open category and not less than 40% marks for reserved category.
MHTCET is not required for bsc forensic science
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when will forms for bsc come for forensic science examinations?
Admission process for Bsc Forensic Science is based on merit list in Government Institute of Forensic Science in Nagpur and it is already concluded for this year. No official dates have been announced for next year, that's 2020.
This year official notification came up in the month of May while online registration started afterwards in June and admission process started thereafter. We expect similar pattern to follow in next year as well, unless there's delay otherwise.
Till then stay updated at official website at https://ifscnagpur.in/
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