There are a number of websites available on the internet.
However, I will provide you with the official AIISH link through which you can get previous years question papers.
The official website,
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Most institutes in India offering the course admit students based on their performance in a relevant entrance test, conducted at any of State, national, and institutional levels, followed by a subsequent counseling process.
As a part of the process of counseling, students are required to clear two additional rounds of Group Discussion and Personal Interview, wherein their general aptitude for the course is examined. A
is subsequently released by the institute, allocating seats to qualifying candidates.
Some institutes also admit students based on the candidate’s obtained merit at the 10+2 level, while some conduct their own entrance tests for offering admission. Admission process generally varies across colleges.
Listed below are some of the major entrance examinations conducted in the country for admission to the course.
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stands for Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology. This is a professional course about audiology and language therapy. This course is a four year degree. The major subjects of this degree are linguistics, electronics, psychology and statistics.
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Both the courses have their own scope and career growth. But still I would recommend bsc forensic science.
The Bsc forensic science is a three year undergraduate course. It deals with investigation of crimes by applying the scientific knowledge.
The main eligibility is - passed 12th with aggregate of 50% from recognized university or board with physics, chemistry and biology or mathematics.
After completion of this course, the job options are -
2. Forensic Engineer
,3. Forensic Odontologists
4. Forensic Architect
5. Forensic Serologists.
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The main eligibility is aggregate 50% with subjects physics, chemistry, mathematics or biology.
If you have passed your 12th with 50% aggregate and your subjects were physics, chemistry with biology or mathematics, then you are surely eligible for this course - Bachelor's in Audiology and Speech Language.
The course duration is 4 years.
All the best dear :)
the basic eligibility criteria is candidate need to pass 10+2 course on science stream from a recognized board of education, some colleges takes admission through 10+2 score basis, some have own entrance test,
I have mentioned some institute name below which offers bachelor in audiology and speech language pathology,
University Of Mysore (UOM)
Kasturba Gandhi Medical College
JSS Institute Of Speech & Hearing
Unity Institute Of Nursing
All India Institute & Special Hearing (AIISH)
JM Institute Of Speech &Hearing (JMISH)
Sri Ram Chandra Bhanj Medical College And Hospital (SCBMCH)
School Of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal University
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU)
National Institute Of Speech & Hearing (NISH)
College Of Audiology And Speech Language Pathology
Each course has its own importance. I believe it all depend on your field of interest.
Bachelor of Science is a 3 year undergraduate course which involves the application of scientific knowledge to the crime investigation. Professional in this discipline apply their knowledge of science to analyze the evidence found at a crime science. To be eligible one should have completed 10+2 with PCB or PCM as main subjects.
Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology is an undergraduate 4 year course. This course helps to become audiologist or speech pathologist. It provides professional training to students and make them capable of preventing identifying and treating speech , hearing and balancing disorder in people. To be eligible one should have completed 10+2 with PCB or PCM as main subjects.
You can choose any course what matters most is which one is your field of interest.
All the best !!
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