Dear Swapna, to be eligible for studying B.Sc Forensic Science, you should have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics as your core subjects. You should have scored a minimum aggregate of 50%. Few Institutions give 5% leverage to Reserved Categories. But yes you can have either Biology or Mathematics as a subject.
The 5 main subjects ie physics chemistry maths English and Hindi will be of 100 marks each and physical education will carry 50 marks. So you will have a total of 550 marks to deal with. And then accordingly depending on your marks from 550 percentage from 100 will be calculated.
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most important part is organic chemistry, then physical chemistry and in organic chemistry. you can expect 50+ marks from organic chemistry as syllabus is huge. follow previous years question paper and daily give sectional mock test to get speed of solving question before exam. follow careers360 page for latest updates.
yes, you are eligible to apply. you need to secure atleast 525 marks in graduation and you must studied the subject in your graduation level which m.sc course you are applying now.
hope I have solved your query.
hey hello, I hope this question is from entrance exam point of view... As in for NEET.. I'll answer as per that..
Reference books comes in two categories, one in entrance point of view while the other in board level.
For boards level, go for Pradeep's in case of Chemistry and Biology. Even there are more but these two books are very basic and tries to clear all the concepts. For Physics H.C Verma but before that S.L Arora which goes through outline of each topics which clears the mind of doubts.
For a bit higher level, Arihant Publications and Cengage Publications have books focussing on the Entrance level.
For chemistry, you can go refer MTG NEET CHAMPION, GRB BOOKS as well as ARIHANT. For Biology reading NCERT and solving mcqs from Pradeep will be enough I guess.
Go on and buy one but do not forget to devour the NCERT first.
for msc course in banaras hindu university eligibility criteria is students need to have a bachelors degree in relevant discipline. For M.Sc Zoology and M.Sc Botany, candidates must have also studied Chemistry at graduation level. as you have studied chemistry in b.sc course you are also eligible.
If you are asking about best you tube channel for class 11 biology then I will suggest you to go with exam fear and shiksha house, these two are the best channels when it comes to biology, animation in these channels helps to understand concepts well. When it comes to chemistry, you should follow Arvind Arora sir , he is a great tutor and will help you to understand concepts well.
Jain University Kochi Campus offers MSC IN FORENSIC CHEMISTRY.
if you are ok with colleges out of Kerala anywhere in India, then there are Good enough options available...
Gujarat Forensic Sciences University , Gujrat
Lovely Professional University Punjab,
Dr . Bhim Rao Ambedkar University Agra,
Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science,
Osmania University, Hyderabad
University of Madras ,
Dr. Hari Singh Gour University ,
Best wishes. Thank you.
Hello Ankita Patil
After Graduation in Chemistry, you can do advanced studies like MSc. or you can opt for job related in the related field or research work.
The mentioned below are the jobs related to chemistry field that you can opt for
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