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13th December 2012, 08:06 PM
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How to study for MSc Forensic science? I have completed BSc Physics


i completed my bsc physics in 2012.nw i am studying msc physics first year. i am interested to study msc forensic science. can i join this course and which colleges are best for this course?




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27th May 2013, 11:56 PM
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im bsc physics student .cam i study msc forensic science ? what is the eligibilityt?
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How can I join MSc Forensic course after completing BSc Physics
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Which is the best govn. Collage for foransic science study in gujrat??
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Can I do msc in forensic science after completing BSC in physics, chemistry and math?
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I'm doing BSC mathematics physics computer science after completion of this degree can I have eligible for MSc forensic science
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