The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Department of Forensic Science and Toxicology at Chandigarh University offers meticulous foundation in broad range of domains for the forensic experts in academia and industry. Doctoral studies are of paramount significance in the world where knowledge is the new 'fuel' and it also provides employment and career considerations to the students in the diverse field of Forensic Science. The scientific temper of the faculty and well established labs of the university enhances the acceptance of students in the respective fields. This program provides rigorous training in scientific methodology and requisite analytical skills. Doctoral degree program features specialized forensic science courses such as Forensic chemistry, Forensic biology & serology, Forensic ballistics, Forensic toxicology, questioned documents and cyber forensic as well.
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Sign up or Register for CUCET with basic details (Name, Email ID, Mobile No., State, Gender and Password). Your Email ID will act as your Username for the portal while the password will be set by you upon registration.
On successful registration, you will receive the confirmation message on your registered contact number and Email. Use the Username and Password to Login to your CUCET Account.
After successfully creating your candidate profile for CUCET, you can proceed with choosing the Date for your examination. Complete your profile by logging into your CUCET account and choose an examination date as per your convenience and preference.
You become eligible for admission into Chandigarh University after clearing the CUCET examination. Following your attempt at CUCET, the result will shortly be intimated, based on which you can submit your application for admission and avail merit-based scholarship.
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