i am a homoeopathic doctor but, my inerest ., i just doing law as a medicollegal aspect

i was compleated B.H.M.S. with 1st class every year in Dr.j.j.magdum homoeopathic medical college, jasingpur., kolhapur ., i am living in khed ., ratnagiri...

0 69 Views | Posted 2011-09-14 15:52:59
Asked by rajanikant

  • 2 Answers

  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Answered by

    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-21 12:49:18
    As correctly mentioned by SmritiMatra , I would suggest you to take this option and go ahead. However, In India, there are rarely any options available for Medico legal stream as it is mostly considered as Forensics. But it is a fact that the field in itself is a good career option and fast developing one in India as well.
    All the Best!
  • R

    Answered by

    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-14 15:57:00
    That is a very good and I guess very lucrative idea, indeed. Medicolegal cases do need experts and you would be the best person for that. Be sure to join one of the op law colleges only. But what did you want to know? Please add more details to your question. I am really impressed that you chose such an off-beat profession. Best of Luck!

Get authentic answers from experts, students and alumni that you won't find anywhere else

Sign Up on Shiksha

On Shiksha, get access to

  • 58k Colleges
  • 857 Exams
  • 389k Reviews
  • 750k Answers

Share Your College Life Experience

Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

Search from Shiksha's 1 lakh+ Topics

or

Ask Current Students, Alumni & our Experts

×

We use cookies to improve your experience. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Need guidance on career and education? Ask our experts

Characters 0/140

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Add more details

Characters 0/300

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Keep it short & simple. Type complete word. Avoid abusive language. Next

Your Question

Edit

Add relevant tags to get quick responses. Cancel Post