i want to know tht what is there any scope in criminolgy after 12th in arts?
where i should apply then?
Asked by neha
Answered by2011-09-30 13:59:21Hi Neha,As very rightly stated by Manmeet, The scope of Criminology is increasing as the crime is increasing day by day there is a great demand of professionals in this field. After 12th one option could be that you go for BA LLB programme after which you can do a specialized course in Criminology to pursue a career in same.Few of the Institutes which you may consider for the same are: University of Pune, University of Lucknow, and University of Rajasthan etc. also check with Aligarh Muslim University, Punjab University, and Gujarat University etc.For further information on Criminology as a career, please check the links below:https://www.shi... view more
Dr KRISHNA KATTI | Contributor-Level 102011-09-29 19:59:04In UG there is criminolgy subject.please see in which colleage subject is there do degree there.
Answered by2011-09-29 17:21:50Hi Neha, Criminology focuses on the behavior that violates the criminal law and seeks explanations for that behavior. The numbers of crime incidents have exponentially aggravated in recent past and also the natures of those crimes have diverse motives and means. This has made the subject gain a lot more importance than before.Due to this reason the subject offers a unique flourishing career opportunity.There a numerous fields of application of the subject that is why the recruitment possibilities are also great and diverse. One can be recruited in educational institutes, government and private sector organizations, NGOs, research organization... view more
Answered by2011-09-29 16:58:59go for LL.B
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