UGC NET / JRF Forensic Science Question Paper– II: June 2006

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    1. Forensic Science is

    (A) Application of scientific methods and techniques for the purpose of Justice

    (B) Application of scientific methods and techniques for the purpose of Law

    (C) Application of scientific methods and techniques for Police Investigation

    (D) Application of scientific methods and techniques in Criminal Investigations

    2. The principle of exchange was enunciated by:

    (A) Land Steiner

    (B) Osborn

    (C) Locard

    (D) Jeffery

    3. Colled ion of Exhibits from the scene of crime must be done by:

    (A) Bare hands

    (B) With wet hands

    (C) Gloved hands

    (D) Gloved lund with forceps

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    1. Forensic Science is

    (A) Application of scientific methods and techniques for the purpose of Justice

    (B) Application of scientific methods and techniques for the purpose of Law

    (C) Application of scientific methods and techniques for Police Investigation

    (D) Application of scientific methods and techniques in Criminal Investigations

    2. The principle of exchange was enunciated by:

    (A) Land Steiner

    (B) Osborn

    (C) Locard

    (D) Jeffery

    3. Colled ion of Exhibits from the scene of crime must be done by:

    (A) Bare hands

    (B) With wet hands

    (C) Gloved hands

    (D) Gloved lund with forceps

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