Undergraduate

B.Sc. Honours

B.Sc. Zoology

 

B.Sc. Honours

B.Sc. Honours program with Zoology as the core subject deals with theindepth study of Animal kingdom; itsclassification with main focus on habit, habitat and distribution of all the animals; their structure, classification and significance. Besides this, otherallied areaslike evolution, embryology, ethology , biostatistics are also integral part of curriculum.Theprogram also provides anindepth knowledgeof the recent advances in zoology in the areas of systematics, biochemistry, cytology, genetics and animal ecology. Students get exposure of research based learning through minor projects .This course is offered for candidates who are attracted towards the amazing life of animals. The minimum time required to complete the course is three years.

After successfully completing B. Sc. (Zoology) HonoursProgramme students will be able to:

PLO 1: Understand the rules of nomenclature and other theories,concepts and principles of zoology.

PLO 2: Systematics will help them to compare and contrast the characteristics of animals that differentiate them from other forms of life as well as easily classify the animals based on their characteristic features.

PLO 3: Understand the morphology and functional characteristics and functions of cell and its organization.

PLO 4: Relate the various abiotic factors with health of living forms and ecosystems and to understand the challenges caused due to pollution, need for focus on sustainable development, conserving natural resources and wildlife.

PLO 5: Explain the structure, classification, role and biological significance of various biomolecules in living systems.

PLO 6: Understand the anatomy and Physiology of human body and relating the various life processes

PLO 7: Correlate the behavior of animals with their environment, conspecifics and abiotic biotic factors and evolutionary relationships.

PLO 8: Gain knowledge of the principle and functioning of various biological tools and techniques used to study the biological system at micro and macro level.

PLO 9: Learn to present their work or findings in the form of seminars and building theirresearch aptitude through projects etc.

PLO 10: Apply the knowledge of Zoology to understand Genetics, the complex life Processes and its phenomena.

PLO 11: Develop competence in basic sciences and in the content of the specific courses that constitute the principal knowledge of their degree.

PLO 12: Acquire the skills in handling scientific instruments, planning and performing in laboratory experiments

 

B.Sc. Zoology

B.Sc. with Zoology as one of the electives deals with the study of animal kingdom including its allied areas such as habits, habitat and distribution of all the animals; their structure, classification, physiology besides other areas like  evolution, embryology, ethology etc. The program also provides an introduction to the recent advances in zoology in the areas of systematics, biochemistry, cytology, genetics and animal ecology. This course is offered for candidates who are interested in the study of animals. The minimum time required to complete the course is three years.

After successfully completing B. Sc. (Zoology) Programme students will be able to:

PLO 1: Understand and be aware of relevant theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of zoology.

PLO 2: Compare and contrast the characteristics of animals that differentiate them from other forms of life as well as easily classify the animals based on their characteristic features.

PLO 3: Understand the structure and functions of cell and its organization.

PLO 4: Relate the various abiotic factors with health of living forms and ecosystems and to understand the challenges caused due to pollution, need for focus on sustainable development, conserving natural resources and wildlife.

PLO 5: Explain the structure, classification, role and biological significance of various biomolecules in living systems.

PLO 6: Understand the anatomy and Physiology of human body and relating the various life processes

PLO 7: Correlate the behavior of animals with their environment, conspecifics and abiotic biotic factors and evolutionary relationships.

PLO 8: Apply the knowledge of Zoology to understand genetics, the complex life Processes and its phenomena.

PLO 9: Develop competence in basic sciences and in the content of the specific courses that constitute the principal knowledge of their degree.

PLO 10: Acquire the skills in handling scientific instruments, planning and performing in laboratory experiments