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Zoology

B.Sc.I Year, Semester- I

Syllabus Animal Diversity – Invertebrates

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – 2017-18

 

Instruction                                                                                          4 hours / week

             Number of Periods                                                                               60 Periods

             Number of credits:                                                                                 4

 

 Objectives

  • The course will cover Invertebrates, which is the science that studies the animals without backbone.
  • Introduce students to the difference between invertebrates and vertebrates.
  • Study the link between vertebrates and invertebrates
  • Study the important features of the animal type study: Digestive system, Respiratory system, Circulatory system, Nervous system, Reproductive system and Life cycles.

Outcomes- 

  • This syllabus enables students to have grip in Basic Sciences helps in understanding Invertebrates in detail.
  • Helps in acquiring Practical knowledge through specimens and slides

 

B.Sc. I Year SEMESTER- II

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – II

Perspectives in Ecology and Animal Behavior-2017-18

Instruction                                                                                                        4 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                       60 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                       4

Objectives-

  • To have a good understanding of ecology and Zoogeographical regions and their important fauna
  • To know the basic principles of wildlife, wild life resourses & management.
  • To be able to analyse wildlife problem by studying various Wild life projects

 Outcomes

  • There will be increase demand for Zoologists and Wild life biologists in future with  need to study the effects of human growth and development on wild life and natural  environment
  • Foundation to work in farming, wildlife, veterinary or pet care industries.
  • Animal behavioral adaptations & learning process

 

B.Sc. II Year – SEMESTER III

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – III

Animal Diversity- Vertebrates and Developmental Biology- 2018-19

Instruction                                                                                                       4 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                       60 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                       4

Objecticves:-

  • The student will learn to observe the characteristics of  vertebrates
  • The student will practice sorting and analytical skills.
  • The course gives the basis understanding of Vertebrate development.
  • The goal is to provide students with an understanding of the principles of embryology.

Outcomes

  • Learn to identify Animals is the basic foundation for the Research.
  • Describes how scientific methods are used to explain Natural phenomena.

B.Sc. II Year SEMESTER -IV

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – IV

Cell Biology, Genetics & Evolution -2018-19

Instruction                                                                                                                     4 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                        60 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                         4

Objectives

  • Students will understand how these cellular components are used to generate and utilize energy in cells
  • Students will understand the cellular components underlying cell division.
  • Students will apply their knowledge of cell biology to selected examples of changes or losses in cell function. These can include responses to environmental or physiological changes, or alterations of cell function brought about by mutation
  • Give the composition of proteins and nucleic acids.
  • to understand the gene pools-Hardy-weinberg’s law,Isolation ,speciation & Natural selection

Outcomes

  • Awareness on the advances in evolution of animals.
  • Understanding safe Laboratory practices and perfom basic molecular biology and Genetic practicals

 

B.Sc. III Year SEMESTER- V

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – V

Physiology: Life Sustaining Systems-2019-20

Instruction                                                                                                                    3 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                       45 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                       3

 

The Objectives:-

  • To provide you with an understanding of the fundamental principles of animal physiology;
  • The syllabus will address topics in physiology of digestion, nerve function, muscle function

Osmo regulation and excretion, respiration & circulation

  • To provide experience in researching, discussing, and answering questions about animal physiology
  • Describe the important structural features of biomolecules carbohydrates, proteins and lipids on the basis of their structure & function

Outcomes

  • An integrated understanding of Physiological mechanisms.
  • An interdisciplinary understanding of Zoology with chemistry.
  • Understanding better laboratory practices and performing Biochemical Estimations.

                                                                   B.Sc. III Year VI – SEMESTER

Discipline Specific Elective, Paper – VI

Entomology-2019-20

Instruction                                                                                                                   3 hours/week

Number of periods                                                                                                                 45

Number of credits                                                                                                         3

 

OR

 

 

B.Sc. III Year V – SEMESTER

Discipline Specific Elective, Paper – VI

SERICULTURE-2019-20

 

Instruction                                                                                                                   3 hours/week

Number of periods                                                                                                                  45

Number of credits:                                                                                                       2

 

 

 

B.Sc. III Year VI– SEMESTER

Discipline Specific Course, Paper – VII

Immunology and Animal Biotechnology-2019-20

 

Instruction                                                                                                                     3 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                        45 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                         3

 

Objectives-

  • Development of a personal strategy to regularly maintain and update medical knowledge
  • To learn about the structural features of the components of the immune system as well as their functions, mechanisms involved in immune system development and responsiveness.
  • To develop understanding of plasmids, vectors, recombinant technology, cloning, Transgenesis and stem cell technology.

 

    Outcomes-

  • Apply scientific principles in the integration of immunological response and data.
  • Understanding the roles of Immunology in protection against diseases & autoimmune disorders in their daily lives.

 

 

 

 

B.Sc. III Year VI – SEMESTER

Discipline Specific Elective, Paper – VIII

AQUACULTURE-2019-20

 

Instruction                                                                                                                     3 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                        45 Periods

Number of credits:                                                                                                         3

 

OR

 

 

B.Sc. III Year VI – SEMESTER

Discipline Specific Elective, Paper – VIII

Public Health and Hygiene-2019-20

 

Instruction                                                                                                                     3 hours / week

Number of Periods                                                                                                          45 Periods

Number of credits: