Department of Zoology

Faculty History

S.N.Name DesignationWorking fromTo
1.Ku. Shalini KujurGuest Teacher11-09-201205-02-2013
2.Anup SinghGuest Teacher12-09-201328-02-2014
3.Anup SinghGuest Teacher22-08-201428-02-2015
4.Rathlal SidarGuest Teacher17-08-201529-02-2016
5.Ku. Rama PathakGuest Teacher17-08-201628-02-2017
6.Ku. Rama PathakGuest Teacher04-08-201731-08-2017
7.Mr. Ashish Kumar RajpalAssistant Professor07-09-2017Present

Program offered

Name of the Program – B.Sc.

Duration and pattern – Three Years Degree course with Annual Examination pattern

Subjects Includes in the program – Botany, Chemistry, Zoology, Foundation Course Hindi and Foundation Course English. (Environmental studies at 1st year only)

Outcomes

Program Outcome- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

  • To provide knowledge of scientific aspects of Botany, zoology and chemistry.
  • To develop Scientific temperament.
  • To develop critical thinking.
  • To build confidence, better communication skills and creativity
  • To enrich the problem solving capability and understanding of concept herein.
  • To develop writing, teaching and presentation skills.
  • To promote group activities, team work, social values.
  • To motivate the students for being an active learner.
  • To familiar with ethical approaches within concerned subjects and make them a good citizen.

Program specific outcome –  B.Sc. -1 Zoology

PSO1 – Students will able to understand basic concept of cell biology and immunology.

PSO2 – Students will have idea of animal diversity

PSO3 – Students will able to charecterise and classify non chordate animals.

PSO4 – Students will be able to understand charecters and classification of chordates.

PSO5 – Students will be able to understand adoptive features of higher animals

PSO6 – Students will be able to understand embryonic development of animals.

Course outcome – B.Sc. 1 , Zoology, Paper 1 (Cell biology and Non-chordata)

CO1 – Students will able to understand organization of cell.

CO2 – Students will be able to know Structure and function of cell organelles.

CO3 – Students will be able to understand cell division.

CO4 – Students will have elementary idea of cancer biology, cell transformation and immunology.

CO5 – Students will be able to characterize and classify protozoans, porifers and coelenterates.

CO6 – Students will be able to understand defining features (type study), physiology and life cycle of paramaecium, sycon and obelia.

CO7 – Students will be able to characterize and classify nematodes, annelids and arthropods.

CO8 – students will be able to study fasciola, ascaris, pheretima and palaemon as type.

CO9 – Students will be able to charectesrise and classify molluscs and echinoderms.

CO10 – Students will be able to study pila and starfish as type.

Course outcome – B.Sc. 1, Zoology, Paper -2 (Chordata and Embryology)

CO1 – Students will be able to classify hemichordates and study balanoglosus as type.

CO2 -= Students will able to classify chordates and study amphioxus as a protochordate type.

CO3 – Students will be able to understand petromizon and myxine.

 CO4 – Students will be able to study skin, migration and parental care in fishes.

CO5 – Students will get idea on neoteny and parental care in amphibians.

CO6 – Students will be able to understand poison apparatus and differentiate between poisonous and non poisonous snakes.

 CO7 – Students will be able to study extinct reptiles.

CO8 – Students will understand adaptive features and migration in birds.

CO9 – Students will be able to characterize and compare features in mammals.

CO10 – Students will be able to Describe adaptations in aquatic mammals.

 CO11 – Students will be able to understand embryonic development of animals.

CO12 – Students will be able to describe early embryonic development in chick and frog.

CO13 – Students will be able to explain placenta in mammals.

Program Specific Outcome – B.Sc. 2 , Zoology

PSO1 – Students will able to describe anatomy and physiology of different systems in vertebrates.

PSO2- Students will able to understand functioning of animal body in vertebrates.

PSO3 – Students will able to study endocrinology of vertebrate.

PSO4 – Students will able to explain reproductive biology in vertebrates.

PSO5 – Students will able to understand evolution and behavior of animals.

PSO6 – Students will able to apply knowledge of aquaculture, sericulture, poultry and pest control for economic wellbeing.

Course Outcomes – Zoology B.Sc.-2 Paper-1 (Anatomy and Physiology)

CO1 – Students will be able to understand and compare Integumentary system and derived structures such as scales , hair and feathers.

CO2 – Students will be able to understand and compare digestive system of vertebrates.

CO3 – Students will be able to understand respiratory organs in vertebrates.

CO4 – Students will be able to study Endoskeleton, circulatory system and excretory system in vertebrates.

CO5 – students will be able to explain evolution of heart and aortic arches in vertebrates.

CO6 – Students will be able to understand nervous system.

CO7 – Students will be able to study structure and function of Eye and ear.

CO8 – Students will understand anatomy of gonads and genital ducts.

CO9 – Students will be able understand physiology of digestion.

CO10 – Students will be able to understand physiology of heart and explain cardiac cycle and ECG.

CO11 – Students will be able to understand blood coagulation.

CO12 – Students will be able to understand mechanism and control of breathing

CO 13 – Students will be able to understand physiology of excretion and osmoregulation.

CO14 –Students will learn about physiology of muscle contraction and nerve impulse conduction.

Course outcome – B.Sc. 2 Zoology Paper -2 (Vertebrate endocrinology, Reproductive Biology, Behavior, Evolution and Applied Zoology)

CO1 – students will be able to learn about endocrine glands, hormone receptor and biosynthesis of hormones.

CO2 – Students will be able to understand endocrine disorders related to some endocrine glands.

CO3 – Students will be able to understand reproductive cycle in vertebrates and hormonal regulation herein.

CO4 – Students will be able to describe organic evolution.

CO5- students will be able to understand theories of organic evolution.

CO6- students will be able to explain variation, Mutation, isolation and natural selction.

CO7 – Students will be able to explain evolution of Horse.

CO8 – Students will be able to understand different types of animal behavior.

CO8- Students will understand effect of hormone and Drugs on behavior.

CO9 – students will study aquaculture, sericulture, apiculture, poultry farming and pest control and apply its concepts for economic prospect.

Program Specific Outcomes – B.Sc. – 3 Zoology

PSO1- students will be able to understand Ecology and environment and its interaction with living beings.

PSO2-

PSO3- Students will be able to understand energy flow in living world.

PSO4 – Students will learn about toxicology, animal poison and food poisoning.

PSO5- Students will be able to understand microbiology and medical zoology.

PSO6- Students will learn about advanced field of biology such as Genetics, Biochemistry, cell physiology and Biotechnology.

PSO7- Students will be able to study aquaculture, sericulture , apiculture, poultry farming and pest control and apply its concepts for economic prospect.

Course Outcomes B.Sc. – 3 Zoology Paper 1 ( Ecology, Environmental biology, Toxicology, Microbiology and Medical Zoology)

CO1- Students will be able to understand aims and scope of ecology and major ecosystems of world.

CO2- Students will be able to explain population, communities and its characters.

CO3- students will be able to understand biogeochemical cycles , pollution and ecological succession.

CO4 – Students will be able to learn laws of limiting factor and energy flow within ecosystem.

CO5- Students will be able to learn about conservation of natural resources and Environmental Impact Assessment.

CO6- Students will be able to understand concept of Toxicology.

CO7- Students will be able to learn Heavy Metal toxicity, animal poisons and food poisoning.

CO8- Students will be able to understand pathogenic microorganisms, protozoans, nematodes and diseases associated with it.

CO9- Students will be able to understand vector insects.

Course Outcomes B.Sc.- 3 Zoology Paper – 2(Genetics, Cell physiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Biotechniques)

CO1 – Students will be able to understand linkage, linkage maps and sex determination.

CO2- Students will be able to learn about Gene interactions and Mutation.

CO3- Students will be able to understand chromosomal alteration syndromes and single gene disorders with reference to humans.

CO4- Students will be able to learn about pH and Buffer.

CO5- Students will be able to understand transport across membrane and Enzyme’s classification and action.

CO6- Students will be able to explain structure and function of amino acids and protein.

CO7- Students will be able to understand metabolism of Carbohydrate, lipid and protein.

CO8- Students will be able to learn Recombinant DNA technique, gene cloning and application of biotechnology. CO9- Students will be able to understand functioning of pH meter, colorimeter, microscope, centrifuge, chromatography and electrophoresis.