Programme B. Sc. I  Sem I (Botany)
Course: Biodiversity of microbes, algaeand fungi
Course Objective
  • To improve knowledge of science is the basic objective of this programme.
  • To understand scientific terms, concepts, facts phenomenon and relationship.
  • To develop skill in practical work, experiment and laboratory material.
  • To develop ability for the application of acquired knowledge to improve agriculture.
Course outcomes
Students are able to:
  • Understand definition of science
  • Use of science for developing view of society towards nature.
  • Knowledge of lower plants.
  • Value of biodiversity and environment.
  • Use of microbes in agriculture.
  • Knowledge of disease which found in plants.
Programme B.Sc.-I PART –I   Semester-I
Course –DSC- 14 A 
Biodiversity of Archegoniate
Course Objectives
This is paper is designed:
  • To classified the vascular plants and non-vascular plants
  • To grasping the general characters about Bryophytes and Pteridophytes
  • To understand the morphology, anatomy of plant pats such as leaves, stem or rhizomes ,roots and rhizophore etc.
  • To enhance the knowledge about the reproductions in plants
Course Outcome
Students are able to:
  • To describe the alternation of generation in Ricciaand Funaia
  • To draw the structure of external and internal structures of the plants
  • To write the reproductive in higher and lower plants
  • To analyse the vascular and non - vascular plants
Programme B.Sc.-I  PART –I  Semester-II
Course Botany paper –III
Pteridophytes gymnosperms, angiospermsand plant anatomy
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To enhance the basic concepts of vascular plants
  • To understand the general classification of pteridophytes, gymnosperms and angiosperms.
  • To develop the scientific skills about vascular plants.
  • To understand the feature and importance ofpteridophytes, gymnosperms and angiosperms.
  • Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To write the concept of vascular plants
  • To differentiate the pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms.
  • To give the examples of higher plats 
  • To analyze the different  types of tissue
  • To draw the anatomy of leaves, stems, roots of higher plants
  • To write the general characters of pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms.
Programme B.Sc.-II  PART –II   Semester-II
Algae, fungi, Bryophytes and Industrial applications
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To penetrate the life history of Oedogoniumand Sargassum
  • To understand the development of holobasidium and basidiphores
  • To clarify the anatomy, morphology, reproduction and alternation of generation in Anthoceros
  • To improve the knowledge of advantages of industrial applications.
  • To develop the industrial skills in mushroom cultivation ad biofertilizers.
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To enlist the general characters of Chlorophyta, Phaeophyta, Basidiomycetes, Anthecerrotpsida
  • To describe the economic importance of Sargassum, Oedogonium, Lichens and Mushrooms
  • To write the sexul and asexual reproductions in Sargassum,  andOedogonium.
  • To draw the internal structure of thallus of Anthoceros
Programme B. Sc. II  Sem III(Botany)
Course: Plant physiology, ecologyand Horticulture
Course Objective
  • To develop skills in practical work, experiment and laboratory material.
  • To create interest of students in subject.
  • To develop scientific attitude in students
  • Use of science in day today life
Course outcomes
Students are able to:
  • Understand use of scientific knowledge in practical work.
  • Understandvalue of biodiversity and its protection
  • Understandlife cycle of plant and its physiology.
  • Knowledge of evolution process and adaptability in plant
  • Understand horticulture technique.
Programme B.Sc.-II  PART –II  Semester-IV
Course Botany paper –VII
Pteridophytes gymnosperms, angiospermsand plant anatomy
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To study of life cycle and reproduction in Psilotum and Equisetum
  • To understand the different techniques in slide preparation of higher plant parts
  • To learn the primary structure of monocotyledons and dicotyledons
  • To interpret the plant anatomy
  • To describe the general account of morphology of inflorescence
Course Outcomes
The students are able:
  • To write the life cycles of pteridophytes and gymnosperms 
  • To enlist the system of classification in angiosperms 
  • To draw the external and internal characters of higher plants
  • To define the primary and secondary growth in monocot and dicot
Programme B. Sc. III Sem IV (Botany)
Genetics and Analytical technique in Plant sciences
Course Objective
  • To provide practical experience to students
  • To give knowledge of analyticaltechniqueused  plant sciences.
  • To understand scientific terms, concepts, facts phenomenon and the relationship
  • To improve scientific ability to working the field of research
  • To understand knowledge of subject.
Course outcomes
Students are able to:
  • Understand and use of analytical technique in plant sciences.
  • Understanding of terms, concepts and facts phenomenon andrelationship between them
  • Understandconcept of population mutation and inheritance.
Programme B.Sc.-III  PART –III   Semester-V 
Course Botany paper –IX
Fundamental of plan physiology and Ecology
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To understand the mineral nutrition and nitrogen metabolism
  • To develop the scientific skills related to photosynthesis and respiration
  • To know the environmental features
  • To increase the information about the population and population ecology with respect to natality, mortality and density of population.
  • To learn about ecological factors which are helps in our day to day life.
  • To explain the dynamics ofecosystem.
  • To penetrate the phases and types of biogeochemical cycles
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To introduce the mineral nutrition
  • To analyse the Calvin cycle, CAM , C4 cycle, Kreb cycle
  • To discuss the concept and  limiting factors of population
  • To write the functions of food chain, food web, trophic levels, ecological pyramids.
  • To describe the photosynthesis respiration and nitrogen metabolism in plants.

 

Programme B. Sc. III. Sem. V (Botany)
Course: Biology of nonvascular plants and Paleobotany
Course objective
  • To study the occurrence ,distribution origin ad evolution of sex of algae
  • To study different types of algae 
  • To study of  life cycles of two fresh algae i.e Chara and Ectocarpus 
  • To study occurrence, distribution, types of reproduction in fungi
  • To study of mycelium structure , nutrition, reproduction and economic importance of Albugo ad Uncinula 
  • To Comparative study of bryophytes with respect o their morphology, gametophyte and sporophyte structure.
  • To study alternation generation and life cycle of Funaria
  •  To detail study  of fossil genera  with their systematic position , external ,morphology anatomy  of Lyginopteris and Enigmocarpon
  • To study applications of paleobotany their role in microfossils and in oil and coal exploration.
Course Outcome
Students are able:
  • To write detail structure of CharaEctocarpus AlbugoUncinula and Funaria
  • To describe the reproduction in algae, fungi and bryophytes
  • To draw the internal and external structure of Lyginopteris and Enigmocarpon
  • to write the applications of paleobotany
Programme B. Sc. III. Sem. V (Botany)
Course: Plant Biochemistry
Course objective
This paper is designed:
  • To study the broad classification carbohydrate their properties like mono saccharide, disaccharide and oligosaccharide
  • To  study  Introduction, properties, structure and characteristics of amino acids.
  • To study biosynthesis of amino acids i.e. Proline
  • To classify protein, protein synthesis in eukaryotes and prokaryotes, post translation method in protein
  • To composition and structure of nucleic acid- DNA and RNA
  • To study different types of DNA- A, B and Z DNA
  • To study of types of RNA- mRNA, tRNA and rRNA
Course Outcome
Students are able:
  • To analyze the amino acids, proteins and nucleic acids
  • To write structure and characteristics of amino acid and nucleic acid 
  • To differentiate A,B, and Z DNA
  • To write the different types of amino acids, DNA and RNA.
  • To describe detail classification of protein
  • To write the protein synthesis in eukaryotes and prokaryotes
Programme B.Sc.-III  PART –III   Semester-VI
Course Botany paper –XVI
Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To explain the genetic information
  • To understand the concept of recombinant DNA Technology
  • To improve the skills in genetic engineering
  • To develop the skills and knowledge about tissue culture.
Course Outcomes
Students are able to:
  • To write the components of replication of DNA, denaturation and renaturation of DNA
  • To describe the recombinant DNA Technology 
  • To write the reports genes, transgenic plants ad applications of plant biotechnology
  • To do different techniques in tissue culture of plants.