Department of Zoology

Government Holkar (Model Autonomous) Science College, Indore (M.P.), INDIA

(NAAC Accredited "A" Grade College)

Established: 1891

    Thought of the Day   

" In a gentle way, you can shake the world ""

~ Mahatma Gandhi ~

    Academic    


    Subject Combination At UG Level:

    Zoology Biotechnology, Chemistry

    Zoology Bio-informatics, Computer

    Zoology Bio-chemistry, Computer

    Zoology Micro-biology, Chemistry

    Zoology Pharma-chemistry, Chemistry

    Zoology Chemistry, Botany 

    Zoology Computer, Geology

    Zoology Botany, Seed

    Zoology Chemistry, Fish

    Zoology Chemistry, Forensic Science

    NUMBER OF SECTIONS AT UG LEVEL

    B. Sc.I & II sem.

    B4 (Chemistry+Zoology+Biotech.)

    B6 (Computer+Zoology+Biotech)

    B7 (Computer+Zoology+Biochem.)

    B8  (Chemistry+Zoology+Micro)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology+Pharna)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology+Pharna)

    B10 A   ( Chemistry+Zoology+Geology)

    B10B    (Chemistry+Zoology+Fish)

    B11     (Chemistry+Botany+Zoology)

    B14   ( Chemistry+Zoology+Forensic Science)

    B. Sc.III & IV sem.

    B4 (Chemistry+Zoology +Biotech.)

    B6(Computer+Zoology+Biotech)

    B7 Computer+Zoology+Biochem.)

    B8  (Chemistry+Zoology +Micro)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology +Pharna)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology +Pharna)

    B10 A   (Chemistry+Zoology +Geology)

    B10B    (Chemistry+Zoology +Fish)

    B11     (Chemistry+Botany+Zoology)

    B14   (Chemistry+Zoology +Forensic Science)

    B. Sc.V & VI sem.

    B3 (Chemistry+Zoology +Biotech.)

    B4 (Chemistry+Zoology +Biotech.)

    B6(Computer+Zoology+Biotech)

    B7 Computer+Zoology+Biochem.)

    B8  (Chemistry+Zoology +Micro)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology+Pharna)

    B9    (Chemistry+Zoology +Pharna)

    B10 A   (Chemistry+Zoology +Geology)

    B10B    (Chemistry+Zoology +Fish)

    B11     (Chemistry+Botany+Zoology)

    B14   (Chemistry+Zoology +Forensic Science)

    Title of Papers taught at UG Level

    B. Sc. I Semester: Invertebrate

    B. Sc. II Semester: vertebrate and Evolution

    B. Sc. III Semester: Heredity & Variation, Gene and Genetic Material

    B. Sc. IV Semester: Animal Physiology

    B. Sc. V Semester: Applied Zoology

    B. Sc. VI Semester: Environmental Biology and Evolution

    AT PG Level (M.Sc. Zoology)

    M. Sc. I Semester  (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I Biosystematics, Taxonomy and evolution

    Paper – II Structure And Function of Invertebrates

    Paper – III Quantitative biology, biodiversity and wildlife

    Paper – IV Biomolecules and Structural Biology

    M. Sc. II Semester (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I General And Comparative Animal Physiology And Endocronology

    Paper – II Population Ecology and Environmental physiology 

    Paper – III Tools And Techniques In Biology

    Paper – IV Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

    M. Sc. III Semester (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates

    Paper – II Limnology

    Paper – III Eco- Toxicology

    Paper IV Aquaculture

    M. Sc. IV Semester (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I Animal Behaviour and Neurophysiology (Compulsory)

    Paper – II Gamete Biology, Development and Differentiation (Compulsory)

    Paper – III A Icthyology (Fish) Structure and Function of fish (Optional/Special) 

    Paper – III-B Cell Biology (Optional)

    Paper IV-A(Pisci Culture and Economic Importance of Fishes (Icthyology)  (Optional)

    Paper IV-B  Cellular Organization and Molecular Organization (Optional)

    At Post PG  Level M. Phil. (Zoology)

    I Semester  (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I Review of Literature

    Paper – II Computer Applications

    Paper – III Quantitative Techniques

    Paper – IV Research Methodology

    II Semester  (Title of Papers)

    Paper – I Subject-Specific-I (Cell and Molecular Biology)

    Paper – II Subject-Specific-I II (Limnology & Fish Productivity)

    III Semester  (Title of Papers)

    DISSERTAION/PROJECT

    Viva (Research Based)

    Term Assignment

    Seminar/Pre Submission Presentation