MS IN ZOOLOGY

MS IN ZOOLOGY

The Department of Biology offers MS program in Zoology which has been designed to address the future challenges to our World and preparing the graduates to help in identifying and suggesting solutions for either stopping or at least slowing down the process of rapid change taking place. The program aims to develop researchers to serve in universities, Institutes for ecology, environmental agencies, healthcare, molecular biology, conservation & forest management, climate change, scientific publishing, public education (zoos, museums, nature reserves, scientific societies etc.), biomedical sciences, diagnosing genetic disorders, National Institute of Oceanography, Wildlife Conservation and Management, Public and Private Sectors, Forensic Department, Environmental Institutions and Pathological Laboratories.

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Semester 1
BIF731Advanced Bioinformatics
BIO732Gene Manipulation and Genetic Engineering
BT731Modern Biotechnology: Principles & Applications
  • Handouts
  • Video Lectures
  • Midterm
  • Final Term
  • Viva
BT733Bioethics, Biosecurity and Biosafety
  • Handouts
  • Video Lectures
  • Midterm
  • Final Term
  • Viva
Semester 2
BIO731Advanced Molecular Biology
BIO733Applied Biostatistics
BIO734Advances in Cell Biology
ZOO731Advanced Analytical Techniques
Semester 3
ZOO720Thesis