BS Zoology

Zoology is the scientific study of the characteristics and classification of animals. Zoology is a vibrant and growing discipline with substantial relevance for modern society. Knowledge of animal’s biology contributes to the development strategies to reduce and cope with pollution, strive for renewable sources, deal with environmental changes, discover new biologically based solution to human/animal diseases and develop biopharmaceuticals. The study of Zoology is increasingly recognized as vital for understanding and protecting our planet.

Outline

Zoology is the scientific study of the characteristics and classification of animals. Zoology is a vibrant and growing discipline with substantial relevance for modern society. Knowledge of animal’s biology contributes to the development strategies to reduce and cope with pollution, strive for renewable sources, deal with environmental changes, discover new biologically based solution to human/animal diseases and develop biopharmaceuticals. The study of Zoology is increasingly recognized as vital for understanding and protecting our planet.

Road Map

  • Year 1, Semester 2


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs
  • 1(Compulsory-IV) English-II: Communication Skills3(3 0)
  • 2(Compulsory-V) Islamic Studies / Ethics2(2 0)
  • 3(Compulsory-VI) Biostatistics/Univ option3(2 1)
  • 4(General-III) Botany-II/ Etc. (Plant Systematics, Anatomy and Development/ Embryology)3(2 1)
  • 5(General-IV) Chemistry-II/ Etc. (Organic Chemistry)3(2 1)
  • 6(Foundation-II) Principles of Animal Life-II4(3 1)
  • Total18

  • Year 2, Semester 3


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs
  • 1(Compulsory-VII) English-III: Technical writing and presentation skills3(3 0)
  • 2(Compulsory-VIII) Introduction to Computer3(1 2)
  • 3(General-V) Botany-III/ Etc. (Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution)3(2 1)
  • 4(General-VI) Chemistry-III/ Etc. (Environmental Chemistry)3(2 1)
  • 5(Foundation-III) Animal Diversity: Invertebrates4(3 1)
  • Total16
  • Year 2, Semester 4


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs
  • 1(Compulsory-IX)* English-IV / Univ. Option3(3 0)
  • 2(General-VII) Botany-IV/ Etc. (Plant Physiology and Ecology)3(2 1)
  • 3(Foundation-IV) Animal Diversity: Chordates4(3 1)
  • 4(Foundation-V) Animal Form and Function-I4(3 1)
  • 5(Foundation-VI) Animal Form and Function-II4(3 1)
  • Total18

  • Year 3, Semester 6


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs
  • 1(Foundation-VIII) Biological Techniques3(1 2)
  • 2(Foundation-IX) Evolution and Principles of Systematics3(2 1)
  • 3(Major-IV) Developmental Biology4(3 1)
  • 4(Major-V) Genetics4(3 1)
  • 5(Major-VI) Wildlife2(2 0)
  • Total16

  • Year 4, Semester 8


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs
  • 1(Major-XI) Bioinformatics3(1 2)
  • 2(Major-XII)*** Thesis/Research Project/Internship-II4(0 4)
  • 3(Elective-II) (General Microbiology)3(2 1)
  • 4(Elective-III) (Immunology)3(2 1)
  • 5(Elective-IV) (Microbiology and Biotechnology)3(2 1)
  • Total16

* University has the option to recommend any other course in lieu of English IV
** Fisheries/ Parasitology/Microbiology/ Entomology/Immunology/ Environmental Sciences/Marine Zoology/ Endocrinology etc. (universities may offer any other special paper depending upon the availability of the expertise)
*** Research Project/Internship will be offered over two semesters and report be submitted at the end of semester VIII for the evaluation
**** All elective subjects should be selected to support the opted special paper

Admission Criteria

Prospects

Fee Structure

BS Zoology ( 4 yrs, 8 semesters)

  • Courses Cr. Hrs. Fee per course Admission Fee Total Fee 1st Semester
  • 4213515,00025,000617,500107,500

Disclaimer

The above-mentioned fee structure is for illustration purpose only. UCP reserves the rights to make changes in the Fee Structure whenever deemed necessary or appropriate.
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