Department of Zoology

Ph.d.

Dept. data last updated on :01/04/2021

COURSE.NAME :

Ph.D. Programme

COURSE.SPEC :

Entomology, Fishery Science and Aquaculture, Genetics, Nematology, Parasitology

COURSE.NOS :

As per the UGC guidelines and availability of seats, each year

COURSE.DEGREE :

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

In various R&D agencies and Research Institutes in India and abroad. PhD degree holders  are eligible for Assistant Professorship in any Indian Universities and abroad.

COURSE.PEO :

Ph.D. (Zoology)

Ph.D. (Zoology) Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The PEOs will enable students to:

PEO-1: Develop fundamental background and training in research in Zoology including specific experimental and research skills and approaches in selected areas of Zoology, Molecular Biology and Modern Biology.

PEO-2: Provide opportunities to develop transferable skills; inculcate a culture of quality and responsibility in conducting research.

PEO-3: Enhance a student’s capacity to work effectively with others, to solve problem, to think critically and innovatively in areas chosen.

PEO-4: Develop substantive knowledge in their areas of specialization. 

PEO-5: Master the analytical and methodological skills required to evaluate and conduct research in specialization and related areas. 

PEO-6: Design and conduct original research problems in their area of specialization.

PEO-7: Demonstrate the ability to communicate the results of their research work in a clear and effective manner. 

PEO-8: Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with other people from various ethnic, educational, and professional backgrounds. 

PEO-9: Demonstrate an understanding and concern for the high ethical standards in research, teaching, and service. 

PEO-10: Demonstrate the ability to teach post graduate and graduate courses in their areas of specialization. 


COURSE.PO :

Ph.D. (Zoology)

Ph.D. (Zoology) Programme Outcomes (POs)

After successfully completing Ph.D. Programme students will be able to:

PO-1: Access the primary literature, identify relevant works for a particular topic in life science, and evaluate the scientific content of these works.

PO-2: Explain the kinds of data generated by various workers in the field of Zoological research.

PO-3: Explain contemporary issues in Zoological sciences relevant to the area of specialization.

PO-4: Exercise critical judgment, independent thinking and problem solving through the research work undertaken.

PO-5: Demonstrate critical and creative thinking, with an aptitude for continued self- directed learning.

PO-6: Graduates will be able to summarize major themes and current research problems in their area of specialization (review).

PO-7: Possess an ability to identify, formulate, and solve biological problems to contribute to service efforts to the community.

PO-8: Apply multidisciplinary fundamentals of statistical tools, software and physical principles (physics, chemistry) to the analysis of relevant biological situations.

PO-9: Write scientific reports and communicate results in oral presentations.

PO-10: Publish the findings in scientific journal, conference proceedings and books.

PO-11: Write thesis in a standard scientific format using the current norms of scientific writings.

PO-12: Students master the objectives for learning outcomes in an undergraduate discipline.

PO-13: Graduates will be able to communicate the major tenets of their field and their work orally and in writing for students, peers and the lay public (tutorial).

PO-14: Graduates will be able to identify areas where ethical issues may arise in their work or discipline, and articulate strategies for dealing with ethical issues in the profession.

PO-15: Graduates will be able to explain and identify fresh problems and areas needing development in environment, health and agriculture.


COURSE.Accr :

Yes