Zoology

Journey of the Department of Zoology started long back in 2001 in the responsible hand of Prof. Adhir Das. In the year of 2003 the Department was progressed with the inclusion of Honours Course. Since then this Department has produced a good number of students who are well established in their career. Being situated in a rural area of Southern Bengal this Department has played an important role in shaping the mindset of local village students towards nature conservation and understanding the importance of natural resources in human's life.

Faculties

Faculties

Mr. Prosenjit Dawn(HOD)

Academic Qualification: Pursuing PhD (Registration in 2015), MSC, CSIR NET in 2013,

Area of Specialization:Entomology, Ecology, Taxonomy

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Dr. Dhruba Chandra Dhali

Academic Qualification: Post Doctorate (ZSI, Calicut), Ph. D.(CU), M. Sc.

Area of Specialization: Entomology,Arachnology ,Taxonomy

Experience: view 

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Dr. Mohua Das (CWTT)

Academic Qualification: Ph.D, M.Sc.

Area of Specialization: Research Domain: Fisheries And Aquaculture And Bio-Chemistry.

Experience: Teaching: 8 Years.  Research: 6 Years

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Co-Curricular Interest:Life member of Zoological society of India, Kolkata.

Dr. Madhumita Mandal

Academic Qualification: Ph.D, NET

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Facilities

Excursion

Being students of  natural science, students of department of zoology must have an exposure to the nature. For the partial fulfilment of their curriculum regular field visits are organised from the department. This field exposure help the students to understand the subject more easily as they visualise the written theories in real world. Moreover, these educational tours teach them how to work as team and to overcome difficulties by their own. Generally one long and several local excursions cover ecologically important places in and around the state.  

Laboratory

Regular educational tours are organized by the department for partial fulfillment of the 

student’s curriculum and for better understanding of their theoretical knowledge.

 

Students Seminar

Studying hard is important to gain some knowledge. It is equally important to know how to express or to represent the knowledge we have. Students are regularly asked to present oral presentation or posters about subjects within their curriculum. It is said that " Teaching makes you learn better"; So, through the seminar the students gain confidence about the subject and most importantly about presenting something in front of  a scientific audience, which help them in long run. 

Vision

The vision of the Zoology department is to develop a world class leading department of scientific Education in Zoology to cater the national and international demand and necessity for quality scientist for a better world. The department will also be a center of excellence in research and education for the generation of innovative knowledge and best practices in the field of Zoology.

Mission

    • To provide quality education in the area of Zoology with strong fundamentals, through rigorous curriculum that develops the ability to solve problems individually and in a team.
    • To impart education which may provide innovative skills in their respective area of specialization for society at large and to generate and disseminate/propagate innovative knowledge and differential thinking in the field of life science essential to the local and global need.
    • To develop competent man power with deep awareness in human values and ethics - creating globally acceptable high quality skilled, potential, professional individuals for Industries, Academics and Society at large.

Courses

Department of Zoology offers 3 years Honours and General course for the degree of B.Sc. under the new regulation of University of Calcutta. The syllabus for Honours is divided into 3 years curriculum containing 8 papers with 500 marks in theory and 300 marks in Practical (total 800). Syllabus for General course contains 4 papers with 270 marks in theory and 130 marks in practical( total 400).

Syllabus: Zoology(Hons & General)

Modules: Honours

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Best Practices

•Student Seminar
•Regular class tests
•Study materials or class materials to be distributed to the students through e-mail or whatsapp.
•Wildlife documentry and movie show related to the subject.
•More than 70% student attendance

Future Speak

•ICT facilities in all classrooms

•Mordernization of laboratories 

•Preliminary research exposure for the students

•Teachers will participate in Research Projects sanctioned by UGC

•Other Certificate Courses will be organized on different aspects of environment and applied zoology.