The college has designed the courses in such a way that the courses are skill-based, choice-based and cross-disciplinary, trans-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary in nature that would provide the students the option of electives across the disciplines as per the objectives of the new NEP. Exiting the course after the first year will get students a certificate, after the second year would get them a diploma, after the third year would get them a degree, and exiting after the full four years would get them BA/B. Sc. honors. Students can pursue research in fourth year. The students also have the provision to continue their education to post-graduation as well as PhD.
Chemistry is an incredibly fascinating field of study that encompasses almost every aspect of our existence in some way. It is a fundamental part of our daily life such from the air we breathe to the soil on which we grow fruits and vegetables. Even the emotions we feel and the clothes we feel are somehow associated with the wide spectrum of Chemistry. There are a wide range of courses after B.Sc. Chemistry Honors that range from master’s, postgraduate diplomas to PhD level courses. Graduates in chemical science who have a thorough understanding of the many chemical kinds, compositions, and properties have an opportunity here. Research labs, businesses (mainly chemical and pharmaceutical), and colleges and universities are the three main industries where chemical graduates are hired.
Due to the wide variety of animals and the intricate processes that take place inside them, zoology is one of the most interdisciplinary fields of study. Zoology studies sometimes begin with a general study of the main ideas of biosciences, including crucial chemicals, genes, and cells. These courses are typically provided as a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree. You will study taxonomy, ecology, fundamental biochemistry, biodiversity, and animal behaviour in addition to learning how to protect and care for animal life. After finishing their post-graduate studies, candidates can choose to pursue a Ph.D. in Zoology. Candidates for this field primarily learn about the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, ecology, behaviour, and conservation of animals. After earning a B.Sc., M.Sc., or Ph.D. in Zoology, there are numerous career choices. Candidates can find employment prospects in governmental offices, environmental organisations, academic institutions, the biotech, pharmaceutical, and environmental/ecological industries.