About Botany

The Science faculty of the college was established on 29-08-1978. The Department of Botany was a founding department in the Stream. Sri Kartik Pathak, Sri Gunindra Saikia and Sri Kiran Ch. Sarmah were the founder faculty members of the department. Ms. Mrigakshi Dutta Hazarika, Sri Probin Kr. Deuri and Sri Paresh Dutta joined the department in later period. In 1980, Degree course was introduced and Major in Botany was started in 1990. Sri Gunindra Saikia of the department is the present Vice-Principal of the College. The department produces distinguish alumni who have engaged in different sphere of life.

 

Eligibility for Admission : For Major course, minimum 45% in aggregate and 50% marks in Biology in HS Final Examination.

 

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO1.

This programme helps the student to define and explain major concept in the Biological science.

PSO2.

This programme enables the student to use instruments and to learn proper laboratory techniques.

PSO3.

This programme help student to communicate environmental knowledge in oral and in written form.

PSO4.

This programme helps the student to explain how organisms interact with the environment.

PSO5.

Students will be able to explain basic concepts of model and advantages of using stimulation models.

PSO6.

This programme helps students to apply quantitative skills such as estimations, graphing data and statistical analysis.

PSO7.

This programme will learn a variety of skills necessary to functions as a biologist in the workplace or as a candidate for an advanced degree.

PSO8.

This helps the student to develop scientific critical thinking skills in both mass media and in research fields.

PSO9.

By this programme students will develop an awareness of the impact that biological has had on society as large as with other discipline.

 

Course Outcome (CO)

Major Course

Paper- 101 (Algae, Fungi and Lichen)

This paper provided basic knowledge of thallus morphology, reproduction and evolution of lower cryptogams and plant pathology.

 

Paper – 201 (Plant pathology)

This paper provided fundamental knowledge on the structure, morphology, reproduction, alteration of generation and tissue organisation and spore dispersal mechanism in Bryophytes.

 

Paper – 301 (Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Palalobotany)

This course provides comparative account of structural morphology, distribution anatomy, reproduction and evolution of seed habit in higher cryptogams; special emphasis is to be given on the stellar structure and evolutionary links.

 

 Paper – 401 (Morphology and Taxonomy of Angiosperms)

The main aim of this course is to provide fundamentals of angiosperm morphology and classification with special referemic to the phyllogeneric relationship of various taxa.

 

Paper – 402 (Cell Biology and modern Laborate Technique)

This paper provides fundamental knowledge of structural and functional aspects of cell and cell organelles and the tools and techniques used in modern biological study.

 

Paper – 501 (Development and Reproduction in Angiosperm)

This paper provides fundamental knowledge of structural and functional aspects of cell organelles and the tools and techniques used in modern biology.

 

Paper – 502 (Genetics & Plant Breeding, Biostatistics)

The main objective of this course is to introduce the students with the basic knowledge of plant genetics and application of genetic for improvement of crop, application of statics in Biology.

 

Paper – 503 (plant Physiology)

This course provides the students with the basic knowledge on major physiological aspects of plants.

 

Paper – 504 (Plant Ecology, Phytogeography and evolution)

This paper provides basic knowledge of plant ecology, structure and function of nature plants units, habitat, degradation and role of plant on improvement of habitat Conservation of ecology, phytogeography and evolution.

 

Paper – 601 (Functional and Chemical Biology)

This course provides to introduce the students with the basic knowledge of modern approaches to functional and chemical biology of plants.

 

Paper 502 - (molecular Biology and Immunology)

This course provides to introduce the students with the fundamentals of modern biology and immunology of plants.

 

Paper 503 – (Biophysics and Bio information)

The main objective of this course is to introduce the students with the tools and technique of physical and computer science used in biological study.

 

Paper 504 – (Utilization of plants)

The main objective of this course is to provide students comprehensive knowledge of usefulness of plant resources for human welfare.

Sri Gunindra Saikia

Vice Prinicipal

Ms Mrigakshi Dutta Hazarika

Associate Professor

Ms Probin Kumar Deuri

Associate Professor

Sri Paresh Dutta

Assistant Professor