Course Objective (2-3) 

Biomolecules and Cell biology study will help the students to gain knowledge on the activities in which the giant molecules and miniscule structures that inhabit the cellular world of life are engaged. This will provide inside into the organization of cell, its features and regulation at different levels. Through the study of biomolecules (i.e protein, carbohydrate, lipid and nucleic acid) and cell organelles, they will be able to understand the various metabolic processes such as respiration, photosynthesis etc. which are important for life. 

Course Learning Outcomes 

This course will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge in understanding of: 

  1. The relationship between the properties of macromolecules, their cellular activities and biological responses 
  2. Understanding of Cell metabolism, chemical composition, physiochemical and functional organization of organelle 
  3. Contemporary approaches in modern cell and molecular biology.

Course Objective (2-3) 1. 

  1. To introduce students with various fungal groups and lichens, their ecology, classification, characteristics, reproduction and economic Importance 
  2. To introduce students with the phytopathology, its concepts and principles
  3. To acquaint with various plant diseases, causal organisms and their control 

Course Learning Outcomes 

Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 

  1. Understand the world of fungi, lichens and pathogens of plants 
  2. Understand characteristics the ecological and economic significance of the fungi and lichens
  3. Understand the application of mycology in various fields of economic and ecologica
  4. Significance 
  5. Understand the economic and pathological importance of fungi, bacteria and viruses 
  6. Identify common plant diseases and their control measures

To gain knowledge of diversity, life forms, life cycles, morphology and importance of microorganisms (Bacteria and algae). 

Course Learning Outcomes 

Students would have understanding of the classification, characteristic features, cell structure and growth and reproduction in viruses, bacteria, and various groups of marine and fresh water algae and their ecological and economic importance.