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B.Sc (Medical)

The university offers B.Sc. with medical and non-medical streams. These courses are highly in demand and are esteem degree courses carried out at the graduate level. Students those are enrolling with Bachelor of Science will learn basic fundamentals in respective modules of theory and practical in relative field of science. After completing B.Sc. one can seek admission in Master of Science or opt for other professional courses such as B.Ed., M.Sc. (Medical Microbiology), M.Sc. (Stat), MBA etc. This course also allows student to appear in various administrative service examinations i.e. civil services, IFS, CDS examinations. Various industries also have openings for graduates. For overall development of students, these courses are also supported by additional programmes like communication skills, seminars, invited talks and personality development.

Curriculum

1st Semester

The course provides basic idea to the introductory topics of three major branches of chemistry. After successful completion of the course, the students will have the knowledge of structure of atom, types of bonding, basics of organic chemistry and the concepts of ionic equilibria.

To provide continued development of laboratory skills, interpretation of data and report writing. On successful completion of the course students will be able to develop expertise relevant to the professional practice of chemistry.

Course Objectives

  • To develop an understanding of diversity of microorganisms including virus, bacteria, algae and fungi.
  • Students should be able to understand the habitat, morphological features and reproduction and also classification of the microbes specified in the syllabus.
  • To understand the archegoniates, bryophytes and pteridophytes. Their morphology, anatomy and reproduction.
  • Students should have knowledge of economic importance of microbes and archegoniates.
  • Students should have knowledge of gymnosperms regarding their morphology and reproduction.
  • Students should develop the concept and understanding of the ecological and economic importance of the gymnosperms.

Course Outcomes:

  • The goal of this course is to introduce the students with the great diversity of microbial life.
  • The topics will develop the understanding of bacterial, fungal and algal diversity.
  • Their will learn their life cycle, mode of reproduction, ecological and economic importance.
  • Students will be able to the find the relevant text and recent trends in microbial research.
  • This course will help the students in deciding the further education area.
  • The study focuses attention on ecological important organisms including lichens which are not commonly encountered in general Microbiology laboratories.
  • Students will also learn the diversity of archegoniates, gymnosperms and these areas will help students for pursuing higher studies in Botany or related areas.

Course Objectives

  • The basic concept of T-Phage and TMV, Types of Bacteria from temporary/permanent slides/photographs.
  • The basic concept Gram staining of bacteria.
  • Specimen of algae, fungi, bryophytes, pteridophytes and gymnosperms.

Course Outcomes

  • Perform experiments related to Gram staining of bacteria.
  • Understand the Specimen of algae, fungi, bryophytes, pteridophytes and gymnosperms.
  • Understand the basic concept of T-Phage and TMV, Types of Bacteria from temporary/permanent slides/photographs.

The course aims to enlighten the students about wide range of animals and their similarities, differences, and environmental adaptations. This course gives an overview of the invertebrate and vertebrate animals, including sponges, cnidarians, flatworms, nematodes, annelids, molluscs, arthropods, echinoderms, minor protostome and deuterostome groups, invertebrate chordates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Topics include general characterizations of animal, their classification and phylogeny, anatomical structures, adaptations and functions.

Laboratory practical work mainly emphasises on observational and investigatory approaches to study the features (characteristics, taxonomy and phylogeny of the most important animal phyla) of animals using live and preserved specimens. Field excursions will further allow students to observe animals in their natural environments.

2nd Semester

To develop the student’s appreciation of the chemistry, uses and importance of main group elements, their trends and patterns in inorganic chemistry. Also the coruse aims at the functional group chemistry and its importance in synthesis. Discussion on various states of matter will be covered towards completion of the course. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge of the chemistry of main group elements and how those can be used to explain the trends in periodic table, basic idea of functional groups and basic understanding of core area of physical chemistry.

The course will cover laboratory safety, basic laboratory operations and simple laboratory exercises. At the end of course, the students will be able to know separation and purification of organic compounds, melting point determination, paper chromatography, skills in titrations and handling physical instruments.

Course Objectives

  • The basic concept of Ecosystem its structure and functions.
  • The basic concepts of taxonomy, rules of nomenclature, ranks and names.
  • Role of palynology cytology phytochemistry and molecular data in taxonomy.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the basic concept of Ecosytem structure, and functions.
  • Understand the plant taxonomy.

Course Objectives

  • Students should be able to understand the taxonomy and characteristics of plants species.

Course Outcomes

  • Students will have an idea of Plant features, their anatomical structure and its applications.
  • They will gain exposure in herbarium preparation and plant taxonomy
  • Students will develop interest in Plant physiology and plant molecular biology can build their carrier in this area.

Course Objectives

  • Students should be able to understand about basic of developmental biology and its functioning.

Course Outcomes

  • Students will have an idea on fertilization and embryo development. They will be able to understand the functioning of different germ layers and their fate. Students will be aware with their body system like nervous system, skeleton and excretory system.
  • They will develop interest in developmental biology for higher education and pursue their carrier in research field.

This practical course will enable the student to understand the evolutionary aspects between the body parts of various organisms of different species. Furthermore, it will confer the understanding of concepts of living structures and morphology (the study of the forms and their variations). The genetic bases of development and evolution of different species will also be discussed. Therefore, without comparative anatomy, naming and understanding of organisms seems to be impossible. In addition to this descriptive embryology, causal embryology, phylogeny, palaeontology and systematics biology based practical would be conducted so as to understand both biology as well as evolution of species.

3rd Semester

To impart advanced knowledge of representative elements of the periodic table, some of the organic compounds and basics of thermodynamics. The students will acquire knowledge of the essential elements required for all living organisms, methods of preparation, properties and reactivity of alcohols, phenols, ethers, epoxides ans sulphur containing compounds and various thermodynamic properties.

To develop the chemical synthetic and process technological skills. At the end of course, the students will have an expertise in advanced titrimetric methods of analysis, qualitative organic analysis, organic preparations and a silled hand in physical instruments.

Course objectives

  • Investigation of Angiosperms (flowering plants) and evaluate the differences between monocots and dicots.
  • Explanation of why angiosperms are the dominant form of plant life in most terrestrial ecosystems.
  • Description of the main parts of a flower and their purpose
  • Become familiar with external and internal plant structure
  • Analyze important structural features of angiosperms
  • To study details the life cycle of an angiosperm
  • To study details of the two main groups of flowering plants
  • Consider variations in plant structures, offer hypotheses as to the function of these adaptations.

Course objectives

  • The basic concept of meristems through permanent slides and photographs, Tissues (parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma).
  • The basic anatomy of stem, root and leaf of monocot and dicot through permanent slides.
  • Adaptive anatomy of xerophytes and hydrophytes, structure of anther, typed of ovules, Ultrastructure of mature egg apparatus cells and Pollination types and seed dispersal mechanisms.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand meristems through permanent slides and photographs, Tissues (parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma).
  • Understand the permanent slide of stem, root and leaf of monocot and dicot.
  • Understand the basic concept adaptive anatomy of xerophytes and hydrophytes, structure of anther, typed of ovules, Ultrastructure of mature egg apparatus cells and Pollination types and seed dispersal mechanisms.

Course objectives

  • To teach students basic terms and processes in animal biochemistry and physiology.
  • To familiarize students about metabolism of animal cell, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism and protein metabolism.
  • To introduce students with properties, structure and mechanism of action of the enzymes.
  • To teach the students various physiological organ-systems and their importance to the integrative functions of the human body. The students will grasp the knowledge of the major physiological processes such as nervous, digestion, respiratory, excretory and cardiovascular system in details.

The course aims to provide an understanding of the core principles and topics of Biochemistry and physiology with their experimental basis, and to enable students to acquire a specialized knowledge and understanding of selected aspects by means of a lecture and practical series on the following topics

  • Identify the classes of polymeric biomolecules and their monomeric building blocks.
  • Explain the specificity of enzymes (biochemical catalysts), and the chemistry involved in enzyme action.
  • Explain how the metabolism of glucose leads ultimately to the generation of large quantities of ATP.
  • Describe how fats and amino acids are metabolized, and explain how they are
  • Describe the structure of DNA, and explain how it carries genetic information in its base sequence.
  • Describe DNA replication, RNA and protein synthesis
  • Describe the basic functions of the cell and electric properties.
  • Describe the function of the muscles and the function of the nervous system as regards motor function, sensory functions, and autonomous and higher brain functions, respectively
  • Describe the physiology of the heart, the circulation and the respiration,
  • Describe how the kidneys control acid and base and fluid balance,1
  • Describe how the endocrine system of the body functions

To develop practical hands in computers along with its theoretical knowledge. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge to implement computers in chemistry.

4th Semester

To understand the chemistry of transition elements, Lanthanoids and Actinoids, Coordination chemistry, Carbonyl group chemistry, Chemical equilibria and Solution Chemistry. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge of transition and inner transition metal chemistry, Carbonyl group chemistry including name reactions, Equilibria and colligative properties in solution chemistry.

To provide a scientific skilled hand in quantitative analysis, preparative techniques and experimental skills in the topics like equilibria and colligative properties. The students will acquire practical skills in inorganic quantitative analysis, organic preparations, handling of instruments and practical skills in physical chemistry.

Course objectives

  • This course will train students in plant physiology and metabolism who are able to work in all related areas of plant science.

Course Outcomes

  • Understanding of physiobiological processes – photosynthesis, plant hormones relation, metabolic pathways, etc. will enhace the basic knowledge of students.

Course objectives

  • The basic concept of osmotic potential, stomatal index and stomatal frequency.
  • The basic concept of hill reaction.
  • Separation of amino acids by paper chromato­graphy, RQ.

Course Outcomes

  • Perform experiments related to osmosis, stomatal index and stomatal frequency.
  • Understand the hill reaction, paper chromatography and RQ.

Course objectives

  • Define biological evolution
  • Discuss evolutionary ideas before Darwin's book was published
  • Describe how geological theorists' and Malthus's ideas on population regulation influenced Darwin's conception of biological evolution
  • Define Darwin's contributions to evolutionary theory
  • Describe the reception Darwin's ideas received and competing evolutionary ideas
  • Discuss the impact of Mendelism on evolutionary thought and the controversy between the Mendelian
  • Describe the Modern Synthesis and the manner in which it resolved the controversy
  • Discuss the interrelationships between molecular biology, developmental biology, and evolutionary theory

Course Outcomes

This subject incorporates the study of classical genetic, modern genetic and evolutionary biology. Both genetics and evolutionary biology are interrelated subjects and explains the various types of evolution in different organisms. Evolutionary Biology integrates several disciplines of Biology in a complex and interactive manner, where a deep understanding of the subject demands knowledge in diverse areas. It also helps the students to gain deep knowledge of linkage, crossing over, genetic variation, mutation, gene mapping and related phenomenon.

Course objectives

Evolution as the cornerstone of modern biology provides the concepts and principles in studying biological diversity and objectives of the courses are:

  • The aims of the course are to provide a better knowledge of the population genetic structure of the species, Mendelian Inheritance and gene interactions, linkage, recombination, gene mapping, and evolutionary biology.
  • The course gives insight into evolutionary mechanisms responsible for the strategy of each species and evolutionary mechanisms of biochemical adaptation as well.
  • The course also aims to familiarize practical knowledge of normal and abnormal human karyotypes and homologous and analogous organs in animals.

This course on analytical chemistry intends to enlighten the students on topics like separation techniques of mixtures, soil analysis, water analysis, food analysis and cosmetic products analysis. This evokes a sense of environmental concern in students. In this introductory course, the students will acquire knowledge of the basic concepts of analytical chemistry and its applications.

5th Semester

The course intends to enlighten the students on the chemistry of acids and bases, nitrogen containing organic compounds, polynuclear hydrocarbons and electrochemistry. The students will acquire a knowledge about the general inorganic chemistry, a few organic compounds and electrochemistry.

To provide a skilled practical hand in quantitative analysis, qualitative organic analysis and experimental skills in potentiometric titrations. The students will acquire practical skills in quantitative and qualitative analysis and titrations.

Course objectives

  • Identify principles and describe the history of human interactions with plants.
  • Students become more familiar with the process of science and economically important plants.
  • Students should able to name and classify several of the major plant species of economic Importance including their location of origin and specific cultural Applications.
  • To comprehend and compare peer reviewed literature in Economic Botany including describe charts, graphs, statistics, used in economic botany research.
  • To understand the scientific method as it relates to specific economic botany research
  • To describe the origins of agriculture and to discuss the impacts of agriculture on cultures.
  • To design concrete applicable solutions to environmental problems by applying knowledge gained from studying how people created productive agricultural lands in past life.

Course Outcomes

  • Students are able to learn botanical description of various food crops, pulses, vegetables and fibres.
  • Students will be able to find the economical useful plant part, cultivation and there uses.
  • Students are able to learn the processing of beverages, sugar and rubber.
  • Students are able to know various sources of timber and production of biofuels.
  • Develop a basic knowledge of taxonomic diversity and important families of useful plants.
  • Acknowledge the economic uses of plants in modern society.
  • Acquire an increased awareness and appreciation of plants & plant products encountered in everyday life.
  • Develop scientific insights into the development of many plant products that have shaped our society.
  • Appreciate the diversity of plants and the plant products in human use.
  • Understand the biological reasons why certain plant resources are important.
  • Explain the geographical, historical, and cultural contributions of economically important plants on the development of human culture.
  • Understand the conditions & consequences of natural selection & describe different modes of speciation.

Botany Practical - V

Course objectives

  • Understand the difference between old and modern biotechnology
  • Understand concept of recombinant DNA technology or genetic engineering
  • Describe DNA fingerprinting and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications
  • Explain the concept and applications of monoclonal antibody technology
  • Explain the concept and applications of monoclonal antibody technology
  • Explain the general principles of generating transgenic plants, animals and microbes

Course objectives
It will help students to understand practical applications of biotechnology and advances in different areas like medical, microbial, environment etc

This course on analytical clinical biochemistry intends to enlighten the students on the knowledge of various biomolecules supporting life processes and their laboratory testing. Completion of the course will provide students enough information and testing modes of the carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, enzymes, DNA and RNA
6th Semester

The course intends to enlighten the students on principles involved in qualitative inorganic analysis, heterocyclic chemistry and the topics like phase equilibria and kinetics. The students will be able to apply qualitative analysis towards samples and have a knowledge about the chemistry of heterocyclic compounds and a few essential topics in physical chemistry.

To provide a skilled hand in qualitative analysis, preparative techniques and experimental skills in the topics like phase equilibria and kinetics. The students will acquire practical skills in inorganic , organic and physical chemistry.

Botany– VI

Course Objectives

The aim of the course is to introduce basic methods in cell and molecular biology. The practical course includes practical exercises in modern experimental techniques and also training in literature search and the use of Internet. Student will learn structure of prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Cell organelles and their functions will be described. Students will prepare slides for observation of mitotic division. Students should have knowledge to determine the effect of temperature and organic solvents on semi-permeable membranes. Students will learn DNA packaging by micrographs. Students should be able to perform the experimentation related to dialysis, plasmolysis, deplasmolysis, cell size measurement, structure of nuclear pore complex, special chromosome structure. Selected analytical methods will be demonstrated and presented.

Course outcome

The students will learn the basic and conceptual knowledge of cell and molecular biology. The course will impart practical understanding and students will be able to explore their interests and potential for continued or advanced studies. Course content will give the student an introductory and general background of molecular systems in cells and their significance in biotechnology and other allied life science courses. On completion of the course students should be familiar with basic methods in cell and molecular biology. Students should also be able to demonstrate experimental knowledge. Students will be able to use modern experimental techniques and instruments. Students will have an urge to continue higher studies in Biology and contribute significantly in its development.

Reproductive Biology covers a variety of topics on reproductive physiology, endocrinology related diseases, receptor studies, andrology, embryology, infertility, assisted reproduction, contraception, obstetrics and gynecology, animal breeding and animal reproduction. This course certainly highlights the various approaches of diagnosis and management of reproductive physiology associated diseases by utilizing modern equipment’s.

In present scenario, the issues of fertility and its control, population growth and family planning, induced abortion and sexually transmitted diseases have been increased. Therefore, a course of lectures and practical have been designed which would cover the major aspects of reproductive biology including control of reproduction; sexual differentiation and gonadal development; fertilisation and early embryonic development and lactation.

The course intends to impart knowledge about the chemistry and importance of pesticides. The students will be able to discuss and prepare pesticides.

Eligibility (Duration : 3 Years)

B.Sc. (Medical) The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) with Medical subject or an equivalent Examination with at least five subjects including nglish as one of the subjects from a recognized Board/University shall be eligible to join the First semester of B.Sc. course in the concerned stream

Streams offered: Physics + Chemistry + Botany + Zoology

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B.Sc (Non-Medical)
35,000 -
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fee.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Life time Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

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  • Maharishi Markandeshwar (DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY) Mullana, Ambala (Haryana)
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