Affiliated To संत गहिरा गुरु विश्वविद्यालय, सरगुजा, अम्बिकापुर, छत्‍तीसगढ़

B.Sc. (Bio) Botany

Department ofBotany

Programmeoutcome B. Sc. Botany

After awarding degree of Bachelor- B. Sc. With Botany students will beable to –

PO1- They shallbe full of Scientific temperament.

PO2- They shallbe able to see the thing in a scientific way.

PO3- They shallbe able to perform practical work.

PO4- Studentsshall be able to deal with the topics related to cell biology, genetics and

          Biochemistry.

PO5- They willbe able to discuss on lower plants, Cryptogams and phanerogams.

PO6- They willbe able to explain morphological characters, Anatomical character of a plant.

Programme Specificoutcomes

PSO1- Studentsshall be able to explain the functioning, utilisation and important of a plantin their

            surrounding.

PSO2- They shallbe able to clarify the systemic of plant according to morphological

            characteristics.

PSO3- They shallbe able to explain the experimental demonstration of plants to the others.

PSO4- They shallbe able to understand the developmental biology.

PSO5- They willbe able to discuss on lower plants, Cryptogams and phanerogams.

PSO6- They willbe able to explain morphological characters, Anatomical character of a plant.

PSO7- They shallbe able to clarity difference between divisions of plant kingdom.

PSO8- Studentsshall be able to explain the concept of biotechnology, genetic, engineering,gene

            mapping and Tissue culture.

PSO9- They shallbe able to understand concepts of Biomolecules, Biochemistry and physiology

            of plants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course outcome

 

B. Sc. I (A)

Bacteria,Viruses, Fungi, Lichens and Algal

CO1- They shallunderstand the general features, structures, reproduction and economic

            importance of microbes.

CO2- Studentsshall be able to understand habit, habitat, cellular composition, nutrition,

           reproduction of fungi and Algae andtheir association.

CO3- Studentsshall be able to identify the useful and harmful fungi and their use in life.

CO4- They shallbe able to explain the value of lichens.

 

B. Sc. I (B)

 Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnospermand Palaeobotany

CO1- To identifythe characteristics, affinities, range of thallus organisation, classificationand

            ecological importance of Bryophytes,Pteidophytes and gymnosperm.

CO2- Studentsshall be able to explain the different type of gymnospermic plant with their

            morphological characteristics.

CO3- Studentsshall be able to understand the use of fossil to study the plant as well asimportance

            of geological era.

B. Sc. II (A)

Diversity of SeedPlants and their Systematics

CO1- Studentsshall be able to understand the classification of different taxonomists.

CO2- They shallbe able to understand the relation of taxonomy to cytology, phytochemistry and

            taxometrics.

CO3- Studentsshall be able to understand Principle and rules, taxonomic rank, Principles of

            priority of Botanical nomenclature.

B. Sc. II (B)

Structure, Developmentand reproduction in flowering plants

CO1- Studentsshall be able to understand the morphological, Anatomical and developmental

            structures of plants.

CO2- They Shallunderstand the histological organisation and vascularisation of plants.

CO3- Studentsshall be able to understand the horticultural concepts, vegetative propagation

            grafting and economic aspects.

 

B. Sc. III (A)

PlantPhysiology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology

CO1- Studentsshall be able to understand physiological process of plants and relationship ofplant

          to water, soil, and organicsubstances.

CO2- They shallbe able to deal with enzymology, growth and developmental process  of plants.

CO3- They shallbe able to understand the basic concepts of genetic engineering and

           Biotechnology.

B. Sc. III (B)

Ecological andUtilisation of Plants

CO1- Studentsshall be able to understand the biological and physical factors of environmentand

          their existence and importance toenvironment.

CO2- Studentsshall be able to explain the functioning of ecosystem.

CO3- They shallbe able to Explain about economically important plants.

CO4- They shallbe able to explain the ecological related topics.