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About Department


                The Department of Zoology was established in 1989 for B.Sc. (Zoology) course. The intake capacity of the B.Sc.  course is 20. Experienced faculty of the Department is devoted to research in their respective areas of specialization. The Department has always placed equal emphasis both on teaching and active research. The Department of Zoology have signed two functional International MoU with Jath Superspecialist hospital and Manisha pathological laboratory Jath with this MoU our students regularly visited.

The department organize National conference on Recent advances in life sciences 2018, and also organize various activity like workshop, seminar, field projects, poster presentation etc.

           One of the Faculty of Department Dr. V.S. Jadhav has sanction minor research project Rs. 65000/- under research initiation scheme title ““STATUS, SURVEY, ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION PERSPECTIVES OF AVIFAUNA FROM ARID ZONE OF JATH TAHSIL (M.S.), INDIA”. By Shivaji university Kolhapur.

           One of the Faculty of Department Dr. V.S. Jadhav has recognized as research guide for M.Phil./ Ph.D in the subject of Zoology Shivaji university Kolhapur.

           Two faculty members of our Department Mr. M.B. Sajjan and Mrs. L.P. Saptal awarded their Ph.D. degree in the respective University during the year. All the faculty members are actively participated and presented a research paper in the various workshops, seminars and conference’s during the year.

Additional time is given to pay individual attention to the students in their practical and laboratory work as well as internal exam and tutorial sessions. Different advanced project work and seminars are encouraged to develop innovative and systematic approach to Zoology learning.


          Our college will be an educational center devoted to the dissemination of “Education for Knowledge, Science and Culture.”


          Our mission is to strive hard to realize the vision of our founder Dr. Bapuji Salunkhe i.e., to make education accessible to the masses, and to mould responsible citizens by inculcating noble values and a thirst for knowledge.


1. To provide equal opportunity of quality education to all by means of sheer hard work, dedication and devotion.

2. To promote scientific attitude and inculcate cultural values into the students.

3. To enhance the commitment of faculty, staff and students towards diversity, social justice, truth, honesty, character and democratic citizenship.

4. To aim at overall personality development through various activities.

5. To provide a platform to develop skills necessary to grab new opportunities and face challenges in the ever-changing society.

6. To provide a substantive, supportive, safe, affordable and accessible teaching-learning environment.

7. To motivate the teachers and students to attain community and social development through various activities.

          The vision and mission statements of the college are clearly indicative of the objectives of the National Policy on Education demanding that centers of higher education should perform multiple roles like creating new knowledge, acquiring new capabilities and producing an intelligent human resource pool, through teaching, research and extension activities. The college plans and executes its curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities to translate the vision and mission statements into reality.

Course outcomes

B.Sc. I

1. Student could understand the Animal Diversity of the non- chordates from
kingdom Protista to phylum Echinodermata.

2. Student could understand the animal physiology of nerve and muscles, Physiology of Digestion, Physiology of Respiration, Physiology of excretion, and physiology of Cardio vascular system.

3. Students could understand the Cell Biology - cell structure, chromosomes &
Evolutionary Biology – History of life, Evolutionary theories & Extinction
4. Students could understand the Genetics – Mendelian genetics, Linkages and
Crossing over, mutation & Sex determination.

5. Students acquired the skill to prepare plaster cast model to study fossil

6. Students leaned hematological techniques.

7. Students can use the skills in a pathological laboratory.

8. Decorative coatings of walls, selling as well as molding and casting.

B.Sc. II

1. Students could understand the Animal Diversity from Protochordates to Mammals.
2. Students could understand the Biochemistry of Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrates, Protein & Lipid Metabolism and Enzymes.

3. Students could understand about the Reproductive Physiology - Male &
Female Reproductive Systems & about Reproductive Health

4. Students could understand the Applied Zoology – Diseases, Economic
importance of insects, poultry farming.

5. Student could understand the surgical techniques and techniques related with
applied zoology i.e., poultry farming.

6. Student can use their knowledge in surgical centers.

7. They can build up their own poultry farms.


1. Students could understand the Functional anatomy of Non- Chordates
Protozoa up to Echinodermata.

2. Students could understand Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Medical Zoology
3. Students could understand Molecular Biology, Biotechnology and Bio techniques

4. Students could understand the Endocrinology, Environmental Biology &
5. Students could understand the Comparative anatomy of vertebrates, Developmental biology, Physiology & Applied Zoology.
6. Student can acquire skill of micro techniques.

7. Student can acquire skills related to physiology i.e., Blood pressure, Hemoglobin, ESR and Blood cell count.

8. They use their knowledge in pathological laboratories and clinics.

9. Student can build poultry farming, goat farming.

10.Student can build small scale business in fisheries, dairy and in sericulture.
Programme outcome

1. PO1 - Students gain knowledge and skill in the fundamentals of animal sciences
and understands the complex interactions among various living organisms
2. PO2 – Analyze complex interactions among the various animals of different
phyla, their distribution and their relationship with the environment.
3. PO3 – Apply the knowledge of internal structure of cell, its functions in control
of various metabolic functions of organisms

4. PO4 – Understands the complex evolutionary processes and behavior of
5. PO5 – Correlates the physiological processes of animals and relationship of
organ systems.

6. PO6 – Understanding of environmental conservation processes and its importance, pollution control and biodiversity and protection of endangered species
7. PO7 – Gain knowledge of Agro based Small Scale industries like sericulture,
fish farming, poultry farming and vermin compost preparation.

8. PO8 – Understands about various concepts of genetics and its importance in
human health

10. PO10 – Apply the knowledge and understanding of Zoology to one’s own life
and work

11. PO11 – Develops empathy and love towards the animals.
Program Specific Outcomes:

1. PSO1. Understand the nature and basic concepts of cell biology, genetics,
taxonomy, physiology, ecology and applied Zoology.

2. PSO2. Analyse the relationships among animals.

3. PSO3. Perform procedures as per laboratory standards in the areas of
Taxonomy, Physiology, Ecology, Cell biology, Genetics, Applied Zoology,
Clinical science, tools and techniques of Zoology, Toxicology, apiculture,
biochemistry, biotechnology, fisheries, Understand the applications of biological
sciences in Apiculture, Aquaculture.

5. PSO5. Gains knowledge about research methodologies, effective communication and skills of problem-solving methods

6. PSO6.Contributes the knowledge for Nation building.