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About Department

The department is established in 1990 and is well equipped and has specious laboratory. Department have well qualified, dedicated and efficient faculty. Always ready to incorporate new ideas for the improvement of departmental progress. Active involvement of faculty in the selfless help for the student’s initiative to brighten their future. Faculty is actively involved in extension activities. Students are motivated and guided for competitions, which helps them in improving their experimental skills, writing, interpretation and presentation skills.
Every year, department also conduct student centric activities like co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for students to hone their talents, present posters on the selected theme. This helps to broaden their horizons of knowledge and also develop a healthy competitive spirit
Short tour of botanical excursions is regularly arranged by the department to maintain enthusiasm of Botany subject. Botany department also monitors campus beautification as well as establishment Botanical garden and Medicinal plant garden for educational purpose.

Faculty

Name: Mr. U. B. Inamdar (Head)
Qualification : M.Sc.
Email : ubinamdar@jnpaliwala.in
Name: Mr. N. N. Patil
Qualification : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Email : office@jnpaliwala.in

Research – Project & Publications

Syllabus & Outcomes

F.Y.BSc. Sem I – Course outcome

CourseOutcome PLANT DIVERSITY-I
CO1 To get knowledge about the plant diversity with respect to nonflowering plants.
CO2 To apply the knowledge for economic use.
CourseOutcome   FORM AND FUNCTION -I
CO1 To get the knowledge about plant body functioning through various cell organelles.
CO2 To get knowledge of Mendelian and post Mendelian genetics.
CourseOutcome PLANT DIVERSITY-II
CO1 To get knowledge about the plant diversity with respect to vascular plants.
CO2 To get knowledge about leaf and inflorescence diversity.

F.Y.BSc. Sem II – Course outcome

CourseOutcome FORM AND FUNCTION- II
CO1 To get the knowledge about primary structures of plant organs.
CO2 To get knowledge of photosynthesis.
CO3 To get knowledge of different metabolites and plants used in medicines.

S.Y.BSc. Sem III – Course outcome

CourseOutcome PLANT DIVERSITY-I
CO1 To understand the salient features of algae, their life cycle patterns.
CO2 To learn the general characteristics and classification of fungi along with life cycle.
CourseOutcome   FORM AND FUNCTION -I
CO1 To gain knowledge about Instrumentation techniques.
CO2 To acquire knowledge about important organelles.
CourseOutcome CURRENT TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCES -I
CO1 To leam the principles of  phytochemical constituents.
CO2 Acquire knowledge of  economic importance of plants.

S.Y.BSc. Sem IV – Course outcome

CourseOutcome PLANT DIVERSITY-II
CO1 To get the knowledge of plant diseases.
CO2 Acquire knowledge of  economic importance of gymnospermic plants
CourseOutcome SUBJECTNAME FORM AND FUNCTION-II
CO1 To acquire knowledge of different fossil forms and understand their role in evolution.
CO2 Ability to understand environmental factors,
CourseOutcome CURRENT TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCES -II
CO1 To gain knowledge about the Construction of genomic DNA and RNA
CO2 To gain knowledge about techniques of plant tissue culture.

Short Term Course

Guest Lectures, Expert Lectures

Workshops & Conferences

Student Centered Activities

  • Mobile Lab

Best Practices

  • Nomencleature of College campus flora

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