PROGRAM OUTCOME OF B.Sc. IN BOTANY
Students taking admission to B.Sc. programme are expected to impregnate with following quality, which help them in their future life to achieve the expected goals.
PO1. Realization of human values, culture and sense of social service.
PO2. Skill of effective communication and language learning i.e., reading, writing, listening and speaking another language with fluency and understand its cultural value
PO3. Independence in learning appropriate theories and methodologies with intellectual honesty and an understanding of ethical and human values
PO4. Develop critical and analytical skills to the identification and resolution of problems within complex changing social, linguistic and literary contexts
PO5. Expertise in respective fields, work with self-esteem, self-reliance, self-reflection and creativity to face adversities in the work and personal life.
PO6. Become a responsible citizen who cultivates human values for the formation of an egalitarian society”
PO7. Knowledge on diversity of plant resources, their importance and strategies for conservation.
PO8. Scientific approach to address problems in plant science and use of plant-based products for human welfare.
PO9. Application of knowledge and skills in entrepreneurship.
PO10. Develop new techniques/methods for solving the problems of the allied disciplines.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME–
Aims of Four Year Under-Graduate Programme (FYUGP) in Botany are:
PSO1. To introduce the students with the rich biodiversity of North east India.
PSO2. To enable the students to explore the potential of plant resources for human welfare and their use in a sustainable way.
PSO3. To develop capabilities of students for critical evaluation of contemporary issues related to environment and nature.
PSO4. To generate skilled human resource for biological entrepreneurship.
PSO5. Understand the nature and basic concepts of cell biology, genetics, anatomy, morphology, biochemistry, physiology, taxonomy and ecology of plants.
PSO6. Students learn to carry out practical work, in the field and in the laboratory, gain skills and proficiency in Interpreting plant morphology and anatomy, Plant identification etc.
PSO7. Identify the taxonomic position of plants, formulate the research literature and analyse plants with substantiated conclusions using first principles and methods of nomenclature and classification in Botany.
PSO8. Identify problems and independently propose solutions using creative approaches, acquired through interdisciplinary experiences, and a depth and breadth of knowledge/expertise in the field of Plant Identification
PSO9. Demonstrate hands on skill in the experimental techniques and methods of analysis in various fields of Botany.