Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Hons.), Botany (Hons.), and Zoology (Hons.) enables the students to have in-depth knowledge in their respective fields and they will also be engaged in research and development as per the recommendations of NEP-2020.

B.Sc. CBZ program solely focuses on providing an in-depth understanding of Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology in the leading best BSc college in India.As a part of the BSc Honours courses, Chemistry deals with the properties of the substance, its composition, and its structure. In Botany, learners will study the existence of plants is fundamental for life on Earth. Zoology has a vast impact on the world as zoologists study the evolution, habitat, diseases, and behavior of humans and animals.


10+2 with PCB/M by BSER or equivalent , Obtained at least 50% marks (45% for reserved category) at the qualifying examination.

  • Duration
    3 Years
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  • To enable professional growth of the learners.
  • To impart knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of science.
  • To prepare students for undertaking higher education and research as a career.
  • To full fill the expectation of research related activities.
  • To explore hands on experiential learning and industrial exposure.
  • To develop the basic capability required to evaluate and illustrate basic scientific data.

Curriculum Details

  • Chemistry– I (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Botany – I (Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding)

  • Zoology – I (Diversity of Animals)

  • General Hindi

  • General English

  • Environmental Studies

  • Fundamentals of Computer

  • Business Laws

  • Human Values

  • Fundamentals of computer Lab

  • Seminar – I (Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – II (Organic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – III (Physical Chemistry)

  • Botany – II (Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology)

  • Botany – III (Algae, Lichens and Bryophyta)

  • Zoology – II (Cell Biology and Genetics)

  • Zoology – III (Gamete and Developmental Biology)

  • Wind and Solar Energy Systems

  • Water Resources Engineering

  • Chemistry Lab – I

  • Botany Lab – I

  • Zoology Lab – I

  • Chemistry – IV (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – V (Organic Chemistry)

  • Botany – IV (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology)

  • Botany – V (Plant Physiology and Biochemistry)

  • Zoology– IV (Structure and Function of Invertebrate Types)

  • Zoology – V (Animal Physiology and Biochemistry)

  • Human Values Activities and Sports

  • Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

  • Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry-I (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Economic Botany (Botany Hons.)

  • Fundamentals of Ornithology (Zoology Hons.)

  • Chemistry–VI (Physical Chemistry)

  • Botany – VI (Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Paleobotany)

  • Zoology – VI (Immunology, Microbiology and Biotechnology)

  • Bioinformatics

  • Quality Management

  • Chemistry Lab – II

  • Botany Lab – II

  • Zoology Lab – II

  • Seminar – II (Botany)

  • Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry-II (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Fundamental of Plant Biotechnology (Botany Hons.)

  • Fundamentals of Entomology (Zoology Hons.)

  • Chemistry – VII (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – VIII (Organic Chemistry)

  • Botany – VII (Plant Morphology and Anatomy)

  • Botany – VIII (Ecology and Economic Botany)

  • Zoology – VII (Structure and Functions of Chordate Types)

  • Zoology – VIII (Ecology, Environmental Biology and Evolution)

  • Principles of Management

  • Energy Auditing

  • Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry-III (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Basics of Plant Physiology (Botany Hons.)

  • Endocrinology (Zoology Hons.)

  • Chemistry– IX (Physical Chemistry)

  • Botany – IX (Angiosperm – Taxonomy and Embryology)

  • Zoology – IX (Applied Zoology, Ethology and Biostatistics)

  • Managerial Economics and Financial Accounting

  • Knowledge Management

  • Chemistry Lab – III

  • Botany Lab – III

  • Zoology Lab – III

  • Seminar – III (Zoology)

  • Fundamental Spectroscopy and Pericyclic Reactions (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Ethnobotany (Botany Hons.)

  • Parasitology (Zoology Hons.)

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Program Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1

    Domain Knowledge: Demonstrating comprehensive Life Sciences knowledge. Interdisciplinary knowledge of allied biological sciences and other areas.

  • PO2

    Communications skills: Ability to communicate (verbal and written) various concepts of Life Sciences effectively using examples and activities.

  • PO3

    Critical thinking and analytical reasoning: Ability to employ critical thinking and analytical reasoning in understanding the concepts in every area of Life Sciences. Ability to rationally analyze and solve the problems related to animal sciences.

  • PO4

    Problem solving and Research-related skills: Capability to solve problems by applying concepts and technical skills to study plants, animals, and of chemical reactions and chemical properties of different materials. This course provides wide interdisciplinary knowledge and, apply this knowledge for solving the environmental problems, efficient use of resources by designing novel and innovative experiments.

  • PO5

    Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional solutions in ecological and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

  • PO6

    Moral and ethical awareness/reasoningAbility to identify unethical behavior such as fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of data and adopting objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects.

  • PO7

    Lifelong learning: Ability to think, acquire knowledge and skills through logical reasoning and to inculcate the habit of self-learning.

  • PO8

    Professional and Employability Skills: Completion of this program will also enable the learners to join the teaching profession at the same time being industry ready.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The graduates will become successful professionals in teaching profession, government agencies, industries and private sector. (Professional Skills).

The graduates will help in understanding the day-to-day activities and principles related to Life Sciences. (Knowledge Skills).

The graduates will engage in providing ethically viable solutions in the field of experiment conduction, human drugs and vaccines, nutrition, use of chemicals in industries.


Career Path

  • Pharmacist
  • Food scientists and nutritionists
  • Taxonomist
  • Environment scientist
  • Chemist
  • Forensic scientist
  • Teacher
  • Ecologist
  • Curator
  • Laboratory assistant


Is B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.), Botany (Hons.) and Zoology (Hons.) a good career options?
B.SC Chemistry (Hons.), Botany (Hons.) and Zoology (Hons.) is one of the best career options and is a trendy choice among aspirants who wish to have a career in Science and Technology.
What could be pursued after B.Sc. CBZ (Hons.)?
Masters in Chemistry, Biology and/or Zoology could be pursued after completion of B.Sc. CBZ (Hons.).

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