Zoology


Zoology


The Department of Zoology is a constituent entity of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Sant GadgeBaba Amravati University, Amravati. Since its inception in 1972, it has been the foremost centre for learning in all aspects of Animal Sciences. Initial teaching efforts in the department were tailored to train students leading them to a B.Sc. degree and subsequently in Ph.D. programme. Department of Zoology offers subject Zoology to undergraduate students in combination with subjects like chemistry, botany and biotechnology. The department has been recognized as the place for research by SGB Amravati University, Amravati in 2019. Currently two students are pursuing Ph.D. degrees in the field of limnology and biodiversity. Department of Zoology has spacious laboratory well equipped with adequate instrumentation facilities Department of Zoology takes pride in having a well maintained museum possessing very well preserved specimens. Department is well equipped with all instruments requi

Department of Zoology

To motivate the students for self employment in various applied branches of Zoology. Student conduct field studies through projects in the various aspects such as Fisheries, Biodiversity and Wild life, Insects collection, Bird watching, Apiculture, Vermicomposting, wildlife photography etc.

Highlights and Keystrength

Program Objectives

HOD

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Name : Dr. Kiran B. Sangve

Designation : Professor and Head

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phill., Ph.D.

Email Id : kiran.sangve@gmail.com

Faculties

Dr. Reena R. Laharia
Associate Professor
Dr. Shyamla R. Katke
Associate Professor
Dr. Kiran B. Sangve
Professor and Head

Activities


Session - 18-19

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Women Health Camp 2018-07-31 To create awareness regarding health, hygiene and cleanliness among the students an Iron+ve initiative program has been carried out by Dr. R.R. Laharia, incharge of women health camp in which she detected the blood group & the estimation of Hb gm % of the girls of, B.Sc I year students of our college. Out of total 199 girl students, around 111 girls were tested for their Hb gm % and blood group and it was found that out of these 56 students were severely anemic that is Hb gm % below 8. Thus, for the benefit of these girl students’a camp was organized at department of Zoology ,during which Dr. Reena R. Laharia guided the students about importance of Haemoglobin , as well how to keep their Hb gm% normal by eating nutritional food and also importance of vitamins, and even calcium to stay healthy and asked them to maintain cleanliness, good health and hygiene.
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Session - 2018-19

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Distribution of Tonoferol Syrup 2018-08-18 A free medication of Tonoferol Syrup was given to the aneamic students during camp, funded and provided by Equal opportunity centre , Co-ordinator Dr. P.R. Agrawal. Around 44 students took the benefit of free medication and they were again tested for any improvement of Hb level, after two months and it was found that 21 students out of 29 showed increase in their Hb gm % count and 9 with no change.
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Visit to KVK (Staff) 2018-12-15 03 Department of Zoology arranged a visit to Krishi Vindhyan Kendra, Durgapur on 15/12/2018 for the faculty of Zoology junior college, in all 3 staff visited KVK Dr.Kakde madam did arrangement at KVK for the visits to various sub units of KVK. Staff of Zoology visited, the vermicomposting unit, cattle farming unit, poultry unit, fish pond etc. Staff also benefited as they got first hand knowledge of mushroom cultivation, azola, spirulina cultivation. Staff also got the information of various government schemes which were run by KVK for famer and other citizens. The knowledge imparted by chemical labs, entomology section, radio section, pest control labs were also beneficial for the staff member. This elevated the vision and spectrum of teacher for the teaching who can disseminate this knowledge to the students
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Apiculture 2019-02-22 12 With the objective to impart beekeeping training to farmer students and to give practiced and experience to already trained beekeeper the hand on training for beekeeping was arranged on 22/02/2019 at Punjabrao Deshmukh College of Agriculture. Mr. Tayade of DIC and Dr. S.R.Katke imparted them the knowledge of bees and gave them hands on training. Students were given training on beekeeping, bee maintenance, bee diseases and honey extraction and most important bee pollination. Students were benefited by the activity. They learnt to handle bees, clean bee hive, identify pests and extract honey. They also were aware about the business of honey entrepreneur in beekeeping.
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Kitchen and Garden Waste Management 2019-04-01 23 Dr. S.R. Katke extended her services to Women of SHG for kitchen and garden waste management through vermicomposting. They were trained to collect, segregate and compile the garden and kitchen waste and then to lay the bed for vermicompost. She guided them for the alternate ways in absence of more space or area. The procedure of vermicomposting was followed properly by women and the compost was prepared. It resulted in the confidence of women for doing business. It reduced the waste disposal. Manure for garden was prepared by their own.
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Nomination for Short Term Beekeeping Training at CBRTI, Pune 2019-03-11 06 Brijlal Biyani Science College nominated 06 students to participated in Short term course in Beekeeping at CBRTI, Pune from 11/03/19 to 15/03/19. 06 students of B.Sc II year got hands on training for beekeeping at the center. Students were trained to handle bees, maintain bee hives, identify best and extract honey. This short-term course makes the students skilled for beekeeping as an entrepreneur. This short-term course also had exposer to the students for different research on beekeeping. The mother institution funded students fee partial. CBRTI as an appreciation give offer to our institution to conduct one such short term course at our institution
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Vermicomposting 2019-03-26 Vermicompost is an Extension activity of the Department of zoology. This activity is running by this department since the year 2003. Four cement tanks were arranged behind the zoology laboratory. Eiseina foetida is for the culture. The beds were prepared by using the college garden waste materials, lawn cuttings, cow dung, etc. After every month or a two, compost was collected. The compost then filtered and packed in polythene bags. 1Kg packing was made and the same were labeled by the student of B.Sc, and the members of Nature Club. The compost was sold among the staff members and the students of the college. The collected amount was deposited in the college office. In this year 2018-19 Rs. 300/- (Three hundred only) were deposited on 26th March 2019.
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Parents Meeting for Rain Water Haversting 2019-03-29 20 To create awareness for the rain water harvesting, Department of Zoology took initiative to call a parent meeting to make them aware about the rain water harvesting, as they are the member who need to be positive and interested in doing some construction at home. Thus, meeting was organized on 29/03/2019 at 10.00 am in Zoology department laboratory. Parents shared their difficulties in doing due to flat apartment or noncooperation of people. Some parents were willing to do rain water harvesting. As some parents were from farming background, they were guided to built farm ponds in their farm to raise water table. As a result of this activity some parents were motivated and they built farm ponds and did rain water harvesting at their residential places. Those parents were also the messenger of this activity and they motivated others also for this.
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Session - 2019-20

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Seed Bank 2019-06-05 25+ Seed collection activity was conducted at Uttam nagar last line during the month of June and July . All the small children and women collected seeds of various fruits like mango, jamun, neem, babul, sitafal etc and collected to form a small seed bank. Children were engaged in this activity. They developed in them habit of collecting seed and encouraging others to do the same. The same activity was carried for the students of our institution and the staff member also. Students and staff collected and deposited their seeds at Zoology department on 05/06/2019,13/06/2019, 13/07/19, 15/07/19 and 16/07/19. It resulted in collection of large number of seeds for the future activites. Dr. S.R.Katke guided the children of uttam nagar and the college students for the same.
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Seed Ball Formation in Association with Forest Department 2019-07-08 52 Brijlal Biyani Science College in association with forest department Amravati organized One day workshop on Seed Ball preparation on 08/07/19 at Wadali Bamboo garden. Lt Dr. S.R. Katke. Associate NCC officer and Head Department of Zoology, motivated students to prepare their seed bank and thus this idea materialized into the college seed bank with seeds of mango, jamun, sitafal,, neem, arjun , palas, biba, charoli, dates, karanda etc. College teaching staff and non-teaching staff also contributed in the seed bank. Under the guidance of Mr Narwane, Deputy Conservator of Forest, (Territorial), Amravati, Mr. Kailash Bhumbar, RFO workshop was arranged . Lt.Dr. Shyamla Katke and forester Mr Salim explained and demonstrated the procedure of seed ball preparation with the help of soil, vermicompost, and cow dung manure. In all almost 1500-1700 seed balls were prepared. Dr.S.R.Katke in her introductory speech mentioned the 1000 seed ball prepared by women of SHG of uttam nagar, Amravati and submitted to forest department. Mr. Bhumbar guided students about the sowing and spreading of seed balls in forest so that maximum of them germinates and survives. Chairperson of inaugural function of the workshop, Principal of Brijlal Biyani Science College Dr. D.S. Dhote emphasized on the importance of plantation and advised students to be the torch bearer and continue as the pilot project for other institution also. Dr.K.B.Sangve and Dr. R.R.Laharia were present for the workshop. Ms. Janhvi Harwani of B.Sc III BTZ conducted the programme while Shivani Kothekar proposed vote of thanks. Mr Katole, Mr Chorpagar and Ms. Darebai took efforts for the workshop.
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Plant Nursery 2019-07-18 100 Brijlal Biyani Science college conducted continuous activity of nursery formation. Students collected the polybags of milk, edible oil, salt, washing powder and other utilities from their house and neighbors and filled it with soil for the plant nursery. On rainy days they collected small sapling of neem, pepal, umber etc form the surrounding areas and planted in the polybags to grow. This activity was arranged on 18/7/2019, 19/7/2019, 22/7/2019 and 16/12/2019 and almost .
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Seed Ball Sowing in Association with Forest Department 2019-07-20 29 Brijlal Biyani Science College, Amravati in continuation with the earlier seed ball preparation workshop arranged seed sowing activity on 20/07/19. Lt. Dr.S.R.Katke, HOD, Zoology arranged the visit to wadali forest land, forest plantation section no.2 area for sowing of seed balls. Forester Mr. Fartode guided students for the planed seed ball sowing so that maximum germination is assured. Seed balls of mango, jamun, arjun, neem and sitafal were sowed in protected area of the forest.
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Nomination for Short Term Beekeeping Training at CBRTI, Pune 2019-09-16 05 Brijlal Biyani Science College nominated 05 students to participated in Shot term course in Beekeeping at CBRTI, Pune from 16/09/19 to 20/09/19. 05 students of B.Sc II year got hands on training for beekeeping at the center. Students were trained to handle bees, maintain bee hives, identify best and extract honey. This short-term course make the students skilled for beekeeping as an entrepreneur. This short-term course also here explosion to the students for different research on beekeeping. The mother institution funded students fee partial. CBRTI as an appreciation give offer to our institution to conduct one such short term course at our college.
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Study Tour Chikhaldara 2019-09-19 73 On 19 th September and Department of Zoology arranged Study tour for B.Sc.-II year student at Chikhaldara. 73 students of zoology along with 2 teaching staff Dr.K.B.Sangve and Dr.R.R.Laharia, departed for the Chikhaldara at 7.10 am from College premises by the private bus. At 10.30am we reach the point “Panchadhara” just after the Ghatang, on Chikhaldara road. This spot is an example of freshwater ecosystem. Students observed here the flora and fauna of lotic ecosystem. The place is famous for the collection of bryophytes and mosses. Then we visited various points like Bhimkund, Boating point, Devi point, Ethnobotanical Nursery Visit: This nursery is for conservation and propagation of medicinal plants (Ethanobatanical Study) where more than 50 varieties of plants are used by the tribal peoples for the treatment of various diseases. This was a really fruitful visit because the students were made aware about conservation of natural habitat. They understood the role of each and every organism in our ecosystem.
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Mushroom Awareness Lecture 2019-12-04 36 farmers A lecture on cultivation of mushroom was delivered by Dr.S.R.Katke on 04/12/2019 at Village Somthana District Washim to create awareness about oyster mushroom farming. They were guided aobut the importance of mushroom in diet, Cultivation i.e farming method of oyster mushroom. The better option of employability for farmer woman was emphazied so that they can be enterpreneur and also development of team building through this. The women were interested and gave their name for hands on training, which was decided after participants involvement and interest.
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One Day Workshop on Women Empowerment Through Oyster Mushroom Cultivation in association with KVK 2019-12-23 04 Brijlal Biyani Science College Amravati in association with Gut Gram Panchayat Somthana and Krishi Vidnyan Kendra, Sangwi Rly oganised One day workshop on Women Empowerment Through Oyster Mushroom Cultivation on 23rd December 2019 on the occasion of Farmer Day at village Somthana, Tq. Karanja, District Washim. Dr. S. R. Katke in her introductory speech mention the concept of mushroom farming and clarified how is it important for the women farmers to contribute in the income of family and sustain the economical balance of family by mushroom farming. Chief guest and Resource Person of the workshop Dr. Nandkishore Hirwe, Sr. Scientist and Head KVK, Sangwi Rly shared the various schemes and facilities available at KVK and assured to provide the assistance to all the women and men farmers. Technical expert and guest of honour Mrs. Namrata Rajas delivered lecture on oyster cultivation, mentioning types of mushroom, procedure of preparation of beds, sowing seed spawn, packing bags and sanitizing rooms. She also explained the importance of mushroom in diet and the medicinal value of it. She demonstrated the procedures and all the famer women participated in it. They actually got the hands-on training and filled their polybags. In all 17 farmer women participated and 20 students were benefited. Chair person of the workshop Sarpanch Mrs. Prabha Ashok Katke addressed to involve all the villagers for this training. Principal of Zilla Parishad School, Mr. Ghodeswar, Deputy Sarpanch Mrs. Asha Kolkar and other members of the gram panchayat were present. Vote of thanks was proposed by the Convenor Lt. Dr. S.R.Katke. NCC cadets Shivani Kothekar, Shivani Dhole, Ambika More, Gyneshwari Galande, Amol Tirpude, Kishore, Ajay and others took efforts for the successful organization of the workshop.
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Society Inauguration 2020-01-15 To enhance the interest of students in the subject of Zoology, the Zoological Society was established and inaugurated on 15 th January 2020. Dr. D.S. Dhote Principal, B.B. Sc. College, chaired the function. The chief guest was Mr. Vinod K. Nagle, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, S.G.B. Amravati University, Amravati. He talks on the topic “Molecular biology at Home". Ku. Vaishanavi Ingale, B.Sc.I BTZ, has conducted this programme and Dr. K.B.Sangve gives the introductory speech and put the report of Zoological Society 2018-19. Ku. Maithili Balinge, B.Sc. I BTZ, introduces the guest. Miss. Mehervidhi Soni, B.Sc. I BTZ, proposed vote of thanks. Five toppers in the subject of Zoology of B.Sc. I, II and III year for the year 2018-19 were felicitated during the Zoological society formation. All the activities of the departmental level like seminars, guest lectures, educational tours, various Competitions, Presentations, Quiz, Group discussions etc. were carried out by the society. Students inculcate the habit of self study, develop presentation skill, stage daring, personality management and event management skill.
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Bird Watching 2020-01-19 48 Department of Zoology organized a guest lecture and field visit for the students on the topic “Identification of Birds” at Chattri lake, Amravati, on 19 th January. About 48 students were attended the field visit. A guest lecture of Dr. J.S.Wadatkar, president WESC, Amravati, and Mr. Kiran More, Bird watcher was arranged on 19 th January. The field visit was arranged for the students for the bird watching camp at “Chattri Lake” Amravati. A visit was organized to study and identify the birds by observing external morphology. A field guide was supplied by the WECS, Amravati. Students identified and prepared the checklist of 33 birds.
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Women Health Camp (An Iron +ve initative Program) 2020-12-20 133 To create awareness regarding health, hygiene and cleanliness among the students an Iron+ve initiative program has been carried out on 20/2/20 by Dr. R.R. Laharia, incharge of women health camp in which she detected the blood group & the estimation of Hb gm % of the girls of, B.Sc I year students of our college. Out of total 164 girl students, around 113 girls were tested for their Hb gm % and blood group and it was found that out of these 36 students were severely anemic that is Hb gm % below 8. Thus, for the benefit of these girl students’a camp was organized at department of Zoology, during which Dr. Reena R. Laharia guided the students about importance of Haemoglobin, as well how to keep their Hb gm% normal by eating nutritional food and also importance of vitamins, and even calcium to stay healthy and asked them to maintain cleanliness, good health and hygiene.
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Short Term Beekeeping Training Programme in Association with CBRTI and KVIC, Pune 2020-02-26 34 Brijlal Biyani Science College, in association with Central Bee Research and Training Institute, KVIC, Pune organize short term course in beekeeping from 26/02/2020 to 01/03/2020. Dr. Hemlata Nandurkar HOD, Zoology of SGBAU inaugurated the workshop and conveyed the message of conservation of honey bees. Subject expert Dr.S.R.Katke and Dr. S.V.Bul conducted the theory and practical sessions during the workshop. Guest lecture of Dr. Mangle, Assistant Professor, Apiculture, Chikhaldara, Mr.Vivek Khalokar entrepreneur, director of khalokar beekeeping and enterprise and founder of 24k Amravati honey and Mr. Ramu Bokade, Junior Executive, CBRTI, Pune were arranged. Mr. Prakash Asolkar, technical Expert, KVIB. DIC, Amravati gave practical hands on training to the participants. An educational visit to Apiary was organized to impart hands on training to students. Mr. Bokade explained about the government schemes under MSME and KVIB for the budding entrepreneur. Convener of the short term course and HOD, Zoology Dr.S.R.Katke, Principal Dr.D.S.Dhote took efforts to organize such an event which would help the students to know the importance of bee keeping in Vidarbha region which would increase the crop production of farmers. In all 39 participants from our institutions, PGTD, Zoology, SGBAU, teaching faculty and participant of EDP programme were benefited.
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Environmental Study Tour 2020-03-01 On 01 st March. 2020 the Department of Zoology along with EVS arranged the local study tour to Bamboo Garden, wadali, Dist. Amravati, to study the environment, biotic and abiotic factors, food chain-food web and forest ecosystem along with bird watching. About 65 students attended this visit along with Dr.K.B.Sangve, Dr.R.R.Laharia, EVS staff- Dr. Mundhada, Dr.S.G.Khobragade, Dr.Joshi, Dr. Golchha, Dr. S.J.Ishwarkar, Mr.M.V. Patmase, Dr. V.S. Tondre. Dr. Gajanan Raut. Bonboo garden Wadali is situated in eastern side of Amravati city.  The surrounding area of this Wadali water tank belongs to forest department.  A forest nursery is established in this area for bamboo plantation.  Students studied biotic and abiotic factors, food chain-food web and forest ecosystem along with bird watching.
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One Day Awareness Programme in Beekeeping association with CBRTI and KVIC, Pune and Gram Panchayat Umbarda Bazar 2020-03-02 05 Brijlal Biyani Science College, Amravati in association with Central Bee Research and Training Institute, Pune organized One Day Awareness Programme in Beekeeping on 02/03/2020 at village Umbarda Bazar, District Washim. Mrs. Anita Deore, president, social welfare Washim, presided over the function. Chief guest Mr.Ramu Bokade, Junior Executive, CBRTI, Pune explained the various schemes of the government for bee keeping. Subject expert Dr.S.R.Katke and Dr. S.V.Bul explained the life cycle and general information of bees as well as the different flora required for the beekeeping. They explained the importance of beekeeping to farmers as beekeeping increase their agriculture production and also add on monetary gains by selling honey. About 100 plus farmers participated. Mr. Deore proposed vote of thanks. Dr. S.R.Katke, HOD Zoology as the convener of programme did the arrangement. Shivani Kothekar, Dnyneshwari Galande, Ambika More, Shravani Raut and Ajay Nishane took efforts for the programme.
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Cost Effective Simple Technique of Preparation of Sanitizer 2020-03-16 30 Department of Biotechnology and Zoology organized Workshop on cost effective simple technique of preparation of sanitizer on 16/03/2020 for the staff. It was oranised to combat the scarcity of sanitizer in market due to spread of corona virus pandemic. Dr. S.R.Katke convenor gave introductory speech , Miss Tawani and Mrs. Shinde gave demonstration while Dr.D.S. Dhote gave his chairperson comment. Miss Janhavi Harwani, Miss Shivani kothekar, Miss Vanshika Adwani, Miss Saundarya Rathi and Miss Vaishnavi Punse took efforts for this workshop.
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Vermicomposting 2020-03-17 Vermicompost is an Extension activity of the Department of zoology. This activity is running by this department since the year 2003. Four cement tanks were arranged behind the zoology laboratory. Eiseina foetida is for the culture. The beds were prepared by using the college garden waste materials, lawn cuttings, cow dung, etc. After every month or a two, compost was collected. The compost then filtered and packed in polythene bags. 1Kg packing was made and the same were labeled by the student of B.Sc, and the members of Nature Club. The compost was sold among the staff members and the students of the college. The collected amount was deposited in the college office. In this year 2019-2020 Rs. 400/- (Four hundred only) were deposited on 17 th March 2020.
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Session - 2020-2021

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Seed Bank Formation 2021-06-01 4 Seed collection activity was conducted at Uttam Nagar last line on 1st to 3rd June 2021. All the small children and women collected seeds of various fruits like mango, jamun, neem, babul, sitafal etc. and collected to form a small seed bank. Children were engaged in this activity. They developed in them habit of collecting seed and encouraging others to do the same. Students and staff collected and deposited their seeds at Zoology department on 1st to 3rd June 2021. It resulted in collection of large number of seeds for the future activities. Dr. S. R. Katke guided the children of Uttam Nagar and the college students for the same.
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Kitchen and garden waste vermicomposting 2021-06-01 4 Department of Zoology has organized an extension activity of Kitchen and garden waste management through vermicomposting for the women of self help group at Dhammapada, Uttam Nagar, Amravati on 1st to 3rd June 2021. During the workshop the women were guided for the segregation of Kitchen waste as disposable and no disposable. They were given hands on training to prepare bed, identify earthworm, and collect the vermicompost. 4 women of SHG took benefit of the workshop. It was continuous activity for 1 ½ month.
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One day workshop on Nursery formation 2021-07-03 9 Department of Zoology organized “One day workshop on nursery formation” for the children of Uttam Nagar, Amravati. They collected the saplings of Neem, jamun, khanduchakka, plant from the surrounding area and potted them in the poly bags filled with garden soil and vermicompost. They also potted Bel plants saplings which were already prepared earlier by Dr. S. R. Katke HOD, Zoology. In all 35 saplings were potted on 03/07/2021. Parents of the children and residents of the last line also helped them in collecting the poly bags. 09 children participated. This activity engaged the children for the whole day and also motivated them for the actual experiential work of gardening, and learn the importance of nursery preparation for plantation drive.
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Two days workshop on Women Empowerment through Oyster Mushroom Cultivation 2021-07-07 14 “Two Days Workshop on Women Empowerment through Oyster Mushroom Cultivation” was organized in association with Kamlae Mushrooms, Amravati on 7th and 8th July 2021 under the chairmanship of Dr. D. S. Dhote, Principal of College following all Covid norms. On the Day 1 the participant were given theoretical training along with the pre requisite of the cultivation procedure. The practical session of the Day 1 included forming rope holder, hanging rings room disinfection, straw disinfection. On the Day 2 participants were trained in straining of straw, disinfection of all required material, filing of bags with proper spawn, tying of bags and holding them in holder. Convener of the workshop, Dr. S.R. Katke and Mr. Suraj Deore, Director Kamlae Mushroom explained and demonstrated the procedure to participants. In all 5 students of the institution and 9 ladies participated in the workshop.
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Guest Lecture 2021-08-25 41 The Department of Zoology arranged an invited talk on the topic “Genetic Screening and prenatal diagnosis” by Dr.G.B.Kale, Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, G.S.Science, Arts and Commerce, college, Khamgoan, Dist. Buldhana on 25th August 2021 on Google meet at 12.40pm for B.Sc.-II year Semester 4 students. Dr.K.B.Sangve gave the introductory speech and introduces the guest speaker. In all 41 students of zoology were present. The guest speaker explains that Prenatal genetic screening is the tests of the pregnant woman's blood and findings from ultrasound exams. This test can screen the fetus for aneuploidy; defects of the brain and spine called neural tube defects (NTDs); and some defects of the abdomen, heart, and facial features. He also explains the utility of the test by saying Genetic screening is really a term that's used to help us identify a smaller group of people from a large population. And this smaller group of people really actually might have a higher risk of either having a disease, developing that disease, or potentially having children who may have that disease as well. After the speech of the guest Dr.K.B.Sangve proposed the vote of thanks.
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Women Health Camp 2021-08-27 74 Haemoglobin estimation and blood testing is carried out every year for the girls students of B.Sc I year since 2010-11. But this year due the Pandemic covid -19 it was not possible to detect the haemoglobin of these girls physically. It is very important to create awareness about the importance of Health with respect to haemoglobin among the adolescent girls, so to make them sensitize an online awareness program was organised by Equal opportunity Centre in collaboration with Zoology department on 27th August 2021 at 1.00 pm-2.00pm. Dr. R.R. Laharia, being the speaker, guided the girls about the importance of Hemoglobin and factors affecting it. She had covered various reasons of loss of haemoglobin, nutritional aspect which included various vitamins, and factors affecting RBC production. She had also asked the students to maintain cleanliness, good health and hygiene. Around 74 of B.Sc. 1 year girl students along with ladies staff got benefitted. Dr.P.R.Agrawal, Co-ordinator, Equal Opportunity Cell and members Dr. S.R.Kadu, and Dr. G.N.Daga took the efforts to make the program successful.
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Vermicomposting 2021-03-31 Vermicompost is an Extension activity of the Department of zoology. This activity is running by this department since the year 2003. We used cement tanks (1.2x2x1 feet) for the preparation of compost. Four cement tanks were arranged on the plane platform behind the wall of the zoology laboratory. The cement tanks were specially designed for the compost. One outlet for drainage is made at the base and six ventilators wholes were made at the neck region. Eiseina foetida is the fast growing and most commonly used species of earthworm were used for the culture. These seeds of these worms were the product of our own compost and we are self sufficient as we have our own culture. The beds were prepared by using the college garden waste materials, lawn cuttings, cow dung, etc. Water was daily showered to maintain the moisture. As the compost tanks are on the ground there is a threat for the insects particularly from the red ants. So to protect them insecticide were used. This year due to Covid Pandamic 19 the students were not allowed to participate in this activity. So the compost was sold among the staff members. The collected amount was deposited in the college office. In this year 2020-21 Rs. 300/- (Three hundred only) were deposited on 31st March 2021.
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Session - 2021-22

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Zoology Society Formation 2022-02-28 100+ Zoological Society - 2021-2022The zoological Society 2021-2022 was constituted on basis of academic excellence as well as performance and active participation of the students. Final year student acts as President and secretary while others are the members of the society. Each of them works for the academic excellence and extensions in the subject by involving all the students of the subject. Head of Department: Dr. S. R. Katke In-charge Professor: Dr. K.B. Sangve President: Ku. Kochar Anushka Pravinchandra (CBZ) Vice- President: Ku. Chavhan Pallavi Pavan (BTZ) Secretary: Ku. Soni Mehervidhi Mohan (BTZ) Class representatives: B.Sc. III Chirde Abhishek Shrikant (BTZ) Ku. Gurjar Anshuja Sudhir CBZ) Ku. Agrawal Vaishanvi Narendra (BTZ) Ku. Kulkarni Anuradha Makarand (CBZ) B.Sc. II Sagane Prasanna Arun (CBZ) Ku. Lanjewar Nidhi Pravin (CBZ) Ku. Pachgade Divyani Vasant (CBZ) Ku. Javeri Manali Nitin (BTZ) Ku. Munde Kirti Nilesh (BTZ) Ku. Surekar Yukta Mahendra (BTZ) B.Sc. I Ku. Katyarmal Khushi Bablu (CBZ) Ku. Ghodeswar Dhanashree Vinod (CBZ) Ku. Kathalkar Kshitija Sanjay (CBZ) Mankar Suyog Narayan (BTZ) Ku. Alaspure Vaishnavi Dipak (BTZ) Ku. Atrey Smaranika Sandeep (BTZ)
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Educational Tour- Bird Watching Camp at Chhatri Talao 2022-03-11 25 The bird watching camp for B.Sc.I year students was arranged at Chattri Lake. About 25 students attended the camp. The students were introduced to Bird watching by Mr. Surabh Jaunjal and Mr. Shahank Nagrale, members Wildlife and Conservation Society, Amravati. A visit was organized to study and identify the birds by observing external morphology. A field guide was supplied by the WECS, Amravati. Students identified and prepared the checklist of 25 birds.
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Campus Visit for Bird Counting 2022-02-23 35 A Campus visit for Zoology students the in collaboration with Nature Club Department of Zoology organizes the Campus Bird count-2022 programme in Brijlal Biyani Science College campus. Around 23 bird species were recorded. Dr. J.S.Wadatkar, president WESC, Amravati, Adv. Rajmeher Nishane, Mr. Shahank Nagrale guided the students in identifying and count the birds. Dr.S.R.Katke, Head Department of Zoology, Dr. K. B. Sangve, Dr. R. R. Laharia were present. Around 35 students participated.
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Extension Activity : Kitchen and Garden Waste Management by Vermicomposting 2021-12-05 14 Department of Zoology has organized an extension activity of Kitchen and garden waste management through vermicomposting for the women of self help group at Dhammapada, Uttam Nagar, Amravati from 05/12/2021 to 19/12/2021. During the workshop, the women were guided on the segregation of Kitchen waste as decomposable and nondecomposable. They were given hands-on training to prepare beds, identify earthworms, and collect the vermicompost. 14 women of SHG took benefit of the workshop. It was a continuous activity for 1 ½ months. Women of self group developed the awareness regarding minimum waste disposed to Municipal Corporation and utilize the kitchen organic and decomposable waste for vermicomposting. They produced 5 to 6 quintals of compost.
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Extension Activity : Hb detection and Women Health Camp 2022-03-03 74 To create awareness about the importance of Health with respect to haemoglobin among the adolescent girls. A haemoglobin detection and blood group camp was carried by Women Health Camp in collaboration with department of Zoology, Indian Women Scientist Association and Women Development and Gender Equality Cell Dr. R. R. Laharia detected Hb gm % and haemoglobin of the girls of I year students of our college for two days 3rd and 4th March 2022 the program was chaired by the Hon’ble Principal Dr. D.S. Dhote along with Dr. S.R. Katke convener WDGE (IWSA member), Dr. K. B. Sangve and Dr. S.V.Bul. , the same activity was continued by Women Health Camp out total 74 girls, 42 students were found severely anemic. A free medication camp was organised on 27th May 2022 during which guidance about importance of good health and a prescribed medicine ,’Hemfer Syrup’ was distributed by the hands of chairperson Honorable Principal Dr. D.S. Dhote along with Dr P.R. Agrawal, Dr. K.B. Sangve around 31 Students out of total 42 anemic students took the benefit of this free medication.
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One Day Workshop on Nursery Formation 2021-09-12 11 “One day workshop on nursery formation” for the children of Uttam Nagar, Amravati. They collected the saplings and potted them in the poly bags compost. They also potted Bel plants saplings which were already prepared earlier. In all 58 saplings were potted on 12/09/2021.Total 11 children participated in the workshop. 3. Celebrated the Awareness program on World Sparrow Day and International Forest Day on 21/03/2022 at 3:35 p.m along with the students of B. Sc. I, II, and III (Zoology).
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Short Term Course in Beekeeping 2021-09-30 06+25 Brijlal Biyani Science College, Amravati organized 10 days Short term course in Beekeeping in association with Khadi and Village Industries Board Amravati from 30/09/2021 to 09/10/2021. Lt. Dr. Shyamla R. Katke, Convenor and Head of Zoology Department gave the Introductory speech. Mr. Uday Puri, Dist. Gen. Manager, D.I.C. Amravati inaugurated the training programme. Mr. Pradeep Chechare, Village Industries Officer, Amravati. Chaired the inaugural function. Mr. Kalaskar, Sr. Scientist, KVK Ghatkhed and Master trainer Prof. Vidyanand Ahire guided the students while Mr. Tayade conducted the programme. During the training of 10 days students and the participants learned the various topics like history of beekeeping, ancient methods of beekeeping, types of honeybees, caste of honeybees, morphology, anatomy, colony organization and life cycle, beekeeping equipment, apiary set-up, inspection of bee colony, swarming, division of colony, queen rearing, management of honey flow period, seasonal activities management, bee sting and its remedies, by-products of bee keeping, colony management for pollination, bee flora, role of KVIC, Information of Gov. schemes and finance. Practical sessions were conducted daily and hands on training was imparted to all participants. Prof. Vidyanand Ahire master bee trainer conducted the theory and practical during the training while Dr. S. R. Katke guided a bee flora required for beekeeping practical sessions included the handling of bee keeping instruments, observation of bee colonies, identification of tips of bees, and bee flora, identification of different caste of bees, inspection of colonies, division of colonies, swarming, queen production and various diseases of honey bees and their treatment. In all the STC in beekeeping proved beneficial for the participants Ms. Yogita Ingale the beneficiary of the KVIC, honey mission scheme of government shared her experiences during the valedictory function. Dr. Dhote and Dr. Deshmukh guided the participants and assured to involve in Bee keeping activities in collaboration with institution.
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Extension Activity : Vermicomposting 2022-05-25 24 Dr. K.B.Sangve has been continuously putting his efforts for the production of the compost in the vermicompost unit of the department. The compost collected from the unit accounted 20 kg for sale among the staff members and the students of the college. The generated revenue was deposited in the college office. In this year 2021-2022 Rs. 280/- (Two hundred eighty only) were deposited on 27th May 2022. Students of B.Sc-II and III participated in the activity. Students were trained and guided for the identification of the earthworm, preparation of beds, maintenance collection and packing of the vermicompost.
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Guest Lecture on Wetland Birds and its Diversity 2021-10-07 75 1. On occasion of “Wildlife Week-2021”The Department of Zoology arranged an online invited talk on the topic “Introduction to Wetland Birds and It’s Diversity” by Dr. G.A.Wagh, Professor, Department of Zoology, Shri. Shivaji Science College Amravati, on 7/10/2021. In all 75 students of zoology were present.
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Guest Lecture on The World of Tiny Creatures: Insecta 2021-10-08 The Department of Zoology in association with Nature Club arranged an online invited talk on occasion of “Wildlife Week-2021”on the topic “The World of Tiny Creatures: Insecta” by Dr. G.B.Kale, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Zoology, G.S.Science, Arts and Commerce College, Khamgoan Dist. Buldhana, was taken on 8/10/21.
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Student Achievements 2022-03-28 Ms. Smarnika Atre has participated and ranked First in the State Level Biogenious Competition held by the Zoological Society, Department of Zoology, GVISH, Amravati on date 28/3/2022.
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Expert Lecture on Small Scale Industries for Women 2022-04-15 Delivered lectures on 15th April 2022 on small scale industries and other small business to women of self-help group on the occasion of Social Equality Program from 6/4/22 to 16/04/22.
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Session - 2022-23

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Bee Flora Plantation 2022-07-07 09 To create awareness about honeybees and its flora a Bee flora plantation was organized by the department of Zoology in association with Samarpan Bahu Udeshiya Sanstha, Amravati. The bee flora plantation was carried out at kondeshwar road behind sanzvella hotel on 07/07/2022 and 08/07/2022 in the morning hours. The founder mentors of the Sanstha Mr. and Mrs. Shobha Tayade along with their staff participated in the drive. Students of the B.Sc II BTZ group participated in the activity. The saplings of mangos, jamun, neem, tamarind and pipal were planted. Lt. Dr. S.R. Katke organized and guided the activity while Raj Pande, Reitesh Parteti, Smarnika Atrey and Mrunmayi Atrey took effort for the activity.
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Visit to “The Medical Museum” 2022-09-03 43 A visit to “The Medical Museum- An organ Exhibition at Dr. PDMMC Amravati” was arranged for B. Sc. III students on 3rd Sept. 2022 to study and have the 1st hard experience of handling human internal organs and to study its anatomy and functioning. During the visit, the theory session was arranged for the students where they were guided about the various organ of the human body and their functions. Later the student visited the dissection hall of the Anatomy department where most of the human internal organs were displayed for observation and study. Students had 1st hand experience of handling internal organs like the heart, kidney, brain, liver, part of the intestine, testis, ovary, uterus, bones, etc. and studying them. Students of PDMMC explained the working of organs to the students of B.Sc. III year. Students got experience of handling human organs and understood the anatomy and functioning of various organs. In all 40 students and 03 teachers participated in the visit.
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SEM Study Tour (Visit to Apiary) 2022-11-28 27 The study tour was organized for B.Sc I yr students to Apiary-Karajgaon on 28th Nov 2022 to study the rearing of honey bees and their importance in agriculture. Karajgaon-Apiary is 30 km from Amravati. Students traveled to the apiary in public transport. Students were exposed to organically integrated farming and they learned the role of honey bees in agriculture. They studied the details of Apis melifera bee, its morphology, its caste, its working, and its life cycle. They also learned the interdependence of bees and flora (plantation). They were further given the details of the processing of honey. Thus the visit to Apiary was beneficial. Students had hands-on training to handle melifera bees. They could identify various stages of the life cycle of honey bees and also learned the rearing practices. They further gained knowledge of various pests of honey bees and their control. A total of 27 students were benefited.
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Extension Activity: Kitchen and Garden Waste Management 2022-12-04 14 As an extension of the zoology department for the betterment of society, the "Kitchen and Garden Waste Management through Vermicomposting" activity was organized for the women of the self-help group of Yashoda Nagar, Amravati. The activity was organized to create awareness regarding non-degradable and degradable kitchen and garden waste. The women were trained to segregate kitchen and garden waste and utilize it to prepare compost with the help of earthworms. Women were trained to prepare beds, water them, add earthworms to it, maintain the required conditions for composting, collect the compost, filter it and pack it and sell it. They were further trained to protest it from its energy. After the complete hands-on training and a total period of 60 days, 14 women of SHG produced almost 200 kg of vermicompost which was sold by them at the rate of Rs. 20/- per kg. Thus, the In-Charge of the activity extended her services to women of SHG in vermicomposting and thus minimized the waste load on the municipal corporation.
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"World Sparrow Day" 2023-03-20 22 Zoological Society of the Department of Zoology organized a guest lecture on the event of World Sparrow Day on 20th March 2022. The invited guest speaker Mr. Kiran Prakash More, Live stock supervisor at Zilla Parishad Amravati presented the lecture on the topic of "Backyard Birds" for the student of B.Sc I and II year. The guest speaker explained about the backyard birds. He emphasized on the observation of various birds and asked them to maintain the list of birds. He also guided them to study the life cycle of birds by observing their nesting period, their development phases and their habits, etc. He guided students on his observation on the bird "Chandol" and shared his research work on the habitat of chandol in urban development process. He appealed the students to come forward for the cause of the protection of birds. The staff of the department guided the student for the activity. In all 22 students participated in the guest lecture.
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Zoological Society Inauguration 2022-10-17 The inauguration of Zoological Society was organized on 17/10/22 under the Science Forum. The Zoological Society constitute the Faculty member, Teacher In charges and student member of B.Sc. I, II, III year. Student are selected on their academic performance. Dr. D. S. Dhote was the chairperson for the inaugural function. Dr. Ramesh Manza, Dr. Pravin Yannawar and Dr. Bhaskar Sathe from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad were the Chief Guest for the function. HOD, Zoology felicitated the newly appointed president and secretary of the Zoological Society. Dr. Laxmi Sharma gave her introductory speech while Dr. Manisha Golcha proposed vote of thanks.
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Guest lecture on Sericulture under Science Forum 2022-10-18 121 A guest lecture on “Sericulture” was organized by the Department of Zoology on 18th October 2022 for B. Sc. II and B. Sc. III students under the Lecture series conducted during the inauguration of the science forum. The Chief Guest and speaker Mr. Arvind More, Assistant Director of Sericulture, Regional Sericulture Office, Amravati, delivered his speech on sericulture. He explained the topic in a very simple lucid manner which included subtopics on – the plantation of mulberry, different types of silk moths, the life cycle of the silk moth, rearing of mulberry silk moth (Bombyx mori), feeding, cleaning, various larval instar, cocoon processing including, boiling of Cocoon, threading, reeling, twinning, bobbins, and weaving. He emphasized the various government schemes and funding agencies for sericulture where farmers and students can avail loans for the set up of the sericulture unit and marketing units. Students benefited from the lecture. They were willing to get hands-on training and further showed interest in setting up the sericulture unit. 121 students of II year and III year attended the lecture. Dr. D. S. Dhote, the Principal chaired the function, Dr. S.R. Katke, In Charge Zoological Society gave the introductory speech, and Dr. K. B. Sangve HOD, motivated students for self-employment. Mr. Raj Pande conducted the event, Miss. Sania Khan introduced the guest while Miss. Sakshi Kamble proposed vote of thanks. Students of Zoological Society took efforts for the event.
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SEM Study Tour (Visit to Fish Market) 2023-04-07 24 The study tour was organized for B.Sc I yr Sem 2 students to Fish Market, Chaprashipura, Amravati on 8th April 2023 to study edible fishes from the local region. Chaparashipura fish market is known for its variety of edible fishes, prawns, mulluscs, etc. It is a central market for all the surroundings local area near by Amravati city and has fishes available for sale, from various water bodies near it. Students studied the local market, its location, its layout, and its setup. They observed various fishes, studied their characteristics features, their market sale, and availability throughout seasons and year, their nutritional values, etc. The students further interacted with the shopkeeper and the fisherman about the supply chain of the fishes from the local region. They further gained knowledge about the marine water fishes which were also available. Besides fishes, the other edible food sources were lobster, prawns, crabs, and oysters. They are also the nutritious food from the local water bodies. Thus students were benefited from the visit. 24 students participated in the visit.
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"One day workshop on Vermicomposting from kitchen Waste and Various Government Schemes for women" 2023-06-24 25 One day workshop on "Government Schemes and Vermicomposting from Kitcen Waste" for the women was organized on 24/06/2023 in association with Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Vidhi Mahavidyalay, confederation of All India Traders (CATT), New Delhi and the Swamini Mahila Unity, Amravati to impart the hands on training to the women of the Swamini Mahila Unity, Amravati. The workshop has 2 technical sessions in which the theoretical knowledge of vermicomposting, practical hands on training, and the information about government schemes were given to the women. Inauguration of workshop was done of the hands of Mr. Vinod Kalantri, chairperson of CAIT under the chairpersonship of Dr. Varsha Deshmukh, principal of Panjabrao Deshmukh Vidhi Mahavidyalaya. Mr. Sunil Sose, women and child development officers, Amravati district addressed the women and guided them about various government schemes. Dr. Shyamla Katke explained the process of vermicomposting and gave them hands on training and step wise procedure of production packing, trading and selling and how to be the entrepreneur. Dr. Varsha Deshmukh motivated the women to be part of economic empowerment of women through entrepreneurship. In all 25 women participated.
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Formation and Inauguration of Zoological Society 2022-10-17 52 The inauguration of the zoological society was organized on 17/10/2022 under the science forum. The Zoological Society constitutes the faculty member, teacher in charge, and student members of B.Sc. I, II, III yr. Student members are selected on their academic performance. Dr.D.S.Dhote chairman for the inaugural function. Dr. Ramesh Manza, Dr. Pravin Yannawar, and Dr. Bhaskar Sathe from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad were the chief guest for the function. HOD of zoology facilitated the newly appointed president and secretary of the zoological society. Dr. Manisha Golcha conducted the program while Dr. Lakshmi Sharma proposed a vote of thanks.
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Poster and Model presentation 2022-10-08 44 A poster and model competition was arranged for the B.Sc. III and II odd semester zoology students. The posters, charts and models were displayed in zoology laboratory, and the same was inaugurated and judge by the Guest Dr. G.B.Santape, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Raharshee Shahu Science College, Chandur Rly, Dist. Amravati, on 8th October 2022. 44 students were participated in the poster/model presentation. Three posters and models were selected as best posters/models for the awards.
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Educational tour 2022-11-27 35 A field visit in Pohara forest was organized on 27/11/2022 for the student of B.Sc I Semester I (CBCS) under the Skill Enhancement Module of Photographic collection of colourful beetles and bugs from the local region for the First CBZ batch and Photographic collection of spiders web from the local area for the Second CBZ batch.
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Educational tour to study local invertebrate fauna 2023-01-10 71 Educational tour for the B.Sc-1 students sem I organized to study local invertebrate fauna of college garden on 10/1/23 Total 71 students were present and also for B.Sc I year sem -2 students to study local Vertebrate fauna of college garden on 24/4/23 and 27/4/23. Total 56 students enlisted the Vertebrate fauna
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Bird watching camp 2023-04-04 40 3. The bird watching camp for B.Sc.I year students was arranged at Chattri Lake. About 40 students attended the camp. The students were introduced to Bird watching by Dr. Jayant Wadatkar, President WECS, Amravati, Dr.Shrikant Warhekar, Dr. Kiran More, Dr.Pavan Rathod, Dr. Saphal Patil, Mr. Ankush Gawande, members of Wildlife and Conservation Society, Amravati. A visit was organized to study and identify the birds by observing external morphology. A field guide was supplied by the WECS, Amravati. Students identified and prepared the checklist of 22 birds.
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Oxygen Park Visit 2023-03-29 28 Educational tour for the B.Sc-II students in collaboration with EVS was organized to study the Ecology, Abiotic and Biotic factors of Freshwater ecosystem at Oxygen park Amravati. Students studied the environment, oxygen producing plants, food chain-food web and forest ecosystem along with bird watching. About 28 students attended this visit along with Dr. K.B.Sangve, Dr.S.R.Katke, EVS staff- Dr. Mundhada, Mr.V.K.Panpalia, Dr.Joshi, Dr. Golchha, and Mr. G.S.Bajaj.
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Industrial Visit to DIPEX-2023 2023-04-09 91 An Industrial Visit to the DIPEX-2023 (an Exhibition) organized by Srujan Trust at Sipna College of Engineering, Amravati, was attended by all the B.Sc. students of the college on Sunday, 9th April 2023.
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Nature walk and Bird Watching trail 2022-07-10 08 To celebrate Wildlife Week-22, on date:7th October 2022 (Sunday), a nature walk and Bird Watching trail was jointly organized by Wildlife & Environment Conservation Society (WECS) Amravati and Forest Division Amravati, which included visit from Bamboo Garden to Bhavani Lake, reserve forest of Wadali , Amravati. The walk aimed for looking Birds and Animal Track signs and to raise awareness about the importance of preserving wildlife and their habitats, and to promote responsible eco-tourism etc. Dr. Jayant Wadatkar, Secretary WECS and his team along with Mrs. Varsha Harne, range forest officer guided total eight students who participated into it along with one teacher of department.
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Invited talk 2022-10-08 65 On occasion of “Wildlife Week-2022”The Department of Zoology arranged an invited talk on the topic “Human Evolution” by Dr. G.B.Santape, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Raharshee Shahu Science College, Chandur Rly, Dist. Amravati, on 8th October 2022 for the B.Sc.II (Semester III) Zoology students. Dr. K.B.Sangve gave the introductory speech of the programme, Miss. Huda Pasha B.Sc. II CBZ Member of Zoological Society introduces the guest. Mr. Raj Pande B.Sc. II BTZ proposed the vote of thanks while Miss. Roshani Sahu from B.Sc II year CBZ conducts the programme. Total 65 participants were present.
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Invited talk 2022-10-19 On occasion of “Wildlife Week-2022” an invited talk was arranged on the topic related to Skill Enhancement Module -Beetles from local Region by Dr. Vaibhav G. Thakare, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Government Vidharbh Institute of Science and Humanities, Amravati , for B.Sc. I year Sem-1on19 th October January 2022.
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Invited talk 2023-03-22 32 The Department of Zoology had arranged an Invited talk on the Topic, related Skill Enhancement Module- Case study of migratory wetland birds from local reservoirs’ by Dr. G.A. Wagh, Professor, Department of Zoology, Shri. Shivaji Science College, Amravati on 28th March 2023. Around 32 Student of B.Sc. I year took the benefit of the talk.
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Invited talk 2023-03-20 22 Zoological Society of the Department of Zoology organized a guest lecture on the event of World Sparrow Day on 20th March 2023. The invited guest speaker Mr. Kiran Prakash More, Live stock supervisor at Zilla Parishad Amravati presented the lecture on the topic of “Backyard Birds" for the student of B.Sc I and II year students participated in the guest lecture.
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Activity Calender


Laboratories

Sr. No. Lab Name Lab area / No. of Students Lab-in-charge
1 Zoology 8.30 x 14.95 / 50 Dr. K.B.Sangve
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Achievements

Sr. No. Name of Competition Date Participant Rank
1 State Level Biogenious Competition 2022-03-28 1 3

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Research

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Supporting Staff

Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Neeraj N. Gupta Laboratory Attendant
2 Mr. Pradip R. Chaurpagar Lab Attendant
3 Mrs. Sunita Darekar Lab Attendant

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Project

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Major Equipments

Sr. No. Name of Department Name of Equipment
1 Zoology Electrophoresis Elpho Kit. (GENEI Make), Model –ETS-1
2 Zoology Tissue High speed Homogenizer Apparatus (REMI make), model R-Q127A
3 Zoology Digital Electronics Balance cap 1Kg least count 0.1 gm. (Zarna make) model-HB 1000.
4 Zoology Autoclave (BTL make)
5 Zoology Oven Thermostatic control( BTL make)
6 Zoology Spectrophotometer Type 106 (Sistronics make)
7 Zoology Laminar air flow (Rescholar equipment )
8 Zoology Incubator (Bacteriological Natural Convection) BTL make
9 Zoology Cooling Centrifuge (Revolutionary Table Top High Speed
10 Zoology Cooling Centrifuge REMI make, Model C-24 BL)
11 Zoology Voltage stabilizer servo,VS-03
12 Zoology Trinocular micro Image, Projection System(Magnus Make)
13 Zoology Stereo zoom Binocular microscope MAGANUS make, MSZ-TR Model
14 Zoology pH Meter SYSTRONICS Model EQ-610
15 Zoology Colorimeter BioCHEM Model VTS-06
16 Zoology Freez LG 285 Lit 4 star
17 Zoology Celesrton Digital USB Microscope
18 Zoology Microtome WESWOX
19 Zoology Compound Microscope (HSG) Olympus

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Session - 2022-23