Introduction :

“The zoologist is delighted by the differences between animals, whereas the physiologist would like all animals to work in fundamentally the same way.”
― Alan Hodgkin

Zoology is the branch of biology that relates to the animal kingdom, including the identification, structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystems .Zoology is important to science and to the world because it safe-guards wildlife and promotes conservation through programs like natural rehabilitation and breeding, raises awareness of endangered, at risk, and even flourishing animals, and helps create a precedence for future generations to protect what we have.


There are many career options after graduation or postgraduation in zoology some of them are IFOS (Indian forest services) Embryologist (IVF technician),Professor ,wild life manger, Forensic Expert,Entomologist (Pest control manager), IAS ,Lab technician, Veterinarian, Medical Transcription, Environmental conservationists, Animal caretaker, Nature conservation officer,Marine scientist, Research Scientist, Physician associate, Environmental consultant.

Sr. No.
 Name of Faculty
Ms. Rinkal Parmar
Assistant Professor
Mr. Mayur Koli
Assistant Professor
Dr. Ajit Ambekar

Field trips are exciting educational opportunities for students and teachers alike. The main aim of conducting a field trip for students is to reinforce experiential and contextual learning. Field trips are a way of enhancing

classroom learning by making real world connections. Field trips expose students to different lifestyles, places and eras. Every semester field trip is conducted for students by department.

Students presented different topics on environmental issues to create awareness.

Students of zoology department visited First Aid Rehabilitation center. Here they interacted with children with different disabilities such as blind and deaf, children with down syndrome and autism etc.

Bird watching activity was enjoyed by students at Nakshatra Van garden Silvassa. Students learned identification of different species of birds of the area.

Science skill development workshop was conducted for B.Sc. students by Zoology Department Mr. Anand Pandey, project scientist, wildlife institute of India Dehradun and Mr. Aniruddh Vasava, project coordinator, voluntary nature conservancy. Anand, visited as resource persons.