Zoology is the branch of biology that focuses on the study of animals, including their structure, physiology, behaviour, evolution, and ecology. It encompasses a vast array of organisms, from microscopic single-celled organisms to complex multicellular creatures. There are various aspects of Zoology like:

Taxonomy and classification: Zoologists classify animals into different groups based on shared characteristics.

Anatomy and Physiology: Zoologists study the anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of animals, from their cells and tissues to their organ systems. This includes understanding how different organs work together to support life processes.

Evolutionary Biology: Zoologists investigate the evolutionary history of animals and how they have adapted to their environments over time.

Behavioral Ecology: Zoologists examine the behavior of animals in their natural habitats, including their mating rituals, social interactions, foraging patterns, and communication methods.

Parasitology and Pathology: Zoologists also investigate the relationships between animals and parasites, as well as the causes and effects of diseases in animal populations.

Developmental Biology: Zoologists study the development of animals from fertilization to adulthood, including embryonic development, growth, and metamorphosis.

Courses Under Zoology 

B.Sc. Medical

B.Sc. Zoology Hons.

M.Sc. Zoology