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Botany Department

Botany Department was one of the first departments to be started in 1958 when the College was started.  The Department offers the study of Botany for the Intermediate and Degree Courses.

The B. Sc Botany syllabus is framed by the Department in consultation with Subject experts from Universities. 

Core Courses  

Plant Diversity-I

Plant Diversity-II

Plant diversity-III

Plant diversity-IV

Cell Biology & Genetics

Microbiology & Biotech

Ecology & Biodiversity

Plant Physiology & Seed Technology

Inter Disciplinary Electives

Horticulture

Nursery Management

 

A highlight of the Botany Department is the inclusion of performance oriented practical in Microbiology, Physiology, Ecology etc… with the help of the  well equipped laboratory, through field works, visits to laboratories, conservatories, Botanical Gardens, parks and places of interests.

Teaching Learning Evaluation – Methods, Activities and Innovation

 Lecture Method, Lecture and Demonstration Method, Informally in the Library, Field Visits (On The Spot Study), Seminars, Group Discussions, Quiz, Audio-Visual Aids(Charts, Slides Flash Cards, Powerpoint), Mini Projects, Exhibitions or Displays, Guest Lectures And Assignments.

Awards/Prizes of the department

 - Mrs. Indira Devi Vaddiparty Prizefor Best Final Year B.Sc. Biology  

 - Merit Prize for Botanical Excellence awarded to final year student who secures     highest marks in Botany (Theory & Practicals) instituted by staff of Botany Department, SJC.

- Sri.M.S.B Sastry Scholarship instituted by Mrs.R.Suryakumari, Former Head of the Dept of  Botany for III year C.B.Z student who gets  highest marks in all three subjects

 

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Quality Parameters in Higher Education & Approaches for Changing Social Conditions

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Innovative Academic Initiatives through Need-based Curriculum

Theme – 1 Agriculture, Food Technology &

                   Textile Science

19.

Importance and Biodiversity of Medicinal Flora with a note on conservation

1.

Value addition in Coleus forskholiibriq by organic farming

20.

Degenerative diseases and phytocure for Arthritis

2.

Seasonal variations in distribution of Photosynthetic Pigments in four edible species of Chlorophyceae and the effect of light, dissolved oxygen and nutrients on their distribution

21.

Ethnobotanical diversity of Family Eugphorbiaceae in Visakhapatnam Dist.AP

3.

Sugarcane performance in Andhra Pradesh: Special reference to North coastal districts during pre and post WTO periods

22.

Cytotoxic and neurological role of curcumin and its analogues (congeners)

4.

Value Chain Management in Cane Jaggery in North Coastal Zone of Andhra Pradesh: An Economic analysis

23.

Quality control requirements for Value added Herbal drugs

5.

Seed Storage And Conservation Methods For Recalcitrant Seeds of Economically Important Fruit Trees

24.

Emerging trends in Formulation approaches for herbal drugs

6.

Identification of low GI (Glycaemic Index) Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) Varieties suitable for prevention of Type II Diabetes

25.

Preliminary Phytochemical Screening And Antibacterial Acitvity of the Leaves of Blumea Solidaginoides

7.

Insect pests of Value added Products and their Management

26

Hebraism for Arthritis cure in Tribal area of Surguja forest in CG India

8.

To Assess The Nutritional Value of Moringa and Beetroot Fortified Prodcuts

27.

Dasapathrachurma-Enriched herbal powder

Theme – 2 Genetic, Biotechnology, Biochemistry & Nanotechnology

 

Ethno Botany 0 Its Importance In medicine

9.

Evaluating The Role of Trypsin Inhibitor Against Larval Gut Proteases an In Silico Approach

28.

In vitro Evaluation of Free Radical scavenging activity of Alysicarpusmonilifer

10.

Subtilisin Like Alkaline Serineprotease – Cucumisin Isolated From The Seeds Of Cucumis Melo Var. Agrestis.

 

Theme-4 Horticulture, Agroforestry & Ecology

11.

Antibacterial activity in extract bauhinia Vahlii

29.

Post harvest technology of Horticultural  crops

12.

Wood anatomical structure of the clone of Eucalyptus rereticorinissm (Mysore gum)

30.

Value Added Products of Sugarcane in North Coastal zone of Andhra Pradesh

 

Theme-3 Medicinal Botany

31.

Human influence on Tropical forests

13.

Studies on Antioxidants in Some Medicinal plants and purification of Catalase from Phyllanthusreticulatus

32.

Environment and Social sparks

14.

Indian Indigenour Herbal Wealth

33.

Sustainable Development Practices of Tribes of Koraput Dist. Orissa

15.

Phytochemicals in Chilli (Capsicum annuum I)

34.

Impact of Climate Change on Food Security

16.

Studies on Ethnomedicinal plants from Chathakonda forest area

35.

Traditional Vegetables of low income communities as potential sources of nutrition

17.

Usage of the Ethnomedicinal plants in curing stomach diseases by Jatapu tribes of Vizianagaram and Srikakulam Districts, Andhra Pradesh

37.

Effect of the herbicide (paraquat) on the reproductive biology of the freshwater snail lymnaealuteola

18.

Wild Edible plants in Indian system of Medicine: Visakhapatnam, AP

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

  Head of the Department 

  Dr.K.Manikya Kumari, M.Sc., Ph.D.

 
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