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Zoology is a branch of biology which deals with the scientific study of animals, its habitation, its structure, its classifications, its environment, its physiology and its development. Zoology encompasses a fascinating and important body of knowledge that enables us to better understand animals, wildlife and environment.

Zoology Sub divided into

1. Ornithology which deals with the study of birds

2. Primatology which deals with the study of primates

3. Ichthyology which deals with the study of fish

4. Entomology which deals with the study of insects


Graduates who are specialized in this field are known as zoologists. Zoologists study the behavior, physiology, classification and distribution of animals and are also involved in conservation, protecting endangered animals and their habitats.


Specialty areas of Zoology

1. Arachnology

2. Entomology

3. Cetology

4. Anthropology

5. Conchology

6. Ethology

7. Helminthology

8. Mammalogy

9. Ornithology

 

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student should pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with Biology, Chemistry and     Physics subjects to get Admission into bachelor’s degree.

2. B.Sc. in Zoology

3. M.Sc. in Zoology

4. Ph.D. in Zoology

 

Employment

Graduates of zoology are employed in government agencies, non-profit organizations research laboratory, pharmaceutical Companies, veterinary hospitals, national parks, zoos, laboratories, animal clinics, aquaculture, and museums. Graduates work as an Animal Behaviorist, Animal Trainer, Animal Caretaker, Animal rehabilitator, Conservationist, Forensic Expert, Lab Technician, Researcher, Wildlife Biologist, and Veterinarian. Graduates are involved in studying specimens, fundraising, writing reports and scientific articles, identifying and classifying animals, estimating wildlife populations and much more.

 
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