Available courses

Course image FIELD ECOLOGY
PG Courses

Ecology is the study of organisms and how they interact with the environment around them. An ecologist studies the relationship between living things and their habitats.

Course image FISHERY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
PG Courses

multidisciplinary science, which draws on the disciplines of limnology, oceanography, freshwater biology, marine biology, meteorology, conservation, ecology, population dynamics, economics, statistics, decision analysis, management, and many others in an attempt to provide an integrated picture of fisheries

Course image BIOSTATISTICS & RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
PG Courses

Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that focuses on the application of statistical methods to biological and health-related data. It involves the design, analysis, and interpretation of data from various biological, medical, and public health studies. Biostatistics plays a crucial role in understanding patterns and relationships within biological and health-related data, making informed decisions, and drawing meaningful conclusions from scientific research.

 

Research methodology refers to the systematic process of planning, designing, conducting, and analyzing a research study. It encompasses the strategies, techniques, and procedures used to gather and interpret data, answer research questions, and test hypotheses. Research methodology is a crucial aspect of any scientific investigation, guiding researchers through the various stages of the research process. Here are the key components of research methodology

Course image Cost Accounting II
UG Course

Course Outcome

                         Cost Accounting II

SEMESTER VI

After successful completion of the course, Cost Accounting 2, the student will be able to;

 

Course code and Course Title

Course Outcome Number

Couse Outcome

 

 

CO6CRT17-

Cost Accounting - 2

CO 1

Understand the basic concepts, tools and principles of cost accounting methods and techniques.

CO 2

Apply the concepts and tools of cost accounting methods for determination of cost and price of products /services

CO 3

Carry out the principles and procedures for recording in cost books in industries following specific order, operating and process costing methods.

CO 4

Apply the concepts of cost accounting techniques like marginal costing and budgetary control.

 

CO 5

Carry out the cost accounting techniques for decision making in business.

Course image Goods and Services Tax
UG Course

Goods and Services Tax is an optional core paper for B.Com Semester 3 students of M G University. 

 

Objective of the Course: To give the students a general understanding of the GST law in the country and provide an insight into practical aspects of GST and equip them to become tax practitioners.

Course image Environmental Biology and Human Rights
UG Course

Environmental biology, also known as ecology, is the scientific study of the relationships between living organisms and their interactions with their natural surroundings. It encompasses a wide range of topics related to the environment, ecosystems, biodiversity, and the impact of human activities on the natural world. Environmental biology plays a crucial role in understanding and addressing pressing environmental issues and promoting sustainable practices

 

Human rights are fundamental rights and freedoms that every individual is entitled to simply by virtue of being human. These rights are inherent, universal, and inalienable, meaning they cannot be taken away or given up. Human rights encompass a wide range of principles and protections that are essential for the dignity, well-being, and equality of all people, regardless of their nationality, race, gender, religion, or other characteristics.

Course image Animal Diversity : Chordata
UG Course

Chordata is a phylum within the animal kingdom that includes a diverse group of organisms characterized by the presence of a notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, and a post-anal tail at some point in their life cycle. Chordates encompass a wide range of animals, from simple marine organisms to complex vertebrates

Course image Genetics
UG Course

Genetics is the scientific study of genes, heredity, and variation in living organisms. It involves understanding how traits are passed from one generation to the next and how they contribute to the diversity of species. Genes are segments of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) that contain the instructions for building and maintaining an organism. DNA serves as the genetic blueprint for an individual, determining characteristics such as appearance, behavior, and susceptibility to certain diseases.

Course image Cost Accounting 1
UG Course

Familiarise the cost concept  and learn the fundamentals of cost accounting as a separate system of accounting for the computation of cost price of product and services.

Name of Teacher:-  Dr. Mini Joseph

 

 

 

 

 

Course image THEORETICAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
UG Course

2 SEM COURSE and this include

Atomic structure

Chemical bonding-I

Chemical bonding-II

Chemistry of s and p block elements

Chemistry of d and f block elements

Course image GENERAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
UG Course

1 SEM COURSE and this include

Methodology of chemistry

Periodic table and periodic properties

Analytical methods in chemistry

Chromatographic methods

Evaluation of analytical data

Course image ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-1
UG Course

3rd Sem Course and include

Classification and IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds

Organic reaction mechanism-1

Stereochemistry-1

Stereochemistry-II

Alkanes

Alkenes

Alkynes

Alkyl halides

Organometallic compounds of magnesium

Aromaticity and Benzene

Napthalene and Anthracene

Aryl halides

Pericyclic reactions

Course image Chemistry in everyday life
UG Course

This is an open course and include

Food additives

Soaps

Synthetic detergents

Cosmetics

Plastics, Paper and Dyes

Drugs

Chemistry and Agriculture

nanomaterials

Course image PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-1
UG Course

This include

Gaseous state

Liquid state

Solid state

Surface chemistry and Colloidal state

 

Course image ENVIRONMENT ECOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
UG Course

This include

Introduction to environmental studies:Natural resources

Environmental pollusion and social issues

Population and Environmental issues

Ecological Chemistry

Human Rights

Course image PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-II
UG Course

This include

Quantum mechanics

Molecular spectroscopy-I

Molecular spectroscopy-II

Course image ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-III
UG Course

This include

Nitrogen containing compounds

heterocyclic compounds

Active methylene compounds

Carbohydrates

Drugs

Dyes

Polymers

Course image Roots of the Modern World
Complimentary

Module 1 Decline of Feudalism

Theories on Afro- Asian Social Formations : Asiatic Mode of Production, Prebendalism, Tributary State, Segmentary State, Manchu Dynasty in China, Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan, Mughal Dynasty in India.

Module 2 : Rise of Modern Age

Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Commercial Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Agriculture Revolution, Protestant Ethics.

 

Course image BASIC ANALYTICAL AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY
Complimentary

1 SEM complementary course and include

Atomic structure and chemical bonding

Fundamental concepts in chemistry

Basic principles of analytical chemistry

Chromatographic techniques