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Department of Botany
Department of Botany
  • Introduction
  • Career Options
  • Staff Members
  • Activities
  • Staff Achievements
  • Student achievements
  • Striking features
The Department was established in 1961. Botany was taught as a part of Biology upto   Jr . BSc . In 1979 Botany was started as a Degree course in Sr. BSc and then continued as 6 units in the Three year degree course.

The other courses include M.Sc by papers, M.Sc by research in Angiosperms and Ph. D. in Botany. Botany is about study of plants and their relationships with other plants and other sciences; Biodiversity, Medicinal Botany, Phytochemistry, Pharmacognosy, Biostatistics, Ecology, Instrumentation, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.

The Department takes a conscious effort to expand its teaching program bringing together novel developments in the field with traditional areas of Botany through field excursions and projects.  The students are coached and encouraged through remedial teaching and academic guidance.

Our mission is to strive for an excellent environment for learning and research in Botany / plant sciences and produce graduates and post graduates equipped with skills necessary to fulfill their role in contemporary society.

Our vision is to maintain our position as the premier department of higher learning and research in Botany / plant sciences and to further commit ourselves to academic excellence.
There are various opportunities for graduates and post graduates in Botany
Taxonomists in Oil exploration ,ONGC  with specialization in palynology, In Botanical Survey of India as Taxonomist, anatomist, Herbalists, Naturopathy Bioinformatics, In Forest department and Wildlife Sanctuaries as Forest Ranger, Conservator, DFO

Environmental biologists, environmental engineers, environmental modelers and environmental journalists. Environmental scientists are employed by mines, fertilizer plants, textile and dying industry, food processing units, etc. Industrial sector: Environmental scientists work towards maintaining an ecological balance, biodiversity and wasteland management, and the preservation of natural resources. Candidates aspiring to join an NGO generally need a B.Sc. or M.Sc. Environmental Botany

Forensic science is broadly grouped into three types: Medical, laboratory and field science.

Medical / Data medicine - is a broad medical subject which includes forensic pathology, psychiatry, psychology, forensic medicine and odontology (dentistry).
Laboratory sciences - include chemistry, biology, toxicology, ballistics, fingerprints, questioned documents and marks & impressions.

Field sciences - include crime scene investigation which incorporates areas such as fire and explosion scenes and clandestine drug laboratories.

Forensic linguists, Forensic engineer, Forensic artists, Forensic pathologists, Forensic anthropologists , Forensic psychiatrists and psychologists ,Forensic dentists , Clinical forensic medicines experts , Forensic entomologists , Forensic chemists.

Officers get monthly salary more than Rs 20, 000. The salary of Horticulturists and scientists varies between Rs 18, 000 and 25, 000.

The salary of horticulture professionals in private sector is more as compared to public sector. They get handsome salary apart from other benefits as fixed by the respective firm/company.

Molecular and Cell Biologists find employment opportunities in research labs established by Government of India or in the R&D departments of various private drug companies. They can work on developing therapeutic drugs to working on stem cell research and in many other areas within the medical development field.The salary of Molecular Biologists is satisfying both in government and private sectors. However, private companies working on research and development (R&D) for drug development offer more salaries and benefits to the professionals. The average monthly salary varies between Rs 15, 000- Rs 30, 000.
  • 1Dr. Sashirekha
    Suresh Kumar
    Associate Professor,
    Head, Member of Senate
  • 2Dr. Meenakshi VaidyaAssociate Professor
  • Dr.Shailaja NairDr.Shailaja NairAssociate Professor
  • Dr. Ulka ChodankarDr. Ulka ChodankarAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Bindu GopalkrishnanDr. Bindu GopalkrishnanAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Yojana G. DesaiDr. Vaishnavi MoreAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Udaysinh Prataprao BhosaleDr. Udaysinh Prataprao
    Bhosale
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Ms.) Manisha ChotraniDr. Manisha ChotraniAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Meeta MathurDr. Meeta MathurAssistant Professor
  • 1Dr. Sashirekha
    Suresh Kumar
    Associate Professor,
    Head, Member of Senate
  • 2Dr. Meenakshi VaidyaAssociate Professor
  • Dr.Shailaja NairDr.Shailaja NairAssociate Professor
  • Dr. Ulka ChodankarDr. Ulka ChodankarAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Bindu GopalkrishnanDr. Bindu GopalkrishnanAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Yojana G. DesaiDr. Vaishnavi MoreAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Udaysinh Prataprao BhosaleDr. Udaysinh Prataprao
    Bhosale
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Ms.) Manisha ChotraniDr. Manisha ChotraniAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Meeta MathurDr. Meeta MathurAssistant Professor
Invited Talks
  • “Vertical farming - rising high for greener tomorrow” by Dr. Jessy Pius, Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Ruia College,   on 8th September 2017
  • “Environmental Challenges in Mumbai” by Mr. Stalin, Director, Projects, NGO Vanashakti, 8th September 2017
  • “Enterprising Botany”, Mr. Sushil Shinde, Department of Botany, Thakur College, 8th September 2017
  • One day workshop on “Revised syllabus on M.Sc. II Botany in Angiosperms on 29th June 2017 in Mithibai College in collaboration with University of Mumbai, Ad-Hoc Board Botany.
  • One day workshop on “Revised syllabus of M.Sc. II Botany paper 1 and II on 12th September 2017 in Mithibai College in collaboration with University of Mumbai, Ad-Hoc Board Botany
  • As a part of DBT star activity SYBSc students visited the Plant tissue culture laboratory of D. Y. Patil School of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics on 11th Jan 2018. 
  • As a part of DBT STAR  activities , Skill based permanent slide preparation using Microtome was started on 21st Feb 2018 for the TYBSc students. It involves the making of wax blocks of plant materials and taking ultrathin sections using microtome.

Dr.(Ms.) Sashirekha Sureshkumar

  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar, syllabus committee member for revised syllabus MSc part II Mycology Paper III and IV (2017-18)
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar is appointed to the Executive Council member, National body of Mycological Society of India (2017 – 19)
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar, Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya, as SYBSc CBCGS syllabus committee members for Paper III and paper II respectively, conducted discussions on the new syllabus at Jai Hind college on 13th June 2017
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar was selected as an official Bombay University and College Teachers Union (BUCTU) delegate for the All India Federation of University and College Teachers Organisation, AIFUCTO XXIX Statutory Conference 2017 scheduled on 18th to 20th dec 2017 at Shirdi. The theme was “Reforms in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities”.
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar  Re elected as President Mycological Society of India Mumbai unit for 2018 – 20.
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar Presented two papers at the National Conference on Emerging trends in Mycotechnology, organized by GM Momin college Bhiwandi in collaboration with Mycological Society of India Mumbai unit on 5th and 6th January 2018 Bioleaching of toxic elements by Paecilomyces lilacinus Study of phylloplane fungi isolated from Lagerstroemia speciosa and their biochemical screening for alkaloid production
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar Chaired a technical session at the National Conference on Emerging trends in Mycotechnology, organized by GM Momin college Bhiwandi in collaboration with Mycological Society of India Mumbai unit on 5th and 6th January 2018
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar Published Two research papers Asra Usmani and Sashirekha S. (2018), Bioleaching of toxic elements by Paecilomyces lilacinus, Int. J. of Life Sciences, Special issue A9: 69-73 ISSN: 2320-7817, SJIF Impact factor 4.23
  • Ansari Rahat Ubaid and Kumar Sashirekha Suresh (2018) Study of phylloplane fungi isolated from Lagerstroemia speciose and their biochemical screening for alkaloid production, Int. J. of Life Sciences, Special issue A9: 62-68. ISSN: 2320-7817, SJIF Impact factor 4.23
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar was invited as Subject expert for selection of Ph.D candidates in Sonopant Dhandekar  College, Palghar on  9th Jan 2017
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar was invited as Subject expert on Selection Committee for placement of teachers under CAS in Guru Nanak Khalsa  College on 16th Jan 2018
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar and Ansari Rahat presented a paper titled “Diversity of phylloplane fungi on  Markhamia lutea” at the one day National Conference on Advances in Biological Sciences organized by the department of Botany, Rizvi college and Ad-hoc board of studies in Botany, on 3rd feb 2018
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar participated  as Coordinator in the  National Seminar on Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP): A Living Treasure amidst Concrete jungle & Sustainable Urban forest Management organized by St. Xavier’s College and the National Society of the Friends of the Trees, on 8th  feb 2018
  • Dr. Sashirekha Suresh Kumar appointed as the Syllabus committee member for MSc part I syllabus 2018-19

Dr. (Ms.) Meenakshi Vaidya


  • Dr. Meenaskhi Vaidya: Chaired a technical session at XXXX All India Conference of The Indian Botanical Society & National Symposium on Evaluation and Conservation of Plant Germplasm organized by Department on Botany, Panjabi University, Patiala, from 15th to 17th September 2017.
  • Dr. Meenaskhi Vaidya: Resource person for Revised Syllabus paper I of M.Sc at Mithibai College on 12th September 2017.
  • Dr. Meenaskhi Vaidya: Resource person for Fruit & Vegetable carving workshop at N. B. Mehta Science College, Bordi on 23rd August 2017.
  • Dr. Meenaskhi Vaidya: : Resource person for Fruit & Vegetable carving workshop at Rizvi College College, Thane on 1st August 2017
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya’s Ph. D. students Ms. Deepa Verma and Ms. Haroop Patial successfully completed their research viva in Dec 2017.
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya’s Ph. D. students Ms. Deepa Verma and Ms. Haroop Patial successfully completed their research viva in Dec 2017. Ms. Siddhi Thakur completed in Jan 2018
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya and Chiranjeev Roy presented a paper titled “Anatomical and pharmacognostic studies of Punica gratum” at the one day National Conference on Advances in Biological Sciences organized by the department of Botany, Rizvi college and Ad-hoc board of studies in Botany, on 3rd feb 2018
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya and Deep Verma presented a paper titled Comparitive investigation of ameliorative effect of Carica papaya Linn. Leaf extracts on Adriamycin induced cardio toxicity in development chick embryo”, at the one day National Conference on Advances in Biological Sciences organized by the department of Botany, Rizvi college and Ad-hoc board of studies in Botany, on 3rd feb 2018
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya and Sheeza Charania  presented a paper titled “Pharmacognistic studies of Costus speciosus (J. Koenig) Sm., at the one day National Conference on Advances in Biological Sciences organized by the department of Botany, Rizvi college and Ad-hoc board of studies in Botany, on 3rd feb 2018
  • Dr. Meenakshi Vaidya  appointed as the Syllabus committee member for MSc part I syllabus 2018-19

Dr. (Ms.) Shailaja P Nair

  • Dr.  Shailaja Nair, Member of selection committee for interviewing Assistant professors for Jawahar college, Palghar held on 15th July 2017 at G.E society’s R.M.Bhatt High school, Acharya Donde Vidyanagar, Parel, Mumbai-12.
  • Dr. Shailaja Nair participated in Workshop on Nano and Biotechnology :Innovation and Revolution on 6 & 7 May 2018 in Ruia college.

Dr. (Ms.) Ulka Chodankar

  • Dr. Ulka Chodankar attended a Short term course on Research Methodology in Sciences from 20th  to 25th Nov 2017 , UGC and Academic Staff college, conducted in R. Jhunjhunwala college

Dr. (Ms.) Bindu Goplakrishnan

  • Dr. Bindu Gopalakrishnan completed the Refresher course in Biological sciences from 23rd Oct to 11th Nov 2017 organized in Vaze College
  • Dr. Bindu G.: Invited as a Judge in the preliminary round of XXIII Dr. D.V. Amonkar Memorial Elocution Competition held on 29th July 2017 at R.J. College.
  • Dr. Bindu G.: Resource person for M.Sc II syllabus, with University of Mumbai, Ad-Hoc Board Botany.
  • Dr. Bindu G: Co-authored books of SYBSc Botany new syllabus 2017
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalkrishnan: Authored chapter 9.  “Documentation and Exchange of Ethnobotanical Knowledge”  C. L. Ringmichon and Bindu Gopalkrishnan, in the Book Ethnobotany of India: Volume 3: North-East India and Andaman and Nicobar Islands; edited by T. Pullaiah, K. V. Krishnamurthy and Bir Bahadur. Apple Academic Press; Hard ISBN: 9781771884778; E-Book ISBN: 9781771884785
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalkrishnan and Sonali Maniar, Kshiteej Patel, Dhruvi Mehta presented a paper titled-“Analysis of marketed samples of turmeric powder by TLC” at the one day National Conference on Advances in Biological Sciences organized by the department of Botany, Rizvi college and Ad-hoc board of studies in Botany, on 3rd feb 2018
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalkrishnan participated  in the  National Seminar on Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP): A Living Treasure amidst Concrete jungle & Sustainable Urban forest Management organized by St. Xavier’s College and the National Society of the Friends of the Trees, on 8th  feb 2018
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalkrishnan attended RUSA One day Orientation Workshop on Promotion of Research & Innovation in Science on February 23, 2018 at Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur.  
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalkrishnan participated  in the  one day lecture series on molecular systematics; the APG-III system of classification of flowering plants  organized by St. Xavier’s College, on 28th  Feb. 2018
  • Dr. Bindu Gopalakrishnan appointed as the Syllabus committee member for MSc part I syllabus 2018-19

Dr.(Ms.) Vaishnavi More

  • Dr. Vaishnavi More completed the Refresher course in Biological sciences from 23rd Oct to 11th Nov 2017 organized in Vaze College
  • Dr. Vaishnavi More  participated in workshop on MSc revised syllabus on Environmental Botany at Patkar College on 29th June 2017.

Dr. Udaysinh P. Bhosale

  • Dr. Udaysinh Bhosale attended Orientation Programme of UGC HRDC at University  of Mumbai from 1st February, 2018 to 28th February, 2018

Dr. (Ms.) Manisha Chotrani

  • Dr. Manisha Chotrani orally presented paper titled “Impact of mood on food choices made: Findings from deliberations with students at the National Conference on Food, Nutrition & Healthcare on 10th Feb, 2018 organized by at Thakur College of Science & Commerce in collaboration with Department of Biotechnology, Univ. of Mumbai

Dr. (Ms.) Meeta Mathur

  • Dr. Meeta Mathur orally presented paper titled “Effect of fungal elicitation on growth and metabolite production in callus of few medicinal plants“at National Conference on Emerging Trends in Mycotechnology (NCETM-2018), G.M.Momin Women’s College Bhiwandi, Thane on 5th & 6th January, 2018
  • Dr. M. Mathur, G. Mathur & Dr. Meeta Mathur (2017) Assessment of carbon monoxide traffic signal, toll plazas and main road side built houses and impact of its chronic exposure on public health. Int. Journal of Advance research Ideas in Technology ISSN:2454:132
  • Mathur Meeta (2018) authored a Chapter. Bioactive molecules of Spirulina: A food supplement, Reference series in Phytochemistry: Bioactive Molecules in Food, EDs. Jean-Michel Merillon, K.G.Ramawat, Springer 1-22. ISBN 97833195288

  • 40 students of BSc and MSc Botany of Mithibai College have enrolled themselves as Interns of Ek Prithvi Project organised by WWF-India for Nature conservation. WWF-India, an independent national organization of the global WWF network, is one of the country’s leading conservation organizations. As an effort towards preserving biodiversity and reducing our ecological footprint to build a planet where humans and nature coexist in harmony, the WWF-India Maharashtra State Office (MSO) is engaged in a number of conservation and sustainability projects within Maharashtra. It is a yearlong project.
  • Our students are allotted duties to teach students from grades 6-9 Environmental education in BMC schools once a week during regular class hours. They take the sessions in the schools after their regular college hours. The program started from 1st July 2017. This activity will not only enable the students to learn to respect biodiversity and preserve but also to develop their personality with the teaching experience.
  • Shreya Yadav and Nisha Suryawanshi won third prize for bottle garden at Bioart organized by Botany and Zoology departments of Rizvi College on 10th Aug 2017
  • Megha Gandhi of TYBSc Botany won the third prize for Biojewellery at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Rachel Corrica and Tanve Ulkande won the second prize for Fruit carving at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Alveena Siddiqui won third prize for Fruit carving at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Kashmira Vayeda and Tejashree Panchal won first prize for the Biorangoli at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Sabiya Sarvaiya and Sadiqa Shaik won second prize for Biorangoli at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Shreya Yadav and Nisha Suryawanshi won second prize for bottle garden at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Dhaval Waghela and Nikita Mishra  won Third prize for bottle garden at the annual event SAPTAPARNI, Intercollegiate competitions of Biorangoli, Biojewellery, Fruit carving, Bottle garden and vegetable printing on 7th September 2017.
  • Priya Patel and Shrushti Kunani of SYBSc Botany won the first prize for oral presentation on “Growing of Amaranth by Hydrophonics” at the Intercollegiate competitions on the theme “Environmental pollution mitigation involving Recycling Reducing and Reuse International Ozone” on 13th Sept 2017 International Day for Prevention of Ozone layer at R. D.& S. H. National College
  • Triloki Zaveri and Sonali Sangoi of TYBSc  Botany won the first prize for Poster presentation on “Conversion of  laboratory waste to compost” at the Intercollegiate competitions on the theme “Environmental pollution mitigation involving Recycling Reducing and Reuse Internalonal Ozone” on 13th Sept 2017 International Day for Prevention of Ozone layer at R. D.& S. H. National College
  • Farhan Suraliwala and Akshata Divekar of TYBSc  Botany won the second prize for Poster presentation and third prize for oral presentation on “Conversion of Tagetes erecta ,a temple waste to organic manure” at the Intercollegiate competitions on the theme “Environmental pollution mitigation involving Recycling Reducing and Reuse Internalonal Ozone” on 13th Sept 2017 International Day for Prevention of Ozone layer at R. D.& S. H. National College
  • Barkat Dhannai of T.Y.B.Sc. has been invited as a resource person for conduction lecture cum hand on training in VERMICOMPOST for SYBSc. Zoology Students by Department of Zoology, Royal College, Mira Road.
  • Mr. Chiranjeev Roy M.Sc.- II, 11/12/2017  Published an article on ‘Nyctanthes arbor-tristis”in Vanashobha Journal and won 2ND Prize
  • Mr. Dhaval Waghela  S.Y.B.Sc, 18/12/2017 won 1st prize Intercollegiate competition in Floral Rangoli held at R.J. College.
  • Ms. Munira N Patel  T.Y. B.Sc., 18/12/2017  won 2nd  Prize Intercollegiate competition in Floral Rangoli held at R.J. College.
  • Mr. Chiranjeev Roy  M.Sc.- II, 2017,Published Research paper “Quality standards of Flowers of Nyctanthes arbour-tristis Linn.,” International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research, 9(10); 1314-1317, 2017. ISSN: 0975-4873  IF-1.84
  • Ms. Shrushti Kunani and Ms. Priya Patel of SYBSc Presented and published research papers on “ Growing of Amaranth by Hydroponics Technique” in Multidisciplinary international conference on green earth: panoramic view organized by Department of Botany , Bandodkar College on 12 & 13 January 2018  ISBN: 978-81-923628-5-4 
  • Ms. Sonali Sangoi and  Ms. Triloki Zaveri of TYBSc Presented and published research papers on “ Recycling of botany laboratory waste materials into compost” in Multidisciplinary international conference on green earth: panoramic view organized by Department of Botany , Bandodkar College on 12 & 13 January 2018  ISBN: 978-81-923628-5-4 
  • Mr. Farhan Suraliwala and  Ms. Akshata Divekar of TYBSc won 1st prize for PPT competition on the topic “Endangered plants and animals” organized by Bioscience Department, held at Royal College, Mira Road 20th Jan 2018.
  • Ms. Shikha Agarwal and Ms. Afreen Hafiz of TYBSc won 1st prize for Terrarium/ Bottle garden competition organized by Bioscience Department, held at Royal College, Mira Road on 20th Jan 2018.
  • Mr. Durgesh Patil of TYBSc  won 1st prize for Snap me pretty in the event Folium conducted by Botany department of Somaiya College on 13th Jan 2018.
  • Ms. Shikha Agarwal of TYBSc won 1st prize for  Fruit and vegetable carving competition organized by Friends of Tree at Ruparel College on 3-4th  Febuary 2018.
  • Ms. Afreen Hafiz of TYBSc won 2nd  prize for  Fruit and vegetable carving competitionorganized by Friends of Tree at Ruparel College on 3-4th  Febuary 2018.
  • Mr. Dhaval Waghela and Ms. Nikita Mishra  of SYBSc won 1st prize for Tray garden competition in the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra 12th February 2018
  • Ms. Shreya Yadav and Ms. Nisha Suryawanshi of SYBSc won 2nd  prize for Tray garden competition in the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra 12th February 2018
  • Ms. Shreya Yadav, Mr. Dhaval Waghela and Ms. Nisha Suryawanshi of SYBSc won 2nd  prize for Biorangoli competition in the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra.12th February 2018
  • Ms. Shikha Agarwal  won 2nd prize for new recipe in “Nutrizing” competition in the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra on 12th feb 018.
  • Ms. Santhoshi Kadu and Mr. Durgesh Patil won 1st  prize for Biorangoli competition in the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra.12th February 2018.
  • Mithibai team won the Overall trophy for winning maximum number of prizes at the event - Prakruti, conducted by Department of Botany, R,D. National College, Bandra.12th February 2018.
  • Ms. Dhruvi Metha, Ms. Sonali ManiarMr. Kshiteej PatelMs. Daya G. Gohil of SYBSC Botany Presented Research paper on “Analysis of Marketed Samples of Turmeric powder by TLC” in the event- Jigyaasa -2018 at K.C. College  on 17th feb 2018 and won 2nd prize.
  • State of the Art Laboratories and Class Rooms.
  • Practical learning.
  • Student Friendly Surrounding.
  • Museum of Plant Specimen.
  • Instruments and Equipments. 
  • Performance Improvement Program (PIP). 
  • Extra Coaching for students. 
  • Excellent Departmental Library with updated volumes. 
  • Consistent Academic Performance. 
  • Very supportive Alumni. 
  • Inculcating Social sensitivity among students. 
  • Botanical tours and Research Institute Visits. 
  • Projects.
  • Excellent Faculty.
  • Good Lab Support Staff.
  • Regularity in attendance, class participation. 
  • Parents Meet.