Mithibai College of Arts, Chauhan Institute of Science & Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics

(Empowered Autonomous) Affiliated to University of Mumbai

NAAC Reaccredited 'A' Grade, CGPA: 3.57 (February 2016)

Mithibai College of Arts, Chauhan Institute of Science & Amrutben
Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics

(Empowered Autonomous) Affiliated to University of Mumbai

NAAC Reaccredited 'A' Grade, CGPA: 3.57 (February 2016)

Science Postgraduate Programs

Course: Botany

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Course: General Chemistry

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Course: Analytical Chemistry

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Course: Statistics

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Course: Zoology

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Course: Physics

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Course: Biochemistry

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Course: Biotechnology

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Course: Microbiology

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Course: Chemistry

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Course: Computer Science

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Course: Mathematics

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Course: Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Commenced From AY 2023-24

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

On completion of M.Sc. in Botany the learners should be able to – 

PSO1: To have knowledge about the lower and higher levels of plants, its interactions in ecosystems and applications of various phytoconstituents as lifesaving drugs or nutraceuticals. 

PSO2: Develop understanding in the area of Molecular Biology, Genetics and plant breeding, plant systematics, Physiology and metabolism, Mangroves and Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 

PSO3: To be able to interpret and relate plant morphology and anatomy, identify plants and familiarize with vegetation analysis techniques. 

PSO4: Develop understanding of statistical tools and their application in biological sciences. 

PSO5: To train and handle the instruments/equipment’s 

PSO6: To develop better understanding of good laboratory practices and safety. 

PSO7: To develop research-oriented skills, analytical skills and problem-solving skills requiring application of biological principles. 

PSO8: Understand the impact of the plant diversity in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development. 

PSO9: Apply ethical principles and commit to environmental ethics, responsibilities and norms of the biodiversity conservation. 

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

On completion of the M.Sc.-Organic Chemistry the learners would be enriched with knowledge and be able to-

PSO1: Describe all fundamental aspects and applications of various analytical techniques/practices.

PSO2:  Utilize Deep knowledge of the topic which can develop the problem-solving skills using chemical principles.

PSO3: Execute analytical skills such as synthesizing, separating, characterizing chemical compounds and chemical reaction with the help of sophisticated instruments.

PSO4: Practice research skills through dissertation/Project work in different fields of chemistry such as organic, nanoscience, analytical, physical etc.

PSO5: Illustrate advanced level of knowledge in natural products as well as biological system from the chemistry point of view.

PSO6: Use ideas, and techniques of chemistry and other fields of science to acquire knowledge in the emerging areas of science.

PSO7: Evaluate the impact of chemistry on the environment, society and development outside the scientific.

PSO8: Plan the literature survey, designing synthetic methodologies and characterizing the ventured compounds.

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

On completion of the M.Sc.-Analytical Chemistry, the learners would be enriched with knowledge and be able to-

PSO1: Describe all fundamental aspects and applications of various analytical techniques/practices.

PSO2: Utilize Deep knowledge of the topic which can develop the problem-solving skills using chemical principles.

PSO3: Execute analytical skills such as synthesizing, separating, characterizing chemical compounds and chemical reaction with the help of sophisticated instruments.

PSO4: Practice research skills through dissertation/Project work in different fields of chemistry such as organic, nanoscience, analytical, physical etc.

PSO5: Illustrate advanced level of knowledge in natural products as well as biological system from the chemistry point of view.

PSO6: Use ideas, and techniques of chemistry and other fields of science to acquire knowledge in the emerging areas of science.

PSO7: Evaluate the impact of chemistry on the environment, society and development outside the scientific.

PSO8: Plan the literature survey, designing synthetic methodologies and characterizing the ventured compounds.

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

On completion of the M.Sc.-General Chemistry, the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to-

PSO1: Gain complete knowledge about all fundamental aspects of all the elements of different branches of chemistry.

PSO2: Develop analytical thinking and apply the same for the understanding of underlining principles, proposing mechanism, problem-solving, identification of chemical species, derivation process, conductometric and potentiometric analysis, and arriving at the logical conclusion.

PSO3: Understand the background of organic reaction mechanisms, complex chemical structure, and molecular rearrangements.

PSO4: Gain knowledge in classical laboratory techniques and be able to use modern sophisticated instrumentation, so that they can perform new experiments, obtain experimental data and its spectral interpretation through theoretical principles.

PSO5: Integrate knowledge learned in chemistry to various industry and pharmaceutical needs.

PSO6: Learn about the potential uses of medicinal chemistry and green chemistry.

PSO7: Create an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment, society, and development outside the scientific community.

PSO8: Develop research-oriented skills and inculcate the scientific temperament in the students.

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

On completion of the M.Sc. program, the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to-

PSO1: Demonstrate the ability to use skills in Statistics and different practicing areas for formulating and tackling Statistics related problems and identifying and applying appropriate principles and methodologies to solve a wide range of problems associated with Statistics.

PSO2: Develop the expertise to take up responsibilities as efficient Data scientists / Statisticians / Statistical Officers / Research Officers in, Government organizations Banking, Financial sectors / Statistical Analytics/ Teaching and research.

PSO3: Develop Awareness on recent developments in statistical theory and practice.

PSO4: Enable students to develop a positive attitude towards statistics as an interesting and valuable subject of study.

PSO5: Demonstrate professional behaviour such as 

(i) being objective, unbiased and truthful in all aspects of work and avoiding unethical, irrational behavior such as fabricating, falsifying or misrepresenting data or committing plagiarism; 

(ii) the ability to identify the potential ethical issues in work-related situations.

(iii)communication skills involving the ability to listen carefully, to read texts and reference material analytically and to present information in a concise manner to different groups/audiences of technical or popular nature;

(iv) analytical skills involving paying attention to detail and ability to construct logical arguments using correct technical language related to Statistics and ability to translate them with popular language when needed;

(v) ICT skills;

(vi) personal skills such as the ability to work both independently and in a group.

Eligibility

A learner for being eligible to apply for the admission to the M.Sc. degree course by papers must have passed the B.Sc. degree examination of this university or degree of any other university recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum 46 credits or its equivalent (i.e., the minimum credits required for majoring in a subject and excluding the credits of optional courses) of the subject which he or she wants to undertake for the M.Sc. degree course by papers.

Program Specific Outcomes

PSO1: On completion of the M.Sc.- Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to acquire information on the various aspects of Zoology including Developmental Biology, Evolution, Human Genetics, Animal Biotechnology in relation to human therapies. 

PSO2: On completion of the M.Sc. – Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to understand taxonomical aspects of invertebrates, minor phyla, protochordates and vertebrates.

PSO3: On completion of the M.Sc. – Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to grow interest in study of Human evolutionary history and Tree of life.

PSO4: On completion of the M.Sc. – Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to enhance skills for analytical techniques like microscopy, spectroscopy, chromatography and imaging techniques. 

PSO5: On completion of the M.Sc.- Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to develop research aptitude with experimental exposure to applications of model organisms to have in-depth understanding of avenues of developmental biology and Genetics with emphasis to generate interest towards research & development. 

PSO6: On completion of the M.Sc. – Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to develop research-based thinking and learning with remodeling of career in research fields with emphasis on application-based research.

PSO7: On completion of the M.Sc. – Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to identify various statistical tools for research in biosciences & have complete know how of its use with elaborate applications. 

PSO8: On completion of the M.Sc.- Zoology (Oceanography), the learners should be enriched with knowledge and be able to acquire information on various domains of oceanography including physical oceanography, Chemical oceanography, oceanic resources, biology of the ocean, fish & fisheries.