IGNOU BSc Life Sciences Syllabus

IGNOU BSc Life Sciences Syllabus – Candidates can find latest session Syllabus Structure for BSc Life Sciences Programme from here. IGNOU New BSc Life Sciences Syllabus is available with credit system in which each of the courses is given appropriate credit. IGNOU has implemented credit system in BSc Life Sciences courses which is useful for course selection at the time of taking admission and for re registration.

BSc Life Sciences Candidates have to choose their required credit courses at every semester or at every year to complete their Bachelor in Science in Life Sciences Programme. There are many courses available for BSc Life Sciences course selection in which some of as a compulsory course and some of as an optional course.

BSc Life Sciences Current Syllabus:

Course Code Course Name Credits
LSE-01 Cell Biology 4
LSE-02 Ecology 4
LSE-03 Genetics 4
LSE-04L Laboratory Course-I 4
LSE-05 Physiology 4
LSE-06 Developmental Biology 4
LSE-07 Taxonomy and Evolution 4
LSE-08L Laboratory Course-II 4
LSE-09 Animal Diversity-I 6
LSE-10 Animal Diversity-II To be taken together 6
LSE-11L Animal Diversity Laboratory 4
LSE-12 Plant Diversity-I 6
LSE-13 Plant Diversity-II To be taken together 6
LSE-14L Plant Diversity Laboratory 4

Important Note:

  • LSE 9,10,11L To be taken together and LSE 12,13, 14L To be taken together
  • If you opt for LSE9, LSE10 and LSE11L, you cannot opt for LSE12, LSE13 and LSE14L, and vice-versa.
  • For BSc Major or Honours Degree in Life Sciences, candidates must choose total 48 credit worth courses within 3 year duration (16 credits each year).

IGNOU University is working regular to revise its Syllabus of IGNOU BSc Life Sciences on the basis of future scope and removes its old syllabus. IGNOU may change or update BSc Life Sciences Syllabus at any time they need so we work to provide latest syllabus structure to our BSc Life Sciences candidates for their study.

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