This module will cover topics related to Descriptive (measure of central tendency and measure of dispersion) and inferential (confidence interval and Hypothesis Testing) statistical analysis methods with commonly used type of Epidemiological Research Designs .The main aim of the course is to introduce and able students to apply different methods of statistical data analysis and different Epidemiological study designs on health  and biological related research.

This module considers those aspects of Biological Science  which have more immediate relevance for the biology of the human species and the influence of humankind on the biological world. The study of human biology provides general and vocational education through the acquisition of relevant biological knowledge and skills and provides a general basis for further studies or employment in areas related to Biology. It also contributes to the development of the more general attitudes and abilities related to the process of science. Topics give emphasis to important, developing areas of human biology including molecular biology, genetics, immunology, control mechanisms, human behavior and the impact of an increasing population on the environment. Health issues are highlighted where appropriate throughout the course, with emphasis on the health of human populations rather than on aspects of personal health.

The module aims at introducing students to systematic through defining animals ans plant as particular kingdoms of the living things. Principles of taxonomy and classifications show evolutionary divergence among animals and plants. Though increasing complex structure and organization most important phyla are introduced from very primitive to most complex as human.

Major Phyla and their characteristics help students to distinguish taxa up to classes

Evolutionary affiliations among the various phyla of the animal and plant kingdoms are highlighted though main features of each phylum and lower taxa used for establishing an evolutionary tree

—This module aims to introduce students to the science underpinning current captive management techniques used to house and care for wildlife in zoos and sanctuaries.
—Students will gain insight into current methods in captive animal maintenance, exploring physiology, nutrition, behavior and welfare of a wide range of captive wild animal species.
—The module analyzes zoos/sanctuaries and public education, the role of zoos and sanctuaries in wildlife research. 
—This module challenges future professionals in zoos and sanctuaries to anticipate the numerous disciplines and factors involved in managing such institutions.

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