Master of Science @ Vidyasagar University
I am crazy about my subject, biology, and my students also love biology too much like me. Together we tried our best see dreams in biology, live in virtual adventurous world of biology, and create and innovate various projects. I believe young scientists are hidden in every child/students, we need to nurture that with passion. I love to read books, love to watch national geographic and animal planet, love to watch movies also. I love music but do not have any proper training, so I enjoyed with students playing various music when get time. My favorite writer is J K Rowling and my favorite actor is Bradley Cooper and D Johnson.
Cell Biology , Living World , World Of Living, Taxonomy, Plant Physiology, Human Physiology , Genetics , Evolution, Ecology, Life Sciences, Basics of Ecology , Basics of Genetics , Basics of Cell Biology, Basics of Human Physiology, Animalia
More than 12 years of of experience working as a lecturer in various leading institutions teaching Biology especially zoology for CBSE, NEET, PU1 and PU2 students as well as working as a corporate trainer in the field of healthcare giving training mostly on physiology, biochemistry, anatomy as well as worked as a healthcare documentation quality analyst in for some time. Five plus years sole experience in NEET and other competitive examinations in different leading institutes. Associated with online mode of teaching from last 4 years. Presently working as a mentor in biology as well as head of department in an international institute India, multiple times worked as an external examiner as well as controller of examinations for national board. Continuously engaged with scientific blog writing, article writing in different magazines, and organized and participated in various national and international level seminars and projects with my students.
everything happening around us if we look with a scientific mindset, things will be more and more interesting. We need to know the basic of science, basic physics, chemistry and biology of an incident or of a response to environment.
Study of living world, study of plants, animals, their interactions to environment and among each other, Genetics and microbiology are also interesting subjects.
Body systems are groups of organs and tissues that work together to perform important functions in the body. Some tissues are part of more than one system.
there are amazing facts about living world and biology.... The fingerprints of a koala are so indistinguishable from humans that they have on occasion been confused at a crime scene. ... The heart of a shrimp is located in its head. ... A snail can sleep for three years. ... Slugs have four noses. ... Elephants are the only animal that can't jump. ... A rhinoceros' horn is made of hair... In sea horses, male gives birth to a new one....
Fungi are more closely related to animals than they are to plants as they both belong to the Opisthokonta taxonomic supergroup. In contrast to plants, fungi do not have chlorophyll, lack leaves and roots, and never form flowers, fruits, or seeds.
Our mother earth is weeping, crying, destroying gradually, we need to save her, or else we are not going to survive. By keeping the facts about natural selection in mind we need to stop deforestation and major atmospheric and environmental pollution with immediate effect.
Cells are the building blocks of life and living body. How cells interact and organize themselves to form tissue and thus organs and systems is very interesting. Cell biology also deals with various cellular interactions and diseases involving cellular origin, like cancer etc.
Biology is the science of life forms and living processes. The living world comprises an amazing diversity of living organisms. When we try to define living, we conventionally look for distinctive characteristics exhibited by living organisms. Growth, reproduction, ability to sense environment and mount a suitable response come to our mind immediately as unique features of living organisms.
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