Strict Standards: Declaration of MeriTaleemControllerprogram_detail::display() should be compatible with JController::display($cachable = false, $urlparams = false) in /home/meritale/public_html/components/com_meritaleem/controllers/program_detail.php on line 18

Notice: Undefined variable: limit in /home/meritale/public_html/components/com_meritaleem/models/program_detail.php on line 109

Notice: Undefined variable: limit in /home/meritale/public_html/components/com_meritaleem/models/program_detail.php on line 113

Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU)

Duration: Full Time, 4 Years
Degree Type: BS
Department: Undergraduate Studies
Campus: Multan

Admission Date

Sep-Oct

How To Apply

To apply, click on this link.

Tuition Fee

PKR 7,000/- per Semester

Recognition

The Botany curriculum provides a broad background in the biology of plants - from the molecular to the organismic level. Students who major in botany will take courses in ecology, genetics, physiology, taxonomy, anatomy, molecular biology of plants and biochemistry. Botany major provides a foundation on knowledge in the life sciences with emphasis on plant systems. You will learn the diversity of life, the structure of organisms and ecosystems and how they function (i.e., the acquisition, flow, organization and uses of information, energy and nutrients in living systems). You will also learn the scientific method and how it facilitates the discovery of new knowledge in botany and biology.

 

Degree requirements for this program are:

  • F.Sc Pre-Medical. Aggregate marks in F.A/F.Sc or Equivalent plus marks in concerned subject plus 20 Marks for Hifz- e-Quran.

Studying Botany can be useful if you want to work in a tropical forest or a farm. In order to search for new medicines or advance the frontiers in the study of cellular and molecular plant processes. If you want to understand ecological and global processes, botanical knowledge is critical. As the world's population is growing so is the need for more and better food supplies. In addition, air, soil and water pollution is increasing, and habitats are being lost, all of which is threatening life. The search for new drugs, medicines, and useful genes continues with exploration in the tropical rainforests of the world. Plant biologists more than ever are in demand to meet these challenges and help to solve these problems.