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Academic Form-10
PROGRAMME OF STUDY
(Academic Regulation No.7.4)

CSK HIMACHAL PRADESH KRISHI VISHVAVIDYALAYA PALAMPUR
1
Name of the Student
Pooja Devi
2
Date of Birth
8.8.1989
3
M.Sc./M.V.Sc./Ph.D.
M.Sc.
4
Admission no.
Fresh
5
Date of Entry
24.07.2013
6
Department
Biology and Environmental Sciences
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Major Field
Environmental Sciences
8
Minor Field(s)
i) Biochemistry

9.Academic qualifications prior to joining the University
Degree / Diploma
Year of Passing
Aggregate Percentage of marks or OGPA
Major Subjects/
Elective, if any
Institution / University
10th
March 2005
68.85%
Eng,Math,Hindi
S.St,Sci,Skt,Art
H.P.Board
+2
March 2007
51.20%
Eng,Bio,Phy,
Chem,P.Ed
H.P Board
B.Sc.Agri. / B.V.Sc. / B.Sc.
March 2010
54.35%
Chem,Bot,Zoo
H.P.U.
Shimla
M.Sc. (Agri.) / M.V.Sc. / M.Sc.
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Attach copies of the Certificates and detailed Marks/Transcript (in duplicate) of all the examinations passed.
Contd. 2

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10. Proposed Research Problem:
a) Title of Thesis : “Seasonal Variations in Physico-Chemical Regime of Pond Ecosystem”

b) Brief Outline of Work: Ecosystem is a basic structural and functional unit composed of biotic and abiotic components interrelating and interacting upon each other with unidirectional flow of energy in a particular unit of space. A pond is a self sufficient and self regulating ecosystem. Physico chemical regime includes physical and chemical characteristics. It is closely related to hydrobiology, which is concerned with the application of principles and methods of Physics, Chemistry, Geography and Biology to ecological problems. The seasonal variations in physico -chemical regime of pond ecosystem reflects the water quality and determines the presence and abundance of biota in the system.
Thus, in the present study an attempt

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