Today, I have tried compiling a few previous year papers for the students of Zoology (H) in the First year or (I&II) semesters.
The papers are in pdf formats and you can click on the links to view them.
The list is as follows:
B.SC. (HONS ) I ZOOLOGY PAPER II (DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY)
B.SC. (HONS) I ZOOLOGY PAPER I (ANIMAL DIVERSITY I) SUBSIDIARY FOR B.SC. HONS. I EXAM. ZOOLOGY -PAPER I (NON CHORDATA)
SUBSIDIARY FOR B.SC. HONS. I EXAM. ZOOLOGY -PAPER II DEVELOPMENT BIOLOGY & HISTOLOGY
SUBSIDIARY FOR B.SC. HONS. -I ZOOLOGY -PAPER I ANIMALS DIVERSITY – I (NON-CHORDATA)
B.SC.(H)ZOOLOGY I-ST SEM. PAPER II ZOHT-101 BIODIVERSITY I BIODIVERSITTY NON-CHORDATA
BSC (HONS) ZOOLOGY I BIODIVERSITY I NON CHORDATA
B.Sc (Hons.)MIcrobiology,Botny, Zoology , Bio-chemistry CHCT-301 Chemistry-I sem-I(5944)
B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Biodiversity – I (Non-Chordata) (ZOHT-101) SEM-I(6282)
B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Diversity and Evolution of Non-Chordata—I [DC-1.1] (Protista to Pseudocoelomates) SEM-I(7895)
B.Sc.(Hons) Zoology Perspective in Ecology [DC-1.2] SEM-I(7896)
B.SC. (HONS.) ZOOLOGY – II SEM. PAPER II ZOHT -202 BIODIVERSITY II (CHORDATA – I)
B.SC. (HONS.) ZOOLOGY – II SEM. PAPER II – ZOHT -203 BIODIVERSITY III – CHORDATA-II
b.sc (hons.) zoology diversity and evolution of non-chordata-ii sem -ii 2278
b.sc(hons) zoology biodiversity ii(chordata i(zoht 202) sem sem ii 986
b.sc(hons) zoology biodiversityii(chordata ii)[20ht 203]sem ii 987
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Being a DU student(Physics Hons.) myself, I can tell you the importance of studying the previous years papers is a lot.
Almost all the time it gives you an estimate and idea of the question formation and topic weightage.
Sometimes even the same questions are asked again, though not in consecutive papers.
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