The Department of Zoology includes 8 faculty members and approximately 50 active graduate students. Faculty members have expertise in the areas of ecology, entomology cell and molecular biology, genetics, Biotechnology, invertebrates, endocrinology, animal behavior, fisheries biology, wildlife biology, evolutionary biology, developmental biology, population biology and Nano-biotechnology. The Department faculties are involved with various academic and research programs in entomological systematics, ethology and pest control and nano-biotechnology for cancer and Diabetes.