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Why do we study Biology?

If you’re still on the fence about whether Biology is the subject that can bring enjoyment to your life, while putting you on a path to fantastic career prospects and giving you the knowledge for life, check out our great reasons to study Biology.

  • Hands-on learning.
  • Discover the latest research methods.
  • Use the principles and apply them to anything.
  • Excellent career options.
  • Learn basic concepts of living.
  • Learn about the human body and how it thrives.
  • Explore food chains within ecosystems.
  • Understand the environment better.
  • Get a qualification.
  • Society needs Biology and those with biological knowledge.





What is Biology?

Biology is a branch of science that deals with living organisms and their vital processes. Biology encompasses diverse fields, including botany, conservation, ecology, evolution, genetics, marine biology, medicine, microbiology, molecular biology, physiology, and zoology.

Why is biology important?

As a field of science, biology helps us understand the living world and the ways its many species (including humans) function, evolve, and interact. Advances in medicine, agriculture, biotechnology, and many other areas of biology have brought improvements in the quality of life. Fields such as genetics and evolution give insight into the past and can help shape the future, and research in ecology and conservation inform how we can protect this planet’s precious biodiversity.


Zoology is the branch of biology that studies the members of the animal kingdom and animal life. It includes both the inquiry into individual animals and their constituent parts, even to the molecular level, and the inquiry into animal populations, entire faunas, and the relationships of animals to each other, to plants, and to the nonliving environment.


Botany is the branch of biology that deals with the study of plants, including their structure, properties, and biochemical processes. Also included are plant classification and the study of plant diseases and their interactions with the environment. The principles and findings of botany have provided the base for such applied sciences as agriculture, horticulture, and forestry.


Ecology, also called bioecology, bionomics, or environmental biology is the study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Some of the most pressing problems in human affairs expanding populations, food scarcities, environmental pollution including global warming, extinctions of plant and animal species, and all the attendant sociological and political problems are to a great degree ecological.

Er. Shashank Gupta

Biotechnology and Environmentalist

Mr. Ravi Mishra

Botany and Zoology