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Our Toppers in Indian Forest Service Exam with Botany Optional. As Botany is a specialised science subject, mostly bioscience graduates pursue it as an optional. Plant Microbiology, Cryptogams, Phanerogams, Plant Resource Development, Morphogenesis, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Plant Breeding, Biotechnology, Physiology & Biochemistry, Ecology and Plant Geography are the important units studied in Botany.

Classes aligned to the requirements of the UPSC syllabus starting from the basics in a structure friendly to a fresher.
High quality class-notes, study material and lecture handouts.
Course Extension without further payment.
10 Unit wise Tests & 2 Full tests on the lines of the UPSC Main Examination.
Special sessions on PYQ discussion and answer writing.
Personal mentoring on enhancing your performance.
Flexible in Test Series Timings.

Why Botany Optional?

As Botany is a specialised science subject, mostly bioscience graduates pursue it as an optional. Plant Microbiology, Cryptogams, Phanerogams, Plant Resource Development, Morphogenesis, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Plant Breeding, Biotechnology, Physiology & Biochemistry, Ecology and Plant Geography are the important units studied in Botany.

It’s a fascinating subject with a lot of potential for the UPSC exam, and it has the capacity to produce higher scores in the examination. Students must put some effort in practising answer writing.

Advantages of Botany as an Optional.

  • Scoring Nature – Botany is considered as a scoring subject as it is accurate and scientific in nature. Presenting the answers correctly and neatly will help you to fetch high grades.
  • Syllabus – The syllabus is conceptual and well-defined.
  • Less competitive – The subject is less competitive as the students from a science background usually chooses Botany as an optional in UPSC.
  • Figures and diagrams – Botany is a subject in which figures and diagrams can be drawn to fetch more marks.
  • Direct Questions – In Botany questions are asked direct in nature no need to brainstorm much.
  • Being a science subject, nothing is left to the interpretation of examiner point of view.

Our Toppers in Indian Forest Service Exam with Botany Optional.

One can easily score high marks in Botany Optional. In the last year (2021), this fact is testified by our student Devipriya Ajith who secured All India Rank 51 in Indian Forest Service Exam under our guidance.

Courses Offered for Botany Optional.

  • Classroom Course – Yearly two batches are announced for Botany Optional mentored by Morison Job. The venue for these batches is Trivandrum, Kerala.
  • Interactive Online Course – Online Courses are also offered for Botany Optional. The content, faculty and subject matter is exactly the same as in the Classroom programs.
  • You can join it in any one of the modes.

Course Duration.

  • The course duration for both Online & Offline course is 1 Year from the date of enrollment (Validity can be extended without further payment).

Highlights of Botany Optional at Gallant IAS.

  • Classes aligned to the requirements of the UPSC syllabus starting from the basics in a structure friendly to a fresher.
  • High quality class-notes, study material and lecture handouts.
  • Course Extension without further payment.
  • 10 Unit wise Tests & 2 Full tests on the lines of the UPSC Main Examination.
  • Special sessions on PYQ discussion and answer writing.
  • Personal mentoring on enhancing your performance.
  • Flexible in Test Series Timings.

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Course Curriculum

Botany Optional 2023
Orientation | Botany Optional | 2023FREE 01:04:00
Botany Optional PYQs.pdfFREE 00:10:00
Botany Optional PYQs2.pdfFREE 00:10:00
Botany Optional PYQs3.pdfFREE 00:10:00
Paper 1 | Unit 1
Introduction to Unit 1 – Microbiology |Botany Optional 2023 00:20:00
Structure and multiplication of viruses | Module – 1 | Part – 1 | Botany Optional 01:23:00
Structure and multiplication of viruses | Module – 1 | Part – 2 | Botany Optional 00:44:00
Module – 1 Structure & Multiplication of Viruses.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Viruses | Module – 2 | Part – 1 | Botany Optional 00:41:00
Plant Viruses | Module – 2 | Part – 2 | Botany Optional 00:50:00
Viroids | Module – 3 | Botany Optional 00:32:00
Viroids | Module – 3.pdf 00:10:00
Prions | Module – 4 | Botany Optional 00:58:00
Prions | Module -4.pdf 00:10:00
Structure & multiplication of Bacteria | Part 1|Botany Optional 2023 00:41:00
Structure & multiplication of Bacteria | Part 2 |Botany Optional 2023 00:30:00
Structure & multiplication of Bacteria | Part 3 |Botany Optional 2023 00:30:00
Structure & multiplication of Bacteria | Part 4 |Botany Optional 2023 00:40:00
Mycoplasma | Module-5 |Botany Optional 2023 00:27:00
Mycoplasma| Module -6 | Botany optional.pdf 00:10:00
Applications of Microbiology in Agriculture | Module -6 | Botany optional 00:33:00
Applications of Microbiology in Agriculture | Module -6 | Botany optional.pdf 00:10:00
Applications of Microbiology in Medicine | Module- 7 | Part -1 | Botany Optional 2023 00:40:00
Application of Microbes in Industry & Microbes in control of Soil & water | Module- 7 | Botany Optional 2023 00:40:00
Materials | Paper 1 | Unit 1
Applications of Microbiology in Industry| Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Applications of Microbiology in Medicine | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Paper 1 | Unit 2
General Introduction to Fungi and Lichens |Unit – 2 | Botany Optional 00:35:00
General Characteristics of Fungi | Module – 2.2 | Botany Optional 00:51:00
General Characteristics of Fungi | part – 2 | Module – 2.2 | Botany Optional 01:10:00
General Characteristics of Fungi | Part – 3 | Module – 2.2 | Botany Optional 00:42:00
Phylum Oomycota | Botany Optional 2023 01:08:00
Phylum Oomycota | Part – 2 | Module – 2.3 | Botany Optional 2023 00:38:00
Phylum Zygomycota | Module – 2.7 | Botany Optional 01:17:00
Phylum Basidiomycota | Part-1| Botany Optional 00:57:00
Phylum Basidiomycota | Part-2 | Botany Optional 00:49:00
Phylum Ascomycota | Part-1 | Botany Optional 00:52:00
Phylum Ascomycota | Part-2 | Botany Optional 00:50:00
Phylum Ascomycota | Part-3 | Botany Optional 00:51:00
Phylum Ascomycota | part – 4 | Botany Optional 00:47:00
Phylum Ascomycota | part – 5 | Botany Optional 00:37:00
Phylum Ascomycota | Part – 6 | Botany Optional 00:37:00
Phylum Ascomycota | part – 7 | Botany Optional 00:48:00
Parasexuality & Heterothallism | Botany Optional 01:07:00
Algae General Orientation & Introduction to algae | Botany Optional 01:33:00
Heterocyst | Botany Optional 2023 | WN 42 00:21:00
Cyanobacteria | Botany Optional 2023 | WN 42 00:54:00
Cyanobacteria | Botany optional.pdf 00:10:00
Xanthophyceae (Vaucheria) | Botany Optional | WN42 00:41:00
Xanthophyceae – Vaucheria | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Polysiphonia | Part 1 | Botany Optional | WN42 00:51:00
Polysiphonia | Part 2 | Botany Optional | WN42 00:28:00
Chlorophyceae | Botany Optional 2023 | WN42 00:53:00
Chlorophyceae | Part – 1 | chlamydomonas | Botany Optional | WN43 00:53:00
Chlorophyceae | Part – 2 | volvox | Botany Optional | WN43 00:47:00
Chlorophyceae | Part- 3 | Coleochaete | Botany Optional | WN43 00:41:00
Chlorophyceae | Part- 4 | Oedogonium | Botany Optional | WN43 00:48:00
Chlorophyceae | Part – 5 | Chara | Module 2.21 | Botany Optional 00:51:00
Phaeophyceae| Ectocarpus and Fucus | Botany Optional 00:49:00
General Introduction to Bryophytes | Module 2.22 | Botany Optional 00:31:00
Riccia | Botany Optional 01:00:00
Riccia | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Marchantia | Paper 1 | Botany Optional 00:52:00
Marchantia | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Sphagnum | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:39:00
Sphagnum | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Anthoceros | Paper 1 | Botany Optional 00:52:00
Anthoceros | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Sporophyte of Funaria & Polytrichum | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 01:04:00
Sporophyte of Funaria & Polytrichum | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Introduction to Pteridophytes and Rhynia | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:40:00
Stelar Structure in Pteridophytes | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:40:00
Stelar System | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Telome Theory | Module | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:46:00
Telome Theory | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Lycopodium | Module | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:28:00
Selaginella | Paper 1 | Botany Optional 00:38:00
Equistem | Paper 1 | Botany Optional 00:37:00
Azolla and Salvinia | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:28:00
Marsilea | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:55:00
Materials | Paper 1 | Unit 2
Xanthophyceae – Vaucheria | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Volvox | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Rhodophyceae – Polysiphonia | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Oedogonium | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Coleochaete | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Chara | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Chlorophyceae – Chlamydomonas | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Cyanobacteria | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Ectocarpus & Fucus | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Paper 1 | Unit 3
Introduction to Gymnosperm and Cycas | Part – 1 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 01:06:00
Introduction to Gymnosperm and Cycas | Part – 2 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:56:00
Pinus | Part – 1| Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:58:00
Pinus | Part – 2 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 01:07:00
Gnetum | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:57:00
Embryo and it’s Development | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:36:00
Somata & It’s Types, Ovule – Structure & Types | Paper – 2 | Botany Optional 00:55:00
Embryo – It’s Types and Different Tpes of Embryo Sac | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:36:00
Polyembryony | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:21:00
Endosperm and its development | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:11:00
Development of Male & Female Gametophyte | Paper – 1 | Unit – 3 | Botany Optional 00:25:00
System of Classification | Paper – 1 | Unit – 3 | Botany Optional 00:43:00
Angiospermic Families | Paper – 1 | Unit – 3 | Botany Optional 00:26:00
Angiospermic Families | Unit 3 | Paper1 | Materials
Asteraceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Brassicacae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Magnoliaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Rosaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Apiaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Asclepiadaceae| Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Dipterocarpaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Euphorbiaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional..pdf 00:10:00
Malvaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional..pdf 00:10:00
Verbenaceae | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional..pdf 00:10:00
Musaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Liliaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Arecaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Poaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Cucurbitaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Rubiaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Orchidaceae | Unit 3 Paper1 | Botany Optional | pdf 00:10:00
Materials
Relationships of Gnetum with Gymnosperms & Angiosperms | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Embryology | Unit 3 | Paper1.pdf 00:10:00
Glandular & Non-glandular Trichomes | Unit 3 | Paper1.pdf 00:10:00
Anomalous Secondary Growth | Unit – 3 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional..pdf 00:10:00
Palynology | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Morphological Nature of Ovuliferous Scale | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Secondary Thickening in Dicot Stem | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Distribution of Gymnosperms | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Systematics & Taxonomy | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Polyembryony | botany.pdf 00:10:00
General_Account_on_Cycadofilicales,_Bennettiales_&_Cordaitales | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Economic Importance of Gymnosperms | botany.pdf 00:10:00
Angiosperms, Origin & Evolution | Unit 3 | Paper1.pdf 00:10:00
Paper 1 | Unit 4
Vavilov’s Centre of origin | Paper – 1 | Unit – 4 | Botany Optional 00:20:00
Plant Sources | Paper – 1 | Unit – 4 | Botany Optional 00:25:00
Materials | Unit -4 Paper -1
Vavilov Centre of Origin | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Timber | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Spices & Condiments | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Latex | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Gums, Resins & Dyes | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Food | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Fibres | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Edible Oil | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Plant Sources – Beverages | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Herbaria | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Energy Plantations | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Botanical Garden | Unit -4 Paper -1 | Botany Optional.pdf 00:10:00
Paper 1 | Unit 5
Introduction to Morphogenesis | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:16:00
Micropropagation | Paper – 2 | Botany Optional 00:31:00
Protoplast Isolation, Culture and fusion | Module 5.4 | Paper – 1 | Botany Optional 00:56:00
Somaclonal Variation | Paper – 2 | Botany Optional 00:25:00
Pollen Haploids | Paper – 2 | Botany Optional 00:39:00
Paper 2 | Unit 1
Paper 2 | Unit 2
Paper 2 | Unit 3
Paper 2 | Unit 4
Paper 2 | Unit 5
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