Is there any difference between these two terms; Coriolis effect and Gyroscopic effect ?
Yes. They are not the same. I can't explain them. Why not try Wikipedia?
Yeah, Wiki gives information for these two concepts separately.
For comparison, I found out that both effects are created by a rotational field acting on a moving particle. In this sense, one may say they are same objects.
However in the case of gyroscopic force, that particle itself is rotating (it's individual movement is a rotational motion).
But I'm not sure if this understanding make any sense ?
Separate names with a comma.