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Department of Chemistry

Introduced from 1989
 The Chemistry Department aspires to excel in chemical education, research and services.
 The Chemistry Department is committed to prepare competitive and professional graduates within an innovative and intellectually stimulating environment, support other academic programs by offering quality chemistry learning experiences, conduct basic and applied research of national and  international impact, build proactive partnerships with industry and offer effective training and educational and technical services to the society.

      1. Enhance the quality of the chemistry and industrial chemistry programs.

      2. Enhance the basic and applied research framework in the Chemistry  Department.

      3. Increase enrolment in the chemistry programs.

      4. Enhance services to the community.

      5. Build partnerships with the industry to achieve the department goals.


      Students receiving an undergraduate B.Sc. Degree in a program offered by the department of chemistry will have achieved proficiency in all areas necessary for success in the profession. These areas include:

   1. Fundamental Knowledge and Understanding:

                 Students will demonstrate comprehension of the major sub  disciplines of chemistry (Analytical chemistry Inorganic Organic  and Physical) through their ability to apply basic concepts in the sub-disciplines of chemistry.

   2. Fundamental skills:

                  Students will demonstrate understanding of basic experimental techniques knowledge of instrumentation and safety issues in the laboratory in all areas of chemistry.

   3. Scientific Information Literacy Skills:

                  Students will be able to survey and access scientific literature using a variety of resource in order to learn independently and communicate that information effectively.

   4. Scientific communication Skills:

                   Students will be able to analyze and communicate scientific information effectively both in oral and written formats. 

   5. Problem Solving, Critical thinking Application of knowledge:

                   Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills to solve problems relating to chemistry.

 Organic Chemistry
          Understand the general properties of organic compounds, applications of organic compounds.

           • Study qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic compounds. 

           • Understand IUPAC nomenclature of Organic Compounds.

           • Study of different organic reactions and Mechanisms.

           • Use eco-friendly green reagents, solvents, catalysts and reaction conditions.

           • Understand the concept for separation of analyses in samples by thin layer, paper and column chromatographic methods.

  Inorganic Chemistry
          • Understand the Electronic structures, size of atoms and ions, ionization energy, metallic and nonmetallic of Periodic elements.

           • Prepare various inorganic complexes and its study.

           • Analyze compounds by titrimetric, gravimetric methods.

           • Understand concept of s-s, s-p, p-p, p-d & d-d combination of orbital's.

           • Understand IUPAC nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds.

 Physical Chemistry
         •  Identify methods and instruments that can be used to study chemistry

          • Evaluate data generated by experimental methods for chemical characterization.

          • Understand spontaneous and non spontaneous processes. 

          • Understand the types of spectra- Rotational, Vibration and Electronic energy levels.

          • Understand the first, second and third order reaction.

          • Understand the concept anisotropic, isotropic, polymorphism.

 Analytical Chemistry
          • Understand the importance of analytical chemistry in analysis of compounds by titrimetric, gravimetric and instrumental methods.

         • Enhance skills of the chemists employed in Industry, Research & Development and National Laboratories.

         • Provide appropriate theoretical background and develop practical skills for analyzing materials even in trace amounts using moder analytical methods and instruments.

          • Provide training in modern analytical techniques to the learners.

          • Know specification of instrumental techniques and interpretation data.

  Industrial Chemistry
          • Understand general concept of Industrial chemistry.

          • Understand manufacturing of sugarcane.

          • Understand general idea of differ physical methods used in manufacturing.

          • Understands various types of fertilizer.

          • Understand the aspects of small scale industry.

          • Understand the process of manufacturing of soap.

          • Understand properties of drugs.

 Students of the department are placed at various Sectors like
         • Research  and Development Chemist

         • Quality Assurance Pharmaceutical 

         • Quality Control  Pharmaceutical

         • Production

         • Medical representative

         • Education

         • MPSC and UPSC Examination

         • Self Employment