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Department of Chemistry

Programmes
»  B.Sc. Chemistry (Aided)
»  M.Sc. Chemistry (Self-financed)
Programme Specific Outcomes

After successful completion of B.Sc. Chemistry programme, the student will be able to
»  Recognize the basic concepts in Chemistry and to provide students with the skills required to succeed in future career prospects in chemistry.
»  Acquire the ability to identify and describe the principles of pure and applied chemistry.
»  Apply the contextual knowledge of Chemistry to identify and solve problems, think significantly and to function effectively as an individual in multidiscipline.
»  Synthesize, compare, evaluate, classify, interpret and effectively apply the basic laws, principles, process and mechanism involved in the domain of chemistry.
»  Impart a broad foundation in Chemistry and enable them to evaluate and analyze critically the scientific facts.
 

After successful completion of M.Sc. Chemistry programme, the student will be able to
»  Recall and to apply the fundamental concepts and applications of various chemical and scientific theories.
»  Interpret the background of organic reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, experimental methods of chemical analysis, molecular rearrangements, separation techniques, natural products and biomolecules.
»  Describe the importance of various elements in the periodic table, concept, theories and applications of coordination chemistry, determining the properties of solids using solid state chemistry, point group prediction and its applications using group theory.
»  Conceptualize the understanding about the physical aspects of quantum theory, spectroscopy, thermodynamics, kinetics, surface chemistry, electrochemistry, equilibrium, computational chemistry and their applications in organic and inorganic chemistry.
»  Develop analytical skills and problem solving skills required to develop new applications of chemistry.
»  Transform learned knowledge and skills to qualify in NET, GATE and other national and international level competitive exam for higher studies and jobs.
»  Empower themselves in recent and advanced developments in the various fields of research and jobs related to the discipline of Chemistry.
»  Apply appropriate techniques of qualitative and quantitative analysis for the upliftment of the society.
 
Syllabus
»  Undergraduate
»  Postgraduate