The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) programme in Chemistry is designed primarily for teachers, researchers and postgraduate students who intend to pursue higher studies in chemistry. This programme in Chemistry is conducted on a credit based system for the duration of one year, which spans into two semesters.
The programme consists of 3 theory papers in the first semester and a research based project work along with submission of dissertation in the second semester.

The theory papers include one general paper: Research Methodology and Two elective papers:

Elective 1: Modern Methods of Chemistry (mandatory for students of all electives)
Elective 2: Any one paper from four electives listed below:

1. Coordination Chemistry
2. Heterocyclic chemistry
3. Adsorption and Catalysis
4. Analytical Techniques for synthetic Chemistry

The second semester includes a research based project work along with submission of dissertation. The course provides opportunities to share and disseminate research findings and innovations through seminars, conferences and publications in reputed journals.


Open Electives