The two-year (four semesters) Masters Programme in Chemistry (specializations in General, Organic and Analytic Chemistry) aims at providing a comprehensive study of various branches of chemistry to develop a critical and analytical approach to all major areas of the subject. The various courses in the first two semesters are presented in such a way as to give the students a harmonious view of the subject followed by the specialization courses of general chemistry/organic chemistry/analytical chemistry along with an industrial/institutional project in the last two semesters. Equal importance is given to both theory and practicals. The teaching methodology includes lecture, demonstration, seminars, internships, projects and presentations.
1. To prepare the students to become teachers of chemistry in centers of higher education.
2. To equip the students to perform functions that demand higher competence in national/international organizations.
3. To train the students in scientific research.
4. To help the students find meaning in life by broadening their field of vision.
Programme Outcome :
On successful completions of the MSc Programme students will be able to..
PO1. Engage in continuous reflective learning in the context of technology and scientific advancement.
PO2. Identify need and scope of interdisciplinary research.
PO3. Enhance research culture and uphold the scientific integrity and objectivity.
PO4. Understand the professional ethical and social responsibility.
PO5. Understand the importance and judicious use of technology for the sustainable growth of mankind in synergy with nature.
Programme Specific Outcome :
On successful completions of the MSc (Analytical Chemistry) program students will be able to..
PSO1. Identify and relate analytical techniques for the solution of problems in academia, industry and environmental protection
PSO2. Interpret analytical data pertinent to physical sciences and to explain the cause and consequences of it
PSO3. Construct and model structural and functional characteristics of various forms of matter from chemical and physical analysis of materials
PSO4. Examine and correlate the properties of physical and chemical systems to the analytical responses derived from them.
PSO5. Perceive, deduce, and judge the chemistry of analytes based on the analytical data
PSO6. Theorize the fundamental connection between analytical responses and chemical phenomena
PSO for Master of Science in Chemistry (Organic Chemistry specialization)
On successful completions of the MSc in Chemistry (Organic Chemistry specialization) program students will be able to..
PSO1.Appreciate and relatethe concepts and knowledge of organic chemistry applicable to the understanding of nature and life.
PSO2.Interpret and explain the behaviors of organic compounds based on the understanding of their chemistry.
PSO3.Apply the knowledge of organic chemistry to solve problems in academia, industry and environmental protection.
PSO4.Discover intricate details, driving forces, and mechanical pathways of organic processes.
PSO5. Perceive, deduce, and justify the chemical properties of organic molecules from their chemical structure and reactivity.
PSO6.Design, synthesize, and characterize organic compounds needed for industrial, health care, environmental, and academic requirements.
PSO for Master of Science in Chemistry (General Chemistry)
On successful completions of the MSc in Chemistry (General Chemistry) program students will be able to..
PSO1. Recall andrelatethe fundamental concepts of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and physical chemistry applied to various physical and chemical phenomena
PSO2. Interpret and explain the chemistry of physical characteristics, chemical reactivity, and biological impact of various systems
PSO3. Apply the knowledge of chemistry to solve problems in academia, industry and environmental protection.
PSO4. Examine and analyze structure-property relationships and their implications
PSO5. Perceive, deduce, and justify the chemical properties of various forms of matter from their structure and reactivity.
PSO6. Design, develop, and innovate chemistry-based solutions for industrial, health care, environmental, and academic requirements.
1. Approaching the subject from theoretical and practical points of view.
2. Opportunity to attend seminars, workshops etc.
3. Extra-curricular activities for peer interaction, growth of organizational skills and personality development.
4. Well-equipped and spacious laboratories.
5. Well qualified and experienced staff.
6. Industrial collaboration/training.
7. Placement opportunities.
8. Good library and internet facilities.
9. Industrial /Institutional projects.
10. CSIR/NET coaching.
11. Journal club to discuss research papers.
12. Gust lectures by experts from the field.