Program

Master of Science in Chemistry

Program Code

MSCC

Level

Post Graduate

Duration

2 Year

Department name

Department of Chemistry
Semester Sr no CourseCode Course CourseCredit
Sem-1 1 CHE 401 Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-1 2 CHE 402 Organic Chemistry 4
Sem-1 3 CHE 403 Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-1 4 CHE 404 Analytical Chemistry 4
Sem-1 5 CHE 405 PR Inorganic Chemistry + Organic Chemistry 4
Sem-1 6 CHE 406 PR Analytical Chemistry + Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-2 1 CHE 407 Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-2 2 CHE 408 Organic Chemistry 4
Sem-2 3 CHE 409 Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-2 4 CHE 410 Analytical Chemistry 4
Sem-2 5 CHE 411 PR Inorganic Chemistry + Organic Chemistry 4
Sem-2 6 CHE 412 PR Analytical Chemistry + Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 1 CHE(I) 501 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-3 2 CHE(O) 501 Natural Products and Biomolecules 4
Sem-3 3 CHE(P) 501 Advanced Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 4 CHE(A) 501 Industrial Analytical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 5 CHE(I) 502 Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-3 6 CHE(O) 502 Medicinal Chemistry 4
Sem-3 7 CHE(P) 502 Selected topics in Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 8 CHE(A) 502 Qualitative Optical Spectroscopic Methods 4
Sem-3 9 CHE(I) 503 Inorganic Pharamaceutical Medicinal Chemistry 4
Sem-3 10 CHE(O) 503 Organic Spectroscopy 4
Sem-3 11 CHE(P) 503 Polymer Chemistry 4
Sem-3 12 CHE(A) 503 Electroanalytical Techniques 4
Sem-3 13 CHE(I) 504 Supramolecular Chemistry 4
Sem-3 14 CHE(O) 504 Industrial Chemistry 4
Sem-3 15 CHE(P) 504 Catalysis and its industrial applications-1 4
Sem-3 16 CHE(A) 504 Modern Separation Techniques 4
Sem-3 17 CHE(I) 505 PR Inorganic Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 18 CHE(O) 505 PR Organic Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 19 CHE(P) 505 PR Physical Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 20 CHE(A) 505 PR Industrial Analytical Chemistry-Practicals 4
Sem-3 21 CHE(I) 506 PR Inorganic Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 22 CHE(O) 506 PR Organic Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 23 CHE(P) 506 PR Physical Chemistry - Practicals 4
Sem-3 24 CHE(A) 506 PR Industrial Analytical Chemistry-Practicals 4
Sem-3 25 CHE(A) 501 SEPARATION TECHNIQUES AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 4
Sem-3 26 CHE (A) 502 Trends in Analytical Science 4
Sem-3 27 CHE(EA) 504 EA-1. Industrial Analytical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 28 Thermal and Radiochemical Methods CHE(EA) 504 EA- 2 4
Sem-3 29 CHE(EA) 504 EA-2 Thermal and Radiochemical Methods 4
Sem-3 30 CHE(EA) 504 EA-3 Spectroscopic Techniques for Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Industries (Swayam Online Course) 4
Sem-3 31 CHE(A) 505 PR Lab Course-I 4
Sem-3 32 CHE(A) 506 PR Lab Course-II 4
Sem-3 33 CHE(I) 502 Catalysis and Organometallic Chemistry 4
Sem-3 34 CHE(I) 503 Spectroscopy 4
Sem-3 35 CHE(EI) 504 Applications of Inorganic Chemistry in Industry 4
Sem-3 36 CHE(EI) 504 Spectroscopy-II 4
Sem-3 37 CHE(EI) 504 Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry: Principles to Applications (Online through SWAYAM) 4
Sem-3 38 CHE (I) 505 PR Lab Course 1 4
Sem-3 39 CHE (I) 506 PR Lab Course 2 4
Sem-3 40 CHE (P) 501 Advanced Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 41 CHE (P) 502 Selected topics in Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 42 CHE (P) 503 Polymer Chemistry 4
Sem-3 43 CHE(EP) 504 Elective Paper-I Special topics in Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-3 44 CHE(EP) 504 Elective Paper-II Polymer Chemistry 4
Sem-3 45 CHE(EP) 504 Elective Paper-III Catalysis 4
Sem-3 46 CHE (P) 505 PR Lab Course 1 4
Sem-3 47 CHE (P) 506 PR Lab Course 2 4
Sem-3 48 CHE(O) 501 Natural Products and Bio molecules 4
Sem-3 49 CHE(O) 502 Advanced organic synthesis 4
Sem-3 50 CHE (O) 503 Organic spectroscopy 4
Sem-3 51 CHE(EO) 504 ELECTIVE-1 Medicinal & Industrial Chemistry 4
Sem-3 52 CHE(EO) 504 ELECTIVE-2 ESSENTIALS OF OXIDATION, REDUCTION AND C-C BOND FORMATION. APPLICATION IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS 4
Sem-3 53 CHE(O) ELECTIVE-3 REAGENTS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS 4
Sem-3 54 CHE (O) 505 PR Lab Course 1 4
Sem-3 55 CHE (O) 506 PR Lab Course 2 4
Sem-4 1 CHE (O) 507 Scientific Writing 4
Sem-4 2 CHE (O) 508 Report Writing 4
Sem-4 3 CHE (O) 509 Industrial Training, IT)/NETGSET based Test 4
Sem-4 4 CHE (O) 510 Dissertation (DISS)/Project Work (PW) 12
Sem-4 5 CHE (P) 507 Scientific Writing 4
Sem-4 6 CHE (P) 508 Report Writing 4
Sem-4 7 CHE (P) 509 Industrial Training, IT 4
Sem-4 8 CHE (P) 510 Dissertation (DISS)/Project Work (PW) 12
Sem-4 9 CHE (I) 507 Scientific Writing 4
Sem-4 10 CHE (I) 508 Report Writing 4
Sem-4 11 CHE (I) 509 Industrial Training, IT 4
Sem-4 12 CHE (I) 510 Dissertation (DISS)/Project Work (PW) 4
Sem-4 13 CHE(A) 507 Scientific Writing 4
Sem-4 14 CHE(A) 508 Report Writing 4
Sem-4 15 CHE(A) 509 Industrial Training 4
Sem-4 16 CHE(A) 510 Dissertation/Project Work 4
Sem-4 17 CHE(I) 507 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-4 18 CHE(O) 507 Advanced Organic Chemistry 4
Sem-4 19 CHE(P) 507 Advanced Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-4 20 CHE(A) 507 Selected topics in Analytical Chemistry 4
Sem-4 21 CHE(I) 508 Selected topics in Inorganic Chemistry 4
Sem-4 22 CHE(O) 508 Advanced Organic Synthesis 4
Sem-4 23 CHE(P) 508 Selected topics in Physical Chemistry 4
Sem-4 24 CHE(A) 508 Quantitative Optical Spectroscopic Methods 4
Sem-4 25 CHE(I) 509 Advanced Industrial Inorganic chemistry 4
Sem-4 26 CHE(O) 509 Bio organic Chemistry 4
Sem-4 27 CHE(P) 509 Polymer Chemistry-2 4
Sem-4 28 CHE(A) 509 Advanced Analytical Instrumentation 4
Sem-4 29 CHE(I) 510 Intellectual property Rights-Basics 4
Sem-4 30 CHE(O) 510 Selected topics in Medicinal Chemistry 4
Sem-4 31 CHE(P) 510 Catalysis-2 4
Sem-4 32 CHE(A) 510 Environmental Chemistry 4
Sem-4 33 CHE(I/O/P/A) 511 Dissetation 4
Sem-4 34 CHE(I/O/P/A) 512 Industrial Training 4
Intake
Eligibility Criteria
  • PO1: Adjust completely to the demands of the growing field of chemistry.
  • PO2: Apply the knowledge of Chemistry, in all the fields of learning including education, research and extension activities.
  • PO3: Communicate effectively by writing reports/documents, making presentations.
  • PO4: Crack various competitive exams CSIR – NET, GATE and SLET.
  • PO5: Explain the knowledge of contemporary issues in the field of chemistry and allied sciences.
  • PO6: Recite the fundamental and advanced laws of organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry.
  • PO7: Understand the potential of the recited laws in industry as well as academics.
  • PO8: Work effectively as a member or leader in multi
  • PSO1: Analyze all the chemical compounds in terms of their physical, chemical and medicinal properties.
  • PSO2: Facilitate the research in allied branches of sciences such as physics, microbiology, biotechnology, biochemistry, pharmacy and botany.
  • PSO3: Innovate and invent complex chemical processes using the knowledge of pure and applied chemistry.
  • PSO4: Interpret the pictorial and numerical data obtained from a variety of analytical instruments.
  • PSO5: Students will appreciate the central role of chemistry in our society and use this as a basis for ethical behavior in issues facing chemists including an understanding of safe handling of chemicals, environmental issues and key issues facing our society in energy, health and medicine.
  • PSO6: Students will be able to design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyze the results of such experiments.
  • PSO7: Students will be able to explain why chemistry is an integral activity for addressing social, economic, and environmental problems.
  • PSO8: Students will be skilled in problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning as applied to scientific problems.
  • PSO9: Students will have a firm foundation in the fundamentals and application of current chemical and scientific theories including those in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistries
  • PSO10: Synthesize a variety of organic, inorganic and hybrid materials useful for industrial and other sophisticated applications.

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