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Educational
Objectives

  • To provide a broad foundation in chemistry that stresses scientific reasoning and analytical problem solving with a molecular perspective.
  • To provide students with the skills required to succeed in the chemical industry or professional courses.
  • To expose the students to a breadth of experimental techniques using modern instrumentation.

Scope of
Employment

Chemistry education will provide the background and experience necessary for careers in biochemistry, chemical education, chemical sales and marketing, energy resources, environmental science, forensic chemistry, industrial chemistry, material science and nanotechnology, pharmaceutical synthesis and sales, polymer and organic synthesis. An advanced degree will allow you to pursue an academic or research career in chemistry.

Student
Outcomes

  • The student will understand the importance of the Periodic Table of the Elements, how it came to be, and its role in organizing chemical information.
  • The student will understand the interdisciplinary nature of chemistry and to integrate knowledge of mathematics, physics and other disciplines to a wide variety of chemical problems.
  • The student will learn the laboratory skills needed to design, safely conduct and interpret chemical research.
  • The student will acquire a foundation of chemistry of sufficient breadth and depth to enable them to understand and critically interpret the primary chemical literature.
  • The student will develop the ability to effectively communicate scientific information and research results in written and oral formats.
  • The student will learn professionalism, including the ability to work in teams and apply basic ethical principles.

Subject
Skills

CORE COURSES
General Chemistry I, II, III and IV, Inorganic Chemistry I and II, Organic Chemistry I and II

ALLIED COURSES
Biochemistry I and II, Medicinal Chemistry, Food Chemistry

SKILL BASED COURSES
Water Treatment and Analysis, Data Analysis and Separation Techniques

ELECTIVE COURSES
Elective I: Polymer Chemistry, Spectroscopy I, Agriculture and Leather Chemistry
Elective II: Spectroscopy II, Green Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Chemistry
Labs

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Eligibility
Criteria

12th Std with minimum 45%

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Teaching Scheme

Semester I
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0101Chemistry –IBS40255030202525150
02CY0102Fundamental Chemistry – IBS40255030202525150
02ES0131Environmental StudiesBS30245030202525150
02PY0132Physics –IBS40255030202525150
02SL010XEnglish (Elective)BS2002030202525100
Total170821200 1501001251257 00
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme(Hours per week)Evaluation SchemeTotal Marks
PracticalESEIACSEVivaTerm Work
02SL0102Reading and Writing for Science2 Hours0030202525100
02SL0103Speaking and Presentation Skills2 Hours0030202525100
Semester II
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0151Chemistry –IIBS40255030202525150
02CY0152Fundamental Chemistry –IIBS40255030202525150
02MA0181Calculus And StatisticsBS42055030202525150
02PY0182Physics –IIBS40255030202525150
02SL015XEnglish (Elective)BS2002030202525100
Total162620200 12080100100600
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme(Hours per week)Evaluation SchemeTotal Marks
PracticalESEIACSEVivaTerm Work
02SL0152English through fiction2 Hours0030202525100
02SL0153English through movies2 Hours0030202525100
Semester III
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
 02CY0201Chemistry –IIIBS40365030202525150
02CY0202Fundamental Chemistry –IIIBS40365030202525150
02PY0231Physics –IIIBS40255030202525150
01CR0301Career Readiness ProgramBS2002000252550
 02SL0201English through non-fictionBS2002030202525100
Total180821150 12080125125600
Semester IV
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0251Chemistry –IVBS50265030202525150
02CY0252Fundamental Chemistry –IVBS50265030202525150
02MB0253Basic BiochemistryBS50265030202525150
02CR0401Career Readiness ProgramBS2002 – – –252550
02SL0251English for workplaceBS2002030202525100
Total190622150 12080125125600
Semester V
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0304Analytical ChemistryBS50265030202525150
02CY0303Physical ChemistryBS50265030202525150
02CY0302Organic ChemistryBS50265030202525150
02CY0301Inorganic and Industrial ChemistryBS50265030202525150
Total200824200 12080100100600
Semester VI
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0354Analytical Spectroscopic TechniquesBS50265030202525150
02CY0351Advanced Inorganic and Industrial ChemistryBS50265030202525150
02CY0352Advanced Organic ChemistryBS50265030202525150
02CY0353Advanced Physical ChemistryBS50265030202525150
Total200824200 12080100100600