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Educational
Objectives

Chemistry is a crucial subject with prevailing effect on all the branches of science and engineering. A Proper understanding of various chemicals, their reactivity and response to change surrounding conditions, is highly required to secure a good job. The mission of this Best M.Sc. Chemistry College in Rajkot is to provide quality education in the field of chemistry. The university offers M.Sc. in Chemistry with the focus on following objectives:

  • To produce well-trained scientists with adequate skills.
  • To produce professionals who can face the growing challenges of this dynamic world.
  • To offer solutions that are practical and effective for solving the problems that affect humanity in an adverse manner.
  • To train the students for Research based career by inculcating the habit of exploration and research in their personality.
  • To impart the skills and knowledge in the minds of students with a clear ability to health and environment.

Scope of
Employment

Deep understanding of Chemicals, their affability and after effects are highly in demand in the current industry. There are a lot of opportunities to earn higher salaries both in public and private sectors. Some of the job profiles include Analytical Chemist, Production Chemist, Research Development Manager, Industrial Research Scientist and may others in large industries including Pharmaceutical companies, Petrochemical Industry, Manufacturing Processes, Environmental law, etc.

Being the Top M.Sc. College in Rajkot, Marwadi University provides adequate support for placement through campus drives and referrals.

Student
Outcomes

The M.Sc. Chemistry programme is offered at Marwadi University with following students outcomes in purview:

  • Ability to understand and implement complex chemical equations and chemical compositions.
  • Ability to analyze the outcomes of experiments on chemicals and their product
  • Ability to understand the chemicals deeply and their effects on environment and health.
  • Ability to connect the latest developments in Chemistry with the knowledge attained during academics and come up with better ideas.
  • Awareness of the impact of Chemistry in all domain of the society including environment, manufacturing, and production, etc.

Subject
Skills

CORE COURSES
Quantum chemistry/Organotransition metal chemistry/Molecular spectroscopy-I/Supramolecular Chemistry/Organic Synthesis-I/Physical chemistry-I/Kinetics and Photochemistry/Molecular spectroscopy-II/Analytical methods/Organic Synthesis-II/Physical chemistry-II/Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry/Thermodynamics & surface chemistry/Industrial and Green Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/ Environmental Chemistry/Fundamental and Applications of Computers in Chemistry/Surfactants, Macromolecules Nanomaterials/ Mathematics for Chemistry.

ELECTIVE COURSES
Biochemistry, Synthetic & Natural polymers, Biofuels, Photophysical Chemistry, Rearrangements &retrosynthesis, Photophysical chemistry

Chemistry
Labs

chemical engineering
chemistry lab
chemical labs

Eligibility
Criteria

At least 50% In Graduate Science Stream

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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)
02CY1401Physical Chemistry-IBS50265030202525150
02CY1402Inorganic Chemistry-IBS50265030202525150
02CY0406Organic Chemistry-Concepts and FundametalsBS50265030202525150
02CY1404Analytical Chemistry-IBS50265030202525150
Total200824200 12080100100600
Semester II
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY1451Physical Chemistry-IIBS50265030202525150
02CY1452Inorganic Chemistry-IIBS50265030202525150
02CY0456Organic Chemistry-Essential ConceptsBS50265030202525150
02CY1454Analytical Chemistry-IIBS50265030202525150
Total200824200 12080100100600
Semester III (O.C)
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY1501Advanced Analytical TechniquesBS52065030202525150
02CY0509Essence of ChromatographyBS50265030202525150
02CY0507Advanced Organic
Chemistry – I
BS50265030202525150
02CY0504Medicinal ChemistryBS5026 50 30 202525150
Total20 2624200 12080100100600
Semester III (A.C)
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY1501Advanced Analytical TechniquesBS52065030202525150
02CY0509Essence of ChromatographyBS50265030202525150
02CY0508Selected topics in
Analytical Chemistry
BS52065030202525150
02CY0506Industrial AnalysisBS50265030202525150
Total20442420012080100100600
Semester IV (O.C)
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0551Research MethodologyBS2002000252550
02CY0555Advanced Organic
Chemistry – II
BS40045030202525150
02CY1554Dissertation/ProjectBS00018*000120280**400
Total060024503020170330600

*indicates those who are not able to perform dissertation/project, they will be performing practicals given by respective faculties.
**indicates assessment as per MU guidelines

Semester IV (A.C)
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)Mid SemCSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
02CY0551Research MethodologyBS2022000252550
02CY1553Pharma Regulatory AffairsBS40045030202525150
02CY1554Dissertation/ProjectBS00018*000120280*400
Total060024503020170330600

*indicates those who are not able to perform dissertation/project, they will be performing practicals given by respective faculties.
**indicates assessment as per MU guidelines