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  • Chemistry
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      About:

      Chemistry is the scientific discipline involved with elements and compounds composed of atoms, molecules and ions: their composition, structure, properties, behavior and the changes they undergo during a reaction with other substances.

      Vision:

      • To offer high quality of undergraduate and post graduate curriculum.
      • To improve employment opportunities and entrepreneurship skills of students.

      Mission:

      • To spread the knowledge of chemistry through education for the benefit of society. 
      • To create research orientation among students for nation building. 

      Objectives

      Goals and Objectives. Chemistry Program Goals: 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 graduate school, the chemical industry or professional school.

      Programme Outcomes (PO):

      After completion of B.Sc.degree in chemistry, students gained the theoretical as well as practical knowledge of handling chemicals. Learn the laboratory skills, Hands on experience with various analytical instruments, Gain knowledge on Reagents, synthesis of organic/Inorganic compounds and their applications, interpretation of unknown compounds through spectral data and importance of the elements in the periodic table including their physical and chemical nature and role in the daily life.  Also they expand the knowledge available opportunities related to chemistry like graduate school, professional school and the chemical industries.

      Programme Specific Outcome (PSO):

      PSO-1: The students will understand the existence of matter in the universe as solids, liquids, and gases which are composed of molecules, atoms and sub atomic particles.
      PSO-2: Students will learn to estimate inorganic salt mixtures and organic compounds both qualitatively and quantitatively using the classical methods of analysis in practical classes.
      PSO-3: Know the fundamental principles of organic/Inorganic /Physical /General chemistry and predict applications of all chemical reactions.
      PSO-4: construct, design, formulate, organise and synthesize new chemical compounds.
      PSO-5: Present a paper in scientific manner.

       

      Courses offered by Deparment of Chemistry:

       

      YEAR

      GROUP

      2015-16

      2016-17

      2017-18

      2018-19

      2019-20

      2020-21

      I YEAR

      MPC

      NA

      31

      47

      51

      42

      36

       

      MCCS

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      16

      08

       

      BZC E/M

      43

      36

      58

      138

      113

      73

       

      BZC T/M

      14

      30

      39

      NA

      NA

      NA

       

      BtZC

      21

      25

      26

      46

      33

      22

       

      MZC

      NA

      NA

      NA

      51

      18

      39

       

      ANZC

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      47

      05

       

      BTBC

      NA

      NA

      NA

      45

      39

      22

       

      MBC

      23

      26

      19

      48

      41

      NA

       

      ANBC

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      13

      02

       

      Mic-chem-AN

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      02

       

      Mic-chem-Biot

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      NA

      28

      TOTAL

       

      133

      148

      179

      379

      335

      240

      Faculty

      S.No Name Of The Faculty Employee ID Qualification Designation Experience Number Of
      Books Published
      Number Of
      Seminars
      Presented/
      Attended
      (National/
      International)
      Number Of
      workshop
      Presented/
      Attended
      (National/
      International)
      Number Of
      Publication
      Number Of
      Ph.D Student
      Enrolled,
      Date Of
      Enrollement
      Of Student
      1. K.Saritha Rani 0662079 M.Sc, NET Assistant Professor  10 - 15 8 - -
      2. M.Prabhavathi 2588436 M.Sc Assistant Professor 8 - 10 3 -
      3. Dr.G.Pranitha 0152373 M.Sc, Ph.D Assistant Professor 9 - 8 5 4 -
      4. Dr.Rafiya Sultana 0752627 PhD Assistant Professor 8 - 15 5 3 -
      5. N Satyajit Raj 2595688 MSc, SET Assistant Professor 14 - - - - -
      6. Dr. B.Rajani 9210110 M.Sc .Tech, Ph.D., M.Sc (Psy) Assistant Professor 20 - 16 16 12 -
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