Year of Establishment :
Names of Programmes / Courses offered :
UG (Honours and General)
Number of Teaching Post
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
|Name of the Post
|01 (by CAS)
|Category of Staff
|Academic support staff (technical)
Details of Infrastructural Facilities and Logistic Support :
- Classrooms: There are four classrooms, two of which are exclusively for Honours students. The other two classrooms are used to hold Honours and General classes.
- Library: The Seminar Library including Book Bank is highly enriched and contains 676 books covering varied aspects of the subject.
- Internet facilities for Staff & Students: WiFi connection is available in the department which can be accessed by the students too. Broadband internet is used by the teachers and students when required.
- Class rooms with ICT facility: LCD Projector oriented teaching facility is available in one classroom.
- Laboratories: There are two well equipped laboratories in the department. One laboratory is solely used for conducting Third Year Honours Classes. It can cater to 20 students on an average. The other laboratory is used for conducting First Year, Second Year Honours and General classes. It has a student capacity of about 70.
- Instruments: All necessary instruments required to conduct UG (Honours) and UG (General) classes are available.
- Staff room: The department has a separate staff room for Teachers with computer, microwave oven and other facilities.
- To impart English-medium based undergraduate level education that is Bachelor Degree in Science and Arts courses in accordance with affiliating University's Curriculum and the UGC Guidelines.
- Understanding and Correlating between Theoretical and Experimental aspects of the subjects (highly essential for Laboratory based subjects).
- Developing concepts in Pure Subjects along with Applied and Interdisciplinary Subject Areas for Real Life Applications.
- Identify various Academic and Professional areas.
- Catering to the needs of Present Day Problems & allied Thrust Areas and Service to Human Race.
Program Specific Outcome (PSO)
Detailed study of Organic, Inorganic, Physical and Analytical chemistry, Practical skill development for quantitative and qualitative analysis of a sample, Synthesis of organic compounds and ability to determine kinetic and thermodynamic phenomena of reactions with the help of modern instruments.
Students graduating in Chemistry will be able to understand
- The fundamentals of acid/base equilibria, including pH calculations, buffer behavior, acid/base titrations, and their relationship to electrophiles and nucleophiles.
- The thermodynamic and kinetic forces involved in chemical reactions which determine how much and how soon products are formed.
- Current bonding models for simple inorganic and organic molecules in order to predict structures and important bonding parameters.
- General periodicity patterns of (organic/inorganic) molecules, and the ability to design synthetic approaches to such species.
- How to design and perform experiments to determine the rate, order, and activation energy of chemical reactions by varying concentrations and/or temperature.
- Methods to measure equilibrium concentrations and equilibrium constants for acid-base, solubility, and complexation reactions given initial concentrations of reactant and quantitative and qualitative analysis of samples.