M.Sc. General Chemistry2019-12-05T15:40:40+00:00

M.Sc. General Chemistry

The department currently offers M.Sc. in Chemistry, Ph.D. in Chemistry. The department also handles some foundation courses and Electives for B. Tech. students.

Vision

To propagate latest chemical science technologies and innovative thoughts; develop intellectual property and research skill as to meet the challenges and requirements of industry, research laboratory and society.

Mission

To nurture excellence in teaching, learning, creativity and research; translate knowledge into practice; multidisciplinary research across science; incubate entrepreneurship; relate industrial needs.

M.Sc. General Chemistry

M.Sc. program in chemistry offers both basic and applied knowledge in physical, organic, analytical and medicinal chemistry. Advanced level specialization will be offered for all the above branches. Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) will be followed for choosing the courses of one’s interest. Students have the options to choose the professors of their choice for the selected courses. International exposure is provided to the students for doing semester research projects in various universities and institutes across the globe.

Program Duration: 2 years

State-of-the-art research facilities are available. Some of the important facilities are:

  • UV- Visible spectrometer
  • Atomic absorption spectrophotometer
  • Flame photometer
  • Rota vapor
  • UV-chamber
  • Fume hood
  • Orbital shaking incubator
  • Auto clave
  • DO analyzer
  • Nephelometer
  • Conductometer
  • Photeniometer
  • pH meter

Related books are available in the university central library and departmental library.

Central Government Jobs after M.Sc in Chemistry
There are many research institutes in our country that require professionals in the field of chemistry. They are like

  • IOCL
  • ONGC
  • ISRO
  • DRDO
  • NTPC
  • Bhabha Atomic research Centre
  • Advanced Centre for Treatment
  • Research and Education in Cancer
  • Industrial research scientist
  • Food & Drug Inspector etc

Take in students from M.Sc Chemistry very frequently. On top of this, the UPSC, CSIR – UGC, SSC etc carry out entrance exams for the recruitment of qualified candidates into various departments of the government. In addition to this candidates with M.Sc Chemistry can also appear in the Civil Service exams.

Private Sector Jobs:

There are many opportunities for the bright future of students after qualifying M.Sc. in Chemistry which are as follow –

  • Chemist
  • Scientist
  • Pharma Assistant
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Lab Assistant
  • Technical Writer
  • Toxicologist
  • Pharmaceutical Analyst

Teaching Profession in Government Sector after M.Sc in Chemistry
Candidates can seek employment with different universities that are accepted by the government of India. Number of universities like the University of Kerala, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Osmania University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Delhi University etc take in M.Sc chemistry graduates as lecturers if they have cleared NET. Candidates who have a B.Ed degree can go for teaching career in schools. As one might know, an M.Ed degree alongside NET/SLET is required for candidates to apply for teaching posts in Colleges or universities. After securing any of the government jobs, the candidates can later on appear for department tests. This way, they will get promoted into higher positions.

The department comprises a total of 19 well-qualified faculty members most of them have international teaching and post-doctoral research exposure. The faculty team enables to devise and implement modern active learning methods.

Faculty Members