Chemistry Department

About

Established in 1980, the Department of Chemistry comprises of highly competent faculty members. Each faculty member is engaged in different academic and research activities. The faculty members have published a large number of research papers in various journals of national and international repute. The Department is catering to the need of more than 1400 students at UG level. With the introduction of postgraduate (PG) courses in 2010 with intake of 40 students, the Department has acquired new dimensions of qualitative growth. Every year, our students secure places in top ten positions of the merit list of the university. The PG programme focuses on three frontier areas of chemical sciences namely inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.

The Department has four well established laboratories, equipped with modern technologies of analysis for undergraduate and postgraduate students. To highlight the importance of the subject of Chemistry among young students, the department has started organizing different programmes at entry level.

Maharaja Laxman Sen Memorial (MLSM) College, Sundernagar being a constituent college of the proposed Cluster University at the initiative of the ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, the Department proposes to introduce different research courses and establish its own placement cell.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

PSO-1 Graduates with chemistry as one of the subject will have strong foundations in basic principles and theories of the main areas of the organic, inorganic, analytical, physical and biological chemistry and will be able to apply chemical knowledge in many applications.

PSO-2 After completion one will be able to solve problems by identifying the typical parts of a problem and works with a strategy. They could apply appropriate techniques to achieve a solution, correctness and interpretation of calculated results.

PSO-3 Graduates will be able to use computers in data acquisition and processing and use available software as a tool in data analysis. They could use modern library search tools to locate and retrieve scientific information about a topic, chemical, chemical technique, or an issue relating to chemistry.

PSO-4 B.Sc. with Chemistry graduates know proper regulations and procedures for safe handling, storage and use of chemicals. Hence will become eco-friendly and eco-protective, attain an ability to determine hazards associated with carrying out chemical experiments in terms of chemical toxicity, chemical stability and chemical reactivity and be able to find information to enable effective risk assessments to be carried out.

PSO-5 understands the ethical, historic, philosophical, and environmental dimensions of problems.

PSO-6 Graduates will be able to use standard laboratory equipment, modern instrumentation, and classical techniques to carry out experiments, as well as interpretation of data generated in instrumental chemical analyses upon completion of a B. Sc degree with Chemistry.

PSO-7 Learns skills in the employment of common conventions and standards in scientific writing, data presentation, and referencing literature;  numeracy and mathematical skills, including handling data, algebra, functions, trigonometry, calculus, vectors and complex numbers, alongside error analysis, order-of-magnitude estimations, systematic use of scientific units and different types of data presentation.

CHEMISTRY (B. Sc. PHYSICAL SCIENCE) DETAILED STRUCTURE.

Paper Code Paper Title Credit ESE CCA Max.Mark Exam.Duration Hours

 

First Semester

 

 

 

 

 

Core course-1

CHEM CC 101

Atomic Structure, Bonding, General Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM CC 101P

 

Atomic Structure, Bonding, General Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons Lab

2

20

-

20

3

Ability Enhancement Course – 1(Compulsory)

 

English/Hindi(Communication) Environmental Science

4

80

20

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

 

Second semester

 

 

 

 

 

Core course-2

CHEM CC 202

Chemical Energetics, Equilibria &

Functional Group  Organic Chemistry

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM CC 202 P 

Chemical Energetics, Equilibria &

Functional Group  Organic Chemistry Lab.

2

20

-

20

3

Ability

Enhancement

Course-2

(Compulsory)

 

English/Hindi(Communication) Environmental Science

4

80

20

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

 

Third semester

 

 

 

 

 

Core course-3

CHEM CC 303

Solutions, Phase Equilibria ,

Conductance, Electrochemistry &

Organic Chemistry 

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM CC 303 P

Solutions, Phase Equilibria ,

Conductance, Electrochemistry &

Organic Chemistry  Lab.

2

20

-

20

3

Skill Enhancement Course -1

CHEM SEC 301

OR

CHEM SEC 302

 

Basic Analytical Chemistry

OR

Fuel Chemistry& Chemistry of Cosmetics and  Perfumes

 

4

70

30

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

 

Fourth Semester

 

 

 

 

 

Core course-4

CHEM CC 404

Coordination  Chemistry,  States

Matter & Chemical Kinetics

 

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM CC 404 P

 

Coordination  Chemistry,  States

Matter & Chemical Kinetics Lab

2

20

-

20

3

Skill Enhancement Course -2

CHEM SEC 402

 

 

Fuel Chemistry&

Chemistry of Cosmetics and  Perfumes

 

4

70

30

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

 

Fifth semester

 

 

 

 

 

Discipline Specific elective Course-1

CHEM DSE 501

OR

CHEM DSE 502

OR

CHEM DSE 503

Polymer Chemistry

OR

Industrial Chemical and Environment

OR

Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy & Photochemistry

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM DSE 501P

OR

CHEM DSE  502 P

OR

CHEM DSE  503 P

Polymer Chemistry Lab

OR

Industrial Chemical and Environment   Lab

OR

Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy &

Photochemistry Lab.

2

20

-

20

3

Skill Enhancement Course -3

CHEMSEC503

 

Chemical Tech. & Society and Bus. Skills

For Chemistry.

 

4

70

30

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

 

Sixth Semester

 

 

 

 

 

Discipline Specific elective Course-2

CHEM DSE 604

OR

CHEM DSE605

OR

CHEM DSE 606

Chemistry of Main group Elements, Theories of acids and Bases

OR

Organometallic, Bioinorganic Chemistry,  Polynuclear Hydrocarbons and UV, IR

Spectroscopy

OR

Molecules of Life

4

50

30

80

3

CHEM DSE 604 P

OR

CHEM DSE605 P

OR

CHEM DSE606 P

Chemistry of Main group Elements, Theories of acids and Bases Lab.

OR

Organometallic, Bioinorganic Chemistry,

Polynuclear Hydrocarbons and UV, IR Spectroscopy Lab.

OR

Molecules of Life Lab

2

20

-

20

3

Skill Enhancement Course -4

CHEM SEC603

OR

CHEM SEC604

 

 

Chemical technology & society  

and  

Business skills for chemistry

OR

Pesticide Chemistry & Pharmaceutical

Chemistry)

 

4

70

30

100

3

Total

 

10

 

 

200

 

Total semester I-VI

 

60

 

 

1200

 

CRITERA FOR CCA

a) Assignment/quiz/Seminar/Model/Mid-Term Examination (25 Marks)

b) Attendance marks on the basis of Class-room attendance (0 - 5 marks)

i. Attendance 75 -- 80% = 3 marks

ii. Attendance 81 – 90 % = 4 marks

iii. Attendance 91% and above = 5 marks

iv. Candidates securing 75% Attendance after condonation will not be entitled to get any mark.

Each Skill Enhancement courses CCA will be of 20 marks.

a) Assignment/quiz/Seminar/Model/Mid-Term Examination (15 Marks)

Attendance marks on the basis of Class-room attendance (0 - 5 marks) as same as above.

B.Sc. COURSE WISE OUTCOMES

Paper Code

Paper Title

Course outcome

CHEM CC 101

CORE

COURSE-1 

 

 

 

Atomic Structure, Bonding, General

Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons

 

·      Knows about Atomic structure quantum model. Bohrs Theory and its limitations, Schrodinger Wave Equation and its function, quantum numbers. Slater rules and its applications and limitations.

·      Lattice energy and its application, Born-Haber cycle and its application. Shapes of molecules on the basis of valence bond theory and valence shell electron pair repulsion theory.

·      Explains ionic and covalent bonding with VBT and VESPER Theory and

·      Detailed description of Molecular orbital theory with homonuclear and heteronuclear diatomic molecules.

·      Physical effects and electronic displacement in organic molecules.

·      Reactive intermediates.

·      Conformational, optical and geometrical type of stereoisomerism and assignment of configuration

·      Preparation reaction and structure of alkenes, alkenes and alkynes.

·      Students will also know and recall the fundamental principles of organic chemistry that include chemical bonding, nomenclature, structural isomerism, stereochemistry, chemical reactions and mechanism.

CHEM CC 101

PRACTICAL

CORE COURSE-1

 

Atomic Structure, Bonding, General

Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons Lab

 

·      Experimentally performs volumetric determination by neutrallsiation and redox titrations this provokes analytical skills in students.

·      In organic qualitative analysis to detect the extra element nitrogen, sulphur and halogens present in the organic compound

·      To separate the mixture by chromatography prepares students to learn separations using this technique in industrial as well as medical areas.

·      Students will employ critical thinking to carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments. They will demonstrate proficiency in the use of appropriate instrumentation to collect and record data from chemical experiments.

Ability Enhancement

Compulsory Course -I

English/Hindi(Communication)/Environmental Science

These courses are the courses based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement. And are value-based and/or skill-based and are aimed at providing hands-on-training, competencies, skills etc. in English and/Hindi and Environment science.

 

CHEM CC 202

CORE COURSE -2

Chemical Energetics, Equilibria &

Functional Group  Organic Chemistry

·      Basic laws and principles of Thermodynamics make students to understand working of engines, machines, radiators and also different types of power plants.

·      Detailed description of chemical equilibrium, Concepts of weak and strong electrolyte and Buffer solution impart insight to understand solution chemical properties.                                             

·      Preparation, Chemical reaction, chemical properties and electrophilic substitution of aromatic hydrocarbon.

·      Prepration and chemical reaction of Alkyl halide, alcohol and phenol, aldehydes and ketones root into the understanding of their physical and chemical properties.

CHEM CC202

PRACTICAl

CORE COURSE -2  

 

 

Chemical Energetics, Equilibria &

Functional Group  Organic Chemistry Lab.

·      Enthalpy of neutralization of HCl with NaOH, ionization of acetic acid and hydration of copper sulpohate.

·      Heat capacity of calorimeter.

·      The students develop keen interest in the basic concepts of thermodynamics.

·      To determine the pH   value of different solution using pH-meter and preparation of the buffer solution, measurement of their pH- values imbibes the deep knowledge of pH and its role in our daily life.

·      The synthesis and purification of the organic compounds by crystallization and distillation are designed to develop synthetic and purification skills in students.

Ability Enhancement

Compulsory Course -II

English/Hindi(Communication)/Environmental Science

These courses are the courses based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement. And are value-based and/or skill-based and are aimed at providing hands-on-training, competencies, skills etc. in English and/Hindi and Environment science.

CHEM CC 303

CORE COURSE -3

Solutions, Phase Equilibria ,

Conductance, Electrochemistry &

Organic Chemistry 

·         Using concepts of distribution law & phase equilibrium able to describe one or multi component system, salt hydrolysis, distribution indicator and also extraction of metal from its ores.

·         Study Basic concepts and applications of electrochemistry.

·         Study preparations, physical and chemical properties of carboxylic acids, their derivatives, amines and diazonium salt.

·         Understand ideal and non ideal solutions as well as the basic concept in phase equilibrium.

·          Know about different type of conductometric and potentiometric titration.

CHEM CC 303 PRACTICAl

CORE COURSE-3 

Solutions, Phase Equilibria ,

Conductance, Electrochemistry &

Organic Chemistry  Lab.

·      Study of distribution law and its applications.

·      To determine cell constant and equivalent conductance of weak acids

·      To perform conductometric  and potentiometric titrations

·      To estimate the given functional group present in an organic compound qualitatively.

·      With the help of these experiments students come to know about the advantage of conductometric and potentiometric titrations over visually performed titrations.

·      They can analyze the given organic functional group present in an organic compound qualitatively.

Skill Enhancement

 Course I

CHEM SEC 301

OR

CHEM SEC 302

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basic Analytical Chemistry

OR

Fuel Chemistry& Chemistry of Cosmetics and  Perfumes

OR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basic Analytical Chemistry( CHEM SEC 301)

·      Skill enhancement course are designed to increase the mental and experimental skills of students in chemistry.

·      Students know the analysis methods and analytical principles.

·      This course develops the analytical thinking and awareness, includes basic analytical terms and its applications to soil, food and environment.

·      A part of this course develops industrial skills and awareness regarding adulterations, contaminants and pollutants etc.

 

Fuel Chemistry& Chemistry of Cosmetics and Perfumes

(CHEM SEC 302)

·         The course includes the chemistry of fuel, cosmetics and perfumes. Students will come to know the different chemical aspects of these commercial products.

·         Study about synthesis and refining of petrochemical fuel and lubricants.

·         Graduates will create knowledge of cosmetics and perfume synthesis and their uses. 

 

CHEM CC 404

CORE COURSE-4 

 

Coordination  Chemistry,  States

Matter & Chemical Kinetics

·      General group trends within transition elements, lanthanides and actinides.

·      Detail description of Valence Bond, Crystal Field Theory, with special reference with C No. 4 and 6. 

·      Transition elements play a crucial role in industrial catalytic processes that are required to produce substances and new materials at a rate far exceeding that of natural chemical reactions.

·      Detail description of Chemical Kinetics. Theories of Reaction Rates and their comparison.

CHEM CC 404 PRACTICAL

CORE COURSE-4 

 

Coordination  Chemistry,  States

Matter & Chemical Kinetics Lab

CHEM CC 404

·      Semi-micro qualitative analysis of inorganic mixture.

·      Gravimetric estimation of metal ion.

·      Detail description of colorimetric, complexometric titrations and measurement of surface tension and viscosity.

·      Experimental study of chemical kinetics.

·      From this lab course students learn about analysis of unknown inorganic compounds, gravimetric estimation of metal ion, colorimetric, complexometric titration.

·      They also got knowledge about measurements of surface tension and viscosity and experimental study of kinetics of reaction by different methods.

SEC-2

CHEM SEC 402

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuel Chemistry&

Chemistry of Cosmetics and  Perfumes

 

 

 

 

 

Fuel Chemistry& Chemistry of Cosmetics and  Perfumes(CHEM SEC)

 

·         The course includes the chemistry of fuel, cosmetics and perfumes. Students will come to know the different chemical aspects of these commercial products.

·         Study about synthesis and refining of petrochemical fuel and lubricants.

·         Graduates will create knowledge of cosmetics and perfume synthesis and their uses. 

·      of cubic and biquadrate’s.

CHEM DSE-1 COURSE 501

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  COURSE 502

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  COURSE 503

Polymer Chemistry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Industrial Chemical and Environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy &

Photochemistry

Polymer  Chemistry(501)

·      Classification and nomenclature chemical bonding and formation of polymers

·      Polymerization process functionality and texture of polymers. Bi and poly functional system.

·      Mechanism and kinetic of different types of polymerization and co polymerization, Detail description of crystallizations and crystallinity

·      Nature and structure of polymers and their properties.

·      Determination, distribution and significance of molecular weight of polymers.

·      Detail description of glass transition temperature

·      Detail description of polymer solution.

·      Physical, thermal flow and mechanical properties of polymers

·      Brief introduction, to preparation structure and properties application of various types of polymers.

·      Polymers are used in broad range of industries such as textiles; packaging, stationary, plastics, air craft, ropes, toys and construction to date the importance of polymer have been much more highlighted because of their application in different dominions of sciences technologies and industries for basic uses to biopolymers and therapeutics polymers.

OR

CHEM DSC. 502

·      This course develops skill to handle, use and storage of chemicals. Also create a alertness about the chemical toxicity and hazards.

·      Postgraduates learn the processes and principles involved in industrial metallurgy, pollution control.

·      The key notion of the environmental issues in chemical way is filled in this course.

·      There is also a brief introduction to biocatalysis and green chemistry and their role in industry.

OR

(CHEM DSE 503)

·      To understand the basic concepts of quantum chemistry

·      Introduction to spectroscopy and various types of spectra involved in it.

·      Concept of fluorescence and phosphorescence

·      Characteristics of electromagnetic radiation

·      Students become able to understand the spectroscopy which is of useful significance to elucidate structure determination.

·       They got about the concept of quantum yield, vibrations and energy transfer processes is excited states of molecules. Knowledge of quantum mechanics and its application is of extreme importance to scientists.

CHEM DSE  COURSE 501 P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  COURSE 502 P

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  COURSE 503 P

 

Polymer Chemistry Lab

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Industrial Chemical and Environment   Lab

 

 

 

OR

Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy &

Photochemistry Lab.

Chem. DSE. course-501 P

·      Polymer Synthesis & Characterization.

·      Determination of molecular weight by different methods.

·      Polymer synthesis provides a root to the formation of plastics, biosynthesis of proteins and highly polymeric carbohydrates.

·      Polymer Characterization is important for the synthesis of new materials their evaluation and improvement in performance.

OR

CHEM DSE 502 P

·      With the help of these experiments students become able to understand how to estimate the DO, COD, BOD. They can estimate the alkalinity of water using double titration methods.

OR

CHEM DSE 503 (P)

·      Students become able to apply the spectroscopy techniques. They can prove the validation of beers law experimentally and also apply the kinetics processes inn acidic medium.

CHEM DSE 604 COURSe-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  605 COURSE-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  606

Chemistry of Main group Elements,

Theories of acids and Bases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Organometallic, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Polynuclear Hydrocarbons and UV, IR

Spectroscopy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Molecules of Life

CHEM DSE 604

·      Basic concepts about acids and bases, HSAB concept and its application, Relative strength of acid and bases and effects of solvents and substituent on them.

·      Students become able to distinguish or classify the acidic and basic strength of different acids and bases respectively they come to know about anomalous behavior of hydrogen and its position and anomaly.

·      General Trends and characteristics of s and p block elements including detailed description of various properties.

·      Preparation properties and structure of important compound of noble gases.

OR

CHEM DSE-605

·      Preparation, Classification of organometallic compound, detail description of metal carbonyls.

·      Introduction to bioinorganic chemistry, role of metal ions in biological system and stabilization of protein structure.

·      Understand hetronuclear chemistry involving aromatic compound, their properties

·      Application of UV, IR spectroscopy in organic molecules to characterize organic molecules.

OR

CHEM DSE 606

·      Detail description of Carbohydrates, amino acids and Lipids.          

·      Mechanism and factors affecting enzyme action and their specificity. Coenzymes and cofactors and their role in biological reactions. Enzyme inhibitors and their importance. Detail description of drug action.

·      Components of nucleic acids structure of polynucleotides. Biological roles of DNA and RNA. Detail description of concept of energy in biosystems.       

CHEM DSE  604 P

 

 

 

 

OR

CHEM DSE  605 P

 

 

 

 

OR

 

CHEM DSE  606 P

Chemistry of Main group Elements,

Theories of acids and Bases Lab

 

OR

 

Organometallic, Bioinorganic Chemistry,

Polynuclear Hydrocarbons and UV, IR

Spectroscopy Lab

 

 

OR

 

Molecules of Life Lab

CHEM DSE 604 (P)

·      Students come to know about the quantitative analysis including both volumetrically and gravimetrically. They come to know how to synthesize inorganic compounds and also demonstrate their spectra.

OR

CHEM DSE-605 P

·      Become able to detect the given function group present in organic compound by qualitative analysis. Able to separate ion and mixture by the use of chromatographic technique. Able to prepare complexes and measure their conductivity.

OR

CHEM DSE606 P

·      From this lab course, students learn about separation studies of biomolecules, determination of quality of oil/fat.

·      With the help of differentiation and extraction methods, students learn about different chemical reaction and enzymatic action of carbohydrates.

Skill Enhancement Course- IV Chemistry CHEM SEC 603

 

 

 

OR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEM SEC

604

 

 

 

Chemistry

Chemical Tech. & Society and Business Skills

for Chemistry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OR

Pesticide Chemistry & Pharmaceutical

Chemistry

CHEM SEC -603

Chemical Technology and Society and Business skill for Chemist.

·      Introduction to clean technology and scope of different types of equipment needed in chemical industries.

·      Exploration of societal, technological issues, chemical and scientific literacy.

·      Basic of business like business plans, market need and project management.

·      Role of chemistry in India and Global economies

·      Current challenges and opportunities for chemistry

·      Financial aspects of business with case studies

·      Concept of intellectual property and patents

·      Apply the knowledge in current challenges and opportunities for chemistry.

OR

CHEM SEC 604

·      Introduction to pesticides, benefits and adverse effects of pesticides, structure activity relationship in pesticides; can easily be recognized by knowing about them.

·      Synthesis uses of pesticides in organochlorines, organophosphates, carbamates, anillides and quinines.

·      Synthesis of various classes of drugs, design and development.

·      They come to know about synthesis of some vitamins

Faculty

Name : Dr. P. K. Jamwal

Email : jamwal8@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 0

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D
Name : Dr. Jitendra Gandhi (Head of Department)

Email : drjitendragandhi@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418582814

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Name : Dr. C. P. Kaushal

Email : cpkaushal54@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418075020

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Name : Dr. Sudhir Sharma

Email : sudhirsharma072@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418300029

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Name : Mr. Hem Suman Jamwal

Email : hemsumanjamwal@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418187531

Qualification : M.Sc. M. Phil. Ph.D. (Pursuing) NET
Name : Mr. Naresh Kumar

Email : vermank81@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418964805

Qualification : M.Sc. M. Phil PGDAAC, SET
Name : Ms. Vandana Sethi

Email : towithvannasethi@yahoo.co.in

Mobile No. : 00

Qualification : M.Sc., SET
Name : Dr. (Mrs.) Rajni Malhotra

Email : rajni.chem@yahoo.co.in

Mobile No. : 9418104557

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Name : Dr. Sonika Sharma

Email : sonikasharmahpu@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9459742944

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET, (CSIR—NET)
Name : Dr. Vandana Sharma

Email : vandnachem@yahoo.co.in

Mobile No. : 9418114531

Qualification : M. Sc. M. Phil., Ph. D.
Name : Dr. Neha Sen

Email : neharikasen007@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 8263917873

Qualification : M. Sc. M. Phil., Ph. D.
Name : Mr. Vivek Sharma

Email : viveksharma.ghs@gmail.com

Mobile No. : 9418143810

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil.
Name : Dr. Vandana Sharma

Email : vanne.chem@yahoo.in

Mobile No. : 0988212197

Qualification : M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D

Notice

Datesheet of M.Sc. Chemistry Download File.. Dated : Nov 06, 2017
 
Candidates called for Counselling of M.Sc. Chemistry to be held on 18-07-2017 Download File.. Dated : Jul 17, 2017
 

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Labs

The Department of Chemistry has well established laboratories separately for undergraduate and postgraduate students. It possesses two general laboratories for UG students and one general lab for PG students. The Department has also a well equipped instrumentation laboratory for PG students consisting of sophisticated instruments like Spectrophotometer, Polarimeter, Flame photometer, Conductometer, pH meter, Potentiometer and Refractometer etc.

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