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B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.) | Chemistry

Duration : 3 yrs. (6 Semesters)

The Department of Science in MM(DU) offers B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.) stands out owing to its quality of teaching, practical pedagogy, and mentoring by our expert faculty. This degree embraces a comprehensive and extensive approach to introducing Science students to the wide realm of the Chemistry corporate world in a real-life context. It is one of the industry-aligned undergraduate degree which gives the students a chance to acquire practical knowledge and a professional approach to chemistry that will make them valuable and more employable in Chemical, Pharmaceutical & related industries.

Programme Objective

  • To impart the imperative concepts of chemistry and its applications at Undergraduate level.
  • To enable the students to reveal comprehensive acquaintance in Chemistry and its communal applications.
  • To prepare the potential scholars for required intellectual and laboratory skills.
  • To encourage the students for higher studies, better job opportunities and to fulfill the present requirements of industry.

Programme Outcome

  • Strong foundation in the fundamental and applications of current chemical and scientific theories including those in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, Physical & Biological Chemistry.
  • Understanding of safe handling of chemicals, environmental issues and key issues facing our society in terms of energy, health and medicine
  • Helping the students in designing and carrying out scientific experiments as well as  record and analyze the results of such experiments accurately.


PLacement Highlights


1st Semester

The course provides an overview of fundamental topics in inorganic chemistry. After successful completion of the course, the students will be able to illustrate the explanation of atomic structure, evaluate the periodic properties of elements and estimate types of chemical bonding.

The course illustrates various types of inorganic titrations describing difference between an end point and the equivalence point. On successful completion of the course students will be able to develop expertise relevant to the inorganic titrations.

The course describes various states of matter in terms of solid, liquid, gaseous, allotropism, describes and performs calculations with gas laws. On satisfying the requirements of this course, students will learn the difference between solid, liquid and gases and will understand that states of matter change by adding or removing energy.

The aim of practical course is to varify some important principles in physical chemistry and to determine various physical properties. On completion of the course,  Students will develop skills to handle the basic scientific instruments.

2nd Semester

To impart the students a thorough knowledge about the chemistry of some selected functional groups with a view to develop proper aptitude towards the study of organic compounds. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge to understand and study organic compounds and their reaction mechanisms.

The course will cover basic skills in the techniques of M.Pt. and B.Pt. determination and chromatography. The students will be able to know separation and purification of organic compounds, melting and boiling point determination and  paper chromatography.

The aim of this course is to know the basic concepts in thermodynamics and to learn the thermodynamic aspects of various processes and reactions. The students will be able to understand different aspects of thermodynamics and its applications.

The objective of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to develop skills in doing experiments in thermochemistry. On successful completion of the course, the students will be able to derive some thermochemical equations.

3rd Semester

To impart advanced knowledge of representative elements of the periodic table. The students will acquire knowledge of the essential elements required for all living organisms.

To develop skills in the synthesis and quantitative analysis by doing titrations in different branches of inorganic chemistry. At the end of course, the students will have an expertise in advanced titrimetric methods of analysis and inorganic preparations.

To impart students a knowledge about the mechanisms of reactions of oxygen containing functional groups in organic compounds. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge about different functional groups present in organic compounds.

To gain the skills in identification of the organic compounds and their synthesis. Completion of the course will provide students a training for systematic qualitative analysis and preparation of simple organic compounds.

To provide an insight into the kinetic aspects of chemical reactions and phase equilibria. Students will be able to learn different theories of reaction rates and factors affecting rates and calculation of properties of solutions from phase diagrams.

To gain the skills in doing experiments in kinetics and phase rule and also enabling students to prepare data. To derive some rate equations and to study the behaviour of phase diagrams.

The course intends to impart knowledge about the chemistry and importance of fuels. The students will be able to discuss various petroleum , non-petroleum and green fuels.

This course includes experiments related with thermal physics and statistical physics.

4th Semester

To understand the chemistry of transition elements, Lanthanoids and Actinoids, Coordination chemistry, Carbonyl group chemistry, Chemical equilibria and Solution Chemistry. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge of structure and bonding of important coordination compounds and will be able to understand the magnetic properties of complexes.

To provide a scientific skilled hand in quantitative analysis and preparative techniques. The students will acquire practical skills in inorganic quantitative analysis.

The course gives a broad introduction to heterocyclic chemistry. Emphasis is given on the most important heterocyclic systems, such as pyridines, quinolines, isoquinolines, pyrroles, furanes, tiophenes, indoles, pyrimidines, purines, imidazoles, aziridines and oxiranes. The course aims at giving a fundamental theoretical understanding of heterocyclic chemistry, including alternative general methods for ring synthesis and application of such methods for the preparation of specific groups of heterocyclic systems. The student will get familiar with particular properties and reactions for the most important heterocycles as well as different systems of nomenclature.

The students will get training for systematic qualitative analysis of simple organic compounds. To provide a scientific skilled hand in qualitative organic analysis.

To learn important aspects of electrochemistry and electromagnetic properties of molecules. The course will allow students to gain necessary basic knowledge in order to understand, analyze and solve problems related to electrochemical processes.

Aim of the course is to aquire knowledge about the applications of electrochemistry in the fields of fuel cells, batteries, electrolytic processes and electrochemical corrosion. The participants will gain basic abilities in calculations on electrochemical systems and in expeimental methods in electrochemistry.

The course is aimed to Learn about properties of active ingredients in cosmetics and perfumes. Completion of the course will allow students to identify chemical composition of cosmetics.

This course includes experiments related to interference, diffraction and polarization.
5th Semester

The course provides an introduction of the molecules playing a key role in biological processes of life and includes Carbohydrates , proteins, lipids, nucleic acids etc. and their functions. Examples during learning will be drawn from both plants and animals. On satisfying the requirements of this course, students will have the knowledge of the relationship between chemistry and various molecules of life . The students will be able to discuss the elementary biochemistry of the molecules of life and  relationship between the structure and functions of biomolecules.

The aim of practical course is to cover aspects of the chemistry of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids. On completion of the course,  Students will have the knowledge and skills to identify the different biomolecules, their nature and properties. The students will be able to accurately record the experimental data and its use to synthesis written reports to present the data meaningfully and discuss significance of results.

This course intends to enlighten the students the basic postulates of quantum mechanics and also enables the students to solve the simple quantum mechanical models.Also the course is aimed to provide basic principles of different techniques employed in molecular spectroscopy. Students will gain an understanding of the difference between classical and   quantum mechanics, how to interperate spectra and molecular level critical thinking skills.

To study the origin, instrumentation and important applications of UV-VIS spectroscopy. On successful completion of the course, the students will be able to work on spectrophotometer and colourimeter. They will aquire knowledge to develop analytical methods and their applications.

The students will understand the fundamentals of principles of analytical chemistry and chromatographic techniques. In this introductory course, the students will acquire knowledge of the basic concepts of analytical chemistry and its applications.

This course develops knowledge, experience and skills related to a variety of mainstream instrumental techniques in areas of spectroscopy and separation science. The paper provides practical experience in selected instrumental methods of analysis.

The course aims to introduce the fundamentals of process development in chemical industries and affected environmental parameters. The course provides basic knowledge of chemical process development principles affecting environment.

The course demonstrates knowledge of science behind common impurities in environmental resources and methods to treat them. The course appreciates the need and importance of chemistry for industrial and domestic use.

6th Semester

The course gives a thorough introduction to organometallic chemistry with a focus on the transition metals. The course starts with fundamental molecular properties and gradually develops this to practical applied catalysis. The application of organometallics in catalysis is highlighted with selected important industrial processes.

To provide scientific skills to the students in qualitative mixture analysis. In this practical course, the students will acquire practical skills in inorganic qualitative analysis.

To get deep insight into the various spectroscopic methods used for the characterization of organic compounds and to study the important applications of UV, IR and NMR techniques. The course will enable the students to elucidate structures of compounds by analysing the spectral data.

To learn the synthetic protocols, identification and purification of organic compounds by qualitative analysis. The students will enable the students in synthesis, analysis and extraction of a variety of organic compounds.

To familiarize participants with basic of research and the research process. At the end of this course, the students should be able to understand some basic concepts of research and its methodologies , identify appropriate research topics , select and define appropriate research problem and parameters , prepare a project proposal (to undertake a project) , organize and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner and write a research report and thesis.

The subject provides an introduction to polymer science with respect to synthesis, polymerization kinetics and network formation/ conformation and transitions from liquid (melt, solutions) to solid (polymer crystals and glass) states.  Students will be able to understand the relationships between polymer molecular weight, molecular weight distribution, and the properties of polymeric materials.

The course is aimed to check Polymer purification, preparation, molecular weight determination and analysis of mechanical strength of polymers. Students will demonstrate an ability to distinguish different polymerization reactions and their mechanisms/kinetics and learn how actual polymerization is performed in the laboratory. Students will also be able to analyze polymerization data and predict the conversion and molecular weight, which will lead to critical thinking about how to improve the setup for better polymerization.

Eligibility Criteria

Duration: 3 yrs.

The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) with Non-Medical/Medical Subject or an equivalent Examination with at least five subjects including English as one of the subject from a recognized Board/University shall be eligible to join the First semester of B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.) course.


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Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.)
40,000 -


  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Merit Scholarships

(Scholarships on the basis of % of Marks in Qualifying Exam)

% Marks Scholarship Criteria (% Tuition Fee Waiver)
90% & above 100%
80 to 89.99% 40%
70 to 79.99% 30%
60 to 69.99% 20%

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