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Duration : 2 yrs. (4 Semesters)

M.Sc. in Chemistry is designed as per UGC norms considering Choice Based Credit System. This course is provided with specialization in Inorganic, Physical and Organic Chemistry. The Program is offered in such a way that students from any combination in B.Sc., can opt for M.Sc. in chemistry. The syllabus is developed keeping in view the requirement of present scenario in industries, pharmaceuticals and R&D labs. For this purpose industrial training and research-based projects have been included in our curriculum. It also enhances their analytical ability and problem-solving approach. The students are continuously evaluated through class tests, assignments, class performance, seminars quizzes etc. throughout the semester.

Programme Objective

  • To inculcate fundamental concepts of Chemistry and their applications at the postgraduate level (M. Sc. Organic, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry)
  • To meet the global challenges postgraduate students will go through summer/industrial training after the second semester.
  • To impart professional-level knowledge and expertise to students in their chosen area of specialization. A supervisory committee, chaired by the major professor assesses the progress in coursework and provides guidance for future goals.
  • To guide the students to carry out further innovation, and research in the field of Organic, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry.

Programme Outcome

  • Strong foundation in the fundamentals and application of current chemical and scientific theories including those in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic and Physical & Biological Chemistry.
  • An understanding of major concepts, theoretical principles and experimental findings in chemistry.
  • Gaining the ability to employ critical thinking and efficient problem-solving skills in the four basic areas of chemistry (Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical).

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Curriculum

1st Semester

This paper helps to impart knowledge of  molecular symmetry and Group Theory, Electronic Structure, Spectra Spin and magnetism of Transition Metal complexes,  Metal-Ligand Bonding and Metal π-complexes.

This paper helps to impart advanced knowledge of  nature of bonding in Organic molecules,reactive Intermediates, reaction mechanism, structure and reactivity, aliphatic nucleophilic substitution  and aliphatic electrophilic substitution of  organic compounds.

This paper helps to impart knowledge of Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Surface chemistry and knowledge of Quantum chemistry and there applications in chemical and physical properties of molecules and materials.

This paper helps to introduce structure, function and organization of various bio-molecules present in the living cell./ To study Vectors, Matrices and Determinants, Logarithm, Graphical Representation of Equations, Partial Differentiation, Differential Calculus .

This paper helps to study the synthesis of inorganic complexes and their characterization with instrumental techniques.

This paper aims to develop experimental skills of various separation and purification techniques in organic chemistry

This practical paper helps students to have hand-on experiences of techniques for verifying physical and chemical properties.

2nd Semester

This paper explains the importance of Chemistry of Lanthanides and Actinides, Metal ions in biology, Molecular mechanism of ion transport across membrane, Ionophores, Photosynthesis, Photo system I and Photo system II, nitrogen fixation, oxygen uptake proteins, cytochromes, and ferrodoxins. Also the paper in detail includes a study of various nuclear processes and the mechanisms involved in the reactions of transition metal complexes.

This paper imparts knowledge of mechanisms of Aromatic Electrophilic substitution, Aromatic Nucleophilic substitution, Free Radicals, Elimination reactions, Neighbouring group participation, Carbocation rearrangement, Addition to Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bond, Addition to Carbon-Heteroatom Multiple Bond in organic chemistry.

The main objective of this paper to impart good knowledge of electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, Quantum mechanics, and Molecular and Raman spectroscopy.

This paper helps the students to have sound  knowledge of spectroscopic techniques (UV, IR, NMR, 13C and Mass) for structural analysis of organic compounds.

This practical paper teaches the synthesis of inorganic complexes and their characterization with instrumental techniques.

This practical paper helps the students to have sound  knowledge of laboratory techniques for organic synthesis and characterization.

This lab covers different techniques of titration viz. conductometry: Potentiometry/ pH metry(and experiments based on the physical properties of) Viscosity,  Chemical Kinetics, Spectrophotometry and Calorimetry.

*The students will be required to undergo six week industrial/research training after completion of second semester examinations.
3rd Semester

To get an overview about chemistry of non-transition elements. To give students a comprehensive understanding of the stereochemistry and bonding in main group compounds. To have an idea about the metal-ligand equilibria in solution. To develop interest in the field of organometallic chemistry.

To know the different types of concerted reactions in organic chemistry and orbital correlation diagram. Students will be provided with detail of cycloaddition, electrocyclic and sigmatropic rearrangement reactions. They will be familiarized with the important photochemical reactions in Organic Chemistry. They will be given insight into the application part of photochemistry.

The course intends to impart knowledge on advanced concepts of electrochemistry. Students learn about the batteries and fuel cell, types of polarization etc. To impart student the knowledge of principle and mechanism of corrosion. To understand about micelles and emulsions. Students will get exposure of the understanding of liquid-gas and liquid interfaces and electrical double layer.

The objective of this course is to provide an opportunity to develop understanding of reagents used in organic synthesis. To study the detail of some rearrangement reactions. To learn the chemistry of aliphatic and aromatic heterocyclic compounds.

The objective of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to develop skills in doing experiments of separation and determination of two metal ions involving volumetric and gravimetric methods. The students will also develop skills in quantitative analysis of elements or groups in the complexes, mixtures, ores and alloys.

To develop skills in the systematic analysis of a binary organic mixture. To analyse these organic mixtures and confirm their structures. To provide the skill to extract the organic compounds from some natural source.

The student will learn the technique of drawing binary and ternary phase diagram. They will get hand on experience of analyzing rate constant of some reactions. To perform some experiments on refractrometry. To learn some experiments based on complexometry, viscometry and spectrophotometry.

The main the objective of summer training are to provide professional view of real world working environment and allow the students to relate the theories in real organisation, explore various new technologies, understand the corporate strategies, which finally gives the job opportunitie.In nutshell summer training allows the students to think out of box and motivate for innovations.

4th Semester

To impart the students a thorough knowledge about precision, accuracy and errors in the analytical data. To study the principle, instrumentation and applications of atomic absorption spectroscopy. To study in detail the different separation techniques and electroanalytical methods. To learn about the theory, principle and applications of TGA, DTA, DSC, TEM, SEM and AFM.

The course provides an overview of the fundamental of computers. The student will learn the chemstatistics, programming in C language. They will learn about the applications of computer in chemistry. The aim is to provide the basic knowledge of computer application and internet.

The aim is to develop in depth understanding of radioactivity. To provide an understanding of the nuclear reactions, detection and measurement of radioactivity. The students will learn about the typical applications of radioisotopes as tracers and uses of nuclear radiation.


To cater for the diverse interest, abilities and need of students, an elective organic subjects is included in the curriculum. These subjects aim to impart depth knowledge of some compulsory topics, or advance applications of certain areas of study. Some possible choices are bio-organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry.


This laboratory provides the basic and advance concepts of classical thermodynamics. This lab covers different techniques of titration viz.conductometry:Potentiometry/pH,ChemicalKinetics,Spectrophotometry and Calorimetry. To understand the concept of general theories of non-equilibrium thermodynamics. In advanced kinetics students will learn about the activated complex theory of reaction rates, thermodynamic aspects of reaction rates and kinetics of fast reaction.

The aim of this course is to impart knowledge in the field of inorganic chemistry of biological systems. To understand the role and function of metalloenzymes. To learn the concept of electron transfer, photosynthesis and respiration. To study the role of Na+ and K+, Mg+2 and Ca+2 in biological systems.


To cater for the diverse interest, abilities and need of students, an elective organic subjects is included in the curriculum. These subjects aim to impart depth knowledge of some compulsory topics, or advance applications of certain areas of study. Some possible choices are chemistry of natural products and disconnection approach chemistry and protecting group chemistry


This lab covers different techniques to provide students with an opportunity to develop experimental skills related to flame photometry. They will also get an opportunity to learn experiments based on solubility product. They will also have hand on experience of descending chromatography, ion exchange chromatography and TLC. To determine the viscosity and surface tension of the unknown liquids. To study some binary mixtures spectrophotometrically.

In today's Era of computers, It provides a stimulating learning environment. computer Simulation and data reduction Programs assist in solving chemical Problems like  calculation of structure & properties of molecules etc.

A Master of Science in Chemistry is an area of study that has an extensive range of career or professional opportunities. Student can choose for teaching jobs, Can work in pharmaceuticals companies, Laboratories, Research Centers. For the same purpose research projcts hae been introduce at M.Sc. Level. Projects in MSc can provide an excellent opportunity to the students to enhance their research abilities, report writing and critical thinking.

The aim of this course is to provide the experimental skills on instrumental techniques. Students will be provided training on spectrophotometric determinations, conductometric titrations, pH-metry/potentiometric analysis and flame photometry. / This lab give the Knowledge of the principle and handling of pH meter, Potentiometer, conductivitymeter, UV-spectrophotometer and viscometer,stalagmometeretc to the students and make them able to plot accurate graphs of the desired scale for the calculations.

The course impart practical skills on syntheses of the given inorganic complexes and their characterization using techniques/methods such as elemental analysis, conductance measurement, magnetic susceptibility measurements, infrared, UV, EPR, visible and mossbauer spectra etc. /

This lab give the Knowledge of the principle and handling of Flame photometer to the students and make them able to analyze even the trace quantities of different metals (Na, Ca, K etc) present in a sample.

Eligibility Criteria

Duration: 2 yrs.

(i) B.Sc (Hons.) in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate from any recognized University
OR
(ii) B.Sc in full subjects with (Hons.) in the concerned subject, obtaining at least 50% marks in aggregate of Hons. An examination from any recognized University
OR
(iii) B.Sc. with concerned subject securing at least 50% marks in aggregate from any recognized University
OR
(iv) BA with Mathematics as one of the main subject (for M.Sc. Mathematics only) securing at least 50% marks in aggregate from any recognized University.

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Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
M.Sc. in Chemistry
40,000 5,000
2,500

Note:

  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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