Program Code

SAS-14

Level

Post Graduate

Duration

2 Years

About the Programme

To provide an introduction into symmetry and group theory and its role in structure, bonding and reactivity and role of non aqueous solvents in chemistry. To provide the knowledge of chemical bonding, stereochemistry and reaction mechanism in organic chemistry. To provide the knowledge of spectroscopy, metal ligand bonding, atomic spectroscopy and electronic spepctra of the inorganic molecules.

Why M. Sc. Chemistry?

By the end of the module the student should be able to: Recognize symmetry elements in a molecule; State the point group a molecule belongs to; Understand degenerate and non-degenerate representations; Combine matrices and set up matrix for transformations; Carry out linear combinations of orbitals to form molecular orbitals; Apply this to polyatomic systems (e.g. square planar, octahedral)Be familiar with Morse potential energy curves, P/R branches in rotational spectroscopy. Students will also learn about the chemical bonding in organic molecules and stereochemistry of organic molecules etc. Students will also be familiar with spectroscopy and atomic spectra of inorganic molecules etc.

Who can opt?

  • Candidates who have keen passion in science and its related areas.
  • Candidates who have the ability to use scientific methods and rules to solve issues.
  • Candidates who had the dream of becoming an entrepreneur.

Program Fee

Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
For National Students 40,000 80,000
For International Students 860 1720

Eligibility Criteria

For National Students
  • Bachelor Degree in Science with relevant subject with minimum 50% marks
For International Students

Syllabus

Semester 1
  • Inorganic Chemistry-I
  • Organic Chemistry-I
  • Physical Chemistry-I
  • Mathematics for Chemists and Application of Computer in Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry Lab.-I
  • Organic Chemistry Lab.-I
  • Physical Chemistry Lab.-I
Semester 2
  • Inorganic Chemistry-II
  • Physical Chemistry-II
  • Organic Chemistry-II
  • Chemistry of Life and Environmental Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry lab.-II
  • Organic Chemistry Lab.-II
  • Physical Chemistry Lab.-II
  • Seminar Course-I

Career path

  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing Industries
  • Chemist
  • Pharma Assistant
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Scientific and Research Development Services
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Executive
  • Agrochemical Industry
  • Toxicologist
  • Chemical manufacturers