Department of Chemistry

Head of Department  
Faculties  1. Dr.-Kishore Paradkar (Guest Faculty)Ph.D., M.Sc. 2. Dr.- Sarika Bansod (Guest faculty) Ph.D., M.Sc.3. Shri.-Anil Kothe (Guest Faculty) M.Sc.

 4. Miss- Neha Thakur (JBS) M.Sc.

Cources B.Sc./M.Sc.







  • B.Sc. / M.Sc.

Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc. / M.Sc.

  1.  Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc.12th  in Maths  Group
  2. Eligibility Criteria for M.Sc. Graduate with Chemistry one subject



Department of Chemistry


Programme Outcomes

  • B.Sc. Chemistry curriculum is so designed to provide the students a comprehensive understanding about the fundamentals of chemistry covering all the principles and perspectives.
  • The branches of Chemistry such as Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry expose the diversified aspects of chemistry where the students experience a broader outlook of the subject.
  • The syllabi of the B.Sc. Chemistry course are discretely classified to give stepwise advancement of the subject knowledge right through the three years of the term.
  • The practical exercises done in the laboratories impart the students the knowledge about various chemical reagents and reactions. Thereby, hone their skills of handling the corrosive, poisonous, explosive and carcinogenic chemicals making themselves employable in any kind of chemical industries. They are also trained about the adverse effects of the obnoxious chemicals and the first aid treatment.
  • The students will understand the existence of matter in the universe as solids, liquids, and gases which are composed of molecules, atoms and sub atomic particles.
  • Students will learn to estimate inorganic salt mixtures and organic compounds both qualitatively and quantitatively using the classical methods of analysis in practical classes.
  • Students will grasp the mechanisms of different types of reactions both organic and inorganic and will try to predict the products of unknown reactions.
  • Students will learn to synthesize the chemical compounds by maneuvering the addition of reagents under optimum reaction conditions.



Course Outcome





Course Outcomes


Fundamentals of Chemistry

  • Ancient Indian chemical techniques. Various theories and principle applied to reveal atomic structure.
  • Significance of quantum numbers.
    • Concept of periodic properties of elements.
    • Theories related to chemical bonding.
    • Acid base concept.
    • pH buffer.
      • Factors responsible for reactivity of organic molecule.
      • Basics and mechanism of chemical kinetics.
      • Properties of electrolytes


Qualitative and Qualitative

Chemical Analysis

  • Basic concepts of mathematics for






  • Fundamental of analytical chemistry and steps involved in analysis.
    • Basic knowledge of computer for chemist.
    • Basic concepts of chemical equilibrium
      • Principles of chromatography and chromatographic techniques.
      • Various techniques of spectroscopic



Reactions Reagents and Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry

  • Various organic reactions, reagents and their mechanism which will be helpful in understanding organic synthesis.
  • Applications of the reactions in the various industries like pharmaceutical, polymer, pesticides, textile, dyes etc.
  • Important key reactions used in further

study and research work.


Transition Elements, chemi- Energetic, Phase equilibria

  • Introductory idea about traditional Indian chemistry.
    • Chemistry of d-&f-block elements, basic concepts of co-ordination chemistry.
    • Stereo chemistry of transition metal complexes.
    • Concept of phase equilibrium with reference to solid solution, liquid-liquid mixtures, partially miscible liquids.
    • Basic concepts of electro chemistry.


Physical Chemistry

  • Elementary quantum mechanics, photoelectric effect, Bohr model of hydrogen atom , structure of ,molecular orbital theory
  • spectral analysis of rotational and vibrational spectrum
  • Raman and electronic spectrum and UV spectrum
  • different types of photochemical reaction
  • Physical properties and molecular

structure, polarization, dipole moment, magnetism


Inorganic Chemistry

  • Hard and soft acids and bases Properties of silicones and phosphazenes
  • Metal legend bonding in transition metal complexes, crystal field theory- factor affecting and application and limitations
  • thermodynamics and kinetic aspects of





metal complexes

  • Magnetic properties of transition metal complexes- diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, ant antiferromagnetism and ferri magnetism
  • L-S coupling
    • Electronic spectra of transition metal complexes, spectral analysis of transition metal complexes
    • Chemistry of hemoglobin and myoglobin

biomolecules , nitrogen cycle


Organic Chemistry

  • Spectral analysis of UV visible, IR and NMR spectrum
  • Organometallic compound - preparation and properties organosulfur compounds
  • Preparation and properties of polymers
    • Ccarbohydrate- classification, nomenclature, structure and properties of carbohydrate
    • fat ,oil and detergents analysis saponification value, iodine value.
      • Amino acid , peptides , protein and nucleic acid - preparation, properties and nomenclature.
      • Synthetic dyes – preparation, properties and uses




Programme Outcomes



  • Demonstrate and apply the fundamental knowledge of the basic principles in various fields of Chemistry
  • Create awareness and sense of responsibilities towards environment and apply knowledge to solve the issues related to Environmental pollution.
  • Apply knowledge to build up small scale industry for developing endogenous product.
  • Apply various aspects of chemistry in natural products isolations, pharmaceuticals, dyes, textiles, polymers, petroleum products, forensic etc. and also to develop interdisciplinary approach of the subject.
  • Communicate scientific information in a clear and concise manner both orally and in Writing.
  • Inculcate logical thinking to address a problem and become result oriented with a positive attitude.
  • Explain environmental pollution issues and the remedies thereof.
  • Apply the knowledge to develop the sustainable and eco-friendly technology in Industrial Chemistry.
  • Have developed their critical reasoning, judgment and communication skills.
  • Augment the recent developments in the field of green and eco-friendly reactions, pharmaceutical, Bioinorganic Chemistry and relevant fields of research and development.
  • Enhance the scientific temper among the students so as to develop a research culture and implementation of the policies to tackle the burning issues at global and local level.



Course Outcomes





Course Outcomes


Inorganic Chemistry-I

  • Stereochemistry and Bonding in Main Group Compounds: various terminologies in stereochemistry and able to draw the stereochemical structures of different molecules
  • Metal Ligand bonding
  • Metal -Ligand Equilibrium in Solution
    • Reaction Mechanism of Transition Metal Complexes
    • HSAB theory.


Organic Chemistry- I

  • Nature of Bonding in Organic Molecules
  • Stereochemistry
    • Conformational analysis and Linear free energy relationship
    • Reaction Mechanism : Structure and Reactivity





  • Aliphatic Nucleophilic Substitution.


Physical Chemistry-I

  • Introduction to quantum Mechanics, Schrodinger equation, harmonic oscillator, rigid rotator.
  • Approximate methods & Molecular Orbital Theory
  • Angular Momentum
  • Classical Thermodynamics
  • Statistical Thermodynamics.


Group Theory & Spectroscopy I

  • Symmetry and Group theory in Chemistry
  • Microwave Spectroscopy
  • Infra red-Spectroscopy
  • Raman Spectroscopy
    • Electronic Spectroscopy & Photoelectron Spectroscopy


Mathematics for chemists( For Students without Biology in B.Sc.)

  • Vectors.
  • Matrix algebra.
  • Differential calculus.
  • Integral calculus.


Biology for chemists ( For Students without Mathematics in B.Sc.)

  • Cell structure & functions
  • Carbohydrates
  • Role of sugars in biological recognition.
  • Blood group substances.


Inorganic Chemistry- II

  • Electronic Spectral Studies of Transition Metal Complexes
  • Magnetic Properties of Transition metal Complexes
  • Metal π Complex
  • Metal Clusters
    • Optical Rotatory Dispersion and Circular Dichroism


Organic Chemistry-II

  • Aromatic Electrophilic Substitution & Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution
  • Free Radical Reactions
  • Addition Reactions
  • Addition to Carbon - Hetero Multiple bonds
  • Elimination Reactions
  • Pericyclic Reactions.


Physical Chemistry- II

  • Chemical Dynamics
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Macromolecules
  • Non Equilibriurn thermodynamics
  • Electrochemistry.


Spectroscopy- II and

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy




Diffraction Methods

  • Electron Spin resonance Spectroscopy
  • X-ray Diffraction-I
  • Electron Diffraction & Neutron Diffraction


Computer for chemists

  • Basic structure and functioning of computer.
  • Computer programming.
  • Use of computer program.
    • Developing of small computer codes using any one of the languages.


Application of Spectroscopy (Paper I)

  • Electronic Spectra of coordination compounds
  • Vibrational Spectroscopy
  • Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy
    • Application of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in coordination compounds
    • Mossbauer Spectroscopy.


Photochemistry (Paper II)

  • Photochemical Reactions
  • Determination of Reaction Mechanism
  • Photochemistry of Alkene
  • Photochemistry of Aromatic Compounds
  • Photochemistry of Carbonyl Compounds
  • Miscellaneous Photochemical Reactions.


Environmental Chemistry (Paper III)

  • Atmosphere.
  • Atmospheric chemistry.
  • Tropospheric photochemistry
  • Air pollution
    • Acid rain, green house effects, urban air pollution.
    • Aquatic chemistry and water pollution.
    • Environmental toxicology.


Heterocyclic chemistry (optional Paper IV)

  • Nomenclature of heterocycles.
  • Aromatic heterocycles.
  • Small ring heterocycles.
    • Heterocyclices systems containing P, As, Sb and B.


Polymer (optional Paper V)

Importance of polymers.

  • Basic concepts
  • Polymer Characterization
  • Analysis and testing of Polymers
  • Inorganic Polymer
  • Structure, Properties and Applications of
    • Polymers based on Phosphorous, Phosphazenes, polyphosphates.
    • Polymers based on Sulphur- tetrasulphur tetra nitride and related compounds.
    • Co-ordination and metal chelate Polymers.




Application Of Spectroscopy (Paper I) (Organic Chemistry)

  • Ultraviolet and visible spectroscopy
  • Infrared Spectroscopy
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
  • Carbon-13NMR Spectroscopy
  • Mass spectrometry.


Solid State Chemistry (Paper II)

  • Solid State Reactions
  • Crystal Defects and Non- Stoichiometry
  • Electronic properties and Band Theory
  • Organic Solids
  • Liquid crystals


Biochemistry (Paper III)

  • Metal Ions in Biological systems
  • Electron transfer in Biology
    • Enzymes, Kinds of Reactions catalysed by Enzymes
    • Co-Enzymes Chemistry
    • Biological Cell and its Constituents


Analytical Chemistry (Optional Paper IV)

  • Errors and Evaluation
  • Food Analysis
  • Analysis of Water Pollution
  • Analysis of soil, Fuel, Body Fluids and Drugs
  • Clinical Chemistry & Drug Analysis


Medicinal Chemistry (Optional Paper V)

  • Structure and Activity
  • Pharmaco Dyanamics
  • Antibiotics and Antitbacterial
    • General chemistry and mode of action of Antifungal, Antibacterial and Antiviral drugs
    • Antimalarials, Chemotherapy of Malaria. Chloroquine, Chlorquanide and Mefloquine.
    • General chemistry, classification and mode of action of Non - steroidal Anti inflammatory drugs; Diclofenac Sodium and lbuprofen.
    • Anti-histamic and anti-asthmatic agents :

Terfenadine, cinnarizine and salbutamol.



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