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To evolve in to a centre of excellence in Science & Technology through creative and innovative practices in teaching-learning, towards promoting academic achievement and research excellence to produce internationally accepted, competitive and world class professionals who are psychologically strong and emotionally balanced imbued with social consciousness and ethical values.

To provide high quality academic programmes, training activities, research facilities and opportunities supported by continuous industry-institute interaction aimed at promoting employability, entrepreneurship, leadership and research aptitude among students and contribute to the economic and technological development of the region, state and nation.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The program educational objectives (PEOs) describe the goal of implementing the program and its relevance the career and professional achievements that the program is preparing the students to achieve within the first few years after the completion of the program.
PEO 1: To help students acquire advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in various fields of Chemical Sciences and allied subjects

PEO 2: To provide support to the students to become ethically and psychologically strong, socially conscious, expert professionals with independent thinking ability, leadership quality and excellent communication skills

PEO 3: To train the students to adopt into competitive work culture and flourish in industrial or academic environments

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
The program specific outcomes (PSOs) describe the expertise and skills the students will acquire after completing the program in that specific branch. Upon completion of the M. Sc. program in Chemistry, the students will be able
PSO1: To apply various concepts from different areas of Chemistry learned from various courses to tackle the research problems

PSO2: To design and perform experiments (either individually or in a group) and analyze/interpret the results from various analytical techniques to become employable in industry or academic environments

PSO3: To think critically, execute newer ideas and communicate the ideas effectively either through oral presentation or through written report.

Programme Outcomes (POs)
The program outcomes (POs) outline the knowledge and skills that students will acquire upon completion of the program. Upon completion of the M. Sc. program, the students will be able
PO 1 (Scientific knowledge): Apply the knowledge of chemical science to find solutions to various academic and research problems.

PO 2 (Problem analysis): Identify a research problem, review research literature, and design innovative solutions for scientific problems.

PO 3 (Skill enhancement): Recognize and practise the required skill-sets to enhance them for future employability

PO 4 (Modern tool usage): Adopt appropriate modern techniques, resources, and tools to execute the experiments and analyze and interpret the data.

PO 5 (Society and ethics): Implement contextual knowledge and ethical principles to assess various societal issues related to common scientific and industrial practises.

PO 6 (Environment and sustainability): Assess the impact of scientific approaches in environment with special emphasis on the need for sustainable development.

PO 7 (Individual and teamwork): Function as an individual or as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 8 (Communication): Communicate effectively, write reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 9 (Project management): Utilize knowledge and understanding of the chemical principles to manage projects of various magnitude in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 10 (Life-long learning): Identify the important aspects of Chemistry and other allied subjects for independent and life-long learning in the broader context of scientific and technological development.

I Year I Semester
Course Code Course Title L T P C
20CY101 Inorganic Chemistry-1 4     4
20CY103 Organic Chemistry-1 4     4
20CY105 Physical Chemistry-1 3 1   4
20CY107 Analytical Chemistry 4     4
20CY109 Mathematics and Symmetry for Chemistry 2 1   3
20CY111 Computers in Chemistry 3     3
20CY113 Inorganic Chemistry Lab - 1     4 2
20CY115 Physical Chemistry Lab - 1     4 2
  Total Credits 20 2 8 26

I Year II Semester
Course Code Course Title L T P C
20CY102 Inorganic Chemistry - 2 4     4
20CY104 Organic Chemistry - 2 4     4
20CY106 Physical Chemistry - 2 3 1   4
20CY108 Spectroscopic Methods for Chemical Analysis 3 1   4
20CY110 Organic Chemistry Lab - 1     4 2
20CY112 Physical Chemistry Lab - 2     4 2
20CY114 Computational Chemistry Lab     4 2
20CY116 Seminar       2
  Total Credits 14 2 12 24

II Year III Semester
Course Code Course Title L T P C
20CY201 Solid-state and Materials Chemistry 4     4
20CY203 Characterization Methods for Materials 3 1   4
20CY205 Industrial Chemistry - Food, Agro and pharmaceutical Chemistry   4       4
  Elective (EL-1) 4     4
20CY207 Surface and Interfacial Chemistry (EL-1)        
20CY209 Advanced Organic Chemistry (EL-1)        
20CY211 Biological Chemistry (EL-1)        
20CY213 Organic Chemistry Lab - 2     4 2
20CY215 Inorganic Chemistry Lab - 2     4 2
20CY217 Industrial Training       2
20CY219 Mini project       2
  Total Credits 15 1 8 24

II Year IV Semester
Course Code Course Title L T P C
20CY202 Industrial Applications of Nanomaterials and Catalysts 4     4
  Elective (EL-2) 4     4
20CY204 Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry (EL-2)        
20CY206 IPR, TQM and Technology management (EL-2)        
20CY208 Polymers and Elastomers (EL-2)        
  Elective (EL-3) 4     4
20CY210 Stereo-selective Organic Synthesis (EL-3)        
20CY212 Industrial Electrochemistry and batteries (EL-3)        
20CY214 Medicinal Chemistry (EL-3)        
20CY216 Major project       10
  Total Credits 12     22
    L=Lecture;    P=Practicals;    T=Tutorials; C=Credits;

Programme Name M.Sc., Chemistry
Level Post Graduation
Programme Specific Enquiries 0863 - 2344758
Admission Enrollment and General Enquiries 0863-2344777, 1800-425-2529
HoD Contact Number 9866279979

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