M.Sc. Chemistry

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M.Sc. Chemistry

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MSc Chemistry at St.Teresa’s College started in the academic year 2013-14 as an aided course with twelve seats. The department has well-equipped chemistry laboratories with instruments enabling the students to carry out all the experiments that are included in the syllabus as well as to conduct simple projects. Students can also utilize modern computer lab to conduct research and study. The library has a good collection of books also apparatus and equipment are kept safely in a store.

Highly qualified and motivated faculties of the department conduct the classes for MSc Chemistry. Some of them are involved in research studies. Teachers use tools or methods like powerpoint presentations, assigning students with topics to conduct presentations to get effective teaching and better understanding. The syllabus is designed in a way that students can have a deep understanding in specialized fields. Students are also provided with elective programmes in MSc Chemistry like Organic, Inorganic, and Analytical Chemistry.

The department focuses on improving the knowledge as well as skills of the students. As an educational institution, we strive to imbibe curiosity, technical skills and enable them to have an awareness of social and environmental issues. Faculties also inspire and encourages the students to engage in research.  The course is designed to meet the challenging needs of the society. Besides the lecture program, students will be given assignments, seminars, group discussions, projects etc. The chemistry department is innovative and pioneering research in wide areas of Chemistry.

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Papers

Semester I
CH1C01 Organometallics and Nuclear Chemistry
CH1C02 Structural and Molecular Organic Chemistry
CH1C03 Quantum Chemistry and Group Theory
CH1C04 Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics
CH2P01 Inorganic Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the second semester)
CH2P02 Organic Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the second semester)
CH2P03 Physical Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the second semester)

Semester II
CH2C05 Coordination Chemistry
CH2C06 Organic Reaction Mechanisms
CH2C07 Chemical Bonding and Computational Chemistry
CH2C08 Molecular Spectroscopy
CH2P01 Inorganic Chemistry Practical
CH2P02 Organic Chemistry Practical
CH2P03 Physical Chemistry Practical

Semester III
CH3C09 Structural Inorganic Chemistry
CH3C10 Organic Syntheses
CH3C11 Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, and Photochemistry
CH3C12 Spectroscopic Methods in Chemistry
CH4P04 Inorganic Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the fourth semester)
CH4P05 Organic Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the fourth semester)
CH4P06 Physical Chemistry Practical (Evaluation at the end of the fourth semester)

Semester IV
CH4E01Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CH4E02 Advanced Organic Chemistry
CH4E05 Analytical Chemistry
CH4P04 Inorganic Chemistry Practical
CH4P05 Organic Chemistry Practical
CH4P06 Physical Chemistry Practical
CH4D01 Project
CH4V01 Viva

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