Department of Chemistry

Faculty History

SNNameDesignationWorking FromTo
1.Ravishankar MirreyGuest Lecturer01.09.201231.11.2012
2. Mr. Suresh Kumar PatelAssistant Professor04.12.201229.08.2013
3.Mr. Mukesh Kumar SahuGuest Lecturer09.09.201428.02.2015
4.Mr. Pramod Kumar RathoreGuest Lecturer13.08.201529.02.2016
5.Mr. Rishabh Deo PandeyGuest Lecturer30.08.201628.02.2017
6.Mr. Rishabh Deo PandeyGuest Lecturer14.08.201728.02.2018
7.Smt. Sita SahuGuest Lecturer30.08.201828.02.2019
8.Smt. Sita SahuGuest Lecturer06.09.201928.02.2020
9.Smt. Sita SahuGuest Lecturer02.03.202130.06.2021
10Smt. Sita SahuGuest Lecturer11.11.202120.04.2022
11.Mr. Bhupendra Singh BanjareAssistant Professor21.04.2022Present
Total Sanctioned posts in this Department = 01 Assistant Professor only

Program & Course offered

Name of ProgramB.Sc.
Duration and PatternThree Years Degree Programme with Annual Examination pattern
Subjects Includes in the programBotany, Chemistry, Zoology, Foundation Course Hindi and Foundation Course English. (Environmental studies at 1st year only)
Courses1. B.Sc. (Part-1) – Physical Chemistry
2. B.Sc. (Part-1) – Inorganic Chemistry
3. B.Sc. (Part-1) – Organic Chemistry
4. B.Sc. (Part-1) – Practical
5. B.Sc. (Part-2) – Physical Chemistry
6. B.Sc. (Part-2) – Inorganic Chemistry
7. B.Sc. (Part-2) – Organic Chemistry
8. B.Sc. (Part-2) – Practical
9. B.Sc. (Part-3) – Physical Chemistry
10. B.Sc. (Part-3) – Inorganic Chemistry
11. B.Sc. (Part-3) – Organic Chemistry
12. B.Sc. (Part-3) – Practical
SyllabusClick here for syllabus

Program Outcome- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

  • To provide knowledge of scientific aspects of Botany, zoology and chemistry.
  • To develop Scientific temperament.
  • To develop critical thinking.
  • To build confidence, better communication skills and creativity
  • To enrich the problem solving capability and understanding of concept herein.
  • To develop writing, teaching and presentation skills.
  • To promote group activities, team work, social values.
  • To motivate the students for being an active learner.
  • To familiar with ethical approaches within concerned subjects and make them a good citizen.

Course Outcomes

B.Sc.I year Inorganic chemistry

Subject-Chemistry                                                                        Class-B.Sc-I

  1. Course Description:- This course covers fundamental principles and law of chemistry. Topic including boar’s theory, atomic spectrum of hydrogen, quantum theory, electronic configuration, shape of atomic orbital just like s,p,d,f periodic properties, some properties of periodic element ex. Atomic and jonic Radii, Ionization energy, electro negativity etc.
  2. Chemical bonding-I: – Including topic Ionic solid, Ionic, Structure, co-ordination number, bom-Haper cycle.
  3. Chemical bonding-II: – Including topic-Lewies Structure, VBT, hybridization VSEPR Theory.
  4. S-Block element– Including topic general concept on group relationship and gradation properties.
  5. Chemical of Noble gases-Including topic chemical properties of Noble gases, chemistry of xenon, bonding in xenon com.

Course Outcomes:-

  1. To understand the concept of electronic configuration.
  2. To understand the structure of atoms.
  3. To understand the spectructructrum of Hydrogen.
  4. To understand the bonding nature in atoms.
  5. To understand the fundamental properties of periodic table.
  6. To understand the concept of Hybridization.
  7. To understand Chemical properties of noble gases.

Course Outcomes for B.Sc.I year Organic chemistry  

Subject-Chemistry                                                                        Class-B.Sc-I

Course Description:

  1. Basic of Organic chemistry:- Including topic, Hybridization, Shape of organic mqln. Electrophic and nucleophic Rean.
  2. Introduction of Stereochemistry:- Optical Isomerism, geometrical isomerism, enantiomer.
  3. Conformation analysis of Alkenes:- Conformation Analysis of Alkenes, ethane, butane, cyclonhexen.
  4. Chemistry of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons:- Including topic- Chemistry of Alkenes, Formation name Rean.
  5. Chemistry of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons:- Including topic- Aromaticity, Huckle Rule Cyclick carbocation and heterocyclic.

Course Outcomes:-

  1. To understand the chemical Rean.
  2. To understand the dipole moment.
  3. To understand the stereochemistry of Organic molecule.
  4. To understand Carbon-Carbon a bond.
  5. To understand Aromaticity and electrophonic and Nucleophilic Rean.

Course Outcomes for B.Sc.I year Physical Chemistry  

Subject-Chemistry                                                                        Class-B.Sc-I

Course Description:

  1. Mathematical concept for chemist:- Including topic- Logarithmic Relations, linear graph.
  2. Gases State Chemistry:- Including topic- Kinetic molecular model, Maxwell distribution degree of freedom.
  3. Liquid State Chemistry:– Including topic- Intermolecular fource, structure of liquid.
  4. Solid State Chemistry:– Including topic-nature of solid, Brags equation.
  5. Chemical Kinetics:– Including topic- Rate of Rean, zero, frist, second order Rean.

Course Outcomes:-

  1. To understand Rate of Reaction.
  2. To understand Structure of Solid.
  3. To understand Salvation of liquid.
  4. To understand some basic Mathematic concept.
  5.  To understand Ideal gases.
  6. To understand mean free path.
  7. To understand colloidal state.
  8. To understand properties of gel, micelles and emulsion.

Course Outcomes for B.Sc.II year Inorganic chemistry  

                                                                      

Course Description:-

  1. Chemistry of element of first transition series.
  2. Chemistry of element of Second and Third transition series.
  3. Oxidation and Reduction.
  4. Chemistry of Lanthanide.
  5. Acid and Bases.

Course Outcomes:-

  1. To understand characteristic properties of d-block element.
  2. To understand coordination number and geometry of d-block element.
  3. To understand Redox Reaction.
  4. To understand Valence bond theory.
  5. To understand concept of Acid and base.
  6. To understand non-aqueous solvent just like NH3, SO2
  7. To understand electronic configuration of d-block element, Actinide Lanthanides.

Course Outcomes B.Sc.II Organic Chemistry:-

Course Outcomes:-

  1. To understand formation and chemical Reaction of glycol and glycerol.
  2. To understand coordination number and geometry of d-block element.
  3. To understand Redox Reaction.
  4. To understand Valence band theory.
  5. To understand concept of Acid and base.
  6. To understand non-aqueous solvent just like NH3,SO2
  7. To understand electronic configuration of d-block element, Actinide, Lanthanides.

Course Outcomes B.Sc. II Physical Chemistry

  1. Students will be able to understand concepts of thermodynamics and thermochemistry.
  2. To study concepts Chemical, Ionic and Phase equilibrium.
  3. To study Photochemistry related concepts.

Course Outcomes B.Sc. III Inorganic Chemistry

  1. Students will be able to know metal ligand bonding in transition metal complexes and their magnetic properties.
  2. To develop understanding on Organometallic compounds and Bioinorganic chemistry.
  3. To study Hard and Soft acids and bases, Inorganic Polymers.

Course Outcomes B.Sc. III Organic Chemistry

  1. Students will study about heterocyclic compounds, organometallic reagents.
  2. To understand organic synthesis via enolates.
  3. Able to know Biomolecules such as carbohydrate, amino acids , proteins and nucleic acids.
  4. Students will be able to understand synthetic polymers and synthetic dyes.
  5. Types and functioning of infra-res spectroscopy, UV- visible spectroscopy and NMR spectroscopy.

Course Outcomes B.Sc. III Physical Chemistry

  1. Students will be able to explain concepts of quantum mechanics , vibrational spectroscopy and Raman Spectrum.
  2. Students will learn about concepts related to Electrochemistry