post graduate program

Master of Science in Chemistry (M.Sc.)

Chemistry is the core science and it is intrinsically connected with other sciences. Itsinfluence can be found in numerous branches like academics, pharmaceutical industries, agriculture etc. Almost every branch has to deal with chemistry at some level. It canbeassumed that chemistry will continue to play an essential role in future development ofsociety.


The M.Sc. program typically spans two years divided into four semesters.


Candidates seeking admission for M.Sc. in Chemistry shall have studiedChemistry as optional/major subject in the Bachelor Degree Programme. Physics/Mathematics/Biosciences as optional/major subjects at B.Sc. The candidatesshould have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate marks or equivalent intheirBachelor's at any registered University.


The curriculum of M.Sc. Chemistry includes subjects like Analytical
Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, OrganicSpectroscopy, Inorganic spectroscopy, Molecular Spectroscopy, Polymer Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Solid state chemistry, Coordination chemistry, OrganometallicChemistry, Electrochemistry, Medicinal and Natural Product Chemistry

Scope and Career Opportunities:

After completing, post graduates pursue careersinTeaching Profession, Synthetic Lab Scientist, Research Scientist, Content Developer, Pharmaceutical/Chemical Industries.

Higher Education:

After the completion of post-graduation, some may choosetocontinue their education in the area of research.

Skills Developed:

During the course, students acquire skills in laboratory workanddata analysis, students learn to use sophisticated instrumentation and equipment. Thestudents also learn to solve qualitative and quantitative problems.