Chemistry Course

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Created on Tuesday, 03 September 2013

PG PROGRAMMES WITH PRACTICAL COMPONENTS

Total Credits = 88 (Core Course = 64 Credits; Soft Course = 16; Open Elective = 8 Credits)

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Course

Code

Name of Course

Type of Course

Credits distribution

Total Credits

Marks

(Scaled)

       

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First Semester: 22 Credits (Core Course Only)

1

CHEM/1/CC/01

Analytical Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

2

CHEM/1/CC/02

Inorganic Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

3

CHEM/1/CC/03

Organic Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

4

CHEM/1/CC/04

Physical Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

5

CHEM/1/CC/05

Chemical Binding

CC

3

1

0

4

100

6

CHEM/1/CC/06

Laboratory work-I (Organic Chemistry)

CC

0

0

6

6

100

                     

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Course

Code

Name of Course

Type of Course

Credits distribution

Total Credits

Marks

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L

T

P

   
 

7

CHEM/2/CC/07

Molecular

Spectroscopy

CC

3

1

0

4

100

8

CHEM/2/SC/01

Soft Course-I

SC

3

1

0

4

100

9

CHEM/2/SC/02

Soft Course-II

SC

3

1

0

4

100

10

CHEM/2/OE/01-03*

Open Elective-I

OE

2

0

0

2

100

11

CHEM/2/OE/04-06*

Open Elective-II

OE

2

0

0

2

100

12

CHEM/2/CC/08

Laboratory work-II (Inorganic Chemistry)

CC

0

0

6

6

100

                     

*Any one Open Elective to be taken from the List (Group A)

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Third Semester: 22 Credits (Core Course Only)

13

CHEM/3/CC/09

Solid state Chemistry

CC

2

0

0

2

100

14

CHEM/3/CC/10

Green Chemistry

CC

2

0

0

2

100

15

CHEM/3/SC/03

Soft Course-III

SC

3

1

0

4

100

16

CHEM/3/SC/04

Soft Course-IV

SC

3

1

0

4

100

17

CHEM/3/OE/07-09*

Open Elective-III

OE

2

0

0

2

100

18

CHEM/3/OE/10-12*

Open Elective-IV

OE

2

0

0

2

100

19

CHEM/3/CC/11

Laboratory work-III (Physical Chemistry)

CC

0

0

6

6

100

                     

*Any one Open Elective to be taken from the List (Group B)

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Fourth Semester: 22 Credits (Core Course Only)

20

CHEM/4/CC/12

Environmental

Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

21

CHEM/4/CC/13

Biological chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

22

CHEM/4/CC/14

Materials Chemistry

CC

2

1

0

3

100

23

CHEM/4/CC/15

Instrumentation Techniques

CC

2

1

0

3

100

24

CHEM/4/CC/16

Computational Chemistry

CC

0

1

2

3

100

25

CHEM/4/CC/17

Laboratory Work-IV (Nuclear Chemistry)

CC

0

0

2

2

100

26

CHEM/4/CC/18

Project Work

CC

0

0

5

5

100

                     

Soft courses I & II (for Second Semester)

(One of the following specialization to be selected)

    (A) – Analytical Chemistry                 (I) – Inorganic Chemistry

(O) – Organic Chemistry                    (P)-Physical Chemistry

CHEM/2/SC/01 (A) :       Spectrochemical Analysis

CHEM/2/SC/02 (A):       Microanalytical Techniques

CHEM/2/SC/01 (I) :        Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry-I

CHEM/2/SC/02 (I) :         Bio-Inorganic Chemistry

 CHEM/2/SC/01(O) :     Reaction Mechanisms and Stereochemistry

CHEM/2/SC/02 (O) :     Application of Spectroscopy and Pericylic Reactions

CHEM/2/SC/01 (P)  :          Chemical Kinetics

CHEM/2/SC/02 (P)  :          Nuclear Chemistry


Soft Courses – III & IV (for Third Semester)

(One of the following groups as per specialization to be selected)

                                                       

CHEM/3/SC/03 (A) :       Separation Techniques

CHEM/3/SC/04 (A) :       Electroanalytical Methods

CHEM/3/SC/03 (I)  :      Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM/3/SC/04 (I)  :     Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry-II

CHEM/3/SC/03 (O) :      Selected Topics in Organic Chemistry

CHEM/3/SC/04(O) :      Reagents and Organic Synthesis

CHEM/3/SC/03 (P) :       Photochemistry

CHEM/3/SC/04 (P) :       Physical Methods in Chemistry

Open Electives

(Any 2 to be taken in the Second Semester from Group A and any 2 in the Third Semester from Group B)

        Group-A

                  Group-B

CHEM/2/OE/01:Nanomaterials And  Applications

CHEM/3/OE/07: Modern Nuclear Magnetic                                        Resonance Technique

CHEM/2/OE/02 : Micelles and    Macromolecules

CHEM/3/OE/08: Bio-Organic Chemistry

CHEM/2/OE/03 : Molecular Reaction Dynamics

CHEM/3/OE/09: Chemical Applications of Group Theory

CHEM/2/OE/04: Medicinal Chemistry

CHEM/3/OE/10: Wine making and Analysis

CHEM/2/OE/05: Organic Photochemistry

CHEM/3/OE/11: Radiation Chemistry

CHEM/2/OE/06: Forensic Analyses

CHEM/3/OE/12: Quantum Chemistry

Note: Choice of Open Electives would be available based on availability of Teachers

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