Chemistry is indispensable for all fields of life. It has been playing an important role in the development of human race since long. Its contribution in providing energy, food, medicine and other necessities to human beings makes it a versatile field of knowledge. The main aims of the curricula of the Department of Chemistry are to impart a sound knowledge in a creative and analytical manner. This helps them in applying Chemistry in social and economical spheres, such as health, agriculture, industry and defense. Further, the courses offered by the Department of Chemistry improve the students' writing, oral communication and computer skills, thereby meeting the needs of the changing national as well as global scenario. It encourages the students to become independent learners, broaden their knowledge, and develop their capabilities. .
The study programs in Chemistry train the students for specialization in emerging technological and multidisciplinary fields such as Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry and Biochemistry. After completing their degrees, the students will be able to apply their knowledge in their respective fields effectively.
The Chemistry Department prepares students for a diverse and changing world. We strive to contribute to a chemically literate society through teaching (with classrooms, labs, and research), scholarship, and service.
The Chemistry Department provides rigorous preparation of citizens whose career paths require expertise in chemistry. We are dedicated to rigorous standards for content knowledge, communication skills, research quality, and professional behavior. We are committed to demonstrating science as a human endeavor and as a way to understand the natural world. The faculty in the Chemistry Department see themselves as resources for our units, university, region, state, nation, and world.
The Department is offering BS in Chemistry four year programs.
The Department is offering two fields of specializations initially.
BS in Organic Chemistry
BS in Inorganic Chemistry