COURSE OUTCOME IN CHEMSITRY
F.Y. B. Sc. Chemistry (w. e. f- 2013- 2014)
1. To provide in-depth knowledge of scientific and technological aspects of Chemistry.
2. To familiarize with current and recent developments in Chemistry.
3. To enrich knowledge through programmes such as industrial visits, projects etc.
4. To train students in skills related to Chemistry for academic and industrial requirement.
5. To create foundation for research and development in Chemistry .
6. To develop analytical abilities for independent thinking.
7. To help students build-up a progressive and successful career in Chemistry.
S.Y. B. Sc. Chemistry (w. e. f- 2014- 2015)
1. To introduce concept of kinetics at undergraduate level.
2. To impart basic knowledge of photochemistry and its applications.
3. To understand Nernst Distribution Law and its applications.
4. To introduce basics of analytical chemistry.
5. To understand errors and its interpretation.
6. To study the theory underlying Inorganic Qualitative analysis.
7. To disseminate knowledge of qualitative & quantitative analysis of organic compounds
8. To identify chiral center in the given organic compounds.
9. To draw the structure of boat and chair configuration of cyclohexane.
10. To define and classify heterocyclic compounds.
11. To study principles and process of metallurgy
12. To study metallurgy of Aluminium and Iron
13. To conceptualize phenomenon of free energy and equilibria.
14. To distinguish behavior of liquid phase solutions.
15. To provide basic knowledge essential for volumetric analysis
16. To learn and equip with non instrumental volumetric techniques
17. Student should understand: the Concept of different reagents used in the one type of conversion.
18. Student should know the different biomolecules.
19. To study the metal carbonyl complexes and their uses in the homogenous catalysis.
20. To study different solvents and to know the different theories of acids and bases.
21. To know toxic chemical in the environment.
22. To equip students to correlate theoretical and experimental knowledge.
23. To verify theoretical principles experimentally.
T.Y. B. Sc. Chemistry (w. e. f- 2015- 2016)
1. To provide in-depth knowledge of Chemical Kinetics, Electrolytic Conductance, Investigation of molecular structure, Phase Rule, Electrochemical Cells, Crystal Structure, Quantum Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry and technological as well as practical aspects of physical Chemistry.
2. To provide basic knowledge essential to Molecular Orbital Theory, Coordination Chemistry, Metals Semiconductors and Superconductors, Homogeneous. Heterogeneous Catalysis, Bioinorganic Chemistry and technological as well as practical aspects of Inorganic Chemistry.
3. To provide basic and in-depth knowledge of Electrophilic, Nucleophilic substitution, Elimination, Rearrangement, Sterochemistry, spectroscopic methods in structure determinations as well as practical aspects of organic Chemistry.
4. Student should understand the Principles, basics and in-depth knowledge of Gravimetric, Polarographic, Thermal methods of analysis, Spectrophotometry, Atomic Absorption, Flame Emission Spectroscopy, Chromatography, Electrophoresis, Nephelometry and Turbidimetric analysis techniques.
5. The students are expected to learn modern approach to chemical industry, Agro, food, starch, cement, Petrochemical, glass industries, polymer, soap, detergent, cosmetics, dyes, paints, pharmaceutical industries.
6. To provide in-depth knowledge of biochemistry, molecular biology and Environmental chemistry aspects.
M.Sc. Chemistry (w. e. f- 2013- 2014)
1. The credit system to be implemented through this curriculum, would allow students to develop a strong footing in the fundamentals and specialize in the disciplines of his/her liking and abilities.
2. The students pursuing this course would have to develop in depth understanding of various aspects chemistry.
3. The conceptual understanding, development of experimental skills, designing and implementation of novel synthetic methods, developing the aptitude for academic and professional skills, acquiring basic concepts for structural elucidation with hyphenated techniques, understanding the fundamental biological processes and rationale towards computer assisted drug designing are among such important aspects.