School of Physical and Chemical Science
ELIGIBILITY FOR M.Sc. PROGRAMME
B.Sc. Chemistry / Applied Science
|Sl. No.||Name of the Programme||Tuition Fee per Semester|
|1||M.Sc. Chemistry||Rs 15,000|
|S.No.||Percentage of Refund of Fee||Point of time when notice of withdrawal of admission is received in the HEI|
|1||100%*||15 days or more before the formally-notified last date of admission|
|2||90%||Less than 15 days before the formally-notified last date of admission|
|3||80%||15 days or less after the formally-notified last date of admission|
|4||50%||30 days or less, but more than 15 days, after formally-notified last date of admission|
|5||00%||More than 30 days after formally-notified the last date of admission|
*The processing fee of 5% of fee paid will be deducted
|Admission Fee – One-time payment at the time of admission|
|1||Admission Fee||Rs 15,000|
|2||Caution Deposit (Refundable)||Rs 5,000|
|*Hostel Fee per Year|
|1||Establishment Charges||Rs 40,000/-|
|2||Boarding Charges (Advance)||Rs 50,000/-|
*Caution Deposit (Refundable) ( one time payment): Rs.5000/-
|*Transport Charges per Year (Optional)|
|1||A.C. Bus||Rs 40,000/- to 50,000/-|
*Transport charges varies based on the distance
Programme Educational Objectives
- To demonstrate a broad knowledge of descriptive Chemistry.
- To impart the basic analytical and technical skills to work effectively in the various fields of chemistry.
- To motivate critical thinking and analytical skills to solve complex chemical problems, e.g., analysis of data, interpretation of spectra, prediction of chemical structure, team-based problem solving, etc.
- To demonstrate an ability to conduct experiments in the above sub-disciplines with mastery of appropriate techniques and proficiency using core chemical instrumentation and modeling methods.
- To perform accurate quantitative measurements with an understanding of the theory and use of contemporary chemical instrumentation, interpret experimental results, perform calculations on these results and draw reasonable, accurate conclusions.
- To develop skills in quantitative modeling of static and dynamic chemical systems.
- To develop laboratory competence in relating chemical structure to spectroscopic phenomena.
- To synthesize, separate and characterize compounds using published reactions, protocols, standard laboratory equipment, and modern instrumentation.
On successful completion of this programme, the students will be able to
- think critically and analyze chemical problems.
- present scientific and technical information resulting from laboratory experiments in both written and oral formats.
- work effectively and safely in a laboratory environment.
- use technologies/instrumentation to collect and analyze data.
- work in teams as well as independently.
- apply modern methods of analysis to chemical systems in a laboratory setting