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Bachelor of Science (Honours) Chemistry

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Chemistry

School of Basic Sciences & Research (SBSR)

  • Programme Code

    SBR0102

  • Level

    Graduate

  • Duration

    3 Years

About the Programme

B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry is a three-year undergraduate programme designed for students to acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills in different disciplines of chemistry. The programme consists of core theory along with laboratory programme as well as ability enhancement elective (AEEC) and compulsory (AECC) courses such as Computer Science and Functional English respectively. The programme comprises six semesters with 143 Credits.

The curriculum includes Core Courses(CC) as well as Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) and Generic Elective (GE) programmes and laboratory practicals. The programme also includes two courses offered by Physics and Mathematics Department. B. Sc Chemistry
Programme also includes Discipline Specific programme (DSE) and offers research project on an individual basis.

The programme provides guidance from leading professors to conduct extensive laboratory research projects and explore the chemical phenomena properties and reactivity. B.Sc. General degree is designed to provide a broad view of the discipline and can be followed with expertise in a special field.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PEO 1:   Providing distinctive and relevant education in chemistry and biochemistry to students. 
  • PEO 2: Motivating young minds to acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills in different disciplines of chemistry and empowering them with problem solving skills through innovative teaching methods. 
  • PEO 3: Promoting scholarly research work and innovation among faculties and students. 
  • PEO 4: Encouraging interdisciplinary research in collaboration with National/ International laboratories. 

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

  • PO1: Ability to gain the knowledge of chemical principles with a thorough understanding in chemistry and its sub-discipline such as analytical, organic, inorganic and physical. 
  • PO2: Capacity to identify the problems and formulate the strategy to find the solution by 
  • applying analytical and rational thinking.  
  • PO3: Capability to combine the knowledge in Chemistry with mathematics, physics and biology to solve problems of interdisciplinary nature. 
  • PO4: Competency in using modern library search tools to locate and retrieve scientific information. 

 

This course is for individuals who...

have the capacity for problem-solving examining interpreting data and making evaluations based on limited data. Students with additional qualities of time management planning and executing experiments are a natural fit.

Students who are looking for...

exploring the fundamental nature of elements and the mechanism and processes involved in it

Course Fee
For National Students
1st Year 90640 2nd Year 93359 3rd Year 96160
For International Students
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
1950 3800*
Programme Structure

Program Structure of Three Year UP Higher Education for Chemistry Discipline

Semester wise subjects

SU Subject code

Course Name

Subject

  Theory/ Practical

Credit

 

Total

Min.- Max. of the semester/ year

 

Year 01: Certificate in Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry

Semester 1

BCY101

Fundamentals of Chemistry

Major I

Theory

4

23

 

BCY151

Quantitative Analysis

Major I

  Practical

2

 

BCY102

Principles of physical chemistry

Major II

Theory

4

 

BCY152

Physical chemistry lab

Major II

  Practical

2

 

 

General properties of matter / Mathematics/ Biomolecules

Major III

Theory

4

 

 

Physics Lab-II / Mathematics lab-I / Biological Science lab-I

Major III

  Practical

2

 

 

VCH101

Modern trends in chemical analysis: Step forward from laboratory to industry-I

Vocational

Practical

3

 

COC101

Food, Nutrition and Hygiene

Co-curricular

Theory

2

 

Total credit

23

 

 

1

B020201T

BCY103

Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry

Major I

Theory

4

2

B020202P

BCY153

Biochemical Analysis

Major I

  Practical

2

3

B020203T

BCY104

Basics of Pharmaceuticals

Major II

Theory

4

4

B020204P

BCY154

Pharmaceutical chemistry lab

Major II

  Practical

2

5

B010202T/

 

Renewable energy resources / Mathematics course/ Cell biology

Major III

Theory

4

6

B010206P/

 

Physics Lab-IV/ Mathematics lab-II / Biological Science lab-II

Major III

  Practical

2

7

 

 

Foundation Course in Mathematics/  Calculus I/ Biostatistics/ Fundamentals of Life Sciences

Minor/ Elective

Theory

4

8

I020201P

VCH102

Modern trends in chemical analysis: Step forward from laboratory to industry-II

Vocational

Practical

3

9

H000201T

COC102

Health and Hygiene

Co-curricular

Theory

2

Total credit

27

1

B020301T

BCY201

Chemical Dynamics & Coordination Chemistry

Major I

Theory

4

2

B020302P

BCY251

Physical Analysis

Major I

  Practical

2

3

B020303T

BCY202

Industrial chemicals and engineering materials

Major II

Theory

4

4

B020304P

BCY252

Inorganic materials chemistry lab

Major II

  Practical

2

5

B010302T

 

Oscillation and waves/ Molecular Biology-I

Major III

Theory

4

6

B010307P

 

Physics lab VI/  Biological Science lab III

Major III

  Practical

2

7

 

 

Foundation Course in Mathematics/ 

Calculus I/

Biostatistics/

Fundamentals of Life Sciences

Minor/ Elective

Theory

4

8

I020301P

VCH201

Modern trends in chemical analysis: Step forward from laboratory to industry-III

Vocational

Practical

3

9

H000301T

COC201

Physical Education

Co-curricular

Theory

2

Total credit

27

 

1

B020401T

BCY203

Quantum Mechanics and Analytical Techniques

Major I

Theory

4

2

B020402P

BCY253

Instrumental Analysis

Major I

  Practical

2

3

B020403T

BCY204

Chemistry in action

Major II

Theory

4

4

B020404P

BCY254

Chemistry in action lab

Major II

  Practical

2

5

B010402T/

 

Laser and its application/  Bioinformatics

Major III

Theory

4

6

B010407P/

 

Physics lab VIII/    Bioinformatics lab IV

Major III

  Practical

2

7

I020401P

VHV202

Modern trends in chemical analysis: Step forward from laboratory to industry-IV

Vocational

Practical

3

8

H000401T

COC202

Human values and Environment Studies

Co-curricular

Theory

2

Total credit

23

1

B020501T

BCY301

Organic Synthesis-A

Major I

Theory

4

 

2

B020502T

BCY302

Rearrangements and Chemistry of Group Elements

Major I

Theory

4

 

3

B020503P

BCY351

Qualitative Analysis

Major I

Practical

2

 

4

B020504R

BCY352

Research Project (will be undertaken as a part of internship after semester 4)

Industrial Training/ Survey/ Project

Project

1

 

5

B020505T

BCY303

Analytical chemistry I

Major II

Theory

4

 
 

6

B020506T

BCY304

Advanced topics in chemistry

Major II

Theory

4

 

7

B020507P

BCY353

Analytical chemistry lab-I

Major II

Practical

2

 

8

H000501T

COC301

Analytic Ability and Digital Awareness

Co-curricular

Theory

2

 

9

H020509R

CCU401

Community connect

Industrial Training/ Survey/ Project

Project

2

 

Total credit

25

 

B020601T

BCY305

Organic Synthesis-B

Major I

Theory

4

25

 

 

B020602T

BCY306

Chemical Energetics and Radiochemistry

Major I

Theory

4

 

B020603P

BCY354

Analytical Methods lab

Major I

Practical

2

 

B020604R

BCY355

Research Project

Industrial Training/ Survey/ Project

Project

3

 

B020605T

BCY307

Biological chemistry

Major II

Theory

4

 

B020606T

BCY308

Analytical chemistry II

Major II

Theory

4

 

B020607P

BCY356

Analytical chemistry lab-II

Major II

Practical

2

 

H000601T

COC302

Communication Skills and Personality Development

Co-curricular

Theory

2

 

Total credit

25

 

Total credit of the 03 year UG Program: 150

01st Year

46-50

Minimum credit required: 146

Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • Sr. Secondary (10+2) with minimum 55% marks in PCM/PCB.
  • Proficiency in English Communication.
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Career path you can choose after the course
  • Researcher
  • Scientific Data Entry Specialist
  • Scientific Officer
  • Synthetic Chemist
  • Patent Associate
  • Tutor
  • Professor

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