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  Department Of Chemistry

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         Chemistry has a reputation for being a complicated and boring science, but for the most part, that reputation is undeserved. Fireworks and explosions are based on chemistry, so it's definitely not a boring science. If you take classes in chemistry, you'll apply math and logic, which can make studying chemistry a challenge if you are weak in those areas. However, anyone can understand the basics of how things work... And that's the study of chemistry. In a nutshell, the importance of chemistry is that it explains the world around you.

Chemistry Explains...

    * Cooking
      Chemistry explains how food changes as you cook it, how it rots, how to preserve food, how your body uses the food you eat, and how ingredients interact to make food.

    * Cleaning
      Part of the importance of chemistry is it explains how cleaning works. You use chemistry to help decide what cleaner is best for dishes, laundry, yourself, and your home. You use chemistry when you use bleaches and disinfectants and even ordinary soap and water. How do they work? That's chemistry!

    * Medicine
      You need to understand basic chemistry so you can understand how vitamins, supplements, and drugs can help or harm you. Part of the importance of chemistry lies in developing and testing new medical treatments and medicines.

    * Environmental Issues
      Chemistry is at the heart of environmental issues. What makes one chemical a nutrient and another chemical a pollutant? How can you clean up the environment? What processes can produce the things you need without harming the environment?

      We're all chemists. We use chemicals every day and perform chemical reactions without thinking much about them. Chemistry is important because everything you do is chemistry! Even your body is made of chemicals. Chemical reactions occur when you breathe, eat, or just sit there reading. All matter is made of chemicals, so the importance of chemistry is that it's the study of everything.

Importance of Taking Chemistry

      Everyone can and should understand basic chemistry, but it may be important to take a course in chemistry or even make a career out of it. It's important to understand chemistry if you are studying any of the sciences because all of the sciences involve matter and the interactions between types of matter. Students wanting to become doctors, nurses, physicists, nutritionists, geologists, pharmacists, and (of course) chemists all study chemistry. You might want to make a career of chemistry because chemistry-related jobs are plentiful and high-paying. The importance of chemistry won't be diminished over time, so it will remain a promising career path.

      The Department of Chemistry was installed in the year 2004. Within a short time, the department has grown with the introduction of PG course in the year 2005 and PG Organic Chemistry Course in the year 2008.

Programmes Offered

  • B.Sc., Chemistry
  • M.Sc., Chemistry
  • M.Sc., Organic Chemistry

       Prof. Janakiraman - Guest Lecturer.

     

Department Activities


EVENTS

YEAR

TITLE

RESOURCE PERSON

Workshop

 

06.01.2011

Modern Research in Chemical Science

Dr.R.Ramesh, Assistant Professor School of Chmistry, Bharathidasan university, Trichy.              Dr.Dharmaraj Assistant Professor, Bharathiyar university, Coimbatore.                   Dr.N.Selvaraj  Assistant Professor School of Chmistry, Pussan National University, South Korea.

Industrial Visit

  24.09.2010

CECRI  Karaikudi

Guest Lecture

 

23.07.2011

Supramolecular and Crystal Engineering

Dr.A.Sebatein Anand, Shivani College of Engineering Trichy.

Guest Lecture

24.09.2011

 Group Theory

Dr.Janikiram, HOD of Chemistry Kurinji College of Arts and Science Trichy.

Guest Lecture

28.09.2011

Organic Chemistry

Dr.M. Syadhu Ali Padhusa, Senior Lecturer Jamal Mohamed College Trichy.

Industrial Visit

16.09.2011

SPIC Tuticorin

National Symposium

 

 

25.02.2012

Recent Development  in Chemistry

Dr.S.Rajendran  Corrosion scientist,RVS School of Engineering Technology,Dindugul.     Dr.S.Maruthamuthu Marine scientist, CECRI Karaikudi.     Dr.Rakesh Barik ScientistforGreen Evironment CSIR- CECRI Karaikudi.             \
Dr.S.Ravichandran Associate Professor Pondicherry. Dr.Renganathan Professor School of chemistry Bharathidasan university, Trichy.             

Department Facilities

Lab Facility

S.No.

Name of the Instruments

1

Three labs 2x55 sq.m size physical lab

2

Three labs of 2x150 sq.m size chemistry lab

3

Balance Rooms -3 Nos.

4

Store Rooms -3 Nos

5

Potentiometer

6

Colorimeter

7

Centrifuge Machine

8

Conductivity Meter

9

Fume Exhaust hood

10

Incinerator

11

Mechanical Shaker

12

Hot Air Oven

13

Thermostat

14

Over Head Projector

15

Refrigerator

Syllabus

B.Sc., Chemistry- Course structure under CBCS
(for the candidates admitted from the academic year 2009-2010 onwards):


Semester

PART

Course

Title of the  Paper

I

I

Language course-I(LC-Tamil* /other languages**#

 

II

English language course-I(ELC)

 

III

Core course - I (CC)

General chemistry -I

Core course - II(CC)

Practical - I - volumetric Analysis

First Allied  course - I (AC)

 

II

I

Language course-II(LC-Tamil* /other languages**#

 

II

English language course-II(ELC)

 

III

Core course - III (CC)

General chemistry-II

First Allied  course - II (AC)

practical

First Allied  course - III (AC)

 

IV

Environmental  studies

 

Value education

 

III

I

Language course-III(LC-Tamil* /other languages**#

 

II

English language course-III(ELC)

 

III

Core course - IV (CC)

General chemistry-III

Core course - V (CC0

Practical - II - semi micro analysis

Second  Allied  course - I

 

IV

Skill Based elective -I

 

Non - major elective - I- for those who studied Tamil under Part - I

  1. Basic Tamil for other language students
  2. Special Tamil for those who studied Tamil up to +2 but option for other languages in degree programme

Agricultural chemistry

IV

I

Language course-IV(LC-Tamil* /other languages**#

 

II

English language course-IV(ELC)

 

III

Core course - VI (CC

General chemistry-IV

Second  Allied  course - II

Practical

Second  Allied  course - III

 

IV

Non - major elective - II- for those who studied Tamil under Part - I
a )Basic Tamil for other language students
b)Special Tamil for those who studied Tamil up to +2 but option for other languages in degree programme

Chemistry of consumer products

Skill Based elective -II

 

V

III

Core course - VII (CC

Inorganic chemistry-I

Core course - VIII(CC

Organic Chemistry-I

Core course - IX (CC

Physical chemistry-I

Core course -X (CC

Practical - III - physical chemistry

Major based elective  -I

Analytical chemistry

IV

Skill Based elective -III

 

Skill Based elective -IV

 

VI

III

Core course - XI (CC

Practical - IV - Gravimetric and organic analysis

Core course - XII(CC

Organic Chemistry-II

Core course - XIII (CC

Physical chemistry -II

Major based elective  -II

Nuclear and industrial chemistry 

Major based elective  -III

optional

IV

Skill Based elective -V

 

Skill Based elective -VI

 

V

Extension activities

 

M.Sc., Chemistry - Course structure under CBCS

Course

Title of the Paper

Core course - I (CC)

Organic Chemistry-I

Core course - II (CC)

Inorganic Chemistry-I

Core course - III (CC)

Physical chemistry-I

Core course - IV (CC)

Organic Practical -I

Core course - V(CC)

Inorganic Practical -I

Core course - VI (CC)

Inorganic Chemistry-II

Core course - VII (CC)

Physical methods in Chemistry I

Core course - VIII (CC)

Organic  Practical -II

Core course - IX (CC)

Inorganic Practical -II

Elective -I

Medicinal Chemistry/Bio Organic Chemistry

Core course - X (CC)

Organic Chemistry II

Core course - XI (CC)

Physical Methods in Chemistry II

Core course - XII (CC)

Physical Chemistry Practical I

Elective-II

Solid State Chemistry/Supramolecular Chemistry and crystal engineering

Elective -III

Electro organic Chemistry/ Analytical Chemistry

Core course - XIII (CC)

Physical Chemistry II

Core course - XIV (CC)

Physical Chemistry Practical II

Project Work

Dissertation -80  Viva-20

Elective -IV

Green Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry

Elective -V

Chemistry of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

M.Sc., Organic Chemistry Course structure under CBCS:

Course

Title of the Paper

Core course - I (CC)

Organic Chemistry-I

Core course - II (CC)

Inorganic Chemistry-I

Core course - III (CC)

Physical chemistry-I

Core course - IV (CC)

Organic Practical -I

Core course - V(CC)

Inorganic Practical -I

Core course - VI (CC)

Inorganic Chemistry-II

Core course - VII (CC)

Physical methods in Chemistry I

Core course - VIII (CC)

Organic  Practical -II

Core course - IX (CC)

Inorganic Practical - II

Elective -I

Natural Products/Bio Organic Chemistry

Core course - X (CC)

Organic Chemistry II

Core course - XI (CC)

Selected Topics in Organic Chemistry

Core course - XII (CC)

Physical Chemistry Practical I

Elective-II

Solid State Chemistry/Supramolecular Chemistry and crystal engineering

Elective -III

Electro organic Chemistry

Core course - XIII (CC)

Physical Chemistry II

Core course - XIV (CC)

Physical Chemistry Practical II

Project Work

Dissertation -80  Viva-20

Elective -IV

Green Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry

Elective -V

Chemistry of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

University Rank Holders

S.No

NAME OF THE STUDENT

UNIVERSITY RANK

1

P.Phelip Jacop

1st

2

Chandrashekaravaleti

1st

3

V.Arunkumar

2nd

4

A.Narasiman

3rd

5

V.Arunraj

3rd

6

M.Veerendrababu

10th

7

N.Venkatasubbaiah   

13th

8

E.Elakiya

13th

Alumnae Details

S.No.

NAME OF THE STUDENT

DESIGNATION

COMPANY NAME

PLACE

1

B.Nithyananthan

-

Pharma Company

Hosur

2

M.Akhil Kumar

B.Ed.,m

-

Kerala

3

V.Anuraj

M.Tech.,

-

Kerala

4

K.V.Arunkumar

Entrepreneur

-

Hyderabad

5

Nallamuthu Ankammarao

-

Organic Synthesis Companuy

Hyderabad

6

Poluru Rajesh

-

Pharma Company

Hyderabad