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About Department

The Department of Chemistry was established in the year 1992-93. College has started M.Sc.  in Organic Chemistry in the year 2007-08. Research center was started from the academic year 2014-15. The department has well qualified, energetic teaching and non-teaching staff. Laboratory is well equipped with research Instrument like IR, UV, Gouy Balance, Microwave Oven and all necessary instruments, glassware’s to conduct all B.Sc., and M.Sc. practical’s and research activities. Dr. Bhosale V.N., Dr. Magar B.K , Dr. Magare B.K and Dr. Sakhare D.T. are recognized P.G. teacher & Research guide. The 16 research students are working under the guidance of these faculties.

Importance of the subject

Chemistry is important to everyday life, because it provides medicine. The food we consume each day comes directly from chemical processes. It helps meet basic needs such as clothing, energy and shelter, and contributes to the improvement of air, water and soil quality.

The scope of Chemistry in Industry plays an important and useful role towards the development and growth of a number of industries. This includes industries like glass, cement, paper, textile, leather, dye, petroleum, sugar, plastics, Pharmaceuticals.

Chemistry is also important for the environment. When you are aware of the harmful effects of the gases like carbon dioxide and methane as a result of the greenhouse effect, you can easily carve out the solutions for the reduction of its effects on the environment. If you possess a minimum knowledge of the importance and use of chemistry you can help in saving the environment to a large extent.

Understanding the basic chemistry is essential for all, but specializing in chemistry, making a career out of the subject is also interesting. Plenty of chemistry related high paying jobs are available today. All the medical students, physicists, geologists, nutritionists study chemistry.

The main employers of chemistry graduates are in the chemical and related industries, such as: agrochemicals, metallurgical, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, plastics and polymers toiletries, Forensic Chemist. , Biochemistry, biotechnology, Water quality chemist and Cosmetic etc.

Scope for Higher Studies after B.Sc Chemistry.

After pursuing a  B.Sc Chemistry candidates can go for different job opportunities. But we advise students to first pursue M.Sc degree in Chemistry . After post-graduation, they can appear in various exams like GATE JRF, TIFR, CSIR NET JRF etc., depending upon students field of study and choice of the universities and colleges.

If students  are interested in applying for the Integrated PhD courses right after  graduation, then they can go for exams like IIT JAM Exam, GATE etc. to get into the best Ph.D universities in India.

Program Outcomes, Program Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes

Programme Outcomes: B. Sc Chemistry


Department of


After successful completion of three year degree program in Chemistry a

student should be able to;



PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all

disciplines of chemistry.

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and

draw a logical conclusion.

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carry

Out, record and analyze the results of chemical reactions.

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment,

Society and development outside the scientific community.

PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside

the scientific community.


Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Chemistry through theory and practical’s.

PSO-2. To explain nomenclature, stereochemistry, structures, reactivity, NMR, PMR spectroscopy and mechanism of the chemical reactions.

PSO-3. Identify chemical formulae and solve numerical problems

PSO-5. Know structure-activity relationship.

PSO-6. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

PSO-8. Make aware and handle the instruments/equipments.

PSO-9.  Understand Heterocylic compounds, Photochemistry, Aramaticity, kinetics and Catalysis, radioactivity.













Course Outcomes B. Sc Chemistry


Course Outcomes


After completion of these courses’ students should be able to;


 Inorganic Chemistry

CO1. Understand the shapes of atomic orbital’s

CO2.Learn electronic configuration of elements.

CO3.To study periodic prosperities and its trends in periodic table.

CO4. Study the diagonal relationship of S Block elements.

CO5. To understand comparative study of P blocks elements.

 Paper –II

Organic Chemistry

CO1.To study Structure and bonding in organic compounds.

CO2. To understand types and mechanism of organic reactions.

CO3. To study stereochemistry of organic compounds.

CO4. To understand R, S and E, Z nomenclature.

CO5.Lear about alkaens, alkenes methods of formation and reactions.

CO6. To understand Aramaticity of organic compounds.

CO7.To study polyhalogen compounds synthesis and reactions.

 Paper III

Lab course Course-I

CO1. To prepare 0.1 N solutions and its Standardization by given solution.

CO2. To identify two acidic and two basic radicals from the mixture.

CO3.  To determine equivalent weight of mg, Viscosity, surface tension.

CO4. To study hydrolysis reaction.

CO5. Study of Lambert –Beers Law using spectrophotometer.

Semester -II


Physical Chemistry

CO-1. To study mathematical concepts: Logarithmic relations and differentiation functions.

CO-2. To understands kinetic gas equation and deduction of various gas laws.

CO-3 To study chemical kinetics and Catalysis.

CO-4. Solve the numerical problems based on Rate constant

CO-5. To understand difference between solids, liquids and gases.

 CO-6. Understand the classification and structure of nematic and cholesterol phases.

CO7. Learn laws of crystallography.

CO8. To study Colloids and its Classification.


Inorganic Chemistry

CO1. To understand properties of noble gases.

CO2. Describe valence bond theory and its limitations.

CO3. Describe the VSEPR theory and MO theory.

CO4. Predict the directional properties of covalent bonds

CO5.To understands radioactivity and properties of α, β, γ.

CO6. To study of theory of volumetric analysis.


 Lab Course-II

CO1. To identify organic compounds.

CO2. To estimate phenol and basicity, molecular weight of organic compounds.







Course Outcomes B. Sc Chemistry



Course Outcomes


After completion of these courses students should be able to;

Paper VII

Organic Chemistry


CO1. Study the preparation of alcohols, phenols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, Nitroalkane, amines and their chemical properties with mechanism.

Paper VIII

Physical Chemistry

CO1.To study thermodynamic terms and solve numerical on work done

CO2.To understands first law of thermodynamics, capacity, calculation of W, q, Du and dH for ideal gas expansion.

CO3.To learn second law of thermodynamics concept of entropy,

And Helmholtz function.

CO4. To study equilibrium constant and free energy.

CO5.To study Claudius Clapeyron equation and its application.

 Paper IX

Lab course III (Physical/Inorganic)

CO1. To determine critical temperature of phenol water system.

CO2.To determines solubility of benzoic acid, Heat of naturalization, Partition coefficient, and equilibrium constant.

CO3.Detremine molecular mass of polymer.

CO4.To estimate Zn, Mn, Ba and Al gravimetrically.

CO5.To estimate Zink, Nickel, Copper and Lead by EDTA using different indicators.

Semester –IV

Paper –X

Inorganic Chemistry

CO1. To study chemistry of elements of first transition series.

CO2. To learn about co-ordination compounds.

CO3.To study of lanthanides and actinides elements, occurrence and properties.

CO4. To study Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lawry, lux-Flood, solvent and Lewis acid bases concepts.

CO5. To study Non aqueous solvents: Types, properties and reactions.


Physical Chemistry

CO1.To derives phase rule equation.

CO2.Tio study one and two components system.

CO3.To understands Raoults Law and Henry’s law.

CO4.To study ideal and non-ideal system and partially miscible liquids.

CO5. To study specific and equivalent conductance and numerical problems.

CO6.To study Kohlrausch’s law and its applications.

CO7.To study conductometric titration types and its advantages.

CO8. To understand tapes of reversible electrodes.

CO9.To determine pH,pKa by potentiometric method.

CO10. To understand Corrosion and its types.


Lab Course-IV




CO1. To determine normality and strength of HCL,Acetic acid using NaOH solution conductmetrically /pH-metrically.

CO2. To verify Lambert-Beers Law.

CO3.To estimate amount of sugar and determine RI of ethanol water system.

CO4.To prepares derivative, its crystallization and physical constant of organic compounds.                    

CO5.To estimate amount of Nitro group, glucose, ester and amides.



Physical Chemistry

CO1.To study Bohr’s models of hydrogen atom, Schrodinger equation.

CO2.To understand basic feature of different spectrophotometer.


Faculty Members

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Laboratory Staff


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