Duration: 2 Years
The Masters Programme in Chemistry covers all aspects of different branches of chemistry and lays emphasis on detailed understanding of the fundamental principles and on training in appropriate computational and experimental methods. This rigorous training in all the major branches of chemistry – theoretical, applied, instrumental, computational and experimental – sets the stage for electives in interdisciplinary areas as well as for an introduction to the advanced emerging fields of research during the last two semesters of the programme. A project work is designed to cater to the research potential of the students wherein they are exposed to gain experience in handling sophisticated equipment (UV-vis, Fluorescence, IC, HPLC, FTIR, GC-MS/LC-MS QQQ and QToF, MP AES, SEM, TEM) and advanced concepts in Chemistry. Seminars and colloquia require students to prepare presentations to the faculty members and research scholars of the department thereby honing their communication skills and building confidence.
- 10+2 years of schooling and 3 years of university (total 15 years) as recognized by SSSIHL
- Either passed or appeared for Final exams at Bachelor’s degree level before Admissions Test. If not appeared for Bachelor’s degree final exams, aggregate marks in all the preceding Years/Semesters put together will be considered.
- Candidates with a B.Sc. (Hons.): Chemistry as a main subject along with Mathematics and either Physics, Biology, Biotechnology, Statistics, Electronics or Computer Science as additional subjects are eligible to apply. OR
- Candidates with a B.Sc. without Honours: 3-subject combination with Chemistry, Mathematics and either Physics, Statistics, Biology, Bio-technology, Electronics or Computer Science are eligible to apply.
- Age: Preferably below 23 years as of 31st May in the year of admission