Surya Sen Colony, Block B, Siliguri
Dist.: Jalpaiguri, West Bengal (India)-734004
Email: suryasen@suryasencollege.org.in
Phone : +91 353-2691488, +91 94763 87939

SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA

Govt. Aided College & Recognized by UGC u/s 2(f) &1 2(b) :: Established in: 1998
NAAC ACCREDITED  ::   ISO 9001:2115 & ISO 21001:2018 CERTIFIED
Masterda Surya Sen

Indian revolutionary
and School Teacher

22 Mar1894 - 12 Jan 1934

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY



FOUR YEAR UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAM (FYUGP)

PROGRAM NAME: B.SC. Chemistry (MAJOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Gaining knowledge of fundamental concepts of Organic, Physical and Inorganic chemistry
  • Reasoning to solve problems in Organic, Inorganic, Analytical and Physical Chemistry.
  • Familiarizing students with recent developments in Chemistry
  • Developing a foundation for research and development in Chemistry
  • Developing analytical abilities for independent thinking

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 1

Organic Chemistry (UCHEMAJ11001 –Theory and Practical):

  • Understanding of Basics of Organic Chemistry
  • Familiarizing with chromatographic experiments

Soil Chemistry (UCHESEC11001- Theory and Practical):

  • To understanding of Physical Properties of Soil and Basic Chemistry of Soil, Familiarizing with compost soil to increase soil fertility
  • Determination of pH level

SEM 2

 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (UCHEMAJ12002- Theory and Practical):

  • Understanding the fundamentals of atomic structure, familiarizing with periodic properties of elements and with ionic and covalent bonding
  • Qualitative analysis of water soluble mixtures

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (UCHESEC12002- Theory and Practical): 

  • Detail study of Drug Development and synthetic approach of drugs & familiarizing with vitamins and natural products
  • Preparation of Aspirin, Antacid, Oil of winter green.

PROGRAM NAME: B.SC. CHEMISTRY (MINOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME 

  • Gaining knowledge of fundamental concepts of Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
  • Reasoning to solve problems in Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
  • Familiarizing with atomic state of chemistry
  • To understand the basics of organic chemistry
  • Developing analytical abilities for independent thinking in chemistry

SEM 1

Introductory Chemistry (UCHEMIN11001 - Theory and Practical):

  • Understanding of Basics of Organic Chemistry & knowledge of Atomic Structure and Chemistry of Gaseous State
  • Qualitative analysis of water soluble mixtures

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.SC. CHEMISTRY (HONOURS)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Gaining knowledge of fundamental concepts of Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
  • Reasoning to solve problems in Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry.
  • Familiarizing with Bio-Organic Chemistry
  • To understand the details of Inorganic elements and compounds
  • Developing analytical abilities for independent thinking in chemistry

 COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 3

Inorganic Chemistry (CC5 – Theory and Practical):

  • Elements of periodic table with their Chemistry & metallurgy, Chemistry of noble gas & Inorganic Polymers
  • Understanding Iodo/iodimetry titration, permanganometry/dichrometry titrations, quantitative estimation of mixture of anions

Organic Chemistry (CC6 – Theory and Practical):

  • Chemistry of halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenols, carbonyl compounds carboxylic acid & sulphur compounds
  • Functional group test for alcohol, phenol, carbonyl and carboxylic acid and preparation of derivatives of organic compounds

Physical Chemistry (CC7 – Theory and Practical):

  • Phase equilibria of solutions, chemical kinetics of reactions, Surface chemistry & Catalysis process
  • Study of kinetics of various reactions and verification of adsorption isotherm

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (SEC1 Theory):

  • Detailed study of drug development and synthetic approach of drug
  • Hands on training for preparation of analgesic & antacid drugs

SEM 4

Inorganic Chemistry – III (CC8 – Theory and Practical):

  • Coordination Chemistry & Transition elements, Lanthanoids & Actinoids & Bioinorganic Chemistry
  • Understanding the preparative methods of various coordination complexes

Organic Chemistry – III (CC9– Theory and Practical):

  • Study of Nitrogen Containing Functional Groups & Polynuclear Hydrocarbons, Heterocyclic Compounds, Alkaloids & Terpenes
  • Detection of extra elements of organic compounds by Lassaigne’s method & functional group test for nitrogenous organic compounds

Physical Chemistry-IV (CC10– Theory and Practical):

  • Studies on Conductance, Electrochemical cell, Electrical & Magnetic Properties of Atoms and Molecules
  • Condutometric & potentiometric titration of acid with base

Green Methods in Chemistry (SEC-2 – Theory and Practical):

  • Description of Green Chemistry in details in relation to sustainability
  • Understanding preparative method in green way

SEM 5

Organic Chemistry (CC11 Theory and Practical):

  • Studies on pericyclic reactions, Nucleic acids, amino acids, peptides, proteins, enzymes, lipids, bio-systems
  • Determination of various parameters of biologically important compounds

Physical Chemistry (CC12Theory and Practical):

  • Quantum chemistry & molecular spectroscopy, photochemistry, Colloids & statistical thermodynamics
  • Verification of Lambert-Beer’s law and analysis of vibration-rotation spectra

Analytical Methods in Chemistry (DSE-1 Theory and Practical):

  • Qualitative and quantitative aspects of analysis, thermal methods of analysis, separation techniques: chromatography, solvent extraction process, optical methods of analysis
  • Hands on training on various analytical techniques to identify, separation and purification of compounds

Inorganic Chemicals of Industrial Importance (DSE-2 Theory and Practical):

  • Silicate industries, Fertilizers, batteries, Surface Coatings
  • Analysis of cement & dolomites

SEM 6

Inorganic Chemistry - IV (CC13 Theory and Practical):

  • Theoretical Principles in Qualitative Analysis (H2S Scheme), Organometallic Compounds, Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, Catalysis by Organometallic Compounds
  • Qualitative analysis of mixtures of inorganic compounds up to four radicals

Organic Chemistry - V (CC14 Theory and Practical):

  • Organic Spectroscopy, Carbohydrates& Dyes
  • Qualitative analysis of organic compounds

Polymer Chemistry (DSE-3 Theory and Practical):

  • Introduction and history of polymeric materials, Functionality and its importance, Kinetics of Polymerization, Synthetic approach of polymers
  • Preparation of polymers and determination of their viscosity

Industrial Chemicals and Environment DSE-4 Theory and Practical):

  • Industrial Gases and Inorganic Chemicals, Environment and its segments & Energy & Environment
  • Field visit to industries

 

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.SC. CHEMISTRY (PROGRAM)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Gaining knowledge of fundamental concepts of Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
  • Reasoning to solve problems in Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
  • Familiarizing with Bio-Organic Chemistry
  • To understand the details of Inorganic elements and Compound
  • Developing analytical abilities for independent thinking in Chemistry

SEM 3

Solutions, Phase Equilibria, Conductance, Electrochemistry & Functional Group Organic Chemistry- II (GE-3 and DSC-3 Theory and Practical):

  • Phase equilibria, Solutions, Conductance, Electrochemistry, Carboxylic acids and their derivatives
  • Performing Conductometric and Potentiometric titrations

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (SEC-1 Theory and Practical):

  • Drugs & Pharmaceuticals, Fermentation
  • Hands on training for preparation of analgesic & antacid drugs

 

SEM 4

Transition Metal & Coordination Chemistry, States of Matter & Chemical Kinetics GE-4 & DSC-4 Theory and Practical):

  • Transition Elements, Lanthanoids and actinoids, Coordination Chemistry, Crystal Field Theory, Gases, Liquids, Solids & Chemical Kinetics
  • Qualitative analysis of mixtures of inorganic compounds up to four radicals

Green Methods in Chemistry (SEC-2 Theory and Practical):

  • Description of Green Chemistry in details in relation to sustainability, Economical effect of Green Chemistry
  • Understanding preparative method in green way

 

SEM 5

Inorganic Chemicals of Industrial Importance (DSE-I Theory and Practical):

  • Silicate industries, Fertilizers, batteries, Surface Coatings
  • Analysis of cement & dolomites

Pesticide Chemistry (SEC-3 Theory and Practical):

  • General introduction to pesticides (natural and synthetic), Benefits and adverse effects of pesticides, Changing concepts of pesticides, Structure activity relationship, Synthesis and technical manufacture and uses of representative pesticides in the following classes: DDT, Malathion, Alachlor and Butachlor
  • Analysis of properties of pesticides

SEM 6

Industrial Chemicals and Environment (DSE-2 Theory and Practical):

  • Industrial Gases and Inorganic Chemicals, Environment and its segments, Energy & Environment
  • Field visit to industries

Chemistry of Cosmetics and Perfumes (SEC-4 Theory and Practical):

  • Detailed Chemistry of various types of cosmetics and perfumes alongside their application
  • Practical experience of producing various types of cosmetics
SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA
Affiliated under NBU


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P.O. : Siliguri Town Dist. : Jalpaiguri,
West Bengal (INDIA), Pin : 734004
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