B.Sc Chemistry Syllabus

B.Sc Chemistry


B.Sc Chemistry Course Details

It takes three years to complete a B.Sc in Chemistry. It covers synthesis the analysis of the  of various organic and inorganic compounds along with their mode of actions. It also covers the study of various physical parameters and scientific limits of chemical substances. The 3 years are divided into six semesters and syllabus offers various electives such as  chemoinformatics, forensic chemistry, food chemistry, soil analysis along with core subjects.

After graduation, the demand for people with degrees in chemistry is rising. Graduates can find potential opportunities as chemists, R&D scientists, analytical lab chemists, forensic lab chemists, food testing chemists, materials scientists, and geochemists in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Additionally, these graduates are qualified to work in government and private hospitals or laboratories.      

Admission Process

Students can get online admission based on merit or they can simply walk in and after the interaction, they can get approval from Admission Committee.

Eligibility Criteria

The criteria that the students should follow are:-

The Objective of the Course

Course Outcomes at Indus University

Students at Indus University in Gujarat, get to learn in-depth knowledge of chemistry after the fundamentals that they have studied in school.

This undergraduate course provides both practical and theoretical knowledge of Chemistry.

Learn the skills to experiment in the Lab with different analytical Chemistry and inorganic materials under the supervision of a professor.

Understanding of the newest advancements and upcoming developments in Chemistry and its related field.

The student also develops problem-solving abilities to find solutions for a variety of chemistry-related challenges.

Laboratories for Practicals

The Department of Chemistry has an exceptional science lab where understudies can practice and improve their specialized and insightful abilities during lab meetings. The key highlight of this lab is the facility to use different chemical indicators to detect and estimate elements and compounds. Experiments on Analytical Chemistry and inorganic materials through different types of volumetric titrations and subsequent analyses are conducted under the supervision of a professor. Fundamentals of electrochemistry, spectroscopy and physical Chemistry are introduced through experiments by:

Overall, the lab gives free space for students to explore diverse facets of Chemistry.

Job Prospects in Future

B.Sc Chemistry opens up a scope of assorted profession choices that you can investigate. The absolute most preferred profession choices for B.Sc Chemistry include:

Placement Cell at Indus

Indus University aims to provide students with excellent infrastructural facilities and laboratories for the students to practice. Provide an opportunity to discover all the magic of Chemistry that performs in our everyday living world. Here, students get to learn the physical and scientific boundaries of chemical compounds.

In this course, students would be able to understand the essential concept of Chemistry, along with other subjects like Physics, Maths, and Biology through separate subjects or integrated subjects. Students in this course learn to experiment with analytical Chemistry and inorganic materials. Laboratory methods will be highlighted, to use different chemical indicators to detect and estimate elements and compounds. People who have earned a B.Sc in Chemistry from the best university in India can find employment in any of the numerous professions in the chemical industry.

FAQs

What are the eligibility criteria for B.Sc Chemistry?

A student passed from a recognised Higher Secondary in Science, with/without Mathematics, and apply for this course.

What are the job opportunities after pursuing the B.Sc Chemistry?

An individual can choose from various professions including:-

What advantages does a B.Sc in chemistry have?

Numerous career options can be chosen from the field of chemistry, biology, physics, and other natural sciences.

What possibilities are there for continuing study after completing B.Sc?

There are various courses available after B.Sc Chemistry, that can be pursued by a student are M.Sc in Chemistry/ Applied Chemistry/Biotechnology /Environmental Science/ Biochemistry.

FRC Approval : Fees Rs. 35,000/- Yearly  

B.Sc Chemistry Subjects

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Syllabus for B.Sc Chemistry

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Department Activities

Industrial Visit

To enhance holistic education and to develop creative, cognitive and analytical skills among students, the Department of Life Science and Department of Languages (English), had organized a visit to Mundra for various projects of the Adani Group on February 11-12 ,2024. Project Udaan is one of the programmes of Adani Group, which included visits to Adani Solar Power, Adani Wilmar and Adani Port, Adani windmill, and Adani Thermal Plant. The visit to all different locations was guided by professionals and it was thoroughly learning and knowledge gaining experience. Students interacted with industry experts and learnt about the broader aspects of all industries and its contribution to the society and Nation.

Workshop on Soft Skills: Mastering the Art of a Successful Interview Powered by AI Tools

The Department of Chemistry, Indus Institute of Sciences, Humanities, and Liberal Studies (IISHLS) organized a three-day “Workshop on Soft Skills: Mastering the Art of a Successful Interview Powered by AI Tools” in collaboration with KnowHow Academy, Ahmedabad. The workshop took place from January 23 to 25, 2024. Experts Mr. Juned Coach and Mr. Bhagyesh Ranpara from KnowHow Academy, Ahmedabad, graced the event with their presence. The workshop garnered participation from over 76 undergraduate, postgraduate, and research scholars at the institute.

Industrial Visit

The Department of Physics has organized an academic visit to the Institute of Plasma Research (IPR) on January 18, 2024. During the visit, students were allowed to observe the exhibition of plasma-based experiments, the robotic lab, the cryogenics lab, the science park, and SST1 Tokamak. The academic visit provided an excellent opportunity for the faculty member to network with potential scientists at the IPR, which could lead to future collaborations.