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M.SC.

M.SC. Department of Chemistry Credit and Semester

Part – I

SEM I

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Physical Chemistry – I

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Inorganic Chemistry – I

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Organic Reaction Mechanism and Stereo Chemistry

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Physical Chemistry Practical (Departmental Course)

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Inorganic Chemistry Practical

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Cyber Security- I

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Human Rights – I

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Safety and Good laboratory Practices

SEM II

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Physical Chemistry -II

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Inorganic Chemistry – II

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Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Spectroscopy

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General Chemistry (Departmental Course) elective

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Organic Chemistry Practical

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Cyber Security- II

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Human Rights – II

Part – II

SEM III

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Organic Reaction Mechanism

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Spectroscopic Methods in

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Organic Stereo Chemistry

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Pericyclic Reactions, – Free Radicals and Photo Chemistry

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Skill Development – I

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Cyber Security – III

SEM IV

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Chemistry of natural Product

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Advanced Synthetic Methods in organic Chemistry

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Heterocyclic Chemistry, Chiron Approach and Chiral Drugs

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Designing of Organic Synthesis

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Skill Development – II

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Cyber Security – IV

Practical Courses

1) Single Stage Preparation    2) Two Stage Preparation    3) Green Chemistry Practicals / Projects.   

Scope After M.sc

The field of Chemistry is of great importance in our day to day life. It is commonly referred to as “The Science Matter”. Once a candidate comes out successfully as
a degree holder in B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Organic) Chemistry he/ she has various opportunities to make bright future. He/ She can grab job with that degree in both private as
well as public sector or he/ she can go for higher studies which will improve their educational qualification. Both private and public sector organizations demand such
up-coming talents. There are various fields where graduate and post-graduate (Chemistry) students can flourish their career. Some of the areas offer the job for
Chemistry students includes…

 

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Research Laboratories

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Oil Industries

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Pharmaceutical Companies

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Petroleum Companies

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Waste Water Plants

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Power Generating Plants

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Agriculture Research Services

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Forensic Crime Research

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Food Industries

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Biotechnology Firm

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Education Sector

Apart from this those who are looking for public sector jobs after completing M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry they can join national and international research institutes.

 

First class M.Sc. post graduates in Organic Chemistry can work as JRF or project assistant in a various research institute like Agharkar Research institute, National Chemical Laboratories, National Institute of Technology and more other.

 

They can also work as Management trainees in various private sectors like Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.