The department offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programme in Chemistry.
The B.Sc. Degree programme in Chemistry covers three academic years of six semesters and aims to provide the students with an in-depth understanding and training in chemical sciences. The syllabus has been designed to stimulate the interest of the students in chemistry and prepared in order to equip the students with a potential to contribute to the academic and industrial requirements of the society. The new, updated syllabus is in accordance with the OUTCOME BASEDEDUCATION(OBE) which aims at acquiring advanced knowledge in Chemistry as a discipline, in an interdisciplinary way. Based on the new guidelines of OBE, Programme Outcome (PO) for the First degree Programme is defined by University of Kerala. Programme Specific Outcome relating to B.Sc. Chemistry (PSO) and Course Outcome (CO) relating to each course are also specified.
The First Degree programme in Chemistry comprises of fourteen core courses, one project course, two choice based courses ( an Open course in Vth semester and an Elective course in VIth semester), one core specific foundation course (IInd semester) in addition to one area-specific foundation course, the complementary courses and language courses. The open course offered in the fifth semester is open to students from other Majors. A Computer Skill Development Programme is included as part of the Core Course- CH1221 (Foundation Course II in Semester II) for computational skill development with no End Semester Evaluation (ESE).
Chemistry is offered as the Complementary course for the students of B.Sc. PHYSICS, BOTANY AND ZOOLOGY in the first four semesters of their course. The Complementary Chemistry Syllabus has been designed to motivate students of other majors towards chemistry with a potential to contribute to the academic and industrial requirements of the society, in hand with their major discipline. The new, updated syllabus is in accordance with the OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION (OBE) which aims at acquiring advanced knowledge in different branches of Chemistry, in an interdisciplinary way.
B.Sc. Complementary Chemistry Syllabus
The open course offered in the fifth semester is open to students from other Majors. The course offered is ‘Essentials of Chemistry’.
PG programme shall extend over a period of two academic years comprising of four semesters, each of 450 hours in 18 weeks duration.
HOW TO GET ADMISSION
We do not admit students directly to all the programs. Students can get their seats through the Centralized Online Admission System by the University of Kerala.
Certificate Course on Molecular Modelling Techniques and Drug Design.