About the Course
The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry is a three-year undergraduate programme.
After completing high school in a science track, students can enrol for BSc Chemistry.
The BSc Chemistry programme is structured into six semesters, with semester exams every six months. It is also based on the Choice-Based Credit System in a few universities (CBCS).
To be qualified for the courses, candidates must have Chemistry, Physics, and Math as their main subjects in 12th grade.
The BSc Chemistry admission process is the same as the other BSc Admission 2023.
Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry, and Physical Chemistry are all covered in the BSc Chemistry curriculum.
Admission to the BSc Chemistry Program is handled in two ways:
Before giving admission, institutions conduct entrance exams, the other is based on the merit list established by the institution based on the students’ 12th-grade results.
Marks are derived using the best four subjects from the 12th grade, including Chemistry as the primary subject. To be able to apply for the course, candidates must have at least 55% aggregate in their 12th grade.
Three years of Chemistry entails various Chemistry subjects dealing with various disciplines of chemistry such as inorganic, organic, physical, and general. A brief BSc chemistry syllabus is provided here to give you an overview of the topics covered in the course:
- Organic Chemistry:
Enzymes and Lipids, Carbohydrates, Dyes, and Polymers, Concept of Energy in Biosystems, Heterocyclic Compounds, Stereochemistry, Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, Polynuclear Hydrocarbons, Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Alkaloids and Terpenes, Organic Spectroscopy
- Inorganic Chemistry:
Organometallic Compounds, Transition Elements, Noble Gases, General Principles of Metallurgy, Atomic Structure, Inorganic Polymers, Inorganic Polymers, Lanthanoids and Actinoids, Catalysis by Organometallic Compounds
- Physical Chemistry:
Solid State, Liquid State, Gaseous State, Chemical Kinetics, Solutions and Colligative Properties, Electrical and Magnetic Properties, Ionic and Phase Equilibria, Molecular Spectroscopy
- General Chemistry:
Isomers, Phase Rule, Qualitative Analysis, Carbanions, Colloids and Surface Chemistry, Solid-State Chemistry
- BSc Biochemistry
BSc Biochemistry is an integrated subject of Biology and Chemistry that deals with the study of living organisms and the molecules and atoms that make up the structural composition of a live thing.
Candidates studying this education have more job options in sectors such as medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine, among others.
- BSc Applied Chemistry
The principles of chemical sciences are covered in the BSc Applied Chemistry. It is concerned with the application of chemical knowledge and principles in other domains. It includes the principles of Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry, as well as other related topics.
Food Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Medical Chemistry, and Nutrition are some of the more prevalent subjects. Graduates of BSc Applied Chemistry have a wide range of opportunities in industries such as the chemical industry, manufacturing companies, agriculture industries, and biotechnology firms, among others.
- Analytical Chemist (INR 3.5 to INR 4.5 LPA)
- Lab Assistant (INR 3 to INR 4 LPA)
- Chemist (INR 6 to INR 8 LPA)
- Junior Research Associate (INR 4 to INR 5 LPA)
- Teacher (INR 6 to INR 7 LPA)
- Research Scientist (INR 6 to INR 8 LPA)
- Quality Control Chemist (INR 3 LPA to INR 5 LPA)
- Maulana Azad College, Kolkata
- Maharaja’s College. Ernakulam
- Ram Lal Anand College, New Delhi
- Patna Women’s College (PWC, Patna), Patna
- MotiLal Nehru College, Delhi
- Government Autonomous College (GAC), Kalahandi
- Dyal Singh College, Delhi
- Madras Christian College (MCC), Chennai
- Mount Carmel College (MCC), Bangalore
- Ramnarain Ruia College (RUIA College), Mumbai
- Stella Maris College, Chennai
- Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (VELS University), Chennai
- Fergusson College, Pune.
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