B.Sc.

The course is full time with six semester spread over three year.

B.Sc.(Chemistry)


The Bachelor of Science in chemistry translates in making a significant investment in one’s professional career. It also provides:


• The opportunities for students to show outstanding performance at subject knowledge and understanding, intellectual skills related to the subject.
• Transferable skills and attitudes through introduction of a wide range of topics.
• Reasoning through unfamiliar problems, critical and analytical thinking etc.
• It also provides the tools to investigate topics in depth, in order to find a systematic approach in analyzing and building up knowledge to reach a solution.
• Also develops the teamwork and leadership abilities imbibed to give importance to Safe Laboratory Practice.

B.Sc.(Physics)


The systematic and planned curricula from these courses shall motivate and encourage learners to understand basic concepts of Physics.


Objectives:


• To develop analytical abilities towards real world problems
• To familiarize with current and recent scientific and technological developments
• To enrich knowledge through problem solving, hands on activities, study visits, projects etc
• Understand the significance of the concept of physics in the last century by unifying space and time, mass and energy, electricity and magnetism
• Fundamental principles and concepts governing classical nuclear and Particle physics
• Understand the basic electronic circuits and basic concepts of analog and digital electronics and communication with skill to develop quantitative problem solving skills
• Upon successful completion of this course, the student understand the application of quantum mechanics in atomic physics
• Understand the basics of solid state physics with crystallography which will help in research for analysis.
• Planning of the experiments with Layout and adjustments of the equipments, Understanding designing of the experiments,and Attempts to make the experiments open ended

B.Sc.(Chemistry)

By the end of the programme, graduates will be able to:

• Have a spirit of inquiry into the fundamental aspects of the various core areas of Chemistry.
• Analyse the various observations and chemical phenomena presented to him during the course solve problems in the various units of this course.
• Get hands on experience of the concepts and processes in the various branches of chemistry.
• Get various skills of handling chemicals, reagents, apparatus, instruments and the care and safety aspects involved in such handling.
• Analyze and interpret results of the experiments he conducts or performs.
• Acquire or pursue a source of livelihood like jobs in chemical industry.
• Arouse the interest to pursue higher levels of learning in chemistry.

B.Sc.(Physics)

The curriculum motivates and encourages students to:

• Understand basic concepts of Physics.
• Understand the core areas of physics, including mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics and electronics at a level compatible with graduate programs.
• Be able to analyze and interpret quantitative results, both in the core areas of physics and interdisciplinary areas.
• Be able to use contemporary experimental apparatus and analysis tools to acquire, analyze and interpret scientific data.
• Be able to apply the principles of physics to solve new and unfamiliar problems be able to effectively communicate scientific results.

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY


Class Course Outcomes (Students will be able to )
FY B.Sc.
Sem-I
USCH201
To know in detail about Stereochemistry
1. To understand the concept of Chemical Thermodynamics 2. To predict the Atomic structure, and understant the Periodic Table and periodicity 3. Understand the Basics of Organic Chemistry, Classification and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds 4. To understand the fundamentals of organic reaction mechanism 5. To know the bonding and Structure of organic compounds
FY B.Sc.
Sem-I
USCH102
Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
1. Understand the general properties of organic compounds, applications of organic compounds. 2. Understand the Mono functional compounds - Common and IUPAC nomenclature of various type of organic compound. 3. To study the Comparative chemistry of Main Group Elements 4. Understand of S- block Elements of alkali metals and Alkaline earth metals 5. Understand Arrhenius theory, Bronsted- Lowry theory, and Lewis theory. 6. To understand the concept of Chemical Kinetics and Liquid state 7. To know in detail about Stereochemistry ,Fischer Projection, Newman and Sawhorse Projection formulae and their interconversions
FY B.Sc.
Sem-I
USCHP1
Chemistry practical
1. To determine the enthalpy of dissolution of salt 2. To determine the rate constant for the hydrolysis of an ester using HCl as a catalyst 3. To determine the strength of commercial sample of HCl 4. Learn the applications of types of titrations for various estimations 5. Carry out quantitative analysis by gravimetric method 6. Carry out quantitative analysis by volumetric method
FY B.Sc.
Sem-II
USCH201
Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
1. Identify methods and instruments that can be used to study chemistry 2. Evaluate data generated by experimental methods for chemical characterization. 3. Electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic spectrum, Planck’s equation, 4. Types of solids, crystal lattice, lattice points, unit cell, space lattice and lattice plane 5. Types of chemical bond, comparison between ionic and covalent bonds 6. Redox potentials: half reactions; balancing redox equations and Applications of redox chemistry 7. Hückel's ruleanti-aromaticity, aromatic character of arenes and heterocyclic compounds
FY B.Sc.
Sem-II
USCH202
Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
1. Electrophilic aromatic substitution: halogenation, nitration, sulphonation and Friedel-Craft reaction and mechanism 2. To understand the Ionic equilibria,, Molecular Spectroscopy, Solid State Chemistry 3. Understand the the alkane, alkene and alkyne by many organic reaction. 4. To understand the concept of Stereochemistry II: Cycloalkanes and Conformational Analysis 5. To understand the Aromatic hydrocarbons 6. To determine the Molecular weight, formula weight, equivalent weight of organic compounds. 7. Understand the Electronic structures, size of atoms and ions, ionization energy, metallic and nonmetallic of p block elements.
FY B.Sc.
Sem-II
USCHP2
Chemistry practical
1. Handle viscometer to determine the viscosity and relative viscosity of liquids. 2. Carry out quantitative analysis by instrumental method using Conductometer. 3. To standardise commercial sample of HCl using borax 4. Perform semimicro qualitative analysis of a sample containing two cations and two anions. 5. To characterise the organic compounds containing C,H,(O), N, S & X.
SY B.Sc
Sem-III
Paper-I (General Chemistry) USCH301
Unit-I Physical Chemistry
Unit-II Inorganic Chemistry
Unit-III Organic Chemistry
1. Understand the Chemical Thermodynamics-II, Electrochemistry-- Free Energy Functions: Helmholtz Free Energy, 2. Understand concept of Helmolthz free energy 3. Understand numerical calculations of Gibbs free energy. 4. Understand concept of Conductivity, equivalent and molar conductivity and their variation with dilution for weak and strong electrolytes 5. Understand the concept of Kohlrausch law of independent migration of ions 6. Ionic Bond: Conditions for the Formation of Ionic Bond. 7. Types of Ionic Crystals, Radius Ratio Rules 8. Lattice Energy, Borne-Lande Equation and Kapustinski Equation 9. Born-Haber Cycle and its Application 10. Resonance and the concept of Formal Charge; Rules for Resonance or Canonical structures. 11. Equivalent and Non-Equivalent hybrid orbitals and Contribution of a given atomic orbital to the hybrid orbitals 12. Molecular orbital Theory and Bond Order and magnetic property 13. Review the concept of Nucleophilic substitution reactions: SN1, SN2 and SNi mechanisms with stereochemical aspects and factors affecting nucleophilic substitution reactions 14. Study of Nucleophilic aromatic substitution (SNAr) addition-elimination mechanism and benzyne mechanism 15. Study of reactivity, preparation and reactions of Organomagnesium and organolithium compounds
SY B.Sc
Sem-III
Paper-II (General Chemistry) USCH302
Unit-I Physical Chemistry
Unit-II Inorganic Chemistry
Unit-III Organic Chemistry
1. To know about Electrochemical conventions, Reversible and irreversible cells. 2. Partial miscibility of liquids: Critical solution temperature; effect of impurity on partial miscibility of liquids with 3. Know the pH determination using hydrogen electrode and quinhydrone electrode 4. To understand the Nernst distribution law and its applications, solvent extraction 5. Theories of reaction rates: Collision theory and activated complex theory of bimolecular reactions. Comparison between the two theories 6. To understand the Structure and bonding in diborane and tetraborane 7. Electron deficient compounds – BH3, BF3, BCl3 with respect to Lewis acidity and applications 8. To understand the Structure and bonding in diborane and tetraborane 9. To understand the Chemistry of Silicon and Germanium 10. Trends in chemical reactivity - Formation of hydrides, halides, oxides with special reference to oxides of nitrogen 11. To understand the Nomenclature of aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic carbonyl compounds. 12. To know theGeneral mechanism of nucleophilic addition, and acid catalyzed nucleophilic addition reactions. 13. To Know theReactions of aldehydes and ketones with NaHSO3, HCN, RMgX, alcohol, amine, phenyl hydrazine, 2,4-Dinitrophenyl hydrazine, LiAlH4 and NaBH4. 14. Mechanisms of following reactions: Benzoin condensation, Knoevenagel condensation, Claisen-Schmidt and Cannizzaro reaction.
SY B.Sc
Sem-III
Paper-III USCH303
Analytical Chemistry
USCHP1: Chemistry practical:
1. Intorduction to Analytical Chemistry and Statistical Treatment of analytical data-I 2. To understand the Classical Methods of Analysis. 3. To know in detail about Instrumental Methods-I 4. To verify Ostwald’s dilution law for weak acid conductometrically 5. Determination of energy of activation of acid catalyzed hydrolysis of methyl acetate 6. To investigate the reaction between K2S2O8 and KI with equal initial concentrations of the reactants 7. Identification of cations in a given mixture and Analytically separating them 8. Investigation of the raction between Copper supfate and Sodium Hydroxide 9. Organic preparation and their purification
SY B.Sc
Sem-IV
Paper-I (General Chemistry) USCH401
Unit-I Physical Chemistry
Unit-II Inorganic Chemistry
Unit-III Organic Chemistry
1. Thermodynamics of a reversible cell, calculation of thermodynamic properties: ΔG, ΔH and ΔS from EMF data 2. Concentration cells with transference and without transference. Liquid junction potential and salt bridge 3. Derivation of Clausius – Clapeyron equation and its importance in phase equilibria 4. Two component systems involving eutectics, congruent and incongruent melting points (lead-silver system 5. Significance of special stability of d0, d5 and d10 leading to variable oxidation states; Unusual oxidation states and their stabilities in aqueous solutions 6. To understand the Chemistry of Titanium and vanadium: properties of Oxides and chlorides; use in titrimetric analysis 7. To know about the different types of ligands and Isomerism :General Types with special reference to stereoisomerism of coordination compounds (C.N=6) 8. Valence Bond Theory; Hybridisation of the central metal orbitals-sp3, sd3/d3s sp3d2/d2sp3, sp2d, 9. To understand the Nomenclature, structure and physical properties, acidity of carboxylic acids, effects of substituents on acid strength of aliphatic and aromatic carboxylic acids 10. To know the Mechanism of nucleophilic acyl substitution and acid-catalysed nucleophilic acyl substitution. Interconversion of acid derivatives by nucleophilic acyl substitution 11. To Know the Nomenclature, preparation of aromatic sulphonic acids by sulphonation of benzene 12. To understand the Comparative acidity of carboxylic acid and sulfonic acids. Salt formation, desulphonation.
SY B.Sc
Sem-IV
Paper-II (General Chemistry) USCH402
Unit-I Physical Chemistry
Unit-II Inorganic Chemistry
Unit-III Organic Chemistry
1. Characteristics of simple cubic, face centered cubic and body centered cubic systems, interplanar distance in cubic lattice 2. Types of catalysis, catalytic activity, specificity and selectivity, inhibitors, catalyst poisoning and deactivation 3. Mechanisms and kinetics of acid-base catalyzed reactions, effect of pH. 4. Effect of particle size and efficiency of nanoparticles as catalyst 5. Hydration of Cations; Hydrolysis of Cations predicting degree of hydrolysis of Cations-effect of Charge and Radious 6. Classification of cations on the basis of acidity category 7. Hydration of Anions; Effect of Charge and Radius; Hydration of anions- concept, diagram classification on the basis of basicity 8. Physical properties of concentrated oxo-acids like sulfuric, Nitric and Phosphoric acid 9. Nomenclature, effect of substituent on basicity of aliphatic and aromatic amines 10. Sandmeyer reaction, Gattermann reaction, Gomberg reaction, 11. Classification, nomenclature, electronic structure, aromaticity in 5-numbered and 6-membered rings containing one heteroatom; 12. Reactivity of furan, pyrrole and thiophene towards electrophilic substitution reactions 13. Reactions of furan, pyrrole and thiophene 14. Comparison of basicity of pyridine, pyrrole and piperidine.
SY B.Sc
Sem-IV
Paper-III USCH303
Analytical Chemistry
USCHP4,: Chemistry practical:
USCHP5
USCHP6
1. Separation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry 2. Instrumental Methods-II 3. Statistical Treatment of analytical data --II 4. To determine standard EMF and the standard free energy change of Daniel cell potentiometrically 5. To determine the amount of HCl in the given sample potentiometrically 6. Inorganic preparation – Nickel dimethyl glyoxime using microscale method 7. Complex cation – Tris (ethylene diamine) nickel (II) thiosulphate 8. Qualitative Analysis of bi-functional organic compounds 9. Compare the strengths of HCl and H2SO4 by studying kinetics of acid hydrolysis of methyl acetate.
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USCH501: Physical Chemistry
USCH502 Inorganic Chemistry
USCH503: Organic Chemistry
USCH504: Analytical Chemistry
USACDD501: Applied component
Drugs & Dyes
• Rotational Spectrum, Vibrational spectrum, Vibrational-Rotational spectrum of diatomic molecule • Understand theRaman Spectroscopy • Colligative properties: Vapour pressure and relative lowering of vapour pressure • Elevation in boiling point of a solution, thermodynamic derivation relating elevation in boiling point of the solution and molar mass of non-volatile solute. • Introduction, thermodynamic derivation of Van't Hoff equation, Van't Hoff Factor. • Measurement of Osmotic Pressure - Berkeley and Hartley's Method, Reverse Osmosis • Introduction and Importance of Symmetry in Chemistry and Symmetry elements and Symmetry operations • Molecular Orbital Theory for heteronuclear diatomic molecules and polyatomic species • Explanation of terms viz.crystal lattice, lattice point, unit cell and lattice constants • Closest packing of rigid spheres (hcp,ccp), packing density in simple cubic, bcc and fcc lattices • Explanation of terms like superconductivity, transition temperature, Meissner effect • Chemistry of Lanthanides with reference to (i) lanthanide contraction and its consequences(ii) Oxidation states • Occurrence, extraction and separation of lanthanides and Applications of lanthanides • Classification of solvents and importance of non-aqueous solvents • Comparative Chemistry of Group 16 and group 17 • Mechanism of organic reactions • Difference between thermal and photochemical reactions. Jablonski diagram, singlet and triplet states, allowed and forbidden transitions, fate of excited molecules, photosensitization. • Photochemistry of carbonyl compounds: Norrish I, Norrish II cleavages. Photo reduction • Molecular chirality and elements of symmetry • General introduction & scope, meaning & examples of insecticides, herbicides, fungicide, rodenticide, pesticides, plant growth regulators • Synthesis & application of IAA ( Indole Acetic Acid) & Endosulphan • Reactivity and preparation of pyridine-N-oxide, quinoline and iso-quionoline • Reactions of quinoline and isoquinoline; oxidation,reduction,nitration,halogenation • Concepts of Quality, Quality Control and Quality Assurance and Importance of Quality concepts in Industry • Inter conversion of various concentration units and Percent composition of elements in chemical compounds • Purpose, significance and difficulties encountered in sampling and Sampling of solids, liquids and gases • Construction of the titration curves and calculation of Esystem in aqueous medium • Theory of redox indicators- diphenyl amine and ferroin • Use of EDTA as titrant and its standardisation, absolute and conditional formation constants of metal EDTA complexes • Metallochromic indicators, theory, examples and applications • Introduction, Energy level diagrams, Atomic spectra, Absorption and Emission Spectra • Principle, Instrumentationand application of Flame Photometry and Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy • Principle, Instrumentation and applications Molecular Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Spectroscopy • Principle, Instrumentation and applications of Turbidimetry and Nephelometry • Factors affecting extraction: Chelation, Ion pair formation and solvation • Craig’s counter current extraction: Principle, apparatus and application • Principle, Instrumentation and applications of HPLC and HPTLC • General Introduction to Drugs and Nomenclature of drugs • Oral and Parenteral routes with advantages and disadvantages .• Pharmacodynamic agents: CNS drugs, Analgesics, Antipyretics and Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Antihistaminic Drugs, Cardiovascular drugs, Antidiabetic Agents, Antiparkinsonism Drugs and Drugs for Respiratory System • Introduction to the dye-stuff Industry : Natural and Synthetic Dyes, • Substrates for Dyes : Types of fibres (Natural: cellulosic and proteinaceous fibres, Synthetic: Nylon, Polyesters and Polyamides) • Classification of dyes based on applications and dyeing methods • Classification of dyes based on applicability on substrates • Colour and Chemical Constitution of Dyes and Relation between colour and chemical constitution • Unit process and Dye Intermediates (Preparation)
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USCHP01 Physical Practical • To determine the molecular weight of compound by Rast Method • To determine the order between K2S2O8 and KI by fractional change method • To investigate the adsorption of acetic acid on activated charcoal and test the validity of Freundlich adsorption isotherm • To determine the solubility product and solubility of AgCl potentiometrically using chemical cell • To determine the velocity constant of alkaline hydrolysis of ethyl acetate by conductometric method • To determine acidic and basic dissociation constants of amino acid and hence to calculate isoelectric point
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USCHP02 Inorganic Practicals • Inorganic preparations of Potassium diaquobis- (oxalato)cuprate (II), Ferrous ethylene diammonium sulphate and bisacetylacetonatocopper(II) • Determination of percentage purity of the given water soluble salt and qualitative detection w.r.t added cation and/or anion
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USCHP09: Organic Chemistry • Separation of Binary solid-solid mixture
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USCHP13: Analytical Chemistry • Spectrophotometric estimation of fluoride • Estimation of magnesium content in Talcum powder by complexometry • Determination of COD of water sample • To determine potassium content of a Fertilizer by Flame Photometry • To determine the amount of persulphate in the given sample solution by back titration with standard Fe (II) ammonium sulphate solution • To determine the amount of sulphate in given water sample turbidimetrically
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-V
USACDD5P1: Dugs & dyes Practical
CH-363: Organic chemistry
• Estimation of Ibuprofen (back titration method) • Estimation of Acid neutralizing capacity of a drug • Preparation of Aspirin from salicylic acid. • Separation of components of natural pigments by paper chromatography • Project: Preparation of Orange II dye and its use for dyeing different fabrics
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCH601: Physical Chemistry • Activity and Activity Coefficient of an electrolyte • Classification of cells: Chemical cells and Concentration cell • Polarization and Decomposition Potential and Overvoltage • Classification of polymers and Method of determining molar masses of polymers • Introduction, limitations of classical mechanics, Black body radiation, photoelectric effect, Compton effect • Quantum mechanics : State function and its significance, Concept of operators • Renewable energy resources; Solar energy and Hydrogen • Principle, Instrumentation and application of NMR Spectrometer and ESR spectrometer
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCH602: Inorganic Chemistry • Crystal Field Theory and effect of crystal field on central metal valence orbitals in various geometries • Crystal field splitting parameters Δ, Crystal field stabilization energy and Limitations of CFT • Molecular orbital Theory for coordination compounds • Stability of Metal-Complexes • Reactivity of metal complexes • Types of electronic transitions in coordination compounds • Determination of Terms for p2 and d1 electronic configurations • General characteristics of various types of organometallic compounds • Introduction, Ferrocene : Synthesis, properties, structure and bonding on the basis of VBT • Comparison between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis • Metallurgy of copper: occurrence, physicochemical principles & Extraction of copper from pyrites& refining by electrolysis • Chemistry of Group 18: General characteristics and trends in physical and chemical properties • Essential and non essential elements in biological systems
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCH603: Organic Chemistry •Stereoselectivity and stereospecificity: Idea of enantioselectivity (ee) and diastereoselectivity (de) • Stereochemistry of- Substitution reactions and Elimination reactions and Addition reaction • General Structure, configuration, and classification of Amino acids & Proteins • Mechanism of Pinacol-pinacolone rearrangement, Beckmann rearrangement, Favorski rearrangement, Michael addition, Wittig reaction • Introduction: classification, reducing and non-reducing sugars, DL notation of Carbohydrates • Basic theory, nature of IR Spectroscopy and PMR Spectroscopy • Spectral characteristics of following classes of organic compounds, including benzene and monosubstituted benzenes, with respect to IR and PMR • Problems of structure elucidation of simple organic compounds using individual or combined use of UV-Vis, IR, Mass and NMR spectroscopic technique • Polymer : Introduction of Condensation polymers and Stereochemistry of polymers • Natural and synthetic rubbers: Polymerisation of isoprene • Biodegradable polymers
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCH604: Analytical Chemistry • Role and selection of supporting electrolyte • Qualitative aspects of Polarography • Amperometric Titrations : Principle, Rotating Platinum Electrode, Titration curves with example • Gas Chromatography : Introduction, Principle, Theory and Instrumentation • Ion Exchange Chromatography : Introduction, Principle and Types of Ion Exchangers • Introduction to food chemistry : Food processing and preservation • Study and analysis of food products and detection of adulterants in milk, honey, tea and coffee • Study of cosmetic products : Face powder, Lipstick, Deodorants and Antiperspirants • Introduction to various thermal methods : TGA, DTA and Thermometric titration • Introduction and need for validation of a method • Validation Parameters: Specificity, Selectivity, Precision, Linearity, Accuracy and Robustness
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USACDD601: Applied component
Drugs & Dyes
• Drug Discovery, Design and Development and Computer assisted drug design • Drug Metabolism: Introduction, Absorption, Distribution, Biotransformation, Excretion • Chemotherapeutic Agents : Antibiotics and antivirals, Antimalarials, Anthelmintics and AntiFungal agents • Antiamoebic Drugs, Antitubercular and Antileprotic Drugs, Anti-Neoplastic Drugs, Anti-HIV Drugs • Drug Intermediates: Synthesis and uses • Nano particles in Medicinal Chemistry: Carbon nano particles (structures) and Carbon nano tubes • Drugs and Environmental Aspects • Classification of Dyes based on Chemical Constitution and Synthesis of Selected Dyes • Health and Environmental Hazards of Synthetic Dyes and their Remediation Processes • Impact of the textile and leather dye Industry on the environment • Health Hazards: Toxicity of dyes w.r.t food colours • Biomedical uses of dyes: Biological staining agents, DNA markers and Dyes as therapeutics • Dyes used in food and cosmetics • Paper and leather dyes and Miscellaneous dyes • Growth and development of the Indian Dyestuff Industry • Make in India - Future Prospects of the Dye Industry
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCHP02: Physical Chemistry Practical • To interpret the order of reaction graphically from the given experimental data and calculate the specific rate constant •To determine the molecular weight of high polymer polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) by viscosity measurement. • To determine the amount of iodide, bromide and chloride in the mixture by potentiometric titration with silver nitrate • To determine the number of electrons in the redox reaction between ferrous ammonium sulphate and cerric sulphate potentiometrically. • To titrate a mixture of weak acid and strong acid against strong base and estimate the amount of each acid in the mixture conductometrically • To estimate the amount of Fe(III) in the complex formation with salicylic acid by Static Method.
T.Y.B.Sc.
Sem-VI
USCHP06 : Inorganic Practicals
USCHP10: Organic Chemistry Practical
USCHP14: Analytical Chemistry Practical
USACDD6P1: Dugs & dyes Practical
• Preparation of Tris(acetylacetonato) iron(III) • Green synthesis of bis(dimethylglyoximato) nickel(II) complex using nickel carbonate and sodium salt of dmg • Preparation of potassium trioxalato aluminate (III) • Determination of percentage purity of the given water soluble salt and qualitative detection w.r.t added cation and/or anion • Separation of Binary liquid-liquid and liquid- solid mixture • Estimation of Chromium in water sample spectrophotometrically by using Diphenyl carbazide • Estimation of reducing sugar in honey by Willstatter method • Estimation o Mg+2 & Zn+2 by anion exchange resin • Estimation of acetic acid in Vinegar sample by using Quinhydrone electrode potentiometrically. • Determination of phosphoric acid in cola sample pH metrically • O-Methylation of β-naphthol • Preparation of Paracetamol form p-aminophenol • Preparation of Fluorescein • TLC of a mixture of dyes (safranine-T, Indigo carmine, methylene blue) • Preparation of monograph of any one drug from syllabus by I.P. method

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS


Class Course Outcomes (Students will be able to )
FYBSc
Sem-I
Classical Physics On successful completion of this course students will be able to: • Understand Newton's laws and apply them in calculations of the motion of simple systems. • Use the free body diagrams to analyzetheforces on the object. • Understand the concepts of friction and the concepts of elasticity, fluid mechanics and be able to perform calculations using them. • Understand the concepts of lens system and interference. • Apply the laws of thermodynamics to formulate the relations necessary toanalyze athermodynamic process. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
FYBSc
Sem-I
Modern Physics After successful completion of this course students will be able to: • Understand nuclear properties and nuclear behavior. • Understand the type isotopes and their applications. • Demonstrate and understand the quantum mechanical concepts. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
FYBSc
Sem-I
Practical I On successful completion of this course students will be able to: • To demonstrate their practical skills. • To understand and practice the skills while doing physics practical. • To understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear. • To correlate their physics theory concepts through practical. • Understand the concepts of errors and their estimation.
FYBSc
SEM- II
Mathematical Physics On successful completion of this course students will be able to: • Understand the basic mathematical concepts and applications of them in physical situations. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
FYBSc
SEM- II
Electricity and Electronics
Practical II
• To understand and practice the skills while doing physics practical. • To understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear. • To correlate their physics theory concepts through practical. • Understand the concepts of errors and their estimation.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEM III
Mechanics and thermodynamics On successful completion of this course, students will be able to : • Understand the concepts of mechanics & properties of matter & to apply them to problems. • Comprehend the basic concepts of thermodynamics & its applications in physical situation. • Learn about situations in low temperature. • Demonstrate tentative problem solving skills in all above areas
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEM III
Vector calculus, Analog Electronics On successful completion of this course students will be able to : • Understand the basic concepts of mathematical physics and their applications in physical situations. • Understand the basic laws of electrodynamics and be able to perform calculations using them. • Understand the basics of transistor biasing, operational amplifiers, their applications • Understand the basic concepts of oscillators and be able to perform calculations using them. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skill in all the topics covered.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEM III
Applied Physics - I On completion of this, it is expected that • Students will be exposed to contextual real life situations. • Students will appreciate the role of Physics in interdisciplinary areas related to materials, Bio Physics, Acoustics etc. • The learner will understand the scope of the subject in Industry & Research. • Experimental learning opportunities will faster creative thinking & a spirit of inquiry.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEM III
Revised Practical course On successful completion of this course students will be able to : • Understand &practice the skills while performing experiments. • Understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear& hesitation. • Correlate the physics theory concepts to practical application. • Understand the concept of errors and their estimation.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEMIV
Optics and Digital Electronics On successful completion of this course students will be able to : • Understand the diffraction and polarization processes and applications of them in physical situations. • Understand the applications of interference in design and working of interferometers. • Understand the resolving power of different optical instruments.\ • Understand the working of digital circuits • Use IC 555 time for various timing applications. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEMIV
QUANTUM PHYSICS On successful completion of this course students will be able to : • Understand the postulates of quantum mechanics and to understand its importance in explaining significant phenomena in Physics. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEMIV
Applied Physics II On successful completion of this course, students will be able to : • Understand the concepts of mechanics & properties of matter & to apply them to problems. • Comprehend the basic concepts of thermodynamics & its applications in physical situation. • Learn about situations in low temperature. • Demonstrate tentative problem solving skills in all above areas.
S.Y.B.Sc.
SEMIV
Revised Practical course On successful completion of this course students will be able to : • Understand &practise the skills while performing experiments. • Understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear & hesitation. • Correlate their physics theory concepts to practical application. • Understand the concept of errors and their estimation.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM-V
Mathematical, Thermal and Statistical Physics • From this course, the students are expected to learn some mathematical techniques required to understand the physical phenomena at the undergraduate level and get exposure to important ideas of statistical mechanics. • The students are expected to be able to solve simple problems in probability, understand the concept of independent events and work with standard continuous distributions. • The students will have idea of the functions of complex variables; solve nonhomogeneous differential equations and partial differential equations using simple methods. • The units on statistical mechanics would introduce the students to the concept of microstates, Boltzmann distribution and statistical origins of entropy. It is also expected that the student will understand the difference between different statistics, classical as well as quantum.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM-V
Solid State Physics • Understand the basics of crystallography, Electrical properties of metals,Band Theory of solids, demarcation among the types of materials,Semiconductor Physics and Superconductivity. • Understand the basic concepts of Fermi probability distribution function, Density of states, conduction in semiconductors and BCS theory of superconductivity. • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM-V
Atomic and Molecular Physics Upon successful completion of this course, the student will understand • The application of quantum mechanics in atomic physics • The importance of electron spin, symmetric and antisymmetric wave functions and vector atom model • Effect of magnetic field on atoms and its application • Learn Molecular physics and its applications. • This course will be useful to get an insight into spectroscopy.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM-V
Electrodynamics Learning outcomes: On successful completion of this course students will be able to: • Understand the laws of electrodynamics and be able to perform calculations using them. • Understand Maxwell’s electrodynamics and its relation to relativity • Understand how optical laws can be derived from electromagnetic principles. • Develop quantitative problem solving skills.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM-V
PRACTICALS • Understanding relevant concepts. • Planning of the experiments • Layout and adjustments of the equipments • Understanding designing of the experiments • Attempts to make the experiments open ended • Recording of observations and plotting of graphs • Calculation of results and estimation of possible errors in the observation of results
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM- VI
Classical Mechanics Learning outcomes: • This course will introduce the students to different aspects of classical mechanics. They would understand the kinds of motions that can occur under a central potential and their applications to planetary orbits. • The students should also appreciate the effect of moving coordinate system, rectilinear as well as rotating. The students are expected to learn the concepts needed for the important formalism of Lagrange’s equations and derive the equations using D’Alembert’s principle. • They should also be able to solve simple examples using this formalism. The introduction to simple concepts from fluid mechanics and understanding of the dynamics of rigid bodies is also expected. • Finally, they should appreciate the drastic effect of adding nonlinear corrections to usual problems of mechanics and nonlinear mechanics can help understand the irregularity we observe around us in nature.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM- VI
Electronics Learning Outcome: On successful completion of this course students will be able to: • Understand the basics of semiconductor devices and their applications. • Understand the basic concepts of operational amplifier: its prototype and applications as instrumentation amplifier, active filters, comparators and waveform generation. • Understand the basic concepts of timing pulse generation and regulated power supplies • Understand the basic electronic circuits for universal logic building blocks and basic concepts of digital communication. • Develop quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM- VI
Nuclear Physics Learning Outcomes: • Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand the fundamental principles and concepts governing classical nuclear and particle physics and have a knowledge of their applications interactions of ionizing radiation with matter the key techniques for particle accelerators the physical processes involved in nuclear power generation. • Knowledge on elementary particles will help students to understand the fundamental constituents of matter and lay foundation for the understanding of unsolved questions about dark matter, antimatter and other research oriented topics.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM- VI
Special Theory of Relativity Learning outcomes: This course introduces students to the essence of special relativity which revolutionized the concept of physics in the last century by unifying space and time, mass and energy, electricity and magnetism. This course also gives a very brief introduction of general relativity. After the completion of the course the student should be able to • Understand the significance of Michelson Morley experiment and failure of the existing theories to explain the null result • Understand the importance of postulates of special relativity, Lorentz transformation equations and how it changed the way we look at space and time, Absolutism and relativity, Common sense versus Einstein concept of Space and time. • Understand the transformation equations for: Space and time, velocity, frequency, mass, momentum, force, Energy, Charge and current density, electric and magnetic fields. • Solve problems based on length contraction, time dilation, velocity addition, Doppler effect, mass energy relation and resolve paradoxes in relativity like twin paradox etc.
T.Y.B.Sc.
SEM- VI
----- • Planning of the experiments. • Layout and adjustments of the equipments • Understanding designing of the experiments • Attempts to make the experiments open ended • Recording of observations and plotting of graphs • Calculation of results and estimation of possible errors in the observation of results. • Demonstration experiments are designed to bring about interest and excitement in Physics.

DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY


Class Course Outcomes (Students will be able to )
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper -I
Unit 1: Wonders of Animal World Objective: To take learners through a captivating journey of hoarded wealth of marvellous animal world. Desired Outcome: Curiosity will be ignited in the mind of learners, to know more about the fascinating world of animals which would enhance their interest and love for the subject of Zoology.
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper -I
Unit 2: Biodiversity and its Conservation Objective: To orient learners about rich heritage of Biodiversity of India and make them understand significance of its conservation. Desired Outcome: Learners would appreciate treasure of Biodiversity, its importance and hence would contribute their best for its conservation.
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper -I
Unit 3: Footsteps to follow Objective: To teach learners about innovative and novel work of scientists/philosopher/entrepreneurs in the field of biological sciences. Desired Outcome: Minds of learners would be impulsed to think differently and would be encouraged ipso facto to their original crude ideas from the field of biological sciences.
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper - II
Unit 1: Laboratory safety, Units and Measurement Objective: To make learners aware of risks involved in handling of different hazardous chemicals, sensitive (electrical/electronic) instruments and infectious biological specimens especially during practical sessions in the laboratory and to train them to avoid mishap. Desired Outcome: Learners would work safely in the laboratory and avoid occurrence of accidents (mishaps) which will boost their scholastic performance and economy in use of materials/chemicals during practical sessions.
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper - II
Unit 2: Animal Biotechnology Objective: To acquaint learners to the modern developments and concepts of Zoology highlighting their applications aiming for the benefit of human being. Desired Outcome: Learners would understand recent advances in the subject and their applications for the betterment of mankind; and that the young minds would be tuned to think out of the box.
FY B.Sc.
SEM I Paper - II
Unit 3: Instrumentation Objective: To provide all learners a complete insight about the structure and train them with operational skills of different instruments required in Zoology. Desired Outcome: Students will be skilled to select and operate suitable instruments for the studies of different components of Zoology of this course and also of higher classes including research.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper - I
Unit 1: Population ecology Objective: To facilitate the learning of population ecology, its dynamics and regulatory factors important for its sustenance. Desired Outcome: This unit would allow learners to study about nature of animal population, specific factors affecting its growth and its impact on the population of other life form.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper - I
Unit 2: Ecosystem Objective: To impart knowledge of different components of ecosystem and educate about essentials of coexistence of human beings with all other living organisms. Desired Outcome: Learners will grasp the concept of interdependence and interaction of physical, chemical and biological factors in the environment and will lead to better understanding about implications of loss of fauna specifically on human being, erupting spur of desire for conservation of all flora and fauna.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper - I
Unit 3: National parks and Sanctuaries of India Objective: To enlighten learners about the current status of wild life conservation in India in the light of guidelines from different relevant governing agencies vis-à-vis with adversity of poaching and biopiracy. Desired Outcome: Learners would be inspired to choose career options in the field of wild life conservation, research, photography and ecotourism.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper-II
Unit 1: Nutrition and Health Objective: To make learners understand the importance of balanced diet and essential nutrients of food at different stages of life. Desired Outcome: Healthy dietary habits would be inculcated in the life style of learners in order to prevent risk of developing health hazards in younger generation due to faulty eating habits.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper-II
Unit 2: Public Health and Hygiene Objective: To impart knowledge about source, quantum and need for conservation of fast depleting water resource and essentials of maintaining proper sanitation, hygiene and optimizing use of electronic gadgets. Desired Outcome: Promoting optimum conservation of water, encouragement for maintaining adequate personal hygiene, optimum use of electronic gadgets, avoiding addiction, thus facilitating achievement of the goal of healthy young India in true sense.
FY B.Sc.
SEM II Paper-II
UNIT 3: Common Human Diseases and Disorders Objective: To educate learners about causes, symptoms and impact of stress related disorders and infectious diseases. Desired Outcome: Learners will be able to promptly recognize stress related problems at initial stages and would be able to adopt relevant solutions which would lead to psychologically strong mind set promoting positive attitude important for academics and would be able to acquire knowledge of cause, symptoms and precautions of infectious diseases.

DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY


Class Course Outcomes (Students will be able to )
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit I-Algae
Paper-I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the diversity among Algae • Know the systematic classification, morphology and structure of Algae, Understand the life cycle pattern of algae. • Understand the useful and harmful activities of Algae. • Understand the economic importance of Algae.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit II-Fungi
Paper-I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the biodiversity of Fungi. • Know the economic importance of Fungi.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit III- Bryophyte
Paper-I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the morphological diversity of Bryophytes • Understand the economic importance of Bryophytes
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Botany Practical-I
Paper-I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the handling of compound microscope. • Observation of specimens under low and high power magnification.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit I –Cell Biology
Paper-II-Form and Function I
• Understand the ultramicroscopic structure of Cell • Know the biochemical nature of Cell wall and Plasma membrane. • Understand the different types of interactions in biomolecules.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit II- Ecology
Paper-II-Form and Function I
• Understand the energy pyramid and energy flow in an ecosystem. • Understand the various types of ecosystem.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Unit III-Genetics
Paper-II-Form and Function I
• Know the Mendelian concept of Genetics. • Study of phenomenon of Epitasis and non epistasis. • Study of phenomenon Multiple alleles. • Study of dihybrid and monohybrid cross ratio.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. I
Botany Practical-II
Paper-II-Form and Function I
• Examination of various stages of Mitosis in Allium cepa. • Observation of various types of Cell inclusions. • Understand the adaptation of plants of different environmental conditions.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit I-Pteridiophytes
Paper-I- Plant Diversity-I
• Understand the diversity of Pteridiphytes. • Understand stellar evolution.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit II-Gymnosperms
Paper-I- Plant Diversity-I
• Understand the systemic position, morphology, anatomy of gymnosperm. • Understand the economic importance of gymnosperm.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit III-Angiosperms
Paper-I- Plant Diversity-I
• Understand the morphology of angiospermic plants. • Understand the floral formula of families.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Botany Practical- I
Paper-I- Plant Diversity-I
• Observation of Pteridiphytes, Gymnosperms specimens. • Observation of families.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit I- Anatomy
Paper II-Form and function I
• Understand the simple and complex tissues. • Understand the aerial and underground parts of dicot and monocot. • Observation of epidermal appendages.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit II- Physiology
Paper II-Form and function I
• Understand the biochemical nature of plants. • Understand the different types of interactions in plants.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Unit III-Medicinal Botany
Paper II-Form and function I
• Understand the primary and secondary metabolites. • Understand the botanical source and medicinal uses of plants.
F.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. II
Botany Practical II
Paper II-Form and function I
• Understand the primary structure of aerial and underground part of plants. • Know the epidermal outgrowths with help of mountings. • Know the separation of chlorophyll, amino acid by paper chromatography. • Identification of different plants of Grandma’s pouch.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit I Thalophyta Broyophyta
Paper I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the diversity of algae. • Know the systematics , morphology and structure of algae. • Understand the life cycle pattern of algae. • Understand the morphological diversity of Bryophytes.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit II Angiosperms
Paper I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the systematic position of angiosperms. • Taxonomy in relation to anatomy, palynology etc. • Understand the families.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit III Modern Techniques
Paper I- Plant Diversity
• Understand the preparation of herbarium. • Understand the chromatographic techniques. • Know the Electrophoresis.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit I- Cell Biology
Paper II-Cell Biology
• Study of Ultra Structure and functions of Cell organelles. • The eukaryotic cell cycle and mitotic and meiotic cell division. • Understand the biochemical nature of Nucleic acids, their role of in living systems and evidences to prove DNA as a Genetic material.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit II-Genetics
Paper II-Cell Biology
• Understand the chromosome structure and its abnormalities. • Understand the sex determination mechanism in plants. • Learn the sex linked, sex influenced phenomenon in Plant and Animals. • Gain the knowledge about Extranuclear Genetics.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit III Molecular Biology
Paper II-Cell Biology
• Understand the mode of DNA replication through experimental evidences. • Know the DNA replication in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. • Understand the total process of Protein synthesis.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Practical II- Form and Function-II
Paper II-Cell Biology
• Understand the Ultramicroscopic structure of organelles. • Understand the procedure for estimation of Nucleic acids. • Learn the inheritance pattern, cytological consequences of Chromosomal aberrations. • Understand the cell division of plants. • Understand the DNA sequencing methods of Amino acid in protein molecules synthesized from m-RNA strand.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit I
Paper III- Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Study the Pharmacopeia (Indian, Herbal and Ayurvedic), & Monograph. • Study the Secondary metabolite, regional and seasonal variation. • Learn the adulterants of Saraca , Terminalia, Bacopa, Abrus & Phyllanthus.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Unit III
Paper III- Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Study the Jojoba, lemon and Jasmin oils for aromatherapy. • Learn about the botanical and nutraceutical plant as Spirulina, Vanillin, Garcinia etc. • Understand the uses of Cellulase, Papain and Bromelain in enzyme industry, and Biofuels.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. III
Practical
Paper III- Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Understand the types of forests in India and plant biodiversity • Study of economic importance of spices, fiber yielding plant etc. • Study estimation of vitamin C in Lemon. • Study the adulterants of Saraca and Eclipta sp morphological and T.S. of root and stem.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit I Thallophyta
Paper I Plant Diversity I
• Understand the diversity among algae • Know the life cycle pattern of Algae • Know the classification of Lichens
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit II Pteriodophyta and Paleobotany
Paper I Plant Diversity I
• Know the silent features of Lepidophyta. • Understand the life cycle of Selaginella • Know the life cycle of Rhynia
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit III Gymnosperm
Paper I Plant Diversity I
• Understand the life cycle of Gymnosperm. • Understand the silent features of Coniferophyta.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Practical I Plant Diversity I
Paper I Plant Diversity I
• Learn the techniques of handling of Thalophytes. • Learn the preparation of slides. • Learn the morphology and reproduction of Pteridophytes. • Learn the morphology and reproduction of Gymnosperm.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit I- Anatomy
Paper II- Form and Function-II
• Understand the anatomy of aerial and underground organs. • Know the secondary growth structure of stem and root. • Understand the growth rings, periderm, lenticels, tyloses, heart and sap wood. • Understand the Mechanical tissue system. • Understand the types of vascular bundle found in Plants.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit II- Plant Physiology and Plant Biochemistry
Paper II- Form and Function-II
• Know importance and scope of Plant physiology. • Understand the respiration in higher plants with particular emphasis on aerobic and anerobic respiration process. • Understand the Photorespiration. • Know the knowledge about photoperidism and vernalization. • Understand the process of photosynthesis in higher plants with particular emphasis on light on light and dark reaction,C3,C4 and CAM cycle.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit III- Ecology and EnvirnmentalBotany
Paper II- Form and Function-II
• Understand the biogeochemical cycle. • Know the concept of environmental factors, soil types, soil formation, soil composition and soil profile. • Understand the qualitative and quantitative characters of community.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Practical II- Form and Function-II
Paper II- Form and Function-II
• Understand the primary, secondary growth structure of stem and root of Sunflower and maize. • Know the importance of vascular cylinder and its tissues. • Know the types of vascular bundles. • Understand the structure of growth rings, periderm,lenticels, sap and heart wood. • Discover the Q10 activity of germinating seed. • Understand the estimation of Protein from plants. • Understand the working mechanism of ecological instruments.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit -I
Paper III Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Understand the branches of Horticulture. • Understand the importance of garden and gardening locations. • Understand the Botanical gardens, National parks of India.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit-II
Paper III Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Understand the laboratory practices and techniques in Plant Tissue culture. • Learn the totipotency, organogenesis and organ culture in plants. • Understand the R-DNA Technology. • Understand the gene cloning techniques and vectors used in gene cloning techniques.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Unit-III
Paper III Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Understand the Biometry concept. • Learn the chi-square test, correlation. • Learn the tools of IT. • Learn the history of Information technology. • Understand the handling of Internet and uses. • Understand the BLAST as bioinformatics tools.
S.Y.B.Sc.
Sem. IV
Practical
Paper III Current trends in Plant Sciences
• Understand the preparation of botanical garden. • Study of Bottle garden techniques. • Learn the botanical garden and their locations • Understand the various sterilization techniques. • Learn the preparation of stock solution, MS media. • Observation and identification of cloning vectors. • Understand the chi square, coefficient of correlation with suitable examples • Understand the bioinformatics tools available in search engine like google, BLAST.

A Student has to offer a total of 4 subjects 7 papers (100 marks each including practical) as indicated below:

Compulsory Subjects

  • Foundation Course!
  • Optional Subjects

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • A Student has to offer above mentioned optional subjects in any one of the following combinations (with 2 papers in each subjects)

  • Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
  • Chemistry, Botany & Zoology
  • Physics, Chemistry & Botany
  • A Student has to offer a total of 3 subjects 7 papers (700 marks each including practical) as indicated below:

    Compulsory Subjects

  • Foundation Course II
  • Optional Subjects

    A Student has to offer any one the following combinations with the three papers in each subject.

  • Physics & Chemistry
  • Chemistry & Botany
  • Physics & Mathematics
  • A Candidate has to offer a total of 6 units as indicated below (600 marks)

    Principal Subject:

  • Chemistry (6 units) Applied Component Drugs & Dyes
  • Physics (6 units) Applied Component Computer Science
  • Computer Science (C.S.) (Un-aided)
  • Information Technology (I.T.) (Un-aided)
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