School of Advanced Sciences (SAS) | Chemistry



The chemistry division facilitates B. Tech. programmes and 5 years integrated M.Tech Programme by offering the following core and elective courses,

Course Code Course name
CHY1701 Engineering Chemistry
CHY1002 Environmental Sciences
CHY1704 Materials and Instrumental Techniques

In addition to the B. Tech courses, the division also offers full-time Ph.D programmes in diverse fields of chemistry based on the research expertise of the faculty.

Post Graduate Programme

M.Sc Chemistry

Scope of Employment

  • In R & D centres, Universities of advanced learning, Research Centre of Excellence, Industries, Multi-national companies
  • In QC / QA Departments of Chemical and Pharmaceutical industries
  • Process and Production Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical industries
  • Advanced computations utilizing Bio-informatics and Chem-informatics



Ph. D.

The Division offers full-time doctoral programme in Chemistry which is intended to prepare graduate students for any of the career pathways available to individuals with a Ph. D. degree in Chemistry and make them independent and creative practitioners of Chemistry. The division is well equipped with modern facilities to carry out world class research which are inter/intra/trans disciplinary in nature. The division, with its research centric faculty, offers the graduate students to choose from the various fields given below
• Development of Electrochemical Sensors
• Porphyrin based Supramolecular systems
• Peptide Chemistry
• Functional Materials for Electronics and Solid state refrigeration
• Green Chemistry
• Conducting polymer and Dye Sensitized Solar cells
• Inorganic/Organic Light Emitting Diodes
• Antibacterial and Antimicrobial properties
• Drug delivery and efficacy
• Novel synthetic protocols for small organic molecules
• Organoselenium Chemistry
• Hypervalent Iodine Chemistry
• Transition metal based functional coordination complexes and Supramolecules
• Synthesis of nanofluids and their stabilization
• Membranes for wastewater treatment
• Thermoelectric materials for waste heat recovery
• Materials for hydrogen evolution through water splitting
• Nanostructured carbon materials for fine chemical synthesis
• Luminescent synthetic and Natural polymers for drug delivery and Sensing
• Computational Material Science and Chemistry of Inorganic Complexes