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What is Chemistry?

Chemistry, often called as the central science is a wide ranging science concerned with composition, structure, properties and change of matter at the atomic and molecular scale.

Why Chemistry?

Chemistry is everywhere.

Chemistry is not limited to beakers and laboratories. It is all around us.

The better we know chemistry, the better we know our world.

Career Options / Future in Chemistry

A qualification in Chemistry opens the door to a wide range of career options, both in and out of the lab. There are endless interesting and rewarding jobs available for Chemistry Professionals. One can enter as Chemical professionals into five main sectors: Industry, Academia, Government, Non-profit, and Entrepreneurship.

Industry

vNew Product/Technology Development

vNew Methods Development

vManufacturing & Scale-Up

vQuality Control/Quality Assurance

vManagement

Academia

vMiddle School Teacher

vHigh School Teacher

vCollege/University Professor

Government

vEnvironment and health

vLaw and policy

vQuality

vResearch and Development

vMilitary and Law enforcement

vFood and drugs

Non-Profit

vEnvironmental protection

vRegulatory affairs

vSocial impact

vTechnical communication

Entrepreneurship

vConsulting

So many jobs of the future will be created in Chemistry to solve global challenges such as human health, energy and the environment.

For M.Sc. Chemistry

Courses Available

Post graduate courses are offered in two areas of Chemistry:

Organic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry

What is Organic Chemistry?

Organic Chemistry is the branch of Chemistry which deals with the study of organic compounds i.e. compounds having carbon skeleton. Organic Chemistry is known as the “Chemistry of Life” because all of the molecules that make up living tissue have carbon as part of their makeup.

What is Analytical Chemistry?

Analytical Chemistry is the branch of Chemistry which deals with the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials.

Analytical chemists may be involved in work as diverse as:

  • Drug formulation and development
  • Chemical or forensic analysis
  • Process development
  • Product validation
  • Quality control
  • Toxicology