The Department of Chemistry was founded in the year 1991 by offering the undergraduate programme B.Sc. Chemistry. The department has built up its reputation as one among the best in the field of Chemistry by providing standard scientific education.B.Sc. Chemistry in Shift-II was introduced in the year 1995. The postgraduate programme M.Sc. Chemistry was introduced in the year 2002 and M.Phil. programme was introduced in the year 2009. It also offers Ph.D. programme in Chemistry from the year 2015. The Department strives hard to provide quality education in chemistry through updated syllabus, rigorous classroom teaching and laboratory experiments. It organizes seminars, conferences and workshops periodically.
The Department has dynamic staff members actively involved in teaching and research. The research areas include synthetic materials with biological applications,nano-materials, isolation of natural products from plants, crystal growth and computational chemistry field including molecular docking. The Department has three well equipped and separate laboratories for UG & PG and research. The Department has a department library shelved around 120 titles of chemistry.
Salient Features of the Department
It has a well-equipped Instrumentation Lab for doing advanced Lab Experiments and Research. The Instrumental facilities are UV-VIS Spectrometer, electrochemical work stations. The curriculum is designed focusing on developing the following skills in our students: Employability Skills, Entrepreneurial Skills and Analytical Skills.
To produce chemists with adequate knowledge of chemistry and analytical skills.
To uplift economically backward and rural students by providing knowledge and skills in chemical sciences.
|UG||B.Sc Chemistry||3 Years||6||140|
|PG||M.Sc. Chemistry||2 Years||4||90|
|M.Phil||M.Phil. Chemistry||1 Years||2||36|
|1.||92EM030||Dr. V. Periyanayagasamy||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,||Assistant Professor|
|2.||98EM099||Mr. A. Amalorpavadoss||M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|3.||03EM181||Mr. M. Sebastian Marianathan||M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|4.||05EM260||Mr. T. Antony Sandosh||M.Sc., M.Phil.,||Hod & Assistant Professor|
|5.||09EM026||Mr. G. Anand||M.Sc., M.Phil., SET,||Assistant Professor|
|6.||11EM011||Ms. B. Christina||M.Sc., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|7.||12EM021||Mr. S. Richard Rajkumar||M.Sc., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|8.||13EM008||Mr. F. Paul Arokia Doss||M.Sc., M.Ed., M.Phil., SET,||Assistant Professor|
||Mr. S. Immanuel||M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|10.||16EM018||Dr. S. David Amal Raj||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,||Assistant Professor|
|11.||17EM005||Mr. S. Albert Nikson||M.Sc., M.Phil., SET,||Assistant Professor|
|12.||18EM001||Dr. D. Bhakiaraj||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,||Assistant Professor|
Dr. C. Adaikalaraj
M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,