B.Sc.(Hons) in ChemistrySri Sathya Sai University
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The three-year course leading to a B.Sc, (Hons.) degree in chemistry will consist of twelve papers in chemistry spread over three years. During the first two years, that is, the first four semesters, chemistry will be one of a combination of three subjects (Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biosciences and Chemistry) of equal weightage with regard to number of credits etc. During this period all aspects of the different branches of Chemistry will be covered in a manner so that the students get as complete a picture as possible of the range and depth of the subject without going too much into details. The emphasis is on teaching the fundamental principles and giving training in appropriate experimental methods. The objective is to bring under one cover related topics conventionally treated under each of the major branches of chemistry such as Inorganic, Organic and Physical, so that the students realize that the subject is one and governing principles are the same. In the fifth and sixth semesters electives (Including interdepartmental) are being introduced in order to enable the incorporation of emerging fields into the syllabus as and when the need arises. A student graduating with Honours degree in chemistry would have been exposed to almost every aspect of the subject- Theoretical, Applied, Instrumental, Computational and Experimental.