Affiliated To संत गहिरा गुरु विश्वविद्यालय, सरगुजा, अम्बिकापुर, छत्‍तीसगढ़

M.Sc. Chemistry

Departmentof chemistry

Program outcomes M. Sc. Chemistry:-

After successful completionof two year (four semester) degree program me in chemistry a student should beable to-

PO-1 Determine molecularstructure by using nuclear magnetic resonance and infrared

          spectroscopy.

PO-2 study of medicinalchemistry for lead compound.

PO-3 improve the skillof student in organic research area and.

PO-4 study ofAsymmetric and symmetric synthesis.

PO-5 determine thearomatic city of heterocyclic and simple aromatic compound.

PO-6 synthesis ofnatural products and medicine by using systematic mechanism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programspecific outcome:-

PSO (1) to understandthe structure and boding nature in molecules ions and predict the

              Structure of compound.

PSO (2) Learn thedifferent types of reactions like aliphatic, aromatic, nucleophile

              Substitution etc.

PSO (3) Understand thesimilar name reaction and their reaction mechanism.

PSO (4) to know betterlaboratory practices and safety.

PSO (5) Study oforganometallic reaction and their application in modern days.

PSO (6) Study ofBiological system by using amino acids and lipids.

Courseoutcome M.Sc. 1st Semester chemistry

After completion ofthese courses students should be able to:-

(1)              Inorganicchemistry -1 (MSC101)

CO (1)  to understand the Bent Rules & examples.

            CO (2) to know about complexFormation, stability and nature of metal ligand bond.         

            CO (3) Discuss about LCAU-MU theory&VBT theory.

CO (4)   Knowledgeabout metal carboxyl, structure & bonding.

(2)              Organicchemistry-1 (MSC 102)

CO (1) to know theoptical activity & chirality of Molecule.

CO (2) to understandthe conformational analysis of cyclohexane.

CO (3) Discuss theSN& N2 and SNI mechanism.

CO (4) Knowledge theIsotopes effect

(3)              Analyticalchemistry (MSC 103)

CO (1) to understandquantitative and qualities analysis.

CO (2) Discuss aboutanalytical methods of selectivity.

CO (3) Knowledge thechromatography technique.

CO (4) to know aboutvarious spectroscopy.

 

 

(4)              Researchmethodology & computer application(MSCA01)

CO (1) understand theconcept and place of research in concern subject.

CO (2) becomes familiarwith various tools of research.

CO (3) Achieves skillsin various research writings.

CO (4) Nets anacquainted with computer fundamentals & office software package.

(5)              Constitutionalism& Indian political system (MSC A01)

CO (1) Understand theconcept of constitutionalism.

CO (2) get acquaintedwith various Indian political system.

CO (3) becomes familiarwith various union executive.

CO (4) Achieves skillin various writings.

(6)              Grouptheory spectroscopy & Diffraction methods (MSCA02)

CO (1) to know thediffraction techniques and to learn about group theory &

            Spectroscopy.

CO (2) to knowledgeabout x-ray diffraction Bragg law.

CO (3) to discuss thesymmetry elements and symmetry operation.

(7)              Computerprogramming in chemistry (MSCA03)

CO (1) to know aboutfundamentals of programming.

CO (2) Discuss theintroduction and programming of computer.

CO (3) understand aboutnumerical analysis.

CO (4) to learn aboutdevelopment of small computer codes.

(8)              Medicinalchemistry (MSC A04)

CO (1) to learn aboutadditives in drug analysis and synthesis.

CO (2) to discuss aboutenvironmental friendly green techniques.

CO (3) to know thepharmaceutical chemistry.

CO (4) to knowledgeabout antibiotic Drugs.

 

 

 

 (9) Inorganic and analytical chemistry lab(MSC111)

CO (1) Know about semimicro qualitative analysis of mixture containing eight radicals

            Four basic and four acid.

CO (2) to learn aboutcomplex metric tit rations (EDTA) estimation of La, mg and Zn.

CO (3) knowledge aboutthe volumetric and Gravimeter analysis of oil sample, COD,

            BOD and DO harness of water etc.

Course outcome M.Sc. 2ndSemester

After completion ofthese courses students should be able to:-

(1)              Inorganicchemistry-2 (MSC201)

CO (1) to learn aboutthe theories of coordination complexes.

CO (2) to discuss aboutchemistry of lanthanides.

CO (3) to understandthe nanotechnology and use of inorganic compounds in biological

            Chemistry.

(2)              Organicchemistry-2 (MSC 202)

CO (1) to understandabout various types of reactions. Rearrangement and their

            Synthetic utility.

CO (2) to know aboutreagents and as work.

CO (3) Discuss aboutreducing reaction.

CO (4) Knowledge thearomaticityantiaromaticity and non-aromatic compounds.

(3)              Physicalchemistry (MSC 203)

CO 1) Know aboutmicrowave spectroscopy.

CO (2) Discuss theinfrared spectroscopy & Raman spectroscopy.

CO (3) Understand theelectronic spectroscopy of molecules.

CO (4) to learn aboutsurface chemistry.

(4)              Socialoutreach & skill development (MSC S02)

CO (1) to understandabout remote area’s social activities and their life’s.

CO (2) Learn aboutskills development in various field like nursery, horticulture,

            Sericulture, soil analysis etc.

 

(5)              Environmental& forest laws (MSCB01)

CO (1) understands theconcept and place of research in concern subjects.

CO 2) gets conversantwith sampling techniques methods of research skill of analysis.

CO (3) to know aboutforest protection and law.

CO (4) discuss with lifeprotection and law’

(6)               polymer chemistry (MSC B02)

CO (1) know the basicconcepts of polymer.

CO (2) to understandkinetics and mechanism of polymer.

CO (3) knowledge thestructure and properties of polymers.

CO (4) to discuss aboutindustrial natural polymer.

(7)               Organic synthesis (MSCB03)

CO (1) Know aboutmodern synthetic methods reactions and reagents.

CO (2) understand thechemistry of enolates E, Z geometry of enolates.

CO (3) To discuss aboutmiscellaneous reaction like mistonobu reaction, Neff reaction,

            sharp less, asymmetric epoxidationetc.

(8)               Applied chemistry (MSC B04)

CO (1) to understandthe chemistry of water analysis.

CO (2) know about theanalysis of fertilizers and pesticides.

CO (3) knowledge thesoap and detergents their function in cloth’s.

CO (4) to discuss aboutpetroleum and photo chemical analysis.

(9)              Physicaland organic chemistry lab: (MSC 211)

CO (1) Learn thequalitative analysis of binary organic Anixter.

CO (2) to know aboutestimation quantitative analysis.

CO (3) Understand theorganic synthesis two and three steps synthesis of organic

             Compounds including acylation,oxidation etc.

CO (4) knowledge aboutverification of Lambert beers law using a colorimeter.

CO (5) to learn thedetermination of rate constant of hydrolysis of methods acetate

             Catalyzed by acid and also energyof activation.

Course outcome M.Sc.Third semesterchemistry

After completion ofthese courses students should be able to:-

(1)               Application of spectroscopy inorganicchemistry  (MSC301)

CO 1) to know aboutphotoelectron spectroscopy and their application in inorganic

           chemistry.

CO (2) Discuss the vibrationalspectroscopy, symmetry and shapes of molecule.

CO (3) to understandthe ESR and NMR spectroscopy.

CO (4) Knowledge the Mossbauerspectroscopy and their significant.

(2)               Application of spectroscopy organic chemistry  (MSC302)

CO (1) knowledge about fisher-Woodward rule in conjugated daises.

CO (2) Discuss about mclaffertyrearrangement and their application.

CO (3) To Learn aboutinfrared spectroscopy.

CO (4) knowledge abouttwo dimension NMR spectroscopy-copy, noisy, dept. and FTIR

             Techniques.

(3)              photochemistry & pericyclic Reaction (MSC 303) :-

CO (1) Learn about BeerLamberts law and photo chemical Grouters- Dropper law.

CO (2) Discussion aboutphoto physical processes in excited state.

CO (3) know thephotochemistry of carbonyl compound and alkenes.

CO (4) to understandabout photo rearrangement and pericyclic reactions.

(4)              Intellectualproperties human rights & environment basics (MSC S03)

CO (1) understands theconcept and place of research in concerned subject.

CO (2) becomes familiarwith various tools of research.

CO (3) knowledge about rightenvironment as human right.

CO (4) to understandmeaning of copy right and historical evolution.

(5)               Tribal studies (MSCC01)

CO (1) To Learn aboutmajor tribes in central India Gong, Beige, Bharia, Korkus.

CO (2) Discussion theilliteracy and Health problems of Tribes.

CO (3) to understandthe Tribal development programs for scheduled Tribes.

 

(6)              Greenchemistry  (MSC C02)

CO (1) to knoweco-friendly methods of synthesis.

CO (2) Discussion aboutplanning the synthesis of any type of organic compounds with

            The revolution of Green chemistry.

CO (3) to learn themeasuring and controlling environmental performance.

CO (4) understand aboutemerging Green technology and alternative energy source.

(7)              Organicsynthesis –II (MSCC030)

CO (1) to understandabout disconnection approach.

CO (2) to discuss theprotecting group and role in organic synthesis.

CO (3) Learn about Michaeladdition and Robinson annulation.

CO (4) Knowledge aboutsynthesis of vitamin ‘o’.

(8)               Hetero-cyclic chemistry  (MSC C04)

CO (1) know thenomenclature of hetero-cyclic.

CO (2) to understandfour and five member hetero-cyclic compound.

CO (3) To Learn aboutBi cyclic ring system and messianic hetero cycles.

CO (4) Discuss abouthigher hetero-cycles, structure and synthesis.

(9)              Organicchemistry lab (MSC 311)

CO (1) to know aboutisolation of natural product like caffeine, nicotine etc.

CO (2) Learn aboutpurification technique of organic compounds and their spectroscopic

            Identification.

CO (3) Understand theorganic preparations like esterification and saponification.

CO (4) Knowledge aboutqualitative analysis of binary mixture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course outcome

M.Sc. 4th semesterchemistry

After completion ofthese courses students should be able to:-

1.  Bio-inorganic chemistry (MSC 401)

CO(1) to learn about essential and trace metal ions.

CO(2) Understand the Haemoglobin and myoglobin structure & functions.                

CO(3) know about metal ion transport and storage.

CO(4) Discount about medicinal Bio-Inorganic chemistry and chelation therapy.

2.  Environmental chemistry  (MSC 402)

CO(1) To Discuss the Global warming and Greenhouse effect.

CO(2) Know about the Air pollution and effect on human and climate.

CO(3) Understand the oxygen demanding wastes.

CO(4) To Learn about chemical Toxicology and industrial pollution.

3. solidstate chemistry (MSC 403)

CO(1) knowledge the powder compact Reactions and solid state Defects.

CO(2) understand the electronic properties and Band theory.

CO(3) Discuss about magnetic and optical properties of solids.

4. Dissertation (MSC S04)

CO(1) dissertation, works as skills development in students.

CO(2) increases their mental ability.

CO(3) express their opinion and thoughts.

CO(4) enhancing writing skills and knowledge.

6. Material science.  (MSC D02)

CO(1) to know about classification of crystals and their structure.

CO(1) discussion about symmetry elements for solids.

CO(3) knowledge the organic semiconductors and uses.

7. Chemistry of Natural product (MSC D03)

CO(1) to know about terpenoids and carotenoids.

CO(2) Discussion about Biosynthesis of steroids.

CO(3) Understand the plant pigment and Biosynthesis acetate pathway.

CO(4) To Learn about structure and synthesis of chlorophyll