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Prof. Dr. Latesh K. Nikam

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Designation: Vice Principal
Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D.
Address: Baburaoji Gholap College,Sangvi
Phone No: 9822840971

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Faculty in Chemistry
Sr.No. Photo Name Qualification Position CV
1 no photo found Prof. dr. Latesh Nikam
M.Sc., Ph.D. Vice Principal Read CV
2 no photo found Prof. dr. Sangita Jagtap
M.Sc., Ph.D., NET/SET, GATE Associate Professor Read CV
3 no photo found Prof. dr. Bharati Pardeshi
M.Sc., M.Ed, Ph.D. Associate Professor Read CV
4 no photo found Prof. Maneesha Shewale
M.Sc., SET Assistant Professor
5 no photo found Prof. dr. Sujata Hande
M.Sc. Ph.D Assistant Professor Read CV
6 no photo found Prof. shri. Santosh Sonawane
M.Sc. Assistant Professor Read CV
7 no photo found Mr. Rushant Nandkhile
B.Sc., M.Sc(Anal Chemistry) Assistant Professor Read CV
8 no photo found Mr. Mahesh Kharat
M.Sc, NET, SET, B.Ed, (Organic Chem Assistant Professor Read CV
9 no photo found Ms. Swati kolhe
M.Sc(Organic Chemistry),SET Assistant Professor Read CV
10 no photo found Prof. mr. Jalindar Pokharkar
M.Sc(Chemistry) Assistant Professor Read CV
11 no photo found Prof. mrs. shilpa Idhol
M.Sc(Chemistry),Ph.D pursuing Assistant Professor Read CV
12 no photo found Mrs. Lina Khandare
M.Sc. Chemistry, GATE, SET. Assistant Professor
13 no photo found Dr. Pradnya nalawade
M.Sc(Orag.Chem), Ph.D. Assistant Professor
To provide quality education in chemistry for generation of intellectual human resources.
To develop research attitude amongst students. To develop students with practical skill to meet the requirement of the industries.
Courses: PO/PSO/CO

Program Specific Outcome


After graduating from science faculty, a student should have:
 • Acquired knowledge with facts and figures related to Chemistry subject  
 • Understood the basic concepts, fundamental principles, and scientific theories related to various scientific phenomena and their relevance in day-to-day life.
 • Acquired skills in handling scientific instruments, planning and performing laboratory experiments nothing down the observations and drawing logical inferences from them.
 • Analyzed the given scientific data critically and systematically and drawing objective conclusions. 
• Been able to think creatively (divergently and convergent) to propose novel ideas in explaining facts and figures or providing new solution to the problems.
 • Realized how developments in any one-science subject help in the development in other science subjects and vice-versa and how interdisciplinary approach helps in providing better solutions and new ideas for sustainable developments. 
• Developed scientific outlook not only with respect to science subjects but also in all aspects related to life. 
• Realized that knowledge of subjects in other faculties such as humanities, performing arts, social sciences etc can greatly and effectively influence & inspire in evolving new scientific theories and inventions. 
• Imbibed ethical, moral and social values in personal and social life leading to highly cultured and civilized personality.
 • Developed various communication skills such as reading, listing, speaking, etc., which we will help in expressing ideas and views clearly and effectively.
 • Realized that pursuit of knowledge is a lifelong activity and in combination with untiring efforts and positive attitude all necessary qualities for leading a successful life.
 • Developed a flair for participating in various social and cultural activities voluntarily, in order to spread knowledge, creating awareness about the social evils, blind faith, etc.


a) To studied different instrument like: 
 Spectrophotometer, Polaroghrahy, Voltametry, Ampherometry , T.G.A. ,D.T.A, D.S.C. Coulometry  ,mass spectroscopy, N.M.R., Extraction methods, Atomic mass spectroscopy,   colorimetry, Atomic Fluorescence spectroscopy, Electron ,Spectroscopy, Atomic absorption spectroscopy, Photoflourometery, Nephelometry- Turbitometery, Dissolution test apparatus, Flame photometer,   fluorescence ,phosphorescence, X-ray method, H.P.L.C. ,G.C. etc.
b) Students get idea regarding nanotechnology.
c) They performed analysis of different alloy, Ores, Soil, Water, body fluids, pigments, food constituents like Carbohydrate, Proteins, Lipids, Food Preservatives, Milk, etc.
d) They get knowledge about analysis of Narcotics & Psychotropic substance.
f) Students able to developed new Analytical methods & its validation.
G) They studied Pollution monitoring process, Principles of Radio chemistry & ts applications
F) Students get more information regarding Pharmaceutical analysis: different drugs, dosage forms and raw materials as well as role of F.D.A. in pharma industry

Program Specific Outcome

MSc(Organic Chemistry)

1) Know and recall the fundamental principles of organic chemistry that include chemical bonding, nomenclature, structural isomerism, stereochemistry, chemical reactions and mechanism.

2) The thorough knowledge of basic organic chemistry like protecting groups, solid-phase synthesis, retro synthetic analysis, purification and spectroscopic characterization techniques etc. are immensely useful for any master student to pursue his career in research as well as industry. 

3) The experience acquired during the organic chemistry practical courses is also highly advantageous for designing, optimization, purification and characterization of given target compound in any field.

4) Recognize the basic practical skills for the synthesis and analysis of organic compounds.

5) Predict the reactivity of an organic compound from its structure.

6) Develop basic skills for the multi-step synthesis of organic compounds.

7) Student should have an advanced level understanding of at least three of the following areas of chemistry –Organic, Inorganic, Physical, Analytical chemistry. They should have a graduate level of understanding of their major areas of research.

8) Students should broaden their professional foundation through activities such as Teaching, Internships and fellowships.

9) Students should be able to communicate scientific results in writing and in oral presentation.

10) Student should acquire the basic tools needed to carry out independent chemical research .student should become proficient in their specialized area of chemistry and successfully complete an advanced research project. 

11) Developed a strong faith that ethical, moral and social values are    necessary for pursuing a scientific career.                                                                                                                                               Course  Outcomes : Chemistry 

F.Y.B.Sc. PaperI: Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

•Develop an ability to use conceptual and mathematical tools to express and predict atomic and molecular behavior

• Predict atomic structure, chemical bonding or molecular geometry based on accepted models.

• Convert scientific equation in straight line to get physical parameter for slope and intercept.

• Understand deviation of real gas from ideal behavior.

• Understand critical constant and vanderwall?s constant.

Paper-II: Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

•Understand the general properties of organic compounds, applications of organic compounds.

• Understand the Mono functional compounds - Common and IUPAC nomenclature of various type of organic compound.

• Understand the the alkane by many organic reaction.

• Understand of S- block Elements of alkali metals and Alkaline earth metals

• Understand Arrhenius theory, Bronsted- Lowry theory, and Lewis theory.

• Understand ionic product of water, Buffer solutions.

Paper-III: Chemistry Practical

• Calibrate the apparatus like volumetric flask, pipette and burette.

• Understand the determination of heat of solution, equivalent weight, surface tension etc.

• Carry out qualitative analysis of acidic and basic radicals.

• Learn the applications of types of titrations for various estimations

• Carry out quantitative analysis by gravimetric method

• Carry out quantitative analysis by volumetric method


Paper-I  Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

•Identify methods and instruments that can be used to study chemistry

• Evaluate data generated by experimental methods for chemical characterization.

• To understand specific and equivalent conductance.

• To understand cell constant and use of it to obtain specific and

 equivalent conductance.

• To know Kolhaurash?s law and application of it.


PaperII Organic and Inorganic Chemistry


•understand the preparations, reactions and properties of Monohalogen and Dihalogen derivatives of Alkane.

• understand the preparations, reactions and properties of Alcohol, Ether and Epoxide.

• understand the preparations and reactions of carbonyl group.

• understand the preparation of carboxylic acids.

• determine the Molecular weight, formula weight, equivalent weight of organic compounds.

• Understand the Electronic structures, size of atoms and ions, ionization energy, metallic and nonmetallic of p block elements


Paper III: Chemistry Practical

• Handle viscometer to determine the viscosity and relative viscosity of liquids .

• Carry out quantitative analysis by instrumental method using Conductometer.

• estimate of aniline / phenol.

• Perform qualitative analysis of organic compounds.

• Carry out quantitative analysis by volumetric method and gravimetric methods



CH 211 : Physical and inorganic chemistry • Understand the Electronic structures, size of atoms and ions,

 ionization energy, metallic and nonmetallic of d block elements.

• Understand concept of Helmolthz free energy

• Understand numerical calculations of Gibbs free energy.

• Understand concept of vapor pressure of liquids.

• Understand the concept of physical properties of metals

• Learn methods of purification of ores


Paper CH 212: Organic and analytical chemistry • Review the concept of isomers and discuss the isomer which 

results from free rotation of C-C single bond, from a chirallity, from 

restricted rotation, R, S and E, Z nomenclature.

• Study of amines their formation reactivity.

• Study of reactivity, preparation and reactions of organo

 Li, Cu, Zn compounds.

• Understand the importance of analytical chemistry in analysis of compounds by titrimetric, gravimetric and instrumental methods.

• Know the importance of sampling methods and ways of 

interpretation of results of analysis.

• Determine the causes of errors and their minimization during


• Learn the application of types of titrations for quantitative 

analysis of the samples.


Paper 223: Chemistry practical • Understand techniques chromatography for separation of components in the mixture.

• Understand recrystallization for purification of organic 


• Prepare various inorganic complexes.

• analyse compounds by titrimetric, gravimetric and instrumental


• Understand to determine thermodynamic parameter.


CH 212 Physical and inorganic chemistry

• Understand colligative properties and its application 

calculation of molecular weight of solutes

• Understand concept of electromotive force and its measurement

• Understand about properties of Lanthanides and actinides.

• Understand concept of s-s, s-p, p-p, p-d & d-d combination of 


• Understand about classification of electrodes.


CH 221: Organic and analytical chemistry

• Understand the synthesis and reaction of 5, 6 member and

 condensed heterocyclic systems.

• Understand the synthesis of synthetic reagents and their 

synthetic utility.

• Know the mechanism and stereochemistry of E1, E2 reaction.

• Understand the concept of quantitative analysis by gravimetric 


• Understand the concept for separation of analytes in samples

 by thin layer, paper and column chromatographic methods.


CH 331: Physical chemistry

• Understand spontaneous and non spontaneous processes.

• Understand the importance of salt bridge in electrochemical cell.

• Understand the concept electrochemical cell and determination 

of potential of cell

• Understand the laws of photochemistry (Grothus Draper Law

 and Stark Einstein law)

• Understand the concept quantum yield and fluoresce and 

phosphorescence from Jalblonski diagram.

• Understand the various devices to measure the radiation from

 radioactive sample.


CH-332: Inorganic chemistry

• Understand the basic concept of the co-ordination compound, 

and identify the types of given ligand, chelates.

• Understand the different physical method for the study of 

complexes and assumptions, drawbacks and isomerism in Werner?s theory.

• Understand Effective atomic number (EAN) and how to 

calculate EAN for any given complexes.

• Understand the modern theories of metal-ligand bond related

 to valence bond theory.

• Application of CFT related to different geometry e. 

Square planer, tetrahedral, Octahedral.

• Understand the basic concept about CFT e. Spin magnetic 

moment, crystal field stabilization energy related to weak and 

strong field, limitation of theory.

• Understand the modern theories of metal-ligand bond related 

to Molecular orbital theory, and difference between B.T., C.F.T. 

and M.O.T.


CH-333: Organic chemistry

• Understand Polarity picture of carbonyl group and 

nucleophilic addition reaction to it.

• Introduction concept of aromaticity electrophilic and 

nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction.

• Molecular rearrangement involving migration to C, N and


• Drawing the resonating structures.

• Understand Nuclophic substitution reactions.

• Understanding electrophilic addition reactions.


CH-334: Analytical Chemistry SEM V

• Understand procedure of extraction of metal ions using Solvent

 Extraction process.

• Understand the application of Ion Exchange Chromatography

 method for the separation of cations and anions using different types of resins.

• Understand applications of Size Exclusion 

Chromatography for the separation of analytes based on

 their size and shapes.

• Understand the working of Gas Chromatographic unit and

 apply the knowledge to separate volatile compounds in sample.

• Understand Principle, choice of column materials for 

HPLC and its application.

• Understand Principles of Electrophoresis and choice of 

techniques of electrophoresis for various applications


CH-335: Industrial chemistry

• understand general concept of Industrial chemistry.

• Understand manufacturing of sugarcane.

• understand general idea of differ physical methods used in


• understands various types of fertilizer.

• Understand manufacturing of Beer and spirit.

• understand the aspects of small scale industry.


CH 336B: Polymer chemistry

• Understand the basic concepts of polymerization


CH-347: Physical Chemistry Practical

• Prepare molar and normal solutions of various concentrations.

• determine concentration of unknown solutions by

 Spectrophotometric method.

• Measure the pH, pKa and Ka of various acids by potentiometry.

• Measure refractive index, molar refraction and unknown 

concentration of various solvents.

• Determine the molecular weight of a given polymer by


• Investigate the reaction rate.


CH 348: Inorganic practical

• estimate ores and alloy by gravimetric and volumetric method.

• Separate and analyze binary mixtures by qualitative method

• Prepare and determine percent purity of various inorganic


• Perform chromatographic technique (paper chromatography).

• Estimate Lead, Iron by gravimetric method.

• Estimate Titanium and Iron by Spectrophotometric method.


CH 349: Organic practical:


• Separate and analyze binary water insoluble mixture

• Separate and analyze binary water soluble mixture

• Estimate - acetamide, glucose by volumetric method

• Estimate basicity of various acids.

• Prepare various organic compounds.

• Understand Thin Layer Chromatographic techniques and

 physical constant.



SemIV CH-341: Physical chemistry • Understand the types of spectra, Rotational, Vibration and Electronic energy levels.

• difference between order and Molecularity

• Understand the first, second and third order reaction.

• Understand the concept anisotropic, isotropic, etch figure, polymorphism,

• Learn concept Photoelectric effect, Compton Effect and Heisenberg?s uncertainty principals.

• Understand the concept of X- ray analysis.

CH-342: Inorganic chemistry

• understand the electronic structure, Extraction uses, 

oxidation states biological role of Cu.

• know about the all basic theory of Acid and bases.

• understand the concept of Hard and Soft acid bases 

concept theories, application and limitations.

• know the different types and theories of Corrosion and how

 to protect Metal from corrosion.


CH-343: Organic chemistry


• Understands common terms in spectroscopy.

• Learn Physical methods of structure determination which

 includes IR, UV and NMR.

• Solve the problems based on IR, UV and NMR.

• understand retro synthesis.

• predict synthons and reagents.

• Solve the problems based on retro synthesis.


CH-344 Analytical Chemistry


• perform the analysis of samples using instrumental 


• understand the concepts of spectrometry, know the

 principles of instruments and their applications

• understand principle, working and applications of Flame

 and Plasma Emission Spectrometry.

• understand principle, Instrumentation and application

 of Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry

• understand principle, Instrumentation and applications of 

Turbidimetry and Nephelometry.

• understand principle, Instrumentation and 

applications of thermogravimetric methods like TGA, DTA and DSC.


CH-345: Industrial chemistry

• Understand the process of manufacturing of petrol and gasoline.

• Understand the process of manufacturing of methanol.

• Understand the process of manufacturing of soap.

• Understand the process of manufacturing of detergents.

• Understand classification of dyes and paints.

• Understand properties of drugs.

CH 336B: Polymer chemistry

• Understand the basic concepts of polymerization



Analytical Chemistry Course Outcome

Course Outcome

CHA-390-I&II Electro analytical and Radio analytical methods of analysis

Students are able to understand principles and applications of  polarography ,pulse polarography, voltametry, ampherometry also got information regarding thermo gravimetric analysis

CHA-391 I & II Pharmaceutical Analysis

In this course students get information of pharmaceutical industry, different dosage forms in pharmaceutical industry.

They also get the information regarding that how to perform the analysis of different dosage forms

CHA-392 I & II Advanced analytical Techniques

Students learn theory of different analytical instruments and tech like Solvent extraction technique, AES, AAS,MS.HPLC,GC-HPLC,XRD,NMR,FT-IR, Column chromatography

CHA-380 I Analytical Method development & validation

II Geochemical and alloy analysis

Students are understand to how to develop the methods during the experiment, also able to analyze the elements present in the ore, alloys, or different materials

CHA-481 I & II Analytical Toxicology and Food Analysis

Students get information regarding what type of information is needed for forensic lab and also able to Isolation, identification and determination of following

1) Narcotics- heroin and cocaine.

2) Stimulants- caffeine, amphetamine

3) Depressants- Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines

CHA-490 I & II Analytical spectroscopy

In this course students learns NMR,Chemiluminiscence, Fluorescence and phosphorescence, XRD, Microscope, The Scanning Electron Microscope, Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope, Analytical Electron Microscopy, Scanning-Probe Microscopes, techniques

CHA-491 I & II Analytical methods for analysis of fertilizers, detergents,

water and Polymer, Paint and pigment

In this course students getting the information regarding that how to analyze the soil, and different constituents needed for the growth of plants, also able analyze the different constituent present in the fertilizer.

Students are able to know the how pains are made, what type of constituents present and how to them analyses

CHA-492 Method of Analysis and Applications : I Pollution Monitoring and Control

II Carbon Nanostructures and Applications of

Nanotechnology Students getting information regarding the what type of pollution occur in the atmosphere and how to separate them and identified in laboratory

Nanotechnology is recent method in that students are aware of nano material and also uses of nano technology

CHA-387(Inorganic chemistry practical In this practical course students are directly identifies,analyse, separate out different  constituents, able to detect waste water for checking  elements present in the water which is useful

CHA-487 (Physical chemistry practical) In this practical course students perform the practical’s on GC,HPLC,AAS,Spectrophotometer, Flame photometer, Photofluorometer,polarometer

CHA-488(Organic chemistry practical) In this practical course Analysis of food material as well as dissolution and disintegration test for tablets,

Course outcome and program Outcome of Organic Chemistry

Course name Outcome

CHP -110: Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry - I

• To understand the basic concepts of chemical thermodynamics.

• To understand the laws of classical thermodynamics and to derive the expressions for work done under various conditions.

• To understand the Clausius- inequality and hence to derive Gibb’s and Helmholtz’s functions

• To derive fundamental equation of chemical thermodynamics by using combined form of first and second law of thermodynamics.

• To study phase transformation and changes in thermodynamic properties such as ΔG, ΔH, ΔS etc.

• To correlate chemical potential and colligative properties.

• To study phase diagrams of Water, carbon dioxide, Helium etc.

• To revise historical development of quantum mechanics, Schrodinger equation for one and three dimensional particle , particle in 1-d box, hydrogen like atoms etc

• Revision of basic concepts of chemical kinetics, rate law and rate constants for various order reactions.

• Rate laws for complex reactions using steady state approximation.

• To study the kinetics of complexreactions such as chain reactions, photochemical reactions etc.

• To study experimental techniques for accounting the kinetics of fast reactions.

• To study the mechanism and to study kinetics of reactions using collision theory, ACT, and to derive Eyring equation.

• To study thermodynamics by applying laws to individual particles of system and hence to derive partition function for rotation, translation and electronic excitation.

• To study Maxwell-Boltzmann’s, Fermi-Dirac and ‘Bose – Einstein statistics’.

CHI-130- Molecular Symmetry & Chemistry of p-block elements. • The different properties of periodic table

• Concept of symmetry elements,       Symmetry Operation, point groups.

• Learn the matrix representation ,orthogonality theorem

•   Group theory &quantum mechanics, molecular orbital theory.

•    Learn molecular orbital’s and its orientation      .

• Understand about geometry and shape of the molecule

• Learn and find out bond order and dipole     

•    Moments of the inorganic molecule.

• Learn 18 electron rule and application.

CHO-150 – Basic Organic Chemistry • At the end of the course the students will Know and recall the fundamental principles of organic chemistry that include chemical bonding, nomenclature, structural isomerism, stereochemistry, chemical reactions and mechanism.

• Name the functional groups and different class of organic compounds.

• Name the functional groups and different class of organic compounds.

• Predict the reactivity of an organic compound from its structure.

• Justify a reasonable mechanism for a chemical reaction

• Illustrate chemical structures stereochemistry and chemical reactions.

CHA-190: Safety in Chemical Laboratory and Good Laboratory Practices • To make aware the students about importance of safety and health in Laboratory which 

includes importance of Safety and security, responsibility in laboratory ,different types of hazards and risk in chemical laboratory.

• In this course students are capable of Establishing Effective 

chemical safety and security management

• In the Personnel protective and other safety equipments topic students are aware of  Personnel clothing, foot protection, eye and face protection, safety shield, fire safety  equipments, heat and 

smoke detector, respirators, safety showers, eye wash unit.

• While working in laboratory students are aware of how to Asses

 that routes of exposer for toxic chemicals like Inhalation, contact with skin and eye, ingestion, assessing risk with acute toxicology,  specific chemical hazard, First aid for contact of different  chemicals on skin, eyes, and Inhalation ingestion.

• Students are understand the to assessing flammable, reactive and explosive hazards, Assessing physical hazards, assessing bio Hazards With regard to the environment safety to make the student aware about Managing Chemical waste green chemistry for every laboratory, purchasing   chemicals, inventory and tracking of chemicals, storage of chemicals, transfer, transport, shipment of chemicals.

• To make the student capable of careful planning , general 

procedure for working with hazardous chemicals, working with substance of high toxicity, working with bio hazards material, working with  flammable chemicals, working with highly reactive  or explosive chemicals

• In this course we make student aware about  Good Laboratory Practices and its applications which includes, Drug development process and non-regulated vs. regulated area,GMP, Introduction to GLP and its applications, GLP Training, introduction, 

CHP -210: Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry – II

• To study nature and properties of light.

• To study rotational spectra of rigid rotator and non-rigid rotator and isotopic substitution effect on the rotational spectra

• To study the vibrational transitions and hence the spectra for harmonic and anharmonic oscillators.

• Combinations of overtones, and hot bands in polyatomic molecules. 

• To study Vibrational rotational Spectra, fine structure in diatomic molecules, break down of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, effect due to nuclear spin, parallel and perpendicular vibrations.

• To study Raman Spectroscopy, polarizability ellipsoid, Rotational and Vibrational Raman Spectra, structure elucidation from

 combined Raman and IR data

• To understand the principle and some important applications of NMR spectroscopy

• To study the phenomenon of radioactivity and to study the kinetics of radioactive decay.

• To study the measurement of radioactivity.

• To study the radiolysis of water and other aqueous solutions.

• To study the nuclear reactions and various types of nuclear reactors in India.

• Introduction to nuclear energy programmed of India.

• Study of different applications of radioactivity.

• To study different ways of management of Radioactivity

CHI -230:-Coordination & Bioinorganic chemistry • Effect of ligand field on  different metal    


• Electronic spectra of complexes.

• Magnetic Properties of coordination      


• Concept of bioinorganic chemistry

• Biochemistry of :Ferritin Transferrin ,

            Iron Sulphur- cluster, Photosynthesis 


CHO-250 – Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Spectroscopy • Use to understand Synthetic reagents such as oxidation and reduction solving the example.     

• Study of rearrangement reaction with specific mechanism and migratory aptitude of different groups.

• Learn factors affecting on UV absorption spectra.                                                

• Interpretation of IR and NMR spectra on basic values IR frequencies and NMR values.

• Learn the reaction of carbonyl compound and unsaturated carbonyl compound with different organometallic compound  

• Study of Ylides and their reaction.         


CHA 290-PART-A: Modern Separation Methods and Hyphenated Techniques

PART- B: Concept of Analytical Chemistry • In this part A course to make student aware about Mass Spectrometry and its Principle, Instrumentation, Ionization methods- Electron bombardment ionization, Arc and spark ionization, Photo-ionization, Thermal ionization, Chemical ionization, Mass analyzers-Magnetic, Double focusing, Time of flight, Quadrupolar, Ion cyclotron resonance analyzer, Correlation of mass spectra with molecular structure and molecular weight, Isotopic Abundances, Fragmentation patterns, Quantitative analysis, 

• Students are understand the what is the role of following instrument in the sample analysis and how to us them -Gas Chromatography

             High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC GC-MS and LC-     MS, GC-MS ,High Speed gas chromatography, Gas- solid chromatography

• In this PART- C:course  Concept of Analytical Chemistry to make aware of students for following concept-Accuracy and Precision, classification of errors, Significant figures, rounding off, ways of

            expressing accuracy, Mean Deviation, Average Deviation, RMD, Standard Deviation Propagation of errors, Confidence limits Separation by precipitation, separation of species by distillation, separation by extraction,

• separation by ion exchange chromatography

CHO-350 – Organic Reaction Mechanism • Recognize neighboring group participation and rearrangement reactions.

• Predict and account for the most commonly encountered reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry.

• Study of reaction intermediates with their structure, stability and reaction. 

• Study of mechanism in biological chemistry.

CHO-351:- Spectroscopic methods in Structure Determination

• After successful completion of the course, the participant should have the ability to: use spectroscopic equipment such as MS, IR, NMR spectrometers. identify organic compounds by analysis and interpretation of spectral data. 

• Identify organic compounds by analysis and interpretation of spectral data.

• Explain common terms in NMR spectroscopy such as chemical shift, coupling constant, and anisotropy and describe how they are affected by molecular structure.

• Analyse  and interpret 1D and 2D NMR spectra.

• The ability to investigate and determine the structure of typical organic chemical compounds using suitable nuclear magnetic resonance experiments.

CHO-352:- Organic Stereochemistry

• Understand the basic concepts of stereo chemistry.

• learn the Three dimensional structure of cyclic and acyclic  compounds.

• Use selectivity of reagents and stereochemical principle involve in their reaction .    

• Study of asymmetric synthesis with suitable synthons.

• Study of spectroscopic technique for structure elucidation with proper stereochemistry.

• Learn the concept of resolution of racemic mixture  with different  techniques.

CHO-353:- Photochemistry, Pericyclic Reactions & Heterocyclic Chemistry

• Explain theory and practice of common photochemical reaction.

• Describe the interaction of excited states with their surroundings, and apply theoretical methods for treating excited states.

• Explain the mechanisms of common photochemical transformations, analyse them theoretically, and describe the significance of conical intersections in photochemical reactions

• Explain theory and application of photocatalysis and explain the environmental impact of atmospheric photochemistry.

• Understanding of Pericyclic reaction and their analysis by Frontier molecular Orbital (FMO), Correlation diagram, Aromatic transition state (ATS) method.

• Study of Heterocyclic compound containing one, two and more than two heteroatom with their structure, synthesis and reactions.

CHO450:- Chemistry of Natural Products

• Study structures with stereochemistry of natural product.( Hardwickiic acid, Camptothecin, and podophyllotoxin)

• Synthesis of natural productes which can be use as drugs in day to day life.( Taxol, Estrone and Mifepristone, Juvabione, Fredericamycin A )

• Biogenesis of natural products (Terpenoids Alkaloids, The shikimate pathway, flavonoids )

CHO-451:- Advanced Synthetic 

Organic Chemistry

• Study the use of transition metal complex in organic synthesis.

• Discuss the chemistry and applications of a range of Boron, silicon, sulfur and selenium reagents in modern organic synthesis.

• Compare and contrast mechanistic details of common modern synthetic organometallic reactions.

• Predict the outcome of some simple transition metal catalysed processes and comment on the strategies used by others for the

• Describe the mechanistic course of various palladium catalysed coupling reactions (including Heck, Sonogashira, Negishi, Kumada, Stille, Suzuki etc.) and appreciate their value in synthesis.

• The student is expected to have gained knowledge in advanced organic synthesis laboratory techniques.

• Understanding the  concept of click chemistry and its application in modern organic synthesis.

CHO-452:- Carbohydrate and Chiron approach, Chiral drugs and Medicinal Chemistry

• Study of carbohydrates with structure of triose, tetrose, pentose, hexose, stereochemistry and reactions of Glucose, conformation and anomeric effects in hexoses 

• Understand Important Terms –Receptor, therapeutic index, bioavailability, Drug assay and Drug Potency used in medicinal chemistry.  

• Understand Synthesis and Pharmacological activity of S-Ibuprofin , S-Metaprolol, (+) Ephedrime

• Understand basic Pharmacokinetics of drugs, anti Microbial drugs, Antifungal, Antibacterial, antiviral, antiprotozoals drugs      

• Learn the concept of Chiron approach and retrosynthetic approach for synthesis (S) Propanediol, (R) and (S) – Epichlorohydrin, L (+)-Alanine, (-) Multistratin, (-) Pentenomycin, (-) Shikimic acid 

CHO-453:- Designing organic synthesis and Asymmetric synthesis.    

• Study the use of protection and deprotection of various functional groups used in synthesis of peptides and polypeptides.

• Study of Enamine approach and Umpolung in organic synthesis  .

• Retrosynthsis and synthesis methodology of organic compound using suitable synthetic reagents. 

• Study the  importance of asymmetric synthesis and will be able to propose syntheses of molecules of reasonable complexity with control of the stereochemistry 

• Asymmetric catalysis, and application of chiral synthons in total synthesis.

Organic chemistry Practical’s

• Study of software like MOPAC, ISIS draw, Chem. office draws the structures of organic compound.

• Learn the purification techniques of organic compound  (Solvent and Reagent )

• Study the techniques of drying and storage of solvent.

• Study of extraction techniques to separates organic compound from mixture

• Study of chromatographic techniques such as TLC to understand the progress of reaction and column chromatography for separation of compound. 

• Set up glassware and apparatus to conduct experiments in Organic Chemistry.

• Interpret data from a range of physical techniques to characterize Organic compounds

• Separate different liquids based on their boiling points and miscibility.

• Separate by-products and to purify products by various methods (liquid-liquid extraction, inclusive of pH-manipulations during extractive work-up, column chromatography, recrystallisation)

• Safely handle flammable, corrosive, harmful, toxic and pyrophoric substances.

• Combine reactions to achieve simple synthesis of target molecules.

• Develop basic skill for the multi-step synthesis of organic compound.

• Survey literature for the topic of the project.

• Used ICT tools to prepare project reports and presentation.

• Understand the impact of chemical reactions on the environment and to reduce them by using less hazardous alternatives.




Laboratories of Chemistry
Sr.No. Laboratories Name Description Link
1 Chemistry Lab I


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2 Chemistry Lab II


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3 SAIFC (Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilit

Instruments in Laboratory

UV- Ultra Violet Spectroscopi

FTIR- Fourier Transformation Infrared Spectroscopy

GC- GAS  Chromatography

HPLC- High Pressure Liquid Chromatography

XRD - X-Ray...

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4 Rubber Chemistry Laboratory


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5 Research Lab II


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  • Research Centre
  • Well-equipped laboratories with sophisticated instruments like UV-Vis DRS, FTIR, GC etc.
  • MO U’s – i. International – Nagoya University, Japan
  • National – C-MET.
  • Major and Minor Research Projects are undertaken by faculty that are funded by various funding agencies like UGC, BCUD, MNRE etc.
  • Around 14 students from the department have cleared the competitive examinations like NET, SET, and GATE.
  • UG and PG students participate in many intercollegiate activities like Lecture Competition, Project competition etc.

Best Practices
  • Linkages with National / International, academic / Research bodies such as University of Pune, National Chemical Laboratory, C-MET and V.S.I., Manjari.Nagoya University, Japan and T.C.I. Institute, Germany.
  • Major contribution in signing of MOU with C-MET, Pune.

Events of Chemistry
Sr.No. Events Name Date Link
1 "ALCHEMIST" 2017-02-04 Know details
2 Science Day Celebration 2017-02-28 Know details
3 Lecture Deliver to Junior College Students from Ru 2017-12-12 Know details
4 Industrial visit at Vasantdada Sugar Institute 2018-02-28 Know details
5 Star College Activity 2018-01-22 Know details


Achievements of Chemistry
Sr.No. Achievements Title Name Guide Name Date Link
1 Zonal level Avishkar 2015 Ganesh Gambhire Vishal Kailas Deshmukh Dr. Manohar Chaskar Know details
Staff Achievements
Staff Achievements of Chemistry
Sr.No. Achiever Name Achievement Title Date Link
1 Prof. dr. Bharati Pardeshi BEST TEACHER'S AWARD FROM LIONS CLUB OF PUNE SUPRE 2018-09-05 Know details




Students Research
Students Research in Chemistry
Sr.No. Photo Students Topic Class Guide Name PDF Details
1 Miss.Jyoti S More Synthesis and characerisation of Silver nanoparticles by using organic reducing agent. M.Sc. Read details
2 Miss.Gaikwad Shubhangi S Synthesis and characerisation of Copper nanoparticles by using organic reducing agent. M.Sc. Read details
3 Ms.Allolika A. Dhamale Synthesis of benzimidazole and its metal complexes M.Sc. Read details
4 Mr.Sujit Rajendra Manmode Racemisation of (R)-2-amino- 1-butanol over hydrotalcite catalyst M.Sc. Read details
5 Ms.Chaitali R Jadhav Comparative study of coupling reaction using microwave and sonicator M.Sc. Read details
6 Mr.Gaikwad Sudhir T Synthesis of (+_ )linezolid M.Sc. Read details
7 Mr.Sangam R Chavan Synthesis of triazole compounds and its pharamaciticual application M.Sc. Read details
8 Miss.Rageeni S Pandey Approach towards the synthesis of bicyclic iminosugars from D-glucose M.Sc. Read details
9 Miss. Aarti G Bhujbal Approach towards the synthesis of polyhydroxylated piperidine alkaloids from D-glucose M.Sc. Read details
10 Miss.Pawar Amruta A Synthesis of Diethyl phthalate from phthalic anhydride and ethanol by using heterogeneous catalyst M.Sc. Read details
11 Mr.Bodhe Akash M Study of coupling reaction like Heck and Suziki using quantum dots M.Sc. Read details
12 Kale Swapnilkumar B Detection and preparation of ethanolic and aq. Extract from nonedible part of cauliflower (stem) M.Sc. Read details
13 Kanse Aniket S Isolation of lawsone from mehandi leaves M.Sc. Read details
14 Thorave Tushar M Synthesis and characterisation of silver nanoparticles using leaf extract of neem M.Sc. Read details