Department of Chemistry
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

Post Graduate

Programme Information(PG)



Name of the Programme

M.Sc. Chemistry

Scheme of the programme

M.Sc. Programme: Two-year (Four semesters) under Choice Based Credit System – OBES / LOCF Pattern


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PSO (Programme Specific Outcomes)



PSO1:  The detailed functional knowledge of theoretical concepts and experimental aspects of chemistry.


PSO2:  To integrate the gained knowledge with various contemporary and evolving areas in chemical sciences like analytical, synthetic, pharmaceutical etc.


PSO3:  To understand, analyze, plan and implement qualitative as well as quantitative analytical synthetic and phenomenon-based problems in chemical sciences.


PSO4:  Provide opportunities to excel in academics, research or Industry.


PEO (Programme Educational Objectives)



PEO1:  To have fundamental as well as advanced knowledge of the chemistry domain.


PEO2:  To provide the professional services to industries, Research organization, in the domain of super specialization.


PEO3:  To opt for higher education, disciplinary & multi-disciplinary research and to be a life-long learner.


PO (Programme Outcomes)





Capable of demonstrating comprehensive disciplinary knowledge gained during course of study.



Research Aptitude

Capability to ask relevant/ appropriate questions for identifying, formulating and analyzing the research problems and to draw conclusion from the analysis.




Ability to communicate effectively on general and scientific topics with the scientific community and with society at large.



Problem Solving

Capability of applying knowledge to solve scientific and other problems.



Individual and Team Work

Capable to learn and work effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, multidisciplinary settings.



Investigation of Problems

Ability of critical thinking, analytical reasoning and research based knowledge including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data to provide conclusions.



Modern Tool usage

Ability to use and learn techniques, skills and modern tools for scientific practices.



Science and Society

Ability to apply reasoning to assess the different issues related to society and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional scientific practices.



Life-Long Learning

Aptitude to apply knowledge and skills that are necessary for participating in learning activities throughout life.




Capability to identify and apply ethical issues related to one’s work, avoid unethical behaviour such as fabrication of data, committing plagiarism and unbiased truthful actions in all aspects of work.



Project Management

Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles and apply these to manage projects.

Time Table




UV-vis Spectrophotometer, Shimadzu RF-3501 Pc Fluorescence Spectrophotometer, NMR, IR, Cyclic Voltameter, Rotavapour, Conductivity meter, Tensiometer, Flame photometer, DSA5000, AAS, Sonicator, Centrifugation machine, TGA,

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