Programme overview

The Bachelor of Science is a three-year graduate programme that covers physics, chemistry, mathematics, Forensic science, and other fundamental subjects with skill courses. After the completion of the B.Sc. degree, there are various options available for the science students: they can go for a Masters in Science, further higher education through research, or even professional job-oriented courses. Students are also recruited directly by eminent MNCs in the drug and Pharmacy sectors and can do preparation to join Respective Forces, Aeronautics, Bank POs and clerical exams, SSC, IFS, UPSC, State and Level exams, Research Labs, Teaching, Higher Education jobs, etc.

  • 2 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Understand and learn appropriate techniques, resource advancement, and modern technology in a multid
Implications of subject and practical knowledge to design experiments, analyse, observe, and interpr
Gain knowledge of chemistry and physics through theory and practicals. To explain the nomenclature,
Can be able to Use modern tools, Models, Chem-draws, charts, and equipment in chemistry, physics, ma
Know the structure-activity relationship of all scientific structure and design.

How will you benefit

Personal development and increased knowledge
Job opportunities in research and development fields
Free to expand to other fields

What will you study

Scientific Tools and Techniques

Forensic Analysis

Mathematical Modelling

Physical and Chemical Concepts

  • To apply knowledge and skill in electronic circuits to cater to the needs of the electronic industry.
  • To Become professionally trained in the areas of electronics, optical communication, nonlinear circuits, materials, and lasers and Excel in the research
  • To learn how to solve second-order differential equations and become familiar with singular points and the Frobenius method.
  • To grasp the basis of the ensemble approach in statistical mechanics.
  • To demonstrate the highest standards of ethical conduct, professional actuarial vision, and critical thinking
  • To explain and understand statistics and thermodynamics as logical consequences of the postulates of statistical mechanics
  • To Learn about Gradient, divergence, and Curl in orthogonal curvilinear matrices, special types of matrices, and their typical applications in physics
  • To understand Special functions like Gamma/Beta/Delta/Dirac/Bessel/etc. and their interrelationships and applications
  • To study important examples of ideal Bose and Fermi systems and apply the principles of statistical mechanics to selected problems
  • To learn the fundamentals and applications of Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms, their inverse transforms, etc.
  • To derive and understand the theory of scattering and its calculation on the basis of scattering cross section, optical theorem, Born and Elkonal approximation, partial wave analysis, etc.
  • To learn the fundamental differences between classical and quantum statistics and learn about quantum statistical distribution laws and their relation to material science.

  • A graduate with a Master's degree in Chemistry has in-depth and detailed functional knowledge of the fundamental theoretical concepts and experimental methods of chemistry.
  • An ability to have in-depth knowledge of the topics of the research conducted by the researchers at the Department of Chemistry.
  • An ability to work provided insight into the interface between, on the one hand, the history of chemistry and natural science.
  • An ability to analyse the impacts of specifying, designing, and developing concurrent and parallel programmes.
  • An understanding that the graduate has expert knowledge of a well-defined area of research within chemistry
  • Work on unfamiliar problems through investigative studies and research and contribute to the development of technological knowledge and intellectual properties in the chemical sciences
  • Use the techniques, skills, and modern chemical tools and software to examine specific phenomena theoretically and/or experimentally.
  • An ability to apply innovation to new applications of chemical research, pertaining to the areas of new research: chemical hazards, health issues, medicine, drugs, and the environment.
  • To acquire the knowledge of how to critically evaluate the collected data to determine the identity, purity, and percent yield of products and to summarise findings in writing in a clear and concise manner


  • Chemistry I- Fundamentals of chemistry-I (Major Sub I)
  • Forensic Science I- Criminal Investigation & Law-I (Major Sub I)
  • Mathematics I- Algebra
  • Vector Analysis and Geometry-I (Major Sub I)
  • Physics I- Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics-I (Major Sub I)
  • Chemistry II- Analytical Chemistry-I(Minor Sub II)
  • Forensic Science II- Introduction to Forensic Science & Criminalistics(Minor Sub II)
  • Mathematics II- Calculus and Differential Equations-I(Minor Sub II)
  • Physics II-Mechanics & general Properties of Matter-I(Minor Sub II)
  • Domestic Data Entry Operator (Sub (III))
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting with Tally (Sub (III))
  • Digital Marketing (Sub (III))
  • Entrepreneurship Development(AEC)
  • Chemistry III - Analytical Chemistry-I (Major Sub I)
  • Forensic Science III - Introduction to Forensic Science & Criminalistics-I (Major Sub I)
  • Mathematics III - Calculus and Differential Equations-I (Major Sub I)
  • Physics III - Mechanics & general Properties of Matter-I (Major Sub I)
  • Chemistry IV - Fundamentals of chemistry-I (Minor Sub II)
  • Forensic Science IV - Criminal Investigation & Law-I (Minor Sub II)
  • Mathematics IV - Algebra
  • Vector Analysis and Geometry-I (Minor Sub II)
  • Physics IV- Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics-I (Minor Sub II)
  • Food Adulteration (Sub (III))
  • English Language & Indian Culture (AEC)


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Eligibility Criteria

12th in Science stream

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