MLACW (now mLAC) is an institution of excellence located strategically in the vicinity of national institutes of repute, such as Indian Institute of Science, Institute of Wood Science & Technology, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Raman Research Institute and Central Power Research Institute.

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Department of Chemistry

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT 

To collaborate with other academic and research institutes to strengthen the education  and research and help students to face challenges in the field of entrepreneur chemistry.

 

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT 

To teach chemistry in a way that promotes a culture of creativity in classrooms and laboratories and prepare students to suit most efficiently to understand the needs of society, industries, teaching and higher education for positions of leadership and lives of service.

 

 

 

The Department of Chemistry at mLAC was established in the year 1973, with only three students who were pursuing a degree in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology (CBZ). The Department has grown steadily and now offers courses with combinations such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM); Chemistry, Botany, Zoology (CBZ); Chemistry, Botany, Biotechnology (CBBt) and Chemistry, Zoology, Biotechnology (CZBt). This Department strives for excellence in creating, applying, and imparting knowledge in Chemistry through continuous comprehensive evaluation programmes to aid the success of students in the global market. The Department hosts an extremely stimulating, productive, and friendly environment through classrooms and laboratory spaces; audiovisual infrastructure and consistent teaching support. It enables both faculty and students to reach their highest competency. The Department promotes collaborative research through several MOUs with Research Institutes and Industries. 

Syllabus

Title Year Download
BSc.PCM (2016-2019) 01 Jun, 2016 Download
BSc.CZBT (2016-2019) 01 Jun, 2016 Download
BSc.CBZ (2016-2019) 01 Jun, 2016 Download
Bsc CBBT (2016-18) 03 Jul, 2016 Download
B.sc CZBT (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download
B.sc CBBT (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download
B.sc CBZ (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download
Bsc PCM (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download

Course Outcome

 

Course Outcomes – Chemistry

1st Year

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.1 Students will gain an understanding of the application of mathematical tools to calculate thermodynamic and kinetic properties]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.2 Students will be able to explain the principle involved in the process of liquefaction of gases which are used for scientific, industrial and commercial purposes.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.3 Define and distinguish the various types of errors encountered in qualitative experimental measurements and apply their skills in minimizing the error.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.4 Deep knowledge on the modern periodic table and periodic properties which stands as the backbone in understanding Chemistry]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.5 Predict chemical and physical properties of molecules and materials, which is useful to many fields of science and engineering.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.6 Inculcates the better understanding of the organic chemistry and to have qualities of chemist]

CHE.P1-1 [Develop skills on calibration of Glass wares, preparation of solutions of varied concentrations]

CHE.P1-1 [Estimate the concentration of solutions by volumetric analysis.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.1 Gain the knowledge on implementing the basic techniques to monitor the properties of liquids and solutions which are valuable methods to control the quality of incoming and final products in many industrial areas.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.2 Photo means light. Exposure of light on different chemicals produce colour of chemicals and also can carry out chemical conversion. This course discussed the theoretical basics of photochemistry.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.3 Chemical bonding theory (covalent, ionic, metallic) explains how atoms are held together in these different types of structure. This theoretical chemical bonding knowledge, backed up with experimental evidence, helps scientists to design and engineer new materials with desirable properties for specific uses.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.4 Students will be acquainted with the knowledge on application of zeolites in the water treatment processes.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.5 Students will be able to compare the properties of noble gases and design their applications in relevant fields such as metallurgical processes, photography, medical imaging systems, radiotherapy etc.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.6 Impart technical knowledge about chromatographic techniques and their applications for separation of inorganic and organic compounds.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.7 Recognize and distinguish between aromatic and anti-aromatic compounds by their structures.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.8 Illustrate the mechanism involved in SN2 reactions, SN1 reactions, E1reactions and E2 reactions of alkyl halides.]

CHE.P2-2 [Determine physical properties such as density, viscosity and  surface tension of given liquids]

CHE.P2-2 [Determine the molar masses of electrolytes, non electrolytes and transition temperature of salt hydrates.]

 

2nd Year

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.1 Apply the first and second laws of Thermodynamics to various gas processes and cycles]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.2 Understand temperature dependence of equilibrium constant; Van'

Course Outcomes – Chemistry

1st Year

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.1 Students will gain an understanding of the application of mathematical tools to calculate thermodynamic and kinetic properties]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.2 Students will be able to explain the principle involved in the process of liquefaction of gases which are used for scientific, industrial and commercial purposes.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.3 Define and distinguish the various types of errors encountered in qualitative experimental measurements and apply their skills in minimizing the error.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.4 Deep knowledge on the modern periodic table and periodic properties which stands as the backbone in understanding Chemistry]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.5 Predict chemical and physical properties of molecules and materials, which is useful to many fields of science and engineering.]

I Sem CHE.T1-1 [CO1.6 Inculcates the better understanding of the organic chemistry and to have qualities of chemist]

CHE.P1-1 [Develop skills on calibration of Glass wares, preparation of solutions of varied concentrations]

CHE.P1-1 [Estimate the concentration of solutions by volumetric analysis.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.1 Gain the knowledge on implementing the basic techniques to monitor the properties of liquids and solutions which are valuable methods to control the quality of incoming and final products in many industrial areas.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.2 Photo means light. Exposure of light on different chemicals produce colour of chemicals and also can carry out chemical conversion. This course discussed the theoretical basics of photochemistry.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.3 Chemical bonding theory (covalent, ionic, metallic) explains how atoms are held together in these different types of structure. This theoretical chemical bonding knowledge, backed up with experimental evidence, helps scientists to design and engineer new materials with desirable properties for specific uses.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.4 Students will be acquainted with the knowledge on application of zeolites in the water treatment processes.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.5 Students will be able to compare the properties of noble gases and design their applications in relevant fields such as metallurgical processes, photography, medical imaging systems, radiotherapy etc.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.6 Impart technical knowledge about chromatographic techniques and their applications for separation of inorganic and organic compounds.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.7 Recognize and distinguish between aromatic and anti-aromatic compounds by their structures.]

II Sem CHE.T2-2 [CO2.8 Illustrate the mechanism involved in SN2 reactions, SN1 reactions, E1reactions and E2 reactions of alkyl halides.]

CHE.P2-2 [Determine physical properties such as density, viscosity and  surface tension of given liquids]

CHE.P2-2 [Determine the molar masses of electrolytes, non electrolytes and transition temperature of salt hydrates.]

 

2nd Year

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.1 Apply the first and second laws of Thermodynamics to various gas processes and cycles]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.2 Understand temperature dependence of equilibrium constant; Van't Hoff reaction isochore, Van't Hoff reaction isotherm]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.3 Determine the rate, extent of chemical reactions and explain the concept of activation energy, its relation to the variation of reaction rate with temperature]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.4 Define and explain surface and interfacial phenomena.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.5 Describe the properties and applications of the biodegradable and non- biodegradable polymers and discuss their consequences for the environment.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.6 Demonstrate an integrative approach to environmental issues with a focus on sustainability]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.7 Interpret the reactions and properties of alcohols and phenols.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.8 Explain and rationalize the synthesis, structure and reactivity of organometallic compounds]

CHE.P3-3 [Skilled with fundamental practical knowledge in the synthesis and purification of organic compounds on lab scale.]

CHE.P3-3 [Separation of a mixture of two organic compounds by thin layer chromatography and column chromatography.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.1 Interpret phase diagrams for binary mixtures, identifying the phases and components present in each region.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.2 Describe the principles concerning solid state structures and specific crystal structures by applying basic crystallographic concepts]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.3 Analyze BOD and COD of waste water and describe steps involved in sewage treatment]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.4 Acquainted with the basic knowledge of radiation and nuclear chemistry; requirements, methods of preparation, uses of radioelements]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.5 Interpret the reactions and properties of ethers and epoxides.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.6 Illustrate the reactions and preparations of aldehydes and ketones.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.7 Design reactions of carboxylic acids and their derivatives.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.8 Understand the fundamentals including thermodynamics and phase relations in the production of ferroalloys.]

CHE.P4-4 [Analyze the mixture of two inorganic salts quantitatively]

CHE.P4-4 [Able to conduct practical experiments on solvent extraction and separation of metal ions by paper chromatography.]

 

3rd Year

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.1 Explain the criteria for chirality and discuss axial, planar and helical chirality]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.2 Interpret the reactions and properties of amines and recognise the main differences between aliphatic and aromatic amines.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.3 The fundamental theoretical understanding of heterocyclic chemistry of synthesis, particular properties and reactions for the most important heterocyclic compounds and their structure.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.4 Understand the different classes of carbohydrates and important terms related to carbohydrates and structure elucidation of glucose and structures of important disaccharides.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.5 Elucidate citral and zingiberene and some important terpenes structure and their uses.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.6 Define general Characteristics and elucidate the structure of nicotene and some important terpenes structure and their uses.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.7 To interpret UV-Visible spectroscopy, basic principles of UV-Visible spectroscopy, relevant terms of UV-Visible spectroscopy and graphical representation of simple organic compounds.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.8 To interpret IR spectroscopy, basic principles of IR spectroscopy, examine infrared spectroscopy and molecular structure determination by the simple molecules]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.9 Develop an understanding of the significance of the number, positions, intensities and splitting of signals in nuclear magnetic resonance spectra.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.10 Appreciable knowledge on Synthesis and usefulness of different dyes and drugs.]

CHE.P5-5 [Analyze the organic compounds through functional group determination qualitatively.]

CHE.P5-5 [Isolate the caffeine and lycopene from tea leaves and tomatoes respectively.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.1 Evaluate fundamentals of electrochemistry, conductivity measurements and titration curves]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.2 Construct an electrochemical cell diagram, including identifying the anode, cathode, direction of electron flow, sign of the electrodes, direction of ion flow in salt bridge, from a redox reaction.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.3 Describe types of electrolyte and degree of ionization, represent ionization of weak acids and bases, degree of hydrolysis and hydrolysis constant. Elucidate solubility product of sparingly soluble salts and applications of solubility product.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.4 Emphasized on the importance HPLC plays in research and quality control in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and educate students on the various applications of HPLC.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.5 Explain the fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy, principles of Rotational spectroscopy and calculate bond lengths and atomic mass from rotational spectra of diatomic molecules, Isotope effect on rotational spectra]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.6 Explain the principles of Vibrational spectroscopy, an harmonic nature of vibrations , Stereo chemical effects on the absorption pattern]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.7 Examine the Raman spectra and molecular structure determination of the simple molecules.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.8 Knowledgeable of current electroanalytical techniques and Capable of identifying the most appropriate electroanalytical technique for a specific analysis]

CHE.P5-6 [Apply the physical chemistry principles in the determination of physical constants and have hands on experience in handling the instruments associated with it.]

CHE.P5-6 [Interpret the experimental results, draw conclusions, and communicate effectively through oral and written reports]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.1 Identify the principles, structure and reactivity of selected coordination complexes and Interpret their electronic spectra and magnetic properties.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.2 Develop an appreciation for the scope, diversity, and application of organometallic chemistry]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.3 Determine the shaping and the selection based on the use of various field of refractory materials.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.4 Knowledge on the types, properties and applications of abrassives, glass, cement and ceramics.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.5 Describe the extraction separation process, understand the equipment for extraction and apply the principles of extraction.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.6 Understand the synthesis of nanomaterials by determining appropriate solution method, explain types of conducting polymers, superconductivity, nanomaterials and their applications]

CHE.P6-7 [Estimate the metal ions present in the given solution titrimetrically and gravimetrically]

CHE.P6-7 [Preparation and analysis of metal complexes.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.1 Gain knowledge on significance with an historical account of the development of biochemistry highlighting landmarks and achievements. Describe elemental and biochemical composition of living organisms, major functions of cell organelles and role of water in biological systems.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.2 Acquainted with the chemistry of carbohydrates, significance and determining the calorific value.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.3 Classification, structure and biological importance of Lipids. Properties and biological importance of triglycerides and phosphoglycerides. Detailed structure of cell membrane.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.4 Describe the classification and structural organisation of proteins, ionic properties and reactions of amino acids.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.5 ATP and other high energy compounds. Stepwise process of biological oxidation.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.6 Components of nucleic acids. Polynucleotide structure of DNA. Biological roles of DNA & RNA. Central dogma of molecular biology, Replication, transcription and translation.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.7 Describe the characteristic features, classification, kinetics, and inhibition of enzymes]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.8 Discuss the characteristic features and classification of hormones. Role of insulin and glucagon in homeostasis]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.9 Describe the metabolism of Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.10 Principle and applications of Paper chromatography and TLC, Adsorption Chromatography. Electrophoresis– SDS-PAGE, UV-visible spectrophotometry, and Reverse osmosis.]

CHE.P6-8 [Use of apparatus such as colorimeter, pH meter to obtain reproducible data from biochemical experiments.]

CHE.P6-8 [Preparation of buffers for different biochemical experiments.]

CHE.P6-8 [Implement protocols to analyse clinically significant metabolites such as glucose, creatinine, inorganic phosphate, cholesterol.]

CHE.P6-8 [Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of biochemical techniques for separation of molecules such as paper chromatography, TLC.]

t Hoff reaction isochore, Van’t Hoff reaction isotherm]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.3 Determine the rate, extent of chemical reactions and explain the concept of activation energy, its relation to the variation of reaction rate with temperature]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.4 Define and explain surface and interfacial phenomena.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.5 Describe the properties and applications of the biodegradable and non- biodegradable polymers and discuss their consequences for the environment.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.6 Demonstrate an integrative approach to environmental issues with a focus on sustainability]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.7 Interpret the reactions and properties of alcohols and phenols.]

III Sem CHE.T3-3 [CO3.8 Explain and rationalize the synthesis, structure and reactivity of organometallic compounds]

CHE.P3-3 [Skilled with fundamental practical knowledge in the synthesis and purification of organic compounds on lab scale.]

CHE.P3-3 [Separation of a mixture of two organic compounds by thin layer chromatography and column chromatography.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.1 Interpret phase diagrams for binary mixtures, identifying the phases and components present in each region.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.2 Describe the principles concerning solid state structures and specific crystal structures by applying basic crystallographic concepts]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.3 Analyze BOD and COD of waste water and describe steps involved in sewage treatment]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.4 Acquainted with the basic knowledge of radiation and nuclear chemistry; requirements, methods of preparation, uses of radioelements]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.5 Interpret the reactions and properties of ethers and epoxides.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.6 Illustrate the reactions and preparations of aldehydes and ketones.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.7 Design reactions of carboxylic acids and their derivatives.]

IV Sem CHE.T4-4 [CO4.8 Understand the fundamentals including thermodynamics and phase relations in the production of ferroalloys.]

CHE.P4-4 [Analyze the mixture of two inorganic salts quantitatively]

CHE.P4-4 [Able to conduct practical experiments on solvent extraction and separation of metal ions by paper chromatography.]

 

3rd Year

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.1 Explain the criteria for chirality and discuss axial, planar and helical chirality]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.2 Interpret the reactions and properties of amines and recognise the main differences between aliphatic and aromatic amines.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.3 The fundamental theoretical understanding of heterocyclic chemistry of synthesis, particular properties and reactions for the most important heterocyclic compounds and their structure.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.4 Understand the different classes of carbohydrates and important terms related to carbohydrates and structure elucidation of glucose and structures of important disaccharides.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.5 Elucidate citral and zingiberene and some important terpenes structure and their uses.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.6 Define general Characteristics and elucidate the structure of nicotene and some important terpenes structure and their uses.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.7 To interpret UV-Visible spectroscopy, basic principles of UV-Visible spectroscopy, relevant terms of UV-Visible spectroscopy and graphical representation of simple organic compounds.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.8 To interpret IR spectroscopy, basic principles of IR spectroscopy, examine infrared spectroscopy and molecular structure determination by the simple molecules]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.9 Develop an understanding of the significance of the number, positions, intensities and splitting of signals in nuclear magnetic resonance spectra.]

V Sem CHE.T5-5 [CO5.10 Appreciable knowledge on Synthesis and usefulness of different dyes and drugs.]

CHE.P5-5 [Analyze the organic compounds through functional group determination qualitatively.]

CHE.P5-5 [Isolate the caffeine and lycopene from tea leaves and tomatoes respectively.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.1 Evaluate fundamentals of electrochemistry, conductivity measurements and titration curves]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.2 Construct an electrochemical cell diagram, including identifying the anode, cathode, direction of electron flow, sign of the electrodes, direction of ion flow in salt bridge, from a redox reaction.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.3 Describe types of electrolyte and degree of ionization, represent ionization of weak acids and bases, degree of hydrolysis and hydrolysis constant. Elucidate solubility product of sparingly soluble salts and applications of solubility product.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.4 Emphasized on the importance HPLC plays in research and quality control in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and educate students on the various applications of HPLC.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.5 Explain the fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy, principles of Rotational spectroscopy and calculate bond lengths and atomic mass from rotational spectra of diatomic molecules, Isotope effect on rotational spectra]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.6 Explain the principles of Vibrational spectroscopy, an harmonic nature of vibrations , Stereo chemical effects on the absorption pattern]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.7 Examine the Raman spectra and molecular structure determination of the simple molecules.]

V Sem CHE.T5-6 [CO6.8 Knowledgeable of current electroanalytical techniques and Capable of identifying the most appropriate electroanalytical technique for a specific analysis]

CHE.P5-6 [Apply the physical chemistry principles in the determination of physical constants and have hands on experience in handling the instruments associated with it.]

CHE.P5-6 [Interpret the experimental results, draw conclusions, and communicate effectively through oral and written reports]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.1 Identify the principles, structure and reactivity of selected coordination complexes and Interpret their electronic spectra and magnetic properties.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.2 Develop an appreciation for the scope, diversity, and application of organometallic chemistry]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.3 Determine the shaping and the selection based on the use of various field of refractory materials.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.4 Knowledge on the types, properties and applications of abrassives, glass, cement and ceramics.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.5 Describe the extraction separation process, understand the equipment for extraction and apply the principles of extraction.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-7 [CO7.6 Understand the synthesis of nanomaterials by determining appropriate solution method, explain types of conducting polymers, superconductivity, nanomaterials and their applications]

CHE.P6-7 [Estimate the metal ions present in the given solution titrimetrically and gravimetrically]

CHE.P6-7 [Preparation and analysis of metal complexes.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.1 Gain knowledge on significance with an historical account of the development of biochemistry highlighting landmarks and achievements. Describe elemental and biochemical composition of living organisms, major functions of cell organelles and role of water in biological systems.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.2 Acquainted with the chemistry of carbohydrates, significance and determining the calorific value.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.3 Classification, structure and biological importance of Lipids. Properties and biological importance of triglycerides and phosphoglycerides. Detailed structure of cell membrane.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.4 Describe the classification and structural organisation of proteins, ionic properties and reactions of amino acids.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.5 ATP and other high energy compounds. Stepwise process of biological oxidation.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.6 Components of nucleic acids. Polynucleotide structure of DNA. Biological roles of DNA & RNA. Central dogma of molecular biology, Replication, transcription and translation.]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.7 Describe the characteristic features, classification, kinetics, and inhibition of enzymes]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.8 Discuss the characteristic features and classification of hormones. Role of insulin and glucagon in homeostasis]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.9 Describe the metabolism of Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins]

VI Sem CHE.T6-8 [CO8.10 Principle and applications of Paper chromatography and TLC, Adsorption Chromatography. Electrophoresis– SDS-PAGE, UV-visible spectrophotometry, and Reverse osmosis.]

CHE.P6-8 [Use of apparatus such as colorimeter, pH meter to obtain reproducible data from biochemical experiments.]

CHE.P6-8 [Preparation of buffers for different biochemical experiments.]

CHE.P6-8 [Implement protocols to analyse clinically significant metabolites such as glucose, creatinine, inorganic phosphate, cholesterol.]

CHE.P6-8 [Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of biochemical techniques for separation of molecules such as paper chromatography, TLC.]

 

Our Faculty

Dr. Nagalaxmi B N

Head of Department

Sumanjali K

Assistant Professor

Afshan Izzath Mab

Assistant Professor

Rakshitha B K

Assistant Professor

Sushma C

Assistant Professor

Swathi N

Assistant Professor

Shravana Kumara K N

Assistant Professor

Divya B N

Assistant Professor

Shubha Acharya

Assistant Professor

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