Analytical Chemistry provides a comprehensive understanding of principles, techniques, and applications in fields like pharmaceuticals, environmental sciences, forensic sciences, and materials science. The objectives of this program are to provide students with an advanced knowledge of areas of analytical chemistry. The course is designed to gain strong knowledge in Chemistry with practical applications of theory leading to research in Analytical Chemistry and interdisciplinary projects related to Chemistry. Students learn various techniques such as spectroscopy, chromatography, mass spectrometry, electrochemical analysis, and thermal analysis. Detailed coverage of gas chromatography, liquid chromatography, and electrophoresis, including column selection and optimization. Focuses on principles and methods for accurate quantitative analysis, including calibration, standard addition, and statistical analysis.
The eligibility conditions which the aspirants need to fulfill are as follows:
- Candidates have to complete graduation with B.Sc. in Chemistry and study Mathematics at 10+2 or pre-university level.
- A minimum of 55% marks is needed to be qualified in some recognized university or institution's graduation exam.
- Candidates who are currently appearing for the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply for M.Sc in Analytical chemistry. In such a case, they have to clear it before the finalization of the admission process.