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Department of Chemistry

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The Department of Chemistry was introduced in the year 2004 and Honours Program of this subject was started from the year 2017. Currently, it has 5 faculty members and 60 students including Honours and general science course are pursuing their Bachelor’s degree. In addition to subject learning, the faculty members and student are actively participating research and off-campus scientific seminar which could be benefit their career and society.

 

Courses offered: B.Sc Chemistry Honours, B.Sc general Chemistry Program Course other Career Related activity.

 

Vision: To expand the Department with number of Chemistry Honours student and other laboratory facility. To introduce unique teaching methodology and providing high quality scientific knowledge so that student can use their own scientific philosophy to solve modern needful problem.

 

Mission:

  • To impart moral and ethical values, and interpersonal skills to the students.
  • To collaborate with renowned academic institutions and industry for research and development.
  • To create research facility in campus and pursue leading scientific research.

Department of Chemistry

Course Offered:
This Department offers

  1. B.Sc. Honours in Chemistry
  2. B.Sc. Programme Course with Chemistry

PROGRAMME OUTCOME

This programme will make the students eligible for understanding the various physical, chemical and biochemical processes occurring in nature. They can choose their career in various chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, ceramic, polymer and analytical industries by learning this programme.

COURSE OUTCOME

Name of Programme Course Outcome
Chemistry Hons. CC1: This course provides knowledge about the structure of atoms, which gives a great insight into the entire class of chemicals and their physical properties.
CC2: Study of this course gives ideas how ideal, real gas, solvent behaves and how structure of solid crystals can be determined. This course also gives ideas of acidity and alkalinity of electrolytic solution in terms of reaction equilibrium.
CC3: Stereochemistry is of critical importance to drug action because the shape of a drug molecule is an important factor in determining how it interacts with the various biological molecules that encounters in the body.
CC4: Thermodynamics gives the foundation knowledge for heat engines, power plants, chemical reactions, refrigerators, materials science and aerospace engineering etc.  Students have a wide range of scope to develop their career in science and engineering areas, including physical chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, and mechanical engineering etc.
CC5: Study of this course is very useful for almost every sector of chemical industry including catalysis, materials science, medicine and polymer industry.
CC6: Organic chemistry plays a part in the development of common household chemicals, medicine, foods, drugs and fuels most of the chemicals part of daily life.
CC7: This course gives ideas about why some reactions are slow and fast, how catalysts alter the rate of a reaction without changing equilibrium constant. Study of phase behaviors of one and two components systems gives knowledge tapes of phase present different temperature and pressure.
SEC1: Studying pharmaceutical chemistry allows students to contribute to life-saving remedies, enhance the speed of new medications and help others.
CC8:  This course gives a detailed discussion about co-ordination compounds which have important roles in industrial catalysts in controlling reactivity and in essential biochemical processes.
CC9: The heterocyclic compounds have critical importance for medicinal chemists, because using them, it is possible to expand the available drug-like chemical space and drive more effective drug discovery programs.
CC10: This course helps to understand the driving force of a redox chemical reaction and how it changes with different conditions. By studying the properties like Electric, Magnetic and conductivity of atoms, molecules and ions help to understand the physical properties of compounds.
SEC2: Green chemistry aims to design and produce cost-competitive chemical products and processes that attain the highest level of the pollution prevention hierarchy environment pollution at its source.
CC11: This course helps to learn synthesis of many important organic compounds using light and heat. Students also get knowledge in this course  how catabolism and anabolism and enzymes work in different living bodies.
CC12: This course is the bridge between microscopic and macroscopic properties of molecules that help to know how properties change from small quantity to ensemble average quantity. Spectroscopy part is used to quantitatively measure the different physical properties of a molecule.
DSE1: This course provides the idea about quantitative analysis of different inorganic and industrial and agriculture chemicals.
DSE2: This course provides a clear idea about industrial chemicals and development of thousands of new and improved synthetic fibers, paints, adhesives, cosmetics, electronic components, lubricants and other products.
CC13 : This course enables the students to develop chemical analytical skills  to measure quantitatively  inorganic compounds and also provides a clear idea about the effect of catalysts on a reaction mechanism.
CC14: Spectroscopy is used as a tool for studying the structures of atoms and molecules, and     carbohydrates serve as energy sources and essential structural components in organisms.
DSE3: This course will help to understand the physical, chemical properties and synthesis techniques of polymer compounds. Understanding of Kinetics Mechanism will help to control the length of polymer compound and suitable materials design.
DSE4: This course helps to build a great career opportunity in industrial chemists including agriculture, medicine, energy, and the environment. Students can learn the ideas to manage the different harmful chemicals for lower potential for global warming, ozone depletion, smog formation, chemical disruption of ecosystems, water pollution and air pollution.
Chemistry Programme DSC1: This course includes fundamentals of organic chemistry, stereochemistry as well as some name reactions which is essential for the comprehension of almost all aspects of modern organic chemistry. In another section the course provides knowledge about the structure of atoms, which gives a great insight into the entire class of chemicals and their physical properties.
DSC2:  This course helps to predict the outcome and mechanism of some simple organic reaction using a basic understanding of relative reactivity of functional groups. In another section students learn basic thermodynamics that help to predict natural occurring physical and chemical processes.
DSC3: This course includes carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, proteins, carboxylic acids which help students to understand about properties of such molecules and their synthesis process. In other section students get knowledge phase diagrams, conductive properties of electrolytes and electrochemical processes that help to understand physical and chemical properties of matter.
DSC4:  This course gives a detailed discussion about co-ordination compounds which have important roles in industrial catalysts in controlling reactivity and in essential biochemical processes. In other sections students get knowledge about solid, liquid and gaseous state.
GE1: : This course includes fundamentals of organic chemistry, stereochemistry as well as some name reactions which is essential for the comprehension of almost all aspects of modern organic chemistry. In another section the course provides knowledge about the structure of atoms, which gives a great insight into the entire class of chemicals and their physical properties.
GE2: This course helps to predict the outcome and mechanism of some simple organic reaction using a basic understanding of relative reactivity of functional groups. In another section students learn basic thermodynamics that help to predict natural occurring physical and chemical processes
GE3: This course includes carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, proteins, carboxylic acids which help students to understand about properties of such molecules and their synthesis process. In other section students get knowledge phase diagrams, conductive properties of electrolytes and electrochemical processes that help to understand physical and chemical properties of matter.
GE4: This course gives a detailed discussion about co-ordination compounds which have important roles in industrial catalysts in controlling reactivity and in essential biochemical processes. In other sections students get knowledge about solid, liquid and gaseous state.
SEC1 (DSC): Studying pharmaceutical chemistry allows students to contribute to life-saving remedies, enhance the speed of new medications and help others.
SEC2 (DSC): Green chemistry aims to design and produce cost-competitive chemical products and processes that attain the highest level of the pollution prevention hierarchy environment pollution at its source.
DSE1 (DSC) : This course provides a clear idea about industrial chemicals and development of thousands of new and improved synthetic fibers, paints, adhesives, cosmetics, electronic components, lubricants and other products.
SEC3 (DSC) : Students get the knowledge regarding how to increase agriculture productivity by protecting crops from pests, diseases and weeds with use of pesticide.  It provide the awareness on Acute effects (rashes, nausea, diarrhea etc) and Chronic effects as (cause birth defects, cancers, neurological harm, reproductive harm) at the using  time of Pesticide.
DSE2 (DSC): This course helps to build a great career opportunity in industrial chemists including agriculture, medicine, energy, and the environment. Student can learn the ideas to management the different harmful chemical for lower potential for global warming, ozone depletion, smog formation, chemical disruption of ecosystems water pollution and air pollution.
SEC4 (DSC): Learning this course students have chances to get a job in a perfume company as perfume chemists to focus on fragrance production. To know how we enhance our appearance and boost our self-esteem through cleaning and make-up the beauty by using of cosmetic and perfume.

SCIENCE ROUTINE

W.E.F.-2nd JANUARY, 2023

 

Pass out Student

2020
Sl.No. Name Gender Reservation Email Mobile Current Status
1 SOMNATH DEY Male General somnathdey88@gmail.com
2021
Sl.No. Name Gender Reservation Email Mobile Current Status
1 SUBHAM NATH Male OBC-B subhamnath321@gmail.com 8167884321 M.Sc
2 PRIYA DUTTA Female OBC-B priyadutta8927@gmail.com 9547398227 M.Sc
3 MANAB SHARMA Male OBC-B manabbarman9064@gmail.com 8967204063
4 RAJIUL ISLAM Male OBC-A rajiul.csc18@gmail.com 6296558033 M.Sc
5 LOKNATH DAS Male SC lokenathdas131@gmail.com 9064722819
6 SOURAV ROY Male SC roysouravaroy@gmail.com 8509004575
2022
Sl.No. Name Gender Reservation Email Mobile Current Status
1 RAJESH PAUL Male General rajeshpaulljtr2001@gmail.com 9749463078
2 DEEP SAHA Male General Sahadeep027@gmail.com 6296716943
3 SANJAY BARMAN Male SC sanjaybarmanmng895@gmail.com 9564579843 M.Sc
4 CHAMPAK ROY SARKAR Male SC Champakrs12345@gmail.com 9749095598 M.Sc
5 SUTAPA ROY Female SC sr.sutapa01@gmail.com 8927328329 M.Sc
6 MRITUNJOY DEY Male General mritunjoydey8101@gmail.com 8101090527
7 Dipayan Das Male SC dipayandas8927@gmail.com 8927834977 M.Sc


CHEMISTRY HONOURS
1ST SEMESTER
Sl.No. Name Gender Reservation Email Mobile ID session
1 Koyel Roy Female SC 3220040 2022-23
2 Amit Barman Male SC ab2762314@gmail.com 7810943161 3220073 2022-23
3 Mousumi Barman Female SC mousumibarman.mng@gmail.com 9635579817 3220084 2022-23
4 Ujjwal Roy Male SC royujjwal200@gmail.com 9547539052 3220094 2022-23
5 Priyansu Roy Male SC burirjote@gmail.com 9832266314 3220095 2022-23
6 Mainak Roy Sharma Male SC roysharmamainak@gmail.com 9733354170 3220104 2022-23
7 Krishna Shakhari Male SC shakharikrishna@gmail.com 7699821233 3220107 2022-23
8 Sanghamita Dutta Female General 3220120 2022-23
4TH SEMESTER
Sl.No. Name Gender Reservation Email Mobile ID session
1 Din Md Latiful Rabbani Male OBC-A dinmdlatifulrabbani@gmail.com 73190899841 --- 2021-22
2 Debdas Ghosh Male OBC-B debdasghosh047@gmail.com 8436644914 --- 2021-22
3 Sudip Mandal Male SC sm3815841@gmail.com 9883940593 --- 2021-22
4 Gopal Paul Male General gopalpaul78965@gmail.com 8927305174 --- 2021-22
6th SEMESTER
1 Ankita Biswas Female Unreserved biswasankita054@gmail.com 9749767225
2 Sandipan Saha Male SC sandipansaha.student@gmail.com 7586936957
3 Afruja Sultana Female OBC-A sultanaafruja23@gmail.com 9832092437
4 Goutam Chowdhury Male Unreserved goutam.chow9832@gmail.com 9749813061
5 Debanjali Saha Female Unreserved debanjalisaha959@gmail.com 8250814362
6 Subhashree Roy Female SC subhashreroy@gmail.com 9679071235
7 Ramkrishna Sarkar Male SC www.ramkrishna2002@gmail.com 9832161699

Sukanta Mahavidyalaya

Department of Chemistry

Students Achievement from  July, 2020 to June, 2022

 
Sl. No. Name Year of Passing Admitted To Course JAM/NET/SET/GATE Current Status Present Institute/Department
1 Sanjay Barman 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
2 Champak Roy Sarkar 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
3 Sutapa Roy 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
4 Dipayan Das 2022 Alipurduar University M.Sc --- M.Sc Alipurduar University
5 Shubham Nath 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
6 Rajiul Islam 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
7 Priya Dutta 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
8 Somnath Dey 2020 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- --- ---
 

Sukanta Mahavidyalaya

Department of Chemistry

Students Achievement from  July, 2020 to June, 2022

 
Sl. No. Name Year of Passing Admitted To Course JAM/NET/SET/GATE Current Status Present Institute/Department
1 Sanjay Barman 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
2 Champak Roy Sarkar 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
3 Sutapa Roy 2022 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
4 Dipayan Das 2022 Alipurduar University M.Sc --- M.Sc Alipurduar University
5 Shubham Nath 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
6 Rajiul Islam 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
7 Priya Dutta 2021 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- M.Sc University of North Bengal
8 Somnath Dey 2020 University of North Bengal M.Sc --- --- ---
 

Study Materials ( provided by Dr. Pulak Dey)

Pulak Dey: SEC-5th sem   Study material link :

https://classroom.google.com/c/NDIyMjAxMjk0NDI2?cjc=y7ewjrh

Pulak Dey: SEC(Prog.)-5th Sem Study material link : 

https://classroom.google.com/c/Mzk1ODI1NTI5NjA4?cjc=q3ln22q

Pulak Dey:  DSE 2 -5th Sem Study material link:

https://classroom.google.com/c/MzgwNzUzMTIwODUy?cjc=4g4y

Pulak Dey: CC7-3rd Sem Study material link:

https://classroom.google.com/c/MzE5NDg5NDI0OTky?cjc=n4h5i5i

 


Previous years’ question papers 

 

 


ACTIVITIES

Department of Chemistry Sukanta Mahavidyalaya

 

Student Orientation Programme 2022/2023 Academic Year
Dated: 24 th September, 2022

Department of Chemistry, Sukanta Mahavidyalaya conducted student orientation programme for Chemistry (H) Students on 24 th September 2022 for the academic year 2022/2023. Six numbers of students [Attendance Sheet of Orientation Programme] are present into this orientation programme. Mr. Kumaresh Datta, a faculty member of the department delivered a lecture in this orientation programme.   In this lecture students are informed about the history of the Sukanta Mahavidyalaya and Department of Chemistry. They also taught about the vision and mission of the department of chemistry, college rule regulation, library facilities, student Fellowship and campus cleanness policies. Finally, brief introduction of CBCS system in UG courses are presented in this orientation programme.



RESULT SUMMARY OF CHEMISTRY HONOURS 2022

GRADE F P C C+ B B+ A A+ O TOTAL NO OF STUDENTS
% OF MARKS OBTAINED (GRADE) 0-40 40-41 41-51 51-56 56-61 61-71 71-81 81-91 91-100
NO. OF STUDENTS 4 3 7



RESULT SUMMARY OF CHEMISTRY HONOURS 2021

GRADE F P C C+ B B+ A A+ O TOTAL NO OF STUDENTS
% OF MARKS OBTAINED (GRADE) 0-40 40-41 41-51 51-56 56-61 61-71 71-81 81-91 91-100
NO. OF STUDENTS 5 1 6



RESULT SUMMARY OF CHEMISTRY HONOURS 2020

GRADE F P C C+ B B+ A A+ O TOTAL NO OF STUDENTS
% OF MARKS OBTAINED (GRADE) 0-40 40-41 41-51 51-56 56-61 61-71 71-81 81-91 91-100
NO. OF STUDENTS 1 1


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