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About The Department

The department of Chemistry has been established to foster education and research in Chemistry to meet the growing demand for qualified and efficient individuals in the country and across the globe. The department offers undergraduate (B.Sc. Hons., 6 semesters), postgraduate (M.Sc. Hons., 4 semesters), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. The Department strives to provide national ambiance in a local setting. A mentoring-based teaching method is followed; where each student is personally guided so that he or she can reach its true potential. Special NET coaching classes are routinely conducted.

Research projects and practical oriented teaching are supported with the help of an able lab infrastructure with all required instruments and chemicals. Staying true to our social commitment, the department conducted research projects on various local issues, such as water pollution. The department is supported by an exceptionally qualified, and motivated faculty with a strong commitment to teaching and research. All faculty members hold Ph.D. degrees with most of them having postdoctoral experience from reputed institutes in India or abroad.


Course B.Sc. (Honours) Chemistry
Duration 3 years (Semester System)
  • 10+2 with 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST and persons with disability category)
  • Merit based plus admissible weightages
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Course M. Sc. (Honours) Chemistry
Duration 2 years (Semester System)
  • B.Com with 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST and persons with disability category)
  • Merit based plus admissible weightages
  • For more information

Course Ph. D
Duration 3 Years
  • Any candidate who has passed the Master’s examination in Physics with a score of not less than 60% or CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale or equivalent (55% or 5.5 CGPA for SC/ST/BC Category) marks in aggregate, or have appeared in the final year examination of Master’s degree in the subject concerned from Akal University, Talwandi Sabo or from any other University (approved by the appropriate Academic Bodies of A.U.), shall be eligible to appear for the Ph.D entrance test.
  • The students who have qualified CSIR-NET/GATE/JEST or any similar examination/test conducted by a notified authority of the Government of India for the purpose, will be exempted from Ph.D entrance test.


• Nanomaterial synthesis
• Water quality monitoring
• Mesoporous material synthesis and their applications
• Organic synthesis

S.No Student Name and Class Title of Project/Dissertation Supervisor
1. Gagandeep Kaur Killing Two Birds With One Stone: Removal of Iron by Spent Tea Leaves Dr.Tirtha Mukherjee
2. Nancy Singla Removal of Iron from wastewater using natural adsorbents Dr. Atul Kumar
3. Harmanjot Kaur Discussing dye removal over a cup of tea: Absorption of Methyl orange on spent tea leaves Dr.Tirtha Mukherjee
4. Lovepreet Kaur Photocatalytic degradataion of methylene blue dye using heterogeneous zinc sulphide photocatalyst under visible light irradiation Dr.Iqbal Pakrudheen
5. Sukhveer Kaur Green Synthesis of Cobalt Oxide Nanomaterials and its Catalytic Applications Dr.Sandeep Kumar
6. Rahul Bansal Green Synthesis of Manganese Oxide Nanomaterials and its Catalytic Applications Dr.Sandip Saha
7. Priya Synthesis and applications of tin oxide based nanoparticles Dr.Sandeep Kumar
8. Mandeep Kaur Application of Mesoporous silica in controlled release of fertilizers Dr.Atul Kumar
9. Veerpal Kaur Reduction of 4-Nitrophenol to 4-Aminophenol using Ni/MCM-41 Dr. Atul Kumar
10. Lovepreet Kaur Green Synthesis of Copper Oxide Nanomaterials and its Catalytic Applications Dr.Sandeep Kumar
11. Neha Rani Rational Design of Indole-Carbazole and Dibenzofuran Based DHFR Inhibitors as Anti-Cancer Agents Dr. Shaveta
12. Rekha Rani Parametric Study on Water Quality of Kalanwali Village in Sirsa District of Haryana Dr.Sandip Saha
13. Yashmeen Kaur Parametric Study on Water Quality of Talwandi Sabo village in Bathinda District Dr.Sandip Saha
14. Priya Rani Rational Design of Cox-2 Inhibitors Using Molecular Hybridization and In-silico Molecular Modelling Studies Dr. Shaveta
15. Rano Kaur Photocatalytic degrdataion of crystal violet dye using Cr-doped copper sulphide photocatalyst under visible radiation Dr.Iqbal Pakrudheen
16. Neha Bansal Preferential location of a dye molecule in charge micelle in bulk water and in water-polyvinyl pyrrolidone medium Dr.Arnab Maity
17. Shavina Sugar coating a problem: Absorption of Methyl orange on Sugarcane Bagasse Dr.Tirtha Mukherjee
18. Satinderpal Kaur Effect of Dextrose on the PhotoPhysical Alteration of a Cationic Dye in Micellar Medium Dr. Arnab Maity