Department of Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry was established in NSCBM govt college, Hamirpur and B.sc course was started in 1971 and M.sc in 2021. The Department aims at providing the best learning resources to its students.There are total 8 teaching faculty members.
The department has stimulating undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes.The department has good instrumental facilities.
The department is well-known for its research activities and has very well equipped research laboratories
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Dr. Shashi Kumar Sharma
Dr. Ratan C. Sharma
Dr. Naisergik Deepika Khanna
Dr.Samjeet Singh Thakur
Ms. Monika Puri
Ms. Anjna Kumari
Dr. Sapna Kumari
Dr. Hem Suman Jamwal
At the end of B.Sc. with Chemistry programme, the students will be able:
PSO1. To understand the basic facts, concepts, fundamental principles and theories in Chemistry and their relevance in the day-to-day life.
PSO2. To gain the knowledge of chemistry through theory and practical experiments.
PSO3. To develop research oriented skills.
PSO4.To understand the structure and properties of atoms, molecules and compounds, and the characteristics and mechanisms of chemical reactions.
PSO5.To analyze problems and apply the principles or concepts in finding their solutions.
PSO6. To understand good laboratory practices and safety and to develop skills in the proper handling of the sophisticated instruments/equipment’s and chemicals.
PSO7. To familiarize with the emerging areas of chemistry and their applications in various spheres of chemical sciences and to apprise the students of its relevance in future studies.
PSO8. To appreciate the achievements in chemistry and to know the role of chemistry in nature and in society.
PSO9. To familiarize with the different processes used in industries and their applications.
PSO10.To develop an eco-friendly attitude by creating a sense of environmental awareness.
PSO11. To be acquainted with the applications of chemistry in day-to-day life and better understanding of nature.
PSO12. To qualify various competitive exams such as PG-entrance exam, IIT-JAM, Banking exams, CDS, HPPSC, UPSC, and others.
The courses you will learn during this three year course is:
BSc 1st Year
BSc 2nd Year
BSc 3rd Year
In order to ensure the safety of students in Science Laboratories, the following provisions are mandatory:
List of general SOP applicable at all times
- Two wide doors for unobstructed exits from the laboratory.
- An adequate number of fire extinguishers near laboratory.
- Periodically checking vulnerable points in the laboratory about the possibility of mishaps.
- Periodical checking of electrical fittings/insulations for replacement and repairs
- Timely and repeated instructions to students for carefully handling chemicals and equipment
- in the laboratory.
- Safe and secure storage of all chemicals.
- Proper labeling and up keep of chemicals.
- Proper safety and protection provisions include a fume hood, goggles and gloves while doing
- practical work.
- Advance precautionary arrangements to meet any emergencies.
- Conduct any additional experimental work only under supervision and with due advance
- Availability of First Aid and basic medical facilities in the school.
General work procedure for students
- When entering a laboratory, avoid touching equipment, chemicals, electrical and electronic
- devices, or other materials until you are instructed to do so.
- Follow all written and verbal instructions carefully given by the teacher/ instructor.
- Do not start any practical work unless you are clear about its directions. Ask your teacher
- before proceeding with the activity.
- Be cautious at all times in the laboratory. Call the teacher immediately if you notice any risky
- Never work alone in the laboratory. The presence of a teacher or supervisor is necessary.
- In case of spillage, break age or injury, report to the teacher instantly: stay calm.
- Do not taste or smell any chemical present in the laboratory.
- When removing an electrical plug from its socket, switch off and grasp the plug, not the
- electrical cord. Hands must be dry when touching an electrical switch, plug or outlet/socket.
- Never return unused chemicals to their original container.
- Do not take any chemicals away from the laboratory premises.
- Do not immerse hot glassware in cold water, as the glassware may break. Put the heated glass
- Never look in to a container that is being heated. Always observe containers from sideways.
- If the Bunsen burner goes out accidentally, immediately turn off the control device/ gas supply.
- Never leave a lit burner unattended.
- Wash your hands with liquid soap and water on leaving the laboratory
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