DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

 

UG since 1955

PG since 1974

Courses offered:  B Sc (Three Years Annual System) and 

                    M Sc in Chemistry (Two years, four Semester System)

                    PH D

 

Intake:  UG - Maths group 3 Sections and Bio group 3 Sections (264 + 264 = 528 for session 2022-23)

          PG - 30 Government seats and 10 SFS seats, total 40 seats

Syllabus:    Click Here

Teaching Staff

Sanctioned Post-11    Filled-09  Vacant-02  View Detail

HOD: DR A K SAXENA   9414676550

RESEARCH GUIDES :

                                     DR A K SAXENA

                                     DR SHALINI HEMKAR    

Non Teaching Staff: 

Lab Asistant - One            Lab boy - One

Profile:

Lohia College, Churu was established in 1945 as a degree college. As demand for science stream was felt vigorously in this region of Shekhawati, classes for B Sc course started in 1955. This region of Rajasthan was educationally backward at that time. In due course, no. of students in science subjects increased phenomenally, and to cater demand for PG courses in science subject, particularly in Chemistry, M Sc course started in 1975. Since then PG Department of Chemistry acquired self identity as a progressive department and maintained its aura in spite of adverse conditions of this desert area. Beginning with 10 seats for PG classes, now it has 30 seats in M Sc Previous. 10 more seats were made available under SFS  in 2009. This is because of the encouraging results of the Department. Our department has prominent and prestigious identity in this region. Students, passing from our department, now occupy positions in private and public sectors. 

 It’s also a great achievement of our department that most of the members are having Ph D degree. We also organize terminal tests to monitor the development of PG students. Department is well equipped with instruments, chemicals, glassware and other items to meet the student’s demand.

 Besides all these, process is on to purchase FT-IR, electronic balances and other minor and major equipments.

Department has also established a separate computer lab with ten computers, along with printers, scanners, UPS, computer chairs, computer tables and other accessories. Internet facility is available at all the systems andWi-Fi is also established in the Department. Systems are connected with networking. Students of PG classes and research students have easy access to these facilities.

Department is also enriched with valuable and good reference books. More than 500 books are available in Departmental library and thousands in central library for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Chemistry. Books are issued to them for reference and studies.

Seminars are also being organized in the department to train PG students in delivering lectures and presentations, and refining their skills. All students of M. Sc. (F) are required to present a lecture of at least 30 minutes and submit it in form of a project/file. The topics are of their interest from prescribed syllabus. Internal marks, out of 25, are awarded by the Department in main University examination for seminars. An hour per week is allotted in the time table, also.

 

Laboratory Facilities:                                     UG - One Lab

                                         PG - Two Labs

                                              RESEARCH LAB - ONE

                                              COMPUTER LAB - ONE

                                              INSTRUMENTATION LAB - ONE

Chemistry Laboratory

  

 

 

Instrumentation Facility:

 

FT IR 

UV Visible Spectrophotometer

Flame Photometer

Spectrophotometer

Colorimeter

Conductivitymeter

pH meter

BOD incubeter 

Water analysis kit

Oven

Hot plate

Microwave oven

Electronic Balances

 

 

 

 

Other Facilities:

 

Computers

Printers and multifunctuinal Printers

Photostate machine

Refrigerator

RO water System

Invertor for power backup

UPS

AC

 

 

 

B Sc course outcome:

Undergraduate course in Chemistry include various topics in inorganic, organic and physical chemistry. A graduated student is expected to have knowledge such as:

 

M Sc Course outcome:

Post graduate student in Chemistry is expected to possess following:

 

ADMISSION CUT OFF M SC PREVIOUS (GOVT. SEAT)

 

SESSION GENERAL OBC SC ST EWS TOTAL APPLICANTS ADMITTED
2022-23   84.43   82.36 78.39   81.8   83.00   289 30
2021-22 81.79 80.64 72.27 57.41 74.41 268 30
2020-21 80.33 76.58 73.5 65.94 71.17 217 30
2019-20 77.89 75.19 72.70 53.96 64.63 193 30
2018-19 79.22 75.22 60.39 nil nil   30
2017-18 82.67 80.56 74.22 68.3 nil   20
2016-17 80.22 79.56 73.11 65.85 NA   20
2015-16 82.00 81.33 72.89 60.04 NA   20
2014-15 77.70 75.67 68.63 55.22 NA   20
2013-14 75.89 73.70 66.37 61.70 NA 91 20
2012-13 77.67 76.11 71.37 70.81 NA 116 20
2011-12 75.48 74.11 69.11 NIL NA 112 20
2010-11 79.15 78.22 73.11 60.48 NA 219 20
2009-10 79.85 77.22 69.63 71.67 NA   20
2008-09 78.70 76.81 68.74 62.52 NA   20
2007-08 77.17 75.22 67.72 56.00 NA   20

 

 

2021-22

Chemistry seminar 2021-22 report

 

 

PG Seminar in Chemistry Department 2019-20 
 
 
RESEARCH STUDENTS
 
NAME OF RESEARCH STUDENT NAME OF GUIDE TITLE OF THESIS YEAR OF REGISTRATION

REISTRATION

NUMBER

DINESH KUMAR SONI DR SHALINI HEMKAR PENDING ALLOTED BY UNIVERSITY PENDING
SANJAY KUMAR DR V K SWAMI INHIBITION OF CORROSION OF METALS BY SCHIF BASES IN ACIDIC MEDIUM 2019 1282/5.2.2019
NAVEEN MAHARIA DR V K SWAMI CORROSION INHIBITION BY NITROGEN AND SULPHUR CONTAINING COMPOUNDS IN ACIDIC MEDIUM 2019 2140/6.7.2019

 

THESIS SUBMITTED

NAME OF RESEARCH STUDENT NAME OF GUIDE TITLE OF THESIS YEAROF SUBMISSION

REISTRATION

NUMBER

         
         
 
PH D DEGREE AWARDED
NAME OF RESEARCH STUDENT NAME OF GUIDE TITLE OF THESIS YEAR OF AWARD

REISTRATION

NUMBER

SONU MALSARIA DR A K SAXENA STUDIES ON FLUORIDE CONTAMINATION IN GROUD WATER OF MANDAWA AND SURROUNDING AREAS OF JHUNJHUNU DISTRICTS IN RAJASTHAN; PROBLEMS AND REMEDIES 2018 210/29.12.12
         
 
PUBLICATIONS:  YEARS 2017-21
 
TITLE OF PAPER NAME OF FACULTY  NAME OF JOURNAL YEAR
inhabition of bronze corrosion in alkaline medium using aspartic acid (amino acid)  V.K. Swami Int. paripexx indian journal of research 2018
A commpertive study of glycine, glutamic acid and aspartic acid as corrosion inhibitors for brass in alkaline medium  V.K. Swami  Int. paripexx indian journal of research 2019
Effect of glutamic acid as corrosion inhabitor on brass on alkaline medium 
V K SWAMI
int. paripexx indian journal of research
2018
A commpertive study of corrsion in inhabitive effects of some schiff bases of matel in acedic meduim 
V K SWAMI
Int. global journal for research analysis 
2017
studies of fluoside contamination in ground water mandawa town and sarrounding villages of jhunjhunu district (rajasthan) Anil Saxena World journal of reaserch and review 2017
water quality anylysis in mandawa town and its sarrounding area of jhunjhunu district (rajasthan) Anil Saxena Int. journal of new technology and research 2017
study of nitrate coucentration in ground water of mandawa town and its sarrounding areas of jhunjhunu district (rajasthan) Anil Saxena int. journal of renewable energy exchange  2018
study of tds concentration is ground water of mandawa town and its sarrounding area of jhunjhunu district (rajasthan) Anil Saxena anveshana's international journal of ressearch in engineering and applied science's 2018
solid waste management in india : a review 
Shalini Hemkar
isst journal of applied chemistry
2019
Physico-chemical assessment og ground quality of churu district in premonsoon- season 2017" published in proseeding
Shalini Hemkar
isst journal of applied chemistry
2017
 
 
BOOKS AND CHAPTERS
 
 
PAST FACULTY MEMBERS
 
S N  NAMEOF FACULTY FROM TO      
1 DR B K AGARWL 2007 30.06.2022  
2 DR V K SWAMI   17.9.2021  
3 DR SURESH KUMAR      
4 DR VIBHA SHRIVASTAVA      
5 DR K K VERMA      
6 DR YOGESH KUMAR      
7 DR J P AGARWAL      
8 DR R K S BHATIA      
9 DR DR G L SHARMA      
10 DR G R SHARMA      
11 DR V K CHADHA      
12 DR UMA PRADHAN