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Overview

The Department of chemistry was established in the year 1997. The Under Graduate and Post Graduate programmes were instituted in 2017 and 2019 respectively.

The department inculcates good research culture and motivates the students for product development in order to meet out the expectations of the current scenario with their best performance. We have a dedicated team of faculty to enrich the knowledge capacity of the students.

Most of the faculty members have obtained their Ph.D. degree from the well reputed Universities/Institutes with significant years of teaching and research experience in various frontier research areas like Bio-inorganic chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Synthetic organic chemistry, Green chemistry, Crystallography, Coordination chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Nano Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Phytochemistry, etc.

Courses

Duration

3 Years

Commencement

July

Intake

60

Eligibility

HSC with Physics / Chemistry / Biology / Botany / Zoology / Mathematics

Duration

2 Years

Commencement

July

Intake

40

Eligibility

B.Sc. Chemistry

Vision

To make the department as a supreme centre of scientific and to ensure better quality education to its prospective learners to become good scientists.

Mission

To produce graduates with enhancing knowledge and skills in chemistry through innovative teaching and experiential learning practices by competent faculty and with alliance through industry and research organization. By providing conducive learning environment and instil ethical standards among students by creating new developments for both the societal and personal growth.

Guest Lecture/Invited Lecture

S. No.

Date

Name and Designation of the Resource Person

Topic

Venue

Beneficiary

1.

02-Mar-20

Prof. R. Ramaraj, DAE Raja Ramanna Fellow, School of Chemistry, Madurai Kamaraj University

Artificial Photosynthesis, Solar energy conversion and environment remediation

Seminar Hall

X

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry,  I – M. Sc. Chemistry students

 

2.

26-Feb-20

Dr. A. Chandramohan, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Chemistry, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya college of arts and science, Coimbatore

Electronic spectroscopy and its application

Seminar Hall

VII

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry,  I – M. Sc. Chemistry students

 

3.

15-Feb-20

Dr. K. Amutha, Assistant Professor,

Department of Textile and Apparel design, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

Principles of dyeing

Seminar Hall

VI

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry,  I – M. Sc. Chemistry students

 

4.

30-Jan-20

Dr. P. R. Muthuswamy,              Director-Academics, Dr. N.G.P Educational Institutions,

Life is what you make it

Kambar Arangam

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry,  I – M. Sc. Chemistry students

5.

16-Aug-19

Dr. T. Selvaraju, Associate Professor,

Department of Chemistry, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

Trends in Challenges in Chemical Sciences

Seminar

 Hall VII

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry, I – M. Sc. Chemistry students

6.

15-Jul-19

Dr.N.Vidhya, Professor, Department of Microbiology, Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College

Microbes in Day-to-Day Life

Seminar Hall X

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry students

 

7.

09-Jul-19

Dr.B. Rosiline Jeetha,

 IQAC coordinator, Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College

Cyber Security

Kambar Arangam

I – B. Sc. Chemistry, II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry students

8.

03-Jul-19

Dr.R. Arivukkarasu, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacognosy, KMCH College of Pharmacy.

Fundamental Inspiration Concerning Phytoconstituents in Daily Life

Seminar

 Hall VI

II – B. Sc. Chemistry, III – B. Sc. Chemistry students

Seminar /Workshop Conferences organized

S. No.

Date

Nature of the Event (Conference/ Seminar/ Workshop )

Number of External Participants

Title of the Event

Name & Designation of the Speakers

Name & Affiliation Chair &

Co-chair

Funding Agency

Total Funding

 

1.

02-Mar-20 &

03-Mar-20

National Conference

7

National conference on Recent Trends in Basic and Applied Sciences

(NCRTBAS 2020)

Prof. R. Ramaraj

DAE Raja Ramanna Fellow

Dr. S. Sathiyaraj,

Asst Professor

-

-

Dr. V. Subramanian

Honorary faculty

Dr. R. Ravikumar,

Asso Professor

-

-

Prof. S. Natarajan

Professor,

IISc

Dr. K. Sakthivel,

Asst Professor

-

-

Dr. P. Thilagar,

Asso Professor,

IISc

Dr. R. Menaka,

Asst Professor

-

-

2.

29-Aug-19

&

30-Aug-19

Workshop

-

Water & Waste water Analysis

Dr. Raman Sivakumar,

Chief Scientist, MAK India Ltd, Coimbatore.

-

DBT Star Scheme

-

 

Extension Activities

S. No.

Date

Nature of the extension

Place

Students involved

1.

08-Feb-20

Preparation of household chemicals and awareness programme on Importance of medicinal plants to village people

Veeriyampalayam village

III B.Sc Chemistry (58 Nos)

2.

27-Jul-19

Environment Enrichment through Conservation of Resources

 

Thadagam Village

II B.Sc Chemistry (58 Nos)

Awards and Prizes for Staff

S. No.

Name of the Staff

Name of the Award     

Awarded by

Cash Prize 

(If any)

Date

1.

Dr. S. Sathiyaraj

Best HOD of FBA

Achiever’s Club,

Dr.NGPASC

-

26-Feb-20

2.

Dr. R. Menaka

Best Mentor

Achiever’s Club,

Dr.NGPASC

-

26-Feb-20

3.

Dr. R. Menaka

Best Teacher

Achiever’s Club,

Dr.NGPASC

-

26-Feb-20

Staff Recognitions:

S. No.

Name of the Staff

Acted As     

Name of the Programme

Date

Venue

1.

Dr. S. Sathiyaraj

Chair person

National conference on Recent Trends in Basic and Applied Sciences (NCRTBAS 2020)

02-Mar-20

Dr.NGPASC Seminar Hall X

2.

Dr. R. Ravikumar

Chair person

National conference on Recent Trends in Basic and Applied Sciences (NCRTBAS 2020)

02-Mar-20

Dr.NGPASC Seminar Hall X

3.

Dr. K. Sakthivel

Chair person

National conference on Recent Trends in Basic and Applied Sciences (NCRTBAS 2020)

03-Mar-20

Dr.NGPASC Seminar Hall X

4.

Dr. R. Menaka

Chair person

National conference on Recent Trends in Basic and Applied Sciences (NCRTBAS 2020)

03-Mar-20

Dr.NGPASC Seminar Hall X

Staff Participation

S. No.

 

Date

Name of the Faculty

Name of the Workshop/FDP/Training Programme

College

1

21-Aug-19

Mrs. V. Nijarubini

Rural Immersion- Community Engagement”

Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College

2

21-Aug-19

Mrs. P. Kavitha

Rural Immersion- Community Engagement”

Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College

3

21-Aug-19

Dr. R. Menaka

Rural Immersion- Community Engagement”

Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College

Staff Presentation

S. No.

 

Date

Name of the Faculty

Name of the Conference

Name  of the title

College

1.

12-Mar-20 &

13-Mar-20

M. Dinesh kumar

National conference on

Recent Trends in Medicinal, Materials, environmental and Battery Research in Chemistry

Synthesis, Characterization and biological evaluation on (E)-1-(2,6–bis(4-chlorophenyl)-3,5-dimethylpiperidine-4-ylidene)-2-phenylhydrazine (3,5DMCl)

Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore

2.

12-Mar-20 &

13-Mar-20

Dr. R. Rajkumar

National conference on

Recent Trends in Medicinal, Materials, environmental and Battery Research in Chemistry

Microwave assisted one pot synthesis of Naphtho Benzo[1,8]Naphthyridine Scaffolds

Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore

3.

07-Feb-20

Dr. S. Sathiyaraj

National conference on Recent Trends in chemistry

Sustainable Synthesis of Cobalt Nanoparticles using Cymbopogonitrates

and Evaluation of their Anticancer Activity

Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya, Coimbatoree

4.

12-Dec-19 &

13-Dec-19

M. Dinesh kumar

International conference on advanced Nanomaterials

DFT study on (E)-1-(2,6–bis(4-chlorophenyl)-3,5-dimethylpiperidine-4-ylidene)-2-phenylhydrazine (3,5DMCl) by using B3LYP method

 

Chettinad college of engineering and technology, Karur

Staff Publication

S. No.

 

Name of the Faculty

Title

Journal Name

ISSN / ISBN No.

Date of publishing

Vol. No.

Impact Factor

SCI/WoS/UGC/SSCI/Scopus

1

Mr. M. Dinesh Kumar

 

Molecular geometry, NLO, MEP, HOMO-LUMO and Mulliken Charges of Substituted Piperidin Phenyl Hydrazines by using Density Functional Theory

Asian Journal of Chemistry

0975-427X

January 2020,

Volume 32 (2)

-

Scopus

2

Dr. S. Sathiyaraj

Structural, morphological and magnetic properties of algae/CoFe2O4 and algae/Ag-Fe-O nanocomposites and their biomedical applications

Inorganic Chemistry Communications

1387-7003

January 2020,

Volume 111

1.79

Scopus, SCI

Co-curricular Activities

S. No.

Name of the Student

Name of the Event

Date

Venue

Prize won

 

1

B. Deva prasath

Swachh bharat Special Camp

19-Jul-19 to 25-Jul-19

Veeriyampalayam, Karupparayanpalayam, kaikkolampalayam

-

2

D. Kamali

Swachh bharat Special Camp

19-Jul-19 to 25-Jul-19

Veeriyampalayam, Karupparayanpalayam, kaikkolampalayam

-

3

S. Rudhra

Swachh bharat Special Camp

19-Jul-19 to 25-Jul-19

Veeriyampalayam, Karupparayanpalayam, kaikkolampalayam

-

4

S. Sivagami

Swachh bharat Special Camp

19-Jul-19 to 25-Jul-19

Veeriyampalayam, Karupparayanpalayam, kaikkolampalayam

-

Students Participation

S. No.

Date

Name of the Students

Event

College

Inter Collegiate / Inter Departmental

Prizes won

1.

10-Dec-19

G. Kavitha

Rangoli

 

Sri Ramakrishna College of arts and science

Inter collegiate

Ist prize

2.

25-Dec-19

Sneha sree

Akila M

Fortune Seeker

Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore

Inter Departmental – Department of Commerce with Information Technology

IInd Prize

3.

25-Jul-19

Jeevananthan C

 

Quiz

Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore

Inter Departmental – Department of Commerce with Professional Accounting

Ist Prize

4.

18-Jul-19

Jeevananthan C

Kamalakannan B

Short Film (Biodiversity around NGP Campus)

Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore

Inter Departmental – Department of Biochemistry

Ist Prize

5.

16-Jul-19

Lokesh S

Deva Prasath B

MOCK CID

Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore

Inter Departmental – Department of Computer Technology

IInd Prize

Students Counseled

S. No.

Name of the class

Number of Students

 

1.

I-B.Sc, II-B.Sc, III-B.Sc and I-M.Sc Chemistry students

 

207

2.

I-B.Sc, II-B.Sc and III-B.Sc. Chemistry students

 

168

 

Archive (2015-2019)

 
 

Faculty Details

01. Assistant Professor and Head
Sathiyaraj
Dr.S. Sathiyaraj
M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

sathiyaraj@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 7.1 years | Industry: 1 Year | Research: 10 years

Specialization

Coordination and Bioinorganic Chemistry

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02. Associate Professor
Ravikumar
Dr.R.Ravikumar
M.Sc., Ph.D.

ravikumar.r@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 14.5 years | Industry: 1 Year | Research: 24 years

Specialization

Phytochemistry and synthetic organic chemistry

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03. Assistant Professor
Dinesh
Mr.M.Dinesh Kumar
M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)

dineshkumarm@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 5.10 years | Industry: 1 Year | Research: 5 years

Specialization

Organo Physical chemistry

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04. Assistant Professor
Kavitha
Mrs. P.Kavitha
M.Sc., M.Phil.

p.kavitha@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 3.10 years | Research: 2 years

Specialization

Crystal growth and Polymer Science

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05. Assistant Professor
Rajkumar
Dr. R. Rajkumar
M.Sc., Ph.D.

rajkumar@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 3 Years 1 Month | Research: 6.11 Years

Specialization

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

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06. Assistant Professor
Sakthivel
Dr.K.Sakthivel
M.Sc., Ph.D., PDF., CSIR-NET (JRF+LS)., GATE

drsakthivel@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 3 years | Industry: 2 years | Research: 8 years

Specialization

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

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07. Assistant Professor
Menaka
Dr. R. Menaka
M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

menaka.r@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 2.10 years | Research: 6 years

Specialization

Corrosion Science and Polymer Science

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08. Assistant Professor
Myilsamy
Dr.M.Myilsamy
M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D.

myilsamy@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 2 years | Research: 5 years

Specialization

Photocatalysis and Nano Technology

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B.Sc. Chemistry

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Curriculum is designed to attain the following learning goals which students shall accomplish by the time of their graduation:

  • To understand the interdisciplinary nature of Chemistry and to integrate knowledge of Mathematics, Physics and other disciplines to a wide variety of chemical problems.
  • To enable the students to learn laboratory skills to design, safely conduct and interpret chemical research.
  • To develop the ability to effectively communicate scientific information and research results in written and oral formats.
  • To provide a broad foundation in Chemistry that stresses scientific reasoning and analytical problem solving with a molecular perspective.
  • To make students learn professionalism, including the ability to work in teams and apply basic ethical principles.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

On the successful completion of the programme, the following are the expected outcomes

PO Number PO Statement
P01 Apply knowledge in scientific concepts, fundamental principles and varied theories to extend their relevance in day-to-day life.
P02 Build the foundation in the current trends of chemistry with experimental skills
P03 Make use research based knowledge in multidisciplinary approaches.
P04 Extend the role and need of the chemist in societal, environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge for sustainable development.
P05 Plan and organize as a member or leader in the diverse team and ability to engage in independent life – long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

 

M.Sc. Chemistry

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Curriculum is designed to attain the following learning goals which students shall accomplish by the time of their graduation:

  • To build the firm foundation in the fundamentals and correlate the application with the current developments in chemistry.
  • To get sufficient expertise in the operational knowledge and laboratory skills in all major fields of chemistry.
  • To emphasize on integrating various disciplines of Science and encourage for interdisciplinary approach.
  • To acquire problem solving capacity, interpretation of results with the use of sophisticated instruments and devises new preparation techniques.
  • To motivate the students to prepare for competitive examinations, job carriers and get trained for industrial entrepreneurship.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

PO Number PO Statement
P01 Make use of knowledge in the major fields of Chemistry which would make them to analyze the significant role played in the field of energy, materials, health sector and environment.
P02 Select the appropriate modern scientific instruments, to plan and execute in laboratory.
P03 Interpret the Knowledge and skills to develop independent writing reports and to execute the ideas.
P04 Take part in research- based knowledge in interdisciplinary approach including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data for Provide better solution in emerging issues.
P05 Utilize the knowledge for social, economic, and environmental challenges globally and formulate for life –long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Students Achievements

Prizes Won in Paper Presentation/ Project Contest/Best Paper Award/Symposiums/Workshop

Date Student Name Event/Project Title Organizer/ Venue Prize/Awards/Cash
Academic Year 2018-2019
05-Sep-18 Keerthiga P S
Keerthiga V S
Connections Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore
III
28-Feb-19 S. Lavanya Tamil Essay Writing Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore.
I
28-Feb-19 Keerthiga P S
Keerthiga V S
Drawing Competition Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Coimbatore.
III
Academic Year 2017-2018
07-Aug-17 R. Ashokmithran Tamil kavithai competition Hindustan College of arts and science
I
08-Dec-17 R. Ashokmithran Tamil kavithai competition Dr.N.G.P Arts and Science College
I
17-Aug-17 R. Ashokmithran CHEMFUSION'17 Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya college of Arts and Science
III

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