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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Dr.Muhammad Afzal

Chairman

Introduction

The Chemistry Department newly established in 2012, at the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University which strives to provide an excellent education in chemistry within a liberal arts tradition for a variety of learners. The Chemistry Department is a vital, expanding hub of scientific inquiry with deep historic roots a ready grasp on the future. We design our program to help students understand that chemistry is a way of thinking about how matter is constructed, organized, and functions and offers the specialization in the field of Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Industrial Chemistry. We build the chemical foundation in a context that helps students become scientifically responsible citizens, with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will allow them to be successful in scientific or non-scientific professions.

Goals

Undergraduate education, including meaningful research experience, leading to the development of highly skilled and motivated chemist / young scientists, who can serve at national / International forums for mankind efficiently.

A knowledge-base necessary to understand chemistry as a varied and central dimension of contemporary life.

The technical and intellectual skills necessary to facilitate creative problem solving.

The attitudes and values that foster a continuing discourse about science and its role in multicultural societies.

Dr.Muhammad Afzal

Chairman

Email:chairman_chemistry

PhD(Analytical Chemistry) Post Doc. Environmental Chemistry (Turkey)

Post Doc. Separations Sciences (Malaysia)

Dr. Quratul ain

Assistant Professor

Email:quratulain

Ph.D Chemistry(China)

Dr. Ashique Hussain Jatoi

Assistant Professor

Email:ashique.jatoi

PhD Organic Chemistry ( France)

Dr. Yar Muhammad Waryah

Lecturer

Email:yarmwaryah

PhD Molecular Biology

Dr.Zaheer Ahmed Chandio

Lecturer

Email:drzaheer

Ph.D(Chemistry)

Dr.Sadaf Sadia

Lecturer

Email:drsadafsadia

Ph.D(Chemistry)

Mr.Amrat

Email: amratwaghani

M.Sc (Physical Chem)

Mr.Lal Bux

Lecturer

Email: lalbux

M.Sc(Botany) (Study Leave)

Ms.Sidra Ameen

Lecturer

Email:sidraameen

M.Phil (Physical Chem) (Study Leave)

Mr.Abdul hafeez

Visiting Faculty

Email:abdulhafeezbhatti

MSC(Hons) Physics

Mr. Suhail Aslam Khaskheli

Lecturer (Mathematics)

Email:suhailaslam

PhD in Progress QUEST Nawab Shah

MS(Mathematics) QUEST Nawab Shah

BS(Mathematics) QUEST Nawab Shah

Mr. Hosh Muhammad Mugheri

Lecturer (Islamic Studies)

Email: hoshbaloch

MA (Islamic Studies) SALU, Khairpur.

M.phil (Islamic Studies) GCU, Lahore.

Mr.Mehran Ali

Email:mehranali

BS (Statistics) from university of sindh

Ms.Lubna Naz

Email:lubnanaz

M.Phil (Mathematics)

1st Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English-I
2 Pakistan Studies
3 Mathematics-I
4 Analytical Chemistry
5 Supporting-I (Compulsory) Paper-I Physics-i
6 For Pre-Medical Supporting- II,Paper-II Zoology(ZOOL) / Botany(BOT) For Pre-Engineering Supporting - II, Paper-II
Total
2nd Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English-II
2 Islamic Studies
3 Mathematics-II
4 Physical Chemistry
5 Supporting-I (Compulsory) Paper-II Physics-II
6 For Pre-Medical Supporting- II, Paper-II Zoology(ZOOL)/Botany(BOT) For Pre-Engineering Supporting - II, Paper-II
Total
3rd Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English-III
2 Inorganic Chemistry
3 Supporting-I (Compulsory) Paper-III Physics-III
4 For Pre-Medical Supporting- II, Paper-II Zoology(ZOOL)/Botany(BOT) For Pre-Engineering Supporting - II, Paper-II
5 -
6 -
Total
4th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English-IV
2 Environmental Sciences
3 Computing in Chemistry NC
4 Organic Chemistry
5 Supporting-I (Compulsory) Paper-IV Physics-IV
6 For Pre-Medical Supporting - II Paper-IV Zoology(ZOOL)/Botany(BOT) For Pre-Engineering Supporting - II Paper-IV
Total

5th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Inorganic Chemistry
2 Organic Chemistry
3 Physical Chemistry
4 Analytical Chemistry
5 Industrial Chemistry
Total
6th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Inorganic Chemistry
2 Organic Chemistry
3 Physical Chemistry
4 Analytical Chemistry
5 Industrial Chemistry
Total

4th Year (Specialization in Analytical / Inorganic / Organic / Bio / Industrial Chemistry)

SPECIALIZATION IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
7th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit
Hours
Marks
1 Miscellaneous Methods of Analysis
2 Separation Techniques
3 Atomic Emission Spectroscopy
4 Advanced Practical
5 -
Total
Eighth Semester/ M.Sc.(Pass) Final, Semester-IV
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Hyphenated Techniques
2 Molecular Fluorescence Methods
3 Thermal Methods and the Automation in Analysis
4 Advanced Practical/ Project
5 Comprehensive Examination
Total
4th Year SPECIALIZATION IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
7th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
2 Reaction Mechanism & Bonding Anomalies
3 Application of Inorganic Compounds OR Bio-Inorganic Chemistry
4 Advanced Practical
Total
Eighth Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Organometallic Chemistry
2 Magnetochemistry
3 Nuclear Chemistry
4 Advanced Practical/ Project
5 Comprehensive Examination
Total



4th Year SPECIALIZATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
7th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Reaction Mechanism
2 Molecular Rearrangements
3 Spectroscopy
4 Advanced Practical
5 -
Total
Eighth Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Natural Products Chemistry
2 Lipids, Proteins & Synethtic Drugs
3 Application of Organic Chemistry
4 Advanced Practical/ Project
5 Comprehensive Examination
Total
4th Year SPECIALIZATION IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
7th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Polymer Chemistry
2 Spectroscopy
3 Thermodynamics & Electrochemistry
4 Advanced Practical
5 -
Total
Eighth Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Radiation Chemistry
2 Surface Chemistry
3 Chemical Kinetics
4 Advanced Practical/ Project
5 Comprehensive Examination
Total

Note: the Courses of specialization in Biochemistry / industrial chemistry during the final year of study are under preparation.

The courses are to be designed from time to time in the light of research development and need of day.