A master’s degree in any discipline of study serves as an advantage, as it brings extra value to both the student and the employer. This is particularly useful in subjects of science where the scope is complex and vast. Mastery allows the student to specialize in particular domain rather than gain a general graduate learning.
Chemistry is one such subject which because of its popular demand and vast profile of organic and in-organic elements, always has scope for mastery. Pharma giants are always on the lookout for bright students having majored (M.Sc.) in chemistry for various roles of research, analysts, laboratory technicians etc.
However, for pursuing of masters it is always recommended to complete it from an institute or college of repute. In India, very few colleges have International infrastructure, broad course work and faculty to encourage students to pursue a master’s degree.
Issues related right from a lack luster course material, in experienced faculty, old laboratory apparatus and much more de-motivate students to pursuing ahead in India. However, with the emergence of new Universities, especially resident institutes, the student has a much better alternative to complete his masters.
One such educational institute is Sandip University, which within its 250+ acre campus has a two year, full fledged Master of Science – program for chemistry. There is an ultra modern lab for chemistry students as well a unique course framework that is prepared as per their requirement. Enrolling student avail a series of benefits from the resident as well as visiting faculty who play roles of not just teaching but mentoring them on the future ahead.
So, if chemistry is subject that you choose to master, look no further than Sandip University.
|Eligibility||Graduation from respective stream or equivalent course or in from any recognized University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and 45% marks for students of SC and ST category.|
1st Year Fee : Rs 45000 per annum
Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.
Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,
|Ist Semester||IInd Semester|
|• Physical Chemistry - I||• Physical Chemistry - II|
|• Inorganic Chemistry - I||• Inorganic Chemistry - II|
|• Organic Chemistry - I||• Organic Chemistry - II|
|• Analytical Chemistry||• Organic Reaction Mechanism and Green Chemistry|
|• Laboratory — I||• Laboratory — III|
|• Laboratory - II||• Laboratory - IV|