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Chemistry & Bio-Chemistry  

Chemistry is the branch of natural science dealing with the composition of substances and their properties, and reactions and changes in the composition, and constitution of molecules. Chemistry includes the study of matter at the atomic to macromolecular scale, the reactions, transformations and aggregations of matter, as well as the energy released or absorbed during these processes. Chemistry is also concerned with the interactions between atoms and various forms of energy. A graduate who specializes in this field is known as a chemist, chemist studies the composition of the matter and its properties such as size, density, shape and acidity.

Bio-Chemistry is the branch of science which deals with the study of the chemical reactions occurring in biological systems or between biological molecules and includes the study of composition chemical structure, chemical reactions of living organism, structural and functional cellular components. Biochemistry is concerned with both chemistry and biological science. A graduate who specializes in this field is known as a Biochemist, Biochemist deals with characteristics of organisms and their biological processes.

Specialty areas of Chemistry & Bio-Chemistry

1. Analytical Chemistry

2. Materials Chemistry

3. Nuclear Chemistry

4. Organic Chemistry

5. Physical Chemistry

6. Genetics

7. Cell biology and signaling

8. Plant biology

9. Molecular biology



Courses and Eligibility

1.Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with science subjects to get    admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

3. Bachelor of Science in Bio-Chemistry

4. Master of Science in Chemistry

5. Master of Science in Bio-Chemistry

6. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry

7. Doctor of Philosophy in Bio-Chemistry



Chemistry graduates are employed in pharmaceutical industries, institutions, research institutes, schools and government laboratories. Graduates work as an Analytical Chemist, Lab Chemist, Production Chemist, Chemical Engineering Associate, and Biomedical Chemist.


Bio-Chemistry graduates are employed in medical field, agriculture department, public health care, forensic environment, private and public sectors, pharmaceutical industries and agro-chemical companies etc. Graduates are involved to build new products, quality control as well as safety of the existing products. Graduates have best opportunities in both Chemistry and Bio-chemistry fields.

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