B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Outcomes
  • Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • Faculty Members
  • University Syllabus
  • Career Opportunities
  • Our Recuiters
  • Events
  • Facilities
  • Department & Labs
  • Why MIT
  • Eligibility For Admissions In B.Sc.
  • Documented Required For Admission
  • Laboratories
  • Placement Opportunities
  • Salary Packages
  • Affiliation

About the Department

The Department of Chemistry is one of the most prestigious departments of the college. It caters
to a large number of students of other science disciplines as well. The CBCS syllabus exposes
students to diverse fields such as Green Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Analytical
Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry etc. With specialized papers under
Skill Enhancement Course and Discipline Specific Elective students get introduced to
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pesticide Chemistry, Molecular Modeling & Drug Design, Fuel
Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Cosmetics & Perfumes and others, which can help them decide
their field of interest in the future. The chemistry and instrumentation labs allow the students to
have hands-on practical training. The Chemistry department organizes seminars and workshops
on the latest topics of research. The dedicated faculty of the department believes in interactive
relationships with the students.
The department maintains a departmental library which is well-equipped with books from all
disciplines of Chemistry catering to the requirements of students. The Labs have the latest model
of spectrophotometer, colorimeter, pH meters and Flame photometer that help students carry out
experiments of the syllabus and those beyond curriculum as well. The department has a well-
stocked store for both apparatus and chemicals. The laboratories and stores are maintained by a
team of dedicated support staff. Keeping in view the environmental concerns of chemicals, some
of the experiments in the chemistry laboratory are modified and principle of 3Rs – Reduce,
Reuse and Recycle is being adopted for experiments wherever possible.
The Chemistry Department endeavours to supplement classroom teaching
with invited lectures, workshops, add-on courses, seminars by eminent speakers. Many
renowned academicians and scientists have visited the Department from time to time to interact
with students. Apart from teaching, a great impetus is given to research activities in the
department where faculty members mentor students for various research based projects for
various inter and intra-college competitions. The Chemistry department organizes various
academic events/competitions and fun activities across the year for the holistic development of
students. These are interspersed with institutional and educational visits to nearby industries and
laboratories - the recent ones include those  Yakult,Sonipat,Sugar Industries Central Forensic
Science Laboratory and  Patanjali Herbal Gardens (Haridwar).

To be an excellent Technical Institute in the country producing graduates having innovative concepts, strong technical background, regards to human values, and committed to serve the community.

To impart quality education, both theoretical and practical, to students.
To serve our students by teaching them problem solving, leadership and teamwork skills,
commitment to quality, ethical behavior, and respect for others.
To provide excellent infrastructural facilities.
To provide well qualified and experienced faculties for promote research activities.
  1. Understand the concept, need and different scope of Chemistry.
  2. Understanding, the concept of classroom behavior, laboratory behavior and proper handling of chemicals and instruments, data analysis, observation power, logical thinking
  3. Know the basics of chemistry and aspects related to fields.
  4. Understand the concept of practical techniques & different analytical procedure.
  5. Developing the knowledge of computer programming.
  6. Planning and exploration of scientific ideas.
  7. Understanding of scientific experiments and mechanistic explanation of experimental results.
  8. Knowledge of application of theoretical aspect to practical work.
  9. Developing project ideas.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. Students will be able to attain a general level of competence in the field of Chemistry.
  2. Program will enable them to think creative, innovative and become successful Professionals.
  3. Students will be motivated for continuous Learning and Development.
  4. Students will be well equipped with Quantitative and Qualitative skills to analyze the Chemical aspects.


Dr. Himanshu Sharma
Designation Professor & Head
Qualification M.Sc , Ph.D
Teaching experience 27 Years
Industry experience NIL Years
Email id himanshu.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Dr. Sapna Deshwal
Designation Assistant Professor & Head
Qualification M.Sc , Ph. D ( Chemistry)
Teaching experience 18 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id sapna.deshwal@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Organic Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, BIO Chemistry
Dr. R.S. Parmar
Designation Associate Professor  
Qualification M.Sc ,Ph. D (Chemistry)
Teaching experience 15 Years 
Industry experience NIL 
Email id ravindra.parmar@@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Organic Chemistry Environmental Chemistry
Dr. Hitesh Kumar Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor  
Qualification M.Sc, NET, Ph. D (Physics)
Teaching experience 8 Years
Industry experience NIL 
Email id hitesh.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Nanomaterials, Photocatalysis, Thin Films, etc
Mr. Sumit Rana
Designation Assistant Professor 
Qualification M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)
Teaching experience 01 Years
Industry experience NIL Years
Email id sumit.rana@mitmeerut.ac.in

NEW SYLLABUS (2019-20) 

B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry New syllabus

Career Prospects and Job Scope for a B.Sc Chemistry Honours

Career prospects and job scope after B.Sc Chemistry Honours for the freshers and experienced aspirants eligible, job opportunities are available for both government and private sectors.

Mentioned below are jobs for freshers:
  • 1.Lab Assistant
  • 2.Medical Technologist
  • 3.Test Supervisor
  • 4.Lab Technician
  • 5.Lab Manager
 Mentioned below are the jobs for the experienced aspirants:
  • 1.Anesthesiologist
  • 2.Lecturer & Teacher
  • 3.Chemist
  • 4.Clinical Research Specialist
  • 5.Geneticist
  • 6.Laboratory Technician
  • 7.Pharmacist
  • 8.Plant Biochemist
  • 9.Research Associate
  • 10.Toxicologist
Government Jobs for B.Sc Chemistry Honours Aspirants

Jobs in the government sectors it's more than a dream for the young talented generations, the job scope in these sectors provides more than just salary and prestige for any aspirants to work for the government. Government jobs for the eligible aspirants in B.Sc Chemistry Honours and salary are mentioned below in the table with the job designation.


Private Jobs for B.Sc Chemistry Honours

Jobs in the private sector give aspirants a good start for their career. The job opportunities and competition is cutthroat in these sectors. Plenty of private companies are offering experienced and skilful aspirants a lavish salary based on their eligibility criteria.

After B.Sc Chemistry Honours jobs and salary In India are as follows:
Job Opportunities in Abroad for B.Sc Chemistry Honours Graduates

Job opportunities abroad have various vacancies for eligible aspirants to work in the fields of chemical science. Working abroad helps the skills and the experience for the aspirants to develop by using the latest technology and equipment.

Top Companies
  • 1.BASF
  • 2.China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
  • 3.The Dow Chemical Company
  • 4.Saudi Basic Industries Corporation
  • 5.Mitsubishi Chemical Holding
  • 6.Reliance Industries
Best Countries
  • 1.Germany
  • 2.USA
  • 3.Canada
  • 4.Japan
  • 5.China
  • 6.Africa
  • 7.England
Areas of Recruitment for B.Sc Chemistry Honours

Scope of B.Sc Chemistry Hons in India for the experienced aspirant in science with a good starting salary and healthy environment to work.

Mentioned below are top companies for B.Sc Chemistry Honours graduates
  • 1. SRF Ltd
  • 2. Reliance Industries Ltd
  • 3. GHCL Ltd
  • 4. BASF India Ltd
  • 5. Cipla
  • 6. Solar Industries India Ltd
  • 7. Biocon



Annual Fest Mridang


Fresher Party


MIT has hostel for boys and girls. The overall charge of student's discipline and hostel administration vests in the Chief Warden. All the hostel rooms are provided with Wi-Fi connectivity with 24 hours internet. The hostels provide 24 hour's electricity supply, water heaters.


Auditorium is a facility that strives to meet the needs of the college. MIT has designed centrally air-conditional multipurpose auditorium with the seating capacity of 300 students. It is equipped with latest audio-video system which fulfill the requirement of conferences, workshops, guest lectures, technical and cultural events.


Campus has a medical centre with a full time medical attendant to look after the health of students with basic facilities like first aid and medication. The institute not only provides comprehensive medical facilities to the students living in hostel but also to day scholars.


MIT has its own fleet of Buses & Ambulances. Institute provides transport facility to the interested candidates on various routes depending on the minimum availability of the students. The vehicles also ply as transport to our hostellers to the examination centers during the end semester examinations.


Canteen at institute provides fresh snacks items like tea, coffee, juice, cold drinks etc to students & visitors at nominal cost.

Chemistry is the central science. All aspects of technical development require people with expertise in chemistry. A basic chemical education is required by doctors, dentists, engineers, agriculturalists, foresters, factory managers, etc. Thus, there is a continuing need for chemistry teachers in the region. In addition there is an increasing need for graduates with some chemistry background for work in industry as quality control staff, production managers and in a range of government and private research laboratories, e.g. mineral exploration, environmental pollution monitoring, agriculture. The contribution of chemistry graduates to regional development is considerable.

  1. Availability of well educated and trained faculty .
  2. Future prospectus of further studies for higher education out of country and Indian universities.
  3. Smart Chemistry workshop according to industrial and company needs.
  4. Industrial and Government organization visits and meeting to scientists of different discipline of Chemistry.
  5. Organic farming as well as vermicompost unit available at our institution.
  6. Increasing the innovation and incubation in the field of Chemistry.
  7. Providing the aptitude training for the government jobs related to Chemistry as well as non Chemistry.
  8. Provide the entrepreneurship training related to the Chemistry.



Candidates seeking admission for B.Sc. (HONS.) Chemistry Programme must have passed 10+2 in Maths, PCB, And PCMB with at least 45% marks in examination from a recognized Board/University.

  1. Photocopy of X & XII-marksheets
  2. Photocopy of Passing Certificates
  3. Original Migration Certificate
  4. 4 recent Passport size photographs
  5. Photocopy of Aadharcard and Student and Parent Photocopy 
  6. Gap Year Certificate (In case Gap of 1 or 2 years after XII)

Chemistry labs

Physics labs

Computers labs


The employment areas for the BSc Chemistry graduates include pharmaceutical industries, chemical manufacturers, forensic science department, plastic industries, agrochemical industries, etc. Apart from these, they are also recruited in other fields such as oil, gas and power sectors and even in defense services. The B.Sc chemistry graduates have many options for their higher studies like master’s degree in the same. Some of the higher study options after B.Sc Chemistry Honors are: M.Sc. in Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Drug Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Physical & Materials Chemistry, Master of Business Administration (MBA) etc. Certification courses can also be one option for the B.Sc Chemistry graduates is e.g. Post-Graduate Diploma in Analytical Chemistry (PGDAC). You must have already observed from above the sectors that offer jobs after B.Sc chemistry. Just to throw light on them once again, they include:

1. Chemical Labs.
2. Health Care Industry
3. Cosmetics and Perfume Industry
4. Fertilizer Plants
5. Energy Firms
6. Forensic Labs
Salary Packages for B.Sc Chemistry Honours

The salary packages and scope of B.Sc Chemistry Honours for aspirants depend upon the academic performance presented by them in the final year. The average salary for the B.Sc Chemistry Honours is INR 4 - 7 LPA.



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