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The wise founding fathers of Janta Vedic College, Baraut (then named Jat Vedic College) made provision for starting under graduate classes in science in 1949, with a view to imparting quality science education to the sons and daughters of the tillers of the soil of this area. The department of chemistry was given shape for future growth at that very initial stage. The department received a fillip and timely impetus when it was shifted in the newly constructed Ch. Mukhtar Singh Chemistry Block comprising of fairly equipped Laboratories and a spacious Lecture theatre. Since that time, there has been no looking back for the department. It has been marching ahead from progress to progress in academics, research publications and sending out students and scholars to pursue prestigious careers, bringing honour and fame to the college.

The department of chemistry kept providing quality chemistry education to undergraduates for more than ten years and thereafter it was upgraded to post graduate level with specialization in organic chemistry with permission and provision to enroll 17 students in M.Sc. Ist. This number was duly increased up to 24. In 1965 permission was received to start classes in physical chemistry in M.Sc. Final along with organic chemistry. In the year 2000, the University Grants Commission sectioned for the department the vocational course of Industrial Chemistry for under-graduate classes. Along with up gradation, additional courses and increased the strength of students, there has been a matching growth in the infrastructure, equipment and teaching material and facilities in the department. The department got a kerosene oil gas plant installed, which by the standard of those times was one of the best. In 1999 L P G connection and fittings were provided for each laboratory. The department has had the honour of being associated with teachers and scholars of repute. Dr. Ranvir Singh, Principal of the college from 1963-1972 and also an excellent teacher of chemistry helped and inspired the growth of the department in several respects. Dr. Ranvir Singh later joined as principal Aurobindo College Delhi University and had the honor of being a member of Rajya Sabha for full one term. The names of other honorable members of the staff of the department who joined elsewhere as principal are given below: 1. Dr. Jagmer Singh, Principal Nehru PG College Chhibramau (Farrukhabad) 2. Dr. R G Varshney, Principal D. J. College Baraut 3. Dr. Bhopal Singh, Principal A S College Lakhaoti Bulandshahr 4. Dr. Rajpal Singh, Principal J V College, Baraut. All the above gentlemen have performed their duties with great dedication and integrity, bringing good name not only to the department but also to the college.

Ex Faculty Members:
Department was sustained and kept up by a long line of brilliant, dedicated teachers of repute. A chronologically arranged list of them is given below:
1. Dr. G L Maheshwari
2. Shri B D Malhotra
3. Shri Harbans Singh
4. Shri Narender Singh
5. Shri Birbal Singh
6. Shri Surat Singh
7. Dr. Kedar Singh
8. Dr. G S Malik
9. Sh. Gajendra Singh
10. Dr. Chander Bhan Singh
11. Dr. Chandra Singh
12. Dr. N P S Bisht
13. Dr. S P Singh
14. Dr. Rajpal Singh
15. Sh. D C Saroha
16. Dr. R G Varshney
17. Dr. Harpal Singh Verma
18. Dr. Vijendra Singh
19. Dr. Harveer Singh
20. Dr. Bhopal Singh .
Master Degree Programme (M.Sc)
This is a four semester program. The courses offered in M.Sc Chemistry include:

Semester I:
Course I: Inorganic Chemistry-I
Course II/ Organic Chemistry-I
Course III/ Physical Chemistry-I
Course IV/ Mathematics /Biology for chemists :
Practical -I Based on Courses I-IV
Semester II:
Course V/ Inorganic Chemistry-II
Course VI/ Organic Chemistry-II
Course VII/Physical Chemistry-II
Course VIII/Group Theory and Solid State
Practical II Based on Courses V-VIII l
Semester III:
Course IX/ Photochemistry
Course X/ Spectroscopy
Course XI/Analytical chemistry
Course XII/Bioinorganic /Bioorganic /Biophysical Chemistry (Elective Any One)
Practical III Based on theory courses IX-XII
Semester IV:
Compulsory Course:
Course XIII/Environmental Chemistry
Course XIV/Elective II (Organic Synthesis)
Elective Course:
Course XV /Elective III (Medicinal Chemistry)
Course XVI /Elective IV (Polymers)
Practical IV Based on theory courses XIII-XVI
Examination & Evaluation
(a) Internal assessment (written tests, quizzes, term papers, home assignments and seminars etc)shall be a continuous process in each semester. weightage 50 marks each paper
(b) External assessment (Examination at the end of each semester) shall be based on the question papers set by the external examiners and will be of 50 marks each
One practical course of 100 marks in each semester

Bachelor Degree Programme (B.Sc)
This is a 3-year programme. The courses offered in B.Sc Chemistry include:
First Year:
Paper I : Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II : Organic Chemistry
Paper III Physical Chemistry
Practicals based on papers I III
Second Year:
Paper I : Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II : Organic Chemistry
Paper III : Physical Chemistry
Practicals based on papers I III
Third Year:
Paper 1 :Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II : Organic Chemistry
Paper III : Physical Chemistry
Practicals based on papers I III

Bachelor Degree Programme (B.Sc)
This is a 3-year programme. The courses offered in B.Sc Industrial Chemistry include:
First Year:
Paper I : Industrial Aspects of Organic and Inorganic chemistry.
Paper II : Industrial Aspects of Physical chemistry, Material and Energy balances.
Paper III Unit operations, Utilities, Fluid Flow and Heat Transport in Chemical Industry.
Practicals based on papers I III
Second Year:
Paper I :Material science and Industrial Pollution.
Paper II : Unit Processes in Organic Chemicals Manufacture.
Paper III : Effluent treatment, Waste management and Process instrumentation.
Practicals based on papers I III
Third Year -Compulsory Papers:
Paper 1 :Industrial Chemical Analysis.
Paper IV Chemical Process Economics and Entrepreneurship.
Third Year -Elective Papers:
Paper 1 : Polymers/ Paper 2:Pharmaceuticals,/ Paper 3 : Heavy and fine Chemicals

  • Syllabus for M.Sc and B.Sc can be seen on

    # Name Designation Qualification  Specialisation        Phone / Mobile  
    1. Dr. Shyam Kishore Reader & Head Ph.D Physical Chemistry 91 011-27012989
    91 08010636233
    2. Dr. Munesh Sharma Lecturer Ph.D Organic Chemistry 91 9868055629
    3. Dr.Indu Singh Lecturer M.Sc. Ph.D Organic Chemistry 91 9456654519
    4. Dr. Umendra Kumar Lecturer(Nishchit Mandey) Ph.D Organic chemistry and Metallo organic Chemistry 91 9411986674

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