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Chemistry

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History of the department

The chemistry department of the Fergusson College started in 1894-95 i.e. nearly a decade after the college was established. This is one of the largest science departments of the college and Deccan Education Society, Pune. In its history of 118 years it has grown considerably.

Location of the department

The department is located in an independent and large building which houses two big classrooms (C-6 & C-16) and seven spacious laboratories.

Courses offered

The department offers instructions to students from Class XI right upto post graduation. The average strength of undergraduate class is nearly 1000 and 200 of the M. Sc. Courses in Chemistry.

POST GRADUATE COURSES

 In September 1994 non-grant post graduate course in Organic Chemistry was started in the department which contributed to the development of the department.  Later in 2006 M. Sc in Analytical Chemistry and Biochemistry was also started. During last eighteen years post graduate results are excellent. The M. Sc. students do their projects as one of the practical course and their work is of very good quality raising possibilities of research publications. The academic students have been excellent with very good results over eighteen years.  Many of our students successfully clear competitive examinations like SET, NET, IIT Entrance, GATE, GRE, TOEFEL, CSIR examinations. Some of our students are pursuing Ph. D. programme at NCL, University of Pune and also at Universities abroad. Placements for post graduate students are 100%. In the last few years some of our staff members have minor and major research projects of the UGC and BCUD.

STAFF

There are thirty one professors for UG and PG classes.  Ten of them hold Ph. D. degrees and most of them have recognition for post graduate teaching. Two professors are recognized as M. Phil. Guide and one professor is a recognized for Ph. D. guide. One of them has completed her post doctorate.

INNOVATIVE PRACTICES IN CONDUCT OF PRACTICALS

The department is actively engaged in popularizing microscale experiments in chemistry and conducted two workshops for the same. These techniques have resulted in the
  1. Greater accuracy of results
  2. Lesser requirement of chemicals
  3. Reduction in pollution
The University of Pune has approved this technique as a standard practice at the graduate level and the UGC has recommended the use of this technique in its model syllabus.Our professors had given lectures and demonstrations on the microscale technique in Maharashtra and out of Maharashtra universities.

Eminent Teachers

The department has a rich heritage of eminent teachers, researchers and meritorious students of which are Dr. D.D. Karve, Dr. Patwardhan, Prof. Ghanekar, Dr. Dole, Prof. Bhalba Kelkar, Dr. S.S.K. Jatkar, Dr. S. S. Joshi and Dr. Limaye are a few.

Since establishment of the chemistry department, many meritorious students have graduated from the department and have created their own niche in the society. The department has produced a number of eminent scientists and chemists who today are occupying important positions in the industries, society as well as in teaching in India and abroad. Among these are the following covering a few decades –Dr. Subhash Padhye, Dr. S.L. Kelkar, Dr. Chandwadkar are professors in University of Pune. Dr. Mrs. Gupta & Dr. D.G. Naik are scientists in NCL and MACS respectively.

Highlights of the department

  • Courses from XI to Post Graduation
  • Highly Qualified Staff
  • Good Infrastructure
  • Innovative Practical demonstrations
  • State of art Teaching Aids
  • Projects for Students
  • Research Activities
  • Chemistry Association Activities

Details of the Programmes Offered by the Department

Sr. No. Programme level Name of the programmee / Course Duration Entry Qualification Medium of Instruction Sanctioned Student Strength Number of Students Admitted
1 UG B. Sc. Chemistry 3 years H S C or Equivalent English 1000 841
2 PG M. Sc. Organic
M. Sc. Analytical
M. Sc. Biochemistry
2 years
2 years
2 years
B. Sc. Chemistry English 48/year
24/year
24/year
108
48
48

Student Strength

Year No. of Students No. of Students PG Total No. of PG
UG M. Sc. Organic M. Sc. Analytical M. Sc. Biochemistry
FY SY TY Total Part -I Part -II Total Part -I Part -II Total Part I Part -II Total  
2004-05 510 351 124 985 17 17 34 - - - - - - 34
2005-06 480 265 180 925 52 15 67 - - - - - - 67
2006-07 376 276 120 772 55 52 107 - - - - - - 107
2007-08 340 219 118 677 54 54 108 29 - 29 27 - 27 164
2008-09 416 283 118 817 54 54 108 23 27 50 22 26 48 206
2009-10 430 264 120 814 51 51 102 25 22 47 24 20 44 193
2010-11 410 181 85 676 53 49 102 27 27 54 28 22 50 206
2011-12 472 245 57 774 51 54 105 27 21 48 26 26 52 205


Infrastructure of the department : Physical Facilities

Sr.No. Room/ laboratory/ classroom Dimensions Utilization for
1 Physical Laboratory 31x15.6 TY, PG Practicals
2 Computer Laboratory 14x15.6 PG Practicals, Study Room
3 M. Sc. Lecture hall 28.6x14 PG Theory
4 Organic Chemistry Coordinator room 15x8 Organic Coordinator
5 Library/Office 18x8 Office/Books
6 Research Laboratory 42.6x12 M.Sc. practicals
7 Senior Laboratory 42x67 FY, SY, TY, M.Sc. Practicals
8 T. Y. B. Sc. Balance Room 10x43 Weighing
9 Conference Room 32x43 T.Y. B.Sc. Lecture & Staff meetings
10 Room No. 7 32x9.6 Ladies Staff Room
11 Audio Visual Class Room C6 47x32 M.Sc Organic Chemistry Lectures
12 Room No. 8 32x5.5 Sr. Staff member’s room
13 HOD Room 14.25x5.6 Prof. S.M. Vhankate Sir’s Room
14 Junior Laboratory II 57.3x20.3 Junior College practicals
15 Junior Laboratory Balance Room 8x20.3 Junior College practicals
16 Biochemistry Laboratory 54x32 M. Sc. Biochemistry Practicals
17 Junior Laboratory I 42.6x54.6 Junior College practicals
18 Junior Laboratory Chemical Room 45x6.9 Junior College chemical Store Room
19 Senior Chemical Store Room 20x16 Senior College Chemical Store Room
20 Lab Assistant Room 31x16 For Lab Assistants
21 Computer Room 16x13 For Study  and reference work

Computers and other peripherals

Sr. No. Item Description Number
1  Computers P4 & P3 28
2  Printers HP 3050,HP 1152 6
3  Scanners HP 2050 1
4  UPS Champion+ Doelin 8
5  Modem/ Router Sterlite, D Link 1
6 Aspirator JET-VAC-J-1 2
7 Cylinders And Regulators   12

Teaching and audio Visual Aids (CD’s/DVD’s/Charts/Models/LCD Projector/ OHP/E-resources/ E-books/E-Journals)

Sr. No. Teaching and audio Visual Aids Number
1 Charts 71
2  Models 40
3  CDs 20
4  DVDs 10
5  E books 10
6  E journals -
7  LCD Projector 04
8  OHP 01


Departmental Academic Calendar

Month Schedule
June
  • Reopening of College,
  • Admission of  F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc
  • Result Analysis
  • Workload distribution  for First term and Verification
  • Attendance sheet finalization of S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc.
  • Formation of practical batches of S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc.
  • Commencement of regular lectures of F.Y .& S.Y. B. Sc
July
  • Commencement regular theory & practicals of T.Y.B.Sc.
  • Commencement of regular practicals for F.Y. and S.Y.B.Sc.
  • Regular practicals for SY and TY, B.Sc
August
  • Counseling for M.Sc Part I admission, regular lectures for M. Sc Part II
  • Regular practicals for FY. B.Sc.
  • Internal examinations UG
September
  • Regular practicals for M. Sc. Part I & II
October
  • Back log examinations for  F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc.
  • Internal theory examination for F.Y.,S.Y. and T.Y.B.Sc.
  • Internal practical assessment of First Term
  • Assessment of theory examination for F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc. and marks submission.
November
  • Workload distribution for second term
  • Midterm vacations begin
  • M. Sc. Sem I examination of Part I and Sem III examination for Part II begins
December
  • Regular theory and practicals begin for UG and PG courses
  • Declaration of  internal marks of F.Y. S.Y., T.Y. B.Sc.
January
  • Declaration of  UG and PG results( regular and backlog examination)
  • ALCHEMY- a Departmental fest for  one week
  • M. Sc  Part II project allotment
February
  • Internal theory examination for F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y.B.Sc.
  • Assessment of theory examination for F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y..B.Sc.and marks submission.
  • Completion of regular F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y.B.Sc. M. Sc. Part I practicals
  • Defaulter practical batch begins for F.Y. and S.Y.B.Sc.
March
  • Syllabus completion
  • University practical examination for S.Y. and T.Y. B.Sc. and  M.Sc Part I
  • M. Sc. Part-II project completion
  • Entry & submission of marks (Internal theory and practicals of F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y.B.Sc. and external practical marks of S.Y. and T.Y.B.Sc. submission to UoP
April
  • F.Y.B.Sc. practical examination and submission of marks to University
  • Submission of project report of M. Sc. Part II
  • Farewell party for T.Y.B.Sc and M. Sc. Part II students
  • Internal Theory examination of M.Sc part-I
  • University practical examinations of  M. Sc. Part II begins
  • Submission of practical marks M. Sc. Part I & II
  • Vacation begins for UG students
  • Workload distribution for next academic year
May
  • University theory examinations for M. Sc. Part I & II begins
  • M. Sc. Part I & II vacation begins after the final examination
June
  • Admissions of  F.Y., S.Y. & T.Y. B. Sc and M. Sc. Part I & II


Admission Criteria

M. Sc. Courses in Chemistry

1 Eligibility  B. Sc. with Chemistry as  Principal Subject
2 No. of Seats    96 :   48 [Organic] + 24 [Analytical] + 24 [ Biochemistry]
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Admission Procedure

 
  1. Application forms to the M. Sc. Courses will be available on college website www.fergusson.edu from the First Day of the result of the  T. Y. B. Sc. Chemistry of the University of Pune.
  2. Admissions will be based on Merit of the University Examination. 
  3. Preference will be given to the Principal Subject at T. Y. B. Sc. Level
  4. Admission will be based on merit as per reservation quota and guidelines of the University of Pune and Government of Maharashtra.
  5. Students will submit the separate applications for the M. Sc. Courses in Chemistry,
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Biochemistry
    along with all required attested photo copies of the documents.
  6. Incomplete applications will not be accepted in the office.
  7. Application should be submitted to the respective table in person only. There will be NO postal correspondence in this matter.
  8. M. Sc. Course wise [Separate] merit list will be declared and admissions will be given as per schedule declared on the notice board.
 

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Contact Numbers  

: [Chemistry] (020) 66866194/95, [College Office] 66866006

 



Course Curriculum

F. Y. B. Sc.

Sr. No. Subject with Code Topics Covered

First Term - Theory

1 Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

  Introduction to organic chemistry and Stereoisomerism of simple alkanes, Study of functional groups -alkenes’, Chemistry of hydrogen and water, Periodic table
2 Physical and

Inorganic Chemistry

Mathematical concepts, computers, gaseous state, liquid state, Mole concept, Principles of oxidation and reduction.

Second Term - Theory

1 Organic Chemistry

 

Inorganic Chemistry

Study of functional groups (alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols and ethers), aromaticity and benzene.

‘s’ Block elements, noble gases.

2 Physical and

Inorganic Chemistry

Atomic structure, Thermodynamics, Catalysis, Chemical bonding and structure, Hybridization.

Practicals

1 Physical Chemistry Determination of viscosity, Heat of solution of KNO3 , Equivalent weight  by Eudiometer, Thermodynamic parameters.
2 Inorganic Chemistry Inorganic qualitative analysis of binary mixtures
3 Organic Chemistry Methods of purification ( recrystallisation, sublimation),Determination of physical constants of organic compounds, Organic qualitative analysis
4 Analytical Chemistry  Volumetric ( Estimation of Acetone, Aniline, Fe(II), Hardness of water), Gravimetric analysis

S. Y. B. Sc.

Sr. No. Subject with Code Topics Covered

First Term - Theory

1 Physical Chemistry   Thermodynamics, Free energy and equilibrium, Colligative properties, Solutions of liquids in liquids, Distribution law, Computer applications in Chemistry
2. Organic Chemistry  Aldehydes and Ketones, Carboxylic acids and their derivatives, Phenol, Amines, Carbohydrates, Proteins, Aminoacids, Stereochemistry. Retrosynthetic analysis

Second Term - Theory

1 Analytical Chemistry Basic concept of analytical chemistry, Volumetric Analysis, Analysis of Organic Compound, Chromatography, GC, Column chromatography,
2 Inorganic Chemistry Principles of metallurgy, Electrometallurgy(Al), Pyrometallurgy(Fe, Steel), Chemistry of ‘p’ block  elements, Chemical toxicology, Acid bases, Solvents, and reactions in non aqueous solvents, Hydrogen bonding and Vander Waal’s  forces, Chemistry

Practicals

1 Physical Chemistry Determination of critical solution temperature, Determination of molecular weight (organic liquid) by steam distillation, depression in freezing point and Landsberger’s method. Partition coefficient.
2 Inorganic Chemistry Inorganic qualitative analysis of binary mixtures
3 Organic Chemistry Organic qualitative analysis, Preparations of organic compounds, recrystallization, TLC.
4 Analytical Chemistry  Volumetric ( Estimation of Hydrogen peroxide,  Aspirin,   Acetic acid in Vinegar, Al),  Selection of best indicator,  Detection and  separation of two cations by paper Chromatography

T.Y. B. Sc.

Sr. No. Subject with Code Topics Covered

First Term - Theory

1 Physical Chemistry

 (CH 331)

Kinetics of homogeneous reaction,  Crystal Structure, Investigation of  Molecular structure, Photochemistry
2. Inorganic Chemistry

( CH-332)

Molecular Orbital theory, Crystal field theory, Valence bond theory,  Coordination Chemistry, Isomerism in complexes, Sidgwick model,  Werner’s coordination theory
3. Organic Chemistry 

( CH-333)

 

Organic reaction mechanism, Basic structural effects, Nucleophilic and  Electrophilic addition on multiple bonds, Elimination reactions, Aromatic electrophilic and  Nucleophilic substitution reaction
4 Analytical Chemistry

( CH-334)

 Study of electro analytical and classical techniques of AAS, FES, GC, pH metry, nephlometry, and turbidimetry, solvent extraction and gravimetric analysis.
5 Industrial Chemistry

( CH-335)

General aspects of industrial chemistry, Manufacturing process of ammonia, sulphuric acid, nitric acid. Fertilizer industry, Sugar and fermentation industry, Natural and synthetic polymers.

Optional Subject

6 Biochemistry

( CH- 336)-B

Origin of life and biomolecules, Classification, structures, physico chemical properties of Carbohydrates, lipids, Aminoacids, Proteins. Enzymology, Biochemical techniques-separation and Purification techniques.  Nutrition.
Environmental Chemistry

( CH- 336)-D

Introduction  and scope of Environmental Chemistry and different segment of environment, Chemistry of different segments , it’s pollution and control

Second Term - Theory

1 Physical Chemistry  (CH 341) Electrolytic conductance, Electrochemical cell, Nuclear Chemistry, Adsorption
2. Inorganic Chemistry

( CH-342)

 ‘f’  block elements, Corrosion and passivity, Bioinorganic , Ionic solids, Organometallic chemistry, Metals , Semiconductors and super conductors.
3. Organic Chemistry

( CH-343)

 Nucleophilic addition on carbonyl carbon, oxidation reduction, retrosynthesis, Carbanion and reaction intermediates, natural products, (Terpenes / alkaloids) Spectroscopy- UV, IR, NMR.
4 Analytical Chemistry

(CH-344)

MS, Polarimetry, Refractometry, Spectrophotometry, Polarography, Electrogravimetry, HPLC, Electrophoresis.
5 Industrial Chemistry

( CH-345)

Raw material, Manufacturing process and applications of  Cement, Glass, Drugs and Dyes, Petroleum , Soaps and Detergent Industry

Optional Subject

6 Biochemistry

( CH- 346)-B

Metabolic pathway-  Anablic and catabolic pathways,ETC and OP in mitochondria, Bioenergetics,  Nucleic acids,  Chromosome arrangement, Central dogma of molecular biology- Replication, Transcription, Translation. Genetic code. Principles of Recombinant DNA technology, Molecular biology techniques- DNA sequencing, Agarose gel electrophoresis.
Environmental Chemistry

( CH- 346)- D

Industrial and municipal water pollution and its control, Instrumental techniques for environmental sample analysis, Natural resources, energy and environment related problems.

Practicals

1 Physical Chemistry Chemical kinetics,  Potentiometry, Conductometry, Colorimetry,  Refractometry, pH metry,
2 Inorganic Chemistry Inorganic qualitative analysis of binary mixtures, (borate and phosphate removal), gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, column chromatography, Colorimetric estimation, Preparations of inorganic Complexes.
3 Organic Chemistry

 

Organic binary mixture analysis, Volumetric estimation (Amide, esters, oil, Glucose), Molecular weight determination, Preparation of organic compounds and derivatives.

M. Sc. Part I [Organic & Analytical Chemistry]

Sr. No. Subject with Code Topics Covered
First Semester - Theory
1 Physical Chemistry

 (CH110)

Quantum mechanics, Chemical thermodynamics, Phase equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Colligative properties , Chemical Kinetics,
2. Inorganic Chemistry

( CH-130)

 Symmetry, Stereochemistry and reaction mechanism, Main group chemistry
3. Organic Chemistry 

( CH-150)

Nature of bonding in organic molecules molecules , Stereochemistry, Conformation of acyclic molecules and shapes of six member ring, Types of mechanism, and reaction intermediates, aliphatic Nucleophilic substitution reaction, Aromatic electrophilic and  Nucleophilic substitution reaction.
 Second  Semester - Theory
1 Physical Chemistry  (CH 210)  Molecular spectroscopy- Microwave, Infrared, Raman, Electronic, Principles of analytical applications, Nuclear and radiation chemistry.
2. Inorganic Chemistry  ( CH-230)  Coordination and Bioinorganic chemistry
3. Organic Chemistry

( CH-250)

Oxidation reduction, Rearrangement, Ylides, Addition to carbon hetero multiple bonds, Addition to carbon- carbon multiple bonds, Elimination reactions,Spectroscopy(NMR, UV,  IR
Departmental Course
   General Chemistry

( CH- 290)

Instrumental   methods of  analysis and  Study of Biomolecules
Practicals
1 Physical Chemistry

( CH-107)

Chemical kinetics,  Potentiometry, Conductometry, Colorimetry,  pH metry, Viscometer
2 Inorganic Chemistry

 ( CH-127)

Ore  and alloy analysis, Inorganic synthesis, and purity determination, Instrumental   methods of  analysis- Colorimetry, Thermo chemistry and conductometry
3 Organic Chemistry

( CH-247)

Techniques – Crystallization, Distillation, Column Chromatography, Prep

Sr.No. Photo Name of the teacher Designation  
1 Prof. Shridhar M. Vhankate
(M. Sc. [Physical Chemistry] D.H.E)
Head & Associate Professor Teaching Faculty
2 Dr. B. T. Hake
(M.Sc. [Physical Chemistry], Ph.D)
Associate Professor Teaching Faculty
3 Dr. Vijay B. Tadke
(M.Sc.[Inorganic Chemistry], Ph. D.)
Associate Professor Teaching Faculty
4 Dr. Rajendra S. KondeDeshmukh
(M.Sc. [Organic Chemistry], Ph. D.)
Associate Professor Teaching Faculty
5 Mr. Shankar S. Pawar
(M.Sc. [Physical Chemistry], M.Phil,)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
6 Mr. Narayan P. Firke
(M. Sc. [Organic Chemistry], NET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
7 Mr. Sushilkumar A. Dhanmane
(M. Sc. [Organic Chemsitry], SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
8 Dr. Meenakshi Suresh
(M.Sc. [Biochemistry], M.Phil, Ph. D.,SET.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
9 Ms. Ujwala N. Patil
(M.Sc.[Physical Chemistry], M.Phil)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
10 Dr. Tanaji S.Kadam
(M.Sc.[Inorganic Chemistry], M.Phil, Ph.D.)
Associate Professor Teaching Faculty
11 Mr. Anil G. Markandeya
(M.Sc.[Physical Chemistry], SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
12 Dr. Parbati Bandyopadhyay
(M. Sc.[Inorganic Chemistry], Ph. D. )
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
13 Mrs. Jatinder Kaur
(M.Sc.[Organic Chemistry], SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
14 Mr. Raju B. Murkute
(M.Sc.[Inorganic Chemistry], NET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
15 Mr. Kishor L. Patil
(M. Sc. [Organic Chemistry], B. Ed., SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
16 Mr. Nitin N.Ganjave
(M.Sc. [Organic Chemistry], SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
17 Ms. Ujjwala P. Gaware
(M. Sc. [Analytical Chemisty], NET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
18 Dr. Kiran Fulzele
(M.Sc. [Biochemistry], PhD)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
19 Mrs. Anuradha A. Wagh
(M.Sc.[Organic Chemistry], M. Phil.)
Assistant Professor, M. Sc Incharge Teaching Faculty
20 Mrs. Neeta Jagannath Karale
(M.Sc , M.Phil [Inorganic Chemistry])
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
21 Ms. Nita Dhavale
( M. Sc. [Analytical Chemistry], SET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
22 Mr.Ganesh Narsihrao Sutar
(M. Sc. [Physical Chemistry])
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
23 Ms. Gauri Shelar
(M.Sc. [Physical Chemistry], M. Phil.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
24 Ms. Archana Rathod
(M. Sc. [Analytical Chemistry], M. Phil.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
25 Dr. Sonalika Pawar
(M.Sc [Organic Chemistry], B. Ed, Ph. D, SET, NET (CSIR-JRF), GATE.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
26 Ms. Nilam Patil
(M.Sc [Chemistry])
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
27 Dr. Rohitkumar Gulabrao Gore
(M. Sc. Ph.D)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
28 Kirti Chintamani
(M. Sc.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
29 Dr. Poonam S. Deshpande
(M. Sc., Ph.D.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
30 Dr. Samir Onkar
(M. Sc., Ph.D.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
31 Dr. Abhijit Sudhakar Papalkar
(M. Sc. Ph. D)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
32 Sudarshan D. Tapsale
(M.Sc.(Organic Chemistry), NET, B.Ed)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty

Note: Biodata of any of the above mentioned faculty member can be downloaded by clicking on their name.

  1. Dr. Rohitkumar Gulabrao Gore,Assistant Professor , M. Sc. Ph.D
    Dr. Rohitkumar Gulabrao Gore has received Wesley Cocker Award 2014,  jointly with Emma Mullane and Lauren Myles. This award was presented by Society of Chemical Industry (SCI, All Ireland Group), UK & Ireland to recognize a young scientist – PhD student or undergraduate – in the Republic of Ireland who has made a major contribution in some aspect of chemistry relevant to Irish industry.


 
Conference on ‘Advances in Chemical Sciences with Special Reference to Molecular Spectroscopy and Organic Electronic’. (Sponsored by UGC)
Conference on ‘Advances in Chemical Sciences with Special Reference to Molecular Spectroscopy and Organic Electronic’. (Sponsored by UGC)
 
  • Study of Liesegang rings in gel media

    Dr. B.T. Hake

    Sr.NoName of Principal InvestigatorYearTitle Of ProjectFunding AgencyAmount Sanctioned(In Rs.) Major/ Minor/Any Other
    1Dr. B.T. Hake

    2007-2009 to2008-2009

    Study of Liesegang rings in gel mediaBCUD200000Minor
  • Synthesis of substituted N-phenylanthranilic acids & its derivations anticipating that derivatives have enhanced biological activity

    Dr. R.S. Konde Deshmukh


    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Dr. R.S. Konde Deshmukh

    2009

    Synthesis of substituted N-phenylanthranilic acids & its derivations anticipating that derivatives have enhanced biological activity

    UGC

    1,30,000.00

    Minor

  • Synthesis of 1-2,O-isopropylidine-3,amino methyl -5,6-O isopropylidine-D-Gluco furanose & its derivative as chiral auxillary for asymmetric synthesis

    Mr.N.P.Firke

    Sr.NoName of Principal InvestigatorYearTitle Of ProjectFunding AgencyAmount Sanctioned(In Rs.) Major/ Minor/Any Other
    1Mr.N.P.Firke

    2008-2010

    Synthesis of 1-2,O-isopropylidine-3,amino methyl -5,6-O isopropylidine-D-Gluco furanose

    & its derivative as chiral auxillary for asymmetric synthesis
    UGC60,000Minor
  • Isolation & Biochemical Charecterization of Industrial enzymes from soil bacteria

    Mrs.Meenkshi Suresh

    Sr.NoName of Principal InvestigatorYearTitle Of ProjectFunding AgencyAmount Sanctioned(In Rs.) Major/ Minor/Any Other
    1Mrs.Meenkshi Suresh

    2008-2010

    Isolation & Biochemical Charecterization of Industrial enzymes from soil bacteria

    UGC65,000Minor
  • Theoretical investigation of different interaction in tetra-thino-molybdate complexes

    Mrs. Ujwala Patil


    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Mrs. Ujwala Patil

    2008

    Theoretical investigation of different interaction in tetra-thino-molybdate complexes

    UGC

    70,000.00

    Minor

  • Asswssment of physic-chemica containment in ground water around Mutha river from Khadakwasla to Sangam Bridge, Pune

    Mr.A.G.Markandeya

    Sr.No Name of Principal Investigator Year Title Of Project Funding Agency Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.) Major/ Minor/Any Other
    1Mr.A.G.Markandeya

    2008-2010

    Asswssment of physic-chemica containment in ground water around Mutha river from Khadakwasla to Sangam Bridge, Pune

    BCUD2,00,000Minor
  • Development of Method for Physico-Chemical Analysis of Ocimum sanctum

    Shri. N.P.Firke

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Shri. N.P.Firke

    2012

    Development of Method for Physico-Chemical Analysis of Ocimum sanctum

    BCUD, UoP

    2,10,000.00

    Minor

  • Quantitative Estimation of Transition Metals by Chromatography

    Dr.Tanaji S. Kadam


    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Dr.Tanaji S. Kadam

    2012

    Quantitative Estimation of Transition Metals by Chromatography

    BCUD, UoP

    2,25,000.00

    Minor

  • Phytochemical Analysis of Celocia argentia

    Mr.A.G.Markandeya

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Mr. A.G.Markandeya

    2011

    Phytochemical Analysis of Celocia argentia

    UGC

    77,500.00

    Minor

  • Design and Synthesis of Some Biologically Important Thiosemicarbazones and Study their Coordination Behaviour Towards Transition Metals

    Dr. Ms. Parabati Bandopadhyay

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Dr. Ms. Parabati Bandopadhyay

    2011

    Design and Synthesis of Some Biologically Important Thiosemicarbazones and Study their Coordination Behaviour Towards Transition Metals

    BCUD, UoP

    1,50,000.00

    Minor

  • Synthesis of β-Asarone & its derivatives

    Dr. R.S. Konde Deshmukh

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Dr. R.S. Konde Deshmukh

    2009

    Synthesis of β-Asarone & its derivatives

    BCUD

    1,50,000.00

    Minor

  • Molecular Electrostatic potential & molecular electron density of nitrodamanten

    Mrs. Ujwala Patil

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Mrs. Ujwala Patil

    2008

    Molecular Electrostatic potential & molecular electron density of nitrodamanten

    BCUD

    2,00,000.00

    Minor