PO 1. Critical Thinking

1.1. Acquire the ability to apply the basic tenets of logic and science to thoughts, actions and interventions.
1.2. Develop the ability to chart out a progressive direction for actions and interventions by learning to recognize the presence of hegemonic ideology within certain dominant notions.
1.3 Develop self-critical abilities and also the ability to view positions, problems and social issues from plural perspectives.

PO 2. Effective Citizenship

2.1. Learn to participate in nation building by adhering to the principles of sovereignty of the nation, socialism, secularism, democracy and the values that guide a republic.
2.2. Develop and practice gender sensitive attitudes, environmental awareness, empathetic social awareness about various kinds of marginalisation and the ability to understand and resist various kinds of discriminations.
2.3. Internalise certain highlights of the nation’s and region’s history. Especially of the freedom movement, the renaissance within native societies and the project of modernisation of the postcolonial society.

PO 3. Effective Communication

3.1. Acquire the ability to speak, write, read and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in both English and in one Modern Indian Language
3.2. Learn to articulate, analyse, synthesise, and evaluate ideas and situations in a well-informed manner.
3.3. Generate hypotheses and articulate assent or dissent by employing both reason and creative thinking.

PO 4. Interdisciplinarity

4.1. Perceive knowledge as an organic, comprehensive, interrelated and integrated faculty of the human mind.
4.2. Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development as a basic interdisciplinary concern of all disciplines.
4.3. Develop aesthetic, social, humanistic and artistic sensibilities for problem solving and evolving a comprehensive perspective.

BSc Chemistry Programme

PSO 1 Understand the fundamental concepts, principles and processes underlying the academic field of chemistry, its different subfields (analytical, inorganic, organic and physical), and its linkages with related disciplinary areas/subjects;
PSO 2 Demonstrate procedural knowledge that creates different types of professionals in the field of chemistry and related fields such as pharmaceuticals, chemical industry, teaching, research, environmental monitoring, product quality, consumer goods industry, food products, cosmetics industry, etc.;
PSO 3Employ critical thinking and the scientific method to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments and get an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment and the society.
PSO 4 Use chemical techniques relevant to academia and industry, generic skills and global competencies, including knowledge and skills that enable students to undertake further studies in the field of chemistry or a related field, and work in the chemical and non-chemical industry sectors.
PSO5 Undertake hands on lab work and practical activities which develop problem solving abilities required for successful career in pharmaceuticals, chemical industry, teaching, research, environmental monitoring, product quality, consumer goods industry, food products, cosmetics industry, etc.
PSO 6Understand safety of chemicals, transfer and measurement of chemical, preparation of solutions, and find out the green route for chemical reaction for sustainable development.
PSO 7 Create an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment, society, and development outside the scientific community.

Teaching Staff

About the Department

The Department of Chemistry started in 2021 with Dr. Bijumon R as the Head in Charge of the Department.

Chemistry Association 2021-2022 Inauguration


The department has computer lab with 20 desk top computers with internet facility. There is a well stocked department library for students pursuing M.Com programme.