Chemistry



ABOUT CHEMISTRY
Introduction
The department of Chemistry was established in the year 2006 and thereafter moved on with its core chemistry branches successfully. The department consists of all its dedicated and well qualified energetic & skilled faculties as well as suitable strength of sincere students. The department offers all the regular degree programmes of chemistry like UG, PG, Certificate programmes & Research programmes viz. B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Phil & Ph.D. The programmes involve various professional job-oriented curriculum which fulfils the need for the complete development of the nation and the mission of new India. The department gives good academic results with positive trends & excellency. It also excels its Laboratory strength through various Instrumentation Techniques for chemical analysis through various instruments with a view to generate mission-oriented approach of chemical sciences for tackling the Research problems.

Committment of the Department
The Department of Chemistry is committed to:
1. Education: Provide the most comprehensive and highest quality education for Chemical sciences in a learning environment that embraces diversity, equity, integrity, ethics, moral courage and accountability.
2. Community service: Conduct health education programs to the community towards chemical aspects to prevent disease and improve public health and well-ness by fostering an environment that promotes the safe, efficacious, and cost-effective use of chemicals & substances preventing chemical hazards.
3. Research: Develop a passion for discovery and innovations with multidisciplinary collaborative research and engage in creative partnerships locally and globally to advance health education, research, practice & experiments related to chemistry.

Long Term Goals
  1.  To develop centre for excellence.
  2.  To achieve International projects and Patents.
  3.  To develop incubation center for global needs.
  4.  To attain DST-FIST level.
Short Term Goals
  1.  To conduct International Conferences.
  2.  To uplift all the laboratories so as to promote research and consultancy.
  3.  To provide an excellent infrastructure facility to publish high indexed journals.
  4.  To encourage teaching assistantship for the development of human values.
  5.  To attract international students in UG, PG, M.Phil and Ph.D courses.
  6.  To place students in core companies.


Vision
To lead the future of global chemical research for societal benefits and well being of the communities we serve. The department strives to contribute to a chemically literate society through chemical environment academically along with teaching, research and innovation for best human service.

Mission
  1.  To impart quality education in chemical Sciences and to undertake research and extension with emphasis on application and innovation that cater to the emerging societal needs through all around Development of students of all sections enabling them to be globally competitive and socially responsible citizens with intrinsic values.
  2.  To ensure that Chemistry is the international expert in providing excellence in education, initiating research and inspiring environment that ignites the young minds.
  3.  To maintain a Department that gives equal importance in terms of our significance of teaching and research by creating an environment that promotes:
    Independent thought, exchange of ideas, high ethical standards, development of innovative techniques & Use of modern educational tools & technology in lecture and laboratory courses.
KEY FACULTIES WITH THEIR EXPERIENCE & SPECIALIZATION
S.No. Name Specialization Designation Total Experience Photo
1 Dr. Jayati Mitra
 8871275772
  jc.bilaspur@gmail.com
  jayatimitra@cvru.ac.in
Organic Chemistry Associate Prof. & Head 11 Years
2 Dr.Namita Bharadwaj
 9039788146
  nbnillisweet@gmail.com
Organic Chemistry Associate Prof 11 Years
3 Dr. Rashmi Verma
 9893037020
 rashmi.rashi.verma@gmail.com
Organic Chemistry Asst. Prof. 11 Years
4 Dr. Milan Hait
 7000354871
 haitmilan@gmail.com
Organic Chemistry Asst. Prof. 11 Years
5 Dr. Rakesh Kumar Yadav
 7587095984
 rakeshyadav96@gmail.com
General Asst. Prof. 11 Years
6 Mr. Abhishek Sharma
 9685696401
 abhisekhcvru@gmail.com
Inorganic Chemistry Asst. Prof. 6 Years
7 Mr. Hulesh Kurre
 8517917706
  huleshkurre1990@gmail.com
General Asst. Prof. 3 Years
8 Mr. Jai Prakash Sahu
 7828250904
 jaisahu16011991@gmail.com
General Asst. Prof. 3 Years
9 Miss Bhavna Dubey
 9179845482
 bhavnadubey589@gmail.com
Inorganic Chemistry Asst. Prof. 8 Months
10 Naba Kumar Pal
 9123345987
 nabakpal4@gmail.com
Organic Chemistry Asst. Prof. 2 Month
PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY CHEMISTRY
Bachelors of Science
PROGRAM NAME: B.Sc.(Chemistry)
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’s):
  1.  The objective of the Bachelor’s programme in chemistry is to equip the students to apply the knowledge of mechanisms of chemical processe3s in living and non-living systems and higher order techniques to applied aspects.
  2.  The objective of the Bachelor’s programme in chemistry is to equip the students to apply the knowledge of mechanisms of chemical processe3s in living and non-living systems and higher order techniques to applied aspects.
  3.  The objective of the program is also to train the students and also sensitize them to the scope for research towards basics and current updates
  4.  The objective of the programme is also to address the increasing need for skilled scientific manpower with an understanding of research ethics involving chemistry for humans to contribute to the application, advancements and impartment of knowledge in the field of chemical sciences globally
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking & actions.

  2. PO2.Effective communication: Speak, read, write & listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian Language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books, media and technology.

  3. PO3.Social interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.

  4. PO4.Effective citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.

  5. PO5.Ethics: recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of decisions and accept the responsibility for them.

  6. PO6.Environment and sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contents and sustainable development.

  7. PO7.Self-directed and long-life learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of socio-economic and socio technological changes & develop an aptitude for continuous learning and professional development with ability to engage in chemistry practices and education program.

  8. PO8.Knowledge: Provide basic knowledge for understanding the principles and their applications in the area of Chemical Sciences, Instrumentation & Chemical Technology.

  9. PO9.Technical Skills: Develop an ability to use various instruments and equipment with an in-depth knowledge on standard operating procedures for the same

  10. PO10.Research & Development: To Demonstrate knowledge of identifying a problem, critical thinking and analysis and provide rational solutions in different disciplines of Chemistry & Chemical Sciences.

  11. PO11.Modern Tool Usage: Develop appropriate technique, resources and IT tools for prediction and modeling to complex chemical issues.

  12. PO12.The Society: Apply regional chemical reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to comprehend and receive instructions on chemical safety and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the society as well as social well being.

  13. PO13.Problem analysis

  14. PO14.Conduct investigations of complex problems

  15. PO15.Design/Development of Solutions

  16. PO16.Individual and Teamwork

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Develop knowledge, understanding and expertise in their chosen field of chemical science.

  2. PSO2.Develop an understanding of eco-friendly chemical process and impact of chemistry on health and environment.

  3. PSO3.Understand the theoretical concepts of instruments that are commonly used in most chemistry fields as well as interpret and use data generated in the instrumental chemical analysis.

  4. PSO4.Provide opportunities to excel in academics, research or industry.

Master of Science
PROGRAM NAME: M.Sc.(Chemistry)
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’s):
  1.  The objective of the Master’s programme in chemistry is to equip the students to apply the knowledge of mechanisms of chemical processe3s in living and non-living systems and higher order techniques to applied aspects.
  2.  The objective of the Master’s programme in chemistry is to equip the students to apply the knowledge of mechanisms of chemical processe3s in living and non-living systems and higher order techniques to applied aspects.
  3.  The objective of the program is also to train the students and also sensitize them to the scope for research towards basics and current updates
  4.  The objective of the programme is also to address the increasing need for skilled scientific manpower with an understanding of research ethics involving chemistry for humans to contribute to the application, advancements and impartment of knowledge in the field of chemical sciences globally
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking & actions.

  2. PO2.Effective communication: Speak, read, write & listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian Language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books, media and technology.

  3. PO3.Social interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.

  4. PO4.Effective citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.

  5. PO5.Ethics: recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of decisions and accept the responsibility for them.

  6. PO6.Environment and sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contents and sustainable development.

  7. PO7.Self-directed and long-life learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of socio-economic and socio technological changes & develop an aptitude for continuous learning and professional development with ability to engage in chemistry practices and education program.

  8. PO8.Knowledge: Provide basic knowledge for understanding the principles and their applications in the area of Chemical Sciences, Instrumentation & Chemical Technology.

  9. PO9.Technical Skills: Develop an ability to use various instruments and equipment with an in-depth knowledge on standard operating procedures for the same

  10. PO10.Research & Development: To Demonstrate knowledge of identifying a problem, critical thinking and analysis and provide rational solutions in different disciplines of Chemistry & Chemical Sciences.

  11. PO11.Modern Tool Usage: Develop appropriate technique, resources and IT tools for prediction and modeling to complex chemical issues.

  12. PO12.The Society: Apply regional chemical reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to comprehend and receive instructions on chemical safety and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the society as well as social well being.

  13. PO13.Problem analysis

  14. PO14.Conduct investigations of complex problems

  15. PO15.Design/Development of Solutions

  16. PO16.Individual and Teamwork

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Develop knowledge, understanding and expertise in their chosen field of chemical science.

  2. PSO2.Develop an understanding of eco-friendly chemical process and impact of chemistry on health and environment.

  3. PSO3.Understand the theoretical concepts of instruments that are commonly used in most chemistry fields as well as interpret and use data generated in the instrumental chemical analysis.

  4. PSO4.Provide opportunities to excel in academics, research or industry.

Master of Philosophy
Program Outcome
Program Specific Outcome
Doctor of Philosophy
Program Outcome
Program Specific Outcome
Certificate Programmes
 1.Certificate in Water Analysis, course no WAT 01
 2.Certificate in Soil Testing, course no SAT 01
 3.Certificate in Coal analysis, course no CAT 01
 4.Certificate in Spectrophotometer analysis, course no DST01
 5.Certificate in Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, course no AST 01
LIBRARY & LABORATORIES (FACILITIES & DESCRIPTIONS)

Library

Department of Chemistry - Library

In addition to the Central Library, Chemistry Department have their own Library. This contains important titles and Journals in the respective branches of study. Students and Staff are advised to fully utilize these books and Journals for further enhancement of their subject knowledge books and Journals.

Laboratories

Laboratories Details

 Advanced Instrumentation Lab [Research/PG(M.Sc. , M. Phil, Ph.D.)]
 Organic Synthesis [Research/PG(M.Sc. , M.Phil., Ph.D.)]
 Inorganic Analysis [Research/PG(M.Sc. , M. Phil, Ph.D.)]
 Applied Chemistry Lab [U.G., Engineering (Poly & BE)]
 General Chemistry Analysis Lab [U.G. & IODE]

Laboratory Instrumental Facilities

S.No. Instrument's Name Model No Specification Application
1 HOT AIR OVEN BESTO Specifications :THERMOSTATIC MODEL -
Inner Size (WxDxH): 355mm x 355mm x 355mm
455mm x 455mm x 455mm
605mm x 605mm x 605mm
605mm x 605mm x more..
Hot air ovens are electrical devices which use dry heat to sterilize. Generally can be operated from 50 to 300 °C, using a thermostat to control the temperature.
2 DIGITAL FLAM PHOTOMETER(BESTO) BESTO/BLT General Mode: Na:0.5 ppm, K:0.5 ppm, Li:0.5 ppm, Ca:15 ppm,have resolution of 0.1 ppm/meq with reproducibility of + 2% FS, &± 2 Digits, curve fit accuracy of + 2% FS and 20 x 4 Alphanumeric backlit LCD display support Determination of calcium ,Sodium and potassium in sample
3 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-WFX-320 Wavelength range -190-900nm,Wavelength accuracy ±0.5nm ,Light Source System Lamp number 2 lamps (one preheating),Lamp current adjustment
Micro-computer control Adjustment range: 0~20m, Lamp power supply mode
Powered by square pulses ,Optical System, Monochomator, Single beam, Czerny-Turner design grating monochromator, Grating
1800 l/mm,Focal length
277mm,Hydride vapor generator can be connected for hydride analysis
Water analysis (e.g. Ca, Mg, and heavy metals )
Food analysis,Analysis of animal feedstuffs (e.g. Mn, Fe, Cu, Cr, Se,Zn)Analysis of soils,Clinical analysis ,nanotechnology
4 MUFFLE FURNANCE ASHA SCIENTIFIC Double Walled Construction
Standard Model : Inside body of ceramic muffle & outside powder Coated mild steel
GMP Model : Inside body of ceramic muffle & outside stainless Steel 304
Temperature Range :
5 deg C above ambient to 1200 deg C Working temperature : upto 1140 deg C
5 deg C above ambient to 1000 deg C
Working temperature : upto 900 deg C
Accuracy : +/-5 deg C or +/- 2 deg C
The instrument is used for converting the materials in absolute ashes. This ash is used for performing the analysis of different attributes of the materials that are being tested. It is the best way to study the chemical properties of different materials.
5 FLAME PHOTOMETER SYS-128 Filters (10 nm Typical): Na and K supplied; Li and Ca (optional), Reproducibility: Low Conc.: +-1% f.s.; High Conc.: +- 2% f.s.,Minimum Sample: Approx 3 ml per element (at Avg. Time of 4 sec.),Averaging: 2 to 15 seconds, selectable, Aspiration Time: (5 Sec + Avg. Time) per element + 4 Sec,Operating Air Pressure: 0.45 k / cm2 (typical) Determination upto four elements with single aspiration (Na, K, Li, and Ca).
6 DIGITAL BOMB CALORIMETER INSIF Temperature accuracy of 0.001°C,Suitable to operate on 220V, single phase, 50 Hz AC Mains Used for determination of combustion of a heat of calorific value of the fuel other organic material
7 B.O.D. INCUBATOR BESTO/8620 Inner S. Steel, outer CRCA / GI EPOXY Powder coat finish.,CFC Free PUF in-situ form,Full length inner flexi-glass door for viewing sample. Commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. ... (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) Applications Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
8 CONDUCTIVITY METER SYS-306 Micro controller base, Range : 0.1 µS – 100 Ms , Resolution : 0.001 µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Auto / Manual), Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for Cond.),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of conductance in sample
9 UV-VIS. DOUBLE BEAM SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-2205 Micro-controller based Double Beam, Graphic LCD, 190 – 1100 nm Range, 1 nm Bandwidth, Compliance with Pharmacopoeia , GMP & GLP Compliance , Holographic Concave Grating, Automatic source optimisation, Base line calibration & Cell optimization, %T, Abs, Conc. (K factor, Multi standard), Multi component measuring modes , Single Wavelength, Multi Wavelength, Scan & Time Scan operating modes, Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer, PC interface (Optional), Single Position 50/100 mm Cuvette Holder (Optional) Qualitative &quantitative absorption , Spectrometric studies in industrial , agricultural , chemical , biotechnological , forrensic areas
10 UV-VIS. SINGLE BEAM SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-118 High resolution, reliable, single beam, manual, Digital Wavelength with 0.1 nm increments, 200 – 900 nm Range, 0.5 nm Bandwidth, Wide range, low noise Photo multiplier tube (PMT) detector, Manual 4 position sample changer, Single Position 20/50 mm Cuvette Holder (Optional) Qualitative &quantitative absorption , Spectrometric studies in industrial , agricultural , chemical , biotechnological ,forrensic areas
11 DOUBLE DISTILIZATION UNIT INSIF/BOROSILLICATE Borrosillicate Conductivity-0.8-1 μS/cm, pH-6.0-7.0, output-2.0 li/hr A water distiller works by boiling water into water vapour, condensing it and then returning it to its liquid state. It is collected in a storage container.
12 C.O.D. DIGESTER  BESTO/7945 Temp. Range: Above and to 180°C or higher Resolution: 1°C, Display: Digital 12 mm Red LED Control,Digital Electronic Temp. Controller, Heater Rating: 750 Watts, Sensor: PT-100 Timer: Selectable 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 min with alarm Hole Size: 40 mm dia. x 80 mm, depth, Glass Tube: 38 mm. dia,15 nos (5 x 3 rows), Sample Volume: 20 ml, each Dimension: 500 W x 270 D x 210 mm H Determination of C.O.D. in water sample
13 TURBIDITY METER SYS-135 Range : 0 – 1000 NTU (Automatic), Readout : 2 Line 16 Character LCD, Data storage : Calibration & Data Stored Micro controller based in Memory,Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of turbidity in water sample
14 AUTO KARL FISCHER TITRIMETER TI-381 Supplied with 250ml Reaction Vessel, Auto Burette (25 x 0.1ml), 500ml Amber Color Reservoir, Dual Platinum Combined Electrode, Teflon Paddle, Teflon Assembly for holding, Electrode, Moisture Trap, Actuator Assembly Auto Karl Fischer Titration Apparatus finds applications in chemistry, research laboratories, pharmaceutical industries for testing to determine ACCURATE MOISTURE IN THE SAMPLE
15 PHOTOELECTRIC CALORIMETER SYS-113 Small convenient sample size of 1 ml only., Long life Broad Spectrum LED Light Source.,Very few controls make for ease of operation.,Compact space saving design.Wavelength : 400 to 700 nm selected by filter mounted on a turrel, Light Source : 6 V LED Measurement of %T(Transmittance),absorbance(abs), conc and K -Factor (K)of sample solution
16 pH METER SYS-361 Micro controller based, 2/3 point calibration for pH, pH Range : 0 – 14, 0.01 pH Resolution, mV Range : 0 - +1999,1 mV Resolution,Temperature compensation : Auto / Manual, Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for pH),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of pH of given sample 
17 DO METER SYS-314 Micro controller based, Handheld, rugged and user friendly, 0 – 20 ppm Range,0 – 500 C Temperature Range, Input for mains adaptor 9-12V Determination of dissolved oxygen in sample
18 DIGITAL CHEMICAL BALENCE SARTORIUS-BSA224S Model: ATY 224 ,Capacity: 220 g,Readability: 0.1mg, Pan Size: Ø 91,Main Body Dimensions (mm) approx.: 210(W) x 340(D) x 325 (H), Weight (kg) approx.: 6.0 Kg, Power Requirement: 12V, 1A Analytical balances for weighing up to 520 g maximum with 0.1 or 0.01 mg resolution.
19 SOIL TESTING KIT   Provided and specified with soil testing reagents , seives, conical flask, petridishes, measuring cylinder, crucible , pH paper, Chart ,filter paper .litmus paper For chemical analysis of soil
20 WATER ANALYSIS KIT SYS-371 A20*2alphanumeric LCD Display,centronic printer interphase with special glass electrode & reference electrode /combined electrode pH, mV / ORP,Conductivity / TDS, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, Colorimeter,Turbidity
21 THERMOSTATIC WATER BATH BESTO/8635A Rectangular-Thermostatic
No. of Holes :06, Chamber Size (mm) : 40x30x10 cm
Rating (Watt) : 1500W

Utilisations include warming of reagents, melting of substrates or incubation of cell cultures. It is also used to enable certain chemical reactions to occur at high temperature.
22 MAGNETIC STIRRER WITH HOT PLATE (SUNSTAR) BESTO/8629 Speed Range -1000rpm,Temperature range -1200C,   Used in laqboratory for stir, heat or do both stir with heat
23 VORTEX SHAKER BESTO/8626 Supply-220 V, 50 Hz, Single Phase,Fetures -Touch Of finger Simple device used commonly in laboratories to mix small vials of liquid
24 VACCUM PUMP TID-15 Totally Oil - free construction,Pump available with 24 V / 48 V DC (Model TID - 15 - DC - 1500 Used in Preparation
25 KJELDAHL's APPARATUS  INSIF Works on 220V AC 50Hz single phase. Complete with condenser rack, lead fume duct and a pair of hangers, on a mild steel sheet tubular stand. units supplied with individual energy regulators. It works on 220V AC 50Hz. Useful for estimation of Nitrogen contents in substances by digestion
26 HEATING MENTAL BESTO Type of Product : Heating Mantle, Voltage:220V, Features : Made of glass yarn, with energy regulator. Stainless Steel Top Plate.capacity-500ml Used to apply heat to containers, as an alternative to other forms of heated bath
27 SOHXLET APPARATUS BOROSILICATE Dimensional accuracy,Leakage proof,Chemical resistance It has a flask, an extraction chamber, and a condenser. It can be used for solid-liquid extractions.
28 TLC APPARATUS BESTO/TLC-37/7550  Plate rack alluminium, anodised for ten 20x20cm or 20x10cm plates.. Developing tank with lid., Spotting template made of perspex., TLC plates set of f ten 20x10cm ,Glass sprayer with rubber bellow, cap. 100ml, Micro-pipette,Subscriber for marking lines made of stainless steel Used to separate non-volatile mixtures
29 METTING POINT APPARATUS BESTO/8605 Power- 220-230, temperature range –up t0 350 Determination of melting point
30 ANALYTICAL BALENCE HST Flat beam with rider using facility Weighing of substances
31 COLORIMETER SYS-115  wide range of wavelength, 400 to 700 nm, is covered with the help of 8 optical filters mounted on a turret, Addotional features off 115 are measurement of concentration (Conc), K-Factor & accuracy to 3 decimals. Measurement of %T(Transmittance),absorbance(abs), conc and K -Factor (K)of sample solution
32 CONDUCTIVITY METER SYS -304 Manual instrument, convenient for routine analysis,Range : 0 µS – 200 mS,Resolution : 0.1µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Manual),Readout : 3 digits LED Determination of conductivity
33 KIPPS APPARATUS   Madeup of borrosilicate glass ,Different capacity -250,500, 1000 ml Production of H2S Gas
34 HEATING MENTAL BESTO Type of Product : Heating Mantle, Voltage:220V, Features : Made of glass yarn, with energy regulator. Stainless Steel Top Plate.capacity-500ml Used to apply heat to containers, as an alternative to other forms of heated bath
35 WATER DEIONIZER WASTON-50 Made up iof two chambers -cation exchanger ,anion exchanger Deionized water preparation
36 WATER ANALYSER KIT SYS-371 A20*2alphanumeric LCD Display,centronic printer interphase with special glass electrode & reference electrode /combined electrode Measures pH, mV / ORP, Conductivity / TDS, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature,Colorimeter, Turbidity
37 MELTING POINT APPARATUS BESTO/8605 Power- 220-230, temperature range –up t0 350 Determination of melting point
38 DIGITAL pH METER SYS-152 H Range : 0 – 14,0.01 pH ReSolution,mV Range : 0 - +1999,1 mV Resolution,Readout : 3 ½ digit LED Measuring pH
39 DIGITAL BALANCE CITIZEN/CY-220 Automatic External calibrationCompiles GLP/GMP Standard.,Dye cast aluminium design for long term stability and accurate results. Weighing substances
40 Vortex Shaker 15WIXJR Supply-220 V, 50 Hz, Single Phase,Fetures -Touch Of finger Simple device used commonly in laboratories to mix small vials of liquid
41 Centrifuge 3307  Best grade material, High performance capacity 8 vials Separation of particles according to their density
42 pH Meter MK VI pH Range : 0 – 14, 0.01 pH Resolution, mV Range : 0 - +1999,1 mV Resolution,Temperature compensation : Auto / Manual, Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for pH),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer For measurment of PH of solution 
43 Magnetic stirrer Besto Speed Range -1000 rpm,Temperature range -1200C,  It employs rotating magnetic field to cause a stirbar immersed in a stirbor immersed in a liquid to spin very quickly. They stirring
44 Incubator   While small enough to fit easily on any bench top, the unit’s 0.7 cubic foot chamber can easily accommodate 50-60 standard size (100 mm) agar plates or 15-20 large plates. a thermometer for monitoring chamber temperature. Additional shelves are available. Can also be used for warming IV fluids Growth for anicrobes at different temperature.
45 Hot air oven  CIC Specifications :THERMOSTATIC MODEL -
Inner Size (WxDxH): 355mm x 355mm x 355mm
455mm x 455mm x 455mm
605mm x 605mm x 605mm
605mm x 605mm x more..
In this instrument sterilize any glass ware in laboratory
46 Autoclave 8192B Fast 20 min. sterilizing cycle at 121º c.,Pressure Gauge : Colour coded pressure gauge showing internal chamber conditions during the cycle, Two safety valves, pressure gauge, flexible metal rubbing to exhaust air. Includes outer stand, inner aluminum container, inner tripod stand. This instrument works on moist heat sterization and sterilize laboratory use glass ware, rubber, Microbial media.
47 Electrophoresis DPS2003 Digital Power Supply,Output range : 10–300 V, fully adjustable in 1 V steps,1-200 mA,fully adjustable in 1 mA steps ,Type of output : Constant voltage or constant current
Output terminals : 4 pair recessed banana jacks in parallel
Timer : 1 min–999 min , fully adjustable
Start /Stop Function : Yes
Display : 3-digit LED
Operating conditions : 0–40°C, 0–90% humidity in the absence of condensation
This instrument used for separation of Nuclic acid and protein through their charges( Cation or anion)
48 Laminar air Flow  4FPTC  Sturdy construction,Leak proof,Dimensionally accurate It work on Radiation (UV- rays ) Sterilization. By this perform powring, platting and sterilization.
49 Plant Growth Chamber  TH7004 Mirror – finished Stainless steel interior and coated steel exterior,Forced air circulation,Fluorescent/LED,Finned stainless steel heaters withstands higher humidity levels assuring long life of heaters In Tthis instrument grow the plant and prepare differengt hybrids of plant through providing Nutrients.
50 Water Bath  BESTO Type of Product : Rectangular-Thermostatic
No. of Holes :06, Chamber Size (mm) : 40x30x10 cm
Rating (Watt) : 1500W

Water Bath work on moist (water) and electricity . It is used for staining procedure and other laboratory work.
51 Digital weighing Balance K ROY Automatic External calibrationCompiles GLP/GMP Standard.,Dye cast aluminium design for long term stability and accurate results. It is used for weighing different ingradience or matter.
52 HPLC SYS-LC-138 Flow Range 0.001 – 9.999 ml/min Delivery Method Double Piston (Main & Auxiliary) Pump Head 10ml SST/Peek analytical Accuracy ± 1% or ± 2µL/min, whichever is grater ± 1% or ± 1µL/min, whichever is greater (Micro) Flow Rate Setting 0 – 0.10 ml/min. 0.001 inc. 0.10 – 0.90 ml/min. 0.010 inc. 1.0 ml/min. +0.10 inc. Precision 0.1% RSD P.max 9999 psi System connections 1/16” capillaries Display 300mm Dimensions 130 mm x 260 mm x 420 mm Weight 11 kg Power In-put 85 to 264 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz. 60 Watts Used to split a mixture of compounds in the fields of analytical chemistry, biochemistry and industrial. The main purposes for using HPLC are for identifying, quantifying and purifying the individual components of the mixture
53 PCR Thermal cycle T-100(Miorel) T100 includes touch screen controls, USB flash drive port, and a ton of built in protocols to choose from. , Commonly used to amplify segments of DNA via thepolymerase chain reaction (PCR).
54 Distillation Unit     Conductivity-0.8-1 μS/cm, pH-6.0-7.0, output-2.0 li/hr Remove different other ions from water by this instrument.
55 Microtome BMT-6 Bottom glass tube,max speed: 3500rpm,type of head : swing out For preparation of slide (Tissue fixation)
56 Turbidity meter Sys -135 Range : 0 – 1000 NTU (Automatic), Readout : 2 Line 16 Character LCD, Data storage : Calibration & Data Stored Micro controller based in Memory,Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of turbidity in water sample
57 Paper chromatography SBCG2 Made of teak wood with glass on all four slides and on top,Internal surface wax coated for solvent resistance Detection of protein Amino Acids
58 Binocular microscope   Illumination system,power supply,focusing mechanism, revolving nosepiece, binocular To see the microscopic object
59 Leaf area Meter 211 Light source -Light Emitting diodes ,Detector-Hermktically saeled spill prof selenium photo cell, For measurment of leaf area
60 B.O.D. Incubator C1/C71B Inner S. Steel, outer CRCA / GI EPOXY Powder coat finish.,CFC Free PUF in-situ form,Full length inner flexi-glass door for viewing sample. Commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. ... (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) Applications Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
61 Conductivity Meter Sys-306 Micro controller base, Range : 0.1 µS – 100 Ms ,Resolution : 0.001 µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Auto / Manual),Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for Cond.),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of conductance in sample
62 Microscope CH2Oi ,focusing mechanism, revolving nosepiece,  To see the microscopic object

Sophisticated Instruments

S.No. Instrument's Name Model No Specification Application
1 DIGITAL FLAM PHOTOMETER(BESTO) BESTO/BLT General Mode: Na:0.5 ppm, K:0.5 ppm, Li:0.5 ppm, Ca:15 ppm,have resolution of 0.1 ppm/meq with reproducibility of + 2% FS, &± 2 Digits, curve fit accuracy of + 2% FS and 20 x 4 Alphanumeric backlit LCD display support Determination of calcium ,Sodium and potassium in sample
2 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-WFX-320 Wavelength range -190-900nm,Wavelength accuracy ±0.5nm ,Light Source System Lamp number 2 lamps (one preheating),Lamp current adjustment
Micro-computer control Adjustment range: 0~20m, Lamp power supply mode
Powered by square pulses ,Optical System, Monochomator, Single beam, Czerny-Turner design grating monochromator, Grating
1800 l/mm,Focal length
277mm,Hydride vapor generator can be connected for hydride analysis
Water analysis (e.g. Ca, Mg, and heavy metals )
Food analysis,Analysis of animal feedstuffs (e.g. Mn, Fe, Cu, Cr, Se,Zn)Analysis of soils,Clinical analysis ,nanotechnology
3 FLAME PHOTOMETER SYS-128 Filters (10 nm Typical): Na and K supplied; Li and Ca (optional), Reproducibility: Low Conc.: +-1% f.s.; High Conc.: +- 2% f.s.,Minimum Sample: Approx 3 ml per element (at Avg. Time of 4 sec.),Averaging: 2 to 15 seconds, selectable, Aspiration Time: (5 Sec + Avg. Time) per element + 4 Sec,Operating Air Pressure: 0.45 k / cm2 (typical) Determination upto four elements with single aspiration (Na, K, Li, and Ca).
4 B.O.D. INCUBATOR BESTO/8620 Inner S. Steel, outer CRCA / GI EPOXY Powder coat finish.,CFC Free PUF in-situ form,Full length inner flexi-glass door for viewing sample. Commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. ... (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) Applications Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
5 CONDUCTIVITY METER SYS-306 Micro controller base, Range : 0.1 µS – 100 Ms , Resolution : 0.001 µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Auto / Manual), Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for Cond.),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of conductance in sample
6 UV-VIS. DOUBLE BEAM SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-2205 Micro-controller based Double Beam, Graphic LCD, 190 – 1100 nm Range, 1 nm Bandwidth, Compliance with Pharmacopoeia , GMP & GLP Compliance , Holographic Concave Grating, Automatic source optimisation, Base line calibration & Cell optimization, %T, Abs, Conc. (K factor, Multi standard), Multi component measuring modes , Single Wavelength, Multi Wavelength, Scan & Time Scan operating modes, Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer, PC interface (Optional), Single Position 50/100 mm Cuvette Holder (Optional) Qualitative &quantitative absorption , Spectrometric studies in industrial , agricultural , chemical , biotechnological , forrensic areas
7 UV-VIS. SINGLE BEAM SPECTROPHOTOMETER SYS-118 High resolution, reliable, single beam, manual, Digital Wavelength with 0.1 nm increments, 200 – 900 nm Range, 0.5 nm Bandwidth, Wide range, low noise Photo multiplier tube (PMT) detector, Manual 4 position sample changer, Single Position 20/50 mm Cuvette Holder (Optional) Qualitative &quantitative absorption , Spectrometric studies in industrial , agricultural , chemical , biotechnological ,forrensic areas
8 B.O.D. INCUBATOR BESTO/8620 Inner S. Steel, outer CRCA / GI EPOXY Powder coat finish.,CFC Free PUF in-situ form,Full length inner flexi-glass door for viewing sample. Commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. ... (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) Applications Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
9 TURBIDITY METER SYS-135 Range : 0 – 1000 NTU (Automatic), Readout : 2 Line 16 Character LCD, Data storage : Calibration & Data Stored Micro controller based in Memory,Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of turbidity in water sample
10 C.O.D. DIGESTER  BESTO/7945 Temp. Range: Above and to 180°C or higher Resolution: 1°C, Display: Digital 12 mm Red LED Control,Digital Electronic Temp. Controller, Heater Rating: 750 Watts, Sensor: PT-100 Timer: Selectable 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 min with alarm Hole Size: 40 mm dia. x 80 mm, depth, Glass Tube: 38 mm. dia,15 nos (5 x 3 rows), Sample Volume: 20 ml, each Dimension: 500 W x 270 D x 210 mm H Determination of C.O.D. in water sample
11 AUTO KARL FISCHER TITRIMETER TI-381 Supplied with 250ml Reaction Vessel, Auto Burette (25 x 0.1ml), 500ml Amber Color Reservoir, Dual Platinum Combined Electrode, Teflon Paddle, Teflon Assembly for holding, Electrode, Moisture Trap, Actuator Assembly Auto Karl Fischer Titration Apparatus finds applications in chemistry, research laboratories, pharmaceutical industries for testing to determine ACCURATE MOISTURE IN THE SAMPLE
12 PHOTOELECTRIC CALORIMETER SYS-113 Small convenient sample size of 1 ml only., Long life Broad Spectrum LED Light Source.,Very few controls make for ease of operation.,Compact space saving design.Wavelength : 400 to 700 nm selected by filter mounted on a turrel, Light Source : 6 V LED Measurement of %T(Transmittance),absorbance(abs), conc and K -Factor (K)of sample solution
13 SOIL TESTING KIT   Provided and specified with soil testing reagents , seives, conical flask, petridishes, measuring cylinder, crucible , pH paper, Chart ,filter paper .litmus paper For chemical analysis of soil
14 WATER ANALYSIS KIT SYS-371 A20*2alphanumeric LCD Display,centronic printer interphase with special glass electrode & reference electrode /combined electrode pH, mV / ORP,Conductivity / TDS, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, Colorimeter,Turbidity
15 KJELDAL APPARATUS  INSIF Works on 220V AC 50Hz single phase. Complete with condenser rack, lead fume duct and a pair of hangers, on a mild steel sheet tubular stand. units supplied with individual energy regulators. It works on 220V AC 50Hz. Useful for estimation of Nitrogen contents in substances by digestion
16 SOHXLET APPARATUS BOROSILICATE Dimensional accuracy,Leakage proof,Chemical resistance It has a flask, an extraction chamber, and a condenser. It can be used for solid-liquid extractions.
17 TLC APPARATUS BESTO/TLC-37/7550  Plate rack alluminium, anodised for ten 20x20cm or 20x10cm plates.. Developing tank with lid., Spotting template made of perspex., TLC plates set of f ten 20x10cm ,Glass sprayer with rubber bellow, cap. 100ml, Micro-pipette,Subscriber for marking lines made of stainless steel Used to separate non-volatile mixtures
18 ANALYTICAL BALENCE HST Flat beam with rider using facility Weighing of substances
19 COLORIMETER SYS-115  wide range of wavelength, 400 to 700 nm, is covered with the help of 8 optical filters mounted on a turret, Addotional features off 115 are measurement of concentration (Conc), K-Factor & accuracy to 3 decimals. Measurement of %T(Transmittance),absorbance(abs), conc and K -Factor (K)of sample solution
20 CONDUCTIVITY METER SYS -304 Manual instrument, convenient for routine analysis,Range : 0 µS – 200 mS,Resolution : 0.1µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Manual),Readout : 3 digits LED Determination of conductivity
21 WATER DEIONIZER WASTON-50 Made up iof two chambers -cation exchanger ,anion exchanger Deionized water preparation
22 DIGITAL BALANCE CITIZEN/CY-220 Automatic External calibrationCompiles GLP/GMP Standard.,Dye cast aluminium design for long term stability and accurate results. Weighing substances
23 Vortex Shaker 15WIXJR Supply-220 V, 50 Hz, Single Phase,Fetures -Touch Of finger Simple device used commonly in laboratories to mix small vials of liquid
24 pH Meter MK VI pH Range : 0 – 14, 0.01 pH Resolution, mV Range : 0 - +1999,1 mV Resolution,Temperature compensation : Auto / Manual, Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for pH),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer For measurment of PH of solution 
25 Incubator   While small enough to fit easily on any bench top, the unit’s 0.7 cubic foot chamber can easily accommodate 50-60 standard size (100 mm) agar plates or 15-20 large plates. a thermometer for monitoring chamber temperature. Additional shelves are available. Can also be used for warming IV fluids Growth for anicrobes at different temperature.
26 Hot air oven  CIC Specifications :THERMOSTATIC MODEL -
Inner Size (WxDxH): 355mm x 355mm x 355mm
455mm x 455mm x 455mm
605mm x 605mm x 605mm
605mm x 605mm x more..
In this instrument sterilize any glass ware in laboratory
27 Autoclave 8192B Fast 20 min. sterilizing cycle at 121º c.,Pressure Gauge : Colour coded pressure gauge showing internal chamber conditions during the cycle, Two safety valves, pressure gauge, flexible metal rubbing to exhaust air. Includes outer stand, inner aluminum container, inner tripod stand. This instrument works on moist heat sterization and sterilize laboratory use glass ware, rubber, Microbial media.
28 Electrophoresis DPS2003 Digital Power Supply,Output range : 10–300 V, fully adjustable in 1 V steps,1-200 mA,fully adjustable in 1 mA steps ,Type of output : Constant voltage or constant current
Output terminals : 4 pair recessed banana jacks in parallel
Timer : 1 min–999 min , fully adjustable
Start /Stop Function : Yes
Display : 3-digit LED
Operating conditions : 0–40°C, 0–90% humidity in the absence of condensation
This instrument used for separation of Nuclic acid and protein through their charges( Cation or anion)
29 Laminar air Flow  4FPTC  Sturdy construction,Leak proof,Dimensionally accurate It work on Radiation (UV- rays ) Sterilization. By this perform powring, platting and sterilization.
30 Plant Growth Chamber  TH7004 Mirror – finished Stainless steel interior and coated steel exterior,Forced air circulation,Fluorescent/LED,Finned stainless steel heaters withstands higher humidity levels assuring long life of heaters In Tthis instrument grow the plant and prepare differengt hybrids of plant through providing Nutrients.
31 Digital weighing Balance K ROY Automatic External calibrationCompiles GLP/GMP Standard.,Dye cast aluminium design for long term stability and accurate results. It is used for weighing different ingradience or matter.
32 HPLC SYS-LC-138 Flow Range 0.001 – 9.999 ml/min Delivery Method Double Piston (Main & Auxiliary) Pump Head 10ml SST/Peek analytical Accuracy ± 1% or ± 2µL/min, whichever is grater ± 1% or ± 1µL/min, whichever is greater (Micro) Flow Rate Setting 0 – 0.10 ml/min. 0.001 inc. 0.10 – 0.90 ml/min. 0.010 inc. 1.0 ml/min. +0.10 inc. Precision 0.1% RSD P.max 9999 psi System connections 1/16” capillaries Display 300mm Dimensions 130 mm x 260 mm x 420 mm Weight 11 kg Power In-put 85 to 264 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz. 60 Watts Used to split a mixture of compounds in the fields of analytical chemistry, biochemistry and industrial. The main purposes for using HPLC are for identifying, quantifying and purifying the individual components of the mixture
33 PCR Thermal cycle T-100(Miorel) T100 includes touch screen controls, USB flash drive port, and a ton of built in protocols to choose from. , Commonly used to amplify segments of DNA via thepolymerase chain reaction (PCR).
34 Distillation Unit     Conductivity-0.8-1 μS/cm, pH-6.0-7.0, output-2.0 li/hr Remove different other ions from water by this instrument.
35 Microtome BMT-6 Bottom glass tube,max speed: 3500rpm,type of head : swing out For preparation of slide (Tissue fixation)
36 Turbidity meter Sys -135 Range : 0 – 1000 NTU (Automatic), Readout : 2 Line 16 Character LCD, Data storage : Calibration & Data Stored Micro controller based in Memory,Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of turbidity in water sample
37 Paper chromatography SBCG2 Made of teak wood with glass on all four slides and on top,Internal surface wax coated for solvent resistance Detection of protein Amino Acids
38 B.O.D. Incubator C1/C71B Inner S. Steel, outer CRCA / GI EPOXY Powder coat finish.,CFC Free PUF in-situ form,Full length inner flexi-glass door for viewing sample. Commonly used for applications such as B.O.D. ... (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) Applications Incubators enable end users to determine levels of organic matter and nitrogen in wastewater samples.
39 Conductivity Meter Sys-306 Micro controller base, Range : 0.1 µS – 100 Ms ,Resolution : 0.001 µS, Temperature : 00 C – 1000 C (Auto / Manual),Readout : 7 digits LED (3 digits for Temp. and 4 digits for Cond.),Printer interface for 80 Column D.M. Printer Determination of conductance in sample
RESEARCH

Principal Research Areas of the Department:

Photochemical Analysis, Drug analysis, Organic Synthesis, Analytical & kinetic study, Nano-Chemistry & Synthesis, water & soil analysis, Environmental chemistry, Surface Chemistry, Supra molecular Chemistry, Bio Chemistry & Molecular recognition.
 Total Number of Research Publications of the Department: 272
 Total Number of Books in the Department: 08
 Total Number Book Chapters in the Department: 03
Research Collaboration: 02 (one SERB/DST Funded Project with Central University, Bilaspur & the other MoU with Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, North Western Nigeria for Research resource Sharing).

CEAER: Centre of Excellence for Advanced Environmental Research:

CEAER was established in CVRU by the department of Chemistry in the year 2014 to promote Environmental awareness nationwide. CEAER is committed to ensuring the promotion of Sustainable Development & owes to build capacity in the field of Environmental Science & communication. The CEAER is engaged in research and developments in advanced green technologies, environmental technology & green material synthesis with modification & creation of innovative methodologies and their applications. The centre strives towards developing a world class facility with the resource pool working on the cutting edge and noble fundamental problem related to environmental research.

Centre Head: Dr. Manish Upadhyay, Centre Coordinator: Dr. Jayati Mitra

Members: Dr. Rashmi Verma, Dr. Milan Hait, Dr. Rakesh Kumar Yadav


Title of Research paper/Book/Chapter Name of the author/s Department of the teacher Name of Journal/Conference Title/Publishers Year of publication ISSN number ISSN number/ISBN National/International
Estimation of the Poly-phenol contents in the aqueous extracts of some medicinal plants used as herbal drugs, study their antioxidant activity and therapeutic effects Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Review of Research Journal  2019  2249-894X   2249-894X  National
The Role and Analysis of Organic Matter In Soil and Study the Effect of Road Salt on Soil pH.  Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR) 2019 2348-1269 2348-1269 International
Spectrophotometric analysis and identification of Some β-lactum antibiotic drugs using chromatographic techniques Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Reasearch (JETR) 2019 2349-5162 2349-5162 International
Analysis of the removal efficiency of electrodes for oily waste water treatment in Surajpur area by using the method of electrocoagulation Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Reasearch (JETIR) 2019 2349-5162 2349-5162 International
Issues of Electronic waste on Life: A Reality Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Scholedge International Journal of Multidisciplinary & Allied Studies 2018 2394-336x 2394-336x International
Automated Tricycle for Handicapped Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry IJSER (International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research) Heliyon, Elsevier  2018 2229-5518 2229-5518 International
Preparation of Thermo-modified Tea-Waste and its Use to Study the Heavy Metal Adsorption From Wastewater Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Organization of Scientific Research- Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) 2018 2278-5736 2278-5736 International
Efficient use of Graphene Nano-Platelets for Removal of Antibiotic drug from Aqueous Solution. Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Journal Of Engineering & Science Invention (IJESI)  2018 2319-6734/6726 2319-6734/6726 International
Fate of Antibiotics In The Environment: An Analytical Study Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry IAETSD-JARAS Journal For Advanced Research In Applied Sciences 2017 2394-8442 2394-8442 International
Coupling diazotization method for analysis of chlorpyrifos in environmental and biological samples Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry National Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development 2017 2455-9040 2455-9040 National
Use of Leaves and Barks of Some Plants as Bio-Adsorbents in the Control of Methylene Blue Dye from Waste Water Discharge of some Industries Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Sciences 2016 2319-7625(online) 2229-760X (Print) 2319-7625(online) 2229-760X (Print) National
Analytical Determination of Tricyclic Antidepressant Drug Amitriptyline By Sectrophotometry Using Β-Cyclodextrin-PEG System In Pharmaceutical Form Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science Invention 2016 2319-6718/670X 2319-6718/670X International
Analytical Study For Detection of Fluoride In Drinking Water In Selected Area of Raipur Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Journal of Current Research 2016 0975-833-X 0975-833-X International
Use of Silver Nanoparticles Synthesized Biologically From Morinda Tinctoria Leaf Extract For Degradation Of Methylene Blue Dye Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Journal Of Current Research 2016 0975-833-X 0975-833-X International
Study The Physico-Chemical Parameters In Soil Samples of Kawardha, Chhattisgarh, India Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Journal of Acta Biomedica Scientia 2016 2348-2168/215X 2348-2168/215X International
A Study on the Wastewater Treatment from Antibiotic Production Jayati Chatterjee  Chemistry Journal of Current World Environment 2014 2320-8031/0973-4929 2320-8031/0973-4929 International
Kinetic Isotherm of Amoxicillin Antibiotic through Adsorption and Its Removal by Electro-coagulation Jayati Chatterjee  Chemistry Oriental Journal of Chemistry 2014 2231-5039/0970-020X 2231-5039/0970-020X International
Determination of Cefadroxil Antibiotic by an Analytical Method Jayati Chatterjee  Chemistry IISTE- Journal of Chemical and Process Engineering Research 2013   2225-0913 International
Effect of antibiotics In Wastewater Treatment Jayati Chatterjee  Chemistry International Journal of Innovative Research and Development 2013 2278-0211 2278-0211 National
A Book on Fate of Antibiotics in the Environment: A Brief Overview Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Omniscriptum International Publications,Scholars’ Press (Mauritius)  2018   ISBN: 978-620-2-31277-6 International
Life without Energy: A Thought & its QuickFix:Renewable Energy Sources & Environment (An International Edition)  Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Publication House (IRPH) 2018   ISBN:978-93-87388-19-2 National
E-waste Vs Environment: A Collision:Environment & Energy: Latest Progre Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry International Publication House (IRPH) 2018   ISBN:978-93-87388-11-6 National
Drug Analysis: in the Book Drug Research Review Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry Apple Academic Press (AAP) 2017   ISBN: National
Backbone Supporter for School Bags(Conference Proceedings) Dr. Jayati Chatterjee Mitra Chemistry India International Science Festival(IISF)Young Scientist Conference, Lucknow 2018   Conference Proceedings International
ACHIEVEMENTS (FACULTIES / DEPARTMENTS)
EVENTS
S.No. Name/ Title Of The Event Type/Category (National/International/State level/Departmental) Total No. Participants/Students/Faculties/Others Name of Organizing body/ Sponsoring body Date of the Event & Duration Significance/Importance/Benefit of the Event to the Society/Focussig Area
1 National Workshop in Chemistry on “Technological advancement in chemical sciences” National Workshop 50 Department of chemistry 12/16/2011 Instrumentation skill
2 National Conference on “Advancement & globalization of chemical sciences for man ,material and environment National Conference 180 SPMS & Department of chemistry 9/03/2108-10/03/2018 Material chemistry and environmental protection
3 Ozone Day Celebration Departmental 100-150 Department of chemistry 16 September/every year Awareness on Ozone depletion
4 World Environment Day University level 100-170 Department of chemistry 5 june /every Year Awareness on Environmental Issues
5 Science Exhibition on Science Day University level 200-250 Department of chemistry 28 February/every year Innovation skill
6 Rangoli, Quiz, Collage,Poster & Oral PPt. Presentation University level 200-230 Department of chemistry Every semester Related to theme ofchemistry
7 World Youth Day Celebration University level 100-110 Department of chemistry 12 jan /every year Motivation for youth
8 International Symposia on “Water ,energy and environment for sustainable development goals” International 150-160 Department of chemistry 25/09/2018-26/09/2018 Water ,energy and Environment
9 Guest Lectures University level 150 Department of chemistry Every semester ( 2-4 times) Knowledgeexchange
10 Industrial Visits & Education/Study Tours University level 75 Narmada Cold Drinks,Bilaspur Every semester Use of laboratory skill in industry
Bhagavati Power Plant, BilaspurNova
Sponge Iron, Dagori 1st to 15th Mar’2015
11 Two days National Workshop on Sustainable Development & Environment National Level 200 CEE (Center for Environment & Energy) Pune & Auropath with CVRU Department of chemistry 7 & 8 th June 2019 Sustainable Development & Environment
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