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BS Chemistry

This program introduces students to the basics and the latest developments in the field of chemistry. All major chemistry courses are supported with practical’s in the lab to reinforce the concepts studied in theory and to develop further understanding of the subject. The courses are taught by a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, practical activities, visits to relevant laboratories, industries and research organizations. The students undertake internships in concerned organizations during the summer vacations in the final year to acquire work experience. The program of study is designed to prepare students for higher learning in this field; to work as professionals with an ability to classify the elements of chemistry and applications thereof, in academia or in chemical, petrochemical, metallurgical, ceramic, biomedical industries and in research institutions.

For national development and progress, the role of Chemistry can hardly be neglected. It is the cornerstone of all industry, environmental and health issues, untapped natural resources, their discovery, and enhancement of quality etc. The vision is to achieve the highest possible standard of scholarship, teaching and research in Chemistry and to develop a curriculum which is need based; with periodical upgrading and modifications considering the global changes, national requirements, and international competitiveness. The department is determined to inculcate the habit of working in groups among the students to acquire respect for values, ethics, and leadership qualities; as a result, appreciation for teamwork automatically follows suit.

The mission of BS Chemistry is to produce learned Graduates in Chemistry who can serve the chemical industry and academia of the country with devotion and may excel in higher studies, by providing the students good theoretical knowledge along with the practical and instrumental skills.

Admission Requirments

Qualifications:

FA/F.Sc with minimum 60% marks OR A-level in three main subjects (no subsidiary) with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR Grade 12 with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate.

Degree Requirments

To receive BS Chemistry degree, a student must complete a total of 134 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.50.

Road Map

Semester 1
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Introductory Physical Chemistry 4
2 Core English – I 3
3 Core Islamic Studies / Core Ethics 2
4 General General – I 3
5 General General – II 3
Total 15
Semester 2
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry 4
2 Core English – II 3
3 Core Pakistan Studies 2
4 Core Mathematics 3
5 General General – III 3
6 General General – IV 3
Total 18
Semester 3
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry 4
2 Core English – II 3
3 Core Pakistan Studies 2
4 Core Mathematics 3
5 General General – III 3
6 General General – IV 3
Total 18
Semester 4
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Environmental Chemistry 3
2 Major Basics of Analytical Chemistry 3
3 Major Fundamentals of Industrial Chemistry 2
4 Major Introduction to Biochemistry 2
5 Core Introduction to Computers 3
Total 13
Semester 5
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Stereochemistry and Conformational Analysis 4
2 Major Data Handling and Atomic Spectroscopy 4
3 Major Chemistry of Transition Elements 4
4 Major Introductory Quantum Mechanics and Electrochemistry 4
Total 16
Semester 6
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Industrial Chemistry 3
2 Major π- Acceptor Ligands and Non-Aqueous Solvents 4
3 Major Chemical Kinetics and Nuclear Chemistry 4
4 Major Structure and Reactivity 4
5 Major Research Methodology 3
Total 18
Semester 7
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Specialization Course I 3
2 Major Specialization Course II 3
3 Major Specialization Course III 3
4 Major Lab 1
5 Major Elective – I 3
6 Major Data Analysis & Report Writing 3
7 Major Internship 3
Total 19
Semester 8
Sr. No. Course Type Course Title Cr. Hrs.
1 Major Specialization Course IV 3
2 Major Specialization Course V 3
3 Major Specialization Course VI 3
4 Major Lab 1
5 Major Elective – II 3
6 Major Research Report 6
Total 19
Category Credit Hours
Core 19
Major 94
General 21
Total 134
Specialization Name Course Name Credit Hours
Analytical Spectroscopic and Electro Analytical Techniques 3
Chromatographic Techniques 3
Separation Techniques other than Chromatography -I 3
Advance Lab Analytical Chemistry; Chromatography 1
Spectroscopic Methods in Analytical Chemistry 3
Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectroscopy and Thermogravimetry 3
Separation Techniques other than Chromatography-II 3
Inorganic Organometallics and Bioinorganic Chemistry 3
Chemistry of Oxides and Inorganic Polymers 3
Stereochemistry of main group compounds and Symmetry 3
Advance Lab Inorganic Chemistry; Chromatography and Colorimetry 1
Organic Reagents in Inorganic Analysis and Radiochemistry 3
Advancements in Inorganic Chemistry 3
Inorganic Reaction Mechanism and Magnetochemistry 3
Organic Oxidation and Reduction Reactions 3
Organic Reaction Intermediates 3
Organic Spectroscopy-I 3
Advance Lab Organic Chemistry; Separation of Ternary Mixtures 1
Pericyclic Reactions and Molecular Rearrangements 3
Substitution and Elimination Reactions 3
Organic Spectroscopy–II 3
Advance Lab Organic Chemistry; Separation of Organic Mixtures by Chromatography 1
Physical Statistical Thermodynamics and Molecular Spectroscopy 3
Advance Electrochemistry and Symmetry 3
Polymer Chemistry 3
Advance Lab Physical Chemistry; Analytical Techniques in Physical Chemistry 1
Advance Quantum and Surface Chemistry 3
Reaction Dynamics 3
Radiation and Photochemistry 3
Advance Lab Physical Chemistry; Advanced Kinetics Determination in Physical Chemistry 1

Active Citizenship Program

Active Citizenship program offered by Kinnaird College in collaboration with British Council and HEC is a social leadership training program that promotes intercultural dialogue and community-led social development. It is a mandatory requirement for the completion of underGraduate degree and based on two semesters. All students will study the theoretical portion through different activities starting in their 3rd semester. They will plan their social action projects in 4th semester and implement it in the field.