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Year of Establishment : 1952

The D. G. Ruparel College is a premier educational institution, established in 1952, and the Department of Chemistry has been there since inception. 03 faculty members from Chemistry department have graced the post of Principal of the college. 1. Late. Dr. N.V. Bhide (1965 to 1970), 2.Late. Dr. B.R. Shinde (1979 to 1985), 3.Dr. P.P. Kulkarni (2006 to 2010)

The department is university Centre for PG lectures of M.Sc.-II Organic Chemistry. The teacher of the department use conventional and computer aided pedagogical methods to make learning easy and effective. Research is an integrated part in the department of Chemistry. Several research projects have been computed by the staff and students. Faculty members as well as graduate and postgraduate students of the department publish their research work in various international and national journals. The faculty members regularly organize and also attend workshops/conferences/seminars. Field visits to Research Institutes / Organizations are also facilitated to bridge the gap between academics and market requirement.

‘CHEMARC’– Chemistry Association of Ruparel College is an Association of the department. Invited talks, competitions, career guidance, training and workshops are some of the activities conducted under this Association. The department has a departmental library having more than 335 reference books to facilitate easy access to the study material.

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Teaching Staff

Board Person Name
Mr. Sanjay Anant Mahimkar

Head of the Department , Associate Professor
M. Sc.
Specialization : Physical Chemistry

Board Person Name
Ms. Apurva Ashok Patkar

Associate Professor
M. Sc.
Specialization : Organic Chemistry

Board Person Name
Dr. Krishnakant Tatyaba Waghmode

Professor and Research guide for Ph.D. and M.Sc. by Research.
M.Sc. , Ph. D., SET, GATE
Specialization : Organic Chemistry

Board Person Name
Dr. Ms. Jyoti Vinod Patil

Associate Professor
M.Sc., Ph.D., DHE
Specialization : Physical Chemistry

Board Person Name
Dr. Kshitij Jairam Chavan

Assistant Professor
M.Sc., Ph.D., SET
Specialization : Organic Chemistry

Board Person Name
Dr. Ms. Vaishali Hemant Rajurkar

Assistant Professor
M.Sc. , B.Ed., Ph.D.
Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry

Board Person Name
Ms. Namrata Namdeo Desai

Assistant Professor
Specialization : Analytical Chemistry

Board Person Name
Ms. Kanchan Yadav

Assistant Professor
M.Sc., SET
Specialization : Analytical Chemistry

Board Person Name
Ms. Ashwini Khanvilkar

Assistant Professor
M.Sc., SET
Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry

Board Person Name
Ms. Prachi Gawankar

Assistant Professor
M.Sc., SET
Specialization : Physical Chemistry



F. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry. Semester - I & Semester - II

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S. Y. B. Sc. Chemistry. Semester - III & Semester - IV

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T. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry(Applied Component : Heavy and Fine Chemicals)

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T. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry(Inorganic Chemistry)

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T. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry(Physical Chemistry)

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T. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry(Organic Chemistry)

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T. Y. B. Sc.Chemistry(Analytical Chemistry)

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Master of Science (Chemistry) - Physical

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Master of Science (Chemistry) - Inorganic

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Master of Science (Chemistry) - Organic

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Master of Science (Chemistry) - Analytical

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F. Y. B. Sc.
Semester - I & Semester - II

Paper - I / II (General Chemistry) :
Unit-I : Physical Chemistry
Unit-II : Inorganic Chemistry and
Unit-III : Organic Chemistry.

S. Y. B. Sc.
Semester - III & Semester - IV

Paper - I / II (General Chemistry) :
Unit-I : Physical Chemistry
Unit-II : Inorganic Chemistry and
Unit-III : Organic Chemistry.
Paper - III : Basics of Analytical Chemistry

T. Y. B. Sc.
Semester - V & Semester - VI

  • Applied Component : Heavy and Fine Chemicals
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry

M. Sc.
  • Master of Science (Chemistry) (By Papers)
  • Physical
  • Inorganic
  • Organic
  • Analytical
  • Master of Science(Chemistry) (By Research)
  • Ph. D. (Chemistry)


Department of Chemistry of D.G. Ruparel College has Mumbai University recognized research centre for Ph.D. and M.Sc. by research in Chemistry

Dr. Krishnakant T.Waghmode

M.Sc. Ph.D., SET., GATE, Organic Chemistry Professor and Research Guide for Ph.D. and M. Sc.by research in Chemistry
  • Area of research interest:
    • Heterocyclic Chemistry
    • Green Chemical Methodologies
    • Catalysis, Phase Transfer Catalysis, Triphase catalysis
    • Microwave-assisted organic reactions
    • Multistep organic Synthesis And newer methods in organic synthesis
  • Research publications :
    1. An Efficient Straightforward Synthesis Of Antidepressant Drug Moclobemide, Santoshkumar M. PotdarAnd Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Asian Journal Of Medicinal And Organic Chemistry(AJOMC), Santoshkumar M. PotdarAnd Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Vol. 5, No. 5 (2020), 174-178.
    2. New Strategy For Synthesis Of Anticancer Active Piperastrol, Enastron Using Ammonium Sulfocyanate, Santoshkumar M. Potdar*A, Aishwarya R. Deshmukh, Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Letters In Organic Chemistry, 2021, 18, 1-4
    3. New 3-(2-(2-Phenyl-1H-Benzo [D] Imidazol-1-yl) Acetyl)-2H-Chromen-2-One Analogues as Potential Antimicrobial Agents, Shailesh S. Gurav* And Krishnakant T. Waghmode, World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research,Volume 9, Issue 13, 864-875.
    4. Synthesis And Antibacterial Study Of Thiadiazole Substituted Benzimidazole Derivatives, World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research,Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Vishal Jadhav And Bandoba T. Nikam, World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 10, Issue 3, 1572-1578.
    5. Green Synthesis Of Pharmacologically Active Piperazine Substituted Schiff Bases And Their Antimicrobial Activities, Krishnakant T Waghmode* And Bandoba T. Nikam, Der Pharma Chemica, 2021, 13(2): 71-35
    6. Efficient And Facile Synthesis Of Benzimidazole Induced Schiff Bases And Their Potent Antibacterial Activity And Computational Study, Shailesh S. Gurav, Krishnakant T. Waghmode, And Bandoba T. Nikam, Asian Journal Of Chemistry; Vol. 33, No. 6 (2021), 1261-1266,,
    7. Trans-Esterification with Homogeneous Acid Catalyst -Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulfonic Acid for Biodiesel Production, Krishnakant T. Waghmode* and Uday M.Ratnaparkhi., International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019, 662-668, ISSN: 2319-7064.
    8. Repurposing n-butyl stannoic acid as highly efficient catalyst for direct amidation of carboxylic acids with amines, Santoshkumar M. Potadar , Anil S. Mali, Krishnakant T. Waghmode1 , Ganesh U. Chaturbhuj, Tetrahedron Letters, 2018,59 4582–4586,
    9. Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Ferrocene Derivatives, Krishnakant T. Waghmode, IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC),2 018,2278-5736.Volume 11, Issue 12 Ver. I (December. 2018), PP 62-65.
    10. Microwave Promoted Synthesis of Pharmacologically Active Pyrazolidinonyl Derivatives of Benzothiazoles. Krishnakant T. Waghmode* and Prachi K. Shinde, Der PharmaChemica,2017, 9(22):47-49, ISSN 0975-413X CODEN (USA): PCHHAX
    11. Esterification of stearic acid for biodiesel production in the presence of homogeneous milder organic acid as a catalyst.,KrishnakantT.Waghmode* and UdayM.Ratnaparkhi., Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(8):469-473, ISSN : 0975-7384 CODEN(USA) : JCPRC5, Peer reviewed with impact factor 0.75
    12. Synthesis and Antibacterial activity of 2-aminobenzimidazole derivatives.,Krishnakant T. Waghmode* and Prachi K. Shinde, IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC)2278-5736.Volume 10, Issue 7 Ver. III (July. 2017), PP 86-89., e-ISSN:2278-5736
    13. Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Substituted Benzothiazole Derivatives, Krishnakant T. Waghmode* and Prachi K. Shinde, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 7, Issue 8, August 2017., ISSN 2250-3153.
    14. Microwave assisted Synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-thione derivatives of thiadiazole., Krishnakant T. Waghmode* and Pradip D. Parmar, IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) Volume 10, Issue 9 Ver. I (September. 2017), 58-60, e-ISSN: 2278-5736
    15. Synthesis, Characterization And Antibacterial Study Of Thiadiazole Derivatives, Krishnakant T. Waghmode*1and Vishal U. Jadhav1,Int J Pharma Bio Sci 2017 October; 8(4): (P) 120-124 , ISSN 0975-6299
    16. Microwave Promoted Solvent –Free Beginelli Reaction for one Pot Synthesis of Dihydropyrimidin-2-(1H)-ones catalyxed by sulfamic acid., KrishnakantT.Waghmode, Dileep Khandekar, Nandini R. Pai., Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 23, No. 12 (2011), 5217-5219
    17. Microwave promoted synthesis of pharmacologically active Schiff bases of indolo [2, 3-b] quinoxaline.,Nandini R. Pai*, and Krishnakant. T. Waghmode, Der PharmaChemica, 4 (2):622-625., 2012, ISSN 0975-413X CODEN (USA): PCHHAX.
    18. Comparative study of O-butylation of phenols under biphasic versus triphasic condition by using tetrabutyl ammonium hydrogen sulphate as Phase transfer catalyst, Nandini R. Pai*, Krishnakant. T. Waghmode, Ganesh. S. Pathre ,Elixir Org. Chem, 45 (2012) 7890-7892. ISSN :2229-712X
    19. Microwave assisted synthesis of Pharmacologically active N-phenyl acetamide derivatives of indolo [2, 3-b] quinoxaline, Nandini R. Pai* and Krishnakant T. Waghmode, International Journal of Pharmacy(IOSRPHR) ,Vol.2, Issue 1, 2012, pp.102-105., ISSN: 2250-3013
    20. S-Alkylation of thiophenol under biphasic versus triphasic PTC condition using Tetrabutyl Ammonium Bromide as a Phase Transfer Catalyst, Nandini R. Pai* and Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2012, 4(3):1589-1591., ISSN : 0975-7384 CODEN(USA) : JCPRC5.
    21. Conventional and Greener approach for the synthesis of some pharmacologically active derivatives substituted with thiazolidines substituted with Indolo[2,3-b]quinoxaline., Krishnakant T. Waghmode, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research,2014,6(5),1101-1105, ISSN : 0975-7384 CODEN(USA) : JCPRC5
  • Research Papers Presented :
    1. A research paper entitle “Synthesis of Indolo-quinoxaline derivatives and their biological behavior” was presented in the International Congress of Chemistry and Environment (ICCE-2009) held at Ubonratchathani, Thailand from 21st to 23rd January 2010.
    2. Presented Research paper entitled “Microwave promoted synthesis of biologically active compounds” in the Research Scholar Meet organized by Indian Chemical Society and SIES College Mumbai on 17th and 18th February 2012.
    3. Research poster entitled “Synthesis of N'-[phenyl (phenyldiazenyl) methylene] Isonicotinohydrazides derivative its Chromatographic separation, characterization by spectroscopic methods and study of its biological behaviour” was presented in CONCHEM-2014: National conference entitled Societal impact of Chemistry vision 2020 organized by Department of Chemistry D.G.Ruparel College, Mumbai, India on 12th and 13th September 2014.
    4. Presented Research poster entitled “Microwave-Assisted Rapid, Efficient and Facile Synthesis of Some Substituted Pyrazole Derivatives and their spectral Characterization” was presented in the National Conference on "Green Technologies in Day-to-Day Life" (NGT 2017) on Saturday, Feb.18, 2017, at Gurunanak College Mumbai.
    5. Presented Research poster entitled “Microwave Promoted One-Pot Multicomponent Synthesis of Dihydropyrimidin-2-(1H)-ones and Thiones.” In National Conference on Modern research trends in Chemistry and Allied Sciences (NCMRTC-2017) on Saturday, Feb.25, 2017 at JSM College Alibag.
    6. Presented Research poster entitled “Facile One-Pot Multicomponent Biginelli Reaction for the Synthesis of Dihydropyrimidinones and Thiones” in the National conference entitled Emerging trends in Science on Saturday, March04, 2017 at Acharya College Mumbai.
    7. Presented Research poster entitled “Synthesis and characterization of some N'-{(1)-substituted phenyl [phenyldiazenyl] methylene} isonicotinohydrazide derivatives” in the National conference entitled Emerging trends in material Sciences(ETIMS) sponsored by Board of Nuclear Science (BINS) on Saturday, January 13, 2018, at V.G.Vaze College, Mulund, Mumbai.
    8. National Conference -Synthesis Characterization and antibacterial activity of some coumarin induced benzimidazole derivatives, Wilson College Mumbai and University of Mumbai, Oral Presentation on 01.02.2020.
    9. National Conference entitled Advances in Chemical Sciences and Sustainable Development (ACSSD-2021), 3-(2-(2-alkyl-1H-benzo[d]imidazol-1-yl) acetyl)-2H-chromen-2-one derivatives as Potential Antimicrobial Agents, B.N. Bandodkar College of Science, Thane on 6th March 2021
    10. International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Sciences (ICFAS2021), Paper presented on 4th March 2021 to 26th March 2021 at Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan’s Hazarimal Somani College Mumbai, Practical, Eco-friendly Synthesis of 3-(2-(2-Phenyl-1H-benzo[d]imidazol-1-yl) acetyl)-2Hchromen-2-one Derivatives and their Computational and Antibacterial Screening
  • Research Projects :
    1. Mumbai University Minor Research Project: 2020-21
      Ref No. AAMS/ICD/106 of 2021, 23d July, 2021.
      Title: “Synthesis, characterization & biological studies of analogues of [1,2,4] triazolo [3,4-b] [1,3,4] thiadiazole analogues”
    2. 23d July, 2021UGC minor research project: For two years 2017-18,2018-19
      Sanctioned amount: 1,80000/-
      UGC approval Letter: No.F.47-1199/14(General/7WRO)XII Plan No. and Date: Date 29 June 2017
      Title of the Research Project: “Synthesis of N’-{(1)-substituted phenyl [phenyldiazenyl]methylene} isonicotinohydrazides and 4-[5-(alkyl thio)-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl] pyridinecompounds their Chromatographic separation, characterization by spectroscopicmethods and study of their biological behavior”
    3. Mumbai University Minor Research Project: 2016-17
      317/- Ref No. APD/237/429 of 2017, dated 16th January 2017.
      Title: Synthesis, characterization &biological studies of N-[O- acetoxyalkalidene]Isonicotinohydrazide analogues of carbohydrates.
    4. Mumbai University Minor Research Project: 2006-07
      Amount 20000/-
      Minor research project ref No.APD/23724 of 2007 dated 14 January 2007, Research project No.94.
      Title: Green Chemical processes intensification of reaction rates and Selectivities

  • Dr. Vaishali H. Rajurkar

    M.Sc., B.Ed., Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry Research Guide for M.Sc. by Research
    Area of Interest in Research :
    • Material Sciences
    • Solid State Chemistry
  • Research Publications in National & International Journals :
    1. “Synthesis, Characterization And Antimicrobial Activity Of New Cobalt (II), Nickel (II)and Copper (II) Complexes with 2-(2-hydroxy-1, 2-diphenylethylideneamino) benzoicRecentPhotographacid” published in ‘Inorganic Chemistry Communications’ Volume 14, Issue 5,(2011), Pages 618-621.
    2. “Synthesis Spectral Characterization and Biological Studies of Cr (ІІІ), Mn (ІІ) AND Fe(ІІ) Complexes with Diacetylmonoxime” published in ‘Oriental Journal of Chemistry’,Volume.26, no. 2, (2010) pages 573-580.
    3. “Synthesis, Spectral and Biological Studies of New Mn(II)and Fe(II) Complexes of 2,3-Butanedione 3-monoxime”,V. H. RAJURKAR ‘Oriental Journal of Chemistry’, 2014,Vol. 30 No.-4, Pages-1847-1854. ISSN: 0970-020 X.
    4. “Synthesis, Spectral and Biological Studies of New Mn(II)and Fe(II) Complexes of 2,3-Butanedione 3-monoxime”,V. H. RAJURKAR ‘Oriental Journal of Chemistry’,Jan.2015, Vol. 31 No.-4, Pages-561-567. ISSN: 0970-020 X(print), 221-5039(Online).
    5. “Synthesis And Characterization Of Non-Alcoholic Hand Washer By Using NaturalHerbs”, published in International Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 05, issue 04April 2016, ISSN No. 2277-8179, Index Copernicus (IC) value-69.48.
    6. “A research paper titled, ‘Biosynthesis and XRD Analysis Of Zinc Nanoparticles”,published in Indian Journal of Applied Research, vol. 07, issue 07 April 2016, ISSNNo. 2249-555X, Index Copernicus (IC) value-79.96
  • Research Papers Published in National / International Seminars / Workshops :
    1. Poster presentation entitled as “Synthesis And Characterization Of Solid State Cr(ІІІ)Mn(ІІ) And Fe(ІІ) Complexes Of Diacetylmonoxime in the National Seminar on“Advanced Synthetic Methodologies and Functional Materials” (ASMFM) heldon 23rd- 24th December, 2009 by Department of Chemistry, Shivaji University,Kolhapur, 416004, Kolhapur.
    2. Paper presentation entitled as “Quantisation of silver from hyposolution by AtomicAbsorption spectroscopy” in the National Seminar on “Latest Technologies &Their Applications in Forensic Science and Digital Forensics” held on 6-7th March2012 by Institute of Forensic Science, Mumbai, 400032.
    3. Poster presentation in U.G.C. (W.R.O. Pune) & C.S.I.R., New Delhi Sponsored twoday National Seminar on “Recent Trends In Thin Flim Technology”, (14--15thNov.2008), Walchand College Of Arts And Science, Solapur.
    4. Poster presentation in U.G.C. (W.R.O. Pune) & C.S.I.R., New Delhi Sponsored twoday National Conference CONCHEM on “Societal impact of chemistry vision-2020” (12--13th Sept. 2014), D. G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and commerce,Mumbai.
    5. Presented and published a research paper in International Multidisciplinaryconference at SonubaiBaswant College, Shahapur ,entitled “Synthesis,characterization and biological studies of Mn (II) complexes with 2,3-butanedione 3-monoxime and 3/4 hydroxyphenyl”
    6. Presented a research paper entitled, “Synthesis, characterization and biologicalactivities of Mn(ll) and Fe(ll) complexes of 2,3-butanediomonoxime”, in NationalConference, ‘Resent Trends in Material Sciences on 13th Jan 2018 conducted byVaze College , Mulund.
    7. Presented a paper entitled, “ Textile Industry and Market Growth in India”, inNational Conference on ‘Paridhan’ organised by History Department, D. G.Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce on 28th Sept 2018.
  • Research Projects Completed :
    1. Completed one Minor Research Project of University of Mumbai entitled,‘Biosynthesis, Characterization and Biological activity of Zinc Oxide NanoparticlesUsing Root Extract of Zingiber Officinale’ in the year 2016-17.
    2. Completed one Minor Research Project of R’Quest, D.G.Ruparel College, entitled,‘Synthesis, characterization and biological activity of Zinc Oxide (ZnO)Nanoparticles’, in the year 2016-17.
    3. Completed two small projects under ‘Avishkar’, a University Research Convention,One of the research project is selected in State level.


‘CHEMARC’– Chemistry Association of Ruparel College is an Association of the department. Invited talks, competitions, career guidance, training and workshops are some of the activities conducted under this Association. The department has a departmental library having more than 335 reference books to facilitate easy access to the study material.

4th August 2018 : Felicitation of Meritorious T. Y. B. Sc. students and Talk on "Career Opportunities after Chemistry"

25th August 2018 : Talk on Overview on "Competitive Examinations" by CHEMARC

22nd August 2019 : “Chemistry....My ladder in the Corporate World”

A talk on “Chemistry....My ladder in the Corporate World” by Dr Uday Pandit,Former Head, Manufacturing & Projects – Construction Chemicals, BASF – India, was organized with the purpose of motivating the students by enlightening them on Success of a person from middle class background reaching great heights after B.Sc. Chemistry, to make them aware of Industry trends and requirements & to make them think of Entrepreneurship as an option to consider. The guest speaker spoke about his progress in the industry, gave an insight on industry trends and made them aware of how government of India is encouraging Entrepreneurship. He had an interactive session with the students, Clarifying their apprehensions and doubts.

21st September 2019 : “Tips for rising to the top with Chemistry as a Career”

Felicitation of Meritorious T Y BSc & M.Sc. students and Talk on “Tips for rising to the top with Chemistry as a Career” byDr.P.Chobe, Ex GM BASF was organized to recognize the efforts of our past students for performing well in their final year and to motivate current students to work hard and achieve O/A grade. The objective was also to expose them to a senior person from the industry, who could guide them on various career opportunities after graduation in Chemistry .The achievers were awarded certificates and were given a small token for recognition of their hard work.

CHEMANAND 2020 :28/01/2020 to 29/01/2020

CHEMANAND 2020, an intercollegiate festival of Chemistry was organized with a theme ‘Never Refuse to Reuse' to inculcate interest in Chemistry,to make students realize their potential at various creative as well as technical levels &to show how learning can be enjoyable and fun -linked.The events organized were Chem Quiz, Chem Rangoli, Chem Sing Song, Chem Charades, Chem Housie & Chem Hunt. External judges were invited for each event so as to ensure an unbiased result. Students were delegated independent charge for organizing various events.
The festival was a grand success witnessing over 430 participants in all, from colleges across Mumbai namely Jai Hind ,K.C, Kirti, R.D.National, Bhavans, Thakur and many more.Each participant, each volunteer witnessed a plethora of chemistry as well as compliance with the theme REUSE in all the events that were conducted.It was ensured that there is minimal use of paper and plastic. 44 minds worked together to make all the decorations out of old newspapers, discarded plastic bottles, discarded CDs, wires, waste pens etc. Unimaginable Creativity !Moreover, each event conducted over the two days involved detailed chemistry.
CHEMANAND 2020 was indeed a grand success !!!

Star College Scheme

Under the prestigious DBT Star College Scheme, of the Department of Biotechnology Government of India the Department of Chemistry has received the grant for conducting Various activities for the Undergraduate students.
DBT star College scheme was implemented by the Department of Chemistry during the years 2019 to 2022.
Key Objectives of DBT Star College Scheme are as follows:

  • To encourage Undergraduate students to carry out interdisciplinary research projects based on applications of Chemistry in daily life.
  • To introduce new practicals for Undergraduate students to enhance the learning applications of key concepts.
  • To conduct summer training for students in the form of “Certificate Course in Food and Drug Analysis”
  • To organize visits to Research Laboratories / Industries.
  • To organize workshops/talks by experts.

Activities :
  • Various practicals were conducted and small Interdisciplinary research projects were assigned to the undergraduate students of FY, SY and TYBSc.
  • Learning outcomes from research projects:
    • Students were exposed to the process of carrying out relevant small research projects, collecting experimental data, analyzing the results and deriving conclusions.
    • Students were exposed to small interdisciplinary research projects.
  • Summer Training
    • Programme : Certificate Course In Food And Drug Analysis
    • Venue : D.G.Ruparel College, Mumbai
    • Date : 20/04/2020 to 28/04/2020
    • No. of Students : 30
  • Industrial Visits :
    • Visit to IRMRA, Thane: 20th Feb 2020
      (82 Students + 4 Faculties): Various sophisticated Analytical instruments were demonstrated to students, some of them are LCMS, GCMS, IR, AAS, FES etc
  • Visit to Parle-G factory Khopoli : 24th Feb 2020
    • 52 Students + 3 facultiesvisited Parle-G
  • Guest lectures
    • “Technology In Bhabha Atomic Research Centre” On 17th February 2020, by Shri R. K. Singh Head, Media Relations and Public Awareness Section, BARC
    • “Use Of Chemistry in The Pharmaceutical Industry-overview On Drug Discovery and Design” On 20th March 2021 (Online Using Google Meet), by Dr. Elvis Martis, Assistant Professor, Bombay College Of Pharmacy.
    • *Technology In Bhabha Atomic Research Centre” On 17th February 2020
  • Exhibitions conducted:Technology in Bhabha Atomic Research Centre