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Course Description:

 

ANALYTICAL/INORGANIC CHEMISTRY:

Course Code

Title of Course

Credits

   C-600 Advanced Molecules Spectroscopy 3 Credits
   C-601 Diffraction Methods on Analysis 3 Credits
   C-602 Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-603 Advanced Analytical Instrumental Technologies. 3 Credits
   C-604 Advanced Thermal Analysis. 3 Credits
   C-605 Environmental chemistry 3 Credits
   C-606 Analysis and Characterization of Polymers. 3 Credits
   C-607 Applied Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. 3 Credits
   C-608 Seminar in Analytical Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-621 Inorganic Electronic Spectroscopy 3 Credits
   C-622 Kinetics and Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions 3 Credits
   C-623 Organo-transition Metal Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-624 Bio-Inorganic Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-625 Physical Methods in Inorganic chemistry 3 Credits
   C-626 Special topics in Inorganic chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-628 Advanced Applied Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-629 Seminar in Inorganic Chemistry. 3 Credits

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY:

Course Code

Title of Course

Credits

   C-640 Modern Trends in Organic Synthesis 3 Credits
   C-641 Advanced Stereochemistry 3 Credits
   C-642 Physic Organic Chemistry & Reaction Mechanism 3 Credits
   C-643 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Organic Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-644 Chemistry of Primary Metabolites 3 Credits
   C-645 Chemistry of Secondary Metabolites 3 Credits
   C-646 chemistry of Glycosides. 3 Credits
   C-647 Biosynthesis of Natural Products 3 Credits
   C-648 Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds 3 Credits
   C-649 Reactive Intermediates in Organic Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-650 Advanced Heterocylic Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-651 Mass Spectrometry 3 Credits
   C-652 Organic Photochemistry 3 Credits
   C-653 Organic Polymer Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-654 Pericyclic Reactions: Theory and Applications 3 Credits
   C-655 Special Topics in Organic Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-656 Seminar in Organic chemistry 3 Credits

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY:

Course Code

Title of Course

Credits

   C-660 Physical Chemistry of High Polymers 3 Credits
   C-661 quantum Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-662 Electrode Process 3 Credits
   C-664 Chemical Kinetics 3 Credits
   C-665 Molecular Spectroscopy 3 Credits
   C-666 Radiation Chemistry and Phtochemistry 3 Credits
   C-667 Surface and Colloidal Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-668 Solution Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-669 Chemistry of Advanced composite Materials 3 Credits
   C-670 Statistical Mechanism 3 Credits
   C-671 Solid state and Semiconductors. 3 Credits
   C-672 Special Topics in Advanced Physical Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-673 Special Topics in Advanced Physical Chemistry. 3 Credits
   C-674 Seminar in Physical Chemistry 3 Credits
   C-991 Dissertation Research 25 Credits

 

Applying:

 

           Admissions are opened twice a year for this course normally in January and August. The University shall call for this admission applications through proper media each year. M.Phil program shall be open only to persons selected as Junior Research Assistants by the University. To be eligible for selection as a Junior Research Assistant, a candidate:        

  • Must have good character.
  • Must have obtained 1st division in M.Sc./B.Sc.
  • Should not have obtained 3rd division in B.A./B.Sc. or M.A. /M.Sc.
  • In case of a 3rd division in F.A./F.Sc. the candidate should have obtained 1st division in both B.A./B.Sc. and M.A./M.Sc.


         The application forms can be collected from Manager, Bookbank/Book Shop of the University by paying a fee of Rs.100/-. Those wishing to apply shall have to submit properly filled-in admission application forms to the admission office of the University by the last date advertised for such a purpose.

          Eligibility Criteria for this course is:

  • Physical, Organic and Inorganic/ Analytical M.Sc. degree in relevant subjects from any recognized University.
  • Candidates who have studied Mathematics in M.Sc. or B.Sc./F.Sc. will get preference for admission in physical and Inorganic /Analytical Chemistry.

          Each JRA shall be selected on the basis of cumulative merit to be determined from previous academic record and written and oral tests. The allocation of marks for determining merit shall be as follows:-

Academic Record 55 marks
Admissions Test 35 marks
Interview 10 marks
  • Table showing distributions of marks allotted to the academic record shall be as under:
      

    1st Division

    2nd Division

    3rd Division

    M.A./M.Sc. 20

    to be Distributed according to % of marks obtained

    Zero
    B.A./B.Sc. 20 13 Zero
    F.A/F.Sc. 15 10 Zero
  • The selection of each JRA shall be approved by the advanced studies and research board after a candidate has qualified in the written and interview conducted by the Selection Committee of the department concerned.
  • The Selection Committee for each Department shall be constituted by the Vice-Chancellor in consultation with the Chairman of the Department.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES:

  • In case of incorrect information/concealment of facts, University will have the right to refuse/cancel an admission or expel a student.
  • Copies of the following documents should accompany the application:
  1. Matric Certificate.
  2. Intermediate certificate and Detailed Marks Certificate.
  3. Bachelor's degree and Detailed Marks Certificate.
  4. Master's degree and Detailed Marks Certificate.
  5. Character Certificate from the institution last attended.
  6. Domicile Certificate of the Candidate.
  7. No Objection Certificate (in case of in-service candidate).
  8. I.D. Card of Candidate.
  • Originals must be produced later, when required.
  • Foreign students must route their applications through the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan.

GENERAL CONDITIONS:

  • M.Phil program shall be open only to persons selected as Junior Research Assistants by the University.
  • The requirements for the M.Phil. degree shall normally be completed within four consecutive semesters.
  • The requirements for the M.Phil. degree shall comprise Course work and Dissertation.
  • The course credit shall normally be completed within the first two semesters. The course requirements for each department shall be 24 credits.
  • Dissertation of 26 credits based on research shall normally be completed by the end of the fourth semester.
  • A course of one credit mean one hour of s.
  • The chairman of each department shall forward within seven days of  the commencement of the semester classes all the registration of courses cards to the Controller of Examinations. The JRA can change/drop course(s) within fifteen days from the date of commencement of semester on the recommendations of the teacher and the Chairman of the Department concerned.
  • A JRA must register in at least 50% of the credit courses in the first semester and the remaining credits in the second semester.

                The following Application Forms are not yet operational but in near future you will be able to apply through them. This form should be printed and filled in triplicate and submitted before the due date and according to the procedure laid down by the University for that purpose.

Click ADMISSIONS  for more information about admission procedures

 

Faculty List:
 

PROFESSOR/CHAIRMAN:

Dr. Muhammad Saleem

PROFESSORS:

Dr. Mrs.Mashooda Hasan
Dr. Mahboob Mohammad
Dr. Nasir Ahmad
Dr. Mrs. Roshan Ahmad
Dr.P. K. Butt
Dr. Athar Yaseen Khan
Dr. M. Jaffar
Dr. Rashid Iqbal

 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS:

Dr. Christy Munir
Dr. Muhammad Ikram
Dr. Mrs. Naeema Khan
Dr. Zahoor Ahmad
Dr. Muhammad Mazhar
Dr. S. Sakhawat Shah
Dr. M. Shahid. Ansari
Dr. Nasim Hasan Rama
Dr. Mrs. Shagufta zulfiqar
Dr. M. Sadiq Subhani
Dr. M. Javed Iqbal

 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS:

Dr. Aurangzeb Hasan
Dr. Saqib Ali
Dr. M. Abdul Rauf
Dr. Shahid Masood Yusuf
Dr. Mrs. Farzana Latif Ansari

 

Job Opportunities:
 

            The Students who have completed this course find lucrative job opportunities in the private sector as well as in the government sector according to their skills and approach. The needs for the graduates of this course is very high in Textile Industry, Chemical Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals and many other sectors which deal with chemicals in one way or another. In addition to different organizations in the Government sector, the graduates of this course are being employed by, to name of few, HDIP (Hydrocarbon Institute of Pakistan), OGSP (Oil and Gas Sector Programs), CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) and many other non-government organizations.Several young teachers and Ph.D. students of the Department also have an opportunity to proceed abroad for research under the DAAD or on Postdoctoral Fellowship.

  
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