For admission to the course leading to the award of M.Phil. in Chemistry a candidate must have obtained a four years B.A/B.Sc. degree or M.Sc. degree with honours in Chemistry (Organic, Physical and Inorganic) or Applied Chemistry or B.Sc. Engineering degree in Chemical/Mechanical/Electrical and Electronic/Materials and Metallurgical Engineering. A candidate with M.Sc. degree but not having an honours degree in chemistry or applied Chemistry should have a first class in the M.Sc. degree. A candidate must not have a third division/class but he /she must have at least one first class/ first division in any public examination and should have at least 50% marks or GPA of a minimum of 2.50 out of 4.0 or its equivalent in B.A / B.Sc. or M.Sc. degree . For the degree of M.Phil in chemistry a student must earn a minimum of 48 credit hours including thesis for which 30 credit hours shall be assigned.

For admission to the course leading to a Ph. D. degree a candidate must have an M.Phil. degree with a minimum GPA of 2.75 out of 4.0 in Chemistry/Applied Chemistry or its equivalent from any recognized institution provided they must have two first division/class and no third division in any public examination. The minimum duration of the Ph. D. course shall be four semesters from the date of provisional admission. A student must complete all requirements for the Ph. D. degree within six academic years (session) from the date of his provisional admission. A Ph. D. student must complete a minimum of 54 credit hours of which a maximum of 45 credit hours shall be assigned for his thesis. We welcome applications from prospective students with relevant qualifications to be part of the member of chemistry family. Hopefully, the department is going to start M.S program in chemistry soon. Aspirants’ candidates are requested to keep your eyes open to know further announcement from the authority.