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B.Sc Chemistry (Hons) Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Honors)


Are you an intermediate passed out student in a science subject and wondering which course to do? Do you have an interest in chemistry subject? Then, you should think of doing Honors in B.Sc Chemistry. There are many colleges and universities that provide admission in B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course.

Course Name: B.Sc Chemistry (Hons)
Group: B.Sc
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Chemical
Duration: 3 Years

About B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course

It is an under graduate Chemistry course. During the course, students will learn about the various branches and theories of chemistry, including environmental chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic and organic chemistry, etc. Not only will they learn only Chemistry subject, but with it, they will also be studying the normal Graduation course subjects such as Maths, Physics and Computer Application, etc.

Eligibility Criteria

  • For pursuing B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course, a candidate should have passed 10+2 or Higher Secondary Education in Science stream with a minimum of 50% marks in Chemistry subject or in whole as a percentage from a recognized board of the country.
  • Some reputed institutes and colleges do conduct entrance examinations as a qualifying criteria to get admission to their B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course. In these colleges, the marks that are secured by the candidates in the final merit list and the entrance examination is a deciding factor for selection of the candidates.
The duration of B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course is about 3 years.



Colleges offering B.Sc Chemistry (Hons) course in India

College NameUniversityState
Abhedananda MahavidyalayaWest Bengal State UniversityWest Bengal
Acharya Narendra Dev CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Aditi MahavidyalayaUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Aghore Kamini Prakash Chandra MahavidyalayaThe University of BurdwanWest Bengal
Anugrah Narayan CollegeMagadh University BiharBihar
Asutosh CollegeUniversity of CalcuttaWest Bengal
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Baghmara College BaghmaraVinoba Bhave UniversityJharkhand
Bankura Christian CollegeThe University of BurdwanWest Bengal
Dalmia CollegeSambalpur UniversityOdisha
Darjeeling Govt. CollegeUniversity of North BengalWest Bengal
Daulat Ram CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Gargi CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Guru Nanak Dev University CollegeGuru Nanak Dev UniversityPunjab
Katras College KatrasgarhVinoba Bhave UniversityJharkhand
Kirori Mal CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Lovely Professional UniversityLovely Professional UniversityPunjab
Mahadevananda MahavidyalayaWest Bengal State UniversityWest Bengal
Miranda House CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Motilal Nehru CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Netaji Subhash MahavidyalayaTripura UniversityTripura
Pt. JLN Govt. CollegeAligarh Muslim UniversityHaryana
Rabindra MahavidyalayaThe University of BurdwanWest Bengal
Rajdhani CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Ramakrishna Mission Residential CollegeUniversity of CalcuttaWest Bengal
Ramjas CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Ran Vijay Smarak MahavidyalayaVinoba Bhave UniversityJharkhand
Shivaji CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Shyamsundar CollegeThe University of BurdwanWest Bengal

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B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course suitability

  • Those candidates having analytical skills, problem solving techniques and making evaluations based on limited information are most suitable for this course.
  • They should also have time management qualities, undertaking self as well as team project work, planning and executing experiments, etc.
  • Other necessary skills include good verbal and written communication, teamwork, monitoring the situation attentively and good knowledge of computers.
  • Candidates who have planned to do a Master’s degree in Chemistry and then undertaking research work are also good suit for this course.


Who will be most benefitted from B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course

  • B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) course serves as a basis of higher studies in this field such as M.Sc, Ph.D. and M.Phil degree. The successful completion of this course makes one eligible for the post of a professor or a lecturer in private or Govt. based colleges and universities.
  • B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) degree course have many opportunities in the field of Research and Development (R & D), Pharmaceutical and Chemical industries, Oil, Clinical Research, Public Health and Environmental Protection Sectors, etc.
  • Candidates can take up of a job of private school teachers and after having a Master’s degree and other qualifications like B.Ed and NET can take up as a job of a lecturer or a professor in colleges and universities.
  • They also get employment in military research laboratories.


B.Sc Chemistry (Hons) Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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