M. S. P. Mandal's Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya, Vaijapur


मराठवाडा शिक्षण प्रसारक मंडळाचे विनायकराव पाटील महाविद्यालय, वैजापूर

Affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
College With Potential For Excellence (CPE)
Re-Accredited by NAAC ‘A’ Grade with CGPA 3.25 (4th cycle 2022)
ISO 21001-2018 Certified (EOMS)
STRIDE and Paramarsh Schemes by UGC

Department of Chemistry रसायनशास्त्र विभाग

Chemistry graduates are in demand by some of the most successful industries in India. Chemistry is often referred to as the ‘Central Science’ because an understanding of materials at a molecular level underpins research and development from Biology to Solid State Physics.
The Dept. was established in 1968 with opening of the college. The B. Sc. Course was started initially with 20 students. As per the strength of student and increased workload the faculty members joined the department. After the 63 years the students are successfully learning at junior, senior, post-graduate and Ph. D. level. The highly qualified and dedicated teachers are core strengths of the Department and they are performing their role to shape the destinies of the students. The department is actively engaged in research activities. To run the activities the dept. has well-equipped spacious laboratories and departmental library with internet facility. It is one of the largest departments of Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya. Department has significantly contributed towards synthesis of bioactive heterocycles, development of environmentally accepted new synthetic protocols, coordination chemistry, heterogeneous novel catalysis, environmental chemistry and surface chemistry. Department has received funds from UGC New Delhi and also the adequate support from the Dr. BabasahebAmbedkarMarathwada University, Aurangabad. The Department has started regular M. Sc. (Organic Chemistry) course from the academic year 2007-2008.
The laboratories are also equipped with instruments like High performance Liquid Chromatography, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, UV-visible Spectrophotometer, Spectrophotometer, Conductivity meters, pH meters, Flame Photometers, Colorimeter, Centrifuge Machines, Digital Balances, water analysis kit etc.
A degree in Chemistry makes you highly employable: not only does it provide you with quantitative and practical skills for scientific and technical roles, but it also develops your transferable skills such as problem-solving that are valued by all employers. After graduation, students can get enrolled in PG courses such as M.Sc. in Inorganic, Organic, Physical, Analytical, Polymer Science, Forensic Science, Material Science, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology etc. There is a need for B.Sc. graduates in the industries across the world.
Goals of the Department
The basic objective of the Department of Chemistry is to educate the next generation of chemists with the capacity to solve real problems and provide leadership that can lead to the economic and social transformation. Some of them are:
  • To impart sufficient qualitative/quantitative analytical and synthetic chemical knowledge and skills to the students to enable them to analyse and solve real-world problems
  • To prepare students for advanced study in chemistry, careers in chemical industry, and provide a chemistry foundation.
  • To impart ability to analyse complex chemical problems
  • To develop the students' capacity to readily adapt to and make use of emerging technologies.
  • To develop scientific approach among students for applying their knowledge and skill to address the local and global problems pertaining to day to day life..
  • To create awareness about the climate change and environmental problems in the present technology driven world
  • To enhance employable skills among the students to think out of box, job opportunities, in the field of Chemistry over conventional jobs like teaching
  • To motivate the spirit of research to do higher studies and research works in the future life of students and to update the recent trends.
  • Sensitize students to apply their knowledge and skill to address the local and global problems pertaining to environment
The Department of Chemistry at Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya is one of the leading departments in the college.We have a M.Sc. (Master of Science) degree program in Chemistry from the academic year of 2009. We suggest all prospective students and other visitors explore our website to learn more about our department.
The faculty members of the department are extremely well qualified,experienced, dedicated and motivated,who are blend of knowledge and experience with a strong commitment to teaching and research.
Our department is well equipped with state-of-art sophisticated instrumentation facilities to facilitate research in almost all areas of chemistry and interdisciplinary research.The aim of the faculty is to provide quality education to the student community by utilizing modern teaching aids.
The department encourages the faculty to attend seminars, workshops & conferences. The department motivates the faculty to publish papers in reputed journals, submit project proposal to funding agencies and to enrol for PhD program.
The department provides safe, positive & intellectual learning environment.
Our commitment to excellence in teaching and research has helped the students graduated from this place achieve distinction in academia and industry.
The alumni of the Department occupy high positions in industry and academia, in India and abroad. Their accomplishments have been outstanding and reflect on the quality training imparted at the undergraduate and graduate level.
The programme offered:
B. Sc.and M.Sc.
Course offered: B.Sc.
Semester – I
Paper I – Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II – Organic Chemistry
Paper III – Lab Course I
Semester – II
Paper IV – Physical Chemistry
Paper V – In organic Chemistry
Paper VI – Lab Course II
Semester – III
Paper VII – Organic Chemistry
Paper VIII – Physical Chemistry
Paper IX – Lab Course III
Semester – IV
Paper X – Inorganic Chemistry
Paper XI – Physical Chemistry
Paper XII – Lab Course IV
Semester – V
Paper XIII – Physical Chemistry
Paper XIV – Organic Chemistry
Paper XV – Lab Course V
Semester – VI
Paper XVI – Inorganic Chemistry
Paper XVII – Organic Chemistry
Paper XVIII – Lab Course VI
Course offered: M.Sc.
Semester – I
Paper CHE-101 – Analytical Chemistry
Paper CHE-102– Inorganic Chemistry
Paper CHE-103– Organic Chemistry
Paper CHE-104– Physical Chemistry
Semester – II
Paper CHE-205 – Spectroscopic Methods of Analysis
Paper CHE-206 – Inorganic Chemistry
Paper CHE-207– Organic Chemistry
Paper CHE-208– Physical Chemistry
Lab Courses
Paper CHE-205 – Spectroscopic Methods of Analysis
Paper CHE-209 – Laboratory Course (General and Analytical Chemistry)
Paper CHE-210– Laboratory Course (Inorganic Chemistry)
Paper CHE-211– Laboratory Course (Organic Chemistry)
Paper CHE-212– Laboratory Course (Physical Chemistry)
Semester – III
Paper CHEO-313 – Structural Elucidation by spectroscopic methods
Paper CHEO-314 – Organic Synthesis
Paper CHEO-315– Asymmetric synthesis and Bioorganic  Chemistry
Paper CHEO-316– Photo Chemistry, Free Radical and Pericyclic Reactions
Semester – IV
Paper CHEO-417 – Organic Synthesis: Retrosynthetic Approach
Paper CHEO-418 – Advance Organic and Heterocyclic Chemistry
Paper CHEO-419–Chemistryof Natural Products
Paper CHEO-420– MedicinalChemistry
Lab Courses
Paper CHEO-421 – Laboratory Course (Organic)
Paper CHEO-422 – Laboratory Course (Organic)
Paper CHEO-423– Laboratory Course (Organic)
Paper CHEO-424–ProjectWork (Organic)
  • B.Sc. First-year Restructured Syllabus with effect from the academic year 2013-14  View PDF

  • B.Sc. Second-year Restructured Syllabus with effect from the academic year 2014-15 View PDF

  • B.Sc. Third-year Restructured Syllabus with effect from the academic year 2015-16 View PDF

B. Sc. 

Programme Outcomes  View PDF
Programme Specifics Outcomes  View PDF
Course Outcomes  View PDF


M. Sc. 

Programme Outcomes  View PDF
Programme Specifics Outcomes  View PDF
Course Outcomes  View PDF
Dr. A. M. Zine
(Professor & Head)
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Dr. S. D. Pardeshi
(Associate Professor)
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Dr. J. P. Sonar
(Associate Professor)

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Dr. S. A. Dokhe
(Assistant Professor)

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Ph. D. Guidance
Research Projects View PDF
Research Publications View PDF
Student Strength of B. Sc.:
Student Strength of M. Sc.:
Time table:
Result Analysis Report of B. Sc.
Result Analysis Report of M. Sc.    View PDF


Faculty Activities 2016 to 2021- View

M. Sc. Chemistry Student Projects:
Project Complication Certificate
M. Sc. Chemistry
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M. Sc. Chemistry
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M. Sc. Chemistry
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M. Sc. Chemistry
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M. Sc. Chemistry
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EVENTS (Conferences/Seminars/Workshops/FDP’s organised by department)

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One day workshop on “Recent Trends and Teaching Techniques in Chemistry”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
5 Oct. 2008
Application of Green Chemistry and Spectroscopy in Organic Syntheses
V. P. College, Vaijapur
23-24 Feb. 2010
NET-SET Guidance Workshop for M. Sc. Students
V. P. College, Vaijapur
2 Mar. 2019
One day NET-SET Guidance Workshop for M. Sc. Students on the topic of Inorganic Chemistry
V. P. College, Vaijapur
1 Feb. 2020
One day workshop on Instrument handling: GC and HPLC
V. P. College, Vaijapur
26 Sept 2020
One day Training Programme on “Physico-Chemical Parameter of Water”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
6 March 2021
Two day online workshop on “Rainwater harvesting”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
1-2 May 2021
Two days National workshop on “Intellectual Property Right”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
29-30 May 2021
International Online Lecture series on “New Research Areas and Research Writing”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
Lecture Series
07 Aug. 2021 to 10 Aug. 2021
Two days  Online Lecture series on “Advances in Catalysis”
V. P. College, Vaijapur
Lecture Series
06 Sept. 2021 to 07 Sept.. 2021
One day workshop on “organic Farming” 
V. P. College, Vaijapur
06th March 2020
Teaching Notes:
Paper Name
Paper Name and Paper Code
Physical Chemistry
I.Elementary Quantum Mechanics
II. Spectroscopy
III. Photochemistry
IV. Physical Properties and Molecular Structure
Question Banks: PDF
Video Links
Dr. J. P. Sonar
Sr. No.
Atomic Structure
Chemical Bonding Part 5
Chemical Bonding Part 3
Chemical Bonding Part 2
Periodic Table Parts
Atomic Structure part 3
Atomic Structure part 1
Chemical Bonding Part 1
Chemical Bonding
Chemical Bonding Part 4
Atomic Structure part 5
Atomic Structure Part 4
Examples of PCC and PDC
Jones Oxidation
Oxidation Of Alcohol
Conductometric Titration
Mofette Oxidation


Placements List of B. Sc.- View PDF
Placements List of M. Sc.- View PDF

Alumni List- View PDF

Best Practice-I  View PDF
Best Practice-II  View PDF
Future plans:
  • To strengthen the Department with Infrastructural and Research facilities to bring them at par with the global standards
  • To encourage the teaching faculty to apply for more number of Minor and Major Research Projects and publishing research articles in the reputed Journals.
  • Conducting the seminars frequently for renewal of the subject domain knowledge of Faculty, research scholars and students by facilitating the interactions with renowned personalities, by inviting them.
  • To develop in to a centre for potential of excellence in chemical science research
  • Motivating the students to take up summer research programmes organized by reputed institutions like IISc.
  • To build a strong and dynamic alumni base and involve them in the development activities of chemical science discipline and research
  • Arranging guest lectures of resource persons,industrialists and eminent visiting faculty.
  • Motivating the students to write research articles and publish in the national/ international Journals.
  • To carry out collaborative work with the industry and institutions.
  • Popularizing basic science by carrying out extension activities for high school students.
  • Authoring and publishing chemistry books based on present syllabus.


Dr. A. M. Zine

Head of the Department,
Department of Chemistry,

Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya,
Vaijapur, Dist. Aurangabad –
Tel: +91 9423705612