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1 School of Chemical Sciences Takshashila Campus, Khandwa Road, Indore M.P. Heartily Welcome Members of NAAC Peer Team

2 About the School of Chemical Sciences Year of Establishment: 1976 Founder Head : late Prof. W.V. Bhagwat Prestigious Katju award: Prof. N.S. Poonia ( 1983) Prof. K.K. Pandey (1990)

3 Vision: To create an academically sound environment that nurtures, motivates and inspires excellence in research and teaching in chemical sciences along with concern for society. Mission: To impart theoretical and practical training in advanced areas of chemical sciences and contribute new knowledge through research which encourages creativity, insight development and a passion for science. School of Chemical Sciences

4 Strengths of the Department  Research Citations  Publications in International Journals with good impact factor  Funded Projects from CSIR, UGC, DRDO, DST, MPCST : Rs. 1,25,13,700/-  DST/FIST :2008 Rs.38,00,000/-  XI Plan : Rs. 50,00,000/-  Total : Rs. 2,13,13,700/- Strengths

5 Rigorous teaching Strong emphasis on research activities Seminar presentation by students Strict adherence to the academic calendar Qualified Faculty Salient Features :

6 School of Chemical Sciences DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA Indore, (M.P.) Academic Programs M.Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Seats:20 M.Sc. Chemistry Seats :20 Ph.D. Program (Awarded :12, Registered:24) M.Sc. Applied Chemistry Seats:20

7 Year of Establishment: 1976 SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES Faculty Professor : 8 Contractual :1 Students Enrolled M.Sc. II Sem : 55 M.Sc. IV Sem :59 Technical Staff : 4 Non –Teaching Staff Class III : 5 Class IV:10

8 Placement: Students are placed in reputed Industries / Academic Institutions. Ranbaxy Laboratories, Gurgaon Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Goa Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd. Ranbaxy, Dewas Hindustan Zinc Limited Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, Baroda University of Warsaw, Poland Center Head, Academics, Akash Coaching Institute, Ahmedabad Oriental University, Indore NIT, Raipur Alliance University, Bengaluru

9 Significant Achievements of Faculty Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship to Dr. K.K. Pandey University of Wurzburg : July,2010 – September, 2010 University of Marburg : August, 2011 – October, 2011 Visiting Professor/Fellow Department of Chemistry Universitat Autonoma de Bercelona, Spain ( May 2008-June2008 ) and May 2009 Institute of Chemical Research of Catonia (ICIQ), Tarragona Spain, ( June 2009-July 2009) Emory University, Atlanta : (July September 2008) and (August 2009–September 2009)

10 Significant Achievements of Faculty Contd... Indo-Hungarian Exchange Fellowship : Dr. Ashok Kumar : University of Pecs (Nov. 10, 2008 to Feb.9, 2009) International Conference, Keio University, Japan ( Nov.2011) Dr. Ashok Kumar Dr Pratibha Sharma Best Science Research Award of MPCST,Bhopal (in Teacher Category) Dr.Pratibha Sharma : 2010 Dr.Ashok Kumar : 2012

11 Research work of the School has been extensively cited Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Fifth &Sixth Ed.), F.A. Cotton and G. Wilkinson, John Wiley & Sons. Inorganic Chemistry, (101 Ed.), A.F. Holleman and E. Wiberg, Academic Press, Berlin-New York. Chemistry of Elements, N.N. Greenwood and E.A. Earnshaw, Pergamon Press. Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry, E.W. Abel, F.G.A. Stone and Sir G. Wilkinson, Pergamon Press. Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry-II, Editor-in-Chief, G. Wilkinson, Pergamon Press. Oxford. Organometallic compounds of Ruthenium and Osmium, Editor G.R.Knox, Chapman and Hall, New York. Inorganic Chemistry, G.L. Miessler and D.A. Tarr, Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs New Jersey. The Inorganic Chemistry of Biological Processes, (2 nd Ed.), M.N. Hughe, Wiley, New York.

12 Significant Achievements of Students in the last five years Ph. D. : Awarded :12 Submitted :06 Working :18 NET : 07 SPM Award : 01 GATE: 04 State Civil Services : 02 Sarabjot Kaur [ NET-2013] All India Rank – 7 Pallavi Gupta [NET-2013] All India Rank -13

13 Significance Achievement of Students Best Science Research Award of MPCST (in Student Category ) Mr. Prabal Bandyopadhyay : 2013 Mr. Pankaj Patidar : 2012 Ms.Vinita Sahu : 2010 Shyam Prasad Mukherjee (SPM) fellowship (2013) Ms.Sarabjot Kaur for NET ALL India Rank -7

14 Our Pride Ms. Sarabjot Kaur Makkad (SPM Fellow-2013) NET : All India Rank 7

15 Eminent Persons Invited to Deliver their Scientific Talks  Prof. B. Vishwanathan, IIT, Madras, Chennai  Prof. Deepak Gupta, IIT, Kanpur  Prof. P. Yogeeshwari, BITS, Pilani  Prof. Akhilesh Verma, University of Delhi, Delhi  Prof V.K. Jain, Head, Chemistry Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai  Dr. Alok Shrivastava, (Chemistry Department, Panjab University, Chanigarh

16 Seminar on “Fostering Excellence in Research” – January 15, 2013

17 National Seminar on “Emerging trends in Chemical Sciences”- March 20, 2012

18 Criteria 1:Curricular Aspects Academic Autonomy for Curriculum Upgradation through Regular Feedback and Discussions with stakeholders Students Parents Faculty Industry Experts Alumni External Subject Experts Interdisciplinary courses Mathematics for Chemists Computers for Chemists Biology for Chemists Bioorganic Chemistry Bioinorganic Chemistry Environmental Chemistry

19 Curricular Aspects Contd… Programmes in emerging areas Analytical Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry Organic Synthesis Organometallic Chemistry LASER Chemistry Nanomaterials Heterogeneous/Homogeneous Catalysis

20 Criteria 2:Teaching-Learning and Evaluation Admission Notifications/guidelines of the university The process of admission : Entrance test followed by counseling Demand Ratio (2013) : M.Sc. 1:3.8 (55/209 ) (6,49) (2012) 1:5.9 ( 59/350) (11,47) (2011) 1:8 ( 54/430) (1,2,51) Ph.D. 1:7.7 (36/277)

21 Criteria 2:Teaching-Learning and Evaluation Yearly Analysis of M. Sc. Students

22 Teaching-Learning and Evaluation Contd… NET Preparation Seminars Semester Results : Before 30 th Dec & 30 th May Examination : Ordinance 31 Evaluation : Transparent

23 Criteria 3:Research and Extension Faculty/Qualifications/No. of Publications during last five years Prof. K. K. Pandey (M.Sc., Ph.D.(IITK)), D.Sc. :38 Prof. R. Prasad (M.Sc., Ph.D.(IITKh)) :10 Prof. Ashok Kumar (M.Sc., Ph.D.(IITD)), D.Sc. :14 Prof. H. P. S. Chauhan(M.Sc., Ph.D.):08 Prof. Sheela Joshi (M.Sc., Ph.D.):14 Prof. Pratibha Sharma (M.Sc., Ph.D.):20 Dr. Savita Khare (M.Sc., Ph.D.):07 Total Papers : 111 Total Impact Factor : ( Highest IF:12.11) ( Average IF:2.0)

24 Criteria 3:Research and Extension No. of publications during last five years Total Publications :111

25 Major journal in which publications are made ( ) Coord. Chem. Revs Chem.Eur.J Inorg. Chem.(6)4.601 Organometallics(5)3.963 Dalton Trans.3.84 J. Phys. Chem. B3.696 European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry3.346 Eur. J. Inorg. Chem Tetrahedron3.025 Journal of Molecular Catalysis : Chemical A (3)2.947 J. Phys. Chem. A (3)2.946 Journal of Physical Chemistry A(3)2.946 Tetrahedron Letters2.683 Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters(4)2.554 J. Organomet. Chem.(7)2.384 Journal Name Impact Factor Total Publications : 111 International : 99 Indian : 12

26 J. Organomet. Chem.(7)2.384 Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett Journal of Alloys and Compounds2.28 Arabian Journal of Chemistry (2)2.266 Ind. Eng. Chem. Res Parasitology Research2.149 Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Mol.Biomol. Spect. (4)2.098 Applied Organometallic Chemistry2.06 Polyhedron(5)2.057 Optical Materials2.02 Inorg. Chem. Commun J. Incl. Phenom. Macrocycl. Chem.(3)1.886 Inorg. Chim. Acta1.846 Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry1.75 Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry1.617 Medicinal Chemistry Research(8)1.612 Journal of Coordination Chemistry1.547 Journal of Nanoparticles1.546 J. Mol. Struct. (THEOCHEM)1.288 Journal Name Impact Factor Major journal in which publications are made (in the last five years)

27 Comput. Theoret. Chem.(2)1.288 ARKIVOC Arkat, (USA)1.252 Canadian Journal of Chemistry1.242 Pharmaceutical Biology (Informa Healthcare, UK)1.206 International Journal of Chemical Kinetics1.007 Letters in Organic Chemistry0.822 Chinese Journal of Chemistry0.755 European J Chem Phosphorus, Sulphur, Silicon and Related Elements(4)0.716 J.Chil.Chem.Soc (2)0.675 Polish Journal of Chemical Technology0.444 J. Indian Chemical Society0.275 Indian journal of Chemical Technology0.267 Oxidation Communication(3)0.241 J. of Environmental Research and Development(2)0.078 International J. of Chemical Sciences (2)0.063 Journal Name Impact Factor Major journal in which publications are made ( )

28 Facilities and Expertise Available in the Department Research Expertise: Organometallic Chemistry Electrochemistry Catalysis Nano Science Coordination Chemistry Computational Chemistry Theoretical calculations at DFT Level Supramolecular Chemistry Molecular Modeling Solvent Extraction QSAR/Drug Designing Synthetic Organic Chemistry Instruments and facilities: 24x7 Internet facility for all faculty LCD in all Class Rooms 24x7 Internet facility for all students HPLC : 01 G.C : 03 Pulse Polarograph : 01 UV-visible Spect.: 02 Electro chemistry :01 Work station

29 Facilities Available for Use at IUC/DAE-CSR in DAVV Campus SEM TEM AFM ESCA Nitrogen Gas Plant He Gas Plant

30 Details of Research Grant Received from different Agencies : Rs. 65,65,800/- : (ongoing) S.No. Project Description Name(s) of the Faculty involved in the project Name of the Funding Agency, Total Amount 1. Quantum Mechanical and Molecular Mechanics Computation of few molecules, Reactions and Nano materials. Dr. R. PrasadMPCST, Bhopal Rs. 4,94,000/- 2. Efficient Construction of Novel Triazole as Potential Therapeutics : A Classical Versus Click Chemistry Approach Dr. Ashok Kumar DRDO, Delhi Rs. 44,84,000/ Group 15 Metal and Organometallic Derivatives with Mixed Sulphur and/or Oxygen Donor Ligands: Synthesis and Characterization: Thermal and Biochemical Studies Studies on the Synthesis and Characterization of some Group 15 Metal Nano Complexes with Sulfur Donar Ligands. Dr. H.P.S. Chauhan UGC, Delhi MPCST, Bhopal Rs. 8,04,800/- Rs. 7,83,000/-

31 Details of Research Grant Received from different Agencies during the last five Years :Rs. 59,43,900/- SNo.Project DescriptionName(s) of the Faculty involved in the project Name of the Funding Agency, Total Amount Surface and catalytic studies of nanocrystalline and nanoporous metal oxides. Studies of few catalytic vapour phase alkylation and cyclization reactions. Dr. R. PrasadUGC-DAE UGC, Rs.3,06,000/- Rs. 7,64,800/ Synergistic extraction and spectrophotometric determination of toxic metal ions and lanthanides at trace level bychromogenic substituted calix(n)arenes. Synergistic extraction and stripping voltammetric determination of toxic metal ions and lanthanides at trace level Dr. Ashok KumarCSIR, DST, Rs. 10,46,000/- Rs. 17,00,000/- 05Synthetic, Spectroscopic, Thermal and Biochemical Studies on some Group 14 (Si, Ge and Sn) and Group 15 (As, Sb and Bi) Metal and Organometallic Complexes with some sulphur and/or Oxygen Donor Organic Ligands. Dr. H.P.S. ChauhanUGC,Rs.4,11,100/- 06.Design, Synthesis, Electrochemical Studies and Evaluation of Therapeutic Potential of Purines and Benzimadazoles Through Quantitative Structure - Activity Relationship Dr. Pratibha SharmaDRDO, DelhiRs.17,20,000/-

32 Collaborative Research During Last Five -Year Prof. K. K. Pandey : Prof. G. Frenking,University of Marburg,Germany Prof. Phillip P. Power,University of California Davis, USA Prof. Agusti Lledos,University of Autonoma Barcelona, Spain Prof. F. Maserus,Institute of Chemical Research of Cataonia,Spain Dr. D. G. Musaev,Emerson Centre for Scientific Computation, Emory University, USA Prof. D. C. Liotta, Emory University, USA Prof. Simon Aldridge, Oxford University, UK Prof. Holger Braunschweig,University of Wurzburg, Germany Prof. Cameron Jones, Monash University, Australia Prof. Ashok Kumar : Prof. Kunsangi Mate Sandor, University of Pecs, Hungary. Dr. Martin Pour Nikfardjam, State Research Institute for Viticulture and Pomiculture, Weinsberg, Germany.

33 Criteria 4:Infrastructure and Learning Resources Surface Area Analyser High Pressure Reactor

34 Criteria 4:Infrastructure and Learning Resources Pilot Fixed Bed Reactor Rotary Vacuum Evaporator

35 Major Instruments Gas Chromatograph HPLC IR Spectrophotometer UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

36 Major Instruments Gas Chromatograph Electrochemical System UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

37 Criteria 4:Infrastructure and Learning Resources LIBRARY Volumes = 1609 Titles 710 e-journals 388

38 Criteria 4: Infrastructure and Learning Resources Contd… Infrastructure : Rs.10,00,000/- Equipments : Rs.35,00,000/- Books : Rs. 5,00,000/- UGC XI Plan Grant

39 Criteria 5:Student Support and Progression Career Counseling Mentor for each Course Soft-skill development Grievance Redressal Cell Anti Ragging Committee Proctorial Board Dean, Student Welfare Sports Department Students participation Co-curricular activities Sports Alumni

40 Criteria 6:Governance, Leadership and Management School’s aim : To render an environment that motivate and inspires excellence in research and teaching To inculcate professional ethics to serve mankind and Society Effective utilisation of the assets Involvement of Faculty and non-teaching staff members

41 Criteria 7:Innovations and Best Practices Environment Consciousness: The main focus : 1.Energy Conservation : Energy Audit 2.Green Chemistry based experiments

42 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS 42 eco-friendly Environment Plantation Green Chemistry

43 Criteria 7:Innovations and Best Practices Innovations: Excellence in research and teaching Best Practices: Maintenance of academic schedule Evidence of Success : High quality publications

44 Innovations and Best Practices Contd… Follow four- policies of the University: Research Policy Value- Promotion Policy Green Policy IT Policy

45 Future Plan  Organizing Seminars/Workshops  Enhancing collaborative projects  Design and fabrication of instruments  Filing of Patents  providing industrial consultancy  Advancement in teaching of quantum mechanics and surface chemistry  Developing research in thrust area such as Chemical Graph Theory(Bioinformatics)and TS modeling etc.

46 THANK YOU


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