Statistics and Maths :

Graphical representation of dta, Correlation, Association and attributes, Probability, Sampling and sampling distributions, Tests of significance, Matrix and Determinants, Partial Differentiation and elementary partial differential eqwuation. Algebra and Complex numbers, Functions, limit and continuity, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Ordinary differential equations, Introduction to Computers Data Processing & Computer Software, DOS, Unix, Windows, Computer Hardware, Algorithms & Flow charts, Introduction to numerical methods or analysis and their application in chemistry. Fundamental concepts of economics, Pricing Policy, Industrial spectrum, Industrial finance, Management, Labour legislation, International and National Legal Frame work of Environment and Chemical Process Technology, Chemical Process Technology and Health, Safety Management Law and Policy.

Industrial Aspects of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry : Nomenclature, Processes in Organic Chemicals Manufacture, Nitration, Halogenations. Oxidation, Alkylation, Basic Metallurgical operations, Inorganic materials of industrial importance, Industrial Aspects of Physical Chemistry / Materials and Energy Balance, Industrial Aspects of Physical Chemistry, Surface chemistry and interfacial phenomena, Catalysis, Materials and Energy balance, Dimensions and Units; Basic Chemical Calculations, Material balance without Chemical Reactions, Material Balance involving Chemical Reaction, Unit Operation and Utilities in Chemical Industry, Unit Operations in Chemical Industry, Distillation, Evaporation, Crystallization, Utilities in Chemical Industry, Types of fuels, Types of boilers and their functioning, Air – Specification for industrial use, Pumps : Reciprocal pumps, Material Science, Mechanical properties of material and change with respect to temperature, Cement – Types of cement, composition, manufacturing Process, setting of cement, Process Instrumentation, concept of measurement and accuracy, Temperature, Pressure, Pollution, Pollution evaluation methods, Industrial Pollution, Environmental Toxicology, Industrial Waste Treatment Technology, Industrial Waste Water Treatment Technology, Industrial Gases and Air pollution Control, Solid Waste management, hazardous Waste Management, Bioconversion of Waste materials to Industrial Products.

Analytical Techniques

Classification of Analytical methods, Limitations of Analytical methods, Separation techniques, Chromatography : TLC, LC, GC, HPLC methodology, Introduction, UV / visible, IR, Raman, NMR, ESR, Atomic Absorption and Electron Spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence : methodology. Thermal methods : TGA and DTA, Radio Chemical methods, Nephelometry and trubidimetry, Polimers, Brief history of macromolecular science, general characteristics of polymers in comparison to common organic compounds. Types of polymerization, Polymer properties, Polymer processing, Polymer structure property relationship, Synthesis, properties and applications, Introduction to crude oil, explanatory methods, oil reservoirs transporatation of crude oil, Constitution of crude oil, Natural gas constitutents, Catalytic cracking, Hydrocracking, isomerization, Reforming, Alkylation, Carbon black, Various catalysts used in petrochemical industry, Historical background and development of pharmaceautical industry in India in brief.

EDA, important schedules and some legal aspects of drugs, Photochemical and classification, Classification of various types of drugs with examples, Brief idea of micro organism, their structure, growth an usefulness. Agrochemicals. Pests and pests control, Synthetic insecticides, Organophosphorus insecticides, Fungicides – General introduction and classification.

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