Department of Chemical Sciences is one of the most active department of prestigious Best Visitor's Award winning educational institute, Tezpur University. Decorated by well-trained and extremely motivated faculty as well as bright students, the department constantly strives to maintain a culture of excellence in research and uphold the highest standards in chemical education. The Department of Chemical Sciences was started in the year 1997, when it offered M. Sc. course in Polymer Science. From July 2006 the Department has been offering M. Sc. program in Applied Chemistry with specialization in Catalysis, Medicinal Chemistry and Polymer Chemistry. The Department consists of 15 research laboratories, 3 M. Tech. laboratories and 5 M.Sc. laboratories. This Department is supported by DST-FIST and UGC-SAP (DRS-II) level.
Faculty members are actively engaged in high quality research in chemical sciences as well
as interdisciplinary topics. There are several international collaborative projects are going
on apart from many national collaborative projects. Few faculty members are also running
consultancy projects. External funds are received from DST, UGC, CSIR, DBT, DAE, AICTE
Our alumni are well placed across the globe and have contributed significantly in their
Department of Chemical Sciences, Tezpur University seeks to be recognized as
the best chemistry department in India with acknowledged excellence in
research, teaching, and outreach.
The mission of the department is to provide high quality academic
environment and to perform cutting edge research in different areas of
chemical sciences. An integral part of our mission is to make our knowledge
publicly available through publications, scientific and public presentations,
conferences in combination with high-quality teaching and training of
graduate and postgraduate students.
• Workshop on Water Quality Testing: 8 Nov, 2019.
• Workshop on Fluoride Nilogon: 7 Dec, 2020.
• Workshop on Water Quality Testing: 8 Feb, 2019.
• Hengul Haital Workshop: 16 -21 Feb, 2020.
• Workshop on Role of colleges in mitigation of Arsenic and Fluorine problem in Assam: 24 Feb, 2019.
From the HoD's Desk
Dr. Ruli Borah