Department of Chemistry

 Chemistry Department

Chemistry Department - First Year Engineering Block
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About the Department


Department of Chemistry essentially caters to the students of B. Tech First year apart from the students of other years in teaching them a wide range of foundation courses. The department is unique in its attempt of perspective building of students and in initiating and strengthening their ideological maturity and scientific temper. The department has a stable climate leading to conducive environment for growth and learning. It helps newcomers in assuming identity in the college the right way.

Faculty members of the department are extensively engaged in research in their areas along with their qualification enhancement so that the students could be moulded in the best of the formative influences.

Prof. (Dr.) V. P. Singh
Designation : Associate Director, Professor, HOD

Qualification : M. Sc., Ph. D. (Chemistry)

Email Id : singhved2007@rediffmail.com, adasd@srmcem.ac.in

ORCID : http://0000000165399591

Prof. (Dr.) V. P. Singh is working as an Associate Director and the Head of the Chemistry Department. He has been working with SRMGPC, since October 2001. He has a multifaceted experience of 19 years in teaching as well as industry (R&D). He has published many national and international papers in reputed journals. He has been awarded Ph. D. in Chemistry in 1998.


Faculty Profile :

Faculty Profile
Prof (Dr.) Krishna Srivastava M.Sc. (Chemistry), B.Sc.
Professor
Email: rintu_srivastava@rediffmail.com

Prof (Dr.) Krishna Srivastava is working as a Professor in the department of Chemistry.; He did his PhD from University of Lucknow in Heterocyclic Medicinal Compounds. Dr. Srivastava has more than 30 publications, 4 Patents, several book chapters to his credit. Dr. Srivastava is an author of 4 text/reference books related to Organic Chemistry. Recently, three PhD fellows got their thesis awarded/submitted and three students are pursuing their Phd thesis under his supervision. Dr. Srivastava is an associate editor of Bioinfo publications and reviewer of European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. He is associated with number of professional bodies like Vigyan Bharati, Indian Science Congress Association, Utter Pradesh Science Academy and Translational Biomedical Research Society as a life-member.

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Mishra M. Sc., Ph. D. (Chemistry)
Assistant Professor
E-mail: drdineshmishra15@gmail.com
ORCID: http://0000-002-9208-5480

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Mishra has been working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, since 2011. He has completed his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Faizabad in the year 2009. He has a teaching experience of more than 15 years. He has published many papers in national and international journals. His area of research is Underground Water Pollution.

Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Srivastava M. Sc., Ph. D. (Chemistry)
Assistant Professor
E-mail: ashutoshsrivastava828@gmail.com
ORCID:http://0000000223269585

Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Srivastava received his Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2012 from Dr. R.M.L. Avadh University, Faizabad. He has teaching and research experience of 12 years. Presently, he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at SRMGPC, since 2011. His teaching interests include Polymer, Reaction Mechanism and Natural Products.

Mr. Shishu Pal Sengar M.Sc. (Chemistry), B.Sc., LLB
Lecturer
Email: sps5167@gmail.com

Mr. Shishu Pal Sengar has been working with SRMGPC, since 2002. His passionate teaching helps students develop a practical approach towards the subject. He has also completed LLB from Lucknow University.

Ms. Reetu Singh Lecturer
MCA, B.Sc.
Email: reetusingh122@gmail.com

Ms. Reetu Singh is working as a Lecturer at SRMGPC since 2009 in the department of Chemistry. She has done her M. Sc. in Chemistry in 2004. Her areas of interest include polymer chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical bondings.

Engineering Chemistry Lab


ABOUT CHEMISTRY LAB

Chemistry Department provides a basic knowledge of Applied Chemistry in B. Tech first year. The lab focuses on the application based study of chemistry keeping in view the fundamental significance of the engineering education.

The lab give students a hands-on experience of different instruments and techniques essential for their engineering requirements like pH Meter, Viscometer, electronic balance and different kind of titrations etc. which help them in understanding essentials like water quality standards and its properties.


Engineering Chemistry Lab

S. No. Name of the Experiment Type of Experiment
1 Determination of alkalinity in the given water sample. STDY
2 Determination of temporary &permanent hardness in water sample using EDTA as a standard solution. STDY
3 Determination of a available-chlorine in the bleaching powder. STDY
4 Determination of Chloride ion content in given water sample by Mohr’s method. STDY
5 Determination of iron content in the given ore by external indicator. STDY
6 To determine the pH of a solution using a pH meter &titration of such a solution pH-metrically. STDY
7 Viscosity of an addition polymer like polystyrene by viscometer. STDY
8 To Identify the functional group of the given organic compounds. STDY
9 Preparation of Bakelite resin. STDY
10 Preparation of Urea-Formaldehyde resin. STDY

Lab No.: B-106 & 107

KIT: Kit based experiment
SOFT: Software based experiment
STDY: Study based experiment


List of Apparatus and Equipment

S. No. Name of the Experiment Main Equipments/Appratus used
1 Determination of alkalinity in the given water sample. Burette,Pipette,Conical Flask,Measuring Flask,Beaker
2 Determination of temporary &permanent hardness in water sample using EDTA as a standard solution Burette,Pipette,Conical Flask,Measuring Flask,Beaker
3 Determination of a available-chlorine in the bleaching powder. Burette,Pipette,Conical Flask,Measuring Flask,Beaker
4 Determination of Chloride ion content in given water sample by Mohr’s method. Burette,Pipette,Conical Flask,Measuring Flask,Beaker
5 Determination of iron content in the given ore by external indicator. Burette,Pipette,Conical Flask,Measuring Flask,Beaker
6 To determine the pH of a solution using a pH meter &titration of such a solution pH-metrically. pH Meter, Burette,Beaker
7 Viscosity of an addition polymer like polystyrene by viscometer. Ostwald’s Viscometer,Stopwatch
8 To Identify the functional group of the given organic compounds. Test tube,Beaker
9 Preparation of Bakelite resin. Beaker, Glass rod
10 Preparation of Urea-Formaldehyde resin. Beaker, Glass rod