M'lore University starts PG course in industrial chemistry


Yenepoya University Vice-Chancellor Prof Syed Akheel Ahmed was the chief guest while Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor Prof K M Kaveriappa presided over the programme.

According to a press release, MSc in Industrial chemistry is a new course having an unique character of its own which commenced in Mangalore University from the academic year 2009-2010. The course is a blend of basic and industrially important components. Like any other Master degree courses, it is also of four semesters duration (2 years). The course material contains the basics of chemistry to Industrial Chemistry during the first semester, industrial chemistry aspects during second and third semesters and a compulsory project work in an industry during the fourth semester. Here students get not only the first hand information about the industry but also about industrial safety, pollution, effluent treatment and an opportunity to work in an industry in association with well experienced scientists.

Industrial chemistry is a non-conventional but structured course specially designed to work in industries and research establishments relating to industries. Since there is lot of demand from industries for industrial trained students, we are confident that there will be 100 per cent placement for the students in the industries, the release added.

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