Infrastructure and Learning Resources

Department has well-equipped, separate Inorganic, Organic and Physical laboratories. Department has a computer, separate staff room and separate gas connection room.

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Educational Qualification Designation Teaching Experience E-Mail ID Contact No. Photo
1  Dr. Z. S. Qureshi Principal  M. Sc, M. Phil Ph.D.  Asso. Prof 36 Years 9448897232
2  Prof. I. M. Master          HOD  M. Sc  Asso. Prof 30 Years   9448230260
3  Prof. M. S. Soudagar  M. Sc M. Phil  Asso. Prof 30 Years   8483459906
4  Dr. B. A. Jumnal  M. Sc M. Phil Ph. D  Asso. Prof 30 Years 9448440464
5  Prof. Abdul Wahab  M. Sc  Asso. Prof 30 Years 9738360524
6  Prof. M. Muneersab  M. Sc  Asso. Prof 28 Years 9448947092
7  Dr. S. M. Desai  M. Sc Ph. D., P.G.D.C.A. (L. L. B.)  Asst. Prof 11 Years 9902037432


Faculty members designed the syllabus for conducting short term certificate course in
i)   Green Chemistry
ii)  Manufacture of soap
iii) Food preservation

Department conducts bridge courses, remedial classes,  enrichment classes. Department collected feedbacks from students, parents, academic peers, employer etc. about the curriculum.
Chemistry department H. O. D. Dr. Abdus Sttar worked as BOS member of Calicut University, Calicut.
Chemistry department arranging guest lectures, surprised oral interaction about the concerned topics, using ICT (LCD, OHP) Charts for teaching in the class, solving previous question papers. Department has maintained operative departmental library with more than 200 books.  Leave arrangement of the faculty by other staff member.

Almost all the faculty members have applied for Minor Research Projects (MRPs) funded by UGC. Departmental ongoing MRPs funded by UGC are 4 of outlay of Rs.3,40,000/- Dr. Abdus Sattar has guided and completed 03 M. Phil degrees from Directorate of Distance Education Vinayaka Missions University Salem, Tamil Nadu. He  is also involved in honorary consultancy of analysis of Ayurvedic medicines of local Ayurvedic college, co-guide for Ayurvedic P.G. students in medicines, he has delivered a lecture on TV Chandana (Kannada) about CET in chemistry for 2011-12.

Faculty member are carrying research projects involving students funded by college and from the contribution of faculty. Faculty have published various articles in the national/ international journals. Faculty members are also involved in water testing of different areas. Faculty members visits as guest faculties for PG departments of Karnatak State Womens University, Bijapur. Faculty members are visiting as Resource Persons to various institutions. Faculty members worked as Subject Experts for PUC syllabus workshop.

Department has MOUs with Industries/Research centers etc.

Department has organized a national level seminar on “Excess use of polymers: impacts and remedies” funded by UGC.

Department has applied for National level seminar on E-waste: Threat to Environment to UGC.
The success rate is presently 91%. The drop out rate is 25%.   Conducting cultural activities, quiz, elocution and essay competitions through department/science forum.

Department has also organizing tours, industrial visits for students to get practical knowledge, distributing cash prizes for the highest score in chemistry subject, issuing books to students through departmental library and Guiding the students for higher studies/jobs etc. Faculty members have their INFLIBNET Numbers.

Organizing welcome and farewell functions to fresher and outgoing students.
Chemistry department has plan to start PG in Chemistry, to establish testing laboratory for consultancy, to apply for major and minor research projects, to apply for Career Oriented Programme (COP) sponsored by UGC/DST.

Plan to organize more numbers of national level seminar.


Chemistry department staff is also involved in creating awareness amongst the people about bad effects of excess use of polymers, corner meetings to bring awareness amongst the people about ill-effect and toxicity of Tobacco chewing, smoking, testing of water of different borewells/wells/lakes to highlight the contents of salts.