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Chemistry (112)

Introduction

Full Marks: 100(75 T+25P)  |  Pass Marks: 27T+10P  | Teaching Hours: 150T+50P

Chemistry is concerned with the physical and chemical characteristics of substances, the nature of matter and the study of chemical reactions. Chemistry, thus, is a powerful process of uncovering and extending our understanding of various chemical phenomena. The power resides in the combination of concepts and experiments involving careful observation and quantitative measurements under controlled conditions. The resulting concepts suggest further experiments and investigations as a result; there will be a modification of the existing concept leading to a creativity of thought. This creativity involves the recognition of a problem; formulation of ideas to solve the problem and ultimately refinement of the original ideas. The present curriculum aims to foster this uniqueness among students by enabling them to study both theoretical and practical aspects of chemistry.

This course is theory-cum-practical. It is intended to consolidate learning in chemistry achieved in the secondary school. Furthermore, it intends to provide a concrete knowledge and appropriate skills for those students, continuing further studies in chemistry and the students not studying the subject beyond this stage. The course seeks to maintain a balance between useful facts, concepts and theories which will facilitate understanding of the properties of substances, reactions and processes. Emphasis is enforced to stimulate, create and sustain students' interest in chemistry.

Chemistry being an experimental science, laboratory is an essential component of its syllabus. The course intends to make students aware of the importance of scientific method for accurate experimental work and develop the abilities to interpret, organize and evaluate data in order to make decisions and solve problems.

Name List of Faculties 

List of Prescribed Books

List of Reference Books

Evaluation Scheme

The chemistry theory paper (XI) will consist of three types of questions:
(a) Very short-answer questions (weightage of 2 marks of each);
(b) Short-answer questions (weightage of 5 marks of each); and
(c) Long- answer questions (weightage of 10 marks of each).

According to manner of questions groups are divided into group 'A', group 'B' and group 'C'.

  1. Group 'A' will consist of twenty two (22) very short questions, out of which, examinees are required to answer only fifteen (15) questions.
  2. Group 'B' will consist of seven (7) short questions, out of which examinees are required to answer five (5) questions.
  3. Group 'C' will consist of four (4) questions, out of which examinees are required to answer 2 questions.

 

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