Department Of Chemistry

HoD's Message

Dr Manjunath K

Head of the Department

The department of Chemistry was started in the year 2001. It aims at irradiating the young generation students as expert by building, establishing and improving morally principles among student community. The strength of the department is its faculty members, who are well qualified, well experienced and dedicated. The department has spacious classrooms and well equipped laboratories with highest configured systems and latest versions of software. The students of the department excel in their studies and consistently produce good results.  Thus, the department not only imparts quality education, but also moulds the students which help them in their overall development.


Leadership and Excellence in Education


To fulfill the vision by imparting total quality education replete with the Philosophy of blending human values and academic professionalism

  • Department of Chemistry offers three integrated courses – Applied Chemistry for Computer Science Engineering and stream, Applied Chemistry for Electronics and communication and Applied Chemistry for Civil for First and Second semester B.E. These three courses are 4 credits with 5 modules
  • Engineering Chemistry is regarded as one of the most important foundation subject in Engineering Chemistry is an imperative part of every degree program in Engineering. It is generally added in the first-year syllabus of a bachelor’s degree in Engineering and is structured in a manner that it has different theoretical concepts which are studied along with their practical applications. This specialised branch of Engineering mainly deals with the study of matter in any form along with its chemical and physical properties, composition and applications. It analyses the nature of different materials and their usage for designing purposes. As a budding engineer, should be aware of the discovery of new and better materials and their contribution to the diverse field of design and development. Studying this specialised field, will get to learn about using different materials of varying sizes without causing any wastage or pollution. Moreover, every engineer is expected to possess a basic understanding of working with old and new matter of different kinds and that’s where Engineering Chemistry helps them in handling a wide range of materials in the right way.
  • Engineering Chemistry Laboratory – The main objective of Engineering Chemistry Laboratory is to furnish the conceptual understanding of the basic principles involved in chemical analysis. Most of the experiments are correlated to the theoretical concepts. This course lays the foundation of certain basic concepts and skills that can be repeatedly employed by the students in their future endeavours. This course also helps to improve the scientific temper of the students to conduct the various experiments.
Name of the Laboratory: Chemistry Lab
1Hot air oven






Vasa scientific

2Distilled water plant
3Electronic precision balance
4Hot and cold drier
5Digital Conductivity meter
6Digital Colorimeter
7Digital pH meter
8Digital Potentiometer
9Hot plate
10Digital Colorimeter





11Digital pH meter
12Digital Conductivity meter
13Digital flame photometer
14Heating mantle

List of Experiments Regular laboratory experiments

Sl. NoName of the experiments
1.Estimation of total hardness of water by EDTA method
2.Determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) of industrial waste water sample
3.Conductometric estimation of acid mixture
4.Potentiometric estimation of FAS using K2Cr2O7
5.Determination of pKa of vinegar using pH sensor (Glass electrode)
Virtual laboratory experiments
6.Determination of Viscosity coefficient of lubricant (Ostwald’s viscometer)
7.Determination of EMF Measurement of Cell.
8.Spectrophotometric estimation of metal ions (Colorimetry)
9.Electrolysis of water
10.Construction of photovoltaic cell.

Sl. No  Name  Designation  Qualification 
1. Dr.Manjunatha. K    Professor & HOD    M.Sc, Ph.D 
2. Mrs. Mamatha. M  Associate Professor  M.Sc, M.Phil (Ph.D) 
3. Ms. Bhavyashree K M  Assistant Professor  M.Sc (B.Ed) 

Dr. Manjunatha. K

M.Sc, Ph.D

Professor & Head

Mrs. Mamatha. M

M.Sc, M.Phil (Ph.D)

Associate Professor

Mrs. Shruthi K S

M.Sc, (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Ms.Amulya C R


Assistant Professor