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Department of Chemistry

Year of Establishment: 2013
Department of Chemistry

Highlights

  • B.Sc(Medical & Non Medical) running successfully
  • Smart classrooms and enabled teachings
  • Two well equipped chemistry labs for undergraduate practical
  • Many types of fee concessions are available for needy students.
  • Allocations of books to the needy students free of cost.
Department of Chemistry

Programmes Offered

B.Sc(Medical)

Bachelor of Science -Medical

B.Sc(Non-Med)

Bachelor of Science -Non Medical
Department of Chemistry

Teaching Faculty

Dr.Narpinder Kaur                      >>
Ms.Swinky Puria                           >>
Ms. Davinderjit Kaur                   >>
Department of Chemistry

Activities

  • A Science Quiz competition was organized on the occasion of National Science Day, at Dasmesh Girls College on 28 February, 2020 under the leadership of Dr. Karamjit Kaur, Principal, Dasmesh Girls College, Mukerian. An online poster making competition was organized by the Department of Chemistry, Dasmesh Girls College on COVID-19 Awareness on 30th May 2020.
  • An Extension lecture was organized by the Department of Chemistry, on the topic “Conceptualization of Photochemistry” by Dr. Sumanjit Kaur,(Resource Person) on 16th March, 2019. 
  • One day Chemistry seminar was organized by the Department of Chemistry, Dasmesh Girls College, on 16th March, 2015, in which Honorable resource person Dr. Rohit Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Panjab University, Chandigarh delivered an illuminating talk on the topic “Chemistry at the Interface of Biology: Amino Acid/Peptide Metal Nanoparticle Conjugates”.
  • One day Chemistry seminar was organized by the Department of Chemistry, Dasmesh Girls College, on 16th March, 2015, in which Honorable resource person Dr. Venugopalan Paloth, Chairman, Department of Chemistry, Panjab University, Chandigarh delivered an illuminating talk on the topic “Dreams and Reality: Some Reflections From X-ray Crystallography”.