This programme is designed to promote research in a wide range of areas including Solid State Chemistry, Photo Catalysis, Advanced Electronic Materials, Coordination Chemistry, Organic Synthesis, Biosensors, Environmental Chemistry and Nanomaterials.
Duration: Minimum 3 years & maximum 6 years + 1 month extension
The candidate shall possess M.Sc /M.Phil. Degree in Chemistry with a minimum CGPA of 6.75 out of 10 or 60% aggregate marks at either the Bachelor’s or the Master’s Degree.
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