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|English||Self Study||Video and Text Based|
The Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry program aims to make the participants comfortable in two important advanced organic chemistry topics: organic photochemistry and organic reactions. It will cover all the major topics in both the sections using video lectures, assignments, and tutorial sections.
The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) has crafted the syllabus for the Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry certification. NPTEL is an initiative of seven IITs in the country, whereas Swayam is an online learning platform, an initiative of the Ministry of Education, Government of India. Professor Sankararaman from IIT Madras will be the educator for the course.
Moreover, Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry is an online course that provides free course material and an e-certificate for interested participants. It is eight weeks long and a core postgraduate course in chemistry. It is an AICTE-approved FDP course.
|Fees Informations||Certificate Availability||Certificate Providing Authority|
|INR 1000||yes||IIT Madras|
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry fee structure
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry (Exam Fee)
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry program participants must complete an introductory course in organic chemistry, reaction mechanics, and stereochemistry to completely comprehend the course material.
Certificate Qualifying Details
Moreover, the eligibility criteria for the certificate qualification are three-fold.
Candidates must submit all eight assignments, of which, the best six assignments will be used and averaged to determine the assignment score. The assignment score carries a 25% weightage in the final score. Candidates must score 10/25 or above to qualify.
Candidates must also appear for an offline exam. The exam score carries a 75% weightage in the final score. They must secure 30/75 and above for qualification.
The final score will be determined by adding the exam score and the assignment score. Candidates must score 40/100 or above for certificate qualification. Only individuals who fulfill all three criteria will receive the certificate.
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry program will cover the following areas:
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry curriculum is designed to keep students of upper-level graduates, core postgraduates, final year BSc, MSc, and Ph.D. students in mind.
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry program do not have an enrolment application form. Candidates can join the program by simply signing up or logging into the Swayam website.
To sign in, candidates need to enter and verify their email addresses and enter a unique username and password. They can also choose to skip the signup process by logging in using their existing Swayam account or signing in through their Google/Microsoft/Facebook account.
Candidates enrolled in the Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry training have to pay the exam fee of Rs 1,000 and take the offline examination when the course ends.
They also need to fill out an online exam form by providing the required details. The offline exam will be held at designated exam centers and will be supervised by a proctor. All the details related to the exam will be given to the students in advance. These details include the assigned exam center, address of the exam center, exam timing, duration, etc.
Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry has a course duration of eight weeks.
Yes. There will be eight weekly assignments in this course.
No. The exam is offline. However, candidates can choose their nearest exam center to appear for the examination.
Candidates can access the course material on Swayam's online portal at https://swayam.gov.in/.
The exam duration is three hours.