Central Department of Chemistry

Tribhuvan University

Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal




On September 20, 2011, Ms. Ambika Gaihre was awarded with Bashant Bikram-Gyanu Shah Research Fund Award. Some snaps of this moment can be seen in Photo Gallery.

The result of the Entrance examination 2069 for admission in M.Sc. first year (chemistry) is published and is available at Publications sections. 

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Courses offered for Master’s Degree in Chemistry (M. Sc.) in the Central Department of Chemistry are of two years duration. The total marks in theory and laboratory works in M. Sc. first part are 500. Similarly the total marks in theory, laboratory work and/or dissertation in M. Sc. second part are 500. During second year session, students may choose an area of specialization in one of the three separate streams: Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry while in first year all students are in one general stream. The second year students may choose one of the following papers as elective subject: Spectroscopy, Nuclear Chemistry, Natural Product Chemistry and Food Chemistry. In context of emerging new developments in Chemistry, the Department is doing homework in introducing more courses as electives in future.

Candidates seeking admission to the M. Sc. Degree must hold a B. Sc. degree with major in Chemistry from Tribhuvan University (TU) or an equivalent Degree from the Universities recognized by the TU. They must be qualified in the Entrance Test conducted by the Department. Candidates seeking to admit in the Ph. D. program must have an M. Sc. degree in Chemistry from TU or an equivalent Degree from the University recognized by the TU.

Syllabus of First Year
Syllabus of Second Year