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Track 1: Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is the study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparation, of organic compounds, which contain carbon in covalent bonding. Carbon has four valence electrons and so can create four bonds in accordance with octet rule. Organic compounds usually are large and can have several atoms and molecules bonded together. Organic molecules can be large, and they comprise the structural components of living organisms: carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, and lipids. Carbon with its valence of four forms single, double, triple bonds, plus structures with delocalized electrons.

  • Track 1-1Functional groups
  • Track 1-2Aliphatic and aromatic compounds
  • Track 1-3Heterocyclic compounds
  • Track 1-4Nomenclature of new compounds
  • Track 1-5Efficiency in organic synthesis
  • Track 1-6Organic synthesis for materials science
  • Track 1-7Organic synthesis for life science

Track 2: Bioorganic Chemistry

 Nucleic acids are biopolymers or large biomolecules essential for all renowned forms of life. Nucleic acids that embrace DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid) are made up of monomers called nucleotides. If the sugar is ribose the compound is RNA. Once all 3 elements are combined they type a macromolecule. Nucleotides are called phosphate nucleotides. In organic chemistry, amino acids having each the paraffin and the acid teams attached to the first (alpha-) atom have particular importance known as 2-, alpha-, or α-amino acids (generic formula H2NCHRCOOH in most cases wherever R is an organic substituent referred to as a "side-chain" often the term "amino acid" is used to refer specifically to those.


  • Track 2-1Classification of amino acids
  • Track 2-2Peptides sequence analysis
  • Track 2-3Stereochemistry of amino acids
  • Track 2-4Acid-base behaviour of amino acids
  • Track 2-5Synthesis of amino acids
  • Track 2-6Reactions of amino acids
  • Track 2-7Peptide structure amino acid analysis
  • Track 2-8Nucleosides
  • Track 2-9Classification of carbohydrates
  • Track 2-10Fischer projections and the DL notational system
  • Track 2-11Aldotetroses
  • Track 2-12Epimerization and isomerisation
  • Track 2-13Disaccharides and polysaccharides

Track 3: Stereochemistry

The study of stereochemistry focuses on stereoisomers. The isomers have the same molecular formula and same number of bonded atoms, but differ in the three-dimensional orientations of their atoms in space. Stereo chemistry includes organic, inorganic, biological, physical and especially supra- molecular chemistry.  The effect on the physical or biological properties these relationships impart upon the molecules in question, and the manner in which these relationships influence the reactivity of the molecule.


  • Track 3-1Introduction
  • Track 3-2Structure
  • Track 3-3Stereoisomers
  • Track 3-4Properties of Stereo isomers
  • Track 3-5Separation of Stereoisomers
  • Track 3-6Heterotopic ligands and faces
  • Track 3-7Chiroptical properties

Track 4: Catalysis of Organic Compounds

 Catalysed reactions have a lower energy rate limiting than the corresponding un-catalysed reaction leading to a better reaction rate at a similar temperature and for similar chemical concentrations. However, the detailed mechanics of chemical change is complicated. Catalysts could affect the reaction atmosphere favourably or bind to the reagents to polarize bonds, for e.g. acid catalysts for reactions of carbonyl compounds or type specific intermediates that don't seem to be created naturally like osmate esters in osmium tetroxide-catalysed hydroxylation of alkenes or cause dissociation of reagents to reactive forms like chemisorbed hydrogen in chemical reaction.

  • Track 4-1Homogenous catalysts
  • Track 4-2Heterogeneous catalysts
  • Track 4-3Catalyst characterization methods
  • Track 4-4Catalyst formulation and preparation methods
  • Track 4-5Mechanism of catalytic reactions

Track 5: Organic Synthesis and Chemical Bonding

Organic synthesis is a special branch of chemical synthesis and is concerned with the intentional construction of organic compounds. Organic molecules are more complex than inorganic compounds, and their synthesis has developed into one of the most important branches of organic chemistry. Organic molecules are described has additional drawings or structural formulas, combinations of drawings and chemical symbols. Lewis structures simplest model in addition brought up as Lewis-dot diagrams show the bonding relationship between atoms of a molecule and thus the lone pairs of electrons among the molecule. Lewis structures can also be useful in predicting molecular pure mathematics in conjunction with hybrid orbitals. Resonance structures are used once one Lewis structure to determine the ionic bonding one molecule cannot fully describe the bonding that takes place between shut atoms. Organic reactions are chemical reactions involving organic compounds


  • Track 5-1Methodology and applications
  • Track 5-2Stereo selective synthesis
  • Track 5-3Synthesis design
  • Track 5-4Resonance and ionic bonds
  • Track 5-5Chem informatic tools for drug discovery
  • Track 5-6Polar covalent bonds and multiple bonding

Track 6: Structure and Reactivity of Organic Compounds

Theories of chemical structure was first developed by August Kekule, Archibald Scott Couper, and Aleksandr Butlerov, among others, from about 1858. These theories were first to determine the chemical compounds are not a casual cluster of atoms and functional groups, but relatively had a definite order defined by the valency of the atoms composing the molecule, giving the molecules a 3-D structure that could be determined or solved.

In the field of chemistry reactivity is most important for the compound which a chemical substance undergoes a chemical reaction, either by itself or with other materials, with a complete release of energy.

The chemical reactions of a single substance or the chemical reactions of two or more substances that interact with each other and the efficient study of sets of reactions of these two categories method that applies to the study of reactivity of chemicals of all kinds’ experimental techniques that are used to observe these procedures. Theories to expect and to explanation for these methods. The chemical reactivity of a single substance covers its behaviour.


  • Track 6-1Chemical composition
  • Track 6-2Macromolecules
  • Track 6-3Reactive intermediates
  • Track 6-4Carbon anions and carbon cation
  • Track 6-5Electrophiles and nucleophiles

Track7: Physical and Computational Organic Chemistry

Physical chemistry is the study of behaviour of the molecule and particular phenomena in chemical systems. In terms of principles and concepts of physics such as motion, energy, force, time, thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics, analytical dynamics and chemical equilibrium. Physical chemistry in contrast to chemical physics is predominantly a macroscopic or supra-molecular science, as the majority of the principles on which it was founded relate to the bulk rather than the molecular/atomic structure alone. Computational

Chemistry is a branch of chemistry that is used to solve chemical problems. It uses the methods of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient computer programs. To calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids it is necessary.


  • Track 7-1Thermochemistry
  • Track 7-2Conformational analysis
  • Track 7-3Non-covalent interactions
  • Track 7-4Acid-base chemistry
  • Track 7-5Kinetics
  • Track 7-6Quantum chemistry
  • Track 7-7Spectroscopy and crystallography

Track 8: Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the synthesis and behaviour of inorganic and organometallic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except carbon-based compounds, which are the subjects of organic chemistry. Inorganic chemistry has applications in every aspect of the chemical industry, including, materials science, catalysis, surfactants, medications, fuels, pigments and agriculture.

Bioinorganic chemistry is a field that explains the role of metals in biology. Bioinorganic chemistry includes the study of both natural phenomena and as well as artificially introduced metals. Those are the non-essential in medicine and toxicology. Many biological processes depend upon molecules that fall within the realm of inorganic chemistry.



  • Track 8-1Oxygen transport and activation proteins
  • Track 8-2 Metal ion transport and storage
  • Track 8-3 Bio mineralization
  • Track 8-4Alkali and alkaline earth metals
  • Track 8-5Transition

Track 9:Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry are disciplines at the intersection of chemistry, especially synthetic organic chemistry, and pharmacology and various other biological specialties, where they are included with plan, compound amalgamation and advancement for market of pharmaceutical specialists, or bio-dynamic atoms (drugs).

Substances utilized as prescriptions are frequently organic compounds, which are regularly isolated into the wide classes of  organic compounds (e.g., atorvastatin, fluticasone, clopidogrel) and "biologics" (infliximab, erythropoietin, insulin glargine), the last of which are regularly restorative arrangements of proteins (normal and recombinant antibodies, hormones, and so on.). Inorganic and organometallic compounds are additionally valuable as medications (e.g., lithium and platinum-based operators, for example, lithium carbonate and cis-platin and also gallium).


  • Track 9-1Aliphatic and aromatic compounds
  • Track 9-2Heterocyclic compounds
  • Track 9-3Nomenclature of new compounds

Track 10: Industrial Chemistry

Industrial chemical testing and regulatory services to help quality and regulatory standards and optimal efficiency across the supply chain. Industrial Chemistry is the branch of chemistry, applies physical and chemical processes of conversion of raw materials into products that are of useful for mankind.  Industrial chemistry is the manufacturing art for the transformation of waste matter into useful materials.


  • Track 10-1Industrial revolution
  • Track 10-2Life sciences
  • Track 10-3Technology
  • Track 10-4Speciality chemicals and consumer products

Track11: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical chemistry is the study of drugs, and it involves development of drugs. This includes drug discovery, introduction, absorption, metabolism, and more. Pharmaceutical chemistry incorporates treatments and remedies for disease, analytical techniques, pharmacology, metabolism, quality assurance, and drug chemistry. Pharmaceutics deals with the formulation of an unadulterated drug substance into a dosage form.

 Divisions of pharmaceutics include:

Pharmaceutical formulation

Pharmaceutical manufacturing

Dispensing pharmacy

Pharmaceutical technology

Physical pharmacy

Pharmaceutical jurisprudence

Unadulterated drug substances are generally white crystalline or amorphous powders. The clinical act of drugs depends on their form of presentation to the patient.


  • Track 11-1Pharmaceutical chemistry and novel aspects
  • Track 11-2Nano medicine and nanotechnology
  • Track 11-3Pharmaceutical biotechnology and tissue culture
  • Track 11-4Overview on pharmaceutical industry
  • Track 11-5Pharmaceutical analysis
  • Track 11-6Drug delivery techniques ,drug discovery and development
  • Track 11-7Drug designing methodologies

Track12: Organic Photochemistry

 Photochemistry is the branch of science deals with the effects of light. This term is utilized to depict a mixture reaction produced by absorption of light (wavelength from 100 to 400 nm) observable light (400 – 750 nm) or infrared radiation (750 – 2500 nm) in nature. Photochemistry is of enormous significance as it is the premises of photosynthesis, vision, and the development of vitamin D with sunlight. A photochemical reaction continues uniquely in contrast to temperature-determined reactions. Photochemical techniques get to high energy intermediates that can't be created thermally, vigour interference in a brief time frame, and permitting reactions generally difficult to reach by warm procedures. Photochemistry is likewise destruction, as shown by the photo-degradation of plastics.


  • Track 12-1Organic and organometallic photochemistry
  • Track 12-2Mechanistic organic photochemistry
  • Track 12-3Synthetic organic photochemistry

Track13: Electro Organic Chemistry

Electrochemistry is the part of chemistry deals with the inter-relation of electrical and chemical changes that are caused by the flow of current. Electrochemistry is a multidisciplinary branch which enables to deal with several fields within the physical, chemical and biological sciences

  • Track 13-1Bio electrochemical systems
  • Track 13-2Molecular electrochemistry
  • Track 13-3Synthetic electrochemistry
  • Track 13-4Protein electrochemistry

Track14: Fluorescent Molecules and Dyes

 Fluorescent molecules, also called fluorophores or simply flour’s, respond distinctly to light compared to other molecules. As shown below, a photon of excitation light is absorbed by an electron of a fluorescent particle, which raises the energy level of the electron to an excited state. Fluorescent dyes are non-protein molecules. They are often used in the fluorescent labelling of biomolecules and can be smaller or more photostable than fluorescent proteins but cannot be genetically encoded.

  • Track 14-1Fluorescence
  • Track 14-2Reactivity and conjugated dyes
  • Track 14-3Nucleic acid dyes
  • Track 14-4Cell function dyes
  • Track 14-5Uses outside the life proteins
  • Track 14-6Applications

Track15: Natural Products and Heterocyclic Chemistry

The biological and chemical properties of natural products for the past two centuries has produced drugs for the treatment of several diseases, But has instigated the development of synthetic organic chemistry and the medicinal chemistry as a major route to discover efficacious and novel therapeutic agents.  Nature provided a fascinating array of chemical structures in the form of bioactive secondary metabolite. 

<p style="\&quot;text-align:" justify;\"="">Heterocyclic chemistry is the branch of organic chemistry dealing with properties, and applications of these heterocyclic.  Although heterocyclic compounds are   inorganic most of the atoms contain at least one carbon atom. While the atoms are neither carbon nor hydrogen are normally referred to in organic chemistry as heteroatoms.


  • Track 15-1Chemistry and efficacy of natural products
  • Track 15-2Safety and regulation of natural products
  • Track 15-3Health and beauty product innovation
  • Track 15-4Methodologies for natural products

Track16: Analytical Techniques in Organic Chemistry

Analytical chemistry is the branch of science of obtaining, processing, and providing information about the composition and structure of matter. In other words, it is the art of determining what matter is present and if present then, how much of it exists. Analytical chemistry is often described as the branch of chemistry responsible for characterizing the composition of matter, both qualitatively and quantitatively.

An understanding of attraction dipoles and also the numerous types of non-covalent unit forces permits America to elucidate on a molecular level and many evident physical properties of organic compounds. Throughout this section, we square measure progressing to specialize in solubility, melting point and boiling purpose. Boiling happens once the chance of heat turning into internal energy and work to carry out vaporization   becomes up to the chance of the reverse pathway. The boiling thermal property is higher the stronger the unit attractions as a results of the stronger the static force of attraction, the ton of energy is required to separate the particles and the larger the static P.E. increase associated with vaporization.

  • Track 16-1Principles of molecular spectroscopy and electromagnetic radiation
  • Track 16-2Infrared spectroscopy
  • Track 16-3Mass spectroscopy
  • Track 16-4Uv vs abdorption spectroscopy
  • Track 16-5NMR spectroscopy
  • Track 16-6Molecular spectroscopy
  • Track 16-7Chromatography

Track17: Organometallic Polymers

Chemical reactions occur once collisions occur between atoms or molecules and there is ensuing modification among the arrangement of the chemical bonds. Therefore the rate of a reaction is proportional to the number of collisions between molecules.  Not every collision will cause a reaction of the complete variety of collisions solely a specific share will occur at the appropriate energy to allow the processes of force breaking and forming to occur. A first-order reaction could also be a reaction that yields at a rate that depends linearly on only one analysis. Differential rate laws square measure usually accustomed describe what is occurring on a molecular level throughout a reaction whereas integrated rate laws square measure used for crucial the reaction order and also value of the speed constant from experimental measurements and chemical biology.


  • Track 17-1Synthesis of polymers
  • Track 17-2Properties of polymers
  • Track 17-3Structure and morphology
  • Track 17-4Phase behaviour
  • Track 17-5Chemical and optical properties

Track18: Biochemical Interactions

Drug interaction is the change in the action or side effects of a drug caused due to administration with a food. There are many causes of drug interactions for example one drug may alter the pharmacokinetics of another drug alternatively.

The interactions may result from competition for a single receptor or signalling pathway. The risk of a drug-drug interaction increases with the usage of drugs. Over a third (36%) of the elders regularly uses five or more medications and 15% are at risk of a significant drug-drug interaction.

  • Track 18-1Pharmacodynamic interactions
  • Track 18-2Pharmacokinetic interaction
  • Track 18-3Herb-drug interaction
  • Track 18-4Underlying factors
  • Track 18-5Epidemiology

Track19: Biochemistry and Agricultural Chemistry

Biochemistry also called as biological chemistry, it is the study of chemical processes relating to living organisms

Agricultural chemistry  is the study of Biochemistry and mostly organic chemistry which are vital in agricultural production. The processing of raw products into foods and beverages in environmental monitoring and  hazardous rectification. These studies emphasize the relationships between plants, animals and microorganism and their environment. The science of chemical compositions and changes concerned within the production, protection and use of crops and placental. All the life process through those humans acquire food and fibre for themselves and feed for their animals. As an engineering or technology it's directed towards management of these processes to extend yields, improve quality and cut back prices.


  • Track 19-1Biochemistry and agrochemicals
  • Track 19-2Elementary calculus
  • Track 19-3Weed biology and control
  • Track 19-4Biochemistry and metabolism

Track 20: Green and Environmental Chemistry

 Green chemistry is also known as sustainable chemistry. It is the branch of chemistry and chemical engineering focused on the creations of products and processes that minimize the use and protect the generations from hazardous substances.

Environmental chemistry focuses on the consequences of chemical polluting on nature. Environmental chemistry focuses on technological approach preventing pollution and reducing consumption of non-renewable resources.

  • Track 20-1Green catalysis
  • Track 20-2Green chemical solvents
  • Track 20-3New trends in green chemistry
  • Track 20-4Chemical risk and regulatory issues
  • Track 20-5Human exposure and toxicity