Snehapuri, Opp. HMT Bus stop,

Nacharam Road,Hyderabad,Telangana,India

Mobile: +91 7680924460

Welcome to Department of Chemistry


The Department of chemistry has its existence right from the inception of the college. It started with Undergraduate course in the year 1993 and was upgraded to postgraduate course in the year 2005.The department of chemistry is driven by considerations of quality with excellent infrastructural facilities and qualified faculty members, and is ever ready to design innovative instructional methodology. The students are equipped with experimental techniques individually to gain quality training with creativity and problem solving skills.

Department constituted ‘St. Pious Undergraduate Environment research’ (SPUGER) group and initiated multidisciplinary student education and research program for the members of the SPUGER group which is first of its kind. SPUGER group is actively involved in research on Environmental Studies and promoting awareness among the people. Significant feature of the Department is its creative Research, Innovation and generation of Human resources for long term sustainability of the Eco system .


Objectives of our Department are as follows:

  • To impart knowledge and human values to build progressive and motivated young women with scientific skill, temperament and commitment.
  • To offer subject knowledge with latest information and emerging trends that can help the students to achieve academic excellence.
  • To provide research culture for motivating young minds towards scientific research of contemporary interest.
  • To make the students aware of their responsibility towards society and ecosystem hence to imbibe “responsible citizenship behaviour” in them.

The Department of Chemistry offers Bridge Course to BSc First year students. The duration of the course is 20 hrs and is conducted at the beginning of First Semester. The objective of the course is to bridge the gap between Intermediate and three years degree course. The course aims to enrich the students with the fundamental concepts of general chemistry.