BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT:
The department of Chemistry was established in the year 1958. Presently the department offers B.Sc course with the following group combinations – M.P.C, C.P.Cs, B.Z.C, BC.Z.C, BT.B.C. Later in the year 2009 M.Sc (organic Chemistry) course was started.
The Department of Chemistry maintains at the provision of quality education in the subject of Chemistry at UG and PG level to women students hailing from rural areas, economically poor families and most of them are the first generation educators from their families.
- The Department of Chemistry proposes to provide free coaching for PG SET examination in the subject of chemistry to the students.
- The Department of Chemistry has established Marie Curie Chemistry Instrumentation Centre in this academic year with an objective to strengthen the research potentiality of our students.
- The Department of Chemistry commenced a new ‘Skill Oriented Certificate Course’ titled “Fair & Lively – Cosmetics & General Health Products” from this academic year.
- The department has initiated “Departmental Faculty Forum” so as to share subject knowledge among the faculty of the department.
- The department is conducting “Lab Cleaning Day” every Year in the third week of January.
- The department is maintaining a “Chemistry Bulletin Corner so as to provide information pertaining to Chemistry to the students.
- Sri K.V. Murali Krishna, Lecturer in Chemistry contributed Sanskrit slokas and also one of the reviewers of the book “God Isvar … Swastika Science” authored by Sri M. Maheswar, Washington DC, USA. Published by - Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, North Charleston, South Carolina, USA. ISBN-13: 978-1482706796 9 (amazon.com books)
- Dr. C.V. Rajeswari, Principal, K.V.R. Government College (w), (A), Kurnool.
- Dr. SV. Krishna, Retired Reader in Chemistry, K.V.R. Government College (w), (A), Kurnool
- Dr. A. Samba Siva Reddy, Retired Reader in Chemistry, K.V.R. Government College (w), (A), Kurnool
MRP: Dr. B. Anusha, Lecturer in Chemistry, completed on one Minor Research Project.
NATIONAL SEMINAR: The department has conducted an UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Green Chemistry: Contribution to Environmental Sustainability”.