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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Department of Chemistry

+ Department of Chemistry

The department of chemistry came into being in 1947, the year in which the college was established. Honors in chemistry were opened in 1978 to cater the needs of students of the undivided Koraput district. M.Sc. in chemistry was opened in 1993 as per the demands of the students seeking higher studies.

The Department was served by eminent teachers in the past bringing high reputation to the department. At present, the number of faculty of the department is 06(six).The teachers are sincere and committed. The sincerity and dedication of the faculty has been, to an extent, able to offset the shortfall in sanctioned strength. This is reflected in the success percentage and achievements by the students, as reflected in the student profile.

The college being an autonomous college it prepares its own curriculum. The Board of studies of chemistry, comprising the Head of the department, two senior teachers of the Department and learned teachers from the nearby colleges decided to introduce the CBCS syllabus guided by UGC model curriculum from academic session 2015-16 in UG programme and from academic session 2016-17 in PG Programme. To cope with the new CBCS curriculum the students are oriented properly in the welcome meeting itself and the teaching staff also provided with a good seminar library with some new books. To inculcate Laboratory skills to the students new laboratory equipments like pHmeter, Conductivity meter, Potentiometer, Spectrophotometer, electronic balance etc are procured.

The students of the college are sincere and hardworking which is reflected in the success rate of the students of the department. The percentage of success of the students of the department has been reasonably good over the last five years. The students of the Department have qualified in many state and national level competitive examinations and few of them also qualified in CBSE NET examination and are involved in research work in prestigious organizations like DRDO, TIFR, RRL etc.

The faculty attends to the problems faced by the students in the academics and guides them to cope with the pressure of studies.

The Department has potential to grow into a centre of excellence if the physical and the organic infrastructural needs are fulfilled.

+ Faculty

Name: Shri Ranjan Kumar Pradhan, HoD
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Sc (Chem.), M.Sc ( Ecology & Env.)
Contact No: 09437338582
Email Id: ranjankumar5769@gmail.com
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Name: Dr. Braja Bandhu Nanda
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D
Contact No: +91-9937175674
Email Id: drbbnanda@gmail.com
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Name: Dr. Ujwal K Sarangi
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: PhD (IITM), Post-doc (UOH)
Contact No: 9078879204
Email Id: ujalsarangi@gmail.com
website :https://sites.google.com/site/drujwalksarangi/
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Name: Santosh Ranjan Behera
Designation: Jr. Lecturer in Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc (Chemistry), M. Ed
Contact No: 9437765181
Email Id: santosh.sr6520@gmail.com
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Name: Trishna Priyadarsini Pradhan
Designation: Jr. Lecturer In Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc, M.Phill In Chemistry
Contact No: 9437840929
Email Id: trishna.pradhan1990@gmail.com
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Name: Manasi Panda
Designation: Guest Faculty in Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc, M.Phill, PGDCA
Contact No: 06854 - 251310
Email Id: manasipanda6@gmail.com
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Name: Pabitra Mohan Bissoyi
Designation: Guest Faculty in Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc
Contact No: 9437586916
Email Id: Pabitramohanbisoyi@gmail.com
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Name: Girish Chandra Hota
Designation: Guest Faculty
Qualification: M.Sc
Contact No: 9937020582
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Name: Sruti Sudha Suar
Designation: Guest Faculty in Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc, M.Phill
Contact No: 8763694900
Email Id: srutisudha.111@gmail.com
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Name: Dr. Anand Chandra Samantray
Designation: Demonstrator
Qualification: M.Sc, Ph.D, LLB
Contact No: 09438102963
Email Id: dranandsamantrayjyp@gmail.com
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Name: Jitendra Narayan Samanta
Designation: Demonstrator in Chemistry
Qualification: M.Sc, LLB
Contact No: 9437195295
Email Id: jnsamantajyp@gmail.com
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+ Course Offered With Syllabus

» COURSE OF STUDIES OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY CBCS ADMISSION BATCH 2016 ONWARDS

» COURSE OF STUDIES OF BACHELOR DEGREE SCIENCE CBCS ADMISSION BATCH 2015 ONWARD CHEMISTRY

» COURSE OF STUDIES OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY CBCS ADMISSION BATCH 2016 ONWARDS

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Researchs Papers Published in International & National Journals
1. P. C. Mohanty, K. C. Hati, B.B. Nanda, P. K. Mishra, Ultrasonic studies of KI in glycol and water mixtures at 303.15K, Ultra Science,16 (1), 87-90 (2004),ISSN-2319-8044 (Online), Impact Factor: 2.81

2. P. C. Mohanty, K. C. Hati, B.B. Nanda, J.R.Mohanty, P. K. Mishra, Ultrasonic Studies of KI in Dioxane + water solvent at 303.15, Journal of Indian Council of Chemists.21(1) 17-20 (2004).ISSN-0971-6037 Print.

3. P. C. Mohanty, B.B. Nanda, C. Chakraborty, P. K. Mishra, Thermodynamics of some sodium salts in Glycol + water system, Asian Journal of Chemistry,17, (2 ),895-901 (2005).ISSN- 0975-427X.

4. B.Das, P.K.Panda, B.B. Nanda, P. K. Mishra Ultrasonic studies of Cadmium bromide electrolytein aqueous blood serum medium at 303.15 K, Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Vol. 6 (2), 313-318 (2010).ISSN-2319-8044 (Online), Impact Factor: 2.29.

5. B.B. Nanda. C. Mohanty, P. K. Mishra. Thermodynamics of BaCl2 and BaBr 2 in Methanol + water and Ethanol + water system at different Temperatures. Journal of Ultra Chemistry, 6 (2), 193-198 (2010).ISSN-2319-8044 (Online), Impact Factor: 2.29.

6. B.B. Nanda, Ultrasonic studies of BaCl2 in glycol and water mixtures at 303.15K, Journal of teaching and research. 17(2), 39-48 (2010).Impact Factor: NA

7. B.B. Nanda,Binita Nanda, P. C. Mohanty, Effect of concentration on thermo acoustic and nonlinearity parameter (B/A) of barium chloride solutions in glycol-water mixtures at 303.15K,Journal of Molecular Liquids.171,50-53 (2012).ISSN-0167-7322, Impact Factor: 2.74

8. B .B. Nanda ,R.R. Biswal, R. Acharya, J. S. B. Rao, P.K. Pujari, Determination of aluminium contents in selected food samples by instrumental neutron activation analysis, Journals of Radio analytical Nuclear Chemistry, 302, 1471-1474 (2014).ISSN-0236-5731 (Print) 1588-2780 (Online), Impact Factor: 1.074

9. B. B. Nanda. Effect of concentration on Ion Solvent Interactions and Thermo acoustic parameters of Barium chloride in mixed solvents at 303.15 K, Int. Journal of Research and Rivew in Pharmacy and Applied Science. 6(1) 1290-1302 (2016).ISSN-2249-1236,Impact factor: 1.15

10. B.B. Nanda, J.S.Brahmaji Rao, R. Kumar, R. Acharya:Determination of trace concentration of aluminium in raw rice samples using Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis and Particle Induced Gamma-ray Emission methods, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 310 (3), 1241-1245(2016). ISSN-0236-5731 (Print) 1588-2780 (Online), Impact Factor: 1.074

11. B. B. Nanda, Determination of available volume using thermo acoustical parameters and evaluation of ion-solvent interactions in liquid solutions. Indian J Pure Appl Phys. 54, 471-475 (2016)ISSN-0975-1041(online), 0019-5596(print), Impact Factor: 0.739

Papers Published in International and National Seminars:
1. B. B.Nanda, Binita Nanda, U. K. Sahoo, Construction of conducting polymers and its application in lithium-ion batteries, National Conference on Plastics and Composites, (2011) 26-28

2. G. Nathand B. B. Nanda, Methods of Ultrasonic Measurements, AICTE Sponsored National seminar on Advances in Instrumentation Measurement & Automation, (2011) 201-205

3. B.B.Nanda.Our plastic food chain -or- the turtle who pooped off plastic, Proceedings of National Seminar on Plastic pollution in ocean and effect of Biota.( 2012)

4. B. B. Nanda. ICT in Teacher Education. Proceedings of National Seminar on Quality Assurance in Engineering Education (2013) 11-14

5. Binita Nanda, B.B Nanda, Synthesis of meso-porous MnO2-MCM-41 composite: A promising material for absorption and photo catalytic degradation of orange dye under visible light; Proceedings of National Seminar in Recent Trends of Nano-Technology in Chemical Sciences (2013), 21-22

6. B. Swain ,R. Mishra, B.B. Nanda, U.N. Dash,Thermo acoustic parameters of alkaline earth and transition metal chlorides in aqueous solutions at 303.15K, Proceedings ofNational Seminar on Ultrasonic, (2014),230-232

7. B.B. Nanda, R.R. Biswal, A. D. Shinde, R. Acharya P.K. Pujari. Determination of Aluminum contents in foodstuffs by Neutron Activation Analysis utilizing PCF of Dhruba research reactor, Proceedings of 5th symposium on Nuclear Analytical Chemistry, (2014) 108-109

8. B.B.Nanda, R, R, Biswal, R. Acharya. Determination of Aluminium content in Rice samples by INAA, Proceedings of National symposium on Nuclear and Radio chemistry (2015) 443-444.

9. B.B. Nanda, R.R. Biswal, R.Acharya, P.K. Pujari. Applications of INAA and PIGE Methods for Determination of Trace Concentrations of Aluminium in Rice Samples, Proceedings of Current Trends in Analytical Chemistry(2015) 72-73

10. B.B. Nanda, D. K. Ray, R. Acharya. Application of PIGE method for determination of aluminium concentrations in food and food products, Proceedings of organized by IOP, Bhubaneswar in celebration of 40th year of academic Activity, November 7-9, 2015.

11. B.B.Nanda, R. Acharya, Quantification of total aluminium concentrations in food samples at trace levels by INAA and PIGE methods. Proceedings ofInternational Symposium on Nuclear and Radio Chemistry.(2017) 438-439, ISBN-81

BOOKS PUBLISHED
1. Moderns ABC of Engineering Chemistry published by Modern Publisher, New Delhi in 2008.

1. Puttaiah Bhyrappa, Ujwal K Sarangi, Veerapandian Velkannan, and Venkatachalam Ramkumar. β-Tetrasubstituted meso-Tetra(4-n-butylphenyl) porphyrins and Their Metal Complexes: Synthesis and Structural Properties. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2014, 33, 5760-5770.

2. P. Bhyrappa, Ujwal K. Sarangi and B. Varghese. Switching nonplanar macrocycle to planar conformation in the Cobalt(II) and Cupper(II) β-tetra (2’-thienyl) -meso-tetraphenylporphyrin/ C60 cocrystallate Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.(Comun), 2014, 33, 5646-5650.

3. P. Bhyrappa, Ujwal K. Sarangi, and B. Varghese. Mixed β-pyrrole substituted meso-Tetraphenylporphyrins and their metal complexes: Synthesis, Structures and Electrochemical Redox Properties Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2015, 171-182.

4. P. Bhyrappa, V. Velkannan, and Ujwal K Sarangi. Crystal structures of unsymmetrically mixed β-pyrrole substituted nickel(II)-meso-tetraphenylporphyrins. J. Chem. Sci. 2016, 128, 1047-1055.

Eco Physiological effect of Red Mud Waste of an Aluminum industries on the seed biology of a crop plant, Environmental challenges of Twenty first century, (2003) Chapter 10

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