CSIR NET - LEADER - Chemical Sciences (December 17)

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          The Curriculum Section of this Course covers the following Content :

  • 15 Units of Theory [PART B & C]
  • 15 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs) [PART B & C]
  • 5 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs) [PART B & C]
  • 5 Model Solved Papers (MSPs) [PART A, B & C]
  • 3 Previous Year Solved Papers (DEC 2015, JUNE 2016, DEC 2016) (PSPs) [PART B & C]

Module: CSIR - NET THEORETICAL COURSE without Part A (Chemical Sciences)

  • Subject: Chemical Sciences
    • Section : Part B and C
      • Unit 1: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I

        Lecture 1: Chemical Periodicity

        Lecture 2: Chemical Bonding and Structures of Molecules

        Lecture 3: Concepts of Acids and Bases

      • Unit 2: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II

        Lecture 1: s-Block Element

        Lecture 2: p-Block Element- i (Group -13)

        Lecture 3: The p - Block Element - ii

        Lecture 4: Noble Gases

        Lecture 5: d - Block Element or Transition Elements

      • Unit 3: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-III

        Lecture 1: Inner Transition Elements

        Lecture 2: Lanthanide Contraction

        Lecture 3: Organometallic Compounds

        Lecture 4: Classification of Ligands

        Lecture 5: 18-Electron Rule and the Stability of Organometallic Complexes

        Lecture 6: The Effective Atomic Number Rule (EAN)

        Lecture 7: Standard Bonding Modes

        Lecture 8: Reactions of Organometallic Compounds

        Lecture 9: General Features of Oxidative Additions

        Lecture 10: Homogeneous Catalysis

        Lecture 11: Heterogeneous Catalysis

        Lecture 12: Coordination Chemistry

      • Unit 4: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IV

        Lecture 1: Cages and Cluster Compund

        Lecture 2: Analytical Chemistry

        Lecture 3: Bioinorganic Chemistry

      • Unit 5: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-V

        Lecture 1: Spectroscopy

        Lecture 2: Nuclear Chemistry

      • Unit 6: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-I

        Lecture 1: Quantum Mechanics

        Lecture 2: Postulates of Quantum Mechnics

        Lecture 3: Operators in Quantum Mechanics

        Lecture 4: Quantum Mechanics of Simple Systems

        Lecture 5: Fine Structure in the Hydrogen Atomic Spectrum

        Lecture 6: The Schrodinger Wave Equation for Multi-electron Atoms

        Lecture 7: The Hartree and Hartree Fock Self-Consistent Field (SCF) Method

        Lecture 8: The Slater Determinant for n-Electron Atoms

        Lecture 9: Probability Distribution of Electrons Around the Nucleus

        Lecture 10: Wave Mechanical Treatment of Probability Distribution for 1s Atomic Orbital of Hydrogen

        Lecture 11: Physical Interpretation of the Hydrogenic Atomic Orbitals

        Lecture 12: Secular Equations

        Lecture 13: Important Theorem of Quantum Mechanics

        Lecture 14: Atomic Structure and Quantum Theory

        Lecture 15: Black Body Radiation

        Lecture 16: Photoelectric Effect

        Lecture 17: The Bohr's Theory of an Atom

        Lecture 18: Hydrogen Spectrum

        Lecture 19: The Heisenhberg Uncertainty Principle

        Lecture 20: The Compton Effect

        Lecture 21: Quantum Numbers

        Lecture 22: Alkali Spectra

      • Unit 7: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-II

        Lecture 1: Chemical Bonding in Diatomics

        Lecture 2: Valence Bond Theory

        Lecture 3: Molecular Orbital Theory (MOT)

        Lecture 4: Huckel Theory for Conjugated pi-Electron Systems

        Lecture 5: Group Theory

        Lecture 6: Molecular Spectroscopy

        Lecture 7: Pure Rotation (Microwave) Spectra

        Lecture 8: Vibrational (Infrared) Spectra of Diatomic Molecules

        Lecture 9: Classical Theory of Raman Scattering

        Lecture 10: Electronic Spectra

        Lecture 11: Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

        Lecture 12: NMR Spectroscopy

        Lecture 13: Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Spectra

        Lecture 14: Mossbauer Spectroscopy

        Lecture 15: Photoelectron Spectroscopy (PES)

        Lecture 16: Zeeman Effect in NQR Spectra

        Lecture 17: Mass Spectrometry (MS)

      • Unit 8: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-III

        Lecture 1: Thermodynamics

        Lecture 2: Statistical Thermodynamics

      • Unit 9: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-IV

        Lecture 1: Electrochemistry

        Lecture 2: Chemical Kinetics

      • Unit 10: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY - V

        Lecture 1: Colloids and Surfaces

        Lecture 2: Solid State

        Lecture 3: Polymer Chemistry

        Lecture 4: Data Analysis

      • Unit 11: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - I

        Lecture 1: IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

        Lecture 2: Principle of Stereochemistry

        Lecture 3: Aromaticity

        Lecture 4: Organic Reactive Intermediate

      • Unit 12: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - II

        Lecture 1: Mechanism of Organic Reactions

        Lecture 2: Selective Organic Named Reactions

        Lecture 3: Organic Transformations and Reagents

      • Unit 13: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - III

        Lecture 1: Concept in Organic Synthesis and Asymmetric Synthesis

        Lecture 2: Pericyclic Reactions

      • Unit 14: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - IV

        Lecture 1: Photochemistry

        Lecture 2: Heterocyclic Chemistry

        Lecture 3: Chemistry of Natural Products

        Lecture 4: Structure Determination of Organic Compounds by Spectroscopy

      • Unit 15: INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPICS

        Lecture 1: Chemistry in Nanoscience and Technology

        Lecture 2: Catalysis for Green Chemistry

        Lecture 3: Medicinal Chemistry

        Lecture 4: Supramolecular Chemistry

        Lecture 5: Environmental Chemistry

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