MBB College
General information
Established in1947
Courses OfferedHonours & General
HODDr. Asish Mitra
Associate Professors1
Paper Presentations21
Books / Book Chapters2
OC, RC & FDP14
Assistant Professors2
Postgraduate Teachers0
Guest Lecturers0
Brief Profile of the Department

1. Names of Programmes: B .Sc (Honours & Pass, CBCS) and Integrated

Master Degree (IMD). IMD from 2020

2. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization:

i) Dr. Asish Mitra, M.Sc, PhD, Associate Professor, Analytical Special

ii) Dr. Sudhan Debnath, M.Sc, PhD, UGC-CSIR JRF-NET Qualified,

Associate Professor, Organic Special

iii) Dr. Pradip Debnath, Assistant Professor, M.Sc, PhD, UGC-CSIR, JRF

NET Qualified, Organic Special

3. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:

i) Sri Bikash Saha, Laboratory Attendant

ii) Sri Nirmal Debnath, Group-D

4. Details of Infrastructural facilities

a) Library: The Department has its own library with a good numbers of books.

The books are generally provided for only reading purposes to the


b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: In addition to central ICT facility, one

computers with Internet facility in the Department

c) Class rooms with ICT facility: One classroom with ICT facility

d) Laboratories: Three laboratories for students, one research laboratory and

one instrument room, one computer center

5. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:

Audio video teaching aids, models, field works, seminars, assignments, special classes, viva-voce, group discussion etc.

6. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:

i) The students participate in extension activities organized by the college

NSS unit

ii) Students participate in programmes organized by Science forum of the


iii) Students participate in Swachh Bharat Mission organized by college

Programme Outcome

Chemistry plays a pivotal role for understanding the natural world from any perspective and also imparts the understanding of substances, their inter conversions and the making of materials for the benefit of humans. Chemistry utilizes the natural substances and creates artificial ones. This applied science is being explored to understand the behavior of living organisms and to develop new drug molecules for alleviating the complex diseases in diversified manner.

The undergraduate B.Sc. (Gen & Hons) programme in Chemistry enables the students:

• To understand the fundamental chemical theories and their applications.

• To become familiar with the different branches of chemistry like organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, environmental, polymer and biochemistry etc.

• To acquire critical thinking skill, analytical skill, problem solving skill and data analysis skill.

• To develop the ability to design, synthesize, separate and characterize the compounds.

• To understand the cause of environmental pollution like air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution etc in molecular level.

• Understand the role of Chemistry to combat differential environmental pollution issues and how to develop sustainable world.

• To inculcate planning and exploration of scientific ideas and research oriented skill among the students.

• To explore the knowledge how computer may be useful in solving chemical problems.

• To make the students efficient enough to work in chemical industry and scientific laboratories in time bound manner.

After completion of degree, students have the opportunities to make career in the following areas:

• B.Sc Chemistry candidates may opt for M.Sc and after completion of M.Sc they face GATE, NET etc. examinations and after successful completion they may join in PhD programme with fellowship.

• B.Sc. (Gen & Hons) Chemistry passed students can apply for competitive examinations like IAS, TCS, TPS, TFS Banking, and Railway Service Examinations.

• Students with B.Sc, B.Ed. can apply for trained Graduate Teacher in different Govt. and Non-Govt. schools.

• B.Sc Chemistry (Hons.) can be experts in health-related areas such as nutrition, medicine and health care etc.

• They can apply for the post of Research Assistants, Laboratory Assistant in Chemical Laboratories.

• B.Sc Chemistry candidates may apply for Junior Scientific Officer in Forensic Laboratory.

• B.Sc Chemistry candidates can apply for Chemical Technicians, Toxicologist, Water Chemist, Analytical Chemist, Synthetic Chemist, Quality Control Chemist.

• B.Sc Chemistry candidates may apply for Medical Representative of different Pharma Companies.

• B.Sc Chemistry candidates may be recruited in different research projects as Project Assistant.

• B.Sc. Chemistry candidates can apply in different public sector enterprise and public sector undertakings companies as

o Junior scientist

o Junior chemist

o Scientific assistant

o Assistant Chemist

o Chemical operator

o Laboratory analyst

o Plant operator

• Apart from these B.Sc Chemistry candidates can be appointed as trainee in PSE and PSUs.

They can also be recruited in chemical industries e.g., cement industry, agro product industry, paint industry, rubber industry, petrochemical industry, food processing industry, fertilizer industry, cosmetic industry, polymer industry etc.

Dr. Asish Mitra
Associate Professor
Dr. Pradip Debnath
Assistant Professor
Dr. Saikat Das Sharma
Assistant Professor
Strength of the Department


a) Department has efficient and dedicated faculties. They are very cooperative

and sit together to solve the academic and personal problems of the


b) Qualified Guest Faculties

c) Learner-centric teaching approach are practiced and ICT uses for teaching

d) All the faculty members hold the PhD degree

e) Faculty members undergo orientation and Refresher courses to keep

themselves updated on the latest trend of education and related areas

f) Faculty members have participated and presented papers in national and

international seminars and conferences etc.

g) Faculty members published research papers in National and International


h) The Department has its own library with a good numbers of books. The

books are generally provided for only reading purposes to the students.

i) In addition to a Research laboratory three general laboratories for the

students operate

j) Good Academic Result

k) Good research initiative and output by the faculty

l) Participation of students in science exhibitions, games and sports, short term

training organized by DBT-HUB etc.

m) On 1st and 3rd Saturday students are given coaching on various

competitive related to subject

n) One Class rooms with ICT facility and three huge laboratories for students,

one research laboratory and one instrument room, one computer room

Weakness of the Department


a) Shortage of sufficient number of permanent faculties and non-teaching staff

(Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Attendant and Store keeper)

b) The existing laboratory equipment's is not sufficient to disseminate

quality teaching