Department of Chemistry

Basaveshwar Science College ( A College with Potential for Excellence), Bagalkot has been established as an Arts & Science College in the year 1945 by B.V.V.Sangha Bagalkot. Chemistry as one of the major and minor subject has been introduced in the same year. Basaveshwar Science College was bifurcated in the year 1967. It is the only Independent Science College in the twin districts Bagalkot and Bijapur District. Since its inception, the Department offers Chemistry as Major and Minor subject. Now the students study Chemistry as one of the optional subjects. The Department is showing exponential progress rate. At present there are six well equipped laboratories. There is a newly established Research Laboratory with essential equipments like UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, IR Spectrophotometer, HPLC, Flame photometer, Nephelo Turbidometer etc useful for the students and staff in continuing the research work. This academic year there are 970 students studying in UG and PG.

There are six experienced and devoted faculty members with two Ph.D. holders, two of the staff have registered for their Ph. D and one M.Phil holders. Therteen faculties have been appointed by the management. Our faculty members are engaged in Research Work in different areas like Organic synthesis, Coordination chemistry, Bioorganic/ inorganic chemistry, Peptide synthesis, polymer and Nano-materials chemistry. In last few years there are 25 papers have been published. The department conducts Industrial study tour for VIth semester students annually. The Department of Chemistry organizes various seminars/workshops every year for the benefit of students and staff. During 2006-07, a state level seminar and 2008-09, a national level workshop in Chemistry for college teachers was organized in the college About 100 delegates participated in each event. The department conducts project work for VIth semester students annually.

The Members of staff have published Research papers in national/international journals and have attended various national /international seminars/workshops.

Objectives

• The main objective of the discipline is to introduce and expose the subject to the students of rural and urban area

• To enable the students is to understand, the utility of different chemical processes of industrial importance.

• To expose the students to the state of skill, additional knowledge and management techniques industrial study tours are being arranged every year.

• To conduct training programmer for college teachers.

Courses Offered:

• Under Graduate (B.Sc)

• Post Graduate (M.Sc): Post Graduate Course has been introduced in the year 2011 with an intake of 30 students.

Highlights

Chemistry Department is one of oldest departments of the college, with 17 staff members on its roll, two have Ph.D, 3 are with M.Phil, two have registered for Ph.D. Our faculty members are engaged in Research Work in different areas like Organic synthesis, Coordination chemistry, Bioorganic/ inorganic chemistry, Peptide synthesis, polymer and Nano-materials chemistry.

In the academic field, the achievements are as follows.

• In Research Field the staff members of chemistry are actively involved in different area of research such as Coordination Chemistry, Bioorganic/Inorganic Chemistry, Polymer and Nanotechnology

• One Major Research Project sponsored by VGST is in progress “Establishing Research Laboratory for the Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Complexes with Hydrazone Ligand and Study Its Biological Activities. Allowed found: 40.00, 000/-

• One Major Research Project funded by SERB-DST is in progress Bio-inspire Peptide-Based Spirochalcogenanes: Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity” Allowed fund: 15.68, 000/-

• External Expertise Doctoral Committee Member at Vellore Institute of Technology(VIT), Chennai, Tamilnadu, India 2016 – 21

• Dr. D. S. Lamani and Dr. B. N. Kirasur. Presented his work In International Conference on International Conference on Science and Technology: Future challenges and solution (STFCS-2016) jointly organized by JSPS and IJAA at Mysore University on date 08-09 2016.

• Dr. D. S. Lamani and Dr. B. N Kirasur. Presented work on “Recent Trends in Chemical Science (NTCS-2016), Organized by Manipal Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Manipal University, on Jan-11-12-2016, Karnataka, India.

• Devappa S. Lamani, B. N Kirasur, G. Mugesh presented work “Bio-inspire Spirochalcogenanes: Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity” “International Conference on Advances in Science and Engineering (ICASE-2017), 20 – 23 Jan 2017 at Bangkok, Thailand.

• Nine UGC sponsored Minor Research Projects have been completed by the Faculty of the Department

• One UGC sponsored Minor Research Project is ongoing

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, B.N.Kirasur, Vinayak S. Hegde, Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Oral Presentation. at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Akshay Kirasur, N.Kirasur International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Poster Presentation at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

• Vinayk Hegde, Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, N.Kirasur International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Poster Presentation at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

• Two Students Research Projects funded by VGST have been completed

• “International Year of Chemistry” was celebrated at the district level

• An UGC sponsored National Level Seminar “ Environment Friendly Chemistry: A Need of the Day”

• Twenty five papers were published by the faculty members in national and international journals

• Fifteen papers were presented in National, International and state level Conferences

• G Course in Chemistry has been introduced.

• One of our P.G Students has secured 3rd Rank to the University.

Staff List

Fecilities

Hi tech Class rooms and Laboratories. There is a newly established research laboratory with essential equipments like Flame photometer, Digital Balance, Muffle Furnace, Nephelo Turbido meter, Double beam UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Mono quartz Distillation Unit, Ice Making Machine etc useful for the students and staff in continuing the research work.

• Built up area of the department: 550 Sq m

• Number of Laboratories : 03

• Number of desk top computers : 02

• Number of Lap top computers : 01

• Teaching aids: OHP, LCD projector, Models of crystals, Charts

• Printers, scanners, other digital gadgets : Printer -1

• Major equipments in the department :

• UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

• IR Spectrophotometer

• HPLC

• Flame Photometer

• Muffle Furnace

• Nephlo Terbedi meter

• Digital Potentiometer, Calorie Meter

• Distillation Unit

• Digital Balance

• Digital Abbe’s Refractometer

• Rotary Vacuum evaporator with Vacuum pump

• Digital Colorimeter

• Digital PH meter

• Research Lab. Facilities :• Water Quality Analysis( Limited Parameters)

• Other learning / teaching resources :

• Educational CD/DVD’s

• Charts

• Lab manuals developed by staff

• Animations and simulations developed by staff

• Internet connectivity (Wi-Fi)

• Q-bank


Department Library:

• High speed Broadband Internet connection with Wi-Fi facility.

• Students use the Wi-Fi and access across the college.

• All systems are networked in each Lab using switches and Wi-Fi connection available


Awards:

• 1. Miss. P.H.Meti has awarded the following prizes for the year 2008-09

• a) Smt.P.P.Benni. Gold Medal

• b) Late Sri. V.C.Tallur. Gold Medal

• c) Prof. M.S.Channaveerayya. Gold Medal

• d) Prof S. Shiddappa Gold Medal

• e) Belgaum District Karnataka University golden jubilee celebration Committee- Gold Medal

• f) Late Sri D.S.Babat Memorial –Prize

• g) Basaveshwar Science College Bagalkot-Cash prize

• h) Sri K.H.Kabbur Scholarship

• i) Dr. D.C.Pawate- Diamond jubilee celebration scholor ship

• j) First Rank to the Karnatak University Dharwar with Gold Medal

Course Structure

VGST/DST-SERB/UGC Major research projects awarded:

1.Dr. B.N.Kirasur


Establishing Research Laboratory for the Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Complexes With Hydrazone Ligand and Study Its Biological Activities.Allowed found: 40.00, 000/-

2. Dr. Devappa Lamani


“Bio-inspire Peptide-Based Spirochalcogenanes: Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity”Allowed funds: 15.68, 000/-
UGC Minor research projects awarded:

3.Smt. S. R. Kaladagi


Synthesis, characterization and biological activity of metal complexes containing heterocyclic moity.Allowed funds: 1,85,000


List of Publications By Chemistry Dept:

Papers Published: Dr B. N. Kirasur :

1) Coordination chemistry of a new tetranucleating26-membered polyaza Macropolycylic ligand and a novel pheolate/ phthalazine-bridged Coppper (II) and Zinc (II) comlexex 2) Transitional metal complexes of thiosemicarbahydrazones withQuinoxaline HUB:An emphasis on Antidiabetic Property (Medicinal Chemistry Research-2011) 3) Hybrid Adsorbent Membrane of Polyvinyl Alcohol and Nanoparticla Pervoporation dehydration of Ethanol. (National Cnference-2013) National: — International: 02 Others

Papers Published Dr. N.M.KUGALI :

•Pollution of Drinking Water due to Fluoride and Dental Fluorosis at Hunagund Taluk of Bagalkot District, Karnataka-October-2010 Publication IJAPBPT

•Estimation of Nitrate ,Nitrite & Arsenic and other Physico Chemical Properties of water Jun-2013-IJPAES.

•Estimation of Nitrate , Nitrite & Arsenic and other Physico Chemical Properties of water of Bagalkot and Hungdung talukas Augast-2013-IRJP.

•Determination of physicochemical properties and Escherichia Coli in Water. Bagalkot district.Karnataka-Jan-Feb-2014 Publication OIIRJ

•Bacteriological of physicochemical analysis of drinking water samples at BGK Dist Feb 2014-Publication-IJPMR


Papers Published: Smt. K. H. Kakaraddi:

1) Assessment of Microbiological quality of drinking water in Bagalkote district.

2) Determination of Physicochemical properties and Escherichia Coli in water- Bagalkote district- Karnataka-Jan-Feb-2014-Publication OIIRJ.

3) Bacteriological and physicochemical analysis of drinking water samples at Bagalkote Dist.-Feb- 2014-Publication-IJPMR.

Papers Published: Shri S. M. Gaonkar :

1) Assessment and Toxicity of fluoride from ground water sources in and around Bagalkote district of Karnataka state.

2) Text books Published-Text book of Chemistry for V and VI Semester of RaniChannamma University –Belagavi

Papers Published Dr. Devappa Lamani: (Selected Publications)

1). Devappa S Lamani, Debasish Bhowmick and Govindasamy Mugesh, “Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity of Spirodiazaselenuranes” Org. Biomol. Chem. 2012, 10, 7933, DOI: 10.1039/C2OB26156A.

2). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik D. S. Lamani, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, “Benzo[h]quinolinebased Macrocyclic Copper(II) Cobalt(II) Complexes synthesis characterization and light induced DNA Cleavage studies” Journal of Macromolecule Science:(PAC) 46, 790-795, 2009.

3). Devappa S Lamani and Govindasamy Mugesh. “Substituent Effect on the Stability and Antioxidant Activity of Spirodiazaselenuranes” 2015, 20, 1-16, Molecules

4). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, H. R. Prakash Naik “Synthesis, characterization of diquinolineno [1,3,7,9] tetraazacyclododecine-7, 15 (14H, 16H)-dibenzene, and DNA binding studies of macrocyclic Co(II), Cu(II) complexes: as new class of antimicrobial agent” Journal of Macromolecule Science:(PAC) 45(10) 857-864, 2008

5). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, A. Savyasachai, H.Raja Naik “Synthesis and DNA Binding Studies of Novel Heterocyclic Substituted Quinoline Schiff Bases: A Potent Antimicrobial Agent” , 2008. Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (NN&NA) 27: 1197-1210

6) Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik,Anil. B. Naik and Prakash Naik “Synthesis, DNA binding and antimicrobial activity of base catalyzed 2-phenyl-3-pyrido [3, 2][1,3,4] thiadiazolo[3,2]quinoline derivatives” Journal of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, 185, 1-11, 2010

7). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, Prakash Naik and L. R Naik. “Synthesis and DNA Binding Behavior of Novel Fused-quinolin-3-yl)-6-phenyl-5,6-Dihydropyrimidine Derivatives in Aqueous Medium” Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (NN&NA) 29, 1-8, 2010

8) Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, Prakash Naik and L. R Naik “Synthesis, Characterization and DNA Binding Studies of S2N2 Donor Bis-Mercaptoquinoline Co(II) and Ni(II) Metal Complexes: A new class of Antimicrobial Agent” Journal of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, 185,550–558, 2010

9). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy Sahana K. N. Smitha .N.C, Anand, Pradeep. S.M, Nithin, Kenchappa, Achuthanada “A Simple and Efficient Carbodiimide Mediated One-pot Synthesis of Novel 2-(2- hydroxynaphthalen-1-yl)-3-phenyl-1,3-thiazolidin-4-one derivatives: A Potent Antimicrobial Agent” International Journal of ChemTech Research. 1-11, 2009

10). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy H. S. Bhojya Naik, H. R. Prakash Naik “An Efficient Carbodiimide Mediated Synthesis and DNA binding studies of Novel 2-Chloro/mercapto-quinoline fused-1,3-thiazolidinones via One-pot Three-Component Condensation” Journal of sulfur chemistry, 1-11, 2009

11). Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy H. S. Bhojya Naik, “An efficient synthesis and DNA binding interaction study of some novel heterocyclic fused pyarzole quinolines: A potent antimicrobial agent” African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry 4(11), 247-255, 2010 (Invited article for a Special Issue).

12). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, T. Aravinda, P.J. Bindu, D. S. Lamani, and H. Raja Naik, “Nanostructured TiO2 catalyzed microwave assisted synthesis of fused quinolines – DNA binding, molecular docking and antioxidant activity, Journal of medicinal chemistry 5, 148-157, 2009

13). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, M. Raghavendra, T. Aravinda and, D. S. Lamani “Synthesis of quinoline based thieno-seleno phenylquinazolinones. Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements” 184, 460-470, 2008

14). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S.Bhojya Naik, T.Aravinda, T.R.Ravikumar Naik, D.S. Lamani, “A Facile One Pot Synthesis Of 4-Methylthieno[2,3-b]Quinolin-3(2H)-One and 4-Methylseleno[2,3-b]Quinolin-3(2H)-One’s by Microwave Irradiation Under Solvent Free Condition” Journal: Organic Chemistry: An Indian Journal, 3, 4, 188-193, 2007

15). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, H. Raja Naikb, D.S. Lamani and T. Aravinda “Pyrimido[4,5-b]quinoline-2-thiol/ol: Microwave induced one pot synthesis, DNA binding and cleavage studie” Journal of sulfur chemistry,29,6, 583-592, 2008

16). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, H. Raja Naikb, D.S. Lamani and T. Aravinda “TiO2 nanopowder catalyzed microwave induced one pot synthesis of novel quinoline/ benzo[h]quinoline -3-carbonitrile under solvent free condition”. Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 180, 2109-2114, 2008.

17). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik T.R. Ravikumar Naik, D.S. Lamani, and T. Aravinda, “An efficient microwave assisted one pot synthesis of dioxolano quinoline/ benzo[h] quinolines as potent antibacterial agents” Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 185:355–360, 2010.

18). H.R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik D. S. Lamani, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, “Benzo[h]quinolinebased Macrocyclic Copper(II) Cobalt(II) Complexes synthesis characterization and light induced DNA Cleavage studies” Journal of Macromolecule Science:(PAC) 46, 790-795, 2009.

19).H. R. Prakash Naik, H. S. Bhojya Naik, T. R. Ravikumar Naik, D. S. Lamani, T. Aravinda. “A Rapid and Efficient Multicomponent Synthesis of Bi-Quinolines under Solvent-Free Conditions” Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 185:663–667, 2010.

Book chapter: Current research on mimics and models of selenium-containing antioxidants, in “Handbook of Chalcogen Chemistry: New Perspectives in Sulfur, Selenium and Tellurium (2nd Edition)”. Bhaskar J. Bhuyan,Devappa S. Lamani, Govindasamy Mugesh, Thomas Wirth. Eds.Devillanova, F. A.; du Mont, W.-W.The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013.

International: -22, National: – 01, others: Book chapter: 01

Papers Published: Smt. S.R. Kaladagi :

1. “Synthesis Characterization and antimicrobial activity of metal complexes derived from thiozole and 2-naphaldehyde” in IOSR Journal .


UGC Minor research projects Completed:>

UGC Minor research projects Completed:

SlNo Name of the faculity Year Allotted fund(Rs)
1 Dr.B.N.Kirsur 2010- Completed 2,00,000/-
2 Shri. N.M.Kugali 2011- Completed 1,75,000/-
3 Shri K.T.Tirakannavar 2014-Completed 2,00,000/-
4 Shri. S.H.Watawati 2014-Completed 2,00,000/-
5 Smt. S.G.Hunasikai 2014 -Completed 1,70,000/-
6 Shri.S.M.Gaonkar 2014 -Completed 90,000/-
7 Smt.S.S.Karishankari 2014-Completed 1,40,000/-
8 Dr. B.N.Kirasur 2013- Completed 2,00,000/-
9 Shri. N.M.Kugali 2013- Completed 1,75,000/-
10 Smt K.H.Kakaraddi 2014- Completed 1,60,000/-
11 Smt S R Kaladagi 2014- Completed 1,85,000/-

Linkages

•Esaar Laboratory Hubli

•Horticulture College. Bagalkot.

•Cement Factory,Bagalkot

•Elite Winary Pvt. Ltd. Mudhol

Placement

SELECTED STUDENTS LIST OF WIPRO CAMPUS 22-02-2016 Chemistry

Sl No Name Combination
1 B.M.Roja PCM
2 Laxmi Aralichandi PCM
3 Uma Nagaral PCM
4 Ramadevi Mudnur PCM
5 Chetan Naregal PCM
6 Kirti Balagavi PCM

SELECTED STUDENTS LIST OF FIRMNXT.COM CAMPUS 03-02-2016 Chemistry

Sl No Name Combination
1 B.M.Roja PCM
2 Akshta Ballolli PCM
3 Kaveri Chalawadi PCM
4 Kaveri Balakannavar PCM
5 Ankita Kalagi PCM
6 Jayashree kollur PCM
7 Mamata Tambake PCM
8 Avinash Kuri PCM
9 Manjula.A CBZ
10 Ayeesha Sulibhavi CBZ
11 Soumya CBZ
12 Sayeerabanu Shirur CBZ
13 Varsha Tandur CBZ
14 Mahalaxmi Vandali PCM
15 Bharati Hulgeri PCM
16 Ravi Indi PCM
17 Ramadevi Mudnur PCM

Rank List

SlNo Name of the Students Rank Year
MIss Bhuwaneshwary Sarasambi X 2018
1 Miss. Meti.P.H I 2009
2 Miss. Alakatti Shoubagya III 2006
3 Mr. Malaji. P.M. IV 2002
4 Miss. Revadagundi Rashmi III 2002
5 Mr. Pawar. S.k IV 2001
6 Miss. Bagewadi Rajani III 1999
7 Mr. Malaji. B.M V 1998
8 Mr. Malaji. S.M. I 1994
9 Miss. Khakandaki madhavi V 1989
10 Miss. Venkatapur Chaya VII 1985
11 Miss. Anekar Asha I 1985
12 Miss Gangavati. P.B. X 1981
13 Mr. Bayari. S.S. X 1981
14 M.r. Lokandi. V.A. VII 1971
15 Mr. Parvatikar. G.S. II 1969
16 Mr. Sindagi.S.S. IX 1969
17 Mr. Tolanur. S.I II 1968
18 Mr.Hiremath. S.P. I 1958

Academic Activities

Academic Activities:


1.Guest lecture on “Bio Inspiration” was arranged by the department for the B.Sc VI semester students on 27-01-2014

2.Guest lecture on “Opportunities for youth in academics and entreprenship” was arranged by the department for the B.Sc VI semester students on 22-12-2014

3.Guest lecture on “Spectroscopy” was arranged by the department for the B.Sc VI semester students on 02-03-2015

4.Guest lecture on “Essential of quantum chemistry” was arranged by the department for the B.Sc V semester students on 06-09-2015

5.Two days Orientation Programme for the High school teachers was conducted by the department on 12-09-2015 and 13-09-2015

6.Guest lecture on “Electronic spectra” was arranged by the department for the B.Sc VI semester students on 12-01-2016

7.Chemistry quiz for B.Sc VI semester students was conducted by the department on 21-01-2016

8.Industrial visit for B.Sc VI semester students- Batch I on 14-03-2016 and Batch II on 17-03-2016.

1 Two days orientation program for high school teacher Chemistry Aug 15,000/-
2 Awareness programme on plastic hazards Chemistry Sept 5,000/-
3 Toxicity of food additives- an awareness programme Chemistry Jan 5000/-
4 Toxicity of food additives- an awareness programme Chemistry Feb 6000/-

 

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Event Date participants
1 State level Seminar on ‘ Recent Trends in Chemistry’ 09-09-2006 College Teachers
2 Work-shop  on ‘Writing Skill, Scientific Publication and Use of Softwares’ 20-09-2008 College Teachers
3 Entrepreneurship programme 02-09-2009 B.Sc III Students
4 International Year of Chemistry 09-11-2011 One Day Seminar For PUC Students of Bagalkot Dt

• Work-shop on ‘ Blow-up Syllabus’ under CHEM- FORUM was conducted on 05-10-2009

• A Quiz Programme for IV and VI Sem. Students of our College was conducted on 28-01- 2010

• Bagalkot District Level Quiz Competition was conducted under CHEM FORUM on 30-01-2010

• An Industrial Tour was arranged by the Department to visit IICT Hyderabad 02-03-2010 to 05-03-2010

• Excitements in Chemistry on Account of Celebration of IYC-2011 Conducted on19-04-2011 For Degree Students

Conferences/Presentations/Workshop

1. Celebration of International Year of Chemistry Organized by Vision Group on Science andTechnology (VGST) held at KCP Science College, Bijapur on 17th October, 2011.

2. B. N. Kirasur, Conference on “Milestones of Chemistry in the last 100 Years” organized by S.Nijalingappa, College, Bangalore. On 10th September, 2011.

3. One day workshop on “Micro Analysis” held at P. C. Jabin Science College, Hubli, January, 2011.

4. Chem-Forum Annual Convention held at SDM College, Honnavar, U.K, 04, April, 2010.

5. National Conference on “Recent Trends in Drug Designing and Innovations in Coating, Conversion and Printing of Paper” Bangurnagar College, Dhandeli, 23-24, January, 2009.

6. National Workshop on “Bio-Medical Publication and Presentation of Scientific Work Using Advanced

7. Technologies and Software” organized by HSK College of Pharmacy, Bagalkot on 09-11, February, 2007.

8. Prof. Gaonkar, Assessment and Toxicity of fluoride from ground water sources in and around Bagalkote district of Karnataka state.

9. Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, B.N.Kirasur, Vinayak S. Hegde, Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Hybrid mixed matrix membranes of poly(vinyl alcohol) and molybdate for pervaporation of water-alcohol mixture International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Oral Presentation. at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

10. Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Akshay Kirasur, B.N.Kirasur Novel hybrid copolymeric membranes of poly(vinyl alcohol) graft acrylamide with sodium tungstate and their application in pervaporation separation of toluene- alcohol systems International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Poster Presentation at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

11. Vinayk Hegde, Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, B.N.Kirasur, Devid Camp, Harringnotolide inspired synthesis of novel molecular probes International Symposium on Nature Inspired Initiatives in Chemical Trends Poster Presentation at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad March 2-5, 2014

12. Mallikarjunagouda Patil, Vinayak Hegde, B. N. Kirasur, “CO2-Philic Nanocomposite of Titanium dioxide and Polyvinyl acetate Polymer Membranes with Extremely High Separation Performance” National Conference on Worlds Emerging Advancements in Chemical Technology Oral Presentation. Govinda Dasa First Grade College, Surathkal, 10-11, January, 2014.

13. Mallikarjunagouda Patil, Akshay Kirasur, Vinayak Hegde, B. N. Kirasur, “Membrane Fabrication-An Art” National Conference on Worlds Emerging Advancements in Chemical Technology Oral Presentation. Govinda Dasa First Grade College, Surathkal, 10-11, January, 2014.

14. Mallikarjunagouda Patil, Vinayak Hegde, B. N. Kirasur, Hybrid adsorbent membranes of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and Nanoparticle Zeolite A for pervaporation dehydration of Ethanol at their Azeotropic Point, National Conference on Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials Oral Presentation. Solapur University, Akkalkot, December, 2013.

15. Devappa S Lamani, Debasish Bhowmick and Govindasamy Mugesh, “Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity of Spirodiazaselenuranes” Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI) C/O: NIIST (CSIR), TRIVANDRUM. 14th CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry (NSC-14), During February 2-5, 2012, has been adjudged as the best poster in the symposium. This prize is endowed in memory of Prof. Bhaskar G. Maiya.

16. Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, A. Savyasachai, H. Raja Naik. Synthesis and DNA Binding Studies of Novel Heterocyclic Substituted Quinoline Schiff Bases National Seminar on Current Trends in Chemistry 18, 19 January-2008. Dept of Applied Chemistry Cochine University of Science and Technology Cochine 682 022, Kerala.

17. Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, H.R. Prakash Naik, L .R. Naik. Synthesis, Characterization and DNA Binding Studies of S2N2 Donor Bis-Mercaptoquinoline Co(II) and Ni(II) Metal Complexes: A new class of Antimicrobial Agent”. Interntional Conference on Frontiere in Chemical Research (ICFCR-2008). 29-31 Dece-2008. Dept of Chemistry Mangalogangothri-574 199 Mangalore University Karnataka, India

18. Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, Anil. B. Naik and Prakash Naik. Synthesis, DNA binding and antimicrobial activity of base catalyzed 2-phenyl-3-pyrido [3, 2] [1, 3, 4] thiadiazolo[3, 2]quinoline Derivatives. Two Day National Conference on Chemistry and Molecular Nanotechnology for Industry and Society (NCMNIS). 16-17th Jaunary-2009 Kuvempu University Shankarghtta- 577 451

19. Devappa S. Lamani, Two Day National Conference On Biotechnology –Current Trends and Future Scenario 10 and 11th March,-2008 Kuvempu University Shankarghtta-577 451.

Devappa Lamani UGC Sponsored two Day National Conference “Application of Polymers on Drugs on 21st & 22nd Agu -2015, J. T College, Gadag, Karnataka, INDIA.

20. Devappa S. Lamani, B. N Kirasur, G. Mugesh “National Conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences” (NCRTCS -2016), Presented work on “Current Research on Mimics and Models of Selenium-Containing Spirodiazaselenuranes: Synthesis and Antioxidant Activity” Organized by Manipal Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Manipal University, on Jan-11-12-2016, Karnataka, INDIA.

21. Devappa S. Lamani, B. N Kirasur, S. B. Badiger, G. Mugesh. International Conference on Science and Technology: Future Challenges and Solution (STFCS-2016) jointly organized by JSPS and IJAA at Mysore University entitle Bioinspired Spirodiazaselenuranes: Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity “on date 08-09 2016.

22. Devappa Lamani UGC Sponsored two Day National Conference “Application of Polymers on Drugs on 21st & 22nd Agu -2015, J. T College, Gadag, Karnataka, INDIA.

23. Devappa S. Lamani, B. N Kirasur, G. Mugesh presented work “Bio-inspire Spirochalcogenanes: Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activity” “International Conference on Advances in Science and Engineering (ICASE-2017), 20 – 23 Jan 2017 at Bangkok, Thailand.

24. Department organized workshop on Liquid crystal the fourth state of matter for BSc VI Semester students on 19th Sept 2019 by Dr.C.V.Yelamaggad,Scientist,Center for nano and soft matter sciences, Bengaluru.

List of Publications Department of Chemistry

• Paper published by S. M. Gaonkar Studies on Toxicity of Fluoride and Impact of Endemic Fluorosis from Groundwater Resources of Bagalkot District, Karnataka – Geospatial Information System Approach. ournal of the Geological Society of India volume 93, pages109–112(2019), (UGC Approved SCI Journal)

• Paper Published by Devappa S Lamani, S. G Badiger. Macrocyclic complexes: synthesis, characterization, antitumor and DNA binding studies. (UGC Approved SCI Journal) Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids, 1-20, 2018.

• Paper Published by Devappa S Lamani. An Efficient Base Catalyzed Three Component One Pot Synthesis of Novel 2- Chloro/Marcapto-Quinoline Derivatives: A Potent Antimicrobial Agent, Der Pharma Chemica, 2018, 10(8): 53-56.

• Paper Published by Devappa S Lamani, S.G Badige. Formation of Diaryl Sulfides and Sulfoxides: Synthesis, Characterization and Structure Activity Correlation Studies. Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related. 1-12, 2018 (UGC Approved SCI Journal)

• Transition metal complexes of thiosemicarbazones with quinoxaline hub: anemphasis on antidiabetic property N.Kirasur, Medicinal Chemistry Research vol.21, 2011,No,663-671.

• Coordination chemistry of a new tetranucleating 26-membered polyaza macropolycyclic ligand and a novel phenolate/phthalazine-bridged copper(II) and zinc(II) complexes, and zinc(II) complexes N.Kirasur Supra molecular Chemistry 23 Year-2011 ,342-350.

• “Synthesis, Characterization and Antioxidant Activ ity of Spirodiazaselenuranes” Devappa Lamani Biomol. Chem. DOI: 10.1039/C2OB26156A. Vol.10, Year-2012, page 7933.

• Devappa S. Lamani, G. Badiger, Mamata Singh. Formation of Diaryl Sulfides and Sulfoxides: Synthesis, Characterization and Structure Activity Correlation Studies Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 2018.

• Devappa S Lamani, Venugopala Reddy KR, Bhojya Naik HS An Efficient Base Catalyzed Three Component One Pot Synthesis of Novel 2Chloro/Marcapto-Quinoline Derivatives: A Potent Antimicrobial Agent, Der Pharma Chemica, 2018, 10, 53-56.

• Devappa S Lamani, S.G. Badiger, Venugopala Reddy KR, Bhojya Naik HS. Macrocyclic complexes: synthesis, characterization, antitumor and DNA binding studies, Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (NN&NA) 6, 2018.

• Devappa S. Lamani and Govindasamy Mugesh. Substituent Effects on the Stability and Antioxidant Activity of Spirodiazaselenuranes. Molecules 2015, 20, 12959-12978; doi:10.3390/molecules200712959

• Synthesis, DNA binding and antimicrobial activity of base catalyzed 2-phenyl-3-pyrido [3, 2][1,3,4] thiadiazolo[3,2]quinoline derivatives” ,- Devappa Lamani Journal of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements. Vol.185, Year-2010 page 1-11.

• Devappa S. Lamani, R. Venugopala Reddy, H. S. Bhojya Naik, Prakash Naik and L. R Naik. “Synthesis and DNA Binding Behavior of Novel Fused-quinolin-3-yl)-6-phenyl-5,6-Dihydropyrimidine Derivatives in Aqueous Medium” Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (NN&NA) 29, 1-8, 2010

• Devappa S. Lamani, K. R. Venugopala Reddy, S. Bhojya Naik, H. R. Prakash Naik “Synthesis, characterization of diquinolineno [1,3,7,9] tetraazacyclododecine-7, 15 (14H, 16H)-dibenzene, and DNA binding studies of macrocyclic Co(II), Cu(II) complexes: as new class of antimicrobial agent” Journal of Macromolecule Science:(PAC) 45(10) 857-864, 2008

• Synthesis and DNA Binding Behavior of Novel Fused-quinolin-3-yl)-6-phenyl-5,6-Dihydropyrimidine Derivatives in Aqueous Medium” –Devappa Lamani Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (NN&NA)29 year 2010 8-Jan.

• Synthesis, Characterization and DNA Binding Studies of S2N2 Donor Bis-Mercaptoquinoline Co(II) and Ni(II) Metal Complexes: A new class of Antimicrobial Agent”.Devappa Lamani Journal of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements 185 year 2010 page 550–558.

• An efficient microwave assisted one pot synthesis of dioxolano quinoline/ benzo[h] quinolines as potent antibacterial agents” . Devappa Lamani Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements 185 year 2010 pages 355–360.

• A Rapid and Efficient Multicomponent Synthesis of Bi-Quinolines under Solvent-Free Conditions” Devappa Lamani Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 185:00:00 year 2010 page 663–667.

• Devappa S. Lamani, R. Venugopala Reddy H. S. Bhojya Naik, H. R. Prakash Naik “An Efficient Carbodiimide Mediated Synthesis and DNA binding studies of Novel 2 Chloro/mercapto-quinoline fused-1,3-thiazolidinones via One-pot Three-Component Condensation” Journal of Sulfur Chemistry, 1-11, 2009.

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, T. Aravinda, P.J. Bindu, D. S. Lamani, and H. Raja Naik, “Nanostructured TiO2 catalyzed microwave assisted synthesis of fused quinolines – DNA binding, molecular docking and antioxidant activity. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 5, 148-157, 2009

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, M. Raghavendra, T. Aravinda and, D. S. Lamani “Synthesis of quinoline based thieno-seleno phenylquinazolinones. Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements” 184, 460-470, 2008

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S.Bhojya Naik, T.Aravinda, T.R.Ravikumar Naik, D.S. Lamani, “A Facile One Pot Synthesis Of 4-Methylthieno[2,3-b]Quinolin-3(2H)-One and 4-Methylseleno[2,3-b]Quinolin-3(2H)-One’s by Microwave Irradiation Under Solvent Free Condition” Journal: Organic Chemistry: An Indian Journal, 3, 4, 188-193, 2007.

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, H. Raja Naikb, D.S. Lamani and T. Aravinda “Pyrimido[4,5-b]quinoline-2-thiol/ol: Microwave induced one pot synthesis, DNA binding and cleavage studie” Journal of Sulfur Chemistry,29,6, 583-592, 2008

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, H. Raja Naikb, D.S. Lamani and T. Aravinda “TiO2 nanopowder catalyzed microwave induced one pot synthesis of novel quinoline/ benzo[h]quinoline -3-carbonitrile under solvent free condition”. Journal: Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, 180, 2109-2114, 2008.

• R. Prakash Naik, H.S. Bhojya Naik D.S. Lamani, T.R. Ravikumar Naik, “Benzo[h]quinolinebased Macrocyclic Copper(II) Cobalt(II) Complexes synthesis characterization and light induced DNA Cleavage studies” Journal of Macromolecule Science:(PAC) 46, 790-795, 2009.

• Synthesis of a novel molecular probes inspired by harringtonolide Vinayak Hegde, Marc Campitelli, Ronald J. Quinn, David Camp Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 9 (12), 4570-4579 (2011)

• Synthesis, spectroscopic and crystal structure analysis of 2-amino-5,5-dimethyl-7-oxo-4,5,6,7-tetrahydro-1-benzothiophene-3-carbonitrile and -3-carboxamide. Begum Noor Shahina; Vasundhara D.E.; Lamani, R. S.; Hegde V. S.; Khazi I. M. Journal of Chemical Research (2009), (3), 180-182.

• Synthesis, Spectroscopic and Crystal Structure of 2-Cyclohexyl-5-formyl-6(4-bromophenyl)imidazo[2,1-b][1,3,4] thiadiazole-4-Carbonitrile. N. S. Begum, D. E.Vasundhara, C. R. Girija, G. D. Kolavi, S. Hegde and I. M. Khazi, Journal of Chemical Research, (2008), 3, 167.

• “Dimethyldithioimidocarbonates mediated heterocycli sations: Synthesis of imidazolidines and benzheterocycles as potent antitubercular agents” Vinayak S. Hegde, Gundurao D. Kolavi, Ravi S. Lamani and Imtiyaz M. Khazi. Phosphorous, Sulfur and silicon and related elements, 182(4), 911-920 (2007). “Intramolecular amidation: Synthesis of novel thiaz ole fused diazepinones” Rajesh Koti, Gundurao Kolavi, Vinayak Hegde and Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi. Synthetic communications, 37(1), 99-107 (2007). Synthesis of Ethyl 8-aryl-8-hydroxy-3-oxo-8H[1,2,4 ]oxadiazolo[3,4-c][1,4] thiazine-5-carboxylates by ring expansion rearrangement”. Raje sh Koti, Vinayak Hegde, Gundurao Kolavi and Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi Synthetic communications 37, 1715-1722 (2007).

• 2-Ethyl-6-(4-methoxyphenyl)imidazo[2,1-b][1,3,4]thiadizole-5-carbaldehyde. N. S. Begum, Vasundhara, G. D. Kolavi,V. S. Hegde and I. M. Khazi. Acta Cryst., 2007, E63, 1955-1957.

• “Synthesis, spectroscopic and crystal structure ana lysis of a compound withPharmocophoric substituent: 2-cyclohexyl-6-(2-oxo-2H-chromen-3-yl)-imidazo [2,1-b][1,3,4]thiadiazole-5-carbaldehyde”.Noor Shahina Begum, D. E. Vasundhara, C. R. Girija, G. D. Kolavi, V. S. Hegde and I. M. Khazi; Journal of Chemical Crystallography, 37, 193-198 (2007).

• The Junjappa-Ila (JI)-Heteroaromatic Annulation: A new general α-oxoketene dithioacetals mediated inverse method for synthesis of substituted benzothiazoles” Vinayak S. Hegde, Gundurao D. Kolavi and Imtiyaz Ahmed M. Khazi. Synthetic communications, 36, 2983-2990 (2006).

• “Intramolecular amidation: Synthesis of novel imida zo[2,1-b][1,3,4]thiadiazole and imidzo[2,1-b][1,3]thiazole fused diazepinones” Gundurao Kolavi, Vinayak Hegde and Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi. Tetrahedron Letters, 47(16), 2811-2814 (2006).

• “Synthesis and evaluation of antitubercular activit y of imidazo[2,1-b][1,3,4] thiadiazole derivatives” Gundurao Kolavi, Vinayak Hegde, Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi and Pramod Gadad. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, 14(9), 3069-3080 (2006).

• “Chemoselectivity of thiophene dicaboxylate towards hydrazine hydrate: Synthesis of some new bis heterocycles from thiophene monocarbohydrazide” Vinayak S. Hegde, Gundurao Kolavi and Imtiyaz Ahmed M. Khazi. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry, 27(4), 307-314 (2006).

• “Mannich bases and novel benzothiazole derivatives of imidazo[2,1-b][1,3,4] thiadiazoles and their biological evaluations” Vinayak S. Hegde, Gundurao D. Kolavi, Ravi S. Lamani and I A. M. Khazi. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry, 27(6), 553-569 (2006).

• “Novel pyridazine fused heterocyclic system; a new route for the synthesis of 2-alkyl/aryl[1,3,4]thiadiazole[2′,3′:2,3] imidazo[4,5-d] pyridazin-8(7H)-one” Gundurao Kolavi, Vinayak Hegde and Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi. Synthetic communications, 36, 1837-1843 (2006).

• “Heterocycles derived from dimethyldithioimidocarbo nates of thiadiazole and thiazole”. Gundurao Kolavi, Vinayak Hegde and Imtiyaz Ahmed Khazi. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry, 27(3), 225-231 (2006). “Synthesis, spectroscopy and crystal structure of 2 -ethyl-6-(4-nitophenyl)imidazo [2,1-b][1,3,4]thiadiazole-5-carbaldehyde” Noor Sahina Beg um, D.E. Vasundhara, C. R. Girija, D. Kolavi, V. S. Hegde and I. M. Khazi. Journal of Chemical Research, 282-284 (2006).

• “Vilsmeier Haack reaction of substituted 2-acetamid othiazole derivatives and their antimicrobial activity”. R. S. Koti, G. D. Kolavi, S. Hegde and I. M. Khazi; Indian Journal of Chemistry, 45B, 1900-1905 (2006).

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Malladi Sairam,Ravindra S. Veerapur, sangamesh A. Patil, Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Novel dense poly(vinyl alcohol)-TiO2 mixed matrix membranes for pervaporation separation of waterisopropanol mixtures at 30°C. Journal of Membrane Science 281(2006) 95-102.

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Sangamesh A. Patil, Ravindra S. Veerapur, Tejraj M.Aminabhavi, Novel Poly(vinyl alcohol)-Tetraethoxysilane Hybrid Matrix Membranes as Oxygen Barriers. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 104 (2007) 273–278.

• B. Patil, R.S. Veerapur, S.A. Patil, C. D. Madhusoodana, T.M.Aminabhavi, Preparation and Characterization of Filled Matrix Membranes of Sodium Alginate Incorporated with Aluminum containing Mesoporous Silica for Pervaporation Dehydration of Alcohols. Separation and Purification Technology, 54 (2007) 34–43.

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Ravindra S. Veerapur, sangamesh A. Patil,Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Pervaporation of Toluene/Alcohol Mixtures through a Silicalite Embedded Chitosan Mixed Matrix Membranes. Separation and Purification Technology, 62 (2008) 128–136.

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Anand B. Halgeri, Vijayalaxmi R.P, Prakash Kumar and Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Activated Charcoal Loaded Composite membranes of Sodium alginate in Pervaporation separation of Water-Organic Azeotropes, Journal of Applied Polymer Science. (2009) 113, 2 (DOI 1002/app.29788),

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Nanocomposite Membranes of Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) Loaded with Polyaniline-Coated TiO2 and TiO2 Nanoparticles for the Pervaporation Dehydration of Aqueous Mixtures of 1,4-Dioxane and Tetrahydrofuran. Designed Monomers and Polymers (2010) 1–12, DOI:10.1163/1385 77210X530558.

• Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil, Ravindra S. Veerapur, sangamesh A. Patil, Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Hybrid Composite Membranes of Sodium Alginate for Pervaporation Dehydration of 1, 4-Dioxane and Tetrahydrofuron. Desalination and Water Treatment, 3, 11-20, 2009).

• Sridhar, R.S. Veerapur, M.B. Patil, T.M. Aminabhavi, Matrimid PolyimideMembranes for the separation of Carbon dioxide from Methane. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 106 (2007), 1585–1594.

• S. Veerapur, K.B. Gudasi, M.B. Patil, V. Ramesh Babu, S.D. Bhat, M.Sairam, T.M. Aminabhavi, Sodium alginate poly(hydroxyethylmethacrylate) interpenetrating polymeric network membranes for the pervaporation dehydration of ethanol and tetrahydrofuran. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 101 (2006) 3324-3329.

• K. Nataraj, S. Roy, M.B. Patil, M.N. Nadagouda, W.E. Rudzinski, T.M.minabhavi, Cellulose acetate-coated α-alumina ceramic composite tubular membranes for wastewater treatment, Desalination 281 (2011) 348–353.

• B. Patil1, S.A. Al-Muhtaseb1, E. Sivaniah2, Nanocomposite membranes of silica and polysulfone for improved gas permeation, Procedia Engineering 44 ( 2012 ) 1011 – 1012.

• D. madhusoodana, M B Patil, T. M Aminabhavi, Ceramic supported composite membranes of hydroxy ethyl cellulose loaded with AL-MCM-41 for CO2 separation,Procedia Engineering 44 ( 2012 ) 108 – 1 09 Hybrid Nanocomposite Membranes of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and Cerium Oxide for pervaporation dehydration of Ethanol at their Azeotropic Point, Mallikarjunagouda B. Patil*and Sangamesh C. Haragabal, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (accepted)

• Mallikarjunagouda Patil, Hybrid adsorbent membranes of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and Zeolite A for pervaporation dehydration of Ethanol at their Azeotropic Point, Journal of Materials Science and Surface Engineering, Material Science and Surface Engineering, 2015, 101-109.

• Determination of physicochemical properties and Escherichia coli in water-K.H.Kakaraddi Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal(Bi-Montly) ISSN2249-9598 Vol.4/1/2016 Year- 2014,7933.

• Bacteriological and Physico-Chemical analysis of drinking water sample – K.H.Kakaraddi International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research Vol.2-1, Year-2014,page1-11.

• Toxicity of florid from ground water resources of Bagalkot district Karnataka state- S.M Goankar International journal of chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science Vol.2(5) Year-2014 page 815-824.

• Synthesis Characterization and antimicrobial activity of Metal Complexes Derived from thiazole and 2- Napthaldehyd – S. R Kaladagi Journal of applied chemistry (IOSR- JAC)Vol.8, 4 Year-2015 page 42-46.

• S. Veerapur, M. Sairam, M.B. Patil, K. B. Gudasi, T.M. Aminabhavi,Pervaporation Separation of water-1,4-dioxane mixtures through poly(vinyl alcohol)-Methyl cellulose Blend Membranes. (Colloids and Surfaces Part-A).

Extension Activities

1. Department organized interaction for High School Students on the topic Nobel Prize Winning Chemistry: Problems of our day today life on 20th Sept 2019 by Dr.C.V.Yelamaggad, Scientist, Center for nano and soft matter sciences, Bengaluru.

2. Experimental Demonstration of 150 Experiments was organised by the department for High School Students by all staff members on the Celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on Oct- 2 -2019.

Sl.No Activities Target Group Purpose Place Date
1 Demonstration of simple experiments of chemistry Students of Nutana Vidyalaya High School

To Develop

Scientific Temper

Kajjidoni 6-01-2015
2 Demonstration of Simple experiments of Chemistry Students of KC Girls High school To develop scientific Temper Shirur 13-01-2015
3 Interaction with X class students Students of KC Girls High School To promote the knowledge of chemistry and make easy a study of chemistry Shirur 21-02-2015
4 Interaction with X class students Students of Nutana Vidyalaya High School To promote the knowledge of chemistry and make easy a study of chemistry Shirur

 

24-02-2015

5 Free Dental check up camp Students of Govt high school Since the finding of water analysis showed that the students are affected by dental flurosis, the camp was organized to create awareness’ Balakundi 19-02-2015
6 Free Health check up camp General public To help poor needy people regarding their common ailments Ilkal 19-03-2015
7 Two day Orientation programmer for High school teachers of Bagalkot taluk High school Teacher Since the inception of new CBSE syllabus, teacher ware facing difficulties in teaching chemistry, to boost their knowledge the programmer was conducted Bagalkot

12-09-2015

&

13-09-2016

8 Two days workshop for High school Teachers High School Teachers To understand the basic concept of chemistry and experimental approaches to convince the students Bagalkot 22-01-2018
9 Free Dental check up camp  For village people and primary students To  create health awareness for village people and school children gundampalli 12-03-2018

 

GUEST LECTURE

• Department was organized Guest lecture on 28-09-2019 by Dr. K. Kantharaju, Chairman Dept. of Chemistry Rani Channamma, University, Belagavi. The topic was Amino acids and Proteins.

Sl No Date Topic Resaurv person Target
1 19-01-2013 Introduction to the Reaction mechanism

Dr.V.M. Patil

R.T.E.Socety”s Rural eng,College,Hulkoti

Students of B.Sc II,IV Semester
2 30-08-2013 Preparation for NET (UGC-CSIR) Examination

Dr.G.S.Rashinkkar

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

B.Sc V Semester & M.Sc Students
3 16-09-2013 “why all Chemical reaction are not Reversible”

Prof.M.R.Nagaraju,

Govt.Science College

All B.Sc and M.Sc Students
4 27-12-2014 ‘Bioinspiration”

Prof.R.L.Jagadish

P.G.Dept of Chemistry

Mondya,

Mysore University

B.Sc II,IV,VI, Semester Students
5 23-12-2014 Poor unities for youth in Academics and Entrepreneurship

Dr.Basavaraj Girennavar

MD Cryogenics and Agritech Bangalore

All B.Sc Students
6 02-03-2015 Spectroscopy and its Applications

Dr.J.M.Patil

Associate Professor JSS College Gokak

All B.Sc Students
7 06-09-2015 Essentials of Quantum Chemistry Prof.A.Venkataraman Gulbarga University B.Sc V Semester
8 12-01-2016

 

Electronic spectra

Dr.G.Krishnamurty

Dept of Chemistry sahyadri

College Shimoga

B.Sc VI Semester Students
9 17-09-2016 Fundamentals of Spectroscopy Basavaraj Padmasali B.Sc VI Semester Students
10 05-01-2018 Kinetics Chain Reactions Prof.S.T.Nadibewoor

B.Sc VI Semester

Students

11 04-09-2018 Introduction of Liquid Crystals and its Applications

 

Prof.Yelamaggad

B.Sc VI Semester

Students

12 04-09-2018 Experimental Demonstration for High School Students

 

Prof.Yelamaggad

High School Students

 

Prof. A.Venkataraman delivered lecture on Essentials of Quantum Chemistry

A course outcome describes what a faculty member will cover in a course. It is a description of what a student must be able to do at the conclusion of course. Course outcomes are clear and concise statements.

Course Outcomes

Department : Chemistry

Semester : B.Sc. I

Subject Name & Code :14BSCCHET11- CHEMISTRY

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Students are able to learn and understand the following concepts

• Structure of the Atom.

• Factors affecting the formation different types of chemical bonds.

• Properties of compounds.

• Errors in Quantitative analysis.

• Precipitation and iodometric titrations.

• General principle of Chromatography.

• Geometrical isomerism and Optical isomerism.

• Principle of UV spectroscopy and Types of transition.

• Relationship between critical constants and Vanderwaals constants.

• Henry’s law.

• Types of salts and degree of hydrolysis and State Nernst distribution law.


Department : Chemistry

Semester : B.Sc. II

Subject Name and Code : 14BSCCHET21- CHEMISTRY

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Students are able to comprehend the following concepts


• Salient features of hybridization.

• Bond order for H2, He2, Li2, B2, N2, O2, O2+, O2– and O2-2

• Advantages of organic reagents over inorganic reagents.

• Chemical reactions of alkenes.

• Aromaticity in benzene, furan, pyridine and [10]-annulene.

• Conversion of Naphthalene to 1, 4-naphthaquinone.

• Laws of thermodynamics.

• Bond energy and bond dissociation energies for simple molecules.

• Effect of temperature on surface tension.

• Applications of Liquid crystals.

• Applications of colloids.

• Derivation of Brag’s equation.


Department :Chemistry

Semester :B.Sc. III

Subject Name and Code :14BSCCHET31-CHEMISTRY

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Students are able to comprehend the following concepts:/p>

• Thermodynamic concepts of selection of reducing agents using Ellingham diagram.

• Production of tungsten powder from wolframite.

• Water as universal solvent and leveling effect.

• Classification of acids & bases.

• Orientation of substituent in aromatic compound with functional groups like –OH.

• Halogenation and nitration reactions.

• Difference between primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols by Lucas reagent.

• Applications of Dettol.

• Principle of Infrared spectroscopy.

• Preparation of Lithium dialkylcuprate.

• Molecular weight determination by Berkely and Hartley method and Carnot’s cycle.


Department :Chemistry

Semester :B.Sc. IV

Subject Name & Code :14BSCCHET41-CHEMISTRY

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Students are able to comprehend the following concepts

• Electronic configuration of d block elements.

• Biological role of K, Fe & Zn.

• Definition of BOD and the treatment of sewage and industrial effluents

• Different compounds like Aldehydes & ketones.

• Aldol condensation reaction.

• Description of the acid strengths of mono, di and t richloroacetic acids.

• Mechanism of Hoffmann rearrangement.

• Uses of crown ethers as phase transfer catalysts.

• Transport number and its determination by Hittorff’s method.

• Derivation of the rate constant equation of second order reaction when concentration of the reactions are equal(a=b).

• Comparison between transition state theory and collision theory.


Department : Chemistry

Semester : B.Sc. V

Subject Name & Code :14BSCCHET51-CHEMISTRY P-I

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Students are able to comprehend the following concepts

• Limitations of Valence bond theory.

• Conditions for precipitation.

• Applications of phosphonitrilic halides.

• Description of the 12 principles of green chemistry.

• Comparison of basicity between pyridine, piperidine and pyrrole.

• Mechanism of keto-enol tautomerism.

• Classification of alkaloids .

• Energy level diagram of diatomic molecules.

• Vibrational degrees of freedom of molecules.

• Description of the qualitative relation between force constant and bond dissociation energy.


Department :Chemistry

Semester :B.Sc. V

Subject Name & Code :14BSCCHET52-CHEMISTRY P-II

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Students are able to learn & understand the following concepts

• Classification and applications of alloys.

• Manufacture of white lead.

• Mechanism of OsO4.

• Principle of Mass Spectroscopy.

• Classification of dyes.

• BET equation.

• Industrial applications of catalysis.

• Description of the variation of Kp and Kc with temperature and pressure.

• Chain inhibition.

• Kinetics of branching chain reactions.


Department : Chemistry

Semester : B.Sc. VI

Subject Name & Code : 14BSCCHET61-CHEMISTRY P-I

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Students are able to learn & understand the following concepts

• Description of Jahn-Tellar distortion.

• Magnetic moment using Gouy’s method.

• Factors affecting the stability of the metal complexes with reference to

• Nature of metal ion and ligand.

• Classification of the organotransition metal complexes

• Killani’s synthesis.

• Structure of peptides.

• Classification of proteins.

• Measurement of dipole moment by temperature variation method.

• Induced dipole moment.

• Classification ofPolymers andde-Broglie equation.


Department :Chemistry

Semester :B.Sc. VI

Subject Name & Code :14BSCCHET62-CHEMISTRY P-II

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Students are able to learn & understand the following concepts

• Applications of column chromatography.

• Flame photometric determination of Na and K.

• Determination of nitrogen by alkaline permanganate method.

• Trace metals in soil.

• Diagramatic presentation ofOrgel- energy level diagram for d1 and d2

• Synthesis of Antipyretics–antipyrine, paracetamol

• Applications of Antimalarial drugs.

• Distinguish between soaps and detergents.

• Emulsifiers and stabilizers.

• Benzillic acid rearrangement.

• Principle of NMR Spectroscopy.

• Classification of Types of electrodes.

• Beer-Lambart’s Law.

Programme Specific Outcomes

• Basic concept of Coordination chemistry and magnetic property of metal complexes

• Understand the technique of quantitative analysis and standard deviation.

• Principles of volumetric analysis, Methods of purification of solids and liquids

• Principles of chromatography and its applications. Concept of Stereochemistry and conformation analysis of organic compounds.

• Concept of Spectroscopy and electromagnetic spectrum

• Understand the concept of Metallurgy, types and properties of solvents

• Principle of infrared, Mass, Microwave and NMR spectroscopy and identification of organic compounds

• Chemistry of d and f block elements and Chemistry of organo-metallic compounds and its applications

• Scope of environmental chemistry, types of pollutants and its adverts effect

• To know the concept of nomenclature, structure, bonding and reaction mechanism aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, aromatic amines and peroxides

• Introduction about Chemotherapy, classification and synthesis of pharmaceutical drugs

• Electromotive force, types of electrodes and applications of emf measurements

• Principles of Green chemistry. Gravimetric analysis theory and principles of gravimetric analysis

• Scope of reagents and reactions: preparation, mechanism and applications.

• Understand the surface chemistry, Chemical equilibrium and kinetics of chain reactions

Student Activities

Consolidated list of students participated in Cultural activities/NSS/NCC/Sports 2017-18

Sl.No

Name of Students

Year

Events

Prizes

1

Shweita Managul

2018

Folk archestra

I

2

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Debate(English)

I

3

Shamshad Walikar

2018

One act Play

II

4

Megha Petkar

2018

One act play

II

5

Dikshita

2018

One act play

II

6

Vaishnavi Kulakarni

2018

Western solo

II

7

Akshata Jakaraddi

2018

Debate(Kannada)

II

8

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Western group song

III

9

Vaishnavi Kulakarni

2018

Western group song

III

10

Shweta Managuli

2018

Folk Dance

III

11

Dikshita

2018

Folk Dance

III

12

Shweta Managuli

2018

Classical Dance

III

13

Shweta Managuli

2018

Mime

III

14

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Elocution(English)

III

15

Guru Jambagi

2018

Indian group song

Participation

16

Guru Jambagi

2018

Light vocal

Participation

17

Akshata Jakaraddi

2018

Elocution(Kannada)

Participation

18

Pruthviraj Kavadimatti

2018

Quiz

Participation

19

Rahul Halakatti

2018

Quiz

Participation

20

Meghashree

2018

Rangoli

Participation

21

Meghashree

2018

Clay Modelling

Participation

22

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Debate

I

23

Akshata Jakaraddi

2018

Debate

III

 

1

Vinayak nagaral

2018

Science Drama

II

2

Shamshad Walikar

2018

Science Drama

II

3

Dikshita

2018

Science Drama

II

 

1

Pooja Jayagondar

2018

ShuttleBadmiton

Participation

2

Kumar Satihal

2017

Ball Badmiton

Participation

3

Loolanki Sana

2017

Foot Ball

Participation

4

Deepa Teggi

2017

Ball Badmiton

Participation

5

Gurappa Dudikollar

2017

National level wushu Competation

One gold and

One silver medal

 

1

Tejashwini Math

2017

Shooting

1 Gold medal

2

Aparna Hiremath

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

3

Shweta Managuli

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

4

Budeppa Gabbur

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

5

Siddanagouda Meti

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

6

Sunil Badiger

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

7

Sagar Hanchate

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

8

Kiran Malagi

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

9

Shivanand Halabar

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

10

Mahesh Gothemath

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

11

Vinayak Nagaral

2017

NCC-NIC

Participation

 

1

Kavya Girennavar

2017

Seminar

II

2

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Eassay Competation

I

3

Vaishnavi Kulakarni

2018

Seminar

II

4

Kavya Girennavar

2018

Sminar

I

5

Vaishnavi Kulakarni

2018

Seminar

III

6

Basavaraj T

2018

Science Exhibition

II

7

Siddu Pattar

2018

Science Exhibition

II

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