Government Colleges for B. Sc Chemistry in India


Chemistry is a subject that deals with the study of chemicals and related substances and candidates with interest towards this subject can take up Bachelor of Science in Chemistry course, which is an under graduation course extending to a period of three years.

In India, many colleges offer this course and the list of government colleges offering this course in different states of the country is given below:

Tamil Nadu:

A.A. Government Arts College for Men, Namakkal

Alagappa Government Arts College

Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Cheyyar

Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Musiri

Dr. Ambedkar Government Arts College

Government Arts College, Ariyalur

Government Arts College, Udumalpet

Government Arts College, Udhagamadalam

Kundhavai Nachiyar Government College for Women


Aringnar Anna Government Arts College, Pondicherry

Bharthidasan Government College

Mahatma Gandhi Government Arts College

Arunachal Pradesh:

Dera Natung Government College

West Bengal:

Durgapur Government Arts College


Government Autonomous College, Rourkela

Government College, Utkal

Government Women’s Degree College, Sambalpur

Sushilabathi Government Women’s College, Sambalpur


Government College for Women

Government College, Manimalakkunnu

Government Victoria College

Government College, Mahatma Gandhi University


Government College of Science

Andhra Pradesh:

Government Degree College, Tekkali

P.R. Government College

Madhya Pradesh:

Government Girls College, Khargone

Government Post Graduate College

Government Post Graduate College, Barwani

Eligibility for seeking admission to the B. Sc Chemistry course in Government Colleges:

For seeking admission to the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry course offered by the aforesaid government colleges, candidates must have completed their higher secondary course in science stream with good percentage of marks as a whole and particularly in chemistry.

Higher Studies after B. Sc Chemistry:

On completion of B. Sc chemistry course candidates can go for Master of Science in chemistry or they can also go for B. Tech/B.E chemical engineering. Candidates with interest towards teaching profession can do Bachelor of Education course with specialization in chemistry. Even candidates can go for Post Graduate Diploma course in Analytical Chemistry and this course is offered by IGNOU with a view to enhance the skills of chemists employed in national laboratories and research & development organizations.

Career Prospects after B. Sc Chemistry:

B. Sc chemistry graduates can find a wide range of employment opportunities in research and development organizations, pharmaceutical industry, etc… They can also take up teaching as a profession and if they complete B. Ed with specialization in chemistry, they can find placement in higher secondary schools as chemistry teachers.



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One Response to “Government Colleges for B. Sc Chemistry in India”

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    Is the BHU better option for B.Sc(hons) in chemistry?