Affiliated Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad Accrediated By NAAC Grade 'B'


Department of Chemistry


The chemistry department was started in 1996-97. This is one of the largest science department of the college. In its history of 20 years it has gr, own considerably. The department is located in a large building which houses three spacious laboratories along with staff room and store room. Highly qualified staffs, good infrastructure, state of art teaching aids, innovative departmental activities and research activities are some important highlights of the department.

Chemistry Faculty

Name of the faculty Qualification Designation Specialization Experience (Years) Profile
Borgaonkar V.V. M. Sc., M. Phil. Assistant Professor Organic Chemistry 17 View Profile
Shelke V. D. M. Sc. Assistant Professor Analytical Chemistry 19 View Profile
Pawar S. R. M. Sc. Assistant Professor Physical Chemistry 17 View Profile



Class / Year 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
B.Sc. F. Y. 86% 93% 94.20% 91.13% 81.81%
B.Sc. S. Y. 88.6% 63% 97.72% 76.62% 62.16%
B.Sc. T. Y. 100% 32% 94.52% 100% 96%

Departmental Activities

  • Innovative teaching methods:- (Use of teaching aids – charts, models and ICT Lectures)
    Innovative teaching methods such as the use of models, charts, ICT etc. were adopted by the faculty for a better understanding of contents.

    Lecture of B.Sc.T.Y. in AV Room
  • Student Seminars
    Department used to conduct seminars for the students
  • Library Hours
    Department used to organize library hour for students to introduce the new books arrived in library.

    Asst.Prof. Borgaonkar V. V. conducting Library Hour

Excursion tour

  • Asst. Prof. Borgaonkar V. V. and Asst. Prof. Pawar S. R. with T. Y. B. Sc. students visited to Wochardt international industry, Chikalthana , Aurangabad and also visited to Samarth Sugar industry Ankushnagar, Dist.- Jalna.
  • Asst. Prof. V. D. Shelke with other department faculties and students of B. Sc. visited to Shivaji University Kolhapur.
    Asst. Prof. Shelke in discussion during visit to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
  • Wall papers were published by students of chemistry on current themes.
  • One of the important programs conducted by department was chemistry quiz named “Chem Quiz – 2015” on 14 Jan. 2015 so as to carry direct interaction with students.
    Chem Quiz -2015 No. of participants Audience
    11 groups 25
    Respected Principal, Vice-Principal and others during innovative activity “Chem-Quiz”.

Research Papers of Faculty

1) Microwave induced solvent-free synthesis of some novel bioactive bis-ketimines, Vikas V. Borgaonkar and Bhagwan R. Patil, Der Pharma Chemical, 6(1), 2014, 120-124.
2) Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of Some Novel Ketimines.
Borgaonkar V.V. Patil B.R., International Journal of ChemTech Research, 6(7), 2014, 3535-3539.
3) Green chemistry for the conservation of biodiversity.
V.V. Borgaonkar, V.D. Shelke, S.R. Pawar, S.B.Ingole, S.R. Naik, National conference on animal biodiversity, Oct – 2013, 250-252.
4) Microwave accelerated the synthesis of novel thiazolidine-4-ones as potent antimicrobial agents.
Vikas V. Borgaonkar, Bhagwan R. Patil, Am. J. PharmTech Res., 5(2), 2015, 488-495.
5) Microwave-assisted synthesis and bioefficacy evaluation of new 1,5-benzodiazepines.
Vikas V. Borgaonkar and Bhagwan R. Patil, Heterocyclic Letters, 5(2), 2015, 261-268.
6) Synthesis of new 1,3-benzoxazines from ketimines and their bio evaluation.
Vikas V. Borgaonkar, Bhagwan R. Patil, Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, (IF- 0.787) Accepted.

Sanctioned minor research project

Sr.No. Name Project Title Year Funding Agency Amount
1 Asst. Prof. Borgaonkar V. V. Microwave-assisted synthesis and bioefficacy of new 1,5-Benzodiazepines and 1,3-Benzxazines. 2014-15 UGC 2,70,000


Prizes and Awards

One of the faculty members Borgaonkar V.V. was awarded as Ideal Teacher by Rotary club of Majalgaon city on occasion of Teachers Day (05 Sept. 2011).
Sanctioned minor research project

Annual academic reports 2016-17 & 2017-18
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