Thapar University offers Research in Inorganic Chemistry,Organometallic Chemistry.



Thapar University

Thapar University was founded in 1956. Formerly known as Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology. It is located in Patiala, Punjab, India. The Thapar University is today recognized among the leading privately managed engineering institutions of the country and the best of its kind in the north-western region of India. The university offers undergraduate and post graduate programs in Engineering, Science, Management and Social Sciences. The School of Chemistry and Biochemistry was established as a separate body in 2002 with an objective to promote teaching and research in chemical sciences. The school offers M.Sc. (Chemistry) and Ph.D. degrees besides teaching chemistry to B.Tech and M.Tech students. The post graduate programme in chemistry was started in 2007 with an intake of 20 students each year. The faculty at the school is exceptionally qualified, and motivated with a strong commitment to teaching and research. All faculty members hold a PhD degree in chemistry with some of them having postdoctoral experience from reputed institutes in India or abroad. The Department of Chemical Engineering of Thapar University was established in 1992 with the Ph.D programme. The department is one of its kind in the region, which provides not only quality under-graduate education, but also an excellent research environment through its Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programmes. The Department has an excellent ensemble of dynamic, goal oriented, highly qualified and experienced faculty members from diverse streams and specializations.


Chemical Engineering.
Department of Chemical Engineering, Thapar University, P.O. Box 32, Patiala, Pin -147004, Punjab, India.
Electrochemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Super Molecular Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Photo Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Solid State, Organometallic Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry. uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. X