About the Department:

Chemistry is recognized as the central science. Its role in connecting all the other basic sciences has been widely accepted and appreciated. Therefore understanding of the chemical entities and their reactions at the undergraduate level is the foundation for interfacing with other basic sciences.


  • The Department is dedicated to prepare the students for a diverse and changing world.


  • The Chemistry Department provides a rigorous preparation of citizens whose career paths require expertise in chemistry. We are dedicated to rigorous standards for content knowledge, communication skills, research quality, and professional behavior. We are committed to demonstrating science as a human endeavor and as a way to understand the natural world. The faculty in the Chemistry Department see themselves as resources for our college.


  1. A library with 115 books pertaining to Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry texts are available, to enhance the knowledge of the students.
  2. Well equipped laboratory in which each student can carry out the practical individually.
  3. Campus Parent Tutor system for personal care and welfare of the students.








1. I B.Sc (CHEMISTRY) Students 17.10.2019 National Level Seminar On A Role Of Women In Higher Education Women’s Studies Centre,Madurai Kamaraj University Participation
2 I B.Sc (CHEMISTRY) Students 07.02.20 One Day International Seminar on Emerging Trends in Chemistry and Energy Science Saraswathy  Narayanan College Participation
3. I B.Sc (CHEMISTRY) Students 14.02.2020

Blood Donation & Awareness


NAAS College Participation
4 I B.Sc (CHEMISTRY) Students 24,25.02.20 Two Day International Conference in Chemistry Gandhigram Rural Institute Participation
5. I B.Sc (CHEMISTRY) Students 04.03.2020

Women’s Day Celebration


Women’s Studies Centre,Madurai Kamaraj University Participation


  1. Chemistry Association was inaugurated by  R. MayilMurugan,Assistant Professor, School of Chemistry,Madurai Kamaraj University, on 08.07.2019. He gave a wonderful, thought provoking lecture on ‘‘The Bible of Chemistry’’ in connection with the International year of Periodic Table.
  2. R. Sevvel, Principal and Head, Department of Chemistry Inaugurated the One Day International Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Chemistry and Energy Sciences” at Saraswathi Narayanan College, Madurai on 7th Feb, 2020.
  3. Presented a poster titled “ HIGHLY  SELECTIVE  AND  SIMULTANEOUS  DETECTION  OF  ASCORBIC ACID  AND  DOPAMINE  BASED  ON  ELECTROPOLYMERIZED THIN  FILIM OF 4-AMONO-6-HYDROXY-2-MERCAPTOPYRIMIDINE. A VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY’’. ISBN; 978-81-944000-7-3 at One Day International Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Chemistry and Energy Sciences” at Saraswathi Narayanan College, Madurai on 7th Feb2020.





Dr. R. SEVVEL  M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,PDF(Taiwan).,

Principal and Head


Mr. S. ALAGURAJA  M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed.,

Assistant Professor


Industrial Visit Report

Industrial Visit Report

On 18th of December 2021, sixteen undergraduate students along with faculty Mr. S. Alaguraja and Mr. S. Karthikeyan of Nagarathinam Angalammal Arts and Science College, Department of Chemistry visited Pharmafabrikon, Otthapatti, Karuppayurani Post, Madurai – 625020, Tamil Nadu, India. We left our college at 9.00 am and reached Otthapatti by 9.30 am. We travelled in a college bus with Covid-19 safety procedure.

This visit was mainly focused on to understand the procedures involved during the manufacturing of pharmaceutically important drugs. Pharmafabrikon produce many biologically active drugs as well as cough syrup and many other medicinal products. Well trained industrial officers there explained about the facilities available inside the industry, their methods of drugs manufacturing, the equipments used for the tablet making as well as labelling. He also explained the production of cough syrup, explained about the maintenance of the equipment and ethics considered during drug storage and chemical disposal.

As we entered the manufacturing floor with proper personal protective equipment (PPE), the fragrance of the drugs flavouring filled our mind. Next we learnt how to store the active drug materials and solvents before used for drug making.

Next we learnt about the tablets, cough syrup synthesis section and saw the automatic manufacturing machines and workers respectively. After visiting the manufacturing plant, we had a cup of tea with fresh biscuits and took a small break where we had a lovely photo session. With this, we left for college with the lovely memories of the extremely informative Industrial Visit.


  • The technology and the equipment used for the manufacturing of medicinally important drugs were made familiar.
  • We understand the various processes involved in storage of active material, solvents, tablet as well as cough syrup making and packing.
  • Discussion on the difficulties faced and possible solutions to overcome these difficulties was held.
  • Students are mainly understood the availability of the job opportunities an drug manufacturing industrial sites.