About Department

The Department of Chemistry at SKR Government Degree College for Women was established with the motive of developing core competencies in chemistry and transforming the students into empowered and skilled individuals. Currently, the department has been efficiently functioning by offering two programs M.P.C, and B.Z.C in a three-year B.Sc course where the students follow the prescribed syllabus framed by Nannaya University.
The strength of the department is well qualified and experienced faculty and equipped with well-established laboratories.

Lab to School is the best practice initiated by the department to motivate the students towards social service through experiential learning and this also improves the presentation skills of the students. Preparation of House Hold Chemicals like Surf, cleaning powder, Soaps, Pain Balm, and Vaseline is our Departmental best practice. Sanitizer preparation and distribution is one significant practice adopted by the department during the pandemic with a motive to inculcate social responsibility among the students.

Student seminars, field trips, quiz programs, and student projects are regularly organized to make the students more interactive and enhance their academic performance. The department facilitates the students with ICT-enabled teaching through the four quadrants (Text Audio Video and question bank on the content). E-content is maintained on the college LMS portal which can be easily accessed by the students and enhance their knowledge.

The faculty constantly enriches their knowledge and gets exposure to the current advancements by participating in faculty development programs, refresher courses and registering in swayam online courses, etc.
The Department library is maintained through which students can be issued textbooks and reference books that add to their learned concepts in the classroom.

Vision & Mission


The vision of Department of Chemistry is in educating and graduating young women students and prepares them in various fields like teaching, employment, and research contribute to the ever-changing, technology-centered world of the 21st century. Our department strives to provide quality and value based education.


  1. The department of chemistry always strives to impart knowledge and skills to our students in chemistry.
  2. Always provide innovative classroom instruction at undergraduate level and update curriculum.
  3. The faculty puts efforts to meet the environmental and global related issues though chemical education and communicate the excitement of chemistry.
  4. The Department of Chemistry stands for a Learner oriented value based educational system.

Department Of Chemistry Staff

S.No Name Qualification Experience in years Period (From-to)
1 Dr.M.Sunitha Msc,Mphil,Ph.D, 18 2003-till date
2 Smt.V.B.T.Sundari MSc, 22 1999-till date
3 Smt.N.Swathi MSc, 08 2014-till date
4 Smt.P.N.L.Prasanna MSc, 2019-till date
5 Smt.N.S.V.Sravani MSc,  2019-till date


2017-2018 23 51 27 15 40 22 10 27 23
2018-2019 23 49 16 17 42 18 15 47 17
2019-2020 33 47 35 34 43 14 17 37 19
2020-2021 33 43 12 26 40 26 20 46 38
2021-2022 21 67 19 45 31 27 42 26

Result Analysis

Year Class Group Appeared Pass Pass%
2021-22 III BSc MPC&CBZ 23 19 82
2020-21 III BSc MPC&CBZ 36 31 86
2019-20 III BSc MPC&CBZ 15 12 80
2018-19 III BSc MPC&CBZ 23 20 87
2017-18 III BSc MPC&CBZ 60 53 88.3

Published By Title of the Paper Name of the Journal Year of Publication ISSN/ISBN











Greener One-pot Synthesis of Chromeno Oxazin and Oxazin Quinoline Derivatives and their Antibacterial Activity International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS) 17-05-2022 ISSN: 2349-6495(P) | 2456-1908(O)
Catalyst Free One-Pot Synthesis of Chromeno Quinolines and Their Antibacterial Activity Scientific Research Publishing

Green and Sustainable Chemistry,

17-07-2022 ISSN Online: 2160-696X ISSN Print: 2160-6951
Visible Light Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue and Malachite Green Dyes


BaWO4-Go Nano Composite

International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology (IJEAB) 2017 ISSN: 2456-1878
Synthesis, Characterization and Visible Light Photocatalytic Degradation Study of Thiourea modified Nano Titania Composites Journal of Applicable Chemistry (International Peer Reviewed Journal) 01-07-2018 ISSN: 2278-1862
Visible Light Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue and Malachite Green Dyes with CuWO 4 -GO Nano Composite Scientific Research Modern Research in Catalysis Publishing 01-07-2018 2168-4499 ISSN Print: 2168-4480

Continuous Assessment is a critical step in the learning process. It determines whether the learning objectives of the course have been met or not. In the past, only observation by the teacher was the main mode of assessment. But in the process of development of a system, there occurred various types of assessments that can be broadly classified as Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment. The former is continuous and is conducted during the teaching-learning process and the latter is to evaluate the student learning at the end of the semester. For Continuous Internal Evaluation/ Assessment our University has adopted the 75+25 Marks External and Internal Examination System. Our University conducts examinations at the end of each semester for both theory and practical sessions and for which Question Papers are prepared by the Controller of Examinations.

For the CIA all activities are divided into 4 categories.

1. Assignments 5 Marks

2. Project/Seminar/GD/ Role-plays/Quiz / Presentation 5 Marks

3. Attendance for Clean and Green Programme 5 Marks

4. Testing of Subject knowledge through Mid-term Exams 20+15 Marks

Total for 2 Mid Exams 50

CIA carried out in our college keeping in mind the words of Plutarch -“The Correct analogy for the mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting”. As we were in aided college from (20-21)that time we followed the guidelines of AKNU. We have to implement CIA from 2022-23 onwards as now we are in Govt. Service.