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For all the Courses under Faculty of Science the Candidates must have secured the following % of marks or CGPA in their Qualifying Examination:

  1. 1.Candidates should have passed in the Qualifying Examination with not less than 40% marks or equivalent CGPA. A pass in the Qualifying Examination is sufficient for SC/ST candidates.
  2. 2.The candidates passing the examination compartmentally and securing required percentage of marks or equivalent CGPA are also eligible.
  3. 3.All the courses are of two years duration.

Must have obtained a B.Sc Degree with Chemistry subject as an optional and must have studied a minimum of 30 credits in Chemistry or Must have obtained a B.Sc Degree with 40% marks with Chemistry subject as an optional. The candidate must have studied Chemistry at least four papers of 100 marks each.

The following are the general rules, regulations and instructions to the candidates appearing for the common entrance tests for admission into various courses offered by Osmania, Kakatiya, JNTUH, Satavahana, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi and Palamuru Universities in their campus, constituent and affiliated colleges.


To be eligible for admission into a course, the candidate

1.Must have passed the Qualifying Examination and secured the prescribed Minimum Marks in the subject (s) / course(s) concerned as mentioned in the Information Brochure, and

2.Must have qualified in Common PG Entrance Test conducted by the Osmania University in the concerned subject in which admission is sought. For administrative reasons, the Convenor may, conduct the entrance test before the publication of the results of the qualifying examination concerned. But qualifying at the Entrance Test alone does not confer any right of admission into a course. In addition to being qualified at the Common Entrance Test, a candidate will be eligible for admission only if he/she passes the qualifying examination before the commencement of admissions process and secure the prescribed minimum marks in the subject (s) / course(s) concerned. He / She must submit the necessary documents listed under item VII of these instructions at the time of counseling.

Admissions to various courses are made on the basis of entrance test conducted for that purpose. The detailed Schedule of common entrance tests will be made available in websites:,,, at least one week before the commencement of entrance tests.

The entrance tests in all the subjects will be of 90 minutes duration. The question paper consists of 100 objective (multiple choice only) type questions for 100 marks

Part-A (40 Marks)

Coordination Compounds, Applications of Coordination Compounds, Organometallic Chemistry, Metal Carbonyls and Related Compounds, Boranes and Carboranes, Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Hard and Soft Acids and Bases (HSAB). Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives, synthesis Based on Carbanions, Nitro Hydrocarbons, Amines, Cyanides and Isocyanides, Heterocyclic Compounds, Carbohydrates, Amino Acids and Proteins, Pericyclic Reactions, Synthetic Strategies, Asymmetric Synthesis. Electrochemistry and Emf, Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics. Photochemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy, Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Mass Spectroscopy.

Part-B (60 Marks)

S-Block Elements, P-Block Elements, Chemistry of Zero Group Elements, Chemistry of d-Block Elements, Chemistry of f-Block Elements, General Principles of Inorganic Qualitative Analysis, Symmetry of molecules, Non-Aqueous Solvents, Chemical Bonding, Molecular Orbital Theory, Theory of Quantitative Analysis, Theories of Bonding in Metals. Structural Theory in Organic Chemistry, Acyclic Hydrocarbons, alicyclic Hydrocarbons, aromatic Hydrocarbons, Arenes and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Halogen Compounds, Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers and Epoxides, Carbonyl Compounds, Conformational Analysis, Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds. Atomic Structure and Elementary Quantum Mechanics, Gaseous State, Liquid State, Solutions, Dilute Solutions and Colligative Properties, Solid State Chemistry, Phase Rule, Colloids and Surface Chemistry, adsorption, Material Science, Nano materials, Evaluation of Analytical Data.