The College of Chemical Sciences has already started conducting lectures for the students of early
bird intake for the academic year of 2022. The lectures are conducted on weekends through
The College of Chemical Sciences has already started the regular intake for the academic year of 2022. Payment deadline for this intake will be 3rd October 2022 and the Inauguration program will be on 15th October 2022. The application deadline for all the scholarships will be on 3rd October 2022.
Students are welcome to join the newly launched intake and continue with ongoing lectures while
covering the missed lessons either by referring lecture recordings through Learning Management
System (LMS) or by participating to regular intake lectures in near future or by both of above
methods. Both Early bird intake and regular intake will be merged at the end of semester one
of level one.
Although students have to attend the practical sessions adhering to either weekday group
or weekend group, they can freely attend lectures according to their desire when regular intake
lectures are commenced.
We strongly recommend to complete the shared google form and get LMS access and student e-
mail to continue with early bird lectures. The documents needed for the registration can be
submitted to the firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
The Bachelor of Science Honours (BSc Hons) degree in Chemical Science is a four-year, full-time programme designed as per the Sri Lanka Quality Framework (SLQF) Level 6, to provide a comprehensive education in chemistry to all our undergraduates. The main objectives of this degree programme are, (1) to bring economic benefits and sustainable development to the country through manufacturing and value addition; and (2) to contribute to research in chemical science globally.
In the first two years, students will be offered fundamental and intermediate course units in the areas of organic, physical, inorganic, analytical, and biochemistry. Even though the essence of the programme is Chemistry, selected topics in subjects such as Mathematics and Biology are taught to assist undergraduates to cope up with more advanced course units offered at upper levels. Moreover, during the first two years, students will receive a solid foundation in subjects, such as Physics, Electronics, and Statistics, which will indeed lead our undergraduates to receive broad-based education strengthening the quality and relevance of the degree.
In the third and fourth years, advanced concepts in Chemistry, as well as several Management course units, will be offered. While following such compulsory course units, students have the opportunity to select course units from among many industry-related optional topics as well. The optional course units are customized to impart relevant knowledge that will aid a chemist to thrive in an industrial setting.
The BSc Hons programme includes a strong laboratory component designed to provide substantial hands-on experience in all areas of Chemistry during the first three years of the degree. Besides, in the final year, students must conduct a research project of 6 credits, granting them the option to choose between an academic or industrial project. We hope to lay the foundation for our undergraduates to be exposed to research methodologies and to gain an understanding of research techniques, which will assist them to improve their rational thinking and proficiency as chemists.
The programme is designed to include a subsidiary management component totaling to 26 credits. Chemical science and management is a unique combination that would support students to develop into competent individuals in the competitive job market. The Institute of Chemistry Ceylon is the only education fraternity offering this subject combination in South Asia. We are focused on producing chemists equipped with sharp managerial skills together with a strong background in Chemistry.
The following entry criteria have to be satisfied to enroll in the BSc Hons Programme,1. Three passes in science subjects in one sitting, with Chemistry as a subject, at the
2. Obtain a passing mark in the aptitude test conducted by CCS.
The BSc Hons degree in Chemical Science is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education of Sri Lanka under Gazette No. 2166/14, in the Universities Act, No. 16 of 1978, under the order of Section 25A.
The successful completion of the BSc examination is considered as fulfillment for admission as an Associate Member of the Institute of Chemistry Ceylon.
Directing the course of academic and industrial endeavors in Chemical Sciences, the BSc Hons programme aims to provide career and advanced research opportunities in highly demanding disciplines in chemical science. The BSc degree is designed to assist students who aspire to pursue,
Why BSc Hons in Chemical Science?
Prospective students enrolling for the BSc Hons degree at the Institute will be benefited from the unique highlights that the programme has to offer.
BSc Hons programme is offered for school leavers displaying a genuine interest in chemistry and related sciences. University undergraduate students who follow different disciplines or general degrees (SLQF Level 5) with Chemistry as a subject have the opportunity to follow this programme to enrich their knowledge while gaining an in-depth understanding of concepts using their strong chemistry background.
For registration, prospective candidates can follow the procedure given below.
1) Make an online transfer of the payment to the BOC Account No: 2323118
ooooIf you are willing to make the payment physically, visit the nearest BOC branch and make the transfer oooo to the account number mentioned above.
2) The following documents should be submitted upon registration.
Downloading options for the application form, bank slips, and bank details are given below.
Important: Please retain the original bank slip and application form as they will be collected at the start of enrollment.