MPSC Assitant Chemical Analyser Exam Syllabus | MPSC Group B Exam Syllabus

Syllabus for the screening test to be held for recruitment of Assitant Chemical Analyser (Group -B) , in the Directorate of Forensic Science laboratories under Home Department of Govt. of Maharashtra.
Standard :- M.Sc. degree Maximum Marks :-100
Medium English Duration :- One hour
Nature of the Paper :-Objective type
01. Basic Concepts in Analytical Chemistry (25 Marks)
a) Preparation of solution , concentration units , mole molarity , molality , equivalent weight , normality , ppm , milliequivalents and other related units.
b) Definition of the terms :- Precision , deviation , mean deviation, standard deviation , accuracy , absolute error , types of errors , students ‘ t’ test, Confidence limit , Criteria for rejection of observation.
c) Titrations :- Acid-base, redox, precipitation, complexometric. Indicators,
theory of indicators, Metal-ion indicators, non-aqueous titrations.
d) Gravimetric Analysis :- Preparation of sample solution, precipitation, types of precipitates. Role of organic precipitants in gravimetric analysis. Some important organic precipitants.
e) Sampling , extraction, purification and identification of substances.
02. Analytical techniques in Inorganic Chemistry : (25 Marks)
a) Atomic spectroscopic techniques :- Flame emission , uv – visible spectroscopy, AAS (Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy), SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy), Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrophotometry , Emission Spectroscopy.
b) Electro-analytical Techniques such as polarography , Amperometry, Voltammetry, Electro-gravimetry, Cyclic Voltammetry and Stripping Voltammetry.

03. Analytical techniques in Organic Chemistry : (25 Marks)
a) Spectroscopy – theory and applications in Chemical analysis of UV-Vis , IR
(FTIR), NMR, MS,Raman and fluorescence Spectroscopy.
b) Separation technique – theory and applications in Chemical analysis of Crystallisation , Distillation, fractional distillation , Distillation under reduced pressure, Paper chromatography , TLC, HPTC, GLC, LC HPLC, GCMS, LCMS, Ion exchange chromatography, Adsorption chromatography, Reversephase chromatography.
04. Analytical Techniques in Biochemistry : (25 Marks)
a) Methods for estimation – Protein, Nucleic Acids, lipids , carbohydrates.
b) Biological Buffers.
c) DNA Finger Printing, RFLP (Restriction Fragment Lenght Polymorphism), PCR (Polymerage Chain Reaction), RT-PCR (Reverse Transcriptase Polymerage chain Reaction), RIA (Radio Immuno Assay).
d) Separation of Biomolecules – Affinity chromatography , Molecular exclusion chromatography (gel filtration), One Dimention (PAGE) and two Dimentions electrophoresis. Iso-electric focusing , High voltage electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, Agarose electrophoresis, capillary Electrophoreisi.
e) Isotope tracer technique.
f) Enzymes :– Classification , Isoenzyme, DNA Polymerase enzymes.
g) Blood groups.

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  1. list of student selected assistant chemical analyser says:

    give details

  2. Deepali Bhope says:

    I want model ouestion paper of assistant chemical analyzer

  3. raju sabale says:

    please give list for passed writen exam for Assitant chemical analyser or what is next proceduers…

  4. raju sabale says:

    Please give list for passed writen test exam foe assitant chemical analyzer

    • Rupa says:

      Sir what will be the syllabus …only 1 paper is there or other paper is also there related to GS

      • shivaji khadake says:

        It will only one paper of analytical chemistry 100 question for 200 marks each question carry 2 narks . Syllabus is given on mpsc website. And 50 marks for interview.

  5. prashant says:

    Previous year question papers of assistant chemical analyzer with answers. from which books shall i prepare for the exam.

  6. Poonam koli says:

    exam date?

  7. Ajit Deshmukh says:

    I have applied for this post but I don’t know what is the Date of this exam & what is the procedure for Admit card

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