Organic Chemistry

About Organic Chemistry in CSIR exam

  For all branches of chemistry students to crack CSIR-UGC NET exam, solving the organic questions is very essential. This part-B shall contain 40 Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs) a candidate shall be required to answer any 35 questions. Each question shall be of two marks. The total marks allocated to this section shall be 70 out of 200.

So, around 13-15 bits in section-B usually appear from organic chemistry which are mainly from 10+2 NCERT Chemistry textbooks and also from under graduate level books. Similarly part-C shall contain 60 questions a candidate shall be required to answer any 25 questions. Each question shall be of four marks. The total marks allocated to this section shall be 100 out of 200. Mostly 20 bits appear form organic chemistry only.

Here we go the full information about Organic chemistry topics and suggestions to crack CSIR NET Chemical Sciences.

CSIR Organic Chemistry Syllabus 

Chapter 1: IUPAC nomenclature
Chapter 2: Principles of stereochemistry
Chapter 3: Aromaticity
Chapter 4: Organic reactive intermediates
Chapter 5: Organic reaction mechanisms
Chapter 6: Common named reactions and rearrangements
Chapter 7: Organic transformations and reagents
Chapter 8: Concepts in organic synthesis
Chapter 9: Asymmetric synthesis
Chapter 10: Pericyclic reactions and photochemical reactions
Chapter 11: Synthesis and reactivity of common heterocyclic compounds
Chapter 12: Chemistry of natural products
Chapter 13: Structure determination of organic compounds

Suggested Books for Organic Chemistry in CSIR-UGC NET Chemical Sciences:

  • Organic Chemistry by Nick Greeves,Stuart Warren,Jonathan Clayden
  • Organic spectroscopy by william kemp
  • Organic Chemistry by I. L. Finar
  • Organic Chemistry by R. T. Morrison and R. N. Boyd
  •  Modern methods of organic synthesis by William Carruthers & Iain Coldham
  • Advanced organic chemistry by J. March
  • Pericyclic reactions by Ian Fleming
  • Modern organic synthesis: An introduction by Michael H. Nantz
  • Spectrometric identification of organic compounds by Robert M. Silverstein
  • Advanced organic chemistry (Part A & B) by Francis A. Carey & Richard J. Sundberg
  • Named organic reactions by Thomas laue & Andreas Plagens.

The CSIR-UGC NET aspirants should read the above books and prepare for the CSIT-UGC NET exam. The candidates may also try referring practice papers, materials and e-books as part of preparation.




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