Chemistry Lab

Chemistry is the scientific discipline involved with elements and compounds composed of atoms, molecules and ions, their composition, structure, properties, behavior and the changes they undergo during a reaction with other substances. Chemistry addresses topics such as how atoms and molecules interact via chemical bonds to form new chemical compounds.
  • Importance of chemistry for students. Everything is made of chemicals. Many of the changes we observe in the world around we see that caused by chemical reactions. Chemistry is very important because it helps us to know the composition, structure& changes of matter. All the matters are made up of chemistry. In our every day like various chemical are being used in various from, some of those are being used as food, some of those used clanging etc.
  • Chemistry Laboratory At every stage in life, we are connected to different aspects of chemistry directly or indirectly. It encircles a variety of fields –agriculture, food, medicine, fertilizers, polymers, metals etc. Thus, the knowledge of chemistry is useful in different aspects of human life.
  • Our chemistry lab aims to
  1. show our students the excitement of science.
  2. raise the attainment in science by supporting the school curriculum.
  3. inspire our students to become the scientists of the future.
Our chemistry lab is well equipped with chemicals and other apparatus to cater to the needs of all the students up to class 12. Students start using the chemistry lab from class 6 onward. They show great enthusiasm in using chemicals and perform hands on experiments. It is also supported by a virtual lab which is used to conduct experiments on the board and observe the reactions. The virtual lab also provides animations of chemical reactions at the molecular level. The lab has an excellent safety system with fire extinguishers and a shower cum eye washer equipment. The lab inculcates curiosity and inquisitiveness in students. It plays a very important role in developing a scientific temperament in our students.


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