Patna University M.Sc Chemistry results 2018-19 to be expected declared earlier soon by Patna University on its University portal www.patnauniversity.ac.in
Patna University M.Sc Chemistry Results 2018-19
Patna University M.Sc Chemistry results 2018-19 can be checked at: www.patnauniversity.ac.in
All Exam Candidates may check Patna University M.Sc Chemistry results 2018-19 at: Corresponding Colleges or Institute or in Patna University itself.
How to check Patna University M.Sc Chemistry Result 2018-19 at online / website – It’s very simple just by entering your registration number / roll number of your M.Sc Chemistry results 2018-19
How Patna University M.Sc Chemistry Result 2018-19 (Offline) – You can get your M.Sc Chemistry results through online Patna University official website.
Patna University M.Sc Chemistry Result 2018-19 (Offline) – you can also get your M.Sc Chemistry Mark sheet from your corresponding colleges which are affiliated by Patna University. All M.Sc Chemistry colleges under Patna University announced selected merit list on notice board along with M.Sc Chemistry exam 2018-19 candidate Name, Roll Number, Registration Number, Score /Marks.
Of these, Principal A. MacDonell taught Philosophy as well as Mathematics. James and Jadunath Sarkar taught both English and History; N. C. Mitra was in charge of Philosophy. D. N. Mullick taught Physical Science (Physics). Harilal Chandra and Narendra Nath Bose used to teach Chemistry and Mathematics. Besides these, there were a Pandit and a Moulavi for teaching Sanskrit and Persian respectively. There was a Law Department attached to the Patna College but a single teacher used to impart instructions in all the diverse branches of Law. The Library and Laboratory facilities were utterly inadequate before the starting of the Patna University. The Calcutta University Committee appointed by the Senate to inspect the College in the first decade of the 20th century found that the Patna College Library contained only 5125 volumes of books and the annual grant for the purchase of books was only Rs. 300/-. Higher education could hardly make any advance in the State in such circumstances.