Course Name

SDP_NCL11_2019 - Basic to advanced training in infrared (IR) spectroscopy
Instructor Name :- Bagchi Dr. S.


Infrared (IR) spectroscopy is an extremely powerful tool to determine the functional groups in molecules. IR spectroscopy is widely used in industry as well as in research. It is a simple and reliable technique for measurement, quality control and dynamic measurement. It is also employed in forensic analysis - in civil and criminal analysis. In this workshop/course, we will discuss the basics of IR spectroscopy and the operating principles of the IR spectrometer. Hands on training of recording IR spectra using a spectrometer in the solid as well as liquid samples will be provided. Furthermore, methods of analysis (baseline subtraction, curve-fitting, multi-peak fitting, deconvolution, etc.) of the IR spectra will be discussed. Hands on training on the same will be provided on training data-sets.
Academic Year
: 2019


  • Commencement Date : 02/09/2019
  • End Date : 06/09/2019
  • Registration Deadline Date : 28/08/2019
  • Duration : 1 week
  • Seat Available : 10-15

Fee Details :

  • Indian - Student - 5000
  • Indian - Faculty - 10000
  • Indian - Industry Sponsored - 20000

Salient Features

Salient Features of the training courses
Equal priority to theory and practical sessions
Lectures, assisted with multimedia aids.
Case studies
Group discussions/interactive sessions
Hands - on - practical training
Brief on alternate career options.


Evaluation will consist of the following components
Theory Courses
Written question paper
Student Participation to all sessions
Practical Courses


Basic knowledge in spectroscopy and functional groups in chemistry English