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In our last post, we have published BSc semester IV important questions in Physics. Now its time to publish “BSc semester IV important questions in chemistry”.

We basically publish important questions based on previous year papers & the latest syllabus of U.G.C. These question banks are helpful for all students of B.Sc.


The syllabus of chemistry in Semester IV consists of three important parts :

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry

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