Academic Programmes

An elaborate list of our research-oriented academic programmes

M.Sc. (Mathematics and Computing) Scheme and Syllabus

Nature: Full time/ Part time/ Correspondence: Full Time

Duration: Two Years (4 Semesters).

 

Mathematics and Computing Programme is combination of mathematics with computer science. Covering the major areas in demand today, this programme is of utmost value to the aspiring graduate students with Mathematics background. The course provides students with comprehensive theoretical knowledge and also practical training in computer science and numerical computing. This programme has been introduced due to the need for sophisticated mathematics for modern scientific investigations and technological developments. The curriculum is designed to provide students with in depth theoretical background and practical training in computer science and numerical computing so that a student become competent to take challenges in mathematics at national and international levels.

 

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Procedure: The candidates seeking admission to M.Sc. (Mathematics) must have a Bachelor degree with Mathematics as a major subject. The qualifying degree must be from a recognized University by the University Grants Commission with minimum duration of  three years.  The candidate must have at least 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in qualifying degree. Admissions shall be made by merit which will be made by combining the percentages of marks obtained in 10th, 12th and graduation level. The degree marks will be considered up to second year/four semesters. 

Number of Seats: 20

Program Educational Objective:  The objectives of the M.Sc. (Mathematics and Computing) program are to

  1. create a platform for higher studies and research in mathematics, computing and inter-disciplinary areas.
  2. develop sound analytical and practical knowledge to take up jobs in Software, Finance Industry, Research and Teaching.
  3. prepare students to qualify various national and international competitive examinations.

Program Outcomes: The successful completion of this program will enable the students to

  1. acquire the knowledge and explaining of the pure mathematics covering analysis and algebra and ability to apply this knowledge in other fields.
  2. use of applied mathematics courses such as Numerical Analysis, Operations Research, Probability and Statistics; and Mechanics to solve real life problems.
  3. join software and IT industry with sound knowledge of programming and mathematics based computing.
  4. pursue research as a career in mathematics, computing and inter-disciplinary fields.

M.Sc. (Mathematics) Scheme and Syllabus

Nature: Full time/ Part time/ Correspondence: Full Time

Duration: Two Years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Procedure: The candidates seeking admission to M.Sc. (Mathematics) must have a Bachelor degree with Mathematics as a major subject. The qualifying degree must be from a recognized University by the University Grants Commission with minimum duration of three years. The candidate must have at least 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in qualifying degree. Admissions shall be made by merit which will be made by combining the percentages of marks obtained in 10th, 12th and graduation level. The degree marks will be considered up to second year/four semesters.

Number of Seats: 20

Program Educational Objective: The objectives of the M.Sc. (Mathematics) program are to

  • 1. enable students for pursuing higher studies and research in pure and applied mathematics.
  • 2. develop skills required for sound analytical and practical knowledge to pursue careers in Research, Education and Industry.
  • 3. prepare students to qualify various national and international competitive examinations.
  • 4. develop mathematical thinking encompassing logical reasoning, generalization, abstraction, and formal proof.

Program Outcomes: The successful completion of this program will enable the students to

  • 1. acquire the knowledge and understanding of pure and applied mathematics and communicate mathematics effectively.
  • 2. apply critical thinking skills to solve real life problems that can be modeled mathematically.
  • 3. pursue research career in mathematics and inter-disciplinary fields.
  • 4. have the ability to assess and interpret complex situation, enabling them to choose successful career in education and industry.

The school has at present 27 energetic and dedicated faculty members working in many diverse areas of mathematics with wide range of specialization. Till 2019, school has awarded 61 Ph.Ds and 40 are currently ongoing. School offers Ph.D. degree with the following specializations

Real Analysis

Astronomy and Astrophysics

Mechanics

Optimization, Integer Programming, Numerical Optimization, Duality Theory (Optimization)

Fuzzy Optimization

Number Theory-Partition Theory

Fourier Analysis, Functional Analysis

Soft Computing, Artificial Neural Network

Inverse Problems

Numerical PDE

Fixed Point Theory, Approximation Theory

Numerical Analysis

Mathematical Biology

Mathematical Modelling of Transport

Approximation Theory

Numerical Analysis (for ODE and PDE),  Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Modeling of  Hamiltonian systems