The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 2006 with the introduction of engineering courses in various disciplines. Mathematics is an integral part of every branch of engineering. All engineers must be able to solve practical engineering problems in mathematical terms. They should also be capable of solving the mathematical models, if necessary with the aid of a computer and of interpreting the solutions and understanding the practical implications .The department is also offering innovative courses in mathematics in the form of B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics and M.Sc. Mathematics. Influence of mathematics can be experienced in the field of finance, medical science, digital communications and even weather forecasting. As a highly regarded discipline, mathematics is a fascinating subject in its own right. An honours degree in Mathematics would qualify a candidate for a satisfying career in engineering as well as business organizations.
B.Sc. Mathematics (Hons.) – 3 Year Program
Mathematics is one of the most ancient sciences of the world and has wide applications in various fields of study and research. The three year undergraduate study course in Mathematics provides a firm foundation in the techniques of modern mathematics. The course content of this program is meticulously prepared to promote the application of mathematics to physical problems and emphasize on the intrinsic unity through mathematics. This course would produce graduates who possess analytical and mathematical skills to find solutions to the complex problems of business, accounting and engineering and are computer literate.
At the end of the programme, students shall acquire sound analytical and practical knowledge to formulate and solve technical and non-technical problems and shall be well prepared to take up jobs in software industries, banking industries and research and development organizations or pursue higher studies in mathematics.
M.Sc. Mathematics – 2 Year Program
The two year postgraduate study course in Mathematics guides the student to employ mathematical and statistical techniques to solve well-defined problems and present mathematical work, both in oral and written format, to various audiences (students, mathematicians and non-mathematicians).
Post Graduates of the Mathematics can contribute by applying their knowledge in modern industry or teaching or can secure acceptance in high-quality Post graduate programs in Mathematics and other fields such as the field of Quantitative/Mathematical Finance, Mathematical Computing, Statistics and Actuarial Science.
Mathematics in B.Tech Program
In the field of engineering Mathematics is a component of Applied Science that teaches the B.Tech students Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics (Fluid Dynamics, Operations Research , Graph theory and Numerical Analysis), & Differential Geometry and enables them to gain overview of key theories and techniques that underlie modern, pure and applied mathematics.
Mathematics in Agriculture Program
Mathematical statistical skills are useful for the analysis of the soil’s acidity levels as well as the moisture content. The measuring and monitoring allows students to determine the kinds of crop that would thrive in soil as well as the brand of fertilizer that should be utilized in the farming process. Mathematical statistics contains measure of central tendency, sampling of data, correlation regression analysis and probability theory.
Mathematics in Diploma Program
Mathematics has proved itself as a fundamental discipline for all branches of Polytechnic Diploma with ever spreading applications in all spheres. Thus, the need for conceptualizing the framework followed by rational applications becomes imperative. In order to cater to the needs, we provide the concepts and applications of applied mathematics in all the branches of polytechnic diploma.
Mathematics in M.Tech. Program
The course content of Mathematics in M.Tech. Program facilitates formulation and analysis of mathematical and statistical problems, precisely defines the key terms, and draws clear and reasonable conclusions. It further fulfills the requirement of reading, understanding and constructing correct mathematical and statistical proofs and helps in locating information on mathematical problems in the library and in electronic data-bases. It explains the importance of mathematics and its techniques in solving real life problems and provides the limitations of such techniques and the validity of the results.