The Department of Mathematics was established with the introduction of engineering courses in various disciplines. Department’s aim is to make students capable of solving the mathematical models, if necessary, with the aid of a computer and of interpreting the solutions and understanding the practical implications. Mathematical life at School of Applied and Life Sciences is very active. It comprises original investigations, discussions, lectures, and teaching at many levels. We are deeply committed to superior research in mathematics and the scientific excellence of our faculty is well recognized in the mathematical community.
Large segments of current mathematical research are represented in the Department by the active research programs and interests of our faculty. The Department has strengths and pursues original investigations in Calculus, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Topology, Functional Analysis, and Algebraic Number Theory, Logic and its applications to Computer Science, and several other areas of current mathematical development.
The department is also offering innovative courses in mathematics in the form of B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics. The 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 honors degree in Mathematics would qualify a candidate for a satisfying career in engineering as well as business organizations.
Vision and Mission of the Department
Aspires to achieve the highest standards of excellence in teaching and service within promotion of problem solving, analytical thinking and utilizing technology. To produce high quality mathematics majors well prepared to enter the work force or attend graduate school.
- To develop mathematical skill analysis in students to excel overall growth of academia, industry and society.
- To introduce mathematical sources with latest ICT enabled techniques, so that students achieve excellence in their field.
- To collaborate with local community or professional associations to promote and share general development in mathematical sciences.