The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 1994 to offer Engineering Mathematics courses for the undergraduate (B. Tech.) programs and post-graduate programs (M. Tech., MCA). Later, from 2003 onwards, the Department started offering elective courses for undergraduate and postgraduate program and also advanced courses for Ph. D. programs. From 2004, the Department has been offering Ph. D. programs in Graph Theory, Multi-wavelet Transforms and Statistics, Magneto hydrodynamics, Lie Algebra Bundles and Cryptography.
The Department has a team of highly qualified faculty members most of them being Ph. D. holders, with specialization in recent and advanced fields in Analysis, Algebra, Fluid Mechanics, Statistics, Six Sigma, Numerical Analysis, Number Theory etc. The Department has organized several International and National Conferences with paper presentations and invited talks of high quality. The Department has to its credit a good number of research papers published in refereed International and National Journals.
The five year integrated M. Sc. program in Mathematics is started in 2013 keeping in mind the requirement for people with post graduate qualification in Mathematics to hold teaching positions in Engineering Institutions and to get into Research Institutes/Industrial Establishments. This program is also aimed at placements in Software Industries. The curriculum aims at giving a strong foundation in the basics and then motivating towards specializations for research activities of an interdisciplinary nature and thus acting as a catalyst for initiating many research programs, theoretical and practical in nature.
The Department will be organizing a four-day International Conference on Graph Theory, Graph Algorithms and its Applications from December 16-19, 2015... For more details »
The department provides excellence in research and a deep-rooted commitment to doctoral training and education. It offers an excellent environment for academic research and applications focused on areas of Graph Theory...
The department offers five year integrated program M. Sc. Mathematics. The first four semesters would focus on basic calculus, algebra and analysis. Topics such as differential equations and group theory emphasize the applications to Mechanics, Chemical Kinetics and to the analysis of the structure of molecules. Higher semesters would have advanced core courses emphasizing both the theory and the applications. The subjects have been designed in such a way that the student could discover their strengths and focus on topics of their choice...Read More »