B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics

B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics

B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics Program

Introduction to the Program:

The program is open to students with 10+2 passed in Science with Mathematics and Physics as compulsory papers. There is a variety of Core-courses that emphasize the fundamentals while keeping in mind the evolving nature of the subject. The ultimate goal of this programme is that our students should apply their knowledge to demonstrate mathematics clearly and precisely, making vague ideas precise by formulating them in the language of mathematics. The other goal includes students may work in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in research organizations and other industries. We also try to enhance their employability for jobs in public and private sectors.

Program Educational Objective:

PEO 01: Graduates will pursue higher education/research in recognized national/international institutes.

PEO 02: To prepare students with knowledge, abilities and insight in mathematics and related fields.

PEO 03: Graduates will work effectively as individuals and as team members in multidisciplinary projects.

PEO 04: Be able to formulate, investigate and analyze scientifically real life problems along with ethical attitude.

PEO 05: To facilitate students to recognize the need for and the ability to engage in life-long learning.

Program Outcome:

PO 01: Academic Excellence: Apply theoretical knowledge of Mathematics for the solution of different problems related to science and technology.

PO 02: Contextualized Understanding: Develop mathematical concepts in all the fields of learning and recognize the need in science and technology.

PO 03: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: Investigate various problems with effective solutions or techniques to crack competitive examinations and higher studies.

PO 04: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate and analyze complex problems using mathematical principles.

PO 05: Modernization and Tools Usage: Design and solve critical problems using sophisticated mathematical modelling with modern tools and programming skills.

PO 06: Societal Implication:  Analyze complex social elements, their interrelation and its impact on geographically different society.

PO 07: Environment and Sustainability: Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as environmental, health, safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

PO 08: Ethics: Understand ethical principle and commit to professional ethics, responsibly and norms in the society.

PO 09: Individual and Team Work: Work as an individual or in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in research organizations, industries and participate in academic discussion.

PO 10: Communication: Build up effective communication skills, both written and verbal, to specialized and non-specialized audiences.

PO 11: Leadership Skills: Undertake a major, individual, mathematics-related project and discuss the results in a full scientific report with a presentation.

PO12: Life Long Learning: Develop the ability to reasoning, abstract thinking, critically evaluate theories, methods, principles, and applications of pure and applied science.

Programme Specific Outcome:

PSO 01: Understand basic concepts of mathematics to develop problem solving skills which are required for higher education and get placed in gov./ private organizations

PSO 02: Develop deeper understanding and expanded knowledge in pure mathematics

PSO 03: Apply mathematical methods to other disciplines such as physics, engineering, computer science

Programme Eligibility:

Minimum 50% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board with respective subjects

Duration (in Year): 3

 

Career Avenues:

  • Scope to build their career in actuarial profession.
  • Mathematics graduates can apply their logical, numerical and analytical skill to build a career in various private and public sectors.
  • Mathematics graduates have huge opportunity to make their career in banking sector.
  • After acquiring higher degrees such as M.Sc. and PhD, one can also option for teaching jobs in school, colleges and universities.
  • Various scopes for higher studies in different application oriented disciplines.
  • Scope to build their career as a researcher in various branches of Mathematics.

Discipline Specific Electives (DSE):

Students are required to study THREE elective Papers from the Major/ Hons discipline during semester V and VI. The list of the electives is given below.

DSE I

DSE II

ANALYTICAL STATICS & HYDROSTATICS 

MTH11097

NUMBER THOERY

MTH11027

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING 

MTH11029

METRIC SPACE AND TOPOLOGY

MTH11099

NUMERICAL METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

MTH11098

NON-NEGATIVE MATRICES

MTH11100

ELEMENTARY DATA SCIENCE AND VISUALIZATION 

SDS11082

GRAPH THEORY

MTH11101

                                                                                                  DSE III

 

INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION 

MTH11102

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL RISK ANALYTICS

MTH11103

INTRODUCTION TO STOCHASTIC PROCESS 

SDS11092 

INTRODUCTION TO PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION  

MTH11104

B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics

B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics Program

Introduction to the Program:

The program is open to students with 10+2 passed in Science with Mathematics and Physics as compulsory papers. There is a variety of Core-courses that emphasize the fundamentals while keeping in mind the evolving nature of the subject. The ultimate goal of this programme is that our students should apply their knowledge to demonstrate mathematics clearly and precisely, making vague ideas precise by formulating them in the language of mathematics. The other goal includes students may work in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in research organizations and other industries. We also try to enhance their employability for jobs in public and private sectors.

Program Educational Objective:

PEO 01: Graduates will pursue higher education/research in recognized national/international institutes.

PEO 02: To prepare students with knowledge, abilities and insight in mathematics and related fields.

PEO 03: Graduates will work effectively as individuals and as team members in multidisciplinary projects.

PEO 04: Be able to formulate, investigate and analyze scientifically real life problems along with ethical attitude.

PEO 05: To facilitate students to recognize the need for and the ability to engage in life-long learning.

Program Outcome:

PO 01: Academic Excellence: Apply theoretical knowledge of Mathematics for the solution of different problems related to science and technology.

PO 02: Contextualized Understanding: Develop mathematical concepts in all the fields of learning and recognize the need in science and technology.

PO 03: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: Investigate various problems with effective solutions or techniques to crack competitive examinations and higher studies.

PO 04: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate and analyze complex problems using mathematical principles.

PO 05: Modernization and Tools Usage: Design and solve critical problems using sophisticated mathematical modelling with modern tools and programming skills.

PO 06: Societal Implication:  Analyze complex social elements, their interrelation and its impact on geographically different society.

PO 07: Environment and Sustainability: Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as environmental, health, safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

PO 08: Ethics: Understand ethical principle and commit to professional ethics, responsibly and norms in the society.

PO 09: Individual and Team Work: Work as an individual or in teams on multi-disciplinary projects in research organizations, industries and participate in academic discussion.

PO 10: Communication: Build up effective communication skills, both written and verbal, to specialized and non-specialized audiences.

PO 11: Leadership Skills: Undertake a major, individual, mathematics-related project and discuss the results in a full scientific report with a presentation.

PO12: Life Long Learning: Develop the ability to reasoning, abstract thinking, critically evaluate theories, methods, principles, and applications of pure and applied science.

Programme Specific Outcome:

PSO 01: Understand basic concepts of mathematics to develop problem solving skills which are required for higher education and get placed in gov./ private organizations

PSO 02: Develop deeper understanding and expanded knowledge in pure mathematics

PSO 03: Apply mathematical methods to other disciplines such as physics, engineering, computer science

Programme Eligibility:

Minimum 50% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board with respective subjects

Duration (in Year): 3

 

Career Avenues:

  • Scope to build their career in actuarial profession.
  • Mathematics graduates can apply their logical, numerical and analytical skill to build a career in various private and public sectors.
  • Mathematics graduates have huge opportunity to make their career in banking sector.
  • After acquiring higher degrees such as M.Sc. and PhD, one can also option for teaching jobs in school, colleges and universities.
  • Various scopes for higher studies in different application oriented disciplines.
  • Scope to build their career as a researcher in various branches of Mathematics.

Discipline Specific Electives (DSE):

Students are required to study THREE elective Papers from the Major/ Hons discipline during semester V and VI. The list of the electives is given below.

DSE I

DSE II

ANALYTICAL STATICS & HYDROSTATICS 

MTH11097

NUMBER THOERY

MTH11027

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING 

MTH11029

METRIC SPACE AND TOPOLOGY

MTH11099

NUMERICAL METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

MTH11098

NON-NEGATIVE MATRICES

MTH11100

ELEMENTARY DATA SCIENCE AND VISUALIZATION 

SDS11082

GRAPH THEORY

MTH11101

                                                                                                  DSE III

 

INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION 

MTH11102

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL RISK ANALYTICS

MTH11103

INTRODUCTION TO STOCHASTIC PROCESS 

SDS11092 

INTRODUCTION TO PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION  

MTH11104

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