DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS PROFILE

ESTABLISHED:1990

 OVERVIEW:

Since Mathematics plays such a key role in the physical, chemical and social sciences. The calculus is useful to students who plan careers in these areas. The department of mathematical sciences has been participating in teaching at under graduate level in a diverse range of mathematical topics for B.Sc.., Students. The department of mathematics currently offers 3-year Bachelors in mathematics program and followed CBCS system. The core courses taught during three years of B.sc program in first five semesters are:

  1. Differential Equations
  2. Solid Geometry
  3. Abstract Algebra
  4. Real Analysis
  5. (A)Ring Theory and Vector calculus

(B) Linear Algebra

For 6th Semester Open Electives (any one):1. Numerical Analysis 2. Laplace Transformation 3. Number Theory

Cluster Elective:

  1. Special Functions
  2. Advanced Numerical Analysis
  3. Integral Trans forms
  4. Fluid Mechanics
  5. Graph theory

Including Project Work.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

Department of mathematical sciences have four programs in B.Sc. courses.

We provided M.P.C, M.P. Cs, M.E. Cs, M.S. Cs in our college. M.P. Cs introduced in 1990, M.P.C introduced in 1995, M.E. Cs introduced in 2007, also, M.S. Cs introduced in 2012 respectively. All groups are in high demand with an intake of 50 plus seats for this individual Groups.

Experienced and enthusiastic faculty handles classes giving their best to keep the students well instructed. They also take part in counseling and guiding students coming to them with their problems through an open-door policy.

Well-equipped laboratories in physics, chemistry and computer science are available for students from morning to evening. statistics practical exercises are worked out in computer lab provide for the purpose. To hon the skills students in communication and aptitude special coaching is offered to final year students. Further help to students in preparation for campus placements, ICET, Banking services recruitment etc.,

For overall development students are encouraged to take part in extracurricular activities like sports, NSS etc.., They also active role in seminars, events, quiz, paper and poster presentation etc…,

VISION:

We envision a world in which all people embrace the beauty of mathematics. Utilize their ability to help us understand the world and harness their power to promote human flourishing.

MISSION:

Our mission is to welcome all students into the study of mathematics. Support them through their classes and show them how mathematics is not only beautiful but also useful and powerful.

VALUES:

We value hard work and determination to overcome challenges, inquisitiveness to faster learning, creativity to consider new ideas, cooperation to work with others and to help them excel, diversity to respect the opinions and backgrounds of others and community to support one another.

OUTSIDE THE CLASS ROOM:

In addition to regular course work, students may also participate in seminars independent study or problem-solving groups. The department also encourages students as tutors, teaching assistants and project implements.

 

PROGRAMS OFFERED:

U.G Courses:

  1. B.Sc. (M.P.C)
  2. B.Sc. (M.P. Cs)
  3. B.Sc. (M.E. Cs)
  4. B.Sc. (M.S. Cs)

CBCS System is followed for all U.G Programs.

PROGRAM WISE STUDENT PROFILE:

2017-18:

Programme Programme specific Student Enrolled Total
I B.Sc.

II B.Sc.

III B.Sc.

M.P.C

M.P. Cs

M.E. Cs

M.S. Cs

Male Female
32

7

19

37

18

27

69

25

46

 

 

2018-19:

Programme Programme specific Student Enrolled Total
I B.Sc.

II B.Sc.

III B.Sc.

M.P.C

M.P. Cs

M.E. Cs

M.S. Cs

Male Female
6

27

7

40

34

16

46

61

23

2019-2020:

 

Programme Programme specific Student Enrolled Total
I B.Sc.

II B.Sc.

III B.Sc.

M.P.C

M.P. Cs

M.E. Cs

M.S. Cs

Male Female
13

6

23

36

41

32

49

47

55

2020-2021:

Programme Programme specific Student Enrolled Total
I B.Sc.

II B.Sc.

III B.Sc.

M.P.C

M.P. Cs

M.E. Cs

M.S. Cs

Male Female
13

7

19

34

18

27

47

25

46

 

TEACHING METHODS ADOPTED TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING:

  • Student Projects
  • Class Room Teaching
  • Power Point Presentations
  • Class Seminars
  • Group Discussions
  • Quiz Programs
  • Guest Lecturers
  • E-Sources for Learning Mathematics:

 

  • http//: freebookcenter.net
  • http//: medium.com
  • http//: freecomputerbooks.com
  • http//: engineeringbookspdf.com
  • http//: mathblog.com
  • http//: bookboon.com

Swoc analysis of the department and future plans strengths:

  1. Efficient and experienced faculty with master’s degree.
  2. Good infrastructure and well-established department.
  3. Consistent good pass percentage.

Weakness:

  • The Socio-Economic background of many of the students.
  • Most of the students are of first generation.

Opportunities:

  • Improving enrolment
  • Improving the optimum usage of ICT in teaching learning.

Challenges:

  • Sustaining quality along with access.
  • More Placements.

Future Plans:

  • To start multidisciplinary job-oriented courses.
  • To a conduct a national seminar.
  • To Establish Research center in Department.

Department of mathematics outcomes:

 

Every course offered by the department will strive to:

  • develop mathematical thinking and communication skills; and
  • Communicate the breadth and interconnections of the mathematical sciences.

In addition, courses taken primarily to satisfy general education requirements are designed to:

  • engage students in a meaningful and positive intellectual experience;
  • sharpen abilities in quantitative and logical reasoning needed for informed citizenship and productive employment; and
  • Encourage students to take additional coursework in the mathematical sciences.

Cognate courses for students majoring in partner disciplines will meet the needs of those disciplines and advance the students’ ability to:

  • create, analyse, and interpret relevant mathematical models; and
  • Make sound arguments based on mathematical reasoning and careful data analysis.

Programs and courses for pre-service and in-service teachers, including graduate students, will help them develop:

  • a deep understanding, appropriate to the level of certification, of numbers and operations, algebra and functions, geometry and measurement, and statistics and probability;
  • knowledge of a broad range of explanations and examples, with facility for separating and reconnecting the component parts of concepts and methods; and
  • The disposition, confidence, and motivation to pursue career-long mathematical growth.

Finally, programs and courses primarily for our majors aim to help students:

 

  • progress from a procedural/computational understanding of mathematics to a broad understanding encompassing logical reasoning, generalization, abstraction, and formal proof; and
  • Gain experience in the careful analysis of examples and data, making appropriate use of graphing calculators, computer algebra systems, visualization software, and statistical packages.

For departmental assessment purposes, our Student Learning Outcomes are the following:  Graduates will be able to;

 

  1. Organize and analyse data and information and synthesize problem solutions using appropriate mathematical tools;
  2. Formulate conjectures, find counterexamples, and state and prove theorems carefully;
  3. Learn mathematics outside of the classroom through self-study or group-study, including the ability to refresh knowledge;
  4. Communicate mathematics effectively both orally and in writing;
  5. Use technology to aid in the above.

Staff Profiles

S.No. Staff Details Designation Profile Joining Date
 1 K Eliya Hod,Dept. of mathematics  Download 7/12/2020
 2  DURGA RAO  Lecturer  Download 10/09/2022

Outcomes 2020 PDF – Download 

Outcomes 2017 PDF – Download

B.Sc Maths 2016-17 PDF – Download

BA-B.Sc Mathematics I-IV Sem PDF – Download

I Sem Practical Maths PDF – Download

Result Analysis Maths Data PDF – Download

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