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The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 1952 with the introduction of undergraduate course in Mathematics. Since then, the department has made significant strides in imparting Mathematics education. The post-graduate program was started in the year 1972. Subsequently, the department was upgraded to a research department with the introduction of M.Phil. degree course (both full time and part time) in 1989. As one of the basic science departments, it caters to the need of students of other departments by offering Allied Math courses.
The department has 13 highly qualified, dedicated and experienced members of faculty and it cares very much in providing a strong foundation in Mathematics both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Faculty members of the department are actively involved in research. Some thrust areas, spanning pure and applied Mathematics include Operations Research, Fuzzy logic and applications, Graph Theory, Real and Complex analysis. So far, three students have completed Ph.D. under the supervision of the faculty of the department and nine more have registered and are pursuing the degree.
The department inaugurates the Mathematics Association each year, by inviting eminent mathematicians to address the students. The students are encouraged and motivated to take part in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities at both intra and inter-collegiate levels.
Provide quality higher education catering a wide range of student spectrum
To provide education with innovation to make students face the challenges of the modern society.
Motivate and kindle academic interest in students to pursue higher education and research
Create a congenial ambience that provides students the impetus to pursue higher education
Enhance the self-confidence and self-esteem of the students to face tough challenges with elan
Prepare students to compete in co-curricular activities and win laurels at different levels