Courses Offered
Academic Programs offered:
- M. A. /M. Sc. (Mathematics) (Intake capacity 70)
- Ph. D.
Syllabus for M.Sc. (Mathematics)-2023-24(NEP)(click here)
Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs):
PEO1: To have advance knowledge of mathematics and apply mathematical rules
in designing/solving problems.
PEO2: To provide the professional services to industry, research organization,
institutes.
PEO3: To provide the professional consultancy and research support for the
relevant organization in the domain of super specialization.
PEO4: To opt for higher education, disciplinary & multi-disciplinary research
and to be a life-long learner.
PEO5: To provide, value based and ethical leadership in the professional
and social life.
(b) Programme Outcomes:
PO1: Solve advance problems in all the courses.
PO2: Read, analyse, and write logical arguments to prove mathematical
concepts.
PO3: Communicate mathematical ideas with clarity and coherence,
both written and verbally.
PO4: Perform research in conjunction with others as well as individually.
PO5: Apply value based and ethical principles in providing leadership
to profession and social life.
(c) Programme Specific Outcomes:
PSO 1: Communicate and apply mathematical ideas.
PSO 2: Perform advance research in mathematics and related fields
3) The CO-PO MATRIX is provided in the below table.
M. Sc. Mathematics(OBE)-Old course
Semester | Course Title | PO1 | PO2 | PO3 | PO4 | PO5 | PSO1 | PSO2 |
Semester -I | | | | | | | | |
| Abstract Algebra | * | * | | | | | |
| Real Analysis-I | * | * | | | | | |
| Topology-I | * | * | | | | | |
| Complex Analysis-I | * | * | | | | | |
| Differential Equation-I | * | * | | | | | |
| Indian Constitution | | | | | * | | |
Semester -II | | | | | | | | |
| Basic Linear Algebra | * | * | * | | | | |
| Real Analysis-II | * | * | * | | | | |
| Topology-II | * | * | * | | | | |
| Complex Analysis-II | * | * | * | | | | |
| Differential Equation-II | * | * | * | | | | |
Semester -III | | | | | | | | |
| Functional Analysis | | | * | * | * | | |
| Partial Differential Equation | | | * | * | * | | |
| MATLAB Programming | * | | * | * | * | | |
| Fluid Mechanics-I | * | | * | * | * | | |
| Numerical Analysis | | | * | * | * | | |
| Operations Research-I | | | | | | | |
| open elective course | | | | * | * | | |
Semester -IV | | | | | | | | |
| Linear Integral equation | | | * | * | * | | |
| Mechanics | * | | * | * | * | | |
| Fluid Mechanics-II | * | | * | * | * | | |
| Difference Equations | | | * | * | * | | |
| Fuzzy Mathematics | | | * | * | * | | |
| Operations Research-II | | | * | * | * | | |
| open elective course | | | | * | * | | |
Choice Based Credit and Grading System (CBCGS):
The department adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) under the academic flexibility program of the University from the Academic Year 2011-12. This provides flexibility to make the system more responsive to the changing needs of students, professionals and society. It gives greater freedom to students to determine their own pace of study. The credit based system also facilitates the transfer of credits.
Students will have to earn 120 credits for the award of M.Sc. (Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics) degree.
- 2 credits will have to obtain from the course: constitution of India.
- 4 credits will have to obtain from the open elective course from other department.
Credit to contact hour Mapping:
One contact hour per week is assigned 1 credit for theory and 0.5 credits for laboratory courses/ research project. Thus a 6- credit theory course corresponds to 6 contact hours per week and same analogy will be applicable for laboratory courses / research project.
Assessment Methods and Exam Reforms adopted:
Semester I & II: (30 credits each)
- Continuous Internal Assessment - 20 marks
- Semester End Exam - 80 marks
Semester III & IV: (30 credits each)
- Continuous Internal Assessment - 20 marks
- Semester End Exam - 60 marks
- Research project - 20 marks
80 : 20 Pattern ( Semester End : Continuous Internal Assessment ( CIA) )
CIA consists of two formal test and seminar presentation for research project.
For CIA, two internal tests of 20 mark each are conducted and finally the marks are converted out of 20 marks by taking the average of two internal test.
The setting of the question papers and the assessment will be done by the concerned teacher or as per rules of the University.
Assessed answer books are being shown to the students and their grievances are redressed.
Semester End Examination (SEE):
- The total marks shall be 100 for 6 credit theory course. The semester end theory examination for each theory course will be of 80 marks (for sem I & II, 80 marks for semester end exam + 20 marks for CIA) and 60 marks (for sem III & IV , 60 marks for semester end exam + 20 marks for CIA + 20 marks for project and seminar on project)
- Examination time tables are declared by the departmental committee (as per the university academic calendar). The setting of the question papers and the assessment are done by the concerned teacher or as per rules of the University.
- Pattern of semester end question paper will be as below:
- The first and second semester end examination of theory course will have two parts ( Part A:20+ Part B :60 = 80 Marks) and the third and fourth semester end examination of theory course will have two parts ( Part A :12+ Part B : 48 = 60 Marks)
- For first and second semester, Part A (20 marks) consists of multiple choice questions / fill in the blanks/ short answers as compulsory questions and it should cover entire course syllabus.
- For third and fourth semester, Part A (12 marks) consist of multiple choice questions / fill in the blanks/ short answers as compulsory questions and it should cover entire course syllabus.
- For the first and second semester, Part B will carry 7 questions (01 question from each of 05 units and 02 questions randomly from the syllabus), and students will have to attempt 05 questions out of 07 (60 Marks)
- For third and fourth semester, Part B will carry 6 questions (01 question from each of 04 units and 02 questions randomly from the syllabus), and students will have to attempt 04 questions out of 06 (48 Marks).
- 20 to 30% weightage will be given to problems/ numerical.
- Number of sub questions (with allotment of marks) in a question will be decided by the corresponding paper setter.
- At the end of each semester the Head of the Department sends all results to the Director, Board of Examinations and Evaluation for further processing.