# Department of Mathematics

## Objectives

• To develop positive attitudes about Mathematics.
• To promote active student Participation in the learning of Mathematics.
• To develop inculcate Mathematical skills to crack competitive exams.
• To develop an ability of working independently and to make an in depth study of Mathematics.

VISION

Imparting Quality Mathematics Education through Teaching-Learning

MISSION

To develop analytical skills and logical acumen for problem solving

# COURSES OFFERED

1. Sc. I
2. Algebra-I and calculus -I
3. Mathematics- I (OEC)
4. Practical’s on Algebra-I and calculus -I
5. Algebra-II and calculus -II
6. Mathematics-II(OEC)
7. Practical’s on Algebra-II and Calculus -II

B.Sc .II

1. Algebra 2-Real Analysis and Differential equations
2. Set Theory and theory of equations (SEC)
3. Practicals-3
4. Vector Calculus, infinite series and Differential equations
5. Fourier series and Fourier Transforms (SEC)
6. Practicals-4

B.Sc III

1. Real analysis
2. Numerical analysis and Difference equations
3. Dynamics and calculus of variation
4. Complex Analysis and Ring theory
5. Differential Equations
6. Topology and Laplace Transforms

# DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES

#### Course outcome

• B.Sc I Semester – (Algebra-1 and calculus-1)
• Learn to solve system of linear equations.
• Solve the system of homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear of m equation sin n variables by using concept of rank of matrix, finding eigen values and eigen vectors.
• Students will be familiar with the techniques of integration and differentiation of function with real variables.
• Identify and apply the intermediate value theorems and L’Hospitalrule.
• Learn Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools for computer programming Solve problem on algebra and calculus theory studied in MATDSCT 1.1by using FOSS software.

B.Sc II Semester – (Algebra-2 and calculus-2)

• Recognize the mathematical objects called Groups.
• Link the fundamental concepts of groups and symmetries of geometrical objects.
• Explain the significance of the notions of Cosets, normal subgroups and factor groups
• Understand the concept of differentiation and fundamental theorems in differentiation and various rules.
• Find the extreme values of functions of two variables.
• Learn Free and Open Source Software(FOSS) tools for computer programming.
• Solve problem on algebra and calculus by using FOSS software’s.

B.Sc III Semester – Algebra II, Real analysis and Differential Equations

• Assimilate the notions of limit of a sequence and convergence of a series of real number
• Recognize the mathematical objects called groups.
• Understanding concepts of set theory and theory of equation.
• Learn Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools for computer programming Solve problem on algebra and calculus theory studied in MATDSCT 1.1by using FOSS software.

B.Sc IV Semester­-Vector Calculus, Infinite series and Differential Equations

• Know to finding convergence of the infinite series.
• Finding the velocity and acceleration by vector method.
• Able to solve L.D.E. of nth order.
• Able to solve half range series of Sine and Cosine functions using Fourier series
• Learn Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools for computer programming Solve problem on algebra and calculus theory studied in MATDSCT 1.1by using FOSS software.

B.Sc V Semester­ –Real Analysis

• Recognize bounded, convergent, divergent, Cauchy and monotonic sequences and to calculate their limit superior, limit inferior, and the limit of a bounded sequence.
• Apply the ratio, root, and alternating series and limit comparison tests for convergence and absolute convergence of an infinite series of real numbers.
• Learn some of the properties of Riemann integral functions, and the applications of the fundamental theorems of integration.

B.Sc V Semester­-Numerical Analysis

• Solving an Algebraic and Transcendental equations by various methods like Bisection and Iteration.
• By estimation method evaluating for the unknown value of y for the function y=f(x).
• Solution of Linear differential equations with constant coefficients using Difference formula.

B.Sc V Semester­-Dynamics and Calculus of variation

• Understand necessary conditions for the equilibrium of particles acted upon by various forces and learn the principle of virtual work for a system of coplanar forces acting on a rigid body.
• Understand problems, methods and techniques of calculus of variations.
• Familiarize with subject matter, which has been the single centre, to which were drawn mathematicians, physicists, astronomers, and engineers together.
• Deal with the kinematics and kinetics of the rectilinear and planar motions of a particle including the constrained oscillatory motions of particles.

B.Sc VI Semester­- Differential Equation

• Solving O.D.E. using Power series solutions.
• Formation of P.D.E. by Eliminating Arbitrary constants.
• Solving the Non-Linear P.D.E. by using Char pit’s Method.
• Know to Solve Simultaneous Differential equations with two and three variables.
• Able to solve Total differential equations and condition of Integrability.

B.Sc VI Semester­-Complex Analysis

• Able to solve bounded area by using Complex Integration method
• Able to solve taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansion by using Equality formula.
• Know the fundamental concepts in ring theory such as the concepts of ideals, quotient rings, integral domains, and fields.

B.Sc VI Semester­

• Know about piecewise continuous functions, Dirac delta function, Laplace transforms and its properties.
• Solve ordinary differential equations using Laplace transforms Ability to differentiate between some more Topological spaces.
• Using topological methods to solve Algebraic Problems.

#### Course Objectives

• B.Sc I Semester – (Algebra-I and calculus-I)
• To solve system of linear equations.
• To solve the system of homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear of m equations in n variables by using concept of rank of matrix, finding eigen values and eigen vectors.
• To Identify and apply the intermediate value theorems and L’Hospitalrule.
• To solve the Problems on algebra and calculus through FOSS Practical/Lab Work to be performed in Computer lab.

B.Sc II Semester – (Algebra-II and calculus-II)

• To recognize the mathematical objects called groups.
• To link the fundamental concepts of groups and symmetries of geometrical objects.
• To explain the significance of the notions of cosets, normal subgroups and factor groups
• To understand the concept of differentiation and fundamental theorems in differentiation and various rules.
• To find the extreme values of functions of two variables.
• To learn free and open source software (FOSS) tools for computer programming.
• To solve problem on algebra and calculus by using FOSS software’s.

B.Sc III Semester – Algebra II , Real analysis and Differential Equations

• To assimilate the notions of limit of a sequence and convergence of a series of real

number .

• To recognize the mathematical objects called groups.
• To understanding concepts of set theory and theory of equation.
• To Learn Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools for computer programming Solve problem on algebra and calculus theory studied in MATDSCT 1.1by using FOSS software.

B.Sc IV Semester­-Vector Calculus, Infinite series and Differential Equations

• To finding convergence of the infinite series.
• To finding the velocity and acceleration by vector method.
• To able to solve L.D.E. of nth order.
• To able to solve half range series of sine and cosine functions using Fourier series
• To learn Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools for computer programming .
• To solve problem on algebra and calculus theory studied in MATDSCT 1.1by using FOSS software.

B.Sc V Semester­ –Real Analysis

• To recognize bounded, convergent, divergent, cauchy’s and monotonic sequences and calculate their limit superior, limit inferior, and the limit of a bounded sequence.
• To apply the ratio, root, and alternating series and limit comparison tests for convergence and absolute convergence of an infinite series of real numbers.
• To learn some of the properties of Riemann integral functions, and the applications of the fundamental theorems of integration.

B.Sc V Semester­-Numerical Analysis

• To solve an Algebraic and Transcendental equations by various methods like Bisection and Iteration.
• To understand the estimation method, evaluating for the unknown value of y for the function y=f(x).
• To solve linear differential equations with constant coefficients using difference formula.

B.Sc V Semester-Dynamics and Calculus of variation

• To understand necessary conditions for the equilibrium of particles acted upon by various forces and learn the principle of virtual work for a system of coplanar forces acting on a rigid body.
• To understand problems, methods and techniques of calculus of variations.
• To deal with the kinematics and kinetics of the rectilinear and planar motions of a particle including the constrained oscillatory motions of particles.

B.Sc VI Semester- Differential Equation

• To solve O.D.E. using Power series solutions.
• To formation of P.D.E. by Eliminating Arbitrary constants.
• To solve the Non-Linear P.D.E. by using Char pit’s Method.
• To solve Simultaneous Differential equations with two and three variables.
• To solve Total differential equations and condition of

B.Sc VI Semester­-Complex Analysis

• To solve bounded area by using complex Integration method
• To solve taylor’s and laurent’s series expansion by using Equality formula.
• To know the fundamental concepts in ring theory such as the concepts of ideals, quotient rings, integral domains, and fields.

B.Sc VI Semester-Topology and Laplace Trnasform

• To know about piecewise continuous functions, delta function, Laplace transforms and its properties.
• To solve ordinary differential equations using laplace transforms Ability to differentiate between some more Topological spaces.
• To solve Algebraic Problems.

• Reference books in Library – 3114 Books
• Providing study materials

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