B.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematics and Computing :

Impelled by the need for a quality undergraduate programme in mathematics and the need of integrating power of mathematics with the power of modern days computers in a symbiotic manner, the Institute of Mathematics and Applications has launched a three year (six semesters) course B.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematics and computing. The emphasis will be on arousing creative spirit in the young students and to encourage the use methods of abstraction to concrete problems.

Course Structure:

FIRST YEAR
First Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Calculus-I 3 credit
2 Discrete Mathematics with Combinatorics 3 credit
3 Matrix Algebra 3 credit
4 Number Theory 3 credit
5 CS-I (Introduction to Programming and Data Structure +Lab) 4 credit
6 Communication English 1 credit

Second Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Calculus II 3 credit
2 Probability Theory 3 credit
3 Differential Equations I 3 credit
4 CS- II(Design and Analysis of Algorithms+Lab) 4 credit
5 Environmental Studies 3 credit

SECOND YEAR
Third Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Calculus- III 3 credit
2 Classical Geometry 3 credit
3 Statistics 3 credit
4 Mechanics 3 credit
5 CS-III (Computer Organization and Operating System) 4 credit
6 Cultural history of India 1 credit

Fourth Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Differential Equation II (PDE) 3 credit
2 Algebra-I 3 credit
3 Geometry I (Geometry of curves and Surfaces) 3 credit
4 Elective I 4 credit
5 CS IV (Database Management System+Lab) 3 credit

THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Algebra-II 3 credit
2 Optimization and Linear Programming 3 credit
3 Analysis of one and several variables 3 credit
4 Elective II 3 credit
5 CS – V (Theory of Computation) 4 credit

Sixth Semester

Sl. No Tropic Credit
1 Algebra-III 3 credit
2 Complex Analysis 3 credit
3 Elective-III(Or Numerical Analysis + Lab) 3 credit
4 CS VI (Computer Networks ) 4 credit
5 Project work 3 credit
List of Electives
  • Electrodynamics
  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
  • Mathematical Finance
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Bio-informatics
  • Computer Graphics
  • Astronomy
  • Quantum mechanics
  • Mathematical logic
  • Coding Theory
  • Relativity and Gravitation
  • Cryptography
  • Advanced Statistics
  • Algebraic Graph Theory
  • Functional Analysis
  • Topology
    • Algebraic Geometry
    • Lie Algebras and Group Representations

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