Department of Mathematics

About the Department & the Subject

Mathematics, as Bertrand Russell said, if rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty—a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable of a stern perfection such as only the greatest art can show.

In the words of John Locke, Mathematics is a way to settle in the mind a habit of reasoning. Mathematics has almost always been important for human progress. However, the fact remains that, in current times, it has become an indispensable tool of all research. Its impact is universal and its sphere of influence seems ever-increasing in its radius. There is hardly a branch of scientific knowledge that has remained untouched by Mathematics.

The department of Mathematics is one of the oldest in the college. The department is located in the main building of the college. The department has a separate room, a good number of books and a couple of computers to facilitate its functioning. However, the department needs up-gradation in terms of infrastructure and other facilities.

You may reach us at [email protected]

Vision

The department strives to inculcate quantitative, analytical and logical skills in the students. We envision producing those who possess the knowledge of mathematical tools, of logical and inferential acumen.

Mission

The department strives to visualize the mission of seeing its students being trained in analytical skills, numerical abilities, logical derivations, spatial understanding and statistical inference.

Faculty

NameQualificationDesignationContactMore
Firdous Ahmad MalaM.Sc. | B.Ed. | NETAssistant professor (HOD)7006162884
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Nowshad Ali MirM.Sc. | B.Ed. | SETLecturer9018464872
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Departmental Timetable

SemesterBatchCourse TitleCourse CodeClassroom CodesTimingInstructor
First2021Calculus & Complex Trigonometry
ECH120C241273235610:00 am – 10:40 amNowshad Ali Mir
First2021Mathematical Methods for Economics-I

MM120926464541
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02:40 pm – 03:20 pmNowshad Ali Mir
Second2020Differential Equations & Theory of Equations
MM220C895900992
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CompletedFirdous Ahmad Mala
Second2020Mathematical Methods for Economics-II

ECH220C2159958688
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CompletedFirdous Ahmad Mala
Third2019Real AnalysisBMM-CR16301
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CompletedFirdous Ahmad Mala
Fourth2019Abstract AlgebraBMM-CR1640195383649911:20 am – 12:00 pmFirdous Ahmad Mala
Sixth2018Linear AlgebraMM616DA327142999
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Completed on 18-10-2021
Firdous Ahmad Mala

Practice Problems

SemesterTopicTypeLink
ThirdReal AnalysisPractice MCQsLink

SixthLinear AlgebraPractice MCQsLink

Useful Internet Places for Learning Mathematics

Recent Research Activities of the Faculty

TitleTypeAuthor(s)Published inDate
Counting Transitive Relations with Two Ordered PairsResearch PublicationFirdous Ahmad MalaJAMC, Hill Publisher13-10-2021
First differences of A006905 (A348151)Sequence ContributionFirdous Ahmad MalaOEIS03-10-2021
Number of transitive relations involving all the elements of an n-set (A348137)Sequence Contribution Firdous Ahmad MalaOEIS02-10-2021
Number of transitive but not symmetric relations on an n-set (A345317)Sequence Contribution Firdous Ahmad MalaOEIS02-10-2021
OEIS and Integer Sequences as Generating FunctionsPoster PresentationFirdous Ahmad MalaICCM 2K2120-06-2021
On the number of transitive relations on a setResearch PublicationFirdous Ahmad MalaIJPA, Springer (SCIE)14-06-2021 

Cycle Tests

Sem.CourseTest-1Test-2Test-3Test-4Test-5Test-6Test-7Test-8
SixthLinear AlgebraJune 26July 3July 10July 31Aug 07Aug 21Sep 18Sep 25
FourthAbstract AlgebraSep 11Sep 18

Recently Declared Results

SemesterCourseAppearedPassedFailedAbsentPass %Best
Fifth-2021 Batch-2018Geometry91796687.7890/90