Departments

DEPARTMENT OF mathematics

Motto

GIVE THE BEST AND GET THE BEST

INTRODUCTION

The department of Mathematics was started as one of the earliest departments of the college in the year 1956. It was upgraded as PG department in 1985 and elevated as research department in 2003. Right from its inception the department has been striving to set high standards of teaching and learning adhering to the goals of the college. The department maintains a record of good service with the vision of the Founder to establish a strong mathematical foundation among the young learners.

OBJECTIVES

In accordance with the mission and vision of the founder, the department of Mathematics has formulated the following objectives to translate, transform and realize the student’s expectations both qualitatively and quantitatively.
provide Learner – centric and industry ready curriculum.
Adopt new teaching –learning strategies and innovative evaluation process. motivate and provide a strong foundation for research oriented activities like projects, internship and building mathematical models, in the curriculum.
To provide a conducive environment to the students for their academic physical and mental development.
To reach the unreached through extension activities.

Special Features of the Department

A team of well qualified and energetic faculty members who produce centum graduation rate.
High Demand for the course.
Most of the alumni are placed in Engineering , Arts and Science colleges, Higher Secondary Schools and MultiNational Companies.
Arranging Guest Lectures twice in a semester.
Abinaya Ramesh of I B.Sc Mathematics - International Table Tennis player.
S.Geetha of I M.Sc Mathematics – National Hockey player.
R .Lavanya of M.Phil Mathematics and S. Sangavi of II M.Sc Mathematics – University Shuttle cock players.
S.Priyanka of II B.Sc Mathematics – University Table Tennis player

INNOVATIVE COMPONENTS IN THE CURRICULUM

UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMME

Innovative Core Course :
Fuzzy Logic and Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set
Elective Courses :
Programming in C
Operations Research
Computational Mathematics Laboratory
Advanced Learner’s Courses: (CBCS)
ALC I : Combinatorics/ Statistical Quality Control
ALC II : Mathematics in Insurance / Mathematical Cryptography
Skill Based Course :
Diploma Course in Graph Theory
Introductory Concepts
Paths and Trees
Planar Graphs and Colouring of Graphs
Model Presentation
Non – Major Elective Course :
Basic Mathematics For Competitive Examinations
Hands On Experience Component :
Construction of Mathematical Models
Innovative Evaluation:
In SBC, Model presentation as Group project.

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME

Innovative Core Course:
Optimization Techniques I &II
Statistical Methods
Elective Courses:
Number Theory
Control Theory
Graph Theory
Special Functions
Advanced Learner’s Courses: (CBCS)
ALC I: Fuzzy Set Theory And Its Applications / Mathematical Modelling
ALC II : Operator Theory / Differential Geometry Internship
Teaching practice for a period of 2 weeks in a school.
Hands on Experience Component:
Individual Project.