Program Overview

A Master of Science (MS) in Mathematics is a two-year graduate program that offers advanced training in mathematical theory, problem-solving, and research. The curriculum includes courses in advanced mathematics and applied mathematics, as well as the opportunity to conduct original research through a thesis or research project. Graduates of the program are equipped with advanced mathematical skills and can pursue careers in academia, industry, government, or research. Overall, an MS in Mathematics provides a deep understanding of mathematical theory and its applications, as well as the skills to tackle complex mathematical problems in a variety of contexts.

  • 2 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Resourceful Departmental Library.
Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculty Members.
Various Extra-Curricular/Co-Curricular Activities.
Top Rated Placement.
Field works and Internships.

How will you benefit

Students will get the opportunity to conduct original research in their area of interest.
Students will get the opportunity to interact with professors and peers who share similar interests.
This programme can provide a solid foundation for students who wish to pursue a Ph.D. in Mathematics or related fields.
Graduates with an M.Sc. in Mathematics are in demand in many industries, including data science, finance, research, and academia.

What will you study

M.Sc. in Mathematics: Advanced Theory, Problem-Solving, and Research Training

Develops critical thinking, analytical, and mathematical skills.

Wide career options in academia, industry, government, and research.

Prepares experts to tackle complex mathematical problems.

PO1 : Updation and confidence in subjects.

PO2 : Development of orientation.

PO3 : Value added achievements.

PO4 : Promotion in higher education.

PO5 : Useful in competing the national level examination as NET, SLET, CSIR, Gate, JEST, CAT, MAT, etc.

PSO1 : To develop problem solving skill and apply them independently to problem in pure and applied mathematics.

PSO2 : To improve their own learning and performance.

PSO3 : To develop abstract mathematical thinking to simulate mathematical ideas and arguments.

PEO1 : To analyze the quantum mechanical problems.

PEO2 : To impart knowledge about various mathematical tools employed to study mathematics problems.

PEO3 : Drawing attention toward the theory related to the Radiation Detection and practical use of Dosimetry in industrial and research institutions.

PEO4 : To have knowledge about Cone and Cylinder with coincides.

PEO5 : Be familiar with group theory, ring, integral domain, field and make their fundamental strong.

PEO6 : To solve problem using expansion of functions.

PEO7 : Familiar with curve tracing.

PEO8 : Apply integral calculus in solving problems.

PEO9 : To make the student acquire sound knowledge of techniques in solving differential equations.

PEO10 : To familiarize the student with Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms as well as applications of

PEO11 : Laplace transformation in solving linear differential equations.

PEO12 : To introduce the Basic concept of Fuzzy Sets.

PEO13 : To introduce types of Fuzzy relation.

PEO14 : To be familiar with operations on Fuzzy Sets Fuzzy arithmetic.

PEO15 : To understand the solution method specific fields.

PEO16 : To understand research and knowledge of different parts of research.

PEO17 : To promote research culture and an environment that encourages the student’s originality and creativity in their research.

PEO18 : Skills to enable the student to critically examine the background literature relevant to their specific fields.


Curriculum Courses

  • Real Analysis
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Complex Analysis
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Differential Equations
  • Topology

Careers And Employbility

Data Analyst.


B.Sc. (Mathematics) / B.Tech. /B.E

General - 50% S.C./ S.T./ Others - 45%

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