“Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” – Shakuntala Devi.

The Department of Mathematics participates in the undergraduate programme for mathematics fields of study that focuses on computer science, physics and statistics.

“Mathematics reveals its secrets only to those who approach it with pure love, for its own beauty.”  -  Archimedes.


  • To instruct students accurately in developing mathematical proofs, solutions, and interpretations for problems.
  • To advance students’ awareness of the broad significance and growing demand for mathematics in all fields of science and technology.
  • To help students develop a mode of analytical thinking that can be applied to any subject.
  • To introduce students to the crucial areas of modern mathematics and their applications.
  • To develop rigorous analytic reasoning skills and practical problem-solving skills and strategies.
  • To prepare students to address challenging real-world problems arising in diverse areas of sciences and multidisciplinary fields.
  • To explore and implement a variety of mathematical applications through an interdisciplinary approach.
  • To encourage students to pursue higher studies leading to research.
  • To motivate students to pursue careers involving the application of advanced mathematics.


Math graduates may work in academia as math teachers or researchers and work in diverse industries and business roles as computer programmers, software developers, data scientists,  and other roles.

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