Bachelor of Science (Honors)-Mathematics

The programme is structured to enable students to develop the ability to think critically, logically and analytically and hence use mathematical reasoning in everyday life. Pursuing a degree in mathematics will introduce the students to a number of interesting and useful ideas in preparations for a number of mathematics careers in education, research, government sector, business sector and industry. The programme covers the full range of mathematics, from classical Calculus to modern Cryptography, Information Theory, and Network Security and Bio-Mathematics which cater to varied interests and ambitions. 

The course structure is as follows:

 

B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics First Year (Sem. I & II)

(i) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

     Semester I: Environmental Science, Self Analysis Communication Skills and GD-PI,

      Semester II: English Communication, Public Speaking, Business Etiquette and Team Work

(ii) Core courses/papers (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iii) Generic Electives (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iv) NSS/NCC/Sports/Cultural Activities (Any one)

(v) COSD (Any one)

(vi) Campus Activities

 

B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics Second Year (Sem. III & IV)

(i) Core courses/papers (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(ii) Generic Electives (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iii) Skill Enhancement Courses/Papers (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iv) NSS/NCC/Sports/Cultural Activities (Any one; Optional)

(v) Certificate (COSD) (Anyone; optional-other than the one opted for and cleared in the First Year)/Diploma (COSD) (Any one; optional-subject to clearing the Diploma exam at the previous level)

(vi) Campus Activities

 

B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics Third Year (Sem. V & VI)

(i) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

     Semester I: Presentation Skills, Conflict and Stress Management

      Semester II: Learning and Development

(ii) Generic Electives (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iii) Core courses/papers (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(iv) Discipline Specific  Electives (As prescribed in the syllabus)

(v) NSS/NCC/Sports/Cultural Activities (Any one)

(vi) Certificate(COSD) (Anyone; optional-other than the one opted for and cleared in the First Year)/ Advanced Diploma (COSD)(Any one; optional-subject to clearing the Diploma exam at the previous level)

(vii) Campus Activities

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