MSc in Mathematics (2 year)

    The M.Sc. course in Mathematics consists of 4 semesters comprising 80 credits in all. Besides the prescribed compulsory papers, each student has to opt for at least 4 elective papers during the course of study. The course has been designed to equip the students with theoretical knowledge as well as problem solving techniques. The academic curriculum requires each final year student to undertake a project (6 credits) in any branch of mathematics or related to mathematics to facilitate his/her independent thinking.

Intake:    43  (Reservations as per GOI rule)
Eligibility:    Students completing their graduation or who have appeared in their final year graduation  examination with major/honours in Mathematics, Physics or Statistics from a recognised  university can sit in the written test. Candidates with major/honours other than in  Mathematics must have mathematics as one of the subjects in graduation.
Admission Procedure:    The selection of students is based on admission test and/or interview conducted by the  Department. Candidates shall be selected for admission strictly based on merit (on the  basis of their performance in admission test and record of past examinations). Admission  details may be obtained from the admission related links of the main page.