Curriculum of MSc in Mathematics

    The following courses are offered as part of the M.Sc. programme. There are mainly two type of courses, each course having some predefined credit point. A student must take all the "Core" courses. Moreover they can choose one or more "Electives" from a set of elective courses such that total credit points of all the courses(Core and Electives) taken in the programme is minimum 80.

Semester I Semester II
Abstract Algebra Complex Analysis
Linear Algebra Topology
Real Analysis Ordinary Differential Equations
Computer Programming Numerical Analysis
Computer Laboratory Computer Laboratory
CBCT Elective-I Measure Theory
CBCT Elective-II

Semester III Semester IV
Partial Differential Equations Classical Mechanics
Probability Mathematical Programming
Functional Analysis Mathematical Methods
Elective I Elective II
CBCT Elective III CBCT Elective IV

     Elective Courses

Advanced Topology I* Advanced Topology II
Operator Theory I* Operator Theory II
Number Theory I* Number Theory II
Advanced Analysis I Advanced Analysis II
Algebraic Number Theory Numerical linear algebra
Mathematical Logic Graph Theory
Advanced Algebra I* Advanced Algebra II
Numerical solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations
Quantum Mechanics I Quantum Mechanics II
Mathematical Modelling I Mathematical Modelling II
Fourier Analysis Continuum Mechanics
General Theory of Relativity High Energy Astrophysics
Magneto Hydrodynamics & Plasma Physics I Magneto Hydrodynamics & Plasma Physics II
Sampling Techniques I Sampling Techniques II
Stochastic Processes I* Stochastic Processes II
Statistical Quality Control Reliabilty Theory
Fuzzy sets and applications-I Fuzzy sets and applications-II
Multivariate Analysis I Multivariate Analysis II
Continuum Mechanics Advanced Analysis
Electrodynamics Fluid Mechanics*
Operations Research Theory of Distribution and Sobolev Spaces
Applied matrix TheoryParallel Numerical Algorithms
Mathematical LogicElliptic Curves
Algebraic GeometryNumerical Linear Algebra
Finite Element Method*Computational Fluid Dynamics
An Introduction to Fourier TheoryWavelets and applications
Probability TheoryRelativity

  M.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences Syllabus Archive:  

* On offer Autumn 2019 onwards

   Syllabus 2019:   Download M.Sc Maths Syllabus 2019

* On offer Autumn 2015 onwards

   Syllabus 2015:  Download M.Sc Maths Syllabus 2015

* On offer Autumn 2013 onwards

   Syllabus 2013:  Download M.Sc Maths Syllabus 2013

* On offer Autumn 2009 onwards

   Syllabus 2011:  Download M.Sc Maths Syllabus


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