History of the Department



It is a great prestige that our college has science stream. It was not built in one day. The department of Mathematics was established in 2000. In 2002 the dept. offered honours degree course. The department was started with one full time faculty Dr. Swapna Mukherjee , former principal of this college, then later another fulltime faculty joined. Currently the department has two full time faculty and two state approved college teacher. This department has served the need of the local students who want to study higher mathematics. Several bright students have passed out from the department eg. Md Mabud Hossain who secured 1st class 2nd UGB exam held on 2011.



Vision and Mission

  • To impart mathematical thinking and Reasoning ability to the students.
  • To create interest to opt for mathematics as a major subject in higher education.
  • To raise the standard of our students to global levels and make them employable.
  • To provide a platform to the students to exhibits their talents and creativity.
  • To provide rock solid background for higher level mathematics.
  • To encourage self evaluation, personality development and guide the students to strive towards perfection and competence
  • Department of mathematics provides excellent teaching and learning environment with its focus on continuing education.

Honours Program



Honours Program


Objectives of Honours Program


  • The graduates will become successful professionals by demonstrating logical and analytical thinking abilities.
  • The graduates will work and communicate effectively in inter-disciplinary environment, either independently or in a team, and demonstrate leadership qualities.
  • The graduates will engage in life-long learning and professional development through self-study, continuing education or professional and doctoral level studies.
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams by working cooperatively, creatively and responsibly as a member of a team.
  • Provide a systematic understanding of the concepts and theories of mathematics and there application in the real world – to an advanced level, and enhance career prospects in a huge array of fields.


Syllabus for the Honours Program

*For 1+1+1 system students – CLICK HERE

* For CBCS system students- CLICK HERE



Course Outcome for Honours Students


  • Create a hypothesis and appreciate how it relates to broader theories.
  • Evaluate hypotheses, theories, methods and evidence within their proper contexts.
  • Solve complex problems by critical understanding, analysis and synthesis.
  • Demonstrate engagement with current research and developments in the subject.
  • Critically interpret data, write reports and apply the basics of rules of evidence.
  • Select, interpret and critically evaluate information from a range of sources that include books, scientific reports, journals, case studies and the internet.
  • Develop proficiency in the analysis of complex physical problems and the use of mathematical or other appropriate techniques to solve them.
  • Demonstrate skills in the use of computers for control, data acquisition, and data analysis in experimental investigations
  • Demonstrate a range of appropriate general skills including IT competency.
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams by working cooperatively, creatively and responsibly as a member of a team.


 General Program

 Objective of General Program

  • Evaluate derivatives for complexly constructed elementary functions;
  • Evaluate definite and indefinite integrals; and
  • Evaluate limits using algebraic, geometric, analytic techniques.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in calculus;
  • Demonstrate proficiency in linear algebra; and
  • Demonstrate proficiency in algebra.


 Syllabus for the General Program

*For 1+1+1 system students –CLICK HERE * For CBCS system students- CLICK HERE



Course Outcome Outcome For 1+1+1 students

      • Mathematical knowledge.  Students should demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of calculus and linear algebra as well as the ability to think logically and critically.
      • Problem solving skills.  Students should formulate, analyze, and solve problems       through analytical and computational techniques and apply them to other disciplines when appropriate.
      • Employment skills.  Students should attain the needed written and oral communication skills to translate their degree into a viable career path.

Faculty Profile



Monjur Alam


Manjura Khatun
M.Sc in Mathematics




Dr. Pratap Kumar Saha
Assistant Professor
M.Sc, Ph. D.







    35     07     5    15     5     0     67




Enrollment 2019-20, 1st semester Honours


Total Male Female    SC    ST OBC-A OBC-B General
35 28 7 5 03 15 3 9



Enrollment 2019-20, Part II Honours

Total Male Female    SC    ST OBC-A OBC-B General
47   32   15   7    01    17     02 20



Enrollment 2019-20,Part III Honours

Total Male Female    SC    ST OBC-A OBC-B General
42   27   15    4    01    11     04     22



Mathematics General Course

      Section-A       Section-B       Section-C         TOTAL
           12           12           12            36



Teaching Methods

      • Project work/ Lab based learning/ Dissertation etc :

The students have lab course in their curriculum, for that the department organizes regular class in Computer lab for their numerical analysis and basic C programming language. The students also given in hand basic training to the basic functions of a computer

      • Internal assessment:

The department organizes regular internal assessment as per with the current CBCS syllabus and also various problem solving classes taken for their quality enhancement.

      • Group Discussion :

Regular Group Discussion also organized for enhancement of their ability for leadership quality, speaking ability, public speaking ability, social skills.

      • Quiz :

For enhancement of their competitive mind and increasing problem solving skills the department organizes quiz competition  regularly.

      • Participatory Learning :

Along with the traditional chalk and board method the department has also ICT based classroom.The students are encouraged to ask doubt in classroom and also hard problems in mathematics given to sharpen their minds.

      • Strategies for slow learners :

Special and extra classes are taken for the slow learner.

The department has one dedicated ICT enabled classroom and one C –lab having 18 computers.

The department has a department library and students also uses the central library facility

The college has a student friendly interactive portal where teachers upload study materials, Students can ask queries which can be accessed by the teachers. Moreover Live classes via Google Meet are also taken.

Study materials also regularly uploaded in the college websites by the faculties of this department.

N-LIST is extensively used by the faculty and the students of the department.

Guidance to the students to access e-resources are also provided.


National Webinar on “Cryptography and Graph Theory”

      • Date: 22 July, 2020.
      • Resource Persons:

Dr. Ranjit Mehatari, Department of mathematics NIT, Durgapur


Prof Avishek Adhikari Department of Mathematics Presidency University


      • Number of Participants: 50
      •  Outcome:
      • In the age of digital world it is very important to secure our digital financial transactions , personal data  and our internet connectivity. To keep above thing in mind department of mathematics organized a webinar on Cryptography and Graph Theory. Prof. Abhisek Adhikari and  Prof. Ranjit Mehatari . The audience got to know about basics of RSA system and basics of Graph Theory . Students got to know about security system and got motivated to peruse Cryptographer as a carrier option.


Special Lectureon “Relativity Theory”

      • Date: 30 June, 2020.
      • Resource Persons:

Prof Subenoy Chakraborty, Departmrnt of Mathematics, Jadavpur University

      • Number of Participants: 110
      •  Outcome:

In the time of Covid Pandemic the department of Mathematics and Physics jointly organized a Webinar. Prof. Subenoy Chakraborty gave a talk about General Theory of Relativity. The audience got know about gravity and related theory . They got motivated to study Cosmology and got a brief glimpse to various theories that modern scientist are working on.





Special Lecture on ‘A Special Lecture on ‘The Fixed Point Theory and Metric Spaces’  

      • Date: 10 April, 2018.
      • Resource Person:  Prof. Kali Sankar Tiwary

Departmrnt of Mathematics, Raigunj University

      • Number of Participants: 80.
      • Outcome of the Special Lecture:
      • It was a great pleasure that professor like Kali Sankar Tiwary had given a talk to the students and faculty members. His specialization was in Functional Analysis . The talk was on fixed point theory. He started from basics of Real Analysis and Metric Spaces. Students got motivation and enthusiasm from that talk.


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