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Mathematics


About the Department

Courses Offered

  • B. Sc. Hons Mathematics
  • B. Sc. Mathematical Sciences

Subject Society - Harish Chandra Mathematical Society

 
Vision statement
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever”said by MahatmaGandhi is the motto of Department of Mathematics, DDU. Universities, they say are the ivory towers, and mathematicians are regarded as the epitome of those who inhabit them. Mathematics is a key player in numerous success stories of technical advantages and cost savings that accrue from clever modelling, analysis, and computation by mathematicians working with other professionals. The mathematician's logical, problem-solving approach is widely seen to provide a noticeable competitive edge. 
 
The Department of Mathematics is running efficaciously its major in mathematics since 1995. The department has at present seven permanent Associate Professors and one Assistant Professor, along with four additional qualified faculty members. The basic resolution of the department is to explore and give an insight in to the latest developments in mathematics to the future generation of students. 
 
The department believes in the holistic development of a student. In order to understand and to keep pace with the latest developments in the field of Mathematics which is a life-line of the present and future generation. As an initiative in this direction, the department has Harish Chandra Mathematics Society(HCMS) which organizes seminars, conferences and inter-college competitions annually. The society also organizes HCMS-lecture series by eminent mathematicians from time to time. Icing in the cake is the annual magazine Mathema  of HCMS. Department has a strong tradition of mathematical research..

2017-2018

Harish Chandra Mathematical Society, society of Department of Mathematics, organised following activities:

  • MATHRIX-2017, the annual departmental festival was organised from March 7-8, 2017 with ten events evenly spread over the two days.
    • The fest was inaugurated with a lecture “Fourier Series to Harmonic Analysis on locally Compact Groups”, delivered by Prof. Ajay Kumar, Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi.
    • Among various events the “Ideate” (Mathematical Presentation) on the first day and “Great Debate” on the second day were well attended.
    • The fest concluded with a talk on “Functional Analysis”, given by Prof. V. Ravichandran, Head, Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi.
  • A lecture on "Picard's Theorem without tears" was delivered by Dr. Gopal Datt, Harish Chandra research institute, Allahabad, on September 6, 2017, This was followed by a quiz competition, ‘APTIMANIA’.
  • A talk on “The inverse and implicit function theorems” was given on October 31, 2017 Mr. Sahil Gehlawat who is pursuing PhD from Department of Mathematics, IISc, Bangalore. And is the alumnus of our department. Prof. Ajit Iqbal Singh, formerly at Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi graced the occasion and interacted with the students.

2016-2017

The inaugural lecture was delivered by Professor J.Jena, Mathematics Department, NSIT on Applications of Calculus‘ on 14th September, 2016. After this event a quiz competition, APTIMANIA‘, was organized with 35 teams participating in it. The annual fest MATHRIX-2017 was held on 7th& 8th March 2017.The fest started with an academic talk by eminent Professor Ajay Kumar, Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi. Following the talk there were ten events evenly spread over two days which were well participated by students of several colleges. Among various events the ―Ideate‖-(Mathematical Presentation) on the first day and ―Great Debate‖ on the second day were well attended. The two day event ended with a very energetic and vivacious talk by Prof. V. Ravichandran, Head & Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi.

2015-2016

  • The society organized four lectures during the session. The Inaugural lecture was given by Prof. Manish Thakur from Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi in Aug; 2015.Second was delivered by Prof. J. Jena, NSIT Delhi titled “Calculus and Its Applications on Jan 30, 2016. Prof. E.K. Narayanan, Indian Institute of Science,Bangalore, discussed the “Isometric Problem” on Feb, 8, 2016. Last in the series was the lecture by Prof. N. Raghavendra, Harish Chandra Research Institute Allahabad, on “Algebraic Curves” organized on March 4, 2016.
  • A number of activities like Mathematical quiz, research paper reading and its analysis, Papers presentations, Poster presentations etc were the part of regular weekly schedule of the society.
  • In March, 2016, the annual fest MATHRIX-16 organized a number of activities like Mathematical Quiz, Treasure Hunt, Rebuz Puzzle, Mathematical Tambola, Geometrical Sketching, Paper Presentation, Mathematical Debate and Sudoku.
REPORT- MATHRIX 15
 
The annual mathematics festival of Department of Mathematics, MATHRIX-15, held on 13th and 14th February 2015. There were total ten events in it and students of our college and other colleges participated in them. These events are held for the last five years. Mathematical Rangoli (Spectrum), Paper presentation are main attractions of this fest and different colleges participate in the festival. This time Shivajicollege, I.P. College for women, Department of African studies, Rajdhani college participated in different events.
 
Following events were included in the festival and most of them were mathematical:
 
  • PAPER PRESENTATION - Students present mathematical topics of their interest.
  • MATHEMATICAL TAMBOLA - It is similar to simple Tambola but the main difference is that instead of saying numbers, we will be speaking a logical solving type of a question where the participants will pretend the number and cut that number in the card provided to them. For example: if we want to say a number 2, then we can represent it as L.C.M. of [4,2] where the participant has to recognize it as 2 and cut that number in the card. The winner will be the one who will cut all the numbers first on his/her card.
  • MATHEMATICAL QUIZ - Purely mathematical event in which tricky questions from mathematics are asked to the participants.
  • SUDOKU - Sudoku consists of a 9×9 square grid containing 81 cells. The grid is subdivided into nine 3×3 blocks. Some of the 81 cells are filled in with numbers from the set {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}. These filled-in cells are called givens. The goal is to fill in the whole grid using the nine digits so that each row, each column, and each block contains each number exactly once.
  • SPECTRUM - The event is also known as mathematical rangoli. The students make rangoli patterns using mathematics. The judges ask each team questions about the pattern they make and test their knowledge about the mathematical concepts they have used.
  • SNAKES& LADDERS - This is a snakes and ladders math game. If the participant answers the question correctly then he/she get a chance to click and roll the dice each time. When the dice stops rolling, he/she move the number spaces that pops up on the dice, if the person is lucky, he/she will climb up a ladder but also watch out for the snakes. If the chip lands on a snakes mouth, it will be swallowed and sent back to start. 
  • REBUS PUZZLE - This event is about solving Pictogram Puzzles. In mathematical Rebus puzzle, we ask those pictorial puzzles which involve the participants to think and solve them mathematically as well. These Math Rebus Brain Puzzles serve an amazing brain activity for those who crave for mathematics everywhere.
  • CUT AND DRAPE - Mathematics involved here is the correct measurement before cutting the papers.
  • RIDDLES - For students’ entertainment.
  • TREASURE HUNT - For students’ entertainment.

Permanent Faculty Members (Mathematics)

  • Dr. RATNESH  R. SAXENA, Associate Professor
  • Mrs. SUNITA NADIR, Associate Professor
  • Mrs. PARAMJEET KAUR, Associate Professor
  • Dr. SUDHA ARORA, Associate Professor
  • Dr. VIRENDER  THUKRAL, Associate Professor
  • Dr. SANJAY KUMAR, Associate Professor
  • Dr. POONAM GARG, Associate Professor
  • Dr. MAMTA AMOL WAGH, Assistant Professor
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