5 Years Integrated M.Sc.(Mathematics)
Course Details
Eligibility Criteria
Intake
60 Seats
Duration
The duration of the course shall be full time 5  years Integrated academic years (i.e. 10 semesters)
Curriculum Syllabus
SEMESTER  1 Teaching Evaluation Scheme
SEMESTER  2
2016  17 Teaching Evaluation Scheme
Code  Subjects 

060090201  AECC2 Environmental Studies 
060090205  CC3 Advanced Calculus 
060090206  CC4 Linear Algebra 
060090207  GE2 Mathematical Finance 
SEMESTER  3
2017  18 Teaching Evaluation Scheme
Code  Subjects 

060090308  CC5 Real Analysis 
060090309  CC6 Ordinary Differential Equations 
060090303  CC7 Fundamentals of Numerical Analysis 
Elective Subjects:
Students will opt only one from SEC1 and one from GE3 therefore only 08 credits have been added in total credits. 

060090304  SEC1 Mathematical Logic and Function 
060090305  SEC1 Business Mathematics 
060090306  GE3 Basics of Statistics 
060090307  GE3 Biomathematics 
SEMESTER  4
2016  17 Teaching Evaluation Scheme
Code  Subjects 

060090401  CC8 Advanced Real Analysis 
060090402  CC9 Higher Order Differential Equations and Transforms 
060090403  CC10 Numerical Analysis 
Elective Subjects:
Students will opt only one from SEC2 and one from GE4 therefore only 08 credits have been added in total credits. 

060090404  SEC2 Combinatorial Mathematics 
060090405  SEC2 Industrial Mathematics 
060090406  GE4 Statistical Analysis 
060090407  GE4 Application of Algebra 
SEMESTER  5
2017  18 Teaching Evaluation Scheme
Code  Subjects 

060090501  CC11 Complex Analysis 
060090502  CC12 Integral Transforms 
060090507  AECC3 Soft Skills and Career Development 
Elective Subjects:
Students will opt only one from DSE1 and one from DSE2 therefore only 12 credits have been added in total credits. 

060090503  DSE1 Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory 
060090504  DSE1 Differential Geometry 
060090505  DSE2 Group Theory 
060090506  DSE2 Fundamentals of Classical Mechanics 
SEMESTER  6
2018  19
Code  Subjects 

060090601  CC13 Partial Differential Equations 
060090602  CC14 Mathematical Modelling 
Elective Subjects:
Students will opt only one from DSE3and one from DSE4 therefore only 12 credits have been added in total credits. 

060090603  DSE3 Number Theory 
060090604  DSE3 Control Theory 
060090605  DSE4 Ring and Field Theory 
060090606  DSE4 Theory of Equations 
SEMESTER  7
2018  19
Code  Subjects 

060090701  CC15 Topology 
060090702  CC16 Functional Analysis 
060090703  CC17 Advanced Numerical Analysis 
060090704  CC18 Advance Partial Differential Equations 
060090705  DSE 5 Fuzzy Logic 
Fee Structure
1. Tuition Fee
Rs. 15,000 Per Semester (UG)
Rs. 25,000 Per Semester (PG)
Per Semester* (Applicable as per fee regulatory committee appointed by Government of Gujarat)
2. Other Fee
3,250
Per Semester
(It includes Cultural Activities, Sports Activities, Internal Examination, Laboratory support, Books support, Student Welfare, Campus Development)
3. One Time Fee
6,150
At time of admission
(It includes College Deposit, Registration, and ICard)
Programme Outcome (PO) & Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
Programme Outcome (PO)
 PO 1: Knowledge: Provides knowledge about the fundamentals of pure, applied and computing mathematics and its applications to students that creates the opportunitiesin industries and research centers.
 PO 2: Core Competence: Creates competency in science and mathematics to formulate, analyses and solve problem and/or also to pursue advanced study or research.
 PO 3:Breadth: Trainsstudents having good knowledge in unearth core of academia and industry by the roots of mathematics.
 PO 4: Evaluation: Imparts in students to raise trial and error based curiosity and problem solving functionality with research based advanced tutorial for higher level decision makings tools.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
 PSO1:Understand thefundamental principles underlying the major areas of mathematics.
 PSO2: Evaluatealogical, reasoning andmathematics savvy approach.
 PSO3: Explorea newer way of mathematical applications.
 PSO4: Create an attribute towards problem solving and research orientation.
 PSO5: Able to apply analytical and theoretical skills to model and solve mathematical problems.
 PSO6: Develop mathematical computing skills to solve complex mathematical models.