Sciences - Maths


M.Sc. Mathematics (Semester System)

Duration: 4 Semesters (2 Years)
Eligibility:
BA/B.Sc with Honours in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Operational Research.
OR
BA/B.Sc with 50% marks in aggregate & having Mathematics as one of the subjects.
OR
BA/B.Sc in full subjects obtaining 45% marks in Mathematics
Programme Structure for M.Sc( Mathematics)

Semester System

 

Semester-I
MATH-551 REAL ANALYSIS-I
MATH-552 COMPLEX ANALYSIS
MATH-553 ALGEBRA – I
MATH-554 MECHANICS-I
MATH-555 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
 Semester-II
MATH-561 REAL ANALYSIS-II
MATH-562 TENSORS AND DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
MATH-563 ALGEBRA-II
MATH-564 MECHANICS-II
MATH-565 DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
Semester III
MATH 571 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS I
MATH 572 TOPOLOGY- I
MATH 577 STATISTICS- I
MATH 578 OPERATIONS RESEARCH- I
MATH 586 NUMBER THEORY
Semester IV
MATH 581 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS- II
MATH 582 TOPOLOGY- II
MATH 587 STATISTICS II
MATH 588 OPERATIONS RESEARCH II
MATH 589 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WITH C
OR
MATH 575 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS- I

M.Sc (Physics) (Semester System)

Duration: 2 Years 
Eligibility:
(a) B.Sc (Hons.) degree in the subject concerned
OR
(b) B.Sc examination with atleast 50% marks and has studied the subject at graduation level as an elective subject.
OR
(c) any examination recognised as equivalent to (a) and (b) as above
Programme Structure for M.Sc(Physics)
Semester I
Phy. 101: Electronics
Phy. 102: Mathematical Physics
Phy 103.: Classical Mechanics
Phy.104: Computational Techniques
Phy.105: Electronics Lab.
Phy.106: Computer Lab
Semester II
Phy 201.: Quantum Mechanics-I
Phy. 202: Electrodynamics-I
Phy. 203: Condensed Matter Physics-I
Phy.204: Atomic & Molecular Spectroscopy
Phy.205: Condensed Matter Lab-I
Phy.206: Spectroscopy Lab
Semester III
Phy. 301: Quantum mechanics-II
Phy.302: Electrodynamics-II
Phy.303: Condensed Matter Physics-II
Phy.304: Nuclear Physics
Phy.305: Condensed Matter Physics Lab-II
Phy.306: Nuclear Physics Lab
Semester IV
Phy. 401: Particle Physics
Phy.402: Statistical Physics
Phy.403: *Seminar & Assignment

 

Optional Papers :

Phy 405.: Radiation Physics
Phy.406: Reactor Physics

* The student will have to prepare one assignment and will deliver a seminar on an advanced research topic of current scientific interest, and will be evaluated by the external examiners from the University.