Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. Mathematicians seek out patterns and formulate new conjectures which resolve the truth or falsity of conjectures by mathematical proofs.
In addition to the regular classroom instruction and laboratory course in each semester, seminar and project work are integral parts of both the courses. They inculcate a spirit of the practical application of Mathematical Concepts and also instill enthusiasm for research activity. Special emphasis is laid on promoting team spirit and improving the oral communication skills of the students.
The degree course gives a good base for higher degree programs in respective subjects such as M.Phil and Ph.D. for research work. Students can go for accountancy and business services, banking, investment and insurance, government and public administration. They can find work in the Government Statistical Service, the National Health Service, local councils, the pharmaceutical industry, insurance companies, market research and marketing companies, banks, accountancy firms, universities, colleges and schools. They can become teachers in schools and can open their own coaching centers related to their academic subjects. Typical job openings include Teacher or Professors, Quantitative Risk Analysts, Mathematical Analysts, Equity Quantitative Analysts, Directors - Statistical Programming, Interest Rate Trading Strategists, Directors - Statistical Programming, Quantitative Developers, Managing Editors - Computer Science and Mathematics, Assistant/Associate Managers – Mathematics, Mathematics Specialists, Assessment Developers – Mathematics and Mathematics Subject Matter Experts.