The Science faculty of the college was established on 29-08-1978. The Department of Mathematics was a founding department in the Stream. Sri Tarun Ch. Borthakur, Sri Bhaba Kanta Boruah were the founder faculty members of the department. Sri Prafulla Saikia and Sri Dilip Kr. Saikia joined the department in later period. In 1980, Degree course was introduced. The department produces distinguish alumni who have engaged in different sphere of life. Sri Tarun Ch. Borthakur became the Vice-Principal of the College.
Eligibility for Admission : For Major course, minimum 45% in aggregate and 50% marks in Mathematics in HS Final Examination.
Programme Specific Outcomes
Understand the different chapters of Mathematics and try to use in practical life.
Use Mathematics in Agriculture, Playground, in space to construct building etc.
Analysis how to use calculus in practical field.
Analysis of different kinds of fluids.
Use Programming Language C for developed small mathematical software, mathematics embedded software and verity of tasks such as networking, operating system development, algorithm design etc.
A highly efficient language for technical computation is called MATLAB. It combines visual computations and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are given in well known mathematical expressions.
MM-101: Classical Algebra
To infuse the classical ideas of algebraic and analytic structures. The students can have a deeper insight of the developments of the generalized notions of Trigonometry. The students will have an orientation towards the vectorial notations of multivariable calculi.
Students will be able to use matrix methods for solving liners equations, have ideas on the basics of differential equations and also about the numerical methods of obtaining results where complexity of obtaining analytical solutions is sufficiently high. Students will be able to use matrix methods for solving liners equations, have ideas on the basics of differential equations and also about the numerical methods of obtaining results where complexity of obtaining analytical solutions is sufficiently high.
MM-301: Differential Calculus
The basic objective of the course is to acquaint the students of political science with the processes and dynamics of Indian politics. The course also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues of our times such as changing pattern of centre -state relations, changing role of political parties, demand of autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc. The course would provide the students with a good exposure to the processes and dynamics of Indian Government and politics.
MM-302: Co-ordinate Geometry
The students will be have a deeper understanding of Co-ordinate geometry and a broader insight towards the analytical aspects of Mathematics
MM-401: Computer Programming: (C- Programming)
Students will be able to formulate simple programmes for numerical evaluation of computational problems. By Computer Laboratory, they will be exposed to a hand on experience on various Mathematical Software.
MM-402: Linear Programming (LP)
Students will be able to determine the Mathematical know how of linear programming problems of Operations Research and also to solve then using LPP techniques. Students will be exposed to the further analytical aspects of Mathematical concepts.
MM-501: Logic and Combinatorics
Students will be able to identify the basics of Mathematical Logic and that of the counting principles. Students will be allowed to have insights to more generalized analytical aspects.
MM-502: Linear Algebra
Students will be able to use algebraic structures for explaining geometric concepts. Students will be exposed to the fundamentals of Numbers and their properties.
MM- 503: Fluid Mechanics
Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of Fluid Mechanics and its various applications in Physical Sciences.
Students will be introduced to the Mathematical background of Mechanics and the corresponding problem solving techniques.
MM-601: Metric Spaces
Students will be exposed to the Topological Structures and generalization concepts arising out of Real Analysis
MM-602: Discrete Mathematics
Recurrence Relations: Formulation as Recurrence Relations, Solutions of Recurrence Relations, Solutions of homogeneous and non homogeneous linear Recurrence Relations, Generating Functions.
MM: 603: Algebra II
Students will be able to identify the characteristics of Abstract Algebraic Structures and also can have ideas on the basics of partial differential equations
MM: 604: Financial Mathematics and Operations Research
Students will be introduced to the application of Mathematical principles to the problems of Financial Mathematics and Operations Research.