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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
SYLLABUS
MASTER`S DEGREE IN MATHEMATICS
2013 14 ONWARDS
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
CHRIST UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Masters Programme in Mathematics
Course Objective:
The M.Sc. course in Mathematics aims at developing mathematical
ability in students with acute and abstract reasoning. The course will enable
students to cultivate a mathematicians habit of thought and reasoning and will
enlighten students with mathematical ideas relevant for oneself and for the
course itself.
Course Design:
Masters in Mathematics is a two years programme spreading over four
semesters. In the first two semesters focus is on the basic papers in
mathematics such as Algebra, Analysis and Number Theory along with the
basic applied paper ordinary and partial differential equations. In the third and
fourth semester focus is on the special papers, elective paper and skill-based
papers including Topology, Functional Analysis, Advanced Fluid Mechanics,
Advanced Graph Theory and Numerical Methods for solving differential
equations. Important feature of the curriculum is that one paper on the topic
Fluid Mechanics and Graph Theory is offered in each semester with a project on
these topic in the fourth semester, which will help the students to pursue the
higher studies in these topics. Special importance is given to Teaching
Technology and Research Methodology in Mathematics, Mathematical
Statistics and Introduction to Mathematical Packages, which are offered as
certificate courses.
Methodology:
We offer this course through Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Group
Discussion and talks by experts.
Admission procedure:
Candidates who have secured at least 50% of marks in Mathematics in
their bachelor degree examination are eligible to apply. The candidates will
then appear for subject interview.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Modular Objectives:
MTH 131: NUMBER THEORY
This paper is concerned with the basics of analytical number theory. Topics such as
divisibility, congruences, quadratic residues and functions of number theory are covered in
this paper. Some of the applications of the said concepts are also included.
MTH 132: REAL ANALYSIS
This paper will help students understand the basics of real analysis. This paper includes such
concepts as basic topology, Riemann-Stieltjes integral, sequences and series of functions.
MTH 133: ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
This helps students understand the beauty of the important branch of mathematics, namely,
differential equations. This paper includes a study of second order linear differential
equations, adjoint and self-adjoint equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors of the
equations, power series method for solving differential equations, second order partial
differential equations like wave equation, heat equation, Laplace equations and their solutions
by Eigen function method.
MTH 134: CONTINUUM MECHANICS
This paper is an introductory course to the basic concepts of continuum mechanics and fluid
mechanics. This includes Cartesian tensors, stressstrain tensor, conservation laws and
constitutive relations for linear elastic solid.
MTH 135: ELEMENTARY GRAPH THEORY
This paper is an introductory course to the basic concepts of Graph Theory. This includes
definition of graphs, vertex degrees, directed graphs, trees, distances, connectivity and paths.
MTH 231: MEASURE THEORY AND INTEGRATION
This paper deals with various aspects of measure theory and integration by means of the
classical approach. More advanced concepts such as measurable sets, Borel sets, Lebesgue
measure, Lebesgue integration and L
P
spaces have been included in this paper.
MTH 232: COMPLEX ANALYSIS
This paper will help students learn about the essentials of complex analysis. This paper
includes important concepts such as power series, analytic functions, linear transformations,
Laurents series, Cauchys theorem, Cauchys integral formula, Cauchys residue theorem,
argument principle, Schwarz lemma , Rouches theorem and Hadamards 3-circles theorem.
MTH 233: ADVANCED ALGEBRA
This paper enables students to understand the intricacies of advanced areas in algebra. This
includes a study of advanced group theory, polynomial rings, Galois theory and linear
transformation.
MTH 234: FLUID MECHANICS
This paper aims at studying the fundamentals of fluid mechanics such as kinematics of fluid,
incompressible flow and boundary layer flows.
MTH 235: ALGORITHMIC GRAPH THEORY
This paper helps the students to understand the colouring of graphs, Planar graphs, edges and
cycles.
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MTH 331: GENERAL TOPOLOGY
This paper deals with the essentials of topological spaces and their properties in terms of
continuity, connectedness, compactness etc.
MTH 332: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
This paper helps students to have an in-depth knowledge of various advanced methods in
numerical analysis. This includes solution of algebraic and transcendental equations, and
ordinary and partial differential equations.
MTH 333: CLASSICAL MECHANICS
This paper deals with some of the key ideas of classical mechanics. The concepts covered in
the paper include generalized coordinates, Lagranges equations, Hamiltons equations and
Hamilton - Jacobi theory.
MTH 334: ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS
This paper helps the students to understand the basic concepts of heat transfer, types of
convection shear and thermal instability of linear and non-linear problems, dimensional
analysis. This paper also includes the analysis of Rayleigh Benard problem with and
without porous media.
MTH 335: ADVANCED GRAPH THEORY
Domination of Graphs, digraph theory, perfect graphs and metroids are dealt with in the
detail in this paper.
MTH 431: DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
Differential geometry is the study of geometric properties of curves, surfaces, and their
higher dimensional analogues using the methods of calculus. On successful completion of
this module students will have acquired an active knowledge and understanding of the basic
concepts of the geometry of curves and surfaces in three-dimensional Euclidean space and
will be acquainted with the ways of generalising these concepts to higher dimensions".
MTH 432: ADVANCED NUMERICAL METHODS
This paper includes the advanced and modern methods of solving the linear and non-linear,
initial and boundary value differential equations, which includes the methods like homotpy
perturbation and differential transforms methods.
MTH 433: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
This abstract paper imparts an in-depth analysis of Banach spaces, Hilbert spaces, conjugate
spaces, etc. This paper also includes a few important applications of functional analysis to
other branches of both pure and applied mathematics.
MTH 451: PROJECT
MTH 441: CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS AND INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
This paper concerns the analysis and applications of calculus of variations and integral
equations. Applications include areas such as classical mechanics and differential equations.
MTH 442: MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS
This paper provides the fundamentals of Magnetohydrodynamics, which include theory of
Maxwells equations, basic equations, exact solutions and applications of classical MHD.
MTH 443: WAVELET THEORY
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This paper aims at studying the fundamentals of wavelet theory. This includes the concept on
the continuous and discrete wavelet transform and wavelet packets like construction and
measure of wavelet sets and construction of wavelet spaces.
MTH 444: MATHLMATICAL MODLLLING
This paper is concerned with the fundamentals of mathematical modeling. The coverage
includes mathematical modeling through ordinary and partial differential equations.
MTH 445: CRYPTOGRAPHY
This paper introduces basics of number theory and some crypto systems.
MTH 446: ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE
This paper provides an introduction to the dynamic meteorology, which includes the
essentials of fluid dynamics, atmospheric dynamics and atmosphere waves and instabilities.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
COURSL STRUCTURL IORM.SC. (MATHLMATICS)
I Semester
Paper Code Title Hrs./week Marks Credit
MTH 131 Number Theory 4 100 4
MTH 132 Real Analysis 4 100 4
MTH 133
Ordinary and Partial Differential
Equations
4 100 4
MTH 134 Continuum Mechanics 4 100 4
MTH 135 Elementary Graph Theory 4 100 4
Total
20 500 20
II Semester
Paper Code Title Hrs./week Marks Credit
MTH 231 Measure Theory and Integration 4 100 4
MTH 232 Complex Analysis 4 100 4
MTH 233 Advanced Algebra 4 100 4
MTH 234 Fluid Mechanics 4 100 4
MTH 235 Algorithmic Graph Theory 4 100 4
Total 20 500 20
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
III Semester
Paper Code Title Hrs./week Marks Credit
MTH 331 Topology 4 100 4
MTH 332 Numerical Analysis 4 100 4
MTH 333 Classical Mechanics 4 100 4
MTH 334 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 4 100 4
MTH 335 Advanced Graph Theory 4 100 4
Total 20 500 20
IV Semester
Paper Code Title Hrs./week Marks Credit
MTH 431 Differential Geometry 4 100 4
MTH 432 Advanced Numerical Methods 4 100 4
MTH 433 Functional Analysis 4 100 4
MTH 451
Project
4 100 4
Elective:
4 100 4
MTH 441
Calculus of Variations and
Integral Equations
MTH 442
Magnetohydrodynamics
MTH 443
Wavelet Theory
MTH 444
Mathematical Modelling
MTH 445 Cryptography
MTH 446 Atmospheric Science
Total 20 500 20
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
CERTIFICATE COURSES
I Semester
Paper Code Title Total No. of
Hours
Credit
MTH 101
Teaching Technology and
Research Methodology in
Mathematics
45 2
II Semester
Paper Code Title Total No. of
Hours
Credit
MTH 201 Statistics
45 2
MTH371 : INTERNSHIP 2 credits
III Semester
Paper Code Title Total No. of
Hours
Credit
MTH 301
Introduction to Mathematical
Packages
45 2
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
SYLLAUS (M.SC. MATHLMATICS)
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : I
Paper : NUMBER THEORY Code : MTH131
Unit I (10 hours)
Divisibility: The division algorithm, the Euclidean algorithm, the unique
factorization theorem, Euclids theorem, linear Diophantine equations.
Unit II (20 hours)
Congruences: Definitions and properties, complete residue system modulo m,
reduced residue system modulo m, Eulers

function, Fermats theorem, Eulers
generalization of Fermats theorem, Wilsons theorem, solutions of linear congruences, the
Chinese remainder theorem, solutions of polynomial congruences, prime power moduli,
power residues, number theory from algebraic point of view, groups, rings and fields.
Unit III (18 hours)
Quadratic residues: Legendre symbol, Gausss lemma, quadratic reciprocity, the
Jacobi symbol, binary quadratic forms, equivalence and reduction of binary quadratic forms,
sums of two squares, positive definite binary quadratic forms.
Unit IV (12 hours)
Some functions of number theory: Greatest integer function, arithmetic functions,
the Mobius inversion formula.
Text Book:
Ivan Niven, Herbert S. Zuckerman and Hugh L. Montgomery, An introduction to the theory
of numbers, John Wiley, 2004.
Reference Books:
1. Kenneth Ireland and Michael Rosen, A classical introduction to modern number theory,
Springer, 2010.
2. Neal Koblitz, A course in number theory and cryptography, Springer, 2010 (Reprint).
3. Gareth A. Jones and J. Mary Jones, Elementary number theory, Springer, 1998.
4. Joseph H. Silverman, A friendly introduction to number theory, Pearson Prentice Hall,
2006.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH131 : NUMBER THEORY
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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unit
No. of
subdivisions to
be answered
Marks for each
subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 1
5 2 10
Unit II 2
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 2
10 5 50
Unit II 4
Unit III 4
Unit IV 2
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : I
Paper : REAL ANALYSIS Code : MTH132
Unit I (18 hours)
Basic Topology and sequences and series: Finite, countable and uncountable sets,
metric spaces, compact sets, perfect sets, connected sets, convergent sequences,
subsequences, Cauchy sequences, upper and lower limits, some special sequences, series,
series of nonnegative terms, absolute convergence.
Unit II (12 hours)
Continuity and Differentiability: Limits of functions, continuous functions,
continuity and compactness, continuity and connectedness, discontinuities, monotonic
functions, derivative of a real function, mean value theorems, continuity of derivatives.
Unit III (15 hours)
The Riemann-Stieltjes Integral: Definition, existence and linearity properties, the
integral as the limit of sums, integration and differentiation, integration by parts, mean value
theorems on Riemann-Stieltjes integrals, change of variable.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Sequences and Series of Functions: Pointwise and uniform convergence, Cauchy
criterion for uniform convergence, Weierstrass M-test, uniform convergence and continuity,
uniform convergence and Riemann-Stieltjes integration, uniform convergence and
differentiation.
Tcxt Bnnk :
Walter Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis, 3rd ed., New York: McGraw-Hill, 1976.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks :
1. T.M. Apostol, Mathematical Analysis, New Delhi: Narosa, 2004.
2. E.D. Bloch, The Real Numbers and Real Analysis, New York: Springer, 2011.
3. J.M. Howie, Real Analysis, London: Springer, 2005.
4. J. Lewin, Mathematical Analysis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
5. F. Morgan, Real Analysis, New York: American Mathematical Society, 2005.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH132 : REAL ANALYSIS
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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unit
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subdivisions to
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subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : I
Paper : ORDINARY AND PARTIAL Code : MTH133
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Unit I (20 hours)
Linear Differential Equations:Linear differential equations, fundamental sets of
solutions, Wronskian, Liouvilles theorem, adjoint and self-adjoint equations, Lagrange
identity, Greens formula, zeros of solutions, comparison and separation theorems. Eigen
values and Eigen functions, related examples.
Unit II (10 hours)
Power series solutions: Solution near an ordinary point and a regular singular point
by Frobenius method, hypergeometric differential equation and its polynomial solutions,
standard properties.
Unit III (10 Hours)
Partial Differential Equations: Basic concepts and definitions, mathematical models
representing stretched string, vibrating membrane, heat conduction in solids and the
gravitational potentials, second-order equations in two independent variables, canonical
forms and general solution.
Unit IV (20 Hours)
Solutions of PDE: The Cauchy problem for homogeneous wave equation,
DAlemberts solution, domain of influence and domain of dependence, the Cauchy problem
for non-homogeneous wave equation, the method of separation of variables for the one-
dimensional wave equation and heat equation. Boundary value problems, Dirichlet and
Neumann problems in Cartesian coordinates, solution by the method of separation of
variables. Solution by the method of eigenfunctions.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. E. A. Coddington, Introduction to ordinary differential equations, McGraw Hill, 2006
(Reprint) (Unit I and II).
2. G. F. Simmons, Differential equations with applications and historical notes, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2003. (Unit I and II).
3. Tyn Myint-U and L. Debnath, Linear Partial Differential Equations, Boston: Birkhauser,
2007. (Unit III and IV).
4. Christian Constanda, Solution Techniques for Elementary Partial Differential Equations,
New York: Chapman & Hall, 2010. (Unit III and IV).
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. M.S.P. Eastham, Theory of ordinary differential equations, London:Van Nostrand, 1970.
2. E. D. Rainville and P. E. Bedient, Elementary differential equations, New York: McGraw-
Hill, 1969.
3. W. E. Boyce and R. C. DiPrima, Elementary differential equations and boundary value
problems, Fourth Edition, New York: Wiley, 1986.
4. K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson and S. J. Bence, Mathematical Methods for Physics and
Engineering, Cambridge, 2005.
5. Edwards Penney, Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, Pearson
Education, 2005.
6. J. David Logan, Partial Differential Equations, 2nd ed., New York: Springer, 2002.
7. Alan Jeffrey, Applied Partial Differential Equations: An Introduction, California:
Academic Press, 2003
8. M. Renardy and R.C. Rogers, An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, 2nd ed.,
New York: Springer, 2004.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
9. L.C. Evans, Partial Differential Equations, 2nd ed., American Mathematical Society,
2010.
10. K. Sankara Rao, Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, 2nd ed., New Delhi:
Prentice-Hall of India, 2006.
11. R.C. McOwen, Partial Differential Equations: Methods and Applications, 2nd ed., New
York: Pearson Education, 2003.
MTH133 : ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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unit
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subdivisions to
be answered
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subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 4
10 5 50
Unit II 2
Unit III 4
Unit IV 2
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : I
Paper : CONTINUUM MECHANICS Code : MTH134
Unit I (15 Hours)
Cartesian tensors: Co-ordinate transformations, Cartesian tensors, basic properties,
transpose, symmetric and skew symmetric tensors, isotropic tensors, gradient, divergence and
curl in tensor calculus, integral theorems.
Unit II (20 Hours)
Stress and Strain: Continuum hypothesis, deformation gradient, strain tensors,
infinitesimal strain, compatibility relations, principal strains, material and local time
derivatives, strain-rate tensor, transpose formulas, stream lines, path lines, vorticity and
circulation, stress components and stress tensor, normal and shear stresses, principal stresses.
Unit III (15 Hours)
Fundamental Law: Law of conservation of mass, principles of linear and angular
momentum, balance of energy.
Unit IV (10 Hours)
Linear Elastic Solids: Constitutive relations for a linear elastic solid, generalized
Hookes law, governing equations, Naviers equation, stress formulation, Beltrami-Michell
equation.
Tcxt Bnnk:
D. S. Chandrasekharaiah and L. Debnath, Continuum mechanics, Academic Press, 1994
(Reprint).
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. W. Michel Lai, David Rubin and Erhard Krempl, Introduction to Continuum Mehcanics,
Fourth Edition, Elsevier, 2009.
2. Oscar Gonzalez and Andrew M Stuart, A first course in continuum Mechanics, Cambridge,
2010.
3. Morton E. Gurtin, An Introduction to continuum Mechanics, Academic Press, 2008.
4. J. N. Reddy, An Introduction to continuum Mechanics, Cambridge, 2008.
5. P. Chadwick, Continuum mechanics, Allen and Unwin, 1976.
6. A. J. M. Spencer, Continuum mechanics, Longman, 1980.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH134: CONTINUUM MECHANICS
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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Unit and No. of subdivisions to be set in the
unit
No. of
subdivisions to
be answered
Marks for each
subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 5
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 1
Unit IV 3
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : I
Paper : ELEMENTARY GRAPH THEORY Code : MTH135
Unit I (15 hours)
Introduction to Graphs: Definition and introductory concepts, Graphs as Models,
Matrices and Isomorphism, Decomposition and Special Graphs, Connection in Graphs, Bipartite
Graphs, Eulerian Circuits.
Unit II (15 hours)
Vertex degrees and directed Graphs: Counting and Bijections, Extremal Problems,
Graphic Sequences, Directed Graphs, Vertex Degrees, Eulerian Digraphs, Orientations and
Tournaments
Unit III (15 hours)
Trees and Distance: Properties of Trees, Distance in Trees and Graphs, Enumeration of
Trees, Spanning Trees in Graphs, Decomposition and Graceful Labellings, Minimum Spanning
Tree, Shortest Paths
Unit IV (15 hours)
Connectivity and Paths: Connectivity, Edge-Connectivity, Blocks, 2-connected Graphs,
Connectivity in Digraphs, k-connected and k-edge-connected Graphs, Maximum Network Flow,
Integral Flows
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. Kenneth H. Rosen, Discrete mathematics and its applications, McGraw-Hill, 2008.
2. R.P. Grimaldi, Discrete and combinatorial mathematics: An applied introduction, Pearson
Education Inc., 2008.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. F. Harary, Graph theory, Addison Wesley, 1969.
2. J.P. Tremblay and R.P. Manohar, Discrete mathematical structures with applications to
computer science, McGraw-Hill, 1975.
3. C. L. Liu, Elements of discrete mathematics, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2000.
4. V.K. Balakrishnan, Combinatorics, Schaums ouline series, 2001.
5. D.B. West, Introduction to graph theory, 2nd Ed., Pearson Education Asia, 2002.
6. Alan Tucker, Applied combinatorics, John Wiley and Sons, 2005.
7. D.S. Chandrasekharaiah, Graph theory and combinatorics, Prism Books, 2005.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH135: ELEMENTARY GRAPH THEORY
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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unit
No. of
subdivisions to
be answered
Marks for each
subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : II
Paper : MEASURE THEORY AND INTEGRATION Code : MTH231
Unit I Lebesgue Measure (20 hours)
The axiom of choice, extended real numbers, algebras of sets, Borel sets, outer measure,
measurable sets, Lebesgue measure, a non-measurable set, measurable functions,
Littlewoods principles.
Unit II The Lebesgue Integral (15 hours)
The Riemann integral, the Lebesgue integral of a bounded function over a set of finite
measure, the integral of a nonnegative function, the general Lebesgue integral, convergence
in measure.
Unit III Differentiation and Integration (15 hours)
Differentiation of monotone functions, functions of bounded variation, differentiation of
an integral, absolute continuity.
Unit IV The Classical Banach Spaces (10 hours) (10 hours)
The LP spaces, the Minkowski and Hlder inequalities, convergence and completeness,
bounded linear functionals on the LP spaces.
Text Book
H.L. Royden, Real analysis, Third Edition, Macmillan, 1988.
Reference Books
1. Paul R. Halmos, Measure theory, Van Nostrand, 1950.
2. M.E. Munroe, Introduction to measure and integration, Addison Wesley, 1959.
3. G. de Barra, Measure theory and integration, New Age, 1981.
4. P.K. Jain and V.P. Gupta, Lebesgue measure and integration, New Age, 1986.
5. Frank Morgan, Geometric measure theory A beginners guide, Academic Press, 1988.
6. Frank Burk, Lebesgue measure and integration: An introduction, Wiley, 1997.
7. D.H. Fremlin, Measure theory, Torres Fremlin, 2000.
8. M.M. Rao, Measure theory and integration, Second Edition, Marcel Dekker, 2004.
MTH231: MEASURE THEORY AND INTEGRATION
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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Unit and No. of subdivisions to be set in the
unit
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subdivisions to
be answered
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subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 4
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 2
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : II
Paper : COMPLEX ANALYSIS Code : MTH232
Unit I (18 hours)
Power Series: Power series, radius and circle of convergence, power series and analytic
functions, Line and contour integration, Cauchys theorem, Cauchy integral formula, Cauchy
integral formula for derivatives, Cauchy integral formula for multiply connected domains,
Moreras theorem, Gauss mean value theorem, Cauchy inequality for derivatives, Liouvilles
theorem, fundamental theorem of algebra, maximum and minimum modulus principles.
Unit II (15 hours)
Singularities: Taylors series, Laurents series, zeros of analytical functions,
singularities, classification of singularities, characterization of removable singularities and poles.
Unit III (15 hours)
Mappings: Rational functions, behavior of functions in the neighborhood of an essential
singularity, Cauchys residue theorem, contour integration problems, mobius transformations,
conformal mappings.
Unit IV (12 hours)
Meromorphic functions: Meromorphic functions and argument principle, Schwarz
lemma, Rouches theorem, convex functions and their properties, Hadamard 3-circles theorem.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. M.J. Ablowitz and A.S. Fokas, Complex Variables: Introduction and Applications, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2003.
2. J.B. Conwey, Functions of One Complex Variable, 2nd ed., New York: Springer, 2000.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. J.H. Mathews and R.W. Howell, Complex Analysis for Mathematics and Engineering,
6th ed., London: Jones and Bartlett Learning, 2011.
2. J.W. BROWN AND R.V. CHURCHILL, COMPLEX VARIABLES AND APPLICATIONS, 7TH ED., NEW
YORK: MCGRAW-HILL, 2003.
3. L.S. Hahn and B. Epstein, Classical Complex Analysis, London: Jones and Bartlett
Learning, 2011.
4. A. David Wunsch, Complex Variables with Applications, 3rd ed., New York: Pearson
Education, 2009.
5. D.G. Zill and P.D. Shanahan, A First Course in Complex Analysis with Applications, 2nd
ed., Boston: Jones and Bartlett Learning, 2010.
6. E.M. Stein and Rami Sharchi, Complex Analysis, New Jersey: Princeton University Press,
2003.
7. T.W.Gamblin, Complex Analysis, 1
st
ed., Springer, 2001.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH232: COMPLEX ANALYSIS
END SEMESTER EXAMINATION : FORMAT OF THE QUESTION PAPER
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Unit and No. of subdivisions to be set in the
unit
No. of
subdivisions to
be answered
Marks for each
subdivision
Max. marks for
the part
A
Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 4
10 5 50
Unit II 2
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : II
Paper : ADVANCED ALGEBRA Code : MTH233
Unit I (15 hours)
Advanced Group Theory: Automorphisms, Cayleys theorem, Cauchys theorem,
permutation groups, symmetric groups, alternating groups, simple groups, conjugate elements
and class equations of finite groups, Sylow theorems, direct products, finite abelian groups,
solvable groups.
Unit II (15 hours)
Polynomial Rings and Fields: Polynomial rings, polynomials rings over the rational
field, polynomial rings over commutative rings, extension fields, roots of polynomials,
construction with straightedge and compass, more about roots.
Unit III (15 hours)
Galois theory: The elements of Galois theory, solvability by radicals, Galois group over
the rationals, finite fields.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Linear transformation: Algebra of linear transformations, characteristic roots, canonical
forms - triangular, nilpotent and Jordan forms, Hermitian, unitary and normal transformations,
real quadratic forms.
Text Book :
I. N. Herstein, Topics in algebra, Second Edition, John Wiley and Sons, 2007.
Reference Books :
1. S. Lang, Algebra, 3
rd
revised ed., Springer, 2002.
2. S. Warner, Modern Algebra, Reprint, Courier Dover Publications, 1990.
3. G. Birkhoff and S.M. Lane, Algebra, 3
rd
ed., AMS, 1999.
4. J. R. Durbin, Modern algebra: An introduction, 6
th
ed., Wiley, 2008.
5. N. Jacobson, Basic algebra I, 2
nd
ed., Dover Publications, 2009.
6. S. Singh and Q. Zameeruddin, Modern algebra, revised ed., Vikas Publishing House, 1994.
7. M. Artin, Algebra, 1
st
ed., Pearson, 1991.
8. J. B. Fraleigh, A first course in abstract algebra, 7
th
ed., Addison-Wesley Longman, 2002.
9. D.M. Dummit and R.M.Foote, Abstract Algebra, 3
rd
ed., John Wiley and Sons, 2003.
MTH233 : ADVANCED ALGEBRA
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : II
Paper : FLUID MECHANICS Code : MTH234
Unit I (15 Hours)
Introduction: General description of fluid mechanics, continuum mechanics. Fluid
properties: Pressure, density, specific weight, specific volume, specific gravity, viscosity,
temperature, thermal conductivity, specific heat, surface tension. Regimes in the mechanics
of fluids, ideal fluids, viscous incompressible fluids, non-Newtonian fluids. Kinematics of
fluids: Methods of describing fluid motion - Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, translation,
rotation and rate of deformation, stream lines, path lines and streak lines, material derivative
and acceleration, vorticity, vorticity in polar coordinates and orthogononal curvilinear
coordinates. Stress and rate of strain: Nature of stressess, transfomation of stress components,
nature of strain, transformation of the rate of strain, relation between stress and rate of strain.
Unit II (10 Hours)
Fundamental Equations of the Flow of Compressible and Incompressible Fluids:
The equation of continuity, conservation of mass, equation of motion (Navier-Stokes
equations), conservation of momentum, the energy equation, conservation of energy.
Unit III (20 Hours)
One, Two and Three Dimensional, Inviscid Incompressible Flow: Equation of
continuity, stream tube flow, equation of motion, Eulers equation, the Bernoulli equation,
applications of Bernoulli equation, basic equations and concepts of flow, equation of
continuity, Eulerian equation of motion, circulation theorems, circulation concept, Stokes
theorem, Kelvins theorem, constancy of circulation, velocity potential, irrotational flow,
integration of the equations of motion, Bernoullis equation, steady motion, irrotational flow,
the momentum theorem, the moment of momentum theorem, Laplace equations, stream
functions in two and three dimensional motion. Two dimensional flow: Rectilinear flow,
source and sink, radial flow, the Milne-Thomson circle theorem and applications, the theorem
of Blasius. Three dimensional axially symmetric flow: Uniform flow, radial flow, source or
sink.
Unit IV (15 Hours)
The Laminar Flow of Viscous Incompressible Fluids and the Laminar Boundary
Layer: Similarity of flows, the Reynolds number, viscosity from the point of view of the
kinetic theory, flow between parallel flat plates, Couette flow, plane Poiseuille flow, steady
flow in pipes, flow through a pipe, the Hagen-Poiseuille flow, flow between two concentric
rotating cylinders, properties of Navier-Stokes equations, boundary layer concept, the
boundary layer equations in two-dimensional flow, the boundary layer along a flat plate, the
Blasius solution.
Tcxt Bnnk:
1. S. W. Yuan, Foundations of fluid mechanics, Prentice Hall of India, 2001.
2. M. D. Raisinghania, Fluid Dynamics, S. Chand and Company Ltd., 2010.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. R.K. Rathy, An introduction to fluid dynamics, New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Publishing
Company, 1976.
2. G.K. Batchelor, An introduction to fluid mechanics, New Delhi: Foundation Books, 1984.
3. F. Chorlton, Text book of fluid dynamics, New Delhi: CBS Publishers & Distributors,
1985.
4. J.F. Wendt, J.D. Anderson, G. Degrez and E. Dick, Computational fluid dynamics: An
introduction, Springer-Verlag, 1996.
5. Pijush Kundu and Cohen, Fluid Mechanics, Elsevier, 2010.
6. Frank M White, Fluid Mechanics, Tata Mcgraw Hill. 2010.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : II
Paper : ALGORITHMIC GRAPH THEORY Code : MTH235
Unit I (15 hours)
Colouring of Graphs: Definition and Examples of Graph Colouring, Upper Bounds,
Brooks Theorem, Graph with Large Chromatic Number, Extremal Problems and Turans
Theorem, Colour-Critical Graphs, Counting Proper Colourings
Unit II (15 hours)
Matchings and Factors: Maximum Matchings, Halls Matching Condition, Min-Max
Theorem, Independent Sets and Covers, Maximum Bipartite Matching, Weighted Bipartite
Matching, Tuttes 1-factor Theorem.
Unit III (15 hours)
Planar Graphs: Drawings in the Plane, Dual Graphs, Eulers Formula, Preparation for
Kuratowskis Theorem, Convex Embeddings, Coloring of Planar Graphs, Crossing Number
Unit IV (15 hours)
Edges and Cycles Edge: Colourings, Characterisation of Line Graphs, Necessary
Conditions of Hamiltonian Cycles, Sufficient Conditions of Hamiltonian Cycles, Cycles in
Directed Graphs, Taits Theorem, Grinbergs Theorem, Flows and Cycle Covers
Textbook
D.B. West, Introduction to Graph Theory, New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, 2011.
Reference Books
1. B. Bollabas, Modern Graph Theory, Springer, New Delhi, 2005.
2. F. Harary, Graph Theory, New Delhi: Narosa, 2001.
3. G. Chartrand and P.Chang, Introduction to Graph Theory, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill,
2006
4. G. Chatrand and L. Lesniak, Graphs and Digraphs, Fourth Edition, Boca Raton: CRC Press,
2004.
5. J. A. Bondy and U.S.R. Murty, Graph Theory, Springer, 2008
6. J. Clark and D.A. Holton, A First Look At Graph Theory, Singapore: World Scientific, 1995.
7. R. Balakrishnan and K Ranganathan, A Text Book of Graph Theory, New Delhi: Springer, 2008.
8. R. Diestel, Graph Theory, New Delhi: Springer, 2006.
9. R. J. Wilson, Introduction To Graph Theory, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1979.
10. V. K. Balakrishnan Graph Theory, Schaums outlines, New Delhi:Tata Mcgrahill, 2004.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : III
Paper : GENERAL TOPOLOGY Code : MTH331
Unit I (15 hours)
Topological Spaces: Elements of topological spaces, basis for a topology, the order
topology, the product topology on X x Y, the subspace topology, Closed sets and limit points.
Unit II (15 hours)
Continuous Functions: Continuous functions, the product topology, metric topology.
Unit III (15 hours)
Connectedness and Compactness: Connected spaces, connected subspaces of the Real Line,
components and local connectedness, compact spaces, Compact Subspaces of the Real Line,
limit point compactness, local compactness.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Countability and Separation Axioms: The countability axioms, the separation axioms,
normal spaces, the Urysohn lemma, the Urysohn metrization theorem, Tietze extension
theorem.
Text Book:
J.R. Munkres, Topology, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2007.
Reference Books:
1. Simmons,G.F. Introduction to topology and modern analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, 1963.
2. Dugundji,J. Topology, Prentice Hall of India, 1966.
3. Willard, General topology, Addison-Wesley, 1970.
4. Crump, W. Baker, Introduction to topology, Krieger Publishing Company, 1997.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : III
Paper : NUMERICAL ANALYSIS Code : MTH332
Unit I (20 Hours)
Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations: Fixed point iterative method,
convergence criterion, Aitkens
2
-process, Sturm sequence method to identify the number
of real roots, Newton-Raphson methods (includes the convergence criterion for simple roots),
Bairstows method, Graeffes root squaring method, Birge-Vieta method, Mullers method.
Solution of Linear System of Algebraic Equations: LU-decomposition methods (Crouts,
Choleky and Delittle methods), consistency and ill-conditioned system of equations, Tri-
diagonal system of equations, Thomas algorithm.
Unit II (15 Hours)
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Initial value problems,
Runge-Kutta methods of second and fourth order, multistep method, Adams-Moulton
method, stability (convergence and truncation error for the above methods), boundary value
problems, second order finite difference method, linear shooting method.
Unit III (10 Hours)
Numerical solution of elliptic partial differential equations: Difference methods
for elliptic partial differential equations, difference schemes for Laplace and Poissons
equations, iterative methods of solution by Jacobi and Gauss-Siedel, solution techniques for
rectangular and quadrilateral regions.
Unit IV (15 Hours)
Numerical solution of parabolic and hyperbolic partial differential equations:
Difference methods for parabolic equations in one-dimension, methods of Schmidt,
Laasonen, Crank-Nicolson and Dufort-Frankel, stability and convergence analysis for
Schmidt and Crank-Nicolson methods, ADI method for two-dimensional parabolic equation,
explicit finite difference schemes for hyperbolic equations, wave equation in one dimension.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. M.K. Jain, S.R.K. Iyengar and R.K. Jain, Numerical Methods for Scientific and
Engineering Computation, 5th ed., New Delhi: New Age International, 2007.
2. S.S. Sastry, Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, 4th ed., New Delhi: Prentice-
Hall of India, 2006.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. R.L. Burden and J. Douglas Faires, Numerical Analysis, 9th ed., Boston: Cengage
Learning, 2011.
2. S.C. Chopra and P.C. Raymond, Numerical Methods for Engineers, New Delhi: Tata
McGraw-Hill, 2010.
3. C.F. Gerald and P.O. Wheatley, Applied Numerical Methods, 7th ed., New York: Pearson
Education, 2009.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : III
Paper : ADVANCE FLUID MECHANICS Code : MTH333
Unit I: (15 Hours)
Heat Transfer: Introduction to heat transfer, different modes of heat transfer- conduction,
convection and radiation, steady and unsteady heat transfer, free and forced convection.
Shear Instability: Stability of flow between parallel shear flows - Squires theorem for
viscous and inviscid theory Rayleigh stability equation Derivation of Orr-Sommerfeld
equation assuming that the basic flow is strictly parallel.
Unit II: (20 Hours)
Dimensional Analysis and Similarity: Non-dimensional parameters determined from
differential equations Buckinghams Pi Theorem Nondimensionalization of the Basic
Equations - Non-demensional parameters and dynamic similarity.
Thermal Instability: Basic concepts of stability theory Linear and Non-linear theories
Rayleigh Benard Problem Analysis into normal modes Principle of Exchange of
stabilities first variation principle Different boundary conditions on velocity and
temperature.
Unit III (10 Hours)
Porous Media: Introduction to porous medium, porosity, Darcys Law, Extension of Darcy
Law accelerations and inertial effects, Brinkmans equation, effects of porosity variations,
Bidisperse porous media.
Unit IV (15 Hours)
Non Newtonian Fluids: Constitutive equations of Maxwell, Oldroyd, Ostwald , Ostwald
de waele, Reiner Rivlin and Micropolar fluid. Weissenberg effect and Toms effect.
Equation of continuity, Conservation of momentum for non-Newtonian fluids.
Text Books:
1. Drazin and Reid, Hydrodynamic instability, Cambridge University Press, 2006.
2. S. Chardrasekhar, Hydrodynamic and hydrodmagnetic stability, Oxford University
Press, 2007 (RePrint).
References :
1. D. J. Tritton, Physical fluid Dynamics, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1979.
2. Drazin . Introduction to Hydrodynamic Stability, Cambridge University Press, 2006.
3. Pijush Kundu and Cohen, Fluid Mechanics, Elsevier, 2010.
4. Frank M White, Fluid Mechanics, Tata Mcgraw Hill. 2010.
5. Donald A. Nield and Adrian Bejan, Convection in Porous Media, Third edition,
Springer, 2006.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : III
Paper : ADVANCED GRAPH THEORY Code : MTH334
Unit I (15 hours)
Domination in Graphs: Domination in Graphs, Bounds in terms of Order, Bounds in terms
of Order, Degree and Packing, Bounds in terms of Order and Size, Bounds in terms of
Degree, Diameter and Girth, Bounds in terms of Independence and Covering
Unit II (15 hours)
Advaced Digraph theory: Acyclic Digraphs, Multipartite Digraphs and Extended Digraphs,
Transitive Digraphs, Line Digraphs, Series-Parallel Digraphs, Quasi-Transitive Digraphs,
Path-Mergeable Digrpahs, Locally Semicomplete Digrraphs, Totally -Decomposable
Digraphs, Planar Digraphs.
Unit III (15 hours)
Perfect Graphs: The Perfect Graph Theorem, Chordal Graphs Revisited, Other Classes of
Perfect Graphs, Imperfect Graphs, The Strong Perfect Graph Conjecture
Unit IV (15 hours)
Matroids: Hereditary Systems and Examples, Properties of Matroids, The Span Function,
The Dual of a Matroid, Matroid Minors and Planar Graphs, Matroid Intersection, Matroid
Union
Textbooks
1. D.B. West, Introduction to Graph Theory, New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, 2011.
2. T.W. Haynes, S. T. Hedetniemi and P. J. Slater, Fundamentals of Domination in Graphs.
New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1998.
3. J. Bang-Jensen and G. Gutin, Digraphs. London: Springer, 2009.
Reference Books
1. B. Bollabas, Modern Graph Theory, Springer, New Delhi, 2005.
2. F. Harary, Graph Theory, New Delhi: Narosa, 2001.
3. G. Chartrand and P.Chang, Introduction to Graph Theory, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill,
2006
4. G. Chatrand and L. Lesniak, Graphs and Digraphs, Fourth Edition, Boca Raton: CRC
Press, 2004.
5. J. A. Bondy and U.S.R. Murty, Graph Theory, Springer, 2008
6. J. Clark and D.A. Holton, A First Look At Graph Theory, Singapore: World Scientific,
1995.
7. R. Balakrishnan and K Ranganathan, A Text Book of Graph Theory, New Delhi: Springer,
2008.
8. R. Diestel, Graph Theory, New Delhi: Springer, 2006.
9. R. J. Wilson, Introduction To Graph Theory, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1979.
10. V. K. Balakrishnan Graph Theory, Schaums outlines, New Delhi:Tata Mcgrahill, 2004.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : III
Paper : CLASSICAL MECHANICS Code : MTH335
UNIT I (12 Hours)
Introductory concepts: The mechanical system - Generalised Coordinates - constraints -
virtual work - Energy and momentum.
UNIT II (20 Hours)
Lagrange's equation: Derivation and examples - Integrals of the Motion - Small
oscillations. Special Applications of Lagranges Equations: Rayleighs dissipation function -
impulsive motion - velocity dependent potentials.
UNIT III (13 Hours)
Hamilton's equations: Hamilton's principle - Hamiltons equations - Other variational
principles - phase space.
UNIT IV (15 Hours)
Hamilton - Jacobi Theory: Hamilton's Principal Function The Hamilton - Jacobi equation
- Separability.
Text Book:
Donald T. Greenwood, Classical Dynamics, Reprint, USA: Dover Publications, 1997.
Reference Books:
1. H. Goldstein, Classical Mechanics, Second edition, New Delhi : Narosa Publishing House,
2001.
2. N.C. Rana and P.S. Joag, Classical Mechanics, 29
th
Reprint, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-
Hill, 2010.
3. J.E. Marsden, R. Abraham, Foundations of Mechanics, 2
nd
ed., American Mathematical
Society, 2008.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY Code : MTH431
Unit I (15 hours)
Calculus on Euclidean Geometry: Euclidean Space Tangent Vectors Directional
derivatives Curves in E3 1-Forms Differential Forms Mappings.
Unit II (15 hours)
Frame Fields and Euclidean Geometry: Dot product Curves vector field - The
Frenet Formulas Arbitrary speed curves cylindrical helix Covariant Derivatives Frame
fields Connection Forms - The Structural equations.
Unit III (15 hours)
Euclidean Geometry and Calculus on Surfaces: Isometries of E3 The derivative
map of an Isometry - Surfaces in E3 patch computations Differential functions and
Tangent vectors Differential forms on a surface Mappings of Surfaces.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Shape Operators: The Shape operator of M

E3 Normal Curvature Gaussian
Curvature - Computational Techniques Special curves in a surface Surfaces of revolution.
Text Book
B.ONeill, Elementary Differential geometry, 2
nd
revised ed., New York: Academic Press,
2006.
Reference Books
1. J.A. Thorpe, Elementary topics in differential geometry, 2
nd
ed., Springer, 2004.
2. A. Pressley, Elementary differential geometry, 2
nd
ed., Springer, 2010.
3. Mittal and Agarwal, Differential geometry, 36
th
ed., Meerut: Krishna Prakashan Media (P)
Ltd., 2010.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : ADVANCED NUMERICAL METHODS Code : MTH432
Unit I: (20 Hours)
Numerical Solutions of Nonlinear system of Equations: Fixed points Ior Iunctions oI
several variables, Newton`s Method, Quasi-Newton methods, Homotopy and Continuation
Methods.
Unit II: (15 Hours)
Initial value problems for Ordinary Differential Equations: Solution by Runge-Kutta
Fehlberg method, Runge-Kutta- Gill method. Solutions oI higher order diIIerential equations
and system oI diIIerential equations by Runge-Kutta methods.
Unit III: (15 Hours)
Boundary value problems for Ordinary Differential Equations: Linear Shooting method,
Shooting method Ior nonlinear Problems, Finite diIIerence methods Ior non-linear problems,
Rayleigh-Ritz method.
Unit IV: (10 Hours)
Modern methods for linear and non-linear differential equations: Homotopy Perturbation
method and DiIIerential TransIorms methods.
Text books:
1. Richard L. Burden and J. Douglas Faires Numerical Analvsis, Fourth Edition, P.W.S. Kent
Publishing Company, 2007.
2. S. J. Liao, Bevond Perturbations, CRC Press, 2003.
Reference Books:
1. Kandasamy, P., Thilagavathy, K. and Gunavathy, K., Numerical Methods, New Delhi:
S. Chand Co. Ltd., 2003.
2. R.L. Burden and J. Douglas Faires, Numerical Analysis, Fourth Edition, P.W.S. Kent
Publishing Company, 2007.
3. S.C. Chopra and P.C. Raymond, Numerical methods for engineers, Tata McGraw-Hill,
2000.
4. C.F. Gerald and P.O. Wheatley, Applied numerical methods, Pearson Education, 2002.
5. L. C. Andrews, and R. L. Philips, Mathematical Techniques for Engineers and Scientists,
Prentice Hall of India, 2006.
6. Ji Huan He, Homotopy perturbation technique, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics
and Engineering Vol. 178, Issues 3-4, August 1999, Pages 257-262.
7. Vedat Suat Ertrk, Differential Transformation Method For Solving Differential Equations
of Lane - Emden Type, Mathematical and computer applications, vol. 12(3), 135-139,
2007.
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Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Code : MTH433
Unit I (15 hours)
Banach spaces: Normed linear spaces, Banach spaces, continuous linear
transformations, isometric isomorphisms, functionals and the Hahn-Banach theorem, the
natural embedding of a normed linear space in its second dual.
Unit II (12 hours)
Mapping theorems: The open mapping theorem and the closed graph theorem, the
uniform boundedness theorem, the conjugate of an operator.
Unit III (15 hours)
Inner products: Inner products, Hilbert spaces, Schwarz inequality, parallelogram
law, orthogonal complements, orthonormal sets, Bessels inequality, complete orthonormal
sets.
Unit IV (18 hours)
Conjugate space: The conjugate space, the adjoint of an operator, self-adjoint,
normal and unitary operators, projections, finite dimensional spectral theory.
Tcxt Bnnk:
G.F. Simmons, Introduction to topology and modern Analysis, Reprint, Tata McGraw-Hill,
2004.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks :
1. K. Yoshida, Functional analysis, 6
th
ed., Springer, 1996.
2. E. Kreyszig, Introductory functional analysis with applications, 1
st
ed., John Wiley, 1978.
3. B.V. Limaye, Functional analysis, 2
nd
ed., New Age International, 1996.
4. W. Rudin, Functional analysis, 2
nd
ed., McGraw Hill, 2010.
5. S. Karen, Beginning functional analysis, Reprint, Springer, 2002.
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : PROJECT Code : MTH451
The objective of this paper is to develop positive attitude, knowledge and competence
for the research in Mathematics. Through this project students will develop analytical and
computational skills. Students are exposed to the mathematical softwares like Mathematica,
Scilab and Matlab. Students are given with their choice of topic either on Fluid Mechanics or
Graph theory or can select any other topic from other fields with the approval of HOD /
Coordinator. Each candidate will work under the supervision of the faculty. Coordinator will
allot the supervisor for each candidate in consultation with the HOD at the end of third
semester.
Project need not be based on original research work. Project could be based on the
review of advanced text book or advanced research papers.
Each candidate has to submit a dissertation on the project topic followed by viva voce
examination. The viva voce will be conducted by the committee constituted by the head of
the department which will have an external and an internal examiner. The student must secure
50% of the marks to pass the project examination. The candidates who fail must redo the
project as per the university regulation.
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Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS Code : MTH441
AND INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
Unit I (18 hours)
Euler equations and variational notations: Maxima and minima, method of
Lagrange multipliers, the simplest case, Euler equation, extremals, stationary function,
geodesics, Brachistochrone problem, natural boundary conditions and transition conditions,
variational notation, the more general case.
Unit II (16 hours)
Advanced variational problems: Constraints and Lagrange multipliers, variable end
points, Sturm-Liouville problems, Hamiltons principle, Lagranges equation, the Rayleigh-
Ritz method.
Unit III (12 hours)
Linear integral equations: Definitions, integral equation, Fredholm and Volterra
equations, kernel of the integral equation, integral equations of different kinds, relations
between differential and integral equations, symmetric kernels, the Greens function.
Unit IV (14 hours)
Methods for solutions of linear integral equations: Fredholm equations with
separable kernels, homogeneous integral equations, characteristic values and characteristic
functions of integral equations, Hilbert-Schmidt theory, iterative methods for solving integral
equations of the second kind, the Neumann series.
Tcxt bnnk :
F.B. Hildebrand, Methods of Applied Mathematics, New York: Dover, 1992.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks :
1. B. Dacorogna, Introduction to the Calculus of Variations, London: Imperial College Press,
2004.
2. F. Wan, Introduction to the Calculus of Variations and Its Applications, New York:
Chapman/Hall, 1995.
3. J. Jost and X. Li-Jost, Calculus of Variations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1998.
4. R.P. Kanwal, Linear Integral Equations: Theory and Techniques, New York: Birkhuser,
2013.
5. C. Corduneanu, Integral Equations and Applications, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 2008.
6. A.J. Jerry, Introduction to Integral Equations with Applications, 2nd ed., New York: John
Wiley & Sons, 1999.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH441: CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS AND INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
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Unit I 4
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 2
Unit IV 3
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Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : II - M.Sc Semester : IV
Paper : MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS Code : MTH442
Unit I (12 Hours)
Electrodynamics: Outline of electromagnetic units and electrostatics, derivation of
Gauss law, Faradays law, Amperes law and solenoidal property, dielectric material,
conservation of charges, electromagnetic boundary conditions.
Unit II (13 Hours)
Basic Equations: Outline of basic equations of MHD, magnetic induction equation,
Lorentz force, MHD approximations, non-dimensional numbers, velocity, temperature and
magnetic field boundary conditions.
Unit III (20 Hours)
Exact Solutions: Hartmann flow, generalized Hartmann flow, velocity distribution,
expression for induced current and magnetic field, temperature discribution, Hartmann
couette flow, magnetostatic-force free magnetic field, abnormality parameter, Chandrashekar
theorem, application of magnetostatic-Bennett pinch.
Unit IV (15 Hours)
Applications: Classical MHD and Alfven waves, Alfven theorem, Frozen-in-
phenomena, Application of Alfven waves, heating of solar corana, earths magnetic field,
Alfven wave equation in an incompressible conducting fluid in the presence of an vertical
magnetic field, solution of Alfven wave equation, Alfven wave equation in a compressible
conducting non-viscous fluid, Helmholtz vorticity equation, Kelvins circulation theorem,
Bernoullis equation.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. V.C.A. Ferraro and Plumpton, An introduction to magnetofluid mechanics, Clarendon
Press, 1966.
2. P.H. Roberts, An introduction to magnetohydrodynamics, Longman, 1967.
3. Allen Jeffrey, Magnetohydrodynamics, Oliver Boyds, 1970.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. Sutton and Sherman, Engineering magnetohydrodynamics, McGraw-Hill, 1965.
2. H.K. Moffat, Magnetic generation in electrically conducting fluids, Cambridge University
Press, 1978.
3. David J. Griffiths, Introduction to electrodynamics, Prentice Hall of India, 1997.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH442 : Magnetohydrodynamics
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Unit I 1
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 2
Unit IV 1
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Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 2
Unit III 4
Unit IV 3
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Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : WAVELET THEORY Code : MTH443
Unit I (15 hours)
Introduction: Complex numbers and basic operation, the space L2(R), inner products, bases
and projections, Eulers formula and complex exponential function, Fourier series, Fourier
transforms, Convolutions and B-Splines, the wavelet, requirements for wavelet.
Unit II (15 hours)
The Continuous wavelet transform: The wavelet transform, the inverse wavelet transform,
wavelet transform in terms of Fourier transform, Complex wavelets: the Morlet wavelet.
Unit III (15 hours)
The discrete wavelet transform: Frames and orthogonal wavelet bases, Haar space, general
Haar space, Haar wavelet space, general Haar wavelet space, discrete Haar wavelet
transforms and applications.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Wavelet packets: The construction of wavelet sets, the measure of the closure of a wavelet
set, constructing wavelet packet spaces, wavelet packet spaces.
Text books
1. David K .Ruch and Patrick J. Van Fleet, Wavelet Theory: An elementary approach with
Applications, Wiley, 2009.
2. Paul S. Addison, The Illustrated Wavelet Transform Handbook, IOP, 2002.
Reference books
1. Rao R.M. &Bopardikar A.S., Wavelet Transforms-Introduction to Theory and
Applications, Pearson Education Asia, 1999.
2. Sidney Burrus, Gopinath R.A. &HaitaoGuo, Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet
Transforms, Prentice Hall International, 1998.
3. Chan Y.T., Wavelet Basics, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.
4. Goswami J.C. & Chan A.K., Fundamentals of Wavelets - Theory Algorithms and
Applications, New York: John Wiley, 1999.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH443: WAVLLLT THLORY
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
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Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
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Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : MATHEMATICAL MODELLING Code : MTH444
Unit I (15 Hours)
Concept of mathematical modeling: Definition, Classification, Characteristics And
Limitations , Mathematical Modelling Through Ordinary Differential Equations Of First
Order: Linear And Nonlinear Growth and Decay Models Compartment Models, Dynamics
Problems, Geometrical Problems
Unit II (12 hours)
Mathematical modelling through systems of ordinary differential equations of first
order: Population Dynamics, Epidemics, Compartment Models, Economics, Medicine, Arms
Race, Battles and International Trade and Dynamics
Unit III (13 Hours)
Mathematical modelling through ordinary differential equations of second order:
Modeling Of Planetary Motions Circular Motion Of Satellites, Mathematical Modelling
Through Linear Differential Equations Of Second Order, Miscellaneous Mathematical
Models
Unit IV (20 Hours)
Mathematical Modelling leading to linear and nonlinear partial differential equations:
Simple models, conservation law Traffic flow on highway Flood waves in rivers glacier
flow, roll waves and stability, shallow water waves Convection diffusion processes
Burgers equation, Convection reaction processes Fishers equation.Telegraphers
equation heat transfer in a layered solid. Chromatographic models sediment Transport in
rivers reaction-diffusion systems, travelling waves, pattern formation, tumour growth.
Text Books:
1. M. Braun, C.S. Coleman and D. A. Drew, Differential equation Models, 1994
2. J.N.Kapur, Mathematical Modelling, Springer, 2005
3. J.N.Kapur, Mathematical Models in Biology and Medicine, East-West Press, New Delhi,
1981
Reference Books:
1. W. F. Lucas, F S Roberts and R.M. Thrall, Discrete and system models, Springer, 1983.
2. H.M. Roberts & Thompson, Life science models, Springer, 1983.
3. A.C. Fowler, Mathematical Models in Applied Sciences, Cambridge University Press,
1997.
4. Stanely J. Farlow, Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, Dover
5. Walter J. Meyer , Concepts of Mathematical Modeling
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH444: MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
B
Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
C
Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : CRYPTOGRAPHY Code : MTH445
Unit I (15 hours)
Some Topics in Elementary Number Theory: Elementary concepts of number
theory, time estimates for doing arithmetic, divisibility and the Euclidian algorithm,
congruences, some applications to factoring. Finite fields and quadratic residues: Finite
fields, quadratic residues and reciprocity.
Unit II (15 hours)
Cryptography: Some simple cryptosystems, enciphering matrices.
Unit III (15 hours)
Public Key: The idea of public key cryptography, RSA, discrete log., knapsack,
zero-knowledge protocols and oblivious transfer.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Elliptic Curves: Basic facts, elliptic curve cryptosystems, elliptic curve primality
test, elliptic curve factorization.
Tcxt Bnnk:
N. Koblitz, A course in number theory and cryptography, Graduate Texts in Mathematics,
No.114, Springer-Verlag, 1987.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. A. Baker, A concise introduction to the theory of numbers, Cambridge University Press,
1990.
2. A.N. Parshin and I.R. Shafarevich (Eds.), Number theory, encyclopedia of mathematics
sciences, Vol. 49, Springer-Verlag, 1995.
3. D.R. Stinson, Cryptography: Theory and Practice, CRC Press, 1995
4. H.C.A. van Tilborg, An introduction to cryptography, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.
5. Wade Trappe and Lawrence C. Washington, Introduction to Cryptography with Coding
Theory, Prentice hall, 2005.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH445: Cryptography
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
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Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
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Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Class : M.Sc (MATHEMATICS) Semester : IV
Paper : ATMO5PHERIC 5CIENCE Code : MTH446
Unit I (15 Hours)
Essential Fluid Dynamics: Thermal wind, geostrophic motion, hydrostatic approximation,
consequences, Taylor-Proudman theorem, Geostrophic degeneracy, dimensional analysis and non-
dimensional numbers. Physical Meteorology: Atmospheric composition, laws of thermodynamics of
the atmosphere, adiabatic process, potential temperature, the Classius-Clapyeron equation, laws of
black body radiation, solar and terrestrial radiation, solar constant, Albedo, greenhouse effect, heat
balance of earth-atmosphere system.
Unit II (15 Hours)
Atmosphere Dynamics: Geostrophic approximation, pressure as a vertical coordinate,
modified continuity equation, balance of forces, non-dimensional numbers (Rossby, Richardson,
Froude, Ekman etc.), scale analysis for tropics and extra-tropics, vorticity and divergence equations,
conservation of potential vorticity, atmospheric turbulence and equations for planetary boundary
layer.
Unit III (15 Hours)
General Circulation of the Atmosphere: Definition of general circulation, various
components of general circulation, zonal and eddy angular momentum balance of the atmosphere,
meridional circulation, Hadley-Ferrel and polar cells in summer and winter, North-South and East-
West (Walker) monsoon circulation, forces meridional circulation due to heating and momentum
transport, available potential energy, zonal and eddy energy equations.
Unit IV (15 hours)
Atmospheric Waves and Instability: Wave motion in general, concept of wave packet,
phase velocity and group velocity, momentum and energy transports by waves in the horizontal and
vertical, equatorial, Kelvin and mixed Rossby gravity waves, stationary planetary waves, filtering of
sound and gravity waves, linear barotropic and baroclinic instability.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. Joseph Pedlosky, Geophysical fluid dynamics, Springer-Verlag, 1979.
2. J.R. Holton, An introduction to dynamic meteorology, 3rd Ed., Academic Press, 1992.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. F.F. Grossard and W.H. Hooke, Waves in the atmosphere, Elsevier, 1975.
2. Ghil and Chidress, Topics in geophysical fluid dynamics, Applied Mathematical Science,
Springer Verlag, 1987.
3. S. Friedlander, Geophysical fluid dynamics, Lecture Notes, Springer, 1998.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH446: ATMOSPHLRIC SCILNCL
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Unit I 2
5 2 10
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
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Unit I 3
10 5 50
Unit II 3
Unit III 3
Unit IV 3
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Unit I 1
4 10 40
Unit II 1
Unit III 1
Unit IV 1
Total 100
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
CERTIFICATE COUR5E
I 5cmcstcr
MTH 101: Teaching Technology and Research Methodology in Mathematics
(45 Hours)
Unit I:-Teaching Technology (15 Hours)
Development of concept of teaching, Teaching skills, Chalk board skills, Teaching practices,
Effective teaching, Models of teaching, Teaching aids(Audio-Visual), Teaching
aids(projected and non-projected), Communication skills, Feed back in teaching, Teachers
role and responsibilities, Information technology for teaching.
Unit II:-Research Methodology (15 Hrs)
Introduction to research and research methodology, Scientific methods, Choice of research
problem, Literature survey and statement of research problem, Reporting of results, Roles
and responsibilities of research student and guide.
Unit III:-Mathematical research methodology (15 Hrs)
Theorems and proofs, Reading and understanding Mathematical Proofs, Proofing Methods,
Introducing mathematics Journals, Reading a Journal article, Mathematics writing skills
Standard Notations and Symbols, Using Symbols and Words, Organizing a paper, Defining
variables, Symbols and notations, Different Citation Styles, IEEE Referencing Style in detail
Package for Mathematics Typing, MS Word, Math Type, Open Office Math Editor, Tex, yEd
Graph Editor, Tex in detail, Installation and Set up, Text, Formula, Pictures and Graphs,
Producing various types of documents using Tex.
Text and Reference books:
1. R.Varma, Modern trends in teaching technology, Anmol publications Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi
2003.
2. Usha Rao, Educational teaching, Himalaya Publishing house, New Delhi 2001.
3. J. Mohanthy, Educational teaching, Deep & Deep Publications Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi 2001
4. K.J.Sree and D. B. Rao, Methods of teaching sciences, Discovery publishing house, Delhi,
1981.
5. E.B.Wilson J., An introduction to scientific research, Dover publications, inc., New York
1990.
6. Ram Ahuja, Research Methods, Rawat Publications, New Delhi 2001.
7. Gopal Lal Jain, Research Methdology, Mangal Deep Publictions, Jaipur 2003.
8. B. C. Nakra and K. K. Chaudhry, Instrumentation, measurement and analysis, TMH
publishing Co.Ltd., New Delhi 1985.
9. S. L. Mayers, Data analysis for Scientists, John Wiley & Sons, 1976.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
CERTIFICATE COUR5E
II 5cmcstcr
MTH 201: 5TATI5TIC5
(45 Hours)
Unit I (15 Hours)
Random Variables and Expectation: Discrete and continuous random variables,
distribution functions, probability mass and density functions, bivariate distributions,
marginal and conditional distributions, expected value of a random variable, independence of
random variables, conditional expectations, covariance matrix, correlation coefficients and
regression, Chebyshevs inequality, moments, moment generating functions, characteristic
functions.
Unit II (15 Hours)
Probability: Sample spaces, events, probability of an event, theorems on probability,
conditional probability, independent events, Bayes theorem. Booles inequality.
Discrete Probability Distribution: Introduction, uniform, Bernoulli, Binomial, negative
Binomial, geometric, Hypergeometric and Poisson distribution. Continuous Probability
Distributions: Introduction, uniform, gamma, exponential, beta and normal distributions.
Unit III (15 Hours)
Sampling distributions: t, F and chi-square distributions, standard errors and large sample
distributions.
Tcxt Bnnks:
1. E. Freund John, Mathematical Statistics, 5th Ed., Prentice Hall of India, 2000.
2. Gupta S.C. and Kapoor V.K., Fundamentals of mathematical Statistics, Sultan Chand and
Sons, New Delhi, 2001.
RcIcrcncc Bnnks:
1. Paul G. Hoel, Introduction to mathematical Statistics, Wiley, 1984.
2. M. Spiegel, Probability and statistics, Schaums Outline Series, 2000.
3. Neil Weiss, Introductory Statistics, Addison-Wesley, 2002.
4.Sheldon M. Ross, A first course in probability, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005.
5. Ronald E. Walpole, Raymond H. Myers and Sharon L. Myers, Probability and Statistics
for Engineers and Scientists, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006.
6. Dennis Wackerly, William Mendenhall and Richard L. Scheaffer, Mathematical Statistics
with Applications, Duxburry Press, 2007.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
CERTIFICATE COUR5E
III 5cmcstcr
MTH 301: INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PACKAGE5
(45 Hours)
Unit I (15 Hours)
Algebraic Computation: Simplification of algebraic expression, simplification of
expressions involving special functions, built-in functions for transformations on
trigonometric expressions, definite and indefinite symbolic integration, symbolic sums and
products, symbolic solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, symbolic linear
algebra, matrix operations.
Unit II (15 Hours)
Mathematical Functions: Special functions, inverse error function, gamma and beta
function, hypergeometric function, elliptic function, Mathieu function. Numerical
Computation: Numerical solution of differential equations, numerical solution of initial and
boundary value problems, numerical integration, numerical differentiation, matrix
manipulations, optimization techniques.
Unit III (15 Hours)
Graphics: Two- and three-dimensional plots, parametric plots, typesetting capabilities for
labels and text in plots, direct control of final graphics size, resolution etc. Packages: Linear
algebra, calculus, discrete math, geometry, graphics, number theory, vector analysis,
statistics.
Text Book:
1. Stephen Wolfram, The mathematica book, Wolfram Research Inc., 2008.
Reference Books:
1. Michael Trott, The Mathematica guide book for programming, Springer, 2004.
2. P. Wellin, R. Gaylord and S. Kamin, An introduction to programming with Mathematica,
Cambridge, 2005.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Internship in PG Mathematics course
Semester: III
Code: MTH371
Objectives:
To expose students to the field of their professional interest
To give an opportunity to get practical experience of the field of their interest
To strengthen the curriculum based on internship feedback where relevant
To help student choose their career through practical experience
Level of Knowledge: Working knowledge of Mathematics
M.Sc. Mathematics students have the option to undertake an internship of not less than 45
working days at any of the following: reputed research centres, recognized educational
institutions, summer research fellowships, programmes like M.T.T.S. or any other approved
by the P.G. coordinator and H.O.D.
The internship is to be undertaken at the end of second semester (during first year
vacation). The report submission and the presentation on the report will be held during the
third semester and the credits will appear in the mark sheet of third semester.
The students will have to give an internship proposal with the following details:
Organization where the student proposes to do the internship, reasons for the choice, nature
of internship, period on internship, relevant permission letters, if available, name of the
mentor in the organization, email, telephone and mobile numbers of the person in the
organization with whom Christ University could communicate matters related to internship.
Typed proposals will have to be given at least one month before the end of the second
semester.
The coordinator of the programme in consultation with the HOD will assign faculty
members from the department as guides at least two weeks before the end of second
semester.
The students will have to be in touch with the guides during the internship period either
through personal meetings, over the phone or through email.
At the place of internship, students are advised to be in constant touch with their mentors.
At the end of the required period of internship, the candidates will submit a report in not
less than 750 words. The report should be submitted within first 10 days of the reopening of
the University for the third semester.
Within 20 days from the day of reopening, the department must hold a presentation by the
students. During the presentation the guide or a nominee of the guide should be present and
be one of the evaluators. Students should preferably be encouraged to make a power point
presentation of their report. A minimum of 10 minutes should be given for each of the
presenter. The maximum limit is left to the discretion of the evaluation committee. Students
will get 2 credits on successful completion of internship.