taki government college

[Accredited by NAAC since 26 September 2018]

The College is under CCTV Surveillance and has the LAN, Wi-Fi & Intercom facilities.

Mathematics Department

Departmental Profile

1. Year of Establishment : 1950
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered : UG (Honours and General)
3. Number of Teaching Post

Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled
Professor NIL NIL
Associate Professor NIL 02 (by CAS)
Assistant Professor 5 3
Part-time Faculty NIL NIL

4. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled

Category of Staff Sanctioned Filled
Academic support staff (technical) NIL NIL
Administrative/Supporting staff NIL NIL

5. Details of Infrastructural Facilities and Logistic Support :

  • There are 5 class rooms for the students and one staff room for teachers.
  • Among these 5 class rooms, two rooms are especially designed for computer laboratory where practical classes are taken.
  • One ICT-enabled class room exists for multimedia presentation with the help of LCD projector.3. One ICT-enabled class room exists for multimedia presentation with the help of LCD projector.
  • A departmental seminar library with nearly 206 reference books apart from the wide collection of books in the college library.
  • Apart from seminar library, we have a book bank especially for General course students.
  • We have internet facilities and WiFi connection for Staff & Students.

6. Program Outcome

  • To impart English-medium based undergraduate level education that is Bachelor Degree in Science and Arts courses in accordance with affiliating University's Curriculum and the UGC Guidelines.
  • Understanding and Correlating between Theoretical and Experimental aspects of the subjects (highly essential for Laboratory based subjects).
  • Developing concepts in Pure Subjects along with Applied and Interdisciplinary Subject Areas for Real Life Applications.
  • Identify various Academic and Professional areas.
  • Catering to the needs of Present Day Problems & allied Thrust Areas and Service to Human Race.

7. Program Specific Outcome (PSO)
Fundamental Skills in Pure and Applied Mathematics, Statistical Mathematics, Formulation of Mathematical Modelling, Geometrical and Topological address system to shape global structure and Computational Methods.

8. Course Outcomes
Students graduating in Mathematics will be able

  • To apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations.
  • To use and analyze graphical representations of mathematical relationships.
  • To communicate mathematical knowledge and understanding.
  • To apply technology tools to solve problems.

Faculty Members

Sl. No Faculty Name & Designation Profile
1. Dr. Jayanta Sen, Associate Professor & HOD View profile
2. Mahendra Datta, Associate Professor View profile
3. Sri Utpal Mondal, Assistant Professor View profile
4. Sri. Safiqul Islam, Assistant Professor View profile
5. Dr. Koushik Das, Assistant Professor View profile

Academic Resources

Syllabus of Mathematics
DEPARTMENT Study Material
MATHEMATICS MTMACOR03T Infinite Series, Dr. Jayanta Sen
MATHEMATICS MTMACOR04T Differential Equation and Vector Calculus, Prof. Koushik Das
MATHEMATICS MTMACOR08T Sequence and Series of Function, Prof. Safiqul Islam
MATHEMATICS MTMACOR09T Multivariate Calculus, Prof. Utpal Mondal
MATHEMATICS MTMACOR10T Linear Algebra, Prof. Jayanta Sen
MATHEMATICS Prof. Safiqul Islam, Topic- MTMSSEC02M-SETS
MATHEMATICS Prof Utpal Mondal, Topic : MTMGCOR04T- Algebra
MATHEMATICS Prof. Koushik Das, topic- MTMGCOR02T- Ordinary Differential Equation
MATHEMATICS http://www.math.niu.edu/~ beachy/abstract_algebra/study_ guide/contents.html
MATHEMATICS http://www.extension.harvard. edu/open-learning-initiative/ abstract-algebra
MATHEMATICS http://www.math.niu.edu/~ beachy/aaol/frames_index.html

Class Routine

Class Routine of Mathematics

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