Mathematics is the Backbone of Engineering studies of all disciplines, by providing the foundation in Mathematics that is crucial to the education of Engineering students.The department of Mathematics came into existence together with J I T in 2011, it offers program for graduate students.At present the department has five committed teaching faculty members, among them two are with Doctorial degree and two candidates are persuing for Ph.D. Around  thirty research papers have been published in reputed national and international journals. The department continuously reviews and monitors the curriculum of its academic programs.


“By providing the fundamental knowledge of mathematics to Engineering students, We strive hard to impart quality education and thereby improve professional and ethical values” .


. To inculcate value based education and fundamental training in the field of basic sciences and Engineering science.

. To encourage the students to improve their intrinsic value and enable them to contribute to the overall development of the scientific and technical education.

. To encourage analytical and rational thinking capability and thereby improve the problem solving skills of the students.


Course Outcomes

1. Calculus and Differential Equations(21MAT11)

CO1: Apply the knowledge of calculus to solve problems related to polar curves and its applications in determining the bentness of a curve.

CO2: Learn the notion of partial differentiation to calculate rate of change of multivariate functions and solve problems related to composite functions and Jacobian.  

CO3: Solve first-order linear/nonlinear ordinary differential equations analytically using standard methods. 

CO4: Demonstrate various models through higher order differential equations and solve such linear ordinary differential equations.   

CO5: Test the consistency of a system of linear equations and to solve them by direct and iterative methods.


2. Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods(21MAT21)

CO1: Apply the concept of change of order of integration and change of variables to evaluate multiple integrals and their usage in computing the area and volume. 

CO2: Illustrate the applications of multivariate calculus to understand the solenoidal and irrotational vectors and also exhibit the inter dependence of line, surface and volume integrals. 

CO3: Formulate physical problems to partial differential equations and to obtain solution for standard practical PDE’s.

CO4: Apply the knowledge of numerical methods in modelling of various physical and engineering phenomena.

CO5: Solve first order ordinary differential equations arising in engineering problems.





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