Hansraj College
In New Delhi

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  • Bachelor
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    3 Years

The course B.Sc. (Hons.) MATHEMATICS in the field of Mathematics covers various subjects like money in markets, currencies, buying and selling forex, and international markets, international trends.

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Starts Location
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New Delhi
Hans Raj College University of Delhi Mahatma Hans Raj Marg Malka Ganj , 110007, Delhi, India
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¬∑ Requirements

Minimum percentage of marks required for admission to B.Sc.(Hons) Mathematics is 45% in the aggregate at any of the examinations recognized by the university of Delhi. And the candidate should have passed in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with 50% marks in Mathematics.

Course programme

The Mathematics department here comprises highly qualified academicians with specialisation in Analysis, Algebra and Mathematical Programming. It offers B.Sc.Honours in Mathematics.The Honours syllabus provides a comprehensive survey of areas like Vector Calculus, Algebra, Statistics and Analysis & Computer Programming.

I Year

  • I Vector Calculus & Geometry
  • II Algebra - I
  • III Analysis - I
  • IV Analysis - II
  • Concurrent Courses
  • 1. Language Credit Course Choose one from Eng./Hin./ Skt.
  • 2. Qualifying Language Course Choose one from Eng. / Hin./ Skt. without repeating the choice for credit course
  • Interdisciplinary Credit Course
Choose one from III.1 to III.3
(for information refer to the brochure)

II Year

  • V Algebra - II
  • VI Differential Equations - I
  • VII Mechanics - I
  • VIII Numerical Analysis & Computer Programming
  • IX Analysis - III
  • X Probability & Mathematical Statistics
  • Concurrent Courses
  • 4. Two Discipline Centred Courses from the following :
· Sanskrit Text & Grammar
· Hindi Literature
· Delhi: Ancient, Medival & Modern
· Principals of Economics
· Formal Logic or Theories of consciousness
· English Literature

III Year

  • XI Differential Equations - II
  • XII Algebra - III
  • XIII Algebra - IV
  • XIV Mechanics - II
  • XV Analysis - IV
  • XVI Analysis - V
  • XVII & XVIII : Any two of the following:
a)Linear Programming & Game Theory
b) Discrete Mathematics
c) Boolean Algebra

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