B.Sc. (Hons.) MATHEMATICS
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.
Where and when
Starts  Location 

On request 
New Delhi
Hans Raj College University of Delhi Mahatma Hans Raj Marg Malka Ganj , 110007, Delhi, India See map 
Frequent Asked Questions
· 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
(for information refer to the brochure)
II Year
· Hindi Literature
· Delhi: Ancient, Medival & Modern
· Principals of Economics
· Formal Logic or Theories of consciousness
· English Literature
III Year
b) Discrete Mathematics
c) Boolean Algebra
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
(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 :
· 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:
b) Discrete Mathematics
c) Boolean Algebra