B.Sc Mathematics (Hons)

University of Delhi
In New Delhi

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New Delhi
University Road , Delhi 110007, 110007, Delhi, India
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B.Sc Mathematics (Hons)

(a) B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics I year
Paper I: Calculus
Paper II: Analysis I
Paper III: Algebra I
Along with the above mentioned papers, a student will have to opt for three courses
from disciplines other than Mathematics. A student will have to choose one course
each from Credit Course I, Credit Course II and Qualifying Course. The marks of
Credit Course I and Credit Course II shall count in the final result of the student.
Credit Course I
(i) Ethics in Public Domain
(ii) Environmental Issues in India
(iii) Reading Gandhi
(iv) The Individual and Society
(v) Hindi Language, Literature and Culture
(vi) Gender and Society
(vii) Financial Management
(viii) Chemistry
(ix) Physics-I


Credit Course II
(i) English
(ii) Hindi
(iii) Sanskrit
(iv) Chemistry
(v) Physics-I
Note: (a) Courses (i)-(iii) are the language credit courses of the BA (Hons)
Programme.
(b) Course (iv) is the Paper V being taught in First year Physics (Hons).
(c) Course (v) is the Paper V being taught in First year Chemistry (Hons).
Qualifying Course
(i) English (Higher)
(ii) English (Lower)
(iii) Hindi (Higher)
(iv) Hindi (Lower)
(v) Sanskrit
(vi) Chemistry (Lab)
(vii) Physics (Lab)

(b) B.Sc (Hons) II year
Paper IV: Differential Equations and Mathematical Modeling I
Paper V: Analysis II
Paper VI: C++ Programming and Numerical Methods
Paper VII: Algebra II
Along with the above mentioned mathematics paper a student will have to opt for two
courses from Credit Course III. These courses are from disciplines other than
mathematics. In those subjects where more than one course is offered, the student
shall opt for one of the course. The marks of Credit Course III shall count in the final
result of the student.
Credit Course III
(i) Psychology for Living
(ii) Hindi Literature
(iii) Modern Indian Literature, Poems and Short Stories; Novel or Play
OR
Cultural Diversity, Linguistic Plurality and Literary Traditions in India.
(iv) Formal Logic/ Symbolic Logic
OR
Readings in Western Philosophy
OR
Theory of Consciousness
(v) Citizenship in Globalizing World
(vi) Culture in India: a Historical Perspective
OR
Delhi: Ancient, Medieval and Modern
OR
Religion and Religiosity in India
OR
Inequality or Difference in India
(vii) Sociology of Contemporary India
(viii) Principles of Geography
OR
Geography of India
(ix) Principles of Economics


(c) B.Sc (Hons) III year
Paper VIII: Differential Equations and Mathematical Modeling II
Paper IX: Probability and Statistics
Paper X: Algebra III
Paper XI: Analysis III
Paper XII: Optional (one of the following)
(i) Applications of Algebra
(ii) Discrete Mathematics
(iii) Mathematical Finance
(iv) Number Theory and Cryptography
(v) Optimization


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