BE in Engineering Mathematics

B.M.S. College of Engineering
In Bangalore

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  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
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Bangalore
1908 Bull Temple Road, 560019, Karnataka, India
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The department of Mathematics was started in 1946 at the inception of the college. The department received the able guidance of former professors namely Prof. S. K. Lakshmana Rao, Prof. Y. G. Krishna Swamy, Prof. N. Venkoba Rao, Prof. T. K. Puttaswamy, Dr. R. Parthasarathy, Prof. M. J. Narayana Iyengar, Dr. S. Subba Rao and Dr. H. Narasimha Murthy during the last sixty two years. The department teaches Engineering Mathematics curriculum for students of all Engineering disciplines and is also supporting to the teaching needs of MBA, MCA and M. Tech programs as and when the need arises. All the faculty of the department are provided with the computational facilities under the TEQIP. The faculty of the department are engaged in research work in the areas of theoretical fluid mechanics, Number Theory and Integral Transforms

Course Contents

Engineering Mathematics - I
Engineering Chemistry
Elements of Electronics Engineering
Computer Concepts & C Programming
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Environmental Studies
Constitution of India & Professional Ethics
Engineering Mathematics - I
Engineering Physics
Basic Electrical Engineering
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Workshop Practice
Personality Development & Communication Skills
Kannada Language
Functional English
Engineering Mathematics (
Graph theory and Combinatorics
Bio-statistics & Bio-modelling
Probability, Statistics & Queuing
Advanced Mathematics
Operations Research – Elective
Probability and Statistics
Probability, Statistics & Queuing
Discrete Mathematics & Boolean Algebra
Computer Oriented Numerical Methods
Complex Variables, Tensor Analysis & Partial differential EquationsDesign)
Linear Algebra & Random processes
Advanced Computational Techniques
Linear and Non-linear Optimization
Applied Statistics

The department offers bachelor degree in Engineering Mathematics


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