M. Tech. in Thermal Engg. (VLSI Design Automation & Techniques)National Institute of Technology
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The department of Mathematics came in to existence in 1st Aug., 2009. Previously, this department was a part of the formerly department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, which came in to existence in 1986. The department has 05 regular faculty members. We have developed infrastructure of high quality to fulfill the needs of various engineering main streams. The Department has a vibrant research atmosphere backed up by excellent infrastructural facilities. We have a modern mathematical computational laboratory. The department admits students under Ph.D. programme. M. Sc. in Mathematics, Integrated programme in M.Sc. (Mathematics) are soon going to be launched. MCA with in collaboration with CSE department is also going to be start soon. The department also offers open elective courses for undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students. This department has been contributing a lot for the overall development of the institution since its inception. Specially, this department has done extremely well in research despite many constraints.
Career in Mathematics
In a current economic scenario, employment opportunities for Ph.D.'s in Mathematics are excellent-both in academics and in industry. This is the golden age (as far as job opportunities are concerned) for Masters and Ph.D. degree holders in Mathematics. For those inclined towards a research career, many positions are available in research institutions and universities. For those who wish to pursue a teaching career, well-paying teaching positions are available in plenty in private engineering colleges. And for those who are willing to apply mathematics to practical problems, there has been a dramatic change in the job scene over the past few years in India. Many financial services companies, research labs of multinational companies and others are aggressively recruiting mathematicians. The salaries offered are better than those offered to IT graduates. Students trained in pure mathematics are also actively recruited by these industries since almost all branches of mathematics are useful to them. Given the strength of the department in both pure and applied mathematics, our students get a balanced and rigorous training in all aspects of mathematics. Therefore, our students are well placed to reap the benefits of the booming job market for mathematicians.