NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SILCHAR

राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान, सिलचर

Department of Mathematics
About The Department of Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics is established along with the inception of the Institute. Since its establishment, the Department has ever been striving to provide quality technical education with core support to all engineering Departments. It imbibes a sense of professionalism in its students. To achieve such high standards it has extremely competent faculty members. It has a well-equipped computational fluid dynamics (CFD) laboratory. The Department lays special emphasis on R & D activities both on the part of the faculty members as well as the students.

Vision of the Department of Mathematics

The vision of the Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Silchar is as follows:

  • Our Department is to be recognized nationally and internationally for its excellence in teaching and research.
  • Our Department should be remembered in providing excellent Mathematical skills to its UG, PG and Ph. D. students.
  • Departmental is to create a platform for encouraging outcome based research environment.
Mission of the Department of Mathematics

The mission of the Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Silchar is as follows:

  • To excel in providing high quality Mathematical skills to undergraduate, post graduate and Ph. D. students.
  • To provide in significant research.
  • To attend the mathematical needs of the institute and the community.
  • To provide students (UG/PG) with a wide spectrum of valuable courses with rigorous training/tutorials that enables them to pursue their future.
  • To make Engineers to develop the mathematical thoughts and applying it to solve complex engineering problems, designing mathematical models to meet the requirements.
  • To encourage both research scholars and faculty members of the Department to be the exposures of different research environments in India and abroad.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of the Department of Mathematics

The program prepares students to teach Mathematics at the institute of higher education with gaining a strong basis on mathematical skills. The major educational objectives are:

  1. To use technology as significant aid in mathematics learning.
  2. To revisit the fundamental concepts principles of the discipline and strengthen them.
  3. To develop inter-disciplinary approach of learning between Mathematics and other disciplines.
  4. To encourage collaborative learning through group activities, hands-on learning and concretizing mathematical concepts.
  5. To provide motivation and support in research and development.
Programme Outcomes (POs) of the Department of Mathematics

The Program Outcomes (POs) of the Department of Mathematics are as follows:

  1. Understanding Ability Enhancement: To enable students to read and demonstrate an understanding of mathematical and/or statistical research literature.
  2. Problem Solving Ability Enhancement: Students will be able to identify mathematical and computational methods in order to solve comprehensive problems.
  3. Deductive Thinking: Students will be able to read and write logical arguments in order to prove advanced mathematical results.
  4. Effective Communication: Students will be able to effectively communicate mathematical concepts, problems and their solutions in written and oral form.
  5. Social Service: To learn to apply Mathematics in real life situations aiming at service to the society.
Contact

HOD: Dr. Santanu Roy
Phone: 09435372398
E-mail: santanuroy79@yahoo.in

Faculties


Associate Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435566071
Email: bijan@math.nits.ac.in, bijan_nath@yahoo.co.in

Associate Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435370512
Email: pijusde@rediffmail.com

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435372398
Email: santanuroy79@yahoo.in

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9864371472
Email: senmausumi@gmail.com

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435174712
Email: ramesh.ganti@gmail.com

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435176446
Email: kedar.iitr@gmail.com

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 8133042303
Email: praveen@math.nits.ac.in

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 8474078886
Email: maqboolkareem@gmail.com, maqbul@math.nits.ac.in

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 9435432427
Email: pankaj@math.nits.ac.in

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 0000
Email: juthika@math.nits.ac.in, mahanta.juthika@gmail.com

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 8811046446
Email: subrata@math.nits.ac.in

Assistant Professor
Department: MATHEMATICS
Phone: 8811046466
Email: raju@math.nits.ac.in

Academics


The Department of Mathematics was established along with the inception of the Institute. Ever since its establishment the Department has been striving to provide quality technical education and imbibe a sense of professionalism in its students.To achieve such high standards it has got an extremely competent faculty and well equipped laboratories. The Department lays special emphasis on research and developmental activities both on the part of the faculty as well as the students.

Projects Undertaken


Courses


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Research


  • Fuzzy set theory, Fuzzy mathematics, Fuzzy probability, Fuzzy topology, Multi set theory, soft set theory and rough set theory.
  • Mathematical modeling, uncertainty modeling, Fuzzy stochastic modeling.
  • Fuzzy optimization and Decision making.
  • Inverse Eigen valued problem, Integral Equation, Sequence space and Summability Theorem.
  • Real valued fuzzy double sequence space.
  • Operations research in crisp and Fuzzy environments.
  • Wave propagation in elastic medium, Finite element method, Theoretical seismology.
  • Graph theory and sequence space.
  • Complex analysis, Functional analysis and Modern algebra.
  • Elliptic PDEs and Stokes equation.
  • Functional differential equations.
  • Evolutionary optimization, Soft computing.
  • Mathematical modeling of biological problems.
  • Fractional calculus, numerical methods of ODE and PDE.
  • Spectral element methods for parabolic problems.
  • Computational fluid dynamics: Micro-nano fluidics Modeling.
  • Higher order compact scheme and multi-grid methods, Convective heat and mass transfer.

Head of the Department


Department of Mathematics
NIT Silchar,
Silchar, Assam-788010, India.
Phone: 09435372398.

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