## MATHEMATICS

- INTRODUCTION
- COURSE
- CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- COLLEGES
- ENTRANCES
- COLLEGES IN ABROAD
- SKILL SET
- ELIGIBILITY
- SPECIALISATION
- ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Mathematics is a field of study concerned with topics such as numbers, space, time, equations, fractions, geometrical shapes, and their relationships.

Mathematicians utilize their extensive knowledge of mathematics to observe the relationships between mathematical principles and create mathematical models, to solve real world problems.

Math is all around us, in everything we do. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, including mobile devices, architecture (ancient and modern), art, money, engineering, and even sports.

It is so designed that, on successful completion, the students will be able to pursue higher studies in the areas of **Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematical Physics, etc., or take up a career in applications of Mathematics****. **

- BA./B. Sc in Mathematics for 3 year
- BE./ B.Tech. in Mathematics/ B.Math for 4 years
- Integrated Program in M.Sc. Mathematics for 5 years

- Defence
- Big Data analysts
- Actuarial scientist
- Teacher/ Professor
- Indian Economics
- Investment banker
- Logistics co-ordinator
- Financial mathematics
- Job opportunities in ISRO
- Mathematician Researcher
- Operations Research Analysts
- Aeronautical research (National Aeronautics Limited)

**Delhi University, Delhi**

- Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics
- Eligibility: Minimum 60% in Mathematics in 12th class and 60% aggregate in best 4 including math and English as a compulsory subject.
- Selection Process: Marks Based

**St. Stephens College, Delhi**

Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics

- The student should have studied Mathematics in class 12.
- Those students who studied only business mathematics are not eligible for admission.
- Best Four Subjects should include Mathematics along with a language
- Selection Process: Marks of Class 12 (85%) +Aptitude Test (10%) +Interview (5%)

**Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Bangalore**

- Course: B. Math (Hons.)
- Eligibility: 10+2 with Mathematics and English as subjects
- Selection Process: Entrance Test

**CMI (Chennai Mathematical Institute), Chennai**

- Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Computer Science
- Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Physics
- Selection Process: Entrance Test

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** ****Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh**

- Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics
- Eligibility: Passed 10+2 with at least 55% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics.
- Selection Process: Entrance Test

**The Institute of Mathematics and Applications, Bhubaneswar**

- Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Computing
- Eligibility: Candidate must have passed/appeared Higher Secondary Examination or equivalent from any stream with Mathematics and English as a subject,
- Selection Process: Entrance Test

**Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi**

- Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics
- Eligibility: Passed 10+2 with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in the subjects Physics, Maths plus any one of the following: Chemistry, Statistics, Geology, Computer Science, Informatics practices and Geography.
- Selection Process: Entrance exam (BHU UET)

**Fergusson College, Pune**

- Course: B.A. Mathematics
- Eligibility: Passed 10+2 Mathematics in Higher Secondary
- Selection Process: Marks Based

** ****Panjab University, Chandigarh**

- Course: B.Sc. in Mathematics
- Eligibility: Should have passed 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks with Mathematics as one of the subjects
- Selection Process: Entrance test (75%) + Marks of 12th Class (25%)

College |
Location |

Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) | Multiple |

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT's) | Multiple |

BITS Pilani | Multiple |

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) | Bangalore |

Indian Institute of Social Education & Research (IISER) | Multiple |

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences | Chennai |

St. Stephen's College | Delhi |

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research | Multiple |

National Institute for Science Education and Research (NISER) | Bhubaneswar |

Chennai Mathematical Institute | Chennai |

Delhi Technological University (DTU) | New Delhi |

Loyola College | Chennai |

St. Xavier's College | Mumbai |

Wilson College | Mumbai |

St. Xavier's College | Kolkata |

Ashoka University | Delhi NCR |

Banaras Hindu University | Varanasi |

Christ University | Bangalore |

Fergusson College | Pune |

Hans Raj College | Delhi |

Hindu College | Delhi |

Miranda House | Delhi |

Madras Christian College | Chennai |

Presidency University | Kolkata |

Ramjas College | Delhi |

Entrance test list |

JEE Main (Paper 1) |

JEE Advanced |

ISI Admission Test |

IISER Aptitude Test |

National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) |

CMI Entrance Exam |

Christ University |

Ashoka University |

BHU UET |

Institution |
Location |

Harvard University | United States |

University of Cambridge | United Kingdom |

University of Oxford | United Kingdom |

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) | United States |

Stanford University | United States |

University of California, Berkeley | United States |

Princeton University | United States |

University of California, Los Angeles | United States |

ETH Zurich | Switzerland |

University of Chicago | United States |

Imperial College London | United Kingdom |

National University of Singapore | Singapore |

Imperial College London | United Kingdom |

University of Toronto | Canada |

Ecole Polytechnique | France |

University of Tokyo | Japan |

The University of Hong Kong | Hong Kong |

- Critical thinking
- Problem solving
- Analytical thinking
- Quantitative reasoning
- Communication
- Time management
- Ability to manipulate precise and intricate ideas
- Advanced numeracy and analyzing large quantities of data
- Construct logical arguments and expose illogical arguments
- Analyzing and interpreting data, finding patterns and drawing conclusions
- Approaching problems in an analytical and rigorous way, formulating theories and applying them to solve problems

- Clear Class XII in Science stream with Maths
- Maths is a compulsory subject in Class 12
^{th} - Most colleges have eligibility criteria of minimum 60% in Mathematics in 12th class and 60% aggregate in best 4 including math and English as a compulsory subject.

- Mathematician (Actuarial Science)
- Applied Mathematician
- Computational Mathematician
- Cryptologist
- Financial Mathematician
- Statistician

- Using professional mathematical software in order to create programmes to carry out mathematical tasks
- Staying abreast of the new mathematical advancement and developing innovative mathematical study
- Creating innovative principles and mathematical principles to improve mathematical study
- Creating customized solutions to business matters using advanced and subsist techniques as well as recommending innovative ways to evaluate data.
- Sharing the results of new research through writing reports on the work progress
- Learning and using new methods to find answers
- Finding more refined perceptions into existing data
- Requesting applications for financing
- Presenting outcome to senior members at seminars/conferences
- Get together with clients during the projects to share ideas and outcomes