PO 1. Critical Thinking
1.1. Acquire the ability to apply the basic tenets of logic and science to
thoughts, actions and interventions.
1.2. Develop the ability to chart out a progressive direction for actions and interventions by learning to recognize the presence of hegemonic ideology within certain dominant notions.
1.3 Develop self-critical abilities and also the ability to view positions, problems and social issues from plural perspectives.
PO 2. Effective Citizenship
2.1. Learn to participate in nation building by adhering to the principles of
sovereignty of the nation, socialism, secularism, democracy and the values
that guide a republic.
2.2. Develop and practice gender sensitive attitudes, environmental awareness, empathetic social awareness about various kinds of marginalisation and the ability to understand and resist various kinds of discriminations.
2.3. Internalise certain highlights of the nation’s and region’s history. Especially of the freedom movement, the renaissance within native societies and the project of modernisation of the post-colonial society.
PO 3. Effective Communication
3.1. Acquire the ability to speak, write, read and listen clearly in person and
through electronic media in both English and in one Modern Indian
3.2. Learn to articulate, analyse, synthesise, and evaluate ideas and situations in a well-informed manner.
3.3. Generate hypotheses and articulate assent or dissent by employing both reason and creative thinking.
PO 4. Interdisciplinarity
4.1. Perceive knowledge as an organic, comprehensive, interrelated and
integrated faculty of the human mind.
4 4.2. Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development as a basic interdisciplinary concern of all disciplines.
4.3. Develop aesthetic, social, humanistic and artistic sensibilities for problem solving and evolving a comprehensive perspective.
PSO 1: Understand the basic concepts and tools of Mathematical logic, Set theory,
Number theory, Geometry, Calculus, Algebra, Abstract structures,
Linear Algebra, Analysis, Laplace transforms, Fourier series, Graph theory,
and Optimization and methods of proofs.
PSO 2: Model real world problems into Mathematical problems and find solutions and understand the application of Mathematics in other Sciences and Engineering.
The Department of Mathematics started in 1995 with Dr. Ajitha .V as the head of the department. From the very beginning of the college itself, three year B.Sc Maths degree course has been conducted and in 2001 October it became a Post Graduate Department with the introduction of M.Sc degree course. Now the department has five permanent teachers. Two of the faculty members are PhD holders and one M Phil holder.
To understand and experience the harmony existing in the universe and express it through numbers and its infinite possibilities.
To empower students to deal with the world of numbers and intervene in the real world for creating common good for all.
|1||Anoop.T.V||IIT Madras, Chennai|
|2||Athul .P||Hyderabad Central University|
|3||Asif Navas.K.R||Hyderabad Central University|
|4||Riyas M||Hyderabad Central University|
|5||Neenu .P Sunny||Pondicherry University|
|6||Jinsha Puthiyedath||Pondicherry University|
|7||Silja .C||Pondicherry University|
|8||Revathy .C||Pondicherry University|
|9||Arun Das .V.P||Pondicherry University|
The department has computer lab with 20 desk top computers with internet facility. There is a well stocked department library for students pursuing M.Sc programme.
|Grades||Number of students|
|Year||Name||Rank / Grade|
|Year||Name||Rank / Grade|
|2015-17||Ambili K||95.00(Uty.First Rank)|
|2015-17||Anusree M||93.20(Uty. Third Rank)|
|2017-19||Anil M.V||97.95(Uty. Third Rank)|
|2019-21||Akhila Aneesh K.K||98.85(Uty First Rank)|
|2019-21||Hiran Das P||98.40(Uty Second Rank)|
|2004||Anoop T V|
|2011||Rajesh U K|
|2011||Remna K P|
|2014||Dileep Kumar M|
|2015||Asif Navas K R|
|2016||Prajil K V|
|2017||Shijin T V|
|2019||Anjali P K|
|2019||Ashish Chandran P|
|2020||Anuranj K K|
BSc students of Mahatma Gandhi College, Iritty interacted with Prof. K Parthasarathy (Former Director, Ramanujan Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, Chennai) at Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Kannur University on 1.4.2022. Dr Muraleedharan T K, Head of the Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Kannur University also involved in the discussion.