The Department of Mathematics has been instrumental in the functioning of the college since its inception in 1989. Since 2016, the department is offering B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics.


  • The course is designed in such a manner that the students are taught the theoretical concepts in the lecture classes and then they are exposed to the practical concepts using the available software.
  • The department offers ample opportunities to students to explore and pursue research interests.


  • To promote the establishment of centre of excellence in upcoming areas of science technology to imbibe the essence of innovation among faculty and students
  • To skill students to model and solve complex real world problems and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.
  • To provide value based education by initiating social activities.

The Department of Mathematics is Currently Running B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics under CBCS Mode.

The Department of Mathematics at present has a well equipped lab with 30 high-speed P-IV computers with broadband internet facility. The systems are installed with mathematical and statistical software such as MATLAB and SPSS. The department is in the process of expanding the infrastructure facilities by adding on with another lab with 30 more such systems.

Internet facilities for Staff & Students: The Department has about 30 systems with Internet facility. They are available for both staff and students to access web.

The Department has a duly elected Departmental council with the name “RAMANARYA”. The council conducts lectures and seminars by eminent mathematicians on regular basis. The following are the office bearers

  • President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

Projects Completed:

  • Biochemical evaluation of sprouted fenugreek seeds for nutraceutical management of type-2 diabetes using in vitro assays. Funding Authority: University of Delhi, Grant: Rs 5Lakh
  • Low cost solar inverter- A stand alone system for the households. Funding Authority: University of Delhi, Grant: Rs 5Lakh.
  • An automatic irrigation system sensing soil moisture content using self-made sensor for efficient use of resources and optimum flow of water in the fields. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 5Lakh.