Department of MATHEMATICS

The Department started its functioning in the year 2018 and is gradually emerging as an excellent Centre for Research and Teaching in the areas of Mathematical Modeling, Algebra, General Topology, Analysis, Cryptography, Inventory Model, Fuzzy Logic and Applications etc. under the active guidance of dedicated and experienced faculty members. Our Faculty Members have delivered invited talks and presented research papers in many Indian and foreign Universities so far. Eminent Mathematicians from many premier Indian institutions visited our Department and presented their innovative and interactive talks with the students and faculty members. The Department has introduced new courses in the field of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics to stand in the front line curriculum of the other Universities of the Country. The Faculty Members of the Department have a good track record keeping in view to have collaborative/interactive research work with many eminent Mathematicians across the Nation. The faculty members of the Department are also Reviewers/Referees of many National as well as International Mathematical Journals.

Program Outcomes(B.Sc.)


 PO-1: Knowledge and Problem Solving Acquire in-depth scientific knowledge of their discipline both in theory and practical, demonstrate basic skills, investigate, apply and solve the problems in a variety of contexts related to science and technology.
 PO-2: Communication and Teamwork - Develop skills to communicate effectively to diverse platforms and contribute meaningfully to different capacities as a leader, team member or individual.
 PO-3: Modern tools and techniques for Scientific Experiments – Apply modern tools and techniques to carry out scientific experiments accurately, record, analyze and predict the result for valid conclusion with clear understanding of limitations.
 PO-4: Logical thinking: Develop logical thinking and expertise with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, and systematic approach for proving or disproving the facts after mathematical formulation. with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, expression, and systematic approach
 PO-5: Skill development and Employability: develop elementary computing and soft skills toprepare students for industry, entrepreneurship and higher education with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, expression, and systematic approach.
 PO-6: Ethics and citizenship: Able to recognize different value systems and ethical principles; and commit to professional ethics, norms, and responsibilities of the science practice and act with informed awareness to participate in civic life activities.
 PO-7: Society, Environment and Sustainability: Enhance ability to elicit views of others and understand the impact of various solutions in the context of societal, economic, health, legal, safety and environment for sustainable development.
 PO-8: Life-long learning: Acquire fundamental knowledge for lifelong learning to participate in the extensive context of socio-technological change as a self-directed member and a leader.

Programme Specific Outcomes(B.Sc.)


 PSO-1:Acquire sound knowledge in the key areas of mathematics and demonstrate basic skills in Calculus, Algebra, Geometry, Real Analysis, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics, Complex Analysis and Linear Programming.
 PSO-2: Ability to Investigate and apply mathematical problems and solutions in variety of context related to science, technology and business & industry.
 PSO-3: Proficiency in programming skills and practical to further mathematical understanding and solve mathematical problems.
 PSO-4: Acquire good knowledge of suitable tools of mathematical analysis to solve specific theoretical and applied problems in advanced areas of mathematic and related sciences.
 PSO-5: Ability to present mathematics clearly and precisely, describe mathematical ideas from multiple perspectives and demonstrate generic skills helpful in employment, internships and social activities.

Program Outcomes(M.Sc.)


 PO-1: Disciplinary knowledge-Attain profound knowledge in Discipline with advanced concepts in science & technology to design the methodology suitable to the problem encountered and ability to apply the knowledge to solve real-life problems.
 PO-2: Research Skills- Attain Research Skills to analyze problems, formulate a hypothesis, evaluate, and validate results with the help of advanced tools and technology, and draw a logical conclusion.
 PO-3: Communication: Able to present scientific and technical information with clarity, conciseness, and correct manner in both oral and written presentation.
 PO-4: Leadership Skills: Ability to demonstrate leadership and work collaboratively as a part of a team in multidisciplinary settings.
 PO-5: Ethics: Attain the relevant knowledge and skills to identify unethical behavior and truthful actions in all aspects and demonstrate standard professional ethics in the discipline concerned.
 PO-6: : Lifelong Learning: Ability to seek new knowledge and skills and inculcate the habit of self-learning throughout life and adapting to contemporary demands of workplace.

Programme Specific Outcomes(M.Sc.)


 PSO-1:Understand the mathematical concepts and applications in the field of algebra, analysis, computational techniques, optimization, differential equations, engineering, finance and actuarial science.
 PSO-2: Handle the advanced techniques in algebra, analysis, computational techniques, optimization, differential equations, engineering, finance and actuarial science to analyze and design algorithms solving variety of problems related to real life problems.
 PSO-3: Adopt changing scientific environment in the process of sustainable development by using mathematical tools.
 PSO-4: Learn skills and expertise in the field of research and developments through seminar and dissertation.

PO, PSO and CO


PO, PSO and CO - B.Sc.(Mathematics)


PO, PSO and CO - M.Sc.(Mathematics)


PO, PSO and CO - Ph.D.


Programs

S.No. Course Name Duration Subject Seats Eligibilty Admission Procedure
1 B.Sc. (Hons.) 3 Years Mathematics 60 Min. 50% aggregate at 10+2 level with Mathematics from any recognized Board or equivalent organization Percentage Basis
2 M.Sc. 2 Years Mathematics 30 B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.Sc. under 10+2+3 pattern with Minimum 50 % marks in aggregate or equivalent with mathematics as one subject from recognized university/ institution. Percentage Basis
3 Ph. D. -- Mathematics As per the UGC Norms Minimum 55% in M. Sc. Through Entrance Exam

Scholarships

S. NO Name of Scholarship Eligibility % in class 12th * / 10th # / Graduation @ Scholarship Amount in (Rs)
BTech BBA / BCom(Hons) B. Sc.(Hons.) M.Sc.@ Diploma#
1 Shri OP Jindal Scholarship for Boys 90.01% & above 75000 55000 15000 10000 15000
2 85.01% & 90% 50000 35000 12000 8000 10000
3 80.01% to 85% 40000 25000 10000 6000 7500
4 Smt. Savitri Devi Jindal Scholarship for Girls 90.01% & above 75000 55000 15000 10000 15000
5 85.01% & 90% 50000 35000 12000 8000 10000
6 80.01% to 85% 40000 25000 10000 6000 7500
7 Shri Naveen Jindal Scholarship 75.01% to 80% 25000 15000 8000 4000 5000
8 Chancellor Scholarship 70.01% to 75 % 15000 10000 5000 2000 NA
9 60% to 70 % 12000 8000 3000 NA NA

* Aggregate of class XII(10+2) percentage of all subjects from any recognized board in case of B. Sc.(Hons.) program.

@ Aggregate Graduation percentage in case of M.Sc. program.

Note:

The scholarships are given on an annual basis. To continue the scholarships after the first year, the student will have to maintain a minimum prescribed academic performance during the course of the programme. The students selected for any of the above mentioned scholarships in the first year will have to complete the entire course of duration at OPJU only.

Privileges

S. NO Concession (%) Applicability
1 20% * Wards of Jindal Group Employee & Employee him/her self
Students from all OP Jindal School
Alumni and Real Brother/Sister of alumni as well as existing students
A candidate secured cutoff marks in SAT
2 20% Applicable in Hostel & Mess fee for female students if Availing Hostel facility
3 50% * Top 15 students of CIC-2021-22
4 40% * Lateral Entry students (Diploma Holders) seek admission in second year of B Tech Program.

Career Path

B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics:

  • Prepare for IIT JAM (Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.) entrance exam.

  • IIT JAM provides a chance to the aspirants to get admission in IITs and IISc for further studies.

  • M.Sc. (Maths)

  • M.Sc. Financial Mathematics and Computation

  • MA/M.Sc. Statistics

  • M.Sc. Statistics and Operational Research

  • Master of Data Science

  • MBA in Finance

  • Graduate Diploma in Mathematics and Statistics

  • Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

  • Charted Accountancy (CA)

  • Charted Financial Analyst (CFA)

  • Company Secretary (CS)

  • Financial Risk Manager (FRM)

M.Sc. Mathematics:

  • Lecturer in Mathematics

  • Scientific Officer (ISRO, DRDO)

  • Computer & IT

  • General Management

  • Data Science Modelers

  • Banking – Investment Banking

  • Statistical Research

  • Junior Research Fellow

  • Researcher and accountant

Faculty

S. NO Name Designation Email ID Contact
1 Dr. S.M. Hussain Associate Professor syed.hussain@opju.ac.in 8770464240
2 Dr. Saumya Singh Associate Professor saumya.singh@opju.ac.in 8103698224
3 Prof. Manas Ranjan Mishra Assistant Professor manas.mishra@opju.ac.in 8817870123
4 Dr. Swati Verma Assistant Professor swati.verma@opju.ac.in 7879248327
5 Dr. Debasmita Samal Assistant Professor debasmita.samal@opju.ac.in 7008545688
6 Mr. Chuleshwar Patel Lecturer chuleshwar.patel@opju.ac.in 8103556056

Research

  •  R. Sharma, S. M. Hussain and G. Mishra, Soret and Dufour effects on viscoelastic radiative and heat absorbing nanofluid driven by a stretched sheet with inclined magnetic field, Defect and Diffusion Forum, Vol. 388, pp. 223-245, 2018.
  •  M. R. Mishra, S. M. Hussain, R. Sharma and G. S. Seth, Effect of heat absorption on Cu-water based magneto-nanofluid over an impulsively moving ramped temperature plate, Bulgarian Chemical Communications, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 621-630, 2018.
  •  S. M. Hussain, R. Sharma, G. S. Seth, M. R. Mishra, Numerical and Statistical Analysis of MHD Boundary Layer Nanofluid Flow over an Exponentially Stretching Sheet, International Journal of Heat and Technology, Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. 1163-1173, 2018.
  •  S. M. Hussain, J. Jain, G. S. Seth and M. M. Rashidi, Free Convective Heat Transfer with Hall effects, Heat Absorption and Chemical Reaction over an Accelerated Moving Plate in a Rotating System, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Material, Vol. 422, pp. 112–123, 2017 (Elsevier).
  •  S. M. Hussain, R. Sharma, M. K. Mishra and G. S. Seth, Radiative magneto-nanofluid over an accelerated moving ramped temperature plate with Hall effects, Journal of Nanofluid, Vol. 6, No. 5, pp. 840-851, 2017.
  •  R. Sharma, S. M. Hussain, H. Joshi and G. S. Seth, Analysis of radiative magneto-nanofluid over an accelerated plate in a rotating medium with Hall effects, Diffusion Foundations, Vol. 11, pp 129-145, 2017.
  •   P. Sahoo and Saumya Singh, Coefficient Estimates for Some Subclasses of Analytic and Bi-Univalent Functions, published in Palestine J. Math., Vol. 6(Special Issue II)(2017), 112-116.
  •  P. Sahoo and Saumya Singh, On a Generalized Subclass of Analytic and Bi-Univalent Functions, published in Applied Nonlinear Analysis Volume 24(2017), Number 1, 82-90.x
  •  Syed M. Hussain, Rohit Sharma, Manas R. Mishra and Sattam S. Alrashidy: "Hydromagnetic Dissipative and Radiative Graphene Maxwell Nanofluid Flow Past a Stretched Sheet-Numerical and Statistical Analysis", Mathematics 2020, 8, 1929; doi:10.3390/math8111929.
  •  M. R. Mishra, S. M. Hussain, O. D. Makinde and G. S. Seth: "Stability analysis and multiple solutions of hydromagnetic dissipative flow over a stretching/shrinking sheet", Bulgarian Chemical Communications, Vol:52, no. 2, 2020.
  •  S. M. Hussain, R. Sharma, G. S. Seth and M. R. Mishra: "Thermal radiation impact on boundary layer dissipative flow of magneto-nanofluid over an exponentially stretching sheet", International Journal of Heat and Technology, Vol:36, no. 4, pp. 1163-1173, 2018.
  •  M. R. Mishra, S. M. Hussain, R. Sharma and G. S. Seth: "Effect of heat absorption on Cu-water based magneto-nanofluid over an impulsively moving ramped temperature plate", Bulgarian Chemical Communications, Vol:50, no. 4, pp. 621-630, 2018.
  •  M. K. Jena and M. R. Mishra: "A New Look at Compactly Supported Biorthogonal Riesz Bases of Wavelets", Int. J. of Intelligent system design and Computing. Vol:1, 2017.
  •  Swati Verma and Gulab Das, "An Efficient Proxy-Multi Signature Scheme Based On Discrete Logarithm Problem", International journal of creative Research Thoughts, Volume 9, Issue 8, pp: 818-823, (2021).
  •  Gauri Shanker Sao and Swati Verma, "Contraction, Lebesgue and Common Fixed Point Propertyof Fuzzy Metric Spaces" , International Journal of Discrete Mathematics, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pg:10-14, (2020).
  •  Swati Verma, S. N. Gupta, G. P. Banaj and G. S. Sao, A New Proxy Protected Signature Scheme Based on the Strong RSA Assumption. Journal of Research &Development. Vol. 7(Issue 06) October, pp. 21-25(2017).
  •  Swati Verma, Improvement of Merkle-Hellman Scheme using RSAProblem. International Journal of Current Research in Science and Technology,Vol. 2, No.1 (2017), 51–54. ISSN: 2394-5745(Special issue)
  •  D.Samal&A.Kalam “Analysis of Inventory Managementfor Agro and Organic Product Satisfying Customer with Maximum Profit Using EOQ model”, International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences & Technology (IJEAST), Vol 6, No.3, 114-117, (2021). ISSN 2455-2143.
  •  A.Swain, D.Samal&A.Kalam (2018) “EOQ as a Profit Maximised& Customer Satisfied Tool for Agro Industry Inventory Management”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), Vol 6, No.VI,498-501. ISSN2321-9653.

Internship/Placement


S. NO Name Course Name of Company/organization
1 ABHIPSA BEHERA M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
2 DIPALI PRADHAN M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
3 DEBARCHAN KAR M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
4 SUMITRA DAS M.Sc.(Chemistry) JSW Wasind
5 MANSI MISHRA B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
6 DIKSHA APAT B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
7 SIDDHI RAWAL B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
8 DEBASHREE RAGHUNANDAN M.Sc.(Chemistry) Alkem Laboratories Limited
9 SHAHINA YASHMIN M.Sc.(Chemistry) Alkem Laboratories Limited
10 ADITYA NARAYAN MOHANTY M.Sc.(Chemistry) JPL Tamnar

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