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Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Mathematical Sciences (FMS) is a diverse and vibrant academic unit, of AKS University, consisting of expertise in Mathematics that offers a wide variety of courses and degree options in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics at the Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. levels. The Faculty of Mathematical Sciences is engaged in outstanding research in Pure and Applied Mathematics.

We are enthusiastic about the Mathematical Sciences and are proud of the quality of education, and research at FMS.

1.       Name of course/ subject:

  • 3 Years B.Sc.(Mathematics/Computer Science)
  • 2 Years M.Sc.(Mathematics/Computer Science)
  • Ph.D.(Fluid Mechanics/Bio-Fluid Mechanics/Cosmology)


2.   Minimum eligibility qualification for admission to course/subject:


  • Minimum qualification for admission in B.Sc. – 45% marks (or above) in 10+2 in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Comp.
  • Minimum qualification for admission in  B.Sc.  –  50%  marks  (or above) in B.Sc. (Mathematics/Computer Science)
  • M.Sc. (with Mathematics) for admission in Ph.D. - 50% marks (or above) in M.Sc. (Mathematics)


3.   Duration of course:

  • The B.Sc. academic program is 3 years long. Each year is divided into two semesters. The entire program consists of 6
  • The M.Sc. academic program is 2 years long. Each year is divided into two semesters. The entire program consists of 4


4.   Present & future prospective of the course:

   B.Sc./M.Sc. mathematics course has influence over various fields such as science, engineering, finance, statistics and computing. The study of mathematics can be classified into two types :

  • Applied mathematics
  • Pure mathematics


   B.Sc./M.Sc. computer science course focuses on the discipline of computer science. The course covers important topics related to computer science such as – coding, programming languages, computer hardware and software, networking, database management, information technology, mathematics, statistics and electronics.


5.   Job opportunity:


  • mathematics graduates have excellent employment opportunities (both Government and private) available in front of them. Some of the prime recruiters are –
    • Schools
    • Colleges
    • Coaching Centers
    • Banks
    • Government Organizations
    • Financial Institutes
    • IT Firms
    • Research Firms
    • Consultancies


  • Computer Science graduates have both government and private job opportunities available in front of them. Some of the prime recruiters are –
    • Software companies
    • MNCs (Technical support wing)
    • MNCs (IT wing)
    • IT companies
    • Banks
    • Consultancies
    • Educational institutes
    • Relevant Government departments
    • Software engineer
    • Software developer
    • System admin
    • IT officer
    • Consultant


After completing M.Sc., one may go for further advanced programs like – M.Phil. in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Mathematics. Pursuing advanced courses will help one in building a career in the following sectors –

  • Teaching (Lecturer at Colleges and Universities)
  • Research


6.   Career growth

The demand for mathematics experts has grown exponentially in a number of careers—and so has the interest in these jobs. In fact, mathematician, actuary, and statistician jobs are among the most promising career paths based on their income levels, growth outlook, and low-stress work.


7.   Anything special-qualitative

The regular route for a student is a three-year B.Sc. course followed by a two-year M.Sc. programme in mathematics, after which she or he could join a doctoral programme in a recognized university or research institution like TIFR in Mumbai, IMSc in Chennai, HRI in Allahabad. Interestingly, all these are autonomous aided institutions that are fully supported by the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) of the Government of India.