WELCOME TO MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT
VISION
To keep the flame of mathematics burning even in the rural area and resourceless environment by maintaining the low cost quality education matching to college’s vision and through the dedication in mathematics.
To emerge as a National Center of learning, academic excellence, and innovative research in this rural area.
MISSION
To produce postgraduate students with strong foundation to join research and to serve in the Society.
To make student competent in the life that they can never be defeated in the transforming scenario.
To achieve the high standards of excellence in generating and propagating mathematical knowledge.
To provide an environment where students can learn, become competent users of mathematics, and understand the use of mathematics in other disciplines.
To create an atmosphere conductive to high class research and to produce researchers with clear thinking and determination, who can become experts in future in relevant areas of Mathematics.
GOAL
Guiding the students for an overall development to meet the ever growing challenges of the society with Mathematical tools.
To give the individual an understanding of ideas and operations in number and quantity needed in daily life.
To enable the individual to apply his mathematics to a wide range of problems that occur in daily life.
To enable the student to acquire and develop mathematical skills and attitude to meet the demands of (i) daily life (ii) future mathematical work and (iii) work in the related fields of knowledge.
OBJECTIVE
To acquire knowledge and understanding of the terms, concepts, principles, processes, symbols and mastery of computational and other fundamental processes that are required in daily life and for higher learning in mathematics.
To apply mathematical knowledge and skills to solve problems that occur in daily life as well as the problems related to higher learning in mathematics or allied areas.
To develops ability to analyze, to draw inferences, and to generalize from the collected data and evidence.
To apply mathematical knowledge and skills to solve real mathematical problems by developing abilities to analyze, to see interrelationship involved, to think and reason.
To develop necessary skills to work with modern technological devices such as calculations, computers, etc.
ACHIEVEMENTS
Post graduate course in Mathematics from 201718.
Published more than 20 Research Papers in reputed journals.
Authored 02 and coauthored 07 textbooks for B.Sc. (Mathematics).
Research Guide and 02 Research candidate registered till today.
01 candidate Sri Ramnarayan Dewangan passed NET exam.
Many Alumni hold Gazette officer post or hold equivalent posts.
Many teachers serving in Rural and Tribal areas of the State.
Many students are serving in Police, Railway, Coaching, ICDS, Postoffice, Panchayat, Social Servicing, Teaching and Laboratory.
Organizing on 12.01.2020, Madhav Mathematics Competition Exam, 36 competitors.
Selection of 02 students (Preeti and Minakshi) iin 201920 and 01 student (Daneshwar Prasad) in 202021 for MTTS program.
LIST OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
1. K. K. Dewangan, Rohit Kumar Verma; Fixed point theorems for modified Fcontraction mappings, Int. J. Math. Arch. 12(5)(2021), 1722, eISSN: 22295046, www.inma.info
2. R.K. Verma, H.K.Pathak; Common Fixed Point theorems in Complex Valued Metric Space and Application, Thai Journal of Mathematics Volume 17(2019) Number 1: 75–88, http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th eISSN:16860209
3. Rohit Kumar Verma, Fixed point theorems using (CLCS) property in complex valued $b$metric spaces, Facta. Universitatis Ser. (Math & Computer)32(3)(2017), pp.269292, eISSN:03529665 http://casopisi.junis.ni.ac.rs/index.php/FUMathInf/article/view/945doi:10.22190/FUMI1703269V
4. R. K. Verma, common fixed points in complexvalued bmetric spaces satisfying a set of rational inequalities, Int. Jour. Math. Arch. 7(10)(2016), 2016, 143150 eISSN2229–5046 http://www.ijma.info/index.php/ijma/article/view/4484
5. R.K. Verma, H.K.Pathak; Common Fixed Point Theorems Using Property (E.A) in ComplexValued Metric Spaces, Thai Journal of Mathematics, 11(2)(2013),347355, http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th eISSN: 16860209
6. R.K. Verma, H.K. Pathak, Solution of nonlinear integral equations via fixed point of generalized contractive condition, Mat. Vesnik 64(3)(2012),223–231, https://www.emis.de/journals/MV/123/mv12305.pdf
7. R.K. Verma, H.K. Pathak, Common fixed point theorems for occasionally converse commuting mappings in symmetric spaces, Kathmandu Univ. J. Sci., Eng. And Tech. 7(1)(2011), https://www.nepjol.info/index.php/KUSET
8. H.K. Pathak, RodríguezLópez, Rosana, R. K. Verma, A common fixed point theorem of integral type using implicit relation, Nonlinear Funct. Anal. Appl. 15(2010), no. 1, 1–12,
9. H.K. Pathak, R. K., Verma, Common fixed point theorems for weakly compatible mappings on Menger space and application, Int. J. Math. Anal.(Ruse) 3(2009), no. 2124, 1199–1206, http://www.mhikari.com/ijma/ ISSN: 13128876 (print), ISSN:13147579 (online), doi:10.12988/ijma
10. H. K. Pathak, R. K., Verma, An integral type implicit relation for converse commuting mappings, Int. J. Math. Anal. (Ruse) 3(2009),no. 2124, 1191– 1198 http://www.mhikari.com/ijma/ ISSN:13128876 (print), ISSN: 13147579 (online), doi:10.12988/ijma
11. H. K. Pathak, R. K. Verma, Integral type contractive condition for converse commuting mappings, Int. J. Math. Anal. (Ruse) 3(2009), no. 2124, 1183– 1190 http://www.mhikari.com/ijma/ ISSN:13128876 (print), ISSN: 13147579 (online), doi:10.12988/ijma
12. H. K. Pathak, R. K. Verma, B. Fisher, Fixed point and coincidence point theorems on Banach spaces over topological semifields and their applications, Thai J. Math. 7(2009), no. 1, 115–127, http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th
13. H. K. Pathak, R. K. Verma, Coincidence and common fixed points in symmetric spaces under implicit relation and application. Int. Math. Forum3(2008), no. 2932, 1489–1499, 54H25 (47H10) MR2447641, http://www.mhikari.com/imfpassword2008/29322008/vermaIMF29322008.pdf
14. H. K. Pathak, R. K. Verma, weakly compatible mappings and Altman type contraction, Filomat 2:1 (2008), 33–46 http://www.doiserbia.nb.rs/Article.aspx?ID=035451800801031P#.YMBJGfkzY2w
15. H.K. Pathak, R. RodriguezLopez,R.K. Verma, A common fixed point theorem using implicit relation and property(EA) in metric space, Filomat 21(2)(2007), 211234, http://www.doiserbia.nb.rs/Article.aspx?ID=035451800702211P#.YHV9RugzY2w
16. H. K. Pathak, R. K., Verma, S.M. Kang, M.S. Khan, Fixed points for weak compatible type and parametrically φ(ε,δ;a)contraction mappings, Int. J. Pure Appl. Math. 26(2006),no. 2, 247–263, https://ijpam.eu/ISSN13118080, eISSN13143395.
17. R. K. Verma, Rakesh Tiwari and Pratik Singh Thakur, Algebra of $alpha$ fuzzy subgroup and Lagrange's Theorem, Int. Jour. Creative Res. Thoughts, vol.10, Issue3, March2022, b8b12 ISSN 23202882 www.ijcrt.org
The department of Mathematics offers two courses. One for under graduate course and another for postgraduate course:
Programmes being offered by the department:
Name of the programme 
Main Subject 
Category 
Duration 
Annual Intake 
Start from 
M.Sc. Mathematics 
Mathematics 
PG (Science) 
4 Semesters 
25 (Nature of CourseGovernment) 
201718 
B.Sc. 
Mathematics (Alongwith Physics and Chemistry) 
UG (Science) 
3 years 
60 (Nature of courseGovernment) 
199091 
Details of Post:
Name of the post 
Sanctioned 
Filled 
Vacant 
Professor 
01 
00 
01 
Assistant Professor 
01 
01 
00 
LIST OF RESEARCH SCHOLERS FOR PhD IN MATHEMATICS
UNDER THE GUIDEDR. ROHIT KUMAR VERMA 
S.N. 
NAME 
1 
KULESHWARI DESHMUKH

2 
PRATIK SINGH THAKUR
