The Vision of the Department is to develop expertise in Mathematics and to disseminate its uses as an effective tool for human development in the application of accreditation and quality standards. Teachers foster the development of problem solving and reasoning skills, through the use of Mathematical models and multiple representations (eg. Numerical, Graphical, Algebraic and Verbal). Students are provided the opportunity to demonstrate and apply skills knowledge and understanding in a variety of formats.
The Mission of the Department of Mathematics is to provide modern Scientific and quality education through an integrated and balanced education system. We encourage them to develop problem – solving abilities which transcend the confines of the field of Mathematics. Moreover the Department will contribute to the development of students as Mathematical thinkers and enabling them to become life Long learners to continue to grow in their chosen professions and to function as dynamic citizen of India.
Department of Mathematics was established in the academic year 2007 – 2008 with the introduction of the undergraduate course in mathematics with 15 students. The Postgraduate degree programme was started in the year 2016-2017. The aim is to offer enriching learning experiences to aspiring young women scholars and to ensure special talents in various domains of mathematics. At present the department has 159 students and 8 faculty members.
|Miss. A. Sudha, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.||Head of the Department|
|Mrs. G. Padma Karthiyayaini, M.Sc., M.Phil.,||Assistant Professor|
|Miss. S. Malathi, M.Sc., M.Phil., SET||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. K. Anita Blessie Rani, M.Sc., M.Phil., SET||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. J. Maheswari, M.Sc., M.Phil., SET||Assistant Professor|
Details of participation in seminars / conferences / workshop
University Rank Holders
|2010–2013||A.H. Zaithoon Beevi||13|
|2012–2015||F. Fahmidha Sheerin||9|
|2015–2018||Palayam Nafeesath Amina||7|
|M.Y. Thowlath Riswana||8|
Seminars / Workshops
Seminars and Workshops are part and parcel of educational activities. Conducting seminars among students helps us get more information about the particular seminar topic. Seminars also help us to convey the ideas and make students to think about new things.
|1.||14.09.2017||One day State Level Seminar on Recent Trends in Mathematics||Dr. V. Swaminathan, Co-ordinator, Ramanujan Research Centre in Mathematics, Saraswathi Narayanan College, Madurai.|
|Dr. S. Somasundaram, Professor, Department of Mathematics, M.S. University, Tirunelveli.|
|Dr. R. Baskaran, Principal, Infant Jesus College of Engineering, Keelavallanadu, Thoothukudi.|