Mathematics has many important applications in science and technology. The theoretical interest of its ideas and logical rigour of its methods together bring interest and knowledge in Mathematics. Mathematical knowledge plays a crucial role in the progress of society and its continued growth through the exchange of research ideas, the encouragement and teaching of the next generation of mathematical thinkers.

In view of exchanging mathematical ideas, IIT Indore started the Discipline of Mathematics in July 2009. The Institute has three different schools and the Discipline of Mathematics is functioning under the School of Basic Sciences. The present faculty members of the Discipline are well equipped to conduct research programmes in the following broad areas of Mathematics.

Those in academic or industrial fields who are motivated enough and desire to carry out quality research in Mathematics are encouraged to contact the concerned faculty for possible research work.

In the coming years, the Discipline will expand both in size and variety of expertise. The Discipline has already started Ph.D. Programme. It also plans to start a 2-year M.Sc. programme in Mathematics soon which will comprise number of basic compulsory courses and elective courses catering to the needs and interests of the students. As and when sufficient expertise in fields such as statistics, applied computing and informatics become available, the Discipline also envisages another programme with M.Sc. degree in these subjects which will be especially suitable for the needs of industry. Future plan of the Discipline also includes B. Tech. programme in Mathematics and Computing.

There are B. Tech. students who have strong interest in Mathematics which goes beyond the required B. Tech. courses in Mathematics. Provision can be made for such students to earn minor in Mathematics, which will be reflected in their degree certificate.

For further details, please click on the link to Mathematics homepage.
Discipline of Mathematics
     School of Basic Sciences
      School of Humanities and  Social Sciences
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