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Admissions Fall 2020

Admissions Announced for BS/Masters (2 Years)/BS 5th Semester/Diplomas/Certificates/MS/M.Phil/M.Sc (Hons)/Ph.D Degree Programs Fall 2020

  • Information about Entry Test for M.S/M.Sc (Hons)/M.Phil and Ph.D will be published soon on University Website.
  • Due to COVID-19 there is no Entry Test for BS/Diploma/Certificate/BS 5th Semester/M.A, M.Sc 2 Years programs.
  • Students having problem in filling Online Admission Form may come to the University and Help Desk (Provost Office) is available to facilitate them. (Also Open on Saturday & Sunday)

Last Date for Online Application is 10th August, 2020

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Department of Pure & Applied Mathematics


The Department of Pure & Applied Mathematics is a department of the Faculty of Basic & Applied Sciences and it has been established as an independent department in November 2016. Currently there are 4 Assistant professor and lecturers. The department intends to offer a variety of programs leading to both undergraduate and graduate degrees in traditional and applied mathematics. The Department is responsible for the teaching of graduate students within the Department and mathematics courses in all other departments within the University. Besides teaching, the Department also emphasizes on research. Faculty members conduct research in Fuzzy and Classical algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, modeling, and numerical analysis, mathematical biology and Graph theory with Applications. The detail about the research directions of the members of the Department can be found in their individual portal. The department has already attracted three foreign faculties who are expected to arrive by September 2017.

Department Mission Statement
Specifically our goals are:

  • to communicate the beauty, utility, and excitement of mathematics and to be at the frontiers of new discoveries;
  • to develop state of the art research environment both in pure and applied mathematics within the department;  
  • to encourage students in the belief that they gain most from the university experience by developing self-discipline, self-reliance and under appropriately supervised conditions, by giving full rein to their own creativity;
  • to embrace the notion that change such as is manifested in computer technology and educational reform can be beneficial, enhance learning and enrich the intellectual environment;
  • to be a resource in the mathematical sciences for other disciplines whose own activities have an ever-increasing need for the power of mathematics;
  • to work closely, not only with colleagues from other disciplines within the University, but also with colleagues from the local schools and community colleges who share the responsibility of ensuring the flow of a mathematically literate and confident generation of new Students;