ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 2002. The Department has well qualified and experienced teaching faculty members. The department consists of 1 Professor and 18 Assistant Professors out of which 4 faculty members are Ph.D. holders and 6 are currently pursuing their Ph.D. programmes in various fields of Mathematics. The Department provides a strong foundation of Mathematical basics for all Engineering fields. The Department also handles the essential Mathematical subjects for M.E.,/ M.Tech., M.B.A, and M.C.A programmes. The faculty members dedicate themselves in academic, research and the students’ development for the institute. The area of specialization of the faculty members are fluid dynamics, differential equations, topology, digital topology, graph theory and queueing theory.
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- The Department of Mathematics organized a Faculty Development Programme on Applications of Engineering Mathematics - I during (18.07.2016 - 22.07.2016) to update their technical knowledge and teaching skills. It exposed the participants to cutting edge technologies, tools and professional practices.
- The Department of Maths as a part of Extension activity conducted Vedic Mathematics classes for students of Government Higher secondary school Kalapatti, Coimbatore on 27th and 28th Jan 2016.
- The Department of Maths, SNSCT organized an International seminar on “EMPLOYMENT OVERSEAS” exclusively for the first year students on 7th January 2017 at RNG Memorial Hall. Mr. Patrick Chakko Kakkasser, Department of Education & Training, Ashdale Secondary College, Western Australia delivered the Session.
- The Department of Maths, SNSCT organized an International seminar on “MECHANICAL DESIGN FOR REAL LIFE PROJECT” exclusively for the first year students on 7th January 2017 at MBA Seminar Hall. Mr. Jodish Thomas (Member of Engineers Australia) Engineering Consultant Rock field Technologies, Queensland, Australia delivered the Session.