Departmental profile Mathematics
Importance of the subject

It has been said that mathematics is the language of science. Importance of the subject of mathematics is described in the quotation saying “Mathematics is the queen of all sciences”. These statements are certainly not exaggerations, because mathematics is a systematic method of understanding problems and logical argument for resolving the solution. All the scientific developments of pure science subjects solely depend on mathematics. Especially the subjects like physics and technology become crippled without mathematics. All the branches and sub-branches of all the sciences have to rely on mathematics for their progress. Otherwise their growth will be stumble. A glance to history western countries, elaborates the significance and omnipresence of mathematics. Many great mathematicians were lived in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe, especially in Germany, France and England. The influential and statuesque mathematics that we see today is the fruit of the untiring efforts of these mathematicians. The strong basis of mathematics laid down the foundation for the rapid progress of technology in Europe. Development of technology is the pioneering factor in the industrial development and it eventually caused the prosperity in Europe. In the next two decades European countries achieved the spectacular success and trampled underfoot the whole world. All the credit must go to the evolution of mathematics.

Scope of the subject

Scope of the mathematics subject is all pervading. There is no field of life without mathematics. The subjects like commerce and economics cannot escape mathematics. We need to face mathematics at every stage of our daily routine. If we do not know simple calculation with numbers, then there is great chance that we will be deceived. The invention and evolution computers and internet in the last 50 years was impossible without mathematics. Mathematics is a compulsory subject from the primary education. The great Nepolean said “The development of a country depends on the development of mathematics”. The branches and sub-branches of mathematics are emerging day by day. One life is not sufficient to study only one branch of mathematics. In this era of technological evolution mathematics plays a key role. Applied subjects like engineering, economics, commerce, information and technology rely on mathematics. The branches of mathematics like calculus are tremendously applicable in dynamics, kinetics and kinematics. The subjects like operations research, game theory used in the decision making in industry. Modern mathematics like discrete mathematics, fuzzy logic, abstract algebra, topology, linear algebra is utilized in designing electronic devices like refrigerator and air conditioner. Even psychology and art also have their basis as mathematics. In the twentieth century, human brain has not only invented the atomic energy but conquered the solar system. Today all the fields of life need mathematics to flourish.

Establishment of the department

The department of the mathematics is established in June 2004. The required document namely the permission of government of Maharashtra is attached at the end.

UG Courses
Sr. No. Name of the UG Course Year of establishment
1 B. Sc. I June 2004
2 B. Sc. II June 2005
3 B. Sc. III June 2006
Former heads / Teachers list and their contributions
Sr. No. Name of the teacher Designation Duration
1 Mr. Anant Nivruttarao Patil Lecturer (CHB) 2009
2 Mr. J. S. Shinde Assistant Teacher Till date
3 Mr. Vidyadhar Vitthalrao Nalawade Assistant Professor 8/8/2011 till the date
Achievement of department in brief

The department of the mathematics has many notable achievements. The following are some prominent achievements:

  • 5 students promoted to pursue the higher education in mathematics.
  • The number of students seeking the mathematics subject for the graduation is increased considerably.
Facilities available in brief

The Following facilities are available in the department:

  • Separate cabin for the department.
  • Computer laboratory
  • Departmental library
  • Computer with internet facility
  • Printer

Best Practices

The following are the best practices of the department of mathematics:
• Demonstration of complex concepts in the subject on ICT based tools like smart board and models.
• Study tours and visits to the places where mathematics is used.


Future plan should be student centric and promoting research culture in the department.

The following planning has been made for the next academic year 2019-20:
• To increase the number of students in the department.
• To prepare the models and study material.
• To purchase software MATLAB, Mathematika etc.
• To start a certificate course in Insurance Mathematics and LATEX.
• To design small projects related to the curriculum.
• To arrange guest lectures regularly.