Department of Mathematics

What is mathematics?

Mathematics is a versatile and effective instrument; it is the subject of logical sequence. Learning mathematics is always proceeds from simple to complex and from concrete to abstract. Mathematics accelerates a nation’s social, economic, and technological growth. The society of today requires an increasing amount of mathematical expertise on the part of its citizens. As a result, the graduates must be prepared with a solid statistical foundation.

Linear Algebra, Groups, Rings, Fields, Vector Spaces, Vector Algebra, Vector Calculus, Real Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Complex Analysis, Differential Equations, Calculus, and Advanced Calculus, among other subjects, are covered in depth in the mathematics curriculum, allowing students to apply their mathematical interests to other academic pursuits.

Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers”
                                – Shakuntala Devi, Indian Mathematician and Human calculator

Highlights of the Department

  • The Department of Mathematics would like to extend a warm welcome to you. It is one of Mary Matha College’s oldest departments. It offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. To accommodate UG and PG programmes, the department has intellectual and diverse teaching faculty.
  • The department has an involved club called Skyline Math, which actively organizes conferences, Guest lectures, and intercollegiate meetings each year and encourages students to engage in different college programmes and competitions.
  • Students can gain problem-solving abilities, teamwork, curriculum organization, and independent decision-making skills through this math club, and these skills can help them develop into well-educated human beings.
  • We provide outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate mathematics education and research opportunities. Join us in exploring these opportunities.

It is clear that the chief end of mathematical study must be to make the students think”
-John Wesley Young, American mathematician

Mathematical career prospects

  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Careers in banking, Railways, TNPSC & UPSC
  • Actuarial careers
  • Statistician careers
  • Careers in academic and research
  • Engineering
  • Meteorology
  • Teaching in school and College level.

Life is a math equation. In order to gain the most, you have to know how to convert negatives into positives

Course Details




B.Sc (Mathematics)

3 Years

A Pass in +2 (Or) Equivalent with Maths as one of their subjects in HSC

M.Sc (Mathematics)

2 Years

Graduation in Mathematics or Equivalent

Students Strength


I Year

II Year

III Year