Department of Mathematics: Research


The Department of Mathematics offers Ph.D. degree to a limited number of candidates preferably in the areas of Algebra (Ring Theory), Discrete Mathematics (Graph Theory), Operator Theory, Topology, Queuing Theory, Sample Surveys, Coding Theory and Information Theory, and Differential Geometry. Admission to Ph.D. programme is possible at any time in the year through Departmental Research Committee (DRC). Limited number of Research Assistantships for Ph.D. students is available which is decided by the DRC as per rules of the University.

Some Recent Publications by Faculty

Minor Project

Sponsored Research Projects:

S.No. Title Funding Agency Duration Principal Investigator Total Grant (in lakhs)
1. Transparency of skew polynomial rings over Noetherian rings Department of Atomic Energy 3 Years(2010-2013) Dr. V. K. Bhat 10.29
2. Composition Operators & Dynamics of complex valued functions Department of Atomic Energy 3 Years(2009-2012) Dr. Ajay K. Sharma 8
3. Associated prime ideals and minimal prime ideals of skew polynomial rings UGC (2011-2013) Dr. V. K. Bhatt 2
4. Transient Solutions of Markovian Queuing Models With Customer Impatience and Retention of Reneged Customers UGC (2015-2018) Dr. Rakesh Kumar 9.89

Visiting Fellowship

Fellowship is offered for a limited period of time coinciding with a specific/multiple job(s) pertaining to teaching, research and specific project. Such positions may not be available all the time. Desirous candidates are required to consult the School's Director.

Research Scholars

Research Scholars' List