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All about B.Sc Mathematics

All about B.Sc Mathematics

Last updated: 23 Jun 2020


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Introduction to Mathematics

Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. Mathematics is all around us and in everything we do. It acts as a building block of everything that we use in our daily lives, like mobile services, architecture, art, money, engineering and even sports.

Since the beginning of civilization mathematics has played a crucial-roles in our lives. The need for mathematics arose from the wants of society. The more complex a society, the more complex the mathematical needs. As civilisations developed mathematics began to work with geometry, which uses computer areas and volumes to make angular measurements and has many practical applications. Geometry is used in everything from home construction to fashion and interior design.

Few lines about B.Sc Mathematics

B.Sc Mathematics is a 3-year undergraduate academic degree that is divided into 6 semesters. The aim of the course is to develop mathematical skills among the students and make them expert mathematicians. The mathematics subject is always studied in combinations in the bachelor level. The course trains the students with in-depth knowledge of geometry, trigonometry, calculus and other theories. The course also explores related topics like computer science and statistics.

Combinations for B.Sc Mathematics

The B.Sc Mathematics course is studied in combination with other related subjects. Some of the important combinations available for B.Sc Mathematics course are:

  • B.Sc Mathematics Honours
  • B.Sc Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
  • B.Sc Physics, Mathematics, Electronics
  • B.Sc Economics, Mathematics, Statistics
  • B.Sc Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics
  • B.Sc Computer Science, Mathematics, Electronics
  • B.Sc Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science

Eligibility for B.Sc Mathematics

The students who have passed with subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Electronics, Statistics with 50% aggregate in their PUC or 10+2 from recognised board are eligible to apply for B.Sc Mathematics.

Admission Process

The students who are interested to join B.Sc Mathematics can follow two types of admission procedures. First one is merit-based admission and second one is direct admission.

1. Merit Admission

There are many reputed institutes that conduct institution-based entrance exams for selection of students. This method is referred to as merit-based admissions. The main aim of the entrance exam is to filter the serious and deserving students from the flock of non-serious candidates. The students who qualify the entrance exams are selected for merit seats under the merit admission process.

2. Direct Admission

The students also have another mode admission called direct admission. Under this the students can get direct admissions to the desired colleges without any entrance exams. The students under this procedure, have special provisions where they are exempted from appearing for any entrance exams. Another advantage of direct admission is that the students can choose their desired colleges and get confirmed admissions in them even before the commencement of the academic year. The interested students can contact the educational advisory centres to get more information about direct admissions.

What do the students of B.Sc Mathematics study?

The students of B.Sc Mathematics will study the following subjects in their undergraduate course:

  • Calculus
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Analytical Solid geometry
  • Differential Equations
  • Real Analysis
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Mechanics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Linear Programming & its Applications
  • Complex Analysis
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Group Theory
  • Matrices
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Fourier Analysis
  • Metric Space
  • Ring Theory
  • Statistics

Career and Scope for B.Sc Mathematics

After completing B.Sc Mathematics the students can join to master’s degree in mathematics (M.Sc Mathematics). After completing their master’s they can go for further advanced programmes like M.Phil and PhD in mathematics. Pursuing advanced courses will help the students to build a career in teaching and research. The students can also join MBA, PGDM, PG Diploma in Banking, Actuarial Science courses etc.

Further the B.Sc Mathematics graduates have both government and private job opportunities available in front of them. They can join in different areas such as:

  • Schools
  • Colleges
  • Coaching Centres
  • Banks
  • Government Organisations
  • Financial Institutes
  • IT Firms
  • Research Firms
  • Consultancies

Earning Potential for B.Sc Mathematics graduates

The fresh mathematics graduate will be earning around 4 lakhs to 5 lakhs per annum. The experienced professionals will be earning easily around 5 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum.

Recruiters Hiring B.Sc Mathematics Graduates

Some of the important recruiters hiring B.Sc Mathematics Graduates are:

  • IT Firms
  • Schools and Colleges
  • Banks
  • Financial Institutions
  • Loan Companies
  • Statistical Companies
  • Government Organisations
  • Research Organisations
  • Stock Exchanges

Concluding Words

Mathematics is considered as the universal subject as it is required everywhere. The skilled mathematics professionals are required in different areas especially in finance and insurance companies. Mathematics plays a key important role in these areas. The students who have the passion towards numbers can join the B.Sc Mathematics course and get lucrative jobs in the field that fetches them good salaries.

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