|Name and Qualifications||Designation||
Area of Specialisation
|Experience (in years)|
|Dr (Ms) Jaya G.Choudhury, M.Sc Ph.D||Selection Grade Lecturer, HOD||Statistics||12.04.83|
|Ms Nivedita Chakravorty, M.Sc M.Phil||Selection Grade Lecturer||Algebra and Mathematics Edn||16.04.86|
|Ms Rilana Lamar, M.Sc||Lecturer||Pure Mathematics||15.02.99|
|Mr. Splendour R. S. Sawkmie||01.07.14|
|Mr. Bharat Borah||01.07.14|
Avenues and Prospects:
The scopes of Mathematics are immense. It is a functional subject for all sciences (subject), technology and also for all analytical model-building activities across a wide range of sectors. The study of the subjects develops a variety of skills, which may include, an analytical and rigorous approach to problem solving, an ability to formulate physical theories in mathematical terms, designing and conducting observational and experimental studies and developing logical thinking power. There are a variety of job options available such as:
- Research Scientists in Mathematics.
- Operational Researchers.
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Financial risk analyst.
- Investment analyst.
- Chartered accountants.
- Corporate financer.
- Market researcher.
- Bank jobs/ Banker.