Ph.D. or a Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics is a minimum of a three-year program. It can extend to a maximum of 5-6 years. The minimum qualifications for a doctoral degree in Mathematics are an M.Sc. degree in Mathematics or Physical Sciences with at least 55% marks in aggregate or 5.5 CGPA on the 10 pointer scale. B. Tech candidates from any discipline with a similar percentage can also apply.
Mathematics has great practical application in real life. It helps us to solve everyday problems quickly with the help of some derivative formulas. It also plays a crucial role in engineering and other technical courses.
The department of Mathematics at GIET University provides doctoral candidates with an opportunity to use theoretical and computational research methods to solve various problems. Candidates attain high-level research skills and also deepen their knowledge in major areas of Mathematics. The program’s primary focus is on prominent research on mathematics’s core areas, and candidates undergo extensive relevant course work consisting of advanced topics in Algebra, Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Solid and Fluid Mechanics, Statistics, and Topology. The curriculum has been designed so that the candidates will learn the discipline methodically. Well-experienced and motivated faculty of GIET mentors candidates to pursue path-breaking research work. The assigned supervisor also acts as a mentor to the candidates in pursuing their research.
The focus areas of the program are:
Algebra and Analysis, Graph Theory and Number Theory
Hydrodynamic stability of Laminar Flows
Fuzzy Mathematical Analysis
After successful completion of the program, candidates can work as Mathematics professors at colleges and universities. Candidates can also pursue independent research or work as Data Analyst, Data Scientist, Statistician, Investment Analyst, and Actuarial Analyst.