Year of Establishment: 1991

The School of Studies in Mathematics was established in 1991. Since then, the School has been growing continuously in terms of educational programmes and infrastructure. From the very inception this school is one of the most active research center of mathematical sciences in Chhattisgarh. The school has its own building with adequate facilities for teaching and research. From 1994 the school is supported by NBHM Library Grant. In 2010-11, the school came under the umbrella of DST-FIST programme.

Goals and Objectives:

School of Studies in Mathematics focuses on emerging trends in mathematics leading to fulfill the requirements of our society. Under the active guidance of dedicated faculty members the school is gradually emerging as an excellent centre for Research and Teaching in the areas of Nonlinear Analysis, Cryptography, General Topology, Best Approximation Theory, Fuzzy set theory, Fuzzy Logic and Applications etc. Our goals and endeavors are aimed to elevate our institution to the level of world class University. Moreover, our sole objective is to fulfill the promises made in Vision 2020.

Academic Activities:

The School of Studies in Mathematics regularly organizes a number of seminars and guest lectures. Our School of Studies also provides consultancy to various educational institutions and research labs. Faculty members of the School also provide counseling services to the students appearing NET/GATE/MTTS Programs/State PSC/UPSC.


The state of art of enquiry in the subject matter is to nurture amongst students for advance learning and to acquaint them with recent developments in Mathematics. The emphasis is on action learning like to handle real world problems, provide innovative concepts and mathematical models to industrial needs, field work and to create a challenging environment. The overall scenario is aiming towards creating a knowledge based society.

Mission of Our School:

i) To increase the productivity, technical and vocational efficiencies.
ii) To cultivate social, moral and aesthetic values as well as to develop sense of duty and responsibility.
iii) To develop overall personality through NSS, sport, cultural activities, debate, group discussions etc.
iv) To promote research activities in mathematics and to foster economic growth of the region.

Curriculum Design, Development & Update:

Curriculum updated periodically, flexibility to design curriculum that caters the goals of the SOS.

  • 2003 According to UGC Model Curriculum
  • 2006 Semester system in M.Sc.
  • 2008 M.Phil. & 5 Yr. Int. Course
  • 2010 Major change in M.Phil. Curriculum
  • 2013 NBHM Centre for M.Sc./M.A. Scholarship and Ph.D. Scholarship Examination

Teaching-Learning & Evaluation Process :

Tutorial, weakly Seminar for M.Sc.& M.Phil. Students, use of INTERACTIVE BOARD/ LCD/ Book Presenter as teaching aid, class Tests, students are encouraged to make maximum use of library and online resources, training and dissertation report prepared and evaluated by external examiner. Practical classes are run in Computer Lab., compulsory participation in seminars, write-up review following presentation of seminars, surprise and announced unit tests are conducted.

Conference / Workshop:

  • National Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics with Emphasis on History of Mathematics, December 04-06, 2003
  • Workshop Vision 2020 to determine the future plan of study and research in the University, September 05-08, 2006
  • Golden Jubilee National Seminar on Advances in Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization, February 15-17, 2014
  • School of Study in Mathematics organized a one day seminar on ?Strengthening Scientific Temper? on 10th April, 2014. This program was aimed to organize popular lectures for our post-graduate students which includes a series of lectures on ?Life and work of Srinivasa Ramanujan?.

ICT as learning Resources:

  • In 2008, department is connected through RSU-CAN, online access of specific journals , use of LCD projector and Interactive Board
  • In 2013, online access of more journals, MathSciNet database is available from 2010 and Ebooks in Mathematics
  • Highest utilization of E-Resources among University teaching departments as per Usage Statistics of UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium for 2012 and 2013.

Other facilities in the Development of Learning Resources:

Annual Library Grant from DAE, complimentary copies of High Quality Books and Springer?s magazine Intelligence by NBHM from 2003

Salient Features of School of Studies in Mathematics:

  • Students participation in MTTS Programs: 6 students took part in MTTS program.
  • Students selected in NET/JRF/GATE: 6 students selected in NET (CSIR-JRF, UGC-JRF) and GATE.
  • Gold Medal: M.Sc. students obtained Gold Medal in the year 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006
  • Participation in National and International Conferences/Wokshop: Faculties and research scholars participated in more than 45 National and International Conferences and Workshops.
  • Consultancy Services in Research : Research consultancy was given to research projects in mathematics of some universities (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman and Transkei University, S. Africa) by faculty members
  • Honour/Award received by our faculty: TWAS-UNESCO Associateship (2008-2011).
  • Research Projects: Several research projects were carried in the School supported by DST, CSIR, CGCOST, UGC etc.
  • International Collaboration in Research : Our faculties are working in collaboration with several research institutes namely, Florida Institute of Technology, Tampa, Florida, USA, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, Dong-A- University, Pusan, S, Korea, Gyeonsang National University, S. Korea, Institute of Technology, Rzeszow, Poland, University of Leichestar, U.K., University of Galway, Ireland, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman, University of Transkei, S. Africa, Changwong National University, S. Korea, Chengdu University, P.R. China, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arebia, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan, Kathamandu University, Kathmandu, Nepal etc.
  • The School produced more than 25 Ph.D?s and 450 research papers in various National and International mathematics research journals.
  • NBHM centre for M.Sc./M.A. Scholarship and Ph.D. Scholarship Examination.

Major Placement Areas:

  • Universities: BHU, GGU, RSU
  • Technical Institutions: MNIT-Allahabad, UIT-Indore
  • Degree Colleges : Leading PG & UG colleges in Chhattisgarh
  • Engineering Colleges : Almost every Engineering College in Chhattisgarh

Students selected in MTTS Program:

Name Year
Lokesh Satpati 1998
Bhumica Yadu 2002
A.K.Sahu 2003
Kaumila Pande 2004

Students selected in NET:

Name Year
Sahdeo Padhye 2002
Nohar Lal Dhiwar 2003
Hem Lal Sahu 2004

Students selected in GATE:

Name Year
Nohar Lal Dhiwar 2001
Hemant Nashine 2003

International Collaboration

Institution Collaborator Who Collaborated
Dong-A University Pusan , S. Korea Prof. Jong Soo Jung Prof. B.K.Sharma, DR. B.S.Thakur
Gyeonsang National University , S. Korea Prof. Y.J.Cho Prof. B.K.Sharma, Prof. H.K.Pathak, Dr. B.S.Thakur
Institute of Technology , Rzeszow , Poland Prof. J.Gornicki Dr. B.S.Thakur
University of Leichestar , UK Prof. Brian Fisher Prof. H.K.Pathak
Gyeonsang National Univ. S. Korea Prof. Shin Min Kang Prof. H.K.Pathak
Florida Institute of Technology , USA Prof. Ravi. P. Agarwal Prof. H.K.Pathak
University of Galway , Ireland Prof. Donal O. Reagon Prof. H.K.Pathak
Sultan Qaboos University , Oman Prof. M. S. Khan Prof. H.K.Pathak
University of Transkei , S. Africa Prof. S. N. Mishra Prof. H.K.Pathak
Changwong National Universtiy, S. Korea Prof. J. S. Ume Prof. H.K.Pathak
Chengdu Univeristy , China Prof. S.S.Chang Prof. H.K.Pathak
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Postal Address
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  • School of Studies in Mathematics
  • Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University
    Amanaka G.E. Road,
    Raipur - 492010
    Chhattisgarh, India

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