Department of Mathematics
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The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 1965 at the time of inception of the Nagarjuna Sagar Engineering College to support the Engineering Departments having courses in Mathematics. The Department of Mathematics has become an integral part of JNTU College of Engineering, Hyderabad a constituent college of JNT University, consequent upon the formation of the University in 1972. Ever since the inception, the Department of Mathematics is actively participating in the academic development of the University by properly revising the syllabi of Mathematics courses to cater the needs of Engineering Departments and the academic industry.

The Department of Mathematics started a 3 Year Post Graduate Course in Mathematics, namely M.Sc (Tech) titled “Systems Theory & Industrial Applications” in 1991. The course was later restructured as two-year M.Sc course in  Mathematics  with the title “Systems Theory & Computer Modeling” in consonance with the present day developments in global scenario with a suitable curriculum that bridge the gap between academics and industry.

Keeping in view of the requirements of the student’s community the Syllabus and structure of the course is revised in 2012 and the M.Sc program is renamed as APPLIED MATHEMATICS. The M.Sc (Applied Mathematics) course is unique in the structure by the presence of the blend of pure Mathematics, applied Mathematics and computer science subjects in the curriculum. The students from abroad are encouraged to do certain pre requisite courses (if necessary) to understand the concepts from the day one in the class room. Also all the students are encouraged to take up project work related to the real world problems at the final semester which is compulsory in the curriculum. The course is received extremely well in the fields of teaching, research and industry. The Program M. Sc (APPLIED MATHEMATICS) resumed from the Academic Year 2021-22.


♦ The Vision

            To enrich the knowledge of problem solving and analytical skills of the stake holders, to promote Research Innovation and Excellence and to support the Industry and Government in solving the social challenges.


♦ The Mission:

            The Department of Mathematics encourages and promotes the analytical skills of the stake holders with the use of Advanced Mathematical, Computational and Informatics Techniques to solve the various Industrial and Environmental problems for the benefit of society and to make more competition in the global environment.