B.Sc (Hons)


Mathematics is a crucial area of study whether in academia or the professional sector such as engineering. Our honours course in Mathematics gives you a strong foundation in the fundamentals of the subject and covers a wide range of topics including Classical, Modern, Linear and Vector Algebra, Vector and Tensor Calculus, Linear Programming and Game Theory, Analytical Statics and Dynamics, Hydrostatics and Rigid Dynamics, Probability, Statistics and more. The course equips you with analytic, problem-solving and logical-thinking skills and gives you a head start for careers in diverse fields from finance and business to healthcare and technology.

Course Structure

Choice Based Credit System

Course CodeName of CourseSemesterMarks
CC-1Calculus + Geometry and Vector Analysis1100
GE-1Paper 1 (Applicable for students opting for Mathematics as Generic Elective)1100
AECC-1Communicative English / Bengali / Hindi1100
CC-3Real Analysis2100
CC-4Group Theory-I2100
GE-2Paper 2 (Applicable for students opting for Mathematics as Generic Elective)2100
CC-5Theory of Real Functions3100
CC-6Ring Theory and Linear Algebra-I3100
CC-7Ordinary Differential Equation and Multivariate Calculus-I3100
SEC-AC Programming Language or Object Oriented programming in C++3100
GE-3Paper 3 (Applicable for students opting for Mathematics as Generic Elective)3100
CC-8Riemann Integration and Series of Functions4100
CC-9Partial differential equation and Multivariate Calculus-II4100
SEC-BMathematical Logic or Scientific computing with SageMath and R4100
GE-4Paper 4 (Applicable for students opting for Mathematics as Generic Elective)4100
CC-11Probability and Statistics5100
CC-12Group Theory-II and Linear Algebra-II5100
DSE-A-1Advanced Algebra or Bio Mathematics or Industrial Mathematics5100
DSE-B-1Discrete Mathematics or Linear Programming and Game Theory or Boolean Algebra and Automata Theory5100
CC-13Metric Space and Complex Analysis6100
CC-14Numerical Methods and Numerical Methods Lab6100
DSE-A-2Differential Geometry or Mathematical Modelling or Fluid Statics and Elementary Fluid Dynamics6100
DSE-B-2Point Set Topology or Astronomy and Space Science or Advanced Mechanics6100


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Course Eligibility

A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must have obtained at the previous qualifying examination a minimum of:

55% marks in Mathematics


45% marks in Mathematics + 50% marks in BO4


  • Candidate passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for Admission.
  • Please also read General Eligibility Criteria, Under Admissions.


Course Duration

3 Years

Course Hours

10:15 am to 4:30 pm (Day Session, Co-Ed)

Course Fees

₹ 24,725 (First Semester)