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Govt Of Karnataka

Department Of Collegiate
Education

GOVT FRIST GRADE COLLEGE


MADHUGIRI TUMKUR DIST KARNATAKA

MATHEMATICS
DEPARTMENT PROFILE

VISION
To strive for excellence in

Mathematical sciences that ignite


students for interdisciplinary
domains

MISSION
To develop analytical skills and logical

acumen for problem solving


To provide excellent knowledge of
Mathematical sciences for suitable career
and groom them for National recognition
To make the students savvy in data
analytics.
To train the students for interdisciplinary
applications and research
To build life skills through value-based
education and service-oriented programs.

Department Of Mathematics
1

Name Of The Department

MATHEMATICS

Year Of Establishment

2003

Name Of Programmes/Courses Offered

UG

Name Of Programmes/Courses And The Departments/Units


Involved

PCM and
PMCs.

Annual/Semester/Choice Based Credit System (Programme Wise)

Semester

Participation Of The Department In The Courses Offered By Other


Department

Courses In Collaboration With Other Universities,


Industries,foreign Institutions Etc.

Nil

Details Of Courses/Programmes Discontined (If Any )With


Reasons.

Nil

Number Of Teaching
Posts
Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

Associate Professors

Assistant Professors

02

01

Faculty list
Name of the faculty

Highest

Designation

Specialization

Qualification

Research

Teaching

No. of

experience

Ph.D

in years

student
s
guided
for the
last 5
years

Jayaprakasha P.C

M.Phil.

Assistant

Non linear

Persuing

Professor

dynamics

16

Nil

Nil

Nil

Ph.D.

Mukthambika

M.Sc

Guest
Faculty

Harish R

M. SC

Guest
Faculty

Graph Theory

Faculty development programme


NAME OF THE
FACULTY

DESIGANA
TION

PROGRAMME

FROM

TO

SPONSORED

JAYAPRAKASH.P.C

ASSISTANT
PROFESSO
R

ORIENTATION
PROGRAM

14-04-2011

11-05-2011

UGC-ACADEMIC
STAFF COLLEGE
MAULANA
AZAD
NATIONAL
URDU
UNIVERSITY

TRAINING ON
TEACHER
EMPOWERMENT

UGC
SPONSORED
REFRESHER
COURSE

17-07-2011

04-12-2013

23-07-2011

24-12-2013

DEPT.COLEGIAT
E EDUCATION
BANGALORE

UGC-ACADEMIC
STAFF COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF
MYSORE

Teaching methods adopted to improve


student learning

Descriptive concepts are done in PPTs and OHPs


( Like Introduction of the chapter)
*
Mathematical steps and logical steps are done on Black board
*
Giving real world examples
*
Simplifying a big theorem into small key steps
*
Revision of big theorems two or more times,
*
Always revising the previous class sessions
*
Interaction with the students by asking concerned questions to
know their potential Level and hence simplifying the complex
concepts to their levels
*
UG students are taught through charts and models
( analytical geometry)
*
Giving individual projects
*
Giving Group Projects
*
Single project for the whole class
*
conducting quizzes, debates
*
Conducting Brainstorming sessions

Details of infrastructural facilities:


a) Library: UG=3815.

b)Internet facilities for staff : Yes


c) Laboratories : 2 labs well equipped with 33
desk top computers

Student profile programme/course wise:


UG Programme:
Name of the

Applications

Course/Programme

received

Selected

(refer question No 4

Enrolled
Male

female

2009-10

25

25

18

2010-11

56

55

20

35

2011-12

79

78

26

52

2012-13

113

110

25

85

2013-14

105

100

26

74

Name of the

% of students

% of the students

% of the

Course

from the same

from other states

students from

UG

state

Less than 10%

abroad

programme

Almost 90%

2010-11

Almost 90%

02 student

Nil

2011-12

Almost 90%

02 students

Nil

2012-13

Almost 90%

02 students

Nil

2013-14

Almost 90%

02 students

Nil

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS
Sl

Name of the

NET/

Reg

No.

Student

KSET/UGC

no.

Year

CSIR
1

Madhu

KSET

400569

June 2014

Result Analysis of 2008-09


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2008
Total

First

Second

Third

Appeared

Class

Class

Class

I Sem

24

11

83.33

II B.Sc
III Sem

28

13

53.57

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5

16

93.75

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

16

68.75

Class

Fail

Absent

Pass
Percentage

I B.Sc

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/june-2009


Total
Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Class

Fail

I B.Sc
II Sem

36

11

14

61.11

II B.Sc
IV Sem

20

14

30.00

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7

19

10

47.36

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

19

78.94

Class

Absent

Pass
Percentage

Result Analysis of 2009-10


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2009
Third

Pass

Total

First

Second

Appeared

Class

Class

I B.Sc
I Sem

22

77.27

II B.Sc
III Sem

34

11

82.53

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5

23

91.30

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

23

78.26

Class

Clas

Fail

Absent

Percentag
e

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/june-2010

Pass
Percentag
e

Total
Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Class

Fail

I B.Sc
II Sem

14

85.71

II B.Sc
IV Sem

12

66.6

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7

13

46.1

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

13

84.61

Class

Absent

Result Analysis of 2010-11


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2010
Third

Pass

Total

First

Second

Appeared

Class

Class

I Sem

40

13

11

13

70

II B.Sc
III Sem

13

92.30

11

90.90

11

72.7

Class

Clas

Fail

Absent Percentag
e

I B.Sc

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5
III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/juneTotal


Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Class

Fail

I B.Sc
II Sem

40

11

20

85

II B.Sc
IV Sem

14

92.85

11

90.9

11

90.0

Class

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7
III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

Absent

Pass
Percentage

Result Analysis of 2011-12


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2011
Total
Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Class

Fail

I B.Sc
I Sem

19

73.68

II B.Sc
III Sem

40

11

17

57.5

14

85.74

14

Class

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5
III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

Absent

Pass
Percentage

100

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/june-201

Third
Clas
s

Total
Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

I B.Sc
II Sem

19

13

II B.Sc
IV Sem

36

14

14

Class

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7
III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

Fail

Absent

Pass
Percentag
e
100

13

63.89

100

92.5

Result Analysis of 2012-13


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2012
Total
Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Clas
s

Fail

I B.Sc
I Sem

29

13

13

89.65

II B.Sc
III Sem

20

13

85.00

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5

35

19

88.57

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

35

11

10

80

Class

Pass
Absent Percentag
e

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/juneTotal


Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Clas
s

Fail

Absent

Pass
Percentag
e

I B.Sc
II Sem

29

10

10

65.5

II B.Sc
IV Sem

20

80.00

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7

35

11

77.14

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

35

10

12

11

94.28

Class

Result Analysis of 2013-14


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2013
Third

Pass

Total

First

Second

Appeared

Class

Class

I B.Sc
I Sem

43

10

II B.Sc
III Sem

27

15

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5

18

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

18

16

Class

Clas

Fail

Absent Percentag

15

65.11
100

77.7

100

For 2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem May/juneTotal


Appeared

First
Class

Second
Class

Third
Clas
s

Fail

Absent

Pass
Percentag
e

I B.Sc
II Sem

45

13

12

14

68.8

II B.Sc
IV Sem

28

13

85.71

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 7

20

80

III B.Sc
VI Sem
paper 8

20

16

90

Class

Result Analysis of 2014-15


For 1st sem, 3rd sem, 5th sem Nov/Dec-2014
Third

Pass

Total

First

Second

Appeared

Class

Class

I B.Sc
I Sem

26

10

61.53

II B.Sc
III Sem

45

31

31.11

28

10

64.28

28

10

78.57

Class

III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 5
III B.Sc
V Sem
paper 6

Clas

Fail

Absent

Percentag
e

Details on student enrichment programmes


(special lectures/workshops/seminar) with external experts: 4

Sl

Title of the Lecture

Name of

Institut

No

Series /Invited

Resource

Talks

Person

Applications of Linear

Sri Narahari N

Algebra

Introduction towards

Tumkur

Date

07-03-2014

University

Dr.Naduvinamuni

Tumkur

08-02-

the area of research in

Universit 2014

the Field of Mathematics

Applications of Mathematics Sri Jaipal

Tumkur
University

07-04-2015

SWOC
ANALYSIS OF DEPARTMENT
Strength:
Sincere, Hardworking team of faculty
members , good co-ordination among them
The teachers voluntarily fill in the absence of
the other teachers
Around 100 UG students
the faculty members are engaged in
Research
The staff always trying to give best and work

Weakness
Inspite of the efforts put in by the faculty, the
results are not 100%, because many of the students are
slow learners and the Student Teacher ratio is vast.

Opportunities
Mathematics has wide range of applications, students
can be motivated to apply their knowledge
Mathematics with computer science knowledge help the
students to get job in soft skill zone of industry, hence
increases employability

Challenges:

The scope of self study in


mathematics is very limited due to its
complex nature.
Motivating the students to Higher
studies and Research

FUTURE PLANS
Adopting

Government/Corporation Schools

to

simplify and teach complex mathematics in


simple forms
To establish a Mathematical Support Center, to
prepare the students for all
competitive/UPSC/KPSC/SSC /Banking exams
and other states competitive exams