M.A./ M.Sc. Course.

The following courses will be taught:
First Year
Semester 1 Semester 2
MATH14-101 - Field Theory
MATH14-102 - Complex Analysis
MATH14-103 - Measure and Integration
MATH14-104 - Differential Equations
MATH14-201 - Module Theory
MATH14-202 - Topology-I
MATH14-203 - Functional Analysis
MATH14-204 - Fluid Dynamics
Second Year
Semester 3 Semester 4
MATH14-301: Any course out of the following
(i) Algebraic Topology
(ii) Representation of Finite Groups
(iii) Commutative Algebra

MATH14-302: Any course out of the following
(i) Fourier Analysis
(ii) Matrix Analysis
(iii) Theory of Bounded Operators

MATH14-303: Any course out of the following
(i) Advanced Complex Analysis
(ii) Measure Theory Advanced Group Theory
(iii) Topology-II

MATH14-304: Any course out of the following
(i) Coding Theory
(ii) Computational Fluid Dynamics
(iii) Computational Methods for ODE
(iv) Mathematical Programming
(v) Methods of Applied Mathematics
(vi) Graph Theory

MATH14-401: Any course out of the following
(i) Algebraic Number Theory
(ii) Theory of Non-commutative Rings
(iii) Simplicial Homology Theory
(iv) Advanced Group Theory

MATH14-402: Any course out of the following
(i) Abstract Harmonic Analysis
(ii) Frames and Wavelets
(iii) Operators on Hardy-Hilbert Spaces
(iv) Theory of Unbounded Operators

MATH14-403: Any course out of the following
(i) Calculus on Rn
(ii) Differential Geometry
(iii)Topological Dynamics

MATH14-404: Any course out of the following
(i) Advanced Coding Theory
(ii) Advanced Fluid DYnamics
(iii) Computational Methods for PDE
(iv) Cryptography
(v) Dynamical Systems
(vi) Optimization Techniques & Control Theory

Each course will carry 100 marks and have two components: Internal Assessment 30% marks and End-Semester Examination 70% marks.

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