“Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations or algorithms;
It is about understanding” —William Paul Thurston.
The Department of Mathematics has been an integral part of Sukanta Mahavidyalaya since 19951996. Presently this Department has eighty (80) students pursuing their path towards a glorious career. The Department has five (05) dedicated faculty members who are caring for the students at this time.
In recent past, after obtaining bachelor degree (Honours ) in Mathematics from this institution, Sukanta Mahavidyalaya, Dhupguri, Jalpaiguri, many students admitted themselves for postgraduate study in mathematics at IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur, IIT Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad Central University, NIT Warangal, NIT Durgapur, the University of North Bengal, Panchanan Barma University etc. and many students are pursuing Ph.D. programme in mathematics at NIT Silchar, the University of North Bengal etc. Additionally, a good number of students from this department are performing their Job in various State and Central Government departments.
This Department shares a good quality computer laboratory with the Computer Science Department of this College and is planning for a new laboratory of its own.
A quality higher education must enable personal performance and knowledge, constructive and productive contribution to the society. For this, the Department of Mathematics always tries to make good quality education among the students through a combination of continuous internal evaluation, internal seminar, smart classes, virtual classes and sustenance dedicated initiatives. And try to perform among the students on the basis of curricular perspective, teachinglearning and evaluation, investigation for excellence, student support, progression, institutional values and best practices. Apart from these, students are provided good quality higher education and career counselling service for the future in a regular manner.
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DATE 
SUBJECT 

3rd March, 2023 
NOTICE REGARDING 4TH & 6TH SEMESTER INTERNAL EXAM. 
24th January, 2023 
NOTICE REGARDING 1ST SEMESTER INTERNAL EXAM. 
3rd December, 2022 
NOTICE FOR 5th SEMESTER HONOURS PRACTICAL EXAM 
29th November, 2022 
NOTICE FOR INTERNAL EXAMINATIONS OF 1ST SEMESTER 
21st November, 2022 
NOTICE FOR INTERNAL EXAMINATIONS OF 3RD SEMESTER GE 
14th November, 2022 
NOTICE FOR INTERNAL EXAMINATIONS OF 3RD AND 5TH SEMESTER 
14th November, 2022 
NOTICE FOR SPECIAL LECTURE ON 'NECESSITY & IMPORTANCE OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS' 
12th September, 2022 
NOTICE FOR INTERNAL EXAMINATIONS OF 3RD AND 5TH SEMESTER 
10th September, 2022 
ACADEMIC CALENDER 
3rd February, 2022 
NOTICE FOR PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 
18th February, 2021 
NOTICE FOR PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 
Course Offered:
This Department offers
SYLLABUS
Department of Mathematics
FYUGP SYLLABUS (W.E.F.25.07.2023) 

REVISED CBCS SYLLABUS (W.E.F.02.01.2023) 
CBCS SYLLABUS (INTRODUCED IN 2018) 
Programme Outcome (Honours)
1. Develop critical thinking to gain scientific temper
2. Enrich the capability of problem solving
3. Enhance the correlation with the other science subjects
4. Able to apply the practical skills and technical knowledge
5. Making more eligible for employability
Programme Outcome (Programme Course)
1. Develop critical thinking to gain scientific temper
2. Enrich the capability of problem solving
3. Enhance the correlation with the other science subjects
4. Able to apply the practical skills and technical knowledge
5. Making more eligible for employability
COURSE OUTCOME
COURSE OUTCOME (HONOURS)
MTMHHCCI(Semester 1)
Eligible for finding Arc length of a curve, area of the region bounded by a given curve, Surface area and Volume of revolution by a curve about a given axis, techniques of sketching conics.
Eligible for derivation of reduction formulae of some special functions.
Eligible for calculating, application of Leibnitz rule and L’Hospital’s rule in business, economics and life sciences.
Eligible in various concepts and applications of two and three dimensions geometry.
Eligible for acquiring the knowledge about differential equations and its real life application.
MTMHHCCII(Semester 1)
Students will be able to calculate nth roots of unity and apply D’Moivre’s theorem.
Students will acquire knowledge on the theory of equations and its applications.
Students will be able to solve various inequalities and apply them to different problems.
Students will have a clear concept on functions, relations, wellordering principle, division algorithm, principle of induction and their applications.
Students will be able to determine the rank of a matrix and its application on solving systems of linear equations.
Students will acquire knowledge on eigen values and eigen vectors.
Students will be acquainted with linear transformations and related problems.
MTMHHCCI(Semester 1)
Eligible for finding Arc length of a curve, area of the region bounded by a given curve, Surface area and Volume of revolution by a curve about a given axis, techniques of sketching conics.
Eligible for derivation of reduction formulae of some special functions.
Eligible for calculating, application of Leibnitz rule and L’Hospital’s rule in business, economics and life sciences.
Eligible in various concepts and applications of two and three dimensions geometry.
Eligible for acquiring the knowledge about differential equations and its real life application.
MTMHHCCII(Semester 1)
Students will be able to calculate nth roots of unity and apply D’Moivre’s theorem.
Students will acquire knowledge on the theory of equations and its applications.
Students will be able to solve various inequalities and apply them to different problems.
Students will have a clear concept on functions, relations, wellordering principle, division algorithm, principle of induction and their applications.
Students will be able to determine the rank of a matrix and its application on solving systems of linear equations.
Students will acquire knowledge on eigen values and eigen vectors.
Students will be acquainted with linear transformations and related problems.
GE : Geometry, Calculus and Differential Equations (Semester 1)
Eligible for finding Arc length of a curve, area of the region bounded by a given curve, Surface area and Volume of revolution by a curve about a given axis, techniques of sketching conics
Eligible for derivation of reduction formulae of some special functions
Eligible for calculating, application of Leibnitz rule and L’Hospital’s rule in business, economics and life sciences.
Eligible in various concepts and applications of two and three dimensions geometry.
Eligible for acquiring the knowledge about differential equations and its real life application.
MTMHHCCIII(Semester 2)
Students will gather an elaborate knowledge on real number systems with special emphasis on completeness property of R, Archimedean property, density of rational numbers in R, BolzanoWeierstrass theorem, HeineBorel theorem.
Students will be able to understand the sequence of real numbers and its different properties.
Skill of determining convergence of infinite series of real numbers will be developed.
MTMHHCCIV(Semester 2)
Students will acquire knowledge on solving linear homogeneous and nonhomogeneous equations of higher order with constant coefficient, Wronskian, method of undetermined coefficient, method of variation of parameters.
Students will learn basic theory of linear systems in normal form, two equations in two unknown functions.
Students will be able to solve the power series solution of a differential equation about an ordinary and regular singular point.
Students will gather knowledge on how to apply vector triple product, vector calculus and vector integration.
GE : Algebra (Semester 2)
Students will be able to calculate nth roots of unity and apply D’Moivre’s theorem.
Students will acquire knowledge on the theory of equations and its applications.
Students will be able to solve various inequalities and apply them to different problems.
Students will have a clear concept on functions, relations, wellordering principle, division algorithm, principle of induction and their applications.
Students will be able to determine the rank of a matrix and its application on solving systems of linear equations.
Students will acquire knowledge on eigen values and eigen vectors.
Students will be acquainted with linear transformations and related problems.
MTMHHCCV (Semester 3)
Students will learn the concepts of limit and continuity of real functions.
Students will acquire knowledge on differentiability of functions in R and application of Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorem, Intermediate value property of derivatives, Darboux theorem.
Students will be able to derive Taylor’s series and Maclaurin’s series expansion of some functions.
Students will be able to explore concepts of metric spaces.
MTMHHCCVI (Semester 3)
Students will be able to define group and can give examples of groups, especially permutation group, symmetries of a square, dihedral group, quaternion group.
Students will also learn different elementary properties of group theory.
Students will be able to describe subgroup, cyclic group, cosets, normal subgroup, quotient group and homomorphism of groups with special emphasis on first, second and third isomorphism theorems.
MTMHHCCVII (Semester 3)
Students will acquire a very clear knowledge on Riemann Integrations
Students will be able to solve different types of improper integrals and their convergences.
Students will learn sequence and series of functions.
Students will be able to solve different Fourier series and Power series.
SEC1 LOGIC AND SETS (Semester 3)
Students will gather a very clear concept of set theory and its various properties.
Students will learn different logical approaches.
GEAlgebra (Semester 3)
Students will be able to calculate nth roots of unity and apply D’Moivre’s theorem.
Students will acquire knowledge on the theory of equations and it’s applications.
Students will be able to solve various inequalities and apply them on different problems.
Students will have a clear concept on functions, relations, wellordering principle, division algorithm, principle of induction and their applications.
Students will be able to determine the rank of a matrix and its application on solving systems of linear equations.
Students will acquire knowledge on eigen values and eigen vectors.
Students will be acquainted with linear transformations and related problems.
MTMHHCCVIII (Semester 4)
Students will be able to solve problems on calculus of several variables.
Students will be able to calculate double and triple integrals.
Students will gather knowledge on vector analysis and its various applications.
MTMHHCCIX (Semester 4)
Students will acquire knowledge on ring theory.
Students will have a clear knowledge on vector spaces and its applications.
Students will be able to calculate problems on linear transformations.
MTMHHCCX (Semester 4)
Students will have deeper knowledge on metric spaces, specially on continuous mapping, compactness, connectedness, homeomorphism and its applications.
Students will learn complex analysis and its applications.
SEC II (Semester 4)
Students will acquire knowledge on different concepts of graph theory and its applications.
Students will learn to solve Travelling salesman’s problems.
Students will be eligible to write Dijkstra’s Algorithm, Warshall Algorithm.
GEDE and Vector Calculus (Semester 4)
Students will acquire knowledge on solving linear homogeneous and nonhomogeneous equations of higher order with constant coefficient, Wronskian, method of undetermined coefficient, method of variation of parameters.
Students will learn basic theory of linear systems in normal form, two equations in two unknown functions.
Students will be able to solve the power series solution of a differential equation about an ordinary and regular singular point.
Students will gather knowledge on how to apply vector triple product, vector calculus and vector integration.
MTMHHCCXI (Semester 5)
Students will be eligible to explain automorphism of groups and solve related problems.
Students will know about Characteristic subgroups, Commutator subgroups and their properties.
Students will know about the direct product of groups and can solve related problems.
Students will acquire knowledge on group action and can apply it to solve various problems on group theory.
Students will be eligible to write class equations of various groups.
Students will be eligible to explain and solve problems on Sylow Theorems.
MTMHHCCXII (Semester 5)
Students will be eligible to write algorithms, can calculate convergence and different types of errors of a given function.
Students will be eligible to solve Transcendental and polynomial equations by different methods.
Students will be able to solve systems of linear algebraic equations by different methods.
Students will be capable of solving problems by applying Lagrange’s and Newton’s interpolation formula, Finite difference operator, Numerical differentiation based on interpolation methods and finite difference methods.
Students will be eligible in solving numerical integration by various rules.
Students will be able to solve ordinary differential equations by method of successive approximation, Euler’s method, Runge  Kutta methods of orders two and four.
MTMH DSEI:Linear Programming (Semester 5)
Students will be able to formulate LPP and can solve LPP by graphical method, simplex method, twophase method, BigM method.
Students will be able to explain Duality theory, can formulate dual problems and will have a clear concept on economic interpolation of the dual.
Students will be eligible in formulating and solving Transportation problems and Assignment problems.
Students will be able to formulate and solve two person zero sum game, graphical solution of game theory, linear programming solution of games.
MTMH DSEII:Number Theory (Semester 5)
Students will have concepts on Gaussian integers, Euclidean algorithm, various concepts on gcd, consequences of unique prime factorization and can able to solve Diophantine equations.
Students will be able to solve problems on congruence arithmetic and learn related theorems.
MTMHHCCXIII (Semester 6)
Students will gather knowledge on polynomial ring, prime ideal, maximal ideal, principle ideal, irreducible and prime elements, Eisenstein criterion, unique factorization domains, Euclidean domains, Divisibility in integral domains and can solve related problems.
Students will be able to solve problems on dual space, dual basis, double dual, transpose of a linear transformation and its inverse matrix in the dual basis.
Students will be capable of solving problems on annihilators, eigen space of linear operator, the minimal polynomial for a linear operator, Diagonalizability, invariant subspaces, CayleyHamilton theorem, canonical forms.
Students will gather knowledge on inner product spaces and its various results and applications.
Students will be eligible in explaining Selfadjoint operator, Normal operator, Orthogonal projections and Spectral theorem.
MTMHHCCXIV (Semester 6)
Students will be able to explain what are partial differential equations, construct it, solve it and give geometrical interpretation of first order equations.
Students will be able to derive heat equation, wave equation, wave equation, Laplace equation; can classify second order linear equation as hyperbolic, parabolic or elliptic; can reduce second order linear equation to canonical form.
Students will be able to solve Cauchy problem of an infinite string, Initial boundary value problem, semi infinite string with a fixed end as well as with a free end, equations non homogeneous boundary conditions, vibrating string problem, heat conduction problem.
Students will be eligible in solving problems on central force, constrained motion, varying mass, tangent and normal components of acceleration, modeling ballistic and planetary motion: Kepler’s second law.
MATH DSEIII :Point Set Topology (Semester 6)
Students will be eligible in explaining countable and uncountable sets, Schroeder  Bernstein Theorem, Cantor’s Theorem, Cardinal numbers and cardinal arithmetic, Continuum Hypothesis, Zorn’s lemma, Axiom of Choice, Well – ordered sets, Hausdorff’s maximal principle, Ordinal numbers.
Students will be able to define topological spaces, can give examples of topological spaces, and will have the knowledge on basic concepts on topological spaces with special emphasis on Product topology, Quotient topology, Metric topology, BaireCategory theorem.
Students will gather knowledge on Connectedness, Compact spaces and its various applications.
MATH DSE – IV : Theory of Equations (Semester 6)
Students will be able to represent polynomials graphically, calculate maximum and minimum values of a polynomial, find the nature of roots by applying Descarte’s rule of signs, solve problems on relation between roots and coefficients of equations.
Students will be eligible in solving problems on symmetric functions of roots, Transformation of equations, solution of reciprocal and binomial equations, algebraic solution of the cubic and biquadratic equations.
Students will be capable of applying Sturm’s theorem, Newton’s theorem.
COURSE OUTCOME (PROGRAMME COURSE)
DSC1(SEMESTER 1):
Eligible for finding Arc length of a curve, area of the region bounded by a given curve, Surface area and Volume of revolution by a curve about a given axis, techniques of sketching conics.
Eligible for derivation of reduction formulae of some special functions.
Eligible for calculating, application of Leibnitz rule and L’Hospital’s rule in business, economics and life sciences.
Eligible in various concepts and applications of two and three dimensions geometry.
Eligible for acquiring the knowledge about differential equations and its real life application.
DSC2(SEMESTER 2):
Students will be able to calculate nth roots of unity and apply D’Moivre’s theorem.
Students will acquire knowledge on the theory of equations and its applications.
Students will be able to solve various inequalities and apply them on different problems.
Students will have a clear concept on functions, relations, wellordering principle, division algorithm, principle of induction and their applications.
Students will be able to determine the rank of a matrix and its application on solving systems of linear equations.
Students will acquire knowledge on eigen values and eigen vectors.
Students will acquire the knowledge about linear transformations and solving its related problems.
DSC3(SEMESTER 3):
Students will gather an elaborate knowledge on real number systems with special emphasis on completeness property of R, Archimedean property, density of rational numbers in R, BolzanoWeierstrass theorem , HeineBorel theorem.
Students will be able to understand the sequence of real numbers and its different properties.
Skill of determining convergence of infinite series of real numbers will be developed.
MATHPSECLogic and Sets(SEMESTER 3):
Students will gather a very clear concept of set theory and its various properties.
Students will learn different logical approaches.
DSC4(SEMESTER 4):
Students will acquire knowledge on solving linear homogeneous and nonhomogeneous equations of higher order with constant coefficient, Wronskian, method of undetermined coefficient, method of variation of parameters.
Students will learn basic theory of linear systems in normal form, two equations in two unknown functions.
Students will be able to solve the power series solution of a differential equation about an ordinary and regular singular point.
Students will gather knowledge on how to apply vector triple product, vector calculus and vector integration.
MATHPSECTheory of Equations (SEMESTER 4):
Students will be able to represent polynomials graphically, calculate maximum and minimum values of a polynomial, find the nature of roots by applying Descarte’s rule of signs, solve problems on relation between roots and coefficients of equations.
Students will be eligible in solving problems on symmetric functions of roots, Transformation of equations, solution of reciprocal and binomial equations, algebraic solution of the cubic and biquadratic equations.
Students will be capable of applying Sturm’s theorem, Newton’s theorem.
DSE1Group Theory and Linear Algebra(SEMESTER 5):
Students will be able to define group and can give examples of groups, specially permutation group, symmetries of a square, dihedral group, quaternion group.
Students will also learn different elementary properties of group theory.
Students will be able to describe subgroup, cyclic group,coests and normal subgroups.
Students will be able to define vector spaces, subspaces, quotient spaces, basis and dimension of subspaces and can solve related problems.
Students will be capable of solving various problems on linear transformations.
MATHPSECProbability and Statistics (SEMESTER 5):
Students will be able to define the definition of probability using the concepts of random experiment, sample space and can solve related problems.
Students will be able to define one and two dimensional distribution functions, density functions using random variables and can solve various related problems.
Students will be able to define one and two expectations, moment generating function, correlation coefficients, joint density functions, calculation of covariance, linear regression using joint random variables and can solve various related problems.
Students will be able to gather knowledge about Chebyshev’s inequality, weak and strong law of large number, central limit theorem and can solve various related problems.
DSE2Linear Programming Problems(SEMESTER 6):
Students will be able to formulate LPP and can solve LPP by graphical method, simplex method, twophase method, BigM method.
Students will be able to explain Duality theory, can formulate dual problems and will have a clear concept on economic interpolation of the dual.
Students will be eligible in formulating and solving Transportation problems and Assignment problems.
Students will be able to formulate and solve two person zero sum game, graphical solution of game theory, linear programming solution of games.
MATHPSECGraph Theory (SEMESTER 6):
Students will acquire knowledge on different concepts of graph theory and its applications.
Students will learn to solve Travelling salesman’s problems.
Students will be eligible to write Dijkstra’s Algorithm, Warshall Algorithm.
20192022
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Name 
Contact No. 
Current Status 


1 
Akash Debnath 
6295833694 
... 

2 
Anindita Sarkar 
8348626602 
.... 

3 
Ankush Mitra 
8250170082 
... 

4 
Avishek Dhar 
6296512749, 7364070071 
Medical Representative (MR) Course 

5 
Darpan Roy 
6297828149 
M.Sc., University of North Bengal 

6 
Moloy Das 
7478814534 
M.Sc., University of North Bengal 

7 
Pankaj Saha 
6294386866 
M.Sc., University of North Bengal 

8 
Paritosh Roy 
9064899362 
... 

9 
Pulak Debnath 
6295699080 
... 

10 
Rajarshi Sarkar 
7001778906 
M.Sc., IIT Madras 

11 
Rick Bhattacharya 
9593157904 
... 

12 
Sandhya Roy 
7029612083 
M.Sc., University of North Bengal 

13 
Sanjita Roy 
8101534133 
B.Ed. 

14 
Sankalpa Barman 
9382473216 
M.Sc., Darjeeling Hill University 

15 
Sayan Majumder 
8515920866 
PO GDS 

16 
Sourav Roy 
6297514467 
... 

17 
Souvik Barman 
8918006194 
M.Sc., University of North Bengal 

18 
Sukdeb Mandal 
8583054232 
... 

19 
Suman Gope 
9734052111 
M.Sc., NBU 

20 
Suravi Das 
8372854583 
Joint M.Sc. Ph.D., IIT Bhubaneswar 
20182021
Sl. No. 
Name 
Contact No. 
Current Status 


1 
Ahidul Alam 
6296231008 
B.Ed. 

2 
Arpita Barman 
7797223238 
B.Ed. 

3 
Arup Roy 
6295770797 
B.Ed. 

4 
Azimul Hoque 
8327637790 
B.Ed. 

5 
Balaram Mandal 
8436402311 
M.Sc., IIT Kanpur 

6 
Chelshe Sarkar 
7407735855 
B.Ed. 

7 
Dhruba Barman 
8538814223 
... 

8 
Kaberi Barman 
8250658253 
B.Ed. 

9 
Kalyan Roy 
8334043563 
B.Ed. 

10 
Kanak Roy 
6296025379 
B.Ed. 

11 
Manoj Kumar Roy 
6295799106, 8653267280 
B.Ed. 

12 
Rabindra Nath Roy 
9382870813 
B.Ed. 

13 
Rabiprakash Sha 
7384765348 
M.Sc., NIT Warangle 

14 
Rahul Dev Barman 
6294644217 
B.Ed. 

15 
Raju Paul 
7318727946 
B.Ed. 

16 
Sabarna Roy 
8391919665 
... 

17 
Selim Alam 
9593629775 
... 

18 
Shobhan Roy 
9002861113 
B.Ed. 

19 
Subhodeep Roy 
7063539297 
M.Sc., NBU 

20 
Sulochana Roy 
9732640669 
B.Ed. 

21 
Tirthankar Sarkar 
8350089207 
B.Ed. 
2nd Semester(Honours)
Sl. No. 
College Roll No. 
Name 
Contact No. 


1 
3220002 
Md. Ashif Ansari 
9064572059 

2 
3220004 
Dilip Barman 
9883130266 

3 
3220005 
Partha Protim Das Barman 


4 
3220007 
Prince Das 
9749727953 

5 
3220008 
Tuhin Roy 
7318617229 

6 
3220009 
Ranjan Roy 


7 
3220010 
Babu Barman 


8 
3220013 
Mangal Deep Das 
9883649523 

9 
3220018 
Kalyani Roy 


10 
3220020 
Adnan Ali Miah 
7602629481 

11 
3220022 
Rabindranath Sarkar 
9883496804 

12 
3220023 
Deep Saha 
9339656141 

13 
3220024 
Surojit Bhowmik 
9832188820 

14 
3220025 
Biplab Roy 
8972283964 

15 
3220026 
Firoj Alam 
9883417271 

16 
3220032 
Prabal Mohanta 
8167887227 

17 
3220036 
Basudev Sarkar 
9832762538 

18 
3220041 
Sarifuzzaman Islam 
7427968033 

19 
3220046 
Koushik Roy Patwary 


20 
3220047 
Debasis Barman 
9832808635 

21 
3220048 
Sourav Roy 


22 
3220050 
Rishika Das 


23 
3220051 
Samiran Roy Sarkar 


24 
3220063 
Partha Roy 
8167468848 

25 
3220064 
Debashish Roy 
9832462868 

26 
3220071 
Ujjwal Ray 
7908105049 

27 
3220079 
Dipayan Das 
6294737227 

28 
3220098 
Abhijit Roy 
8167899681 

29 
3220102 
Asim Barman 


30 
3220108 
Debojit Roy 
629719712 
4th Semester(Honours)
Sl. No. 
College Roll No. 
Name 
Contact No. 


1 
120210093675 
Hiranmay Modak 
8145824875 

2 
120210093774 
Kalyan Roy 
9933780433 

3 
120210093956 
Rekha Roy 
9832472407 

4 
120210091881 
Madhab Roy 
8016242218 

5 
120210094860 
Akash Bhattyacharjee 
8509195455 

6 
120210094884 
Pritam Biswas 
6296349213 

7 
120210091451 
Satyabrata Roy 
7318900579 

8 
120210091797 
Subham Barman 
9832946589 

9 
120210096104 
Biman Saha 
8617655138 

10 
120210092376 
Puja Roy 
8944965530 

11 
120210094642 
Tanmay Baidya 
9064945776 

12 
120210093875 
Parthib Roy 
8350031180 

13 
120210094474 
Parthib Deb 
9641549636 

14 
120210092055 
Himanshu Barman 
7001868753 

15 
120210096892 
Subhamay Sarkar 
9883681894 

16 
120210096963 
Riya Dey 
6296843641 

17 
120210094624 
Debarati Dey 
9749045280 
6th Semester(Honours)
Sl. No. 
College Roll No. 
Name 
Contact No. 


1 
20200095355 
Rupamay Biswas 
8391985716 

2 
20200090569 
Shoumik Biswas 
7872290086 

3 
20200093255 
Santu Ray 
9679801530 

4 
20200095014 
Kailashpati Mandal 
6295103587 

5 
20200092848 
Adwiti Barman 
9635634938 

6 
20200093557 
Subham Dam 
9832990365 

7 
20200094236 
Debomay Saha 
6296365403 

8 
20200091457 
Arjun Barman 
7550991938 

9 
20200095472 
Somnath Sarkar 
6295836338 

10 
20200095492 
Ketaki Roy 
9430083719 

11 
20200095623 
Mowni Roy 
8509374829 

12 
20200095582 
Bodhisatwa Roy 
9932248217 

13 
20200095570 
Samrat Dey 
9641768115 
Sukanta Mahavidyalaya
Department of Mathematics
Students Progression from July, 2017 to June, 2022
Sl. No.  Name  Year of Passing  Admitted To  Course  JAM/NET/SET/GATE  Current Status  Present Institute/Department 
1  Bapan Ali Miah  2017  University of North Bengal  M.Sc  NET (2020),SET (2022)  Ph. D Pursuing  NIT Silchar 
2  Abhisekh Mallick  2018  University of North Bengal  M.Sc  NET (2022)  Ph. D Pursuing  University of North Bengal 
3  Prosanta Roy  2018  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
4  Arindam Roy  2018        Service  W.B. EXISE Dept. 
5  Koushik Sarkar  2018        Service  Rail NTPC, Good Instructor 
6  Gayn Bahadur Chetri  2018        Service  Teacher of a Private School 
7  Abhijit Adhikary  2018        Service  SI of Police 
8  Ajoy Roy  2018        Service  Rail, Group D 
9  Pinaj Roy  2019  NSOU  M.Sc       
10  Pitun Saha  2019  NSOU  M.Sc       
11  Tithi Sarkar  2019  NIT Durgapur  M.Sc  JAM (2019)     
12  Pronoy Roy  2020  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
13  Biswajit Mandal  2020  Raiganj University  M.Sc       
14  Subhodeep Roy  2021  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
15  Balaram Mandal  2021  IIT, Kanpur  M.Sc  JAM (2021)     
16  Rabiprakash Sha  2021  NIT Warangal  M.Sc.  JAM (2022)     
17  Sandhya Roy  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
18  Avishek Dhar  2022    Medical Representative (MR) Course       
19  Darpan Roy  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
20  Suravi Das  2022  IIT Bhubaneswar  M.Sc integrated Ph.D  JAM (2022)     
21  Pankaj Saha  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
22  Rajarshi Sarkar  2022  IIT Madras  M.Sc  JAM (2022)     
23  Moloy Das  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
23  Suman Gope  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
24  Sukdeb Mandal  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
25  Sankalpa Barman  2022  Darjeeling Hill University  M.Sc       
Sukanta Mahavidyalaya
Department of Mathematics
Students Achievement from July, 2017 to June, 2022
Sl. No.  Name  Year of Passing  Admitted To  Course  JAM/NET/SET/GATE  Current Status  Present Institute/Department 
1  Bapan Ali Miah  2017  University of North Bengal  M.Sc  NET (2020),SET (2022)  Ph. D Pursuing  NIT Silchar 
2  Abhisekh Mallick  2018  University of North Bengal  M.Sc  NET (2022)  Ph. D Pursuing  University of North Bengal 
3  Prosanta Roy  2018  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
4  Arindam Roy  2018        Service  W.B. EXISE Dept. 
5  Koushik Sarkar  2018        Service  Rail NTPC, Good Instructor 
6  Gayn Bahadur Chetri  2018        Service  Teacher of a Private School 
7  Abhijit Adhikary  2018        Service  SI of Police 
8  Ajoy Roy  2018        Service  Rail, Group D 
9  Pinaj Roy  2019  NSOU  M.Sc       
10  Pitun Saha  2019  NSOU  M.Sc       
11  Tithi Sarkar  2019  NIT Durgapur  M.Sc  JAM (2019)     
12  Pronoy Roy  2020  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
13  Biswajit Mandal  2020  Raiganj University  M.Sc       
14  Subhodeep Roy  2021  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
15  Balaram Mandal  2021  IIT, Kanpur  M.Sc  JAM (2021)     
16  Rabiprakash Sha  2021  NIT Warangal  M.Sc.  JAM (2022)     
17  Sandhya Roy  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
18  Avishek Dhar  2022    Medical Representative (MR) Course       
19  Darpan Roy  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
20  Suravi Das  2022  IIT Bhubaneswar  M.Sc integrated Ph.D  JAM (2022)     
21  Pankaj Saha  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
22  Rajarshi Sarkar  2022  IIT Madras  M.Sc  JAM (2022)     
23  Moloy Das  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
23  Suman Gope  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
24  Sukdeb Mandal  2022  University of North Bengal  M.Sc       
25  Sankalpa Barman  2022  Darjeeling Hill University  M.Sc       
COURSE  CLASS  PAPERS 

Honours  SemesterI  CC1 CC2 
SemesterII  CC3 CC4  
SemesterIII  CC5 CC6 CC7 SEC(H)1  
SemesterIV  CC8 CC9 CC10 SEC(H)2  
SemesterV  CC11 CC12 DSE(H)1 DSE(H)2  
SemesterVI  CC13 CC14 DSE(H)3 DSE(H)4  
Programme  SemesterI  DSC1 
SemesterII  DSC2  
SemesterIII  DSC3 SEC(P)1  
SemesterIV  DSC4 SEC(P)2  
SemesterV  DSE(P)1 SEC(P)5  
SemesterVI  DSE(P)2 SEC(P)4  
GE  SemesterI  GE1 
SemesterII  GE2  
SemesterIII  GE3  
SemesterIV  GE4 
Department of Mathematics Sukanta Mahavidyalaya
SPECIAL LECTURE ON ‘NECESSITY AND IMPORTANCE OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS’
Dated: 18th November, 2022
CELEBRATION OF TEACHERS’ DAY 2022
Date: 6th September, 2022
STUDENTS’ FAREWELL PROGRAMME 2022
Date: 13th August, 2022
EDUCATIONAL TOUR 2022
Dated: 13th June, 2022
SPECIAL LECTURE ON ‘A JOURNEY FROM METRIC SPACES TO TOPOLOGICAL SPACES’
Dated: 19th April, 2022
CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY
DATED: 28TH February, 2022
RESULT ANALYSIS
Department of Mathematics
RESULT ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICS HONOURS STUDENTS PASSED IN 2021
GRADE 
F 
P 
C 
C+ 
B 
B+ 
A 
A+ 
O 
Total No. of Students 

% Obtained  040  4041  4151  5156  5661  6171  7181  8191  91100  
No. of Student 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
13 
8 
0 
21 
RESULT ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICS HONOURS STUDENTS PASSED IN 2022
GRADE 
F 
P 
C 
C+ 
B 
B+ 
A 
A+ 
O 
Total No. of Students 

% Obtained  040  4041  4151  5156  5661  6171  7181  8191  91100  
No. of Student 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
7 
13 
0 
20 
Google form links for submission of Answer Sripts
Department of Mathematics
Sukanta Mahavidyalaya
The students must create a single PDF file for answer scripts of each paper maintaining the
following guidelines:
1) Each page of the answer scripts should contain the Page sequence (Number).
2) File format should be in PDF format only.
3) File size should not exceed 10 MB.
4) File Name should be in the following formatUniversity Roll No & Paper Name.
GOOGLE FORM LINKS
For CBCS System: https://forms.gle/TCHvfrQW6ghPTabA6
For further details or any doubt please contact to the Department of Mathematics, Sukanta
Mahavidyalaya.