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Introduction to bachelor of science in mathematics

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  2. 2. Introduction to Bachelor of Science in Mathematics<br />
  3. 3. Meaning <br />Bachelor of Science in Mathematics is three year full time course focused on the study of the principles and theories of mathematics which are intended at studying quantity, structure, space, and change. <br />The nature of study involves application of theories to seek patterns, formulate new conjectures, and establish a logical conclusion by rigorous deductions from appropriately chosen axioms and definitions.<br />Mathematics is the backbone of every field of Science; Mathematical conclusions are widely used in all fields of Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Astronomy, Environmental challenges, Entertainment Industry(Especially animations) and of late has been gaining increasing importance in Medical Science and fields of Biology<br />
  4. 4. Education <br />Passed Class12(Science) or Equivalent from a recognised University    <br />Compulsory Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics   <br /> Some Universities conduct an entrance test<br />
  5. 5. Course Description:<br />
  6. 6. Options after the course:<br />Employment<br /><ul><li>Across transport and logistics industries mathematicians rigorously work out solutions to optimize scheduling to reduce costs. Manufacturing Companies look at mathematicians to chalk out solutions pertaining Production planning and forecasting, Optimising supply chain solutions, working out the viability of production facilities and aligning it with the organisations projected road map.
  7. 7. Financial institutions and Insurance firms entirely depend on round the clock calculations taking into consideration global movement of stock, economy, natural, political, regulatory policies and social factors. Tremendous calculations go into working out accurate rates of interests, dividends, premiums, Risk and Trade Offs etc to keep the industry at par and competetive, Needless to say the industry thrives on the principles of mathematics.
  8. 8. Research Laboratories look at mathematicians to conduct simulations and estimations such as:working out detailed plans for clinical trialstest performance, safety, and ergonomics, while at the same time lowering the cost of construction and prototype testingcomputational simulations to show sufficient details to capture the effects of the chemicals.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Enviromental projects for mathematicians include they study of Viability of alternate fuels, assesment of automotive systems to make them more efficient and reduce emissions,climatemodeling at the global, regional, and local levels reduce uncertainties regarding long-term climate change,provideinput for the formulation of energy and environmental policydisease spread in populated areas in the event of a bioterrorism
  9. 9. In Medical and healthcare industry Pharmaceutical companies need to search a large databases to discover patterns to draw parallels with existing research outputs and discover emergin trendsTo study brain signals  to nerves and muscles which helps in designing mechanical replacements to organs.
  10. 10. Regulatory and Preventive Government agenciesMathematically modelling the spread of natural disasters such as floods, forest fires, impact and scale of climate changes etc</li></ul>Study Further<br />An Individual can choose to study Masters of Science(MSc) / Masters of Philosophy / PDoctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Mathematics in India or Abroad<br />
  11. 11.<br />Medical -<br />AIEEE -<br />Aviation -<br />Engineering -<br />Commerce -<br />Medical -<br />Science -<br />Animation -<br />Clinical Research -<br />Hotel Management -<br />Media -<br />Fashion Designing -<br />MBA -<br />IIT -<br />CAT -<br />Media -<br />