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Department of

Mathematics

M.Sc.-Applied Mathematics

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PDD-Document for the year 2018-2019
PDD-Document for the year 2019-2020

For the Academic year 2019-2020


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)  

PEO1 Graduate will have ability to pursue and undertake inter-departmental research activity in institutes of higher learning.
PEO2 Graduate will have the ability to formulate a mathematical model for real life engineering and scientific problems.
PEO3 The candidate will have the ability to apply his knowledge for a quick and meaningful decision making in planning and production.
PEO4 The candidate will have the ability to run/organize  educational institutes for the benefit of the society.

ProgramOutcomes (POs) 

PO. No. Description
PO1 To identify, formulate, abstract and analyze complex, real life or engineering problems using the principles of mathematical techniques.
PO2 To apply the mathematical concepts in the fields of high end research and recognize their need and prepare for life long learning
PO3 To apply mathematics tools (MATLAB, R, and MINITAB) for a better decision making in complex situations.
PO4 To maintain the core of mathematical and technical knowledge which is adaptable for solid foundation for lifelong learning.
PO5 To apply ethical principles of mathematical techniques for the commitment of professional ethics, responsibilities and socio-economic needs of the society.
PO6 Ability to do interdisciplinary research among allied subjects related to applied mathematics
P07 Use symbolic and numerical software as part of practical computation.

Outcomes -Competencies – Performance Indicators 

PO 1: Ability to assimilate and understand a large body of complex concepts and their interrelationships
Competency Indicators
1.1 To develop mathematical competency to  visualize the problem for practical applications with a possible meaningful solution. 1.1.1 To identify the problem and understand the importance of participating parameters in the field equations, there by identifying the objectives of the problem.
1.1.2 To identify the real life problems, variables and parameters to solve the problem. Further mathematical tools to be identified.
1.2 Demonstrate an ability to 1.2.1 A suitable mathematical model need to be developed there by inter connecting various participating parameters and obtain their relationships and then to correlate the terms. Problems identified , assembled andevaluated based on the characteristic features of the vital terms involved.
formulate a solution plan and methodology for an engineering systems.  
1.2.2 The solution applied with the better tested tools and with the experimental data wherever it is applicable.
PO 2: Apply Advanced Mathematical Techniques to formulate, solve and analyze mathematical models of real life problems
Competency Indicators
2.1 Demonstrate an ability to identify and formulate complex analytical systems coupled with engineering  real lifeapplications. 2.1.1 2.1.2   2.1.3 The course is basically aimed to train the students to pursue their career in several areas of cyber security and network analysis /protection.The cyber security and cryptology are mainly focused at big data analysis and transfer of files in the encrypted form and there by encoded to decryption by the end user. This makes the data transfer more secure and safe.The basic concepts of applied mathematics leads the students to pursue their higher studies in applied mechanics and Ph.D programs. The concepts learned by the students will enable them to design and develop aerodynamical and fuel efficient systems.
2.2 Demonstrate an ability to formulate a solution plan and methodology for an engineering problem 2.2.1  2.2.2 The study involves a comprehensive analysis and design of cyber security and full proof system security. The methods studied will enable the students to apply their knowledge for safe secured transfer of confidential files and more so in the financialsector. The procedures and techniques studied by the students will enable them to apply their knowledge in mathematical modeling of aerodynamic vehicles and structures in civil engineering with higher stability.
2.3 Demonstrate an ability to formulate and interpret a model 2.3.1 The concepts studied by the candidates enable them to apply engineering mathematics and complex computational techniques there by producing and validating results through contemporary engineering tools and models.
PO 3 Identify and apply suitable computational mathematical tools and techniques to solvevarious complex Engineering problems
 
Compete ncy Indicators
3.1 Demonstrate an ability to define a complex / open- ended problem in engineering terms 3.1.1 The complex problems existing the hither to not been aerodynamically designed for better utilization and optimality. The mathematical tools studied by the students will enable the engineers to design a competitive and comprehensive designs viz. as theory of plates and shells and aerodynamic and fire resistance structure for better livingconditions.
PO 4 Ability to communicate, and work, with people of diverse backgrounds in individual and group settings, in an ethical and professional manner.
CompeteNcy  Indicators
4.1 The ability to demonstrate and conduct investigations of technical issues with the understand of technical importance. The scope and importance of the project will be discussed in consultation with the qualified and competent technical man power available in the field further the relevant methods, tools, design and system calibration long with data acquisition will be implemented with the compitenent technical man power.A strong rapport with the local and non local people will be established for the successful implementation of the project.
4.2 Demonstrate an ability to design experiments to solve open ended problems Design and develop experimental approach, specify appropriate equipment and proceduresUnderstand the importance of statistical design of experiments andchoose an appropriate experimental design plan based on the study objectives
PO 5: To maintain a core of mathematical and technical knowledge that is adaptable to changing technologies and provides a solid foundation for life long learning.
Competency Indicators
5.1 Demonstrate an ability to identify / create modern engineering tools, techniques and resources Apart from the class room teaching the candidates shall acquire the knowledge of modern tools and computer aided drafting and practical modeling analysis for the successful implementation of the undertakenjob.It is also expected that create/adopt modify understand implement and exhibit the latest techniques to understand engineeringproblems.
PO 6: Ability to apply Mathematics as a language in a wide range of situations relevant toresearch and industry.
 
Competency Indicators
6.1 Demonstrate an ability to describe engineering roles in a broader context, e.g. pertaining to the environment, health, safety, legal andpublic welfare 6.1.1 Identify and describe various engineering roles;  particularly as pertains to protection of the public and public interest at global, regional and locallevel
6.2 Demonstrate an understanding            of professional engineering regulations, legislationand standards 6.2.1 Interpret legislation, regulations, codes, and standards relevant to your discipline and explain its contribution to the protection of the public
PO 7 Promote interdisciplinary research among allied subjects related to applied mathematics
 
Compete ncy Indicators
7.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of  engineering and industrialpractices on social, environmental and in economic contexts Understand the risk/ impact the life cycle of an engineering/ financial project for the better utility of the social economic community. It is expected that the relation between technical and socio economic relation coupledwiththe environmental balance willbe the need of hour,
PO 8: Use symbolic and numerical software as part of practical computation.
Competency Indicators
8.1 Demonstration of the latest software techni- ques and numerical methods for the real life situations. 8.1.1 A gap between the theoretical knowledge by appling the numerical methods and software techniques will be studied and the gap will be try to fill depending up on the naturalconsequences