The HTIEC University has a special emphasis on the graduate program. We realize that it is only research and higher education that differentiates between the universities and colleges. The progress, development and merit of the universities are gauged on the basis of research productivity. The honor and respect of nation is determined on the basis of the contribution to learning and the creation of new knowledge.
The Department aims to pursue excellence in Mathematics through teaching and research by developing appropriate curricula and teaching practices, acquiring talented faculty members, and providing an environment conducive to teaching, research and learning.
The department of mathematics has a highly qualified and distinguished faculty. There are 03 Ph.D. faculty members having a national and international standing and recognition
The research output of the department is very impressive and speaks clearly for the quality of the work. In the years 2009 and 2010, the faculty has published 250 papers in the journals of international repute.
At present, there are 04 Ph.D. scholars and 65 MS students registered in the department pursuing specialization in different areas of mathematics.
This program requires a course work of 24-credit hours. Also, 6-additional credit hours are required to be completed either through research and submission of a thesis and its successful defence, or by taking 2-additional courses. The Department has highly qualified and distinguished faculty with impressive research output. It has so far contributed 250 research papers in foreign journals of repute. Regular seminars on the most current topics on non-linear sciences are conducted which update the faculty / students with the rapid growth in this area. At MS level, the typical research topics are numerical optimization, numerical analysis, analytical techniques for ODEs and PDEs. Research opportunities are also available in the topics of Fluid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Heat & Mass Transfer, Numerical Methods and Linear & Non-Linear Equations.