About the department
The Department of Mathematics is established from the Academic Year 201617. Beginning as a proud part of the Maharshi Karve Stree Shikshan Samstha, Pune, the department is committed towards giving quality education along with moral lessons to the students. With a goal to provide good mathematical skills and making its students viable in the current academic and industrial scenario, the department takes every effort to boost up the students.
The Department is proud to share a similarity with Bharat Ratna Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve of being a unit of mathematics teachers. Maharshi Karve himself was a brilliant mathematics teacher and we are fortunate enough to share the likeness which inspires the department to do better work for the welfare of our students. This lays a small piece of contribution from the department in his bigger work.
Eligibility
 First Year B.Sc. :Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Science stream
Orits equivalent Examinations as per the University of Pune eligibility norms.  Second Year B.Sc. :F.Y.B.Sc. as per University rules.
 Third Year B.Sc. :S.Y.B.Sc.(With Mathematics) or T.Y.B.Sc. Computer Scienceas per University rules.
F.Y.B.Sc. CREDIT SYSTEM 2019 PATTERN  Semester I  Semester II  
2 CREDITS  MT 111 ALGEBRA  MT 121 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY  
2 CREDITS  MT 112 CALCULUS – I  MT 122 CALCULUS – II  
1.5 CREDITS  MT 113 MATHEMATICS PRACTICAL  MT 123 MATHEM ATICS PRACTICAL  
Semester I  Semester II  
S.Y.BSc  MT 211 Multivariable Calculus I  MT 221 Linear Algebra  
MT 212 A Discrete Mathematics OR MT 212 B Laplace Transform and Fourier Series 
MT 222 A Multivariable Calculus II OR MT 222 B Numerical methods and its applications 

MT 213 Practical based on MT211, MT212  MT 223 Practical based on MT221, MT222  
Semester III  Semester IV  
T.Y.BSc.  MT 331 Metric Spaces  MT 341 Complex Analysis  
MT 332 Real AnalysisI  MT 342 Real Analysis II  
MT 333Problem Course based on MT331, MT332  MT 343Problem Course based on MT341, MT342  
MT 334 Group Theory  MT 344 Ring Theory  
MT 335 Ordinary Differential Equations  MT 345 Partial Differential Equations  
MT 336Problem Course based on MT334, MT335  MT 346Problem Course based on MT344, MT345  
Select Any Two out of six courses  Select Any Two out of six courses  



MT 338 Practical based on MT 337  MT 348 Practical based on MT 347 
UG
Course  Class  Strength 
B.Sc.  F.Y.B.Sc.  9 
S.Y.B.Sc.  20  
T.Y.B.Sc.  17 
Name  Photo  Designation  Qualification  Experience 
Pramod V Ghatage  Head and Assistant Professor  MSc. Mathematics, SET  13 years  
Shalaka Kulkarni  Assistant Professor  MSc. Mathematics  7 years  
Rahul Jejurkar  Assistant Professor  MSc. Mathematics, SET, NET, GATE  1.5 years  
Darshana Sonaje  Assistant Professor  MSc. Mathematics, NET, PET SPPU  1 year  
Shambhavi Kawadkar  Assistant Professor  MSc. Mathematics  6 months 
Students
1. Two students of the department cleared JAM 2018 and were shortlisted/selected at IISER, IIT for PG under the training of the department staff.
Miss Sanjan Lawar – IISER Tiruanantpuram (Integrated Ph.D.)
Miss Shamal Ghotkar – IIT Mumbai (M.Tech.)
2. Two students Miss. Pallavi and Miss. Swati Sutar were selected at Mathematics Training and Talent Search (MTTS) among 35 students from all over Maharshtra.
SL NO  NAME OF THE EVENT  LEVEL  DATE  NAME OF THE COORIDNATOR 

1  Mathematics Day  College Undergraduate  15/01/2018  JyotiKhairnar(Physics) 
2  Science Carnival (Combined for all Science Departments)  College Undergraduate  28/02/2018  Archana Kachhaway(Zoology) 
3  Computer Demo Workshop  College Undergraduate  28/07/2018  Mr.PramodGhatage Mrs. SanhitaApte 
4  Guest lecture on CANTOR Set by Dr. Anil Khairnar  UG  30/09/2019  Darshana Sonaje 
5  Mathematics Day  UG  14/01/2020  Prof. Shalaka Kulkarni, Prof Rahul Jejurkar 
The Department of Mathematics proudly celebrates the Mathematics Day every year since its establishment, in the month of January as per college/university academic calendar, while the actual date is 22nd December 2019. It is mainly to celebrate the birth anniversary of the great Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Another objective is to encourage and educate students about various mathematical activities and help them enhance their knowledge of the subject. The activities comprise of guest lectures, quiz competitions, seminars etc.
Programme Outcomes
BSc – Mathematics
After completing BSc Mathematics the students will be able to develop knowledge and understanding of
1. Mathematical reasoning and logical thinking
2. Writing Mathematical proofs
3. Various Methods of Numerical computations
4. Applications of Mathematics
The students will develop the skills of
1. Mathematical arguments with accuracy
2. Construction of logical proofs
3. Solving mathematical problems
4. Forming mathematical models
5. Transforming the knowledge to other courses and to real life problems
Programme Specific Outcomes
The Final Year BSc Mathematics students will be able to understand
1) The analytic from of mathematics for various mathematical situations
2) Extension of certain fundamental concepts of mathematics to broader levels.
3) Abstraction of mathematics
4) Mathematical programming
5) Mathematics as a natural language to express physical world
6) Students will develop skills of handling hardcore mathematical proofs
7) Programming skills with help of C language