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Maths

VISION:

Our vision is to render services to produce high quality engineers to meet the auspicious global challenges with high moralities.

MISSION:

Enable the students to attain excellence in emerging technologies, active learning, critical thinking to become tycoons and promoting ethical values.

Dr.M.Rameswari
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,
Associate Professor & Head
Dr.K.Renganathan
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor
Dr.G.ArockiaPrabakar
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor
Mrs.S.Sudha
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.R.Satheesh Babu
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Mrs.R.Janani
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Mr.P.Nataraj
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.R.Saravanan
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Ms.R.VithyaDevi
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Mrs.S.Hemalatha
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Mr.M.Christopher
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant Professor
Mrs.S.Kavitha
M.Sc.,M.Phil.,
Assistant Professor

The Department of Mathematics started functioning along with the establishment of the College in the year 2011.  The objective of the department is to impart quality education to the engineering students in Mathematics so that they can apply the mathematical knowledge to the problems arising in various disciplines of engineering, science and technology.  The faculty give utmost care to bridge the curriculum and the modern needs.

Conference 

We conducted “National Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Applications” on 28th March 2014.  Participants from other colleges were invited for paper presentation.  The Conference provided a platform for strengthening mathematical research and turned out to be an opportunity for the participants to know the emerging areas of research.

Faculty Development Programme

Faculty Development programme (FDP) provides the opportunities for young faculty to update their knowledge and teaching skills.  “Instead of giving the man fish, teach him how to catch a fish” is an old proverb. According to this, instead of working out 1000 problems, teach the student how to solve a problem – should be the new proverb with respect to mathematics teaching.  This course was an attempt in that direction. We conducted two “Faculty Development Training programmes “Transforms and Partial Differential Equations – MA2211” from 23rd to 29th June 2014 (7 days) and  Mathematics – I – MA6151” from 16th to 22th June 2015 (7 days) which were approved by Anna University, Chennai (Self Supporting Scheme).

The FDPs addressed the challenges in teaching various concepts of Transforms and Partial Differential Equations and Mathematics-I relevant to different Engineering disciplines and laid a strong foundation in the subjects building up confidence and clarity to the faculty through illustrative examples and interesting applications.

Co-curricular activities

First year students, B. Kodeeswaran and T.Prasanth  won the first prize in paper presentation in  one day “National Level Technical Symposium” organized by Nehru Institute of Technology, Coimbatore on 7th Feb 2015 and the same team, won the second prize in puzzle hunt in “National Level Mathematical Symposium” organized­­­­­­­­ by M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur on 30th Jan 2015.

The Head of the Department,

Department of Mathematics,

SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Dindigul – 624 002.

Tamil Nadu, India.

Phone: 0451 – 2448833.

E-mail Id: hodmathssmiet@gmail.com

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