# Admission Elegibility

- A person holding intermediate with mathematics subject or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Institute/College with at least 50% marks excluding marks for Hafiz-e-Quran, or any other marks specified shall be eligible for admission to BS Mathematics.
- Admission will be on open merit basis based on marks obtained in the last degree.
**Age**: A candidate must not be more than 23 years of age on October of the year of admission provided that the vice-chancellor may relax the age limit is a very exceptional case.

# Academic Standing

Grade point average:

- Maximum grade point average 4.00
- Minimum grade point average for obtaining the degree 2.50
- To remain on the role of university a student shall be required to maintain the following minimum CGPA otherwise he/she shall be ceased on the university role.
- A student who maintain the minimum GPA/CGPA for promotion and merits the requirements will be promoted to the next semester.
- A student who does not meet the requirements made repeat the whole semester once only. The course creates that student earns in the repeated semester shall replace the previously earned course grades.
- During the specified minimum duration for completing the degree, a student may repeat those course of the previous semester in which he/she secured the grade “F” provided the course load does not exceed the maximum limit of credit hours in a semester. Repetition of lowest grades will be allowed after completing last semester if, the CGPA is less than the degree requirements.
- In the 8th semester if, a student fails to achieve the 2.5 CGPA, he/she have to repeat the course / courses with F & D Grades, so as to make CGPA of 2.5 within the maximum time period allowed for the degree.

# Proposed Study Plan BS Mathematics

Semester – I | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | ENG-301 | Functional English | 3 (3-0) |

2 | SSH-301 | Pakistan Studies | 2 (2-0) |

3 | CS-300 | Introduction to Communication Technologies and Computing Tools | 4 (2-2) |

4 | MATH-301 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry-I | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-302 | Set Theory and Logic | 3 (3-0) |

6 | STAT-301 | Introductory Statistics | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 18 | ||

Semester – II | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | ENG-302 | Communication Skills | 3 (3-0) |

2 | IS/ET-302 | Islamic Studies/Ethics | 2 (2-0) |

3 | CS-301 | Software Packages | 4 (2-2) |

4 | SOS-301 | Moral Foundation of Education | 2 (2-0) |

5 | MATH-303 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry-II | 3 (3-0) |

6 | STAT-302 | Introduction to Probability and Probability Distribution | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 17 | ||

Semester – III | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | ENG-401 | Technical Writing and Presentation Skills | 3 (3-0) |

2 | PHY-401 | Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-401 | Vector Calculus and Complex Numbers | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-402 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-403 | Algebra | 3 (3-0) |

6 | MGT-391 | Business Mathematics | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 18 | ||

Semester – IV | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | SSH-305 | Foreign Languages | 3 (3-0) |

2 | PHY-402 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-404 | Vector and Tensor Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-405 | Linear Algebra | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-406 | Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equation | 3 (3-0) |

6 | MATH-407 | Number Theory | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 18 | ||

Semester – V | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH-501 | Real Analysis-I | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-502 | Group Theory | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-503 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-504 | Analytical Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

5 | CS-323 | Programming Fundamentals | 4 (3-2) |

Total | 16 | ||

Semester – VI | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH-505 | Real Analysis-II | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-506 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-507 | Numerical Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-508 | Complex Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-509 | Topology | 3 (3-0) |

6 | ECON-507 | Mathematics for Economists | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 18 | ||

Semester – VII | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH-601 | Functional Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-602 | Mathematical Physics | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-603 | Differential Geometry | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-604 | Rings and Fields | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH- | Elective-I | 3 (3-0) |

Total | 15 | ||

Semester – VIII | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH | Elective-II | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH | Elective-III | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH | Elective-IV | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-618 | Research Project | 3 (0-3) |

5 | MATH-620 | Seminar | 1 (1-0) |

Total | 13 |

# Scheme of Study For Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Core Courses | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH-301 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry-I | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-302 | Set Theory and Logic | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-303 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry-II | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-401 | Vector Calculus and Complex Numbers | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-402 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 (3-0) |

6 | MATH-403 | Algebra | 3 (3-0) |

7 | MATH-404 | Vector and Tensor Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

8 | MATH-405 | Linear Algebra | 3 (3-0) |

9 | MATH-406 | Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 (3-0) |

10 | MATH-407 | Number Theory | 3 (3-0) |

11 | MATH-501 | Real Analysis-I | 3 (3-0) |

Major Courses | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hours |

1 | MATH-502 | Group Theory | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-503 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-504 | Analytical Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-505 | Real Analysis-II | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-506 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 (3-0) |

6 | MATH-507 | Numerical Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

7 | MATH-508 | Complex Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

8 | MATH-509 | Topology | 3 (3-0) |

9 | MATH-601 | Functional Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

10 | MATH-602 | Mathematical Physics | 3 (3-0) |

11 | MATH-603 | Differential Geometry | 3 (3-0) |

12 | MATH-604 | Rings and Fields | 3 (3-0) |

General Courses | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hour |

1 | STAT-301 | Introductory Statistics | 3 (3-0) |

2 | STAT-302 | Introduction to Probability and Probability Distribution | 3 (3-0) |

3 | PHY-401 | Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

4 | PHY-402 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MGT-391 | Business Mathematics | 3 (3-0) |

6 | CS-323 | Programming Fundamentals | 4 (3-2) |

7 | ECON-507 | Mathematics for Economists | 3 (3-0) |

Compulsory Courses | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Compulsory Courses | Credit Hour |

1 | ENG-301 | Functional English | 3 (3-0) |

2 | ENG-302 | Communication Skills | 3 (3-0) |

3 | SSH-301 | Pakistan Studies | 2 (2-0) |

4 | SSH-305 | Foreign Languages | 2 (2-0) |

5 | CS-300 | Introduction to Communication Technologies & Computing Tools | 4 (2-2) |

6 | CS-301 | Software Packages | 4 (2-2) |

7 | IS/ET-302 | Islamic Studies | 2 (2-0) |

8 | SOS-301 | Moral Foundation of Education | 2 (2-0) |

9 | ENG-401 | Technical Writing and Presentation Skills | 3 (3-0) |

Elective Courses | |||

Sr. No | Course Code | Course Name | Credit Hour |

1 | MATH-605 | Integral Equations | 3 (3-0) |

2 | MATH-606 | Fluid Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

3 | MATH-607 | Combinatorics | 3 (3-0) |

4 | MATH-608 | Special Functions | 3 (3-0) |

5 | MATH-609 | Modeling and Simulation | 3 (2-2) |

6 | MATH-610 | Optimization | 3 (3-0) |

7 | MATH-611 | Analytical Dynamics | 3 (3-0) |

8 | MATH-612 | Quantum Mechanics | 3 (3-0) |

9 | MATH-613 | Special Relatively | 3 (3-0) |

10 | MATH-614 | Galois Theory | 3 (3-0) |

11 | MATH-615 | Measure Theory | 3 (3-0) |

12 | MATH-616 | Advanced Complex Analysis | 3 (3-0) |

13 | MATH-617 | Operation Research | 3 (3-0) |