Sl. Name of the Faculty Educational Qualifications Specialization Designation
1 Supriya Mukherjee M.Sc, Ph.D Nonlinear Integrable System Assistant Professor
2 Tarun Maiti, (HOD) M.Sc., Ph.D Operations Research Assistant Professor
3 Dipankar Dey M.Sc. General Topology Assistant Professor
4 Sanjib Gayen M.Sc. Reliability Assistant Professor
5 Samir Saha M.Sc. Mathematical Physics Associate Professor
6 Gayapada Santra M.Sc. Graph Theory & Semigroup Theory SACT-I (UNRESERVED) Less than 10 Years


Teaching Plan

Sl. Name of the Faculty Session -2018-2019 Session -2019-2020 Session -2020-2021
1 Supriya Mukherjee Sem-2 & Sem-4
2 Tarun Maiti, (HOD) Sem-2 & Sem-4
3 Dipankar Dey Sem-2, Sem-4 & Sem-6
4 Sanjib Gayen
5 Samir Saha
6 Gayapada Santra


Departmental Website

Research activity 2015-2018

Sl. Type of publication from the Department Number
1 Full length Paper 6
2 Ongoing Research Project (Minor) 1


Departmental Activities

Students’ Seminar: In 2017, there were ten students who participated in the students’ seminar. Some of the topics selected by them were Cantor sets, Fuzzy Sets, Mathematical Number Scripts and Symbols, the Roman Digits and their Origin, Ramanujan’s Biography, Mathematics in Ancient India, Japanese Multiplication Techniques.

Wall magazineThe current wall magazine was on Vedic Mathematics.

Special lecture: In September 2017 two lectures were organized by the Department.
1) Dr. Anup Sengupta spoke on “Some aspects of Number Theory.”
2) Dr. Banamali Roy spoke on “Introduction to Fractional Differential Equation.”
In 2016, Dr. Gopinath Laha gave a talk on “The Math behind ISBN Number”

A three day UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Differential Equations and Lie Groups” was organized by Bangabasi Evening College in collaboration with Gurudas College, Mathematics Department on November 10th -12th 2016. The seminar proved to be the meeting ground for students, research scholars and teachers to exchange experiences, knowledge, queries and insights. It was an effective platform for all concerned stakeholders to introspect about the numerous challenges and dilemmas facing mathematics studies in India.