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Jayanta Kumar Maiti

Associate Professor
The Department of Mathematics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.
Knowledge : Fluid Mechanics
Year Of Experience : 27 years


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Bimal Krishna Das

Associate Professor
The Department of Mathematics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.,Ph.D.
Knowledge : Oceanography and Meteorology
Year Of Experience : 24 years


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Pradip Kumar Gain

Associate Professor
The Department of Mathematics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Knowledge : Mathematical Logic, Fuzzy Topology
Year Of Experience : 21 years


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Sangita Chakraborty

Associate Professor
The Department of Mathematics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., Ph.D. (I.I.T. Kharagpur).
Knowledge : Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Year Of Experience : 16 years


Sankar Das

Assistant Professor and Head
The Department of Mathematics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc
Knowledge : Oceanography and Meteorology
Year Of Experience : 9 years

Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, relation, changes, various topics of pattern, form & entity. Mathematician seeks out patterns and other qualitative dimensions whether dealing with numbers, space, natural science, computers, imazinary, abstractions or other entities through establishment of truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chosen axioms and definations. Today, Mathematics is used throughtout the world as an essential tool in many fields including natural science, engineering, medicine & social sciences such as economics & psychology.

The department of Mathematics started in the year 1959 and the Honours course was introduced in 1964.

Many distinguished scholars taught in this department in the past, and turned out meritorious scholars who are presently well – placed in Universities and various government departments.

The teachers of our department attend the seminars in different universities and colleges. We also organize seminars in the colleges to make the students of the department to be aware of the latest development in the field of Mathematics.

The results in both part – I and part – II Examinations are encouraging. The percentage of successful Honours candidates is 90 and above with 2/3 first classes every year. Some of the teachers have the distinction of working as research scholar in Vidyasagar University, Midnapore and some again have records of publication of papers in different national and international journals.

Some teachers of the department have distinction of involvements in research & project work, post graduate level teaching and high level administrative works in the sphere of higher Education.

BSc. Mathematics Honours

The intake capacity of Mathematics Honours is 105. The general or subsidiary subjects are Physics, Chemistry (b) Physics, Computer Science (c) Economics, Political science, Philosophy (any two) [any one group]. It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year, Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Total of 800 marks in honours subjects, 600 in general papers and 150 in compulsory papers. The admission details for can be viewed in this link.

B. Sc. General (Pure Science)

The subjects of B. Sc. General (Pure Science) are (a) Mathematics, physics, Chemistry (b) Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science (c) Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science (d) Mathematics, Economics, Geography, History/ Sociology/ Economics. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year, Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects. The admission details can be viewed in this link.


Journal Publication

  1. On Some Decompositions of Fuzzy Soft Continuity, 39-52.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,P. Mukherjee and R. P. Chakraborty
    Book : Journal of New Theory (2149-1402).
    Year : 2014

  2. A note on fuzzy soft semi open sets and fuzzy soft semi continuous functions, 973-989.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and P. Mukherjee
    Book : The Journal of Fuzzy Mathematics (1066-8950).
    Year : 2014

  3. On Compact and Semicompact Fuzzy Soft Topological Spaces, 425-445.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : Journal of Mathematical and. Computational. Science(1927-5307).
    Year : 2014

  4. On Generalization of S-closedness For Fuzzy Topological Spaces Through Fuzzy Ideals, 159-165.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : International. Journal of mathematical Archive (2229-5046).
    Year : 2014

  5. Lambert Academic Publishers, Saarbr cken, Deutschland, Germany.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain
    Book : ISome Problems of Fuzzy and Fuzzy Soft Topological Spaces.(978-3-659- 74114-2).
    Year : 2014

  6. A New Approach Towards Characterization of Semicompactness of Fuzzy Topological Space and Its Crisp Subsets, 1-6.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : Journal of Fuzzy Set Valued Analysis(2193-4169).
    Year : 2013

  7. On Some Structural Properties of Fuzzy Soft Topological Spaces, 1-15.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,P. Mukherjee, R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : International Jounrnal of Fuzzy Mathematical Archive (2320-3250).
    Year : 2013

  8. On Some Decompositions of Fuzzy Continuity Through Fuzzy Topological Ideal, 21-30.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : IInternational Journal of Mathematical Research Science (2347-3975).
    Year : 2013

  9. On Characterization of Some Fuzzy Subsets of Fuzzy Ideal Topological Spaces and Decomposition of Fuzzy Continuity, 115-120.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : CiiT International Journal of Fuzzy Systems (0974-9721).
    Year : 2012

  10. Characterization of Some Fuzzy Subsets of Fuzzy Ideal Topological Spaces and Decomposition of Fuzzy Continuity, 149-161.

    Author : Dr. Pradip Kumar Gain,R. P. Chakraborty and M. Pal
    Book : International Jounrnal of Fuzzy Mathematics and Systems (2248-9940).
    Year : 2012

  11. Foreign Direct Investment In Higher Education In India: Aspirations and Reality , 106-140.

    Author : Dr. Subrata Kundu
    Book : Foreign Direct Investment and Its Impact on Indian Economy. Published by Kharagpur College(978-81-928665-0-5).
    Year : 2013

  12. Higher Education in India: Twelfth Five year Plan (2012-2017).

    Author : Dr. Bimal Krishna Das
    Book : Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Seminar , Midnapur College.
    Year : 2013

  13. Direct Taxes Code and Its Impact On The Society , 88 -96.

    Author : Dr. Subrata Kundu
    Book : Direct Taxes Code: A Revolution in the Way of Tax Reforms. Published by Kharagpur College(978-81-928-721-8-6).
    Year : 2012

  14. System of Governance in Higher Education.

    Author : Dr. Bimal Krishna Das
    Book : Dr. Bimal Krishna Das
    Year : 2012

  15. Concept of Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology in College Level.

    Author : Dr. Bimal Krishna Das, Dr. Tapanendu Kamilya
    Book : Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Seminar ,Narajole Raj College, Narajole .
    Year : 2012

  16. Magnetohydrodynamic Flow with Reference to non-coaxial Roation of a porous Disk and a fluid at infinity.

    Author : Dr. M. Guria, Prof. R.N.Jana
    Book : International Journal of Dynamics of Fluids, Vol. -7, No.-1, pp. 25-34.(0973-1784) .
    Year : 2011

  17. Current Trends in Biological Sciences.

    Author : Dr. Bimal Krishna Das
    Book : Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Seminar , Pingla Thana Mahavidyalaya .
    Year : 2011