# [Download] Final B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus (Honours & Generic) upgraded 2020 – University of Calcutta

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### Final B.Sc Mathematics Honours & Generic CBCS Syllabus

University of Calcutta(CU)

## B.Sc Mathematics (Honours & General) CBCS Syllabus

Calcutta University is set to introduce semester exams and choice-based-credit-system (CBCS) in the undergraduate B.Sc Mathematics Honours & General and will follow B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus for that . The students taking admissions in colleges affiliated to CU, commencing from 2018-2019 academic year in the UG courses will be registered under the new CBCS format & examinations will be evaluated on CBCS method.

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#### Exam and grade points under B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus

The examination will now be on grade points and the student score sheet will be on 10 point grade scale. No marks will be mentioned. Combining all semesters an honours student has to appear for 140 credit points in three years across 6 semesters. In general, a student needs to appear on 120 credit points. To graduate, in six semesters an honours candidate needs to secure CGPA 4 and general student needs to bag 3 CGPA.

##### CBCS rules for B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus (Hons & Pass) under CU

- In CBCS, students will be allotted 10 marks for attendance and 10 marks for internal assessment in each paper.
- The 10 marks allotted to internal exam is to be conducted by the colleges.
- In laboratory based subjects out of the remaining 80 marks, 30 marks has been allotted to practical tests and 50 marks to theoretical paper.
- In case of non-laboratory based subjects, out of 80 marks, 15 will be given to tutorials and remaining 65 marks will be theory paper.
- Combining all semesters an honours student has to appear for 140 credit points in three years across 6 semesters.
- In general, a student needs to appear on 120 credit points.
- To graduate, in six semesters an honours candidate needs to secure CGPA 4.000 and general student needs to bag 3.000 CGPA.
- For upgrade or reexamination, a candidate will be allowed to reappear in any paper in which they have failed.
- In case of review, a student can demand a reevaluation of their answer scripts and see themselves.
- Within five years, enrolled students will have to complete the course for which he or she has taken admission.

We provide ONLINE & CLASSROOM coaching classes for B.Sc Mathematics Hons. & Pass 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, SEMESTER-I to SEMESTER-VI, students of **Calcutta University (CU) **. B.Sc Mathematics CBCS classes are taken are taken by Prof. Sudipta Ma’am & Prof. Biswadip Sir., Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), Narendrapur.

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#### UG Mathematics course - under B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus

B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics or Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mathematics is an undergraduate Mathematics course and B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus will follow from 2018 onward in CU. Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. For the reason that the mathematics program provides a deep insight on geometry, trigonometry, calculus and various other theories in Mathematics or related disciplines, such as Computer science or Statistics. Furthermore the study of the normal Bachelor of Science subjects likewise Physics and Chemistry, they also have maths as pass subject. Furthermore, the duration of the course is three years and for the reason that the B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus for the course is divided into either six semesters over the three-year course.

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### B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus [ Hons ]

(w.e.f. 2018)

In this semester, there are two CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100) & of credits 6 (5+1*=6).

**Core Course-1: Calculus, Geometry & Vector Analysis**

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

In this semester, there are two CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100) & of credits 6 (5+1*=6).

**Core Course-3: Real Analysis**

**Core Course-4: Group Theory-I**

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

In this semester, there are three CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100) & each of credits 6 (5+1*=6) and one SEC-A of marks 100(=80 + 20***) & of credits 2. A student has to opt for any one of the subjects available under each category.

**Core Course-5: Theory of Real Functions**

**Core Course-6: Ring Theory & Linear Algebra-I**

**Core Course-7: Ordinary Diﬀerential Equation & Multivariate Calculus-I**

**SEC-A:**

**C Programming Language****Object Oriented Programming in C++**

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

In this semester, there are three CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100) & each of credits 6 (5+1*=6) and one SEC-B of marks 100(=80 + 20***) & of credits 2. A student has to opt for any one of the subjects available under each category.

**Core Course-8: Riemann Integration & Series of Functions**

**Core Course-9: Partial diﬀerential equation & Multivariate Calculus-II**

**Core Course-10: Mechanics**

**SEC-B:**

**Mathematical Logic****Scientiﬁc computing with SageMath & R**

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

In this semester, there are two CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100) & each of credits 6 (5+1*=6) and two DSE of marks 100(65+15**+20***=100) & of credits 6(5+1*=6).

A student has to opt for any one of the subjectsin DSE-A(1) and any one in DSE-B(1) in Semester 5.

**Core Course-11: Probability & Statistics**

**Core Course-12: Group Theory-II & Linear Algebra-II**

**DSE-A(1): **

**Advanced Algebra****Bio Mathematics****Industrial Mathematics**

**DSE-B(1):**

**Discrete Mathematics****Linear Programming**

& Game Theory**Boolean Algebra**

& Automata Theory

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

In this semester, there are three CC papers, B.Sc Mathematics CBCS Syllabus, each of 100 marks (65+15**+20***=100 for CC 13 , 50+20**=70 for CC 14 and 30 marks for CC 14 Lab) & each of credits 6 (5+1*=6 for CC 13, 4+2=6 for CC 14) and two DSE of marks 100(65+15**+20***=100) & of credits 6.

**Core Course-13: Metric Space & Complex Analysis**

**Core Course-14: Numerical Methods**

**Core Course-14 Practical: Numerical Methods Lab**

**Discipline Speciﬁc Elective- A(2):**

- Diﬀerential Geometry
- Mathematical Modelling
- Fluid Statics & Elementary Fluid Dynamics

**Discipline Speciﬁc Elective-B(2):**

- Point Set Topology
- Astronomy

& Space Science - Advanced Mechanics

*1 Credit for Tutorial

**15 Marks are reserved for Tutorial

***20 Marks are reserved for Internal Assessmen & Attendance (10 marks for each)

A student has to opt for any one of the subjects available under each category.

**SEC-A (for Semester 3)**

- C Programming Language
- Object Oriented Programming in C++

**SEC-B (for Semester 4)**

- Mathematical Logic
- Scientiﬁc computing with SageMath & R

A student has to opt for any one of the subjects in DSE-A(1) and any one in DSE-B(1) in Semester 5. The student has to opt for any one of the subjects in DSE-A(2) and any one in DSE-B(2) in Semester 6.

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