About the Department
The Department of Mathematics started along with the institute (1963). The department initially catered to the needs of the UG and PG Engineering Mathematics and subsequently, in 2019-20, introduced the PG programme, namely, the M.Sc. (Mathematics).
Department of Mathematics caters to the needs of the Engineering Departments and Department of Computer applications of the institution but also offers its own master’s program: M.Sc. (Mathematics). People from across the country come and enroll to the Ph.D. program with faculties having expertise in the areas of Discrete Mathematics, Number Theory, Real Functions, Differential Geometry, Graph Theory, Complex Analysis and many more. The strength of department lies in the blend of 12 (8 Full Time+ 4 on contract) and 1 non-teaching staff.
Message from HOD
The Department of Mathematics of JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru has established in the year 1963 in Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru. The department initially catered to the needs of the UG and PG Engineering Mathematics and subsequently, in 2019-20, introduced the PG programme in Mathematics, namely, the M.Sc.(Mathematics). The department of Mathematics has 12 distinguished and committed faculty members with research interests in diverse areas of Mathematics. Seven faculties are with Ph.D. degree. Our faculty members are actively engaged in diverse fields of mathematical research in pure and applied, namely, Number Theory, Complex Analysis-Univalent function theory, Discrete Mathematics, Algebraic Graph Theory, Differential Geometry and Real Functions. Faculty together possess more than 200 publications in diverse international and national Scopus/Web of science indexed journals. The senior faculty are serving as reviewers and editorial board members in several prestigious national & international journals. Many faculties have collaboration with other reputed institute faculties in India and abroad.
The Department of Mathematics of JSS Science and Technology University is committed to providing best education and facilitating transmission of knowledge by adopting latest developments in pedagogy. Since the ‘Mathematics’ is a deeply interconnected subject, to enrich student and teachers’ knowledge the department is constantly organizing Seminars/Conferences/Workshops. These programmes equip students with a range of mathematical skills in problem-solving, project work and presentation, preparing them for a variety of situations in research and employment.
P. S. K. Reddy
Professor and Head
Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +91-99640 69548
The vision of Department of Mathematics is to develop and maintain overall academic excellence in the educational and research activities carried out.
The mission of the Department of Mathematics includes the following:
- To impart the best quality education in Mathematical Fundamentals to all the Engineering Students of the institute.
- To produce high quality professionals to meet the needs of software industry through the PG program: M.Sc. (Mathematics). To engage in R&D work in the frontier areas of Mathematical and Computational Sciences.
The department offers mathematics courses to the students of B.E., B.C.A, & M.Tech. programmes. The Department is offering two years Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Mathematics Programme under Faculty of Science. The Programme is offered by the Department of Mathematics with two streams namely, Mechanical Sciences and Data Sciences. This is a industry and research oriented programme. Premier industries, research institutions have been contacted for internship and placements.
The department is recognized as research center by JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru to offer Ph.D. program. People from across the country come and enroll to the Ph.D. program with faculties having expertise in the areas of Discrete Mathematics, Number Theory, Real Functions, Differential Geometry, Graph Theory, Complex Analysis and many more.
- Discrete Mathematics,
- Number Theory,
- Real Functions,
- Differential Geometry,
- Graph Theory,
- Complex Analysis
Our plan involves the following:
- To provide excellent and innovative engineering and post-graduate mathematics education
- To prepare graduate/postgraduate students for leadership in their career paths
- To become one of the top research departments in India
- To create an exciting, dynamic and independent/collaborative research environment
- To develop best facilities for teaching and research in mathematics
- Expand department’s outreach activities
- Improve department research profile
- Enhance undergraduate and Post graduate programs
- Improve faculty training and mentoring
- Conduct capacity building programmes in mathematics for teachers/students
- To attract motivated and talented students to the master’s and doctoral programmes of the Department.
- Improve collaborations and interactions with other institutions in India and abroad
- Improve structure of syllabus, curriculum, coursework/exam requirements to meet the global standards
- To start new undergraduate programmes in Pure and Applied Mathematics
- To build on inter-disciplinary programmes with other departments within JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru.
|#||Program Educational Objectives:-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PEO – 1||Apply their knowledge in modern industry or teaching, or secure acceptance in high quality graduate programs in mathematics.|
|PEO – 2||Development in their chosen profession and/or progress towards higher education.
|PEO – 3||The trust and respect of others as effective and ethical team members.
|PEO – 4||Students become effective collaborators and innovators, leading or participating in efforts to address social, technical and professional challenges.|
|PEO – 5||Promote the culture of interdisciplinary research among all disciplines and applied mathematics.|
|#||Program Specific Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PSO-1||Students will demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Mathematics, both in theory and application. They develop problem-solving skills and apply them independently to problems in pure and applied mathematics.|
|PSO-2||Students will attain the ability to identify, formulate and solve challenging problems in Mathematics. They assimilate complex mathematical ideas and arguments.|
|PSO-3||Students will be able to analyze complex problems in Mathematics and propose solutions using research based knowledge.|
|PSO-4||Students will be able to work individually or as a team member or leader in uniform and multidisciplinary settings.|
|PSO-5||Students will develop confidence for self-education and ability for lifelong learning. Adjust themselves completely to the demands of the growing field of Mathematics by lifelong learning.|
|PSO-6||Effectively communicate about their field of expertise on their activities, with their peer and society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations.|
|PSO-7||Prepare students for pursuing research or careers in industry in mathematical sciences and allied fields.|
|PSO-8||Continue to acquire relevant knowledge and skills appropriate to professional activities and demonstrate highest standards of ethical issues in mathematical sciences.|
|PSO-9||Create awareness to become an enlightened citizen with commitment to deliver one’s responsibilities within the scope of bestowed rights and privileges.|
|PSO-10||Nurture problem solving skills, thinking, creativity through assignments, project work.|
|PSO-11||Provide advanced knowledge on topics in pure mathematics, empowering the students to pursue higher degrees at reputed academic institutions.|
|PSO-12||Crack lectureship and fellowship exams approved by UGC like CSIR – NET and SET.|
|#||Program Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PO-1||Provide a strong foundation in different areas of Mathematics, so that the students can compete with their contemporaries and excel in the various careers in Mathematics.|
|PO-2||Develop abstract mathematical thinking.|
|PO-3||Motivate and prepare the students to pursue higher studies and research, thus contributing to the ever increasing academic demands of the country.|
|PO-4||Enrich the students with strong communication and interpersonal skills, broad knowledge and an understanding of multicultural and global perspectives, to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, both as leaders and team members.|
|PO-5||Facilitate integral development of the personality of the student to deal with ethical and professional issues, and also to develop ability for independent and lifelong learning.|
|UG details||PG details||Research Programmes|
UG details PG details Research Programmes M.Sc. (Mathematics) Ph.D.
The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, senior faculty, external academicians, members of industry, alumni members, and student members. The committee will review the academic quality and suggest improvements in the related areas.
|#||NAME WITH DESIGNATION NAME WITH DESIGNATION||CATEGORY|
|1||Dr. P. S. K. Reddy||Internal Academician Chairman|
|2||Dr. Smitha M.||Internal Academician Convener|
|3||Dr. R. Rajendra||External Academician|
|4||Dr. Ch. Srikanth||Industry|
|5||Mr. Nithin Girish||Alumni|
|6||Dr. R. G. Veeresha||Internal Academician Member|
|7||Mr. Akshay H. K.||Student|
Program Assessment Committee – PAC is constituted to assess the academic process of the program.
The following are the roles of the Program Assessment Committee:
- Assist in framing Course Outcomes and mapping COs to POs / PSOs.
- Contribute in the Teaching Learning Process of the program.
- Suggest additional assessment techniques other than CIE.
- Verify the course and program attainment process.
- Verify the action plans and their attainment in each course.
Program Assessment Committee:
- Dr. R. G. Veeresha
- Prof. Manjunatha B. J.
- Dr. B. Prashanth
|S. No||Category||Designation||Name of the Person|
|1||The Dean(s) of the Faculties||Ex-Officio Member||Dr. B. Manoj Kumar, Dean (Academics)
Dr. S. B. Kivade, Dean (Engineering
Dr. P. Mallu, Dean (Science)
|2||Head of the Department||Chairperson||Dr. P. S. K. Reddy|
|3||All Professors of the Department||Members||—|
|4||Two Senior Associate Professors of the concerned Department by rotation||Member||Dr. T. D. Roopamala|
|5||One Senior Assistant Professor of the concerned Department by rotation||Member||Dr. H. L. Shivarudrappa|
|6||One External Subject Expert from any reputed Academic / Research Institution / Other Universities nominated by the Academic Council||Member||Dr. B. R. Shankar
Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences
National Institute Of
Surathkal, Mangaluru -575 025
|7||One External subject expert from any reputed Academic/Research Institutions/other Universities nominated by the Vice Chancellor upon recommendation by the Dean of respective faculty||Member||Dr. Patil C. M.
Professor & Head
Department of Electronics &
Vidyavardhaka College of
|8||Two external members from concerned industry/ Government Departments/ Public Sector undertakings/ allied area relating to placement, nominated by the Academic Council upon recommendation by the Dean of respective faculty||Members||1. Sri. Sreenivasa Ramanujam
Academic Relationship Manager,
Tata Consultancy Services,
VYDEHI RC-1 Block, 82, EPIP,
Bengaluru- 560 066
2. Dr. Gowreesh Subramanya S
USS Academy of Technical
Education, JSSATE Campus,
Uttarahalli-Kengeri Main Road,
Bengaluru – 560 060
Mobile: 99595 77166
|9||One postgraduate meritorious alumnus, to be nominated by the Head of the Department||Member||—|
|10||The Chairperson, Board of Studies, may with the approval of the Vice Chancellor, Co-opt as Members:
a) One external subject expert from reputed Academic/ Research Institution/Other Universities/Industry/ Government departments/ public sector undertakings, whenever special courses of studies are to be formulated.
|Members||Dr. Sharath G.
Department of Mathematics
PES College of Engineering
Mandya 571 401
|b) Two other members of faculty of the concerned Department||Dr. Smitha M.
Prof. Manjunatha B. J.
Quality Monitoring and Administration Committee (QMAC):
- Dr. P. S. K. Reddy
- Dr. R. G. Veeresha
Teaching and Learning Committee (TLC):
- Dr. Smitha M
- Prof. Manjunatha B. J.
Academic Committee (AC):
- Prof. Sujatha R.
- Dr. B. Prashanth
Department Support Activities Committee (DSAC):
- Prof. Manjunath B. J.
- Dr. B. Prashanth
Research & Development Committee (RDC):
- Dr. P. S. K. Reddy
- Dr. B. Prashanth
Laboratory Development Committee (LDC):
- Dr. Smitha M.
- Prof. Sujatha R.
Time table committee (TTC):
- Dr. R. G. Veeresha
- Prof. Manjunath B. J.
- Dr. Smitha M.
- Dr. B. Prashanth
|Mentor: Dr. P. S. K. Reddy|
|1||Adarsh Gowda M. N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Amrutha P||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Amrutha V||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT001||Akshay H K||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT002||Arjun R||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|6||JSTP20MAT015||Surabhi B. K.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Dr. Roopamala T. D.|
|1||Anilkumar S. A.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Athmiya A. S.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Bhumica N||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT003||Bhavana B. U.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT004||Kusuma L.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|6||JSTP20MAT016||Thanusha N. G.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Dr. Smitha M.|
|1||Bindhu K.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Kavyashree T. M.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Manoj K. R.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT005||Likitha K. C.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT006||Navya S||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|6||JSTP20MAT017||Veena M. N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Dr. R. G. Veeresha|
|1||Nisarga S.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Prathiksha M.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Santhosh R.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT007||Pavithra S. D.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT008||Ranjitha R. T.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|6||JSTP20MAT018||Vismaya B. M.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Prof. Manjutha B. J.|
|1||Sharashchandra N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Sushma N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Varshitha N. N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT009||S. Priyanka||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Dr. B. Prashanth|
|1||Yashaswini N||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|2||Yashaswini M. G.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Supriya A. R.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT011||Sherbiya S.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT012||Siddaroodha Meti||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|Mentor: Dr. Saritha G. P.|
|1||Monisha S.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|3||Jeevan M. N.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||I|
|4||JSTP20MAT013||Sinchana D.||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|5||JSTP20MAT014||Sumona Majumder||M.Sc. (Mathematics)||III|
|DOJ||Nature of Association||Email-Id|
|1||Dr. P. S. K. Reddy||M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc.||Professor and Head||12||30-11-2019||Regularemail@example.com|
|2||Dr. T. D. Roopamala||M.Sc., MS, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||34||28-11-1988||Regularfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Dr. H. L. Shivarudrappa||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||22||27-04-2007||Regularemail@example.com|
|4||Dr. Smitha M.||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||18||02-09-2011||Regularfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||Dr. R. G. Veeresha||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||14||16-08-2012||Regularemail@example.com|
|6||Prof. Manjunatha B. J.||M.Sc., (Ph.D.)||Assistant Professor||12||16-08-2012||Regularfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||Prof. Sujatha Raju||M.Sc., M.Phil.||Assistant Professor||11||14-07-2016||Regularemail@example.com|
|8||Dr. B. Prashanth||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||16||05-09-2019||Regularfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Prof. Nalina C.||M.Sc., (Ph.D.)||Assistant Professor||8||23-02-2022||Contractualemail@example.com|
|10||Prof. Rashmi||M.Sc., (Ph.D.)||Assistant Professor||8||23-02-2022||Contractualfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|11||Prof. Pratibha Tonashal||M.Sc., B.Ed.||Assistant Professor||4||23-02-2022||Contractualemail@example.com|
|12||Dr. Saritha G. P.||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||17||08-03-2022||Contractualfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|1||Mrs. Vani C.||M.Sc., B.Ed.||Instructoremail@example.com|
|#||Research Guide||Area of Specialization|
|1||Dr. P. S. K. Reddy||Discrete Mathematics, Real Functions and Differential Geometry|
|2||Dr. T. D. Roopamala||Computational Techniques|
|3||Dr. H. L. Shivarudrappa||Complex Analysis|
|4||Dr. Smitha M.||Graph Theory|
|5||Dr. R. G. Veeresha||Number Theory|
|6||Dr. B. Prashanth||Graph Theory|
|7||Dr. Saritha G. P.||Complex Analysis|
|Research Topic||Registration Year||
|Dr. P. S. K. Reddy||Mr. Somashekar P. (Part Time)||Some Contributions to the Theory of Graphs||2020||Ongoing|
|Mrs. Prajna Seetharam Rai (Part Time)||Some Studies on Geodesic Based Properties of Graphs
|Nalina C.||Contributions to Some Topics in Graph Theory||2021||Ongoing|
|2||Dr. Smitha M.||Shashirekha S||2021||Ongoing|
|3||Dr. B. Prashanth||Abhishek M||2021||Ongoing|
|#||Project Title||Principal Investigator||Duration||Funding Agency||Amount||Action||Date of Sanction|
|1||Ramanujan’s Eisenstein Series and its Applications||Dr. R. G. Veeresha||3 Years||SERB, DST||Rs. 500500=00||Completed||24-03-2017|
Faculty members and research scholars undertake research work along with their regular teaching workload. They have published around “In_Numbers”+ Articles in Journals / Conferences. Some of the quality publications are listed here.
Papers published in the last five years:
|Academic Year||International Journals||International Conferences|
|1||G. Somashekhara, S. Girish Babu and P. S. K. Reddy, C-Bochner Curvature Tensor under D-Homothetic Deformation in LP-Sasakian Manifold, Bulletin of International Mathematical Virtual Institute, 11(1) (2021), 91-98. (ISSN: 1840-4367, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina)|
|2||H. G. Nagaraja, Dipansha Kumari and P. S. K. Reddy, Submanifolds of – Contact Metric Manifold as Ricci Solitons, Proceedings of Jangjeon Mathematical Society, 24(1) (2021), 11-19. (Scopus Indexed) (ISBN: 89-87809-15-3, ISSN:1598-7264, South Korea)|
|3||G. Somashekhara, S. Girish Babu and P. S. K. Reddy, Indefinite Sasakian Manifold with Quarter-Symmetric Metric Connection, Proceedings of Jangjeon Mathematical Society, 24(1) (2021), 91-98. (Scopus Indexed) (ISBN: 89-87809-15-3, ISSN:1598-7264, South Korea)|
|4||R. Rajendra, P. S. K. Reddy and C. N. Harshavardhana, Tosha Index for Graphs, Proceedings of Jangjeon Mathematical Society, 24(1) (2021), 141-147. (Scopus Indexed) (ISBN: 89-87809-15-3, ISSN:1598-7264, South Korea)|
|5||P. S. K. Reddy, K. N Prakasha and Ismail Naci CANGUL, Inverse Sum Indeg Energy of a Graph, Advanced Studies in Contemporary Mathematics, 31(1) (2021), 7-20. (ISSN: 1229-3067, South Korea)|
|6||R. Rajendra, P. S. K. Reddy and C. N. Harshavardhana, Rest of a vertex in a graph, Advances in Mathematics: Scientific Journal, 10(2) (2021), 697-704. (Scopus Indexed) (ISSN: 1857-8365 (Printed Version), ISSN: 1857-8438 (electronic version), Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia)|
|7||R. Rajendra and P. S. K. Reddy, Tosha-degree of an edge in a graph, Southeast Asian Bulletin of Mathematics, 45(1) (2021), 91-103. (ISSN: 0129-2021, China) (Indexed in Web of Science)|
|8||R. Rajendra, P. S. Guruprasad, K. Bhargava and P. S. K. Reddy, Partitions and Labeled Trees, Proceedings of Jangjeon Mathematical Society, 24(2) (2021), 197-204. (Scopus Indexed) (ISBN: 89-87809-15-3, ISSN:1598-7264, South Korea)|
|9||R. Rajendra and P. S. K. Reddy, Some Results on Order Prime Graphs and General Order Prime graphs, Proceedings of Jangjeon Mathematical Society, 24(2) (2021), 223-230. (Scopus Indexed) (ISBN: 89-87809-15-3, ISSN:1598-7264, South Korea)
|10||R. Rajendra, P. S. K. Reddy and Ismail Naci CANGUL, Stress Indices of Graphs, Advanced Studies in Contemporary Mathematics, 31(2) (2021), 163-173. (ISSN: 1229-3067, South Korea)|
|11||B. Phalaksha Murthy, R. T. Naveen Kumar, P. S. K. Reddy and Venkatesha, On N(k) -Contact Metric Manifold endowed with Pseudo-quasi-conformal Curvature Tensor, Advances in Mathematics: Scientific Journal, 10(4) (2021), 1969–1982.. (ISSN: 1857-8365 (Printed Version), ISSN: 1857-8438 (electronic version), Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia)|
|12||G. Somashekhara, P. S. K. Reddy, N. Pavani and G. J. Manjula, η-Ricci-Yamabe Solitons on Submanifolds of some Indefinite almost Contact Manifolds, Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science, 11(3) (2021), 3775-3791. (ISSN: 1927-5307, London, United Kingdom)|
|13||P. G. Angadi, G. S. Shivaprasanna, R. Rajendra, P. S. K. Reddy and G. Somashekhara, η-Yamabe soliton on 3-dimensional α-Para Kenmotsu manifold, Chinese Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 1(1) (2021), 29–37. (ISSN: 2634-2359, London, United Kingdom)|
|14||P. S. K. Reddy, K. M. Nagaraja and R. Sampath Kumar, α-Centroidal Means and its Applications to Graph Labeling, Palest. J. Math., 10(2) (2021), 704–709. (Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science) (ISSN: 2219-5688, Hebron, Palestine)|
|15||P. Dhanya, K. M. Nagaraja and P. S. K. Reddy, A note on D’Ocagne’s Identity on Generalized Fibonacci and Lucas numbers, Palest. J. Math., 10(2) (2021), 751–755.(Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science) (ISSN: 2219-5688, Hebron, Palestine)|
|16||K. B. Mahesh, R. Rajendra and P. S. K. Reddy, Square Root Stress Sum Index for Graphs, Proyecciones, 40(4) (2021), 927-937. (Scopus Indexed) (ISSN: 0716-0917; EISSN: 0717-6279, Antofagasta, Chile)|
|17||G. Somashekhara, S. Girish Babu and P. S. K. Reddy, Conformal Ricci Soliton in an Indefinite Trans-Sasakian manifold, Vladikavkaz Mathematical Journal, 23(3) (2021), 43-49. (Scopus Indexed) (ISSN: 1683-3412, EISSN: 1814-0807, Russia)|
|18||P. G. Angadi, G. S. Shivaprasanna, G. Somashekhara and P. S. K. Reddy, Ricci Solitons on (LCS)-Manifolds under D-Homothetic Deformation, Italian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 46 (2021), 672-683. (Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science)(ISSN: 1126-8042, Italy)|
|19||G. Somashekhara, S. Girish Babu and P. S. K. Reddy, Ricci Solitons and Generalized Weak Symmetries under D-Homothetically Deformed LP-Sasakian Manifolds, Italian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 46 (2021), 684-695. (Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science) (ISSN: 1126-8042, Italy)|
|20||K. Sridevi, P. S. K. Reddy and K. M. Nagaraja, Relative Study on Means in Linear Path and Two Positive Arguments in a Curved Path, Italian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 46 (2021), 696-705. (Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science)(ISSN: 1126-8042, Italy)|
|21||G. Somashekhara, S. Girish Babu and P. S. K. Reddy, Conformal η-Ricci Solitons in Lorentzian Para-Sasakian Manifold Admitting Semi-Symmetric Metric Connection, Italian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 46 (2021), 1008-1019. (Indexed in Scopus and Web of Science) (ISSN: 1126-8042, Italy)|
|22||Y. Shanthakumari, M.Smitha, and V. Lokesha, Average degree exponent sum energy of graphs, Advanced Studies in Contemporary Mathematics, 31(3) (2021), 335-354. (ISSN: 1229-3067, South Korea)|
|23||Yathiraj and T. D. Roopamala, Advanced and efficient way of accomplishing the nearest keyword search using Optimal Data Mining, Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 55(4) (2021). (ISSN: 1671-4512, China)|
|Sl. No.||Name of the Investigator||Project No.||Funding Agency||Title of the project and duration||Amount sanctioned|
|1||Dr. R. G. Veeresha||EMR/2016/001064
|SERB, DST||Ramanujan’s Eisenstein Series and its Applications
Duration: 3 Years