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B.Tech Mathematics and Computing Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Technology in Mathematics and Computing

Looking for undergraduate courses that amalgamate mathematics with computer science? Looking for a platform that will channelize your mathematical and analytical skills in the field of computing? B.Tech in Mathematics and Computing is one such course that builds your skills in mathematics, computing and financial engineering. Learn here the details.

Course Name: B.Tech Mathematics and Computing
Group: B.Tech
Stream: Science
Course Category: Math
Duration: 4 years

This is a unique program that has been designed to improve upon the role of pure and applied mathematics in computer science, so as to meet the needs of current scientific investigations and technological developments. It comprises of 3 components that are, mathematics, computer science and financial engineering. The program perfectly blends the 3 giving emphasis on developing the technological aspects of computing and financial engineering. It thus helps, if you have a strong background in mathematics and good analytical skills. A relatively new field, it is finding new applications in government as well as private organizations including, software industries, financial institutions, investment banks and so on.

Eligibility and course duration

Pass in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Math from a recognized board or university. Needless to say you need be good in Math. Admissions are done through entrance tests.

Duration of this undergraduate degree program is 4 years.

Colleges offering B.Tech Mathematics and Computing course in India

College NameUniversityState
Chanderprabhu Jain Institute Of Management & TechnologyGuru Jambeshwar UniversityDelhi
National Institute of TechnologyNational Institute of TechnologyWest Bengal

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More about the course

The aim of the course is to provide you with an in-depth knowledge of computer science, numerical computing and applied mathematics. Through this course in mathematics and computing, you get to gain skills in handling problems in government organizations and in industries by using techniques relevant to computers and mathematics. The main focus of the course is in developing algorithms and mathematical modeling. It lays stress on research and strategic planning. Other than in computing, you get to understand its role in varied fields such as banking, insurance, finance and taxation.

Some of the topics that the course lays stress on are computer fundamentals, engineering mechanics, discrete mathematics, probability theory, random processes, data structures, algorithms, financial engineering, computer architecture, scientific computing, theory of computation and so on.

Prospects and opportunities

B.Tech in mathematics and computing is one of those prestigious courses that open up good many avenues in some varied fields. The courses are undertaken by a few selected institutes like the IITs/NITS and as such the prospect of placements is quite high and students stand to gain amazing packages from reputed companies. A number of banking, insurance and financial institutions are ever on the lookout for such potential candidates. Technological companies related to software and information technology also hire such professionals. Some of the well known companies in this domain are Microsoft, Qualcomm, Open Sol, Visa, Walmart, Net App and Citrix R&D. Students also have opportunities to get into postgraduate courses such as M.Tech/MS and PhD.

B.Tech Mathematics and Computing Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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