HOD's Desk

Welcome to the Department of Mathematics,

Since 1951, the department continues to impart mathematical skill and analytical thinking to all Engineering and Science graduates of this institution. Our focus is primarily on teaching and equally on research also. The department is equipped with 28 dedicated faculty as facilitators with a strong research base. So far, the department has produced 32 doctorates in the field of Applied and Pure Mathematics. To enrich research activities, the department organizes International Conference entitled “International Conference on Applied Mathematical Models (ICAMM)”, once in two years. Abel Laureate Padma Bhusan Prof. Srinivasa Varadhan, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, USA, visited our department during 05 – 07 January 2016.

At this juncture, I thank all our retired faculty and HoDs for shaping the department to this level.

Dr.Arumuganathan R. , Professor & Head

The Department of Mathematics at PSG College of Technology has seen a phenomenal growth and success over the past 60 years. It has achieved the highest standards in both research and teaching. Its reputation attracts the best students, academics, sponsors and partners around the world. The department is designed to provide students with a solid grounding in advanced pure mathematics and also the mathematical logical foundations of computer science. The department also trains engineering students in strong mathematical background to enhance and apply their skills to find solutions to their field specific problems.

At present the department consists of 28 faculty members, 13 with doctorate degrees in various fields. A wide range of seminars is being organized within the department from time to time. An annual feature of the department is the organization of symposiums in memory of the mathematical legend, Srinivasa Ramanujan.


Provide students with the best possible educational and research experience essential.
for developing global citizens.

Apply Mathematical sciences to the pressing problems of the real world.

Explore the two-way relationship between technology and society.


To create competent professionals by inculcating highly skilled mathematical knowledge.

To encourage acquisition of life-long learning skills by educating the leaders of tomorrow.

  • Dr.R.Nadarajan 1997 - 2012
  • Dr.G.V.Krishna Reddy 1968 - 1997
  • Dr.B. Rameswara Rao 1960 - 1967
  • 2016
    Key note address by Abel Laureate