Showing posts with label Mathematics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mathematics. Show all posts

### GRE Subject Test: Mathematics

What is the test pattern for GRE Mathematics
No. of Questions: 66
Syllabus and Test Pattern
CALCULUS — 50%

Material learned in the usual sequence of elementary calculus courses — differential and integral calculus of one and of several variables — including calculus-based applications and connections with coordinate geometry, trigonometry, differential equations and other branches of mathematics.

ALGEBRA — 25%

Elementary algebra: basic algebraic techniques and manipulations acquired in high school and used throughout mathematics
Linear algebra: matrix algebra, systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, characteristic polynomials, and eigenvalues and eigenvectors
Abstract algebra and number theory: elementary topics from group theory, theory of rings and modules, field theory, and number theory

Introductory real analysis: sequences and series of numbers and functions, continuity, differentiability and integrability, and elementary topology of R and R²
Discrete mathematics: logic, set theory, combinatorics, graph theory, and algorithms
Other topics: general topology, geometry, complex variables, probability and statistics, and numerical analysis

### An stem is missing in STEM

Yes, Dear Friends, you heard right. According to a research conducted by Institute for Women's and Policy Research (IWPR), participation of females in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is still significantly low. They are underrepresented in Career and Technical Education (CTE), specially in the areas which are male dominated since ages. The IWPR is a research institute based in Washington DC, United States; the institute was founded in 1987 for conducting research on women issues to take care for the needs of women and encourages people to promote female participation in all walks of life.

The IWPR is one of the leading think tank in United States which works around women issues. Though conditions varies and some US States are better than others. The finding raises my eyebrows on thought of, if this is the real condition of women in United States of America, a developed nation then how much pathetic it could be imagined for developing nations in Asia, Africa and other geographies.

Women are integral part of our society; roughly it can be said they makes significant half of the world's human population. Despite they have shown tremendous courage in all walks of life; the world history is witness to it, what is wrong behind social thinking that we push male ahead and our other significant counterparts are pushed behind in the race. Despite we claim that we are socially civilized, we are able to fly a flag on mars, we have won over diseases like cancer, where we are lacking and why we are shying in asking equal participation of our female members of society.

I have personally nothing against any male and female member of any community, i have equal sympathies with everyone who maters to me and who not. This article weblog is for publishing career articles and i personally feel such findings are relevant to this website to encourage the people to put female members in same race track where males are asked to run.

Our society needs expertise, in fact best expertise in all fields, be it science, engineering, cookery, teaching, defence, health care or any other walk of life. Though government in India has many programs to encourage and help women but all such programs are not going to help in real terms till women / female child will not be given same treatment at our homes as we gave to male child.

In most of the social settings there exists dual norms, gender based when it matters to education specially and this is true, biter truth in fact with America also. However, we must need to understand the fact that best brains performs better jobs and not genders. We need to send our girls in same school where our boys goes. We need to send our girls in same sports club where our boys practice, and we need to take care for our female innocents till adolescents in same way as we care for our male child. So that our girls may compete with their male counterparts on similar platform and world may become more beautiful to live, love and laugh! We need stronger stems...

### Sir Srinivas Ramanujan - The Immortal Genius

The man who made India proud without a formal educational qualification and stunned the world's top scientists, engineers and thinkers during British era is called Ramanujan.
He was born in Erode, Madras Presidency (Now its in Tamil Nadu state) on December 22, 1887. This was misfortune for Mathematics, India and the world that Ramanujan didn't live longer but died at very young age of 32 on 26 April 1920.

### IIT Gandhinagar PhD Admission 2014

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar (IITGN) invites applciations for Admission to Ph.D programme in following study areas:

• Biological Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Chemistry
• Civil Engineering
• Cognitive Science
• Computer Science and Engineering
• Earth Sciences
• Electrical Engineering
• English
• Materials Science and Engineering
• Mathematics
• Mechanical Engineering
• Philosophy
• Physics
• Political Science
• Psychology
• Social Epidemiology
• Sociology
• South Asian Studies

### AIEEE 2012 Question Paper, Answer Key, Solution & Analysis

Are you an aspiring engineer, planning to appear for entrance exams like AIEEE and looking for previous years question papers and solutions, if yes, you are in the right place now. Here we are providing happenings from AIEEE 2012 to help you in preparing better. This section also useful to AIEEE 2012 test takers who are taking exam now and awaiting results.

Please not that AIEEE 2012 Results shall be publishind on official website aieee.nic.in during 1st week of June 2012.

Download AIEEE 2012 Question Paper, Answer Key & Solution Set C This solution is property of FIITJEE Ltd New Delhi.

Download AIEEE 2012 Question Paper, Answer Key & Solution Set C, Hindi Medium This solution is property of Resonance Kota and its associates.

### AIEEE 2012 Question Paper Analysis

• The All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) 2012 Offline version conducted on 29.04.2012.
• There were 30 questions in each subject of which 5 were Assertion Reason Type in Mathematics and 3 in Physics.
• Each Section i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics carries 120 marks that means a total aggregate of 360 marks.
• The Mathematics was in little higher side. As an analogy mathematics always seems bit tougher being science of sciences.
• Please take in note AIEEE 2012 Online exam is scheduled from 07.05.2012. The results shall be declared during 1st week of June.

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### IIT JEE 2012 Question Paper and Solution

IIT JEE 2012 conducted on April 8, 2012. Download Question Papers and Solutions in PDF eBooks format as supplied by Resonance. These question papers and solutions will help you in analyzing your performance as well as in preparation for upcoming entrance exams.

Resonance is one of the well known coaching center of North India for IIT JEE preparation.

IIT JEE 2012 Results shall be declared on May 18, 2012

### National Institute of Technology - Kurukshetra

Applications on prescribed pro forma are invited for admission to Ph.D (Full–time/Part–time) programmes in (A) Engineering Departments (Civil, Computer, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial Engineering & Management, (B) Sciences (Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics) and (C) Humanities & Social Sciences.

Eligibility: i) Engineering Stream:

(a) Master’s degree (M.Tech./ M.E/ M.S.) or equivalent in appropriate discipline with a minimum of 65% marks in aggregate (of all the years/ semesters of the course), or equivalent CGPA, preceded by a Bachelor’s degree in Engg./Tech. Or

(b) Bachelor’s degree (B.Tech./ B.E.) in appropriate discipline, or equivalent,
with a minimum of 90% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the course), or equivalent CGPA. Such a candidate has to clear compulsorily at least four theory courses of M. Tech. in relevant discipline, as decided by the DRC. Or

(c) Bachelor’s degree (B.Tech./ B.E.) in appropriate discipline, or equivalent, with a minimum of 70% marks in aggregate ( of all the years/ semesters of the course), or equivalent CGPA, and a minimum of 15 years of regular service in Govt. Organizations or teaching institutes of degree level. Such a candidate has to clear compulsorily at least four theory courses of M. Tech. in relevant discipline, as decided by the DRC.

ii) Sciences/Mathematics Stream

Master’s degree (M.Sc. /M.A.) in the appropriate discipline, or equivalent, with a minimum of 65% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the course), or equivalent CGPA.

iii) Humanities & Social Sciences Stream

Master’s degree (M.A.) in the appropriate discipline, or equivalent, with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the course), or equivalent CGPA.
Application procedure: Prospectus and form can be downloaded from the Institute Website: www.nitkkr.ac.in . The applicants are required to attach a bank draft of Rs. 200/- in favour of Director, NIT, Kurukshetra payable at SBI, Kurukshetra along with their application.

Contact Details:
Phone: 0631-2227505, 01744 - 233083,
Tel: http://www.nitkkr.ac.in