Mathematics

About the Department

The Department of Mathematics aims at providing in-depth knowledge of the subject which enables students to pursue their career in diverse range of fields like banking, civil services, corporate sector, actuarial sciences, teaching, research and many more. For the overall development of students, varied range of activities are organized which includes talks, seminars, workshops, quizzes , field visits , excursions and fun events.

Teacher In-Charge: Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam

Association In-Charges:Dr. Amarjeet Singh, Dr. Mukta Garg

Tenure : 2021-2023



Activities 2021-2022

National Webinar
On
"Recent Trends in Statistical Research"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi successfully organized a national webinar on "Recent Trends in Statistical Research". The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges at 11:00 am on 27th August, 2021 via Zoom handle.

Objective of the webinar was to make participants familiar with various statistical trends in the current data-driven era.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by honorable Principal Prof. Swati Pal; her enlightening words provided a necessary boost to the session.

This was followed by an introductory address by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She highlighted the importance of various statistical models and further welcomed the speaker.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Somesh Kumar, Department of Mathematics, IIT- Kharagpur.

He explained the importance of various statistical tools and their usage. He talked about Sampling, Sample Mean, Sample Variance, Chi Square Test, Student’s t-Distribution, Fischer’s Distribution and other statistical techniques that are used nowadays. He also talked about data analytics and how is it an emerging career option.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by 210+ participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Ayushi Jain, General Secretary, Students' Union of Mathematics Association (2020-21) on behalf of Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 91.6% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 98.2% expressed their willingness to attend such programs in future.

 


National Webinar On "Modern Optimization Techniques to Solve Real Life Problems"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a national webinar on "Modern Optimization Techniques to Solve Real Life Problems". The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges at 11:00 am on 26th July, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to make participants familiar with various modern optimization techniques which are used everywhere, from genetic engineering to financial markets, fashion technology to mass communication and also in our daily activities.

   

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She highlighted the importance of optimization techniques in today’s world.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Kusum Deep, Department of Mathematics, IIT- Roorkee.

She explained the optimization problems and its local and global optimal solutions. She discussed various nature inspired optimization techniques such as random search technique, genetic algorithm, particle swarm optimization, artificial bee colony, firefly algorithm, ant colony optimization and many more. She further explained applications of optimization techniques to real life problems such as air defense systems, radiation treatment using circle packing, forecasting of avalanches etc. She illustrated everything beautifully with the help of some video clips.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 190 participants from different domains and colleges.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 94.3% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 97.2% expressed their willingness to attend such programs in future.

Poster of Modern Optimization Techniques to Solve Real Life Problems

     


Mentoring Session

The IQAC and Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a mentoring session with Prof. Swati Pal, Principal of JDMC at 10:00 am on 15th July, 2021. It was organized for all the students of the mathematics department.

The session commenced with the Principal, Prof Swati Pal reiterating the importance of integrity among everyone. She talked about various add-on courses being organized by different departments of our college and threw light on the importance of such courses in our personality development. She guided the students to identify their interests and encouraged them to come up with their own add on courses. She also advised them to work on a research project and to write some research papers. Moreover, She told all the faculty members of the department to together write a book by December.

The session was attended by around 125 participants. It was very informative and enriching for all the students.

     


Activities 2020-2021

Teacher In-Charge: Dr. Ritu Arora

Association In-Charges: Ms. Geeta , Dr. Rashmi Rani

Tenure : 2019-2021


Farewell 2021

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a Virtual Farewell for its graduating batch of 2021. The event was held on 28th June, 2021 on Zoom, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

The event started with a heartfelt farewell message by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College who enlightened the students with her inspirational words and extended her best wishes to all the students. A lot of performances from both 2nd and 1st year students were displayed and much enjoyed by everyone.

The farewell was based on the theme “Olde Worlde” and was conducted in two parts. The entries for Round 1 were taken in advance and judged by the judges, Ms. Sonia and Ms. Chanpreet Kaur. Based on Round 1 results, entries of Round 2 were taken and the results were announced on the day of the farewell along with Round 3.

The results are as follows: -

Miss Farewell 2021- Megha Chauhan

First Runners Up- Nikita

Second Runners Up- Rishita

Ms. Fashion Plate- Renu Meghwal

Ms. Million Dollar Smile- Shubhica

Ms. Graceful- Athira Rajan

Ms. Nightingale- Priyanka Joshi

Gift vouchers were given to all the finalists.

Farewell speech was given by some students of 3rd year. A goodbye video was also displayed for the graduating batch at the end. Thereafter, Dr. Ritu Arora, gave a hearty and insightful farewell message to all the students.

Poster of Farewell 2021

     


OBE Guidance session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, organized an informative session for 3rd-year students of the department regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) on June 05, 2021. The session successfully explained the procedure of OBE. Approximately 70 participants including students and faculty members attended the session via the Zoom app.

Faculty members addressed all the queries put out by the students. It turned out to be a helpful and enlightening session for the students.

Pictures of OBE Guidance Session



National Webinar On "National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a national webinar on “National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 16th April, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to make participants familiar about National Education Policy 2020 and its significant provisions involving mathematics and how it provides a platform to build, nurture, foster, encourage and multiply mathematical thinking.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She highlighted the importance of holistic approach, interactive teaching and research-oriented education needed in today’s world.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Shobha Bagai, Cluster Innovation Center, University of Delhi.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 245 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union (2020-21), Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 89.9% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 89.1% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics

     


OBE Guidance session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an informative session regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) for the 1st year students of the department. An online Zoom meeting was organized on March 12, 2021 to explain the procedure of OBE.

The total numbers of attendees including faculty members were more than 80. The students of third and second year who previously appeared for online examination shared their experience, provided guidance and useful tips regarding the exam. Queries regarding OBE examinations were addressed by faculty members and students familiar with OBE exams.

It turned out to be very helpful and informative session for the students. It also gave comfort and confidence to the students.


Pictures of OBE Session
 


Alpana, Mathematical Rangoli Competition

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Mathematical Rangoli Competition- Alpana from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on February 19, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

Prof. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College welcomed the participants with her inspiring words and boosted their confidence.

The judges for the competition were Ms. Geeta Kwatra, Artist, Ms. Deepti Sethi and Dr. Tanu Gupta, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 students from various colleges were shortlisted on the basis of first-cum-first serve for the competition, out of which 5 students appeared on the day of the competition. The students put their best foot forward and took part in the competition with zest. Innovation and creation are the words that best describes their efforts. Their respective combination of Maths and art were tempting.

The event was attended by more than 35 participants including students and faculty members.

Deepak, a student of Sarada Ukil School of Art, Delhi Polytechnic University was announced as the winner of the competition.

The prize winner was felicitated by cash prize of Rs. 2500 and certificates were given to the all the participants.

     


Unveiling Math- Paper Presentation Competition, Symphony 2021

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Paper Presentation Competition from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on February 17, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. The theme of the competition was Vedic Math. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

The judges for the competition were Dr. Neha Agrawal, Faculty, Kiroli Mal College, Ms. Teena Kohli and Dr. Arti Sharma, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. 8 students from various colleges participated in the competition and presented the concepts of Vedic Math including its origin, 16 Sutras, applications in different fields as well as benefits like increased concentration and innovation ability.

The event was attended by more than 70 participants including students and faculty members. During the competition a short video clip on Vedic Math was also shown.

The result of the event is as follows:

First prize- Ishita Pandey, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.

Second prize- Adityendra Tiwari, Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

Third prize- Simran Ahlawat, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi

The prize winners were felicitated by cash prizes of Rs. 2500, 2000, 1500 respectively and certificates were given to all the participants.

Poster of Unveiling Math, Paper Presentation Competition

     


International Webinar On "Image Compression and Linear Algebra"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized an International Webinar on “Image Compression and Linear Algebra”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 28th January, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to showcase how Linear Algebra can make the Image Compression process faster and more efficient.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She told how linear algebra comprises of methods which help a lot in real world especially in the study and manipulation of images.

This was followed by Principal Prof. Swati Pal; her enlightening words provided a necessary boost to the session.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Rekha Thomas, Walker Family Endowed Professor in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle.

She explained how SVD (Singular Value Decomposition) is extensively used in image compression process resulting in saving computer’s memory. She also discussed the basic idea behind an pixel image and how linear algebra plays a role in it.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 300 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union, Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 94.7% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 90.6% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on "Image Compression and Linear Algebra”

     


Departmental Elections for the Post of General Secretary

RADIAN-CE, The Mathematics Society conducted its annual Departmental Election for the academic year 2020-2021 to elect General Secretary from the 1st year students on 20th January, 2021. The entire department set out to vote digitally via Google forms on 20th January, 2021. The total number of votes casted by the students between 8:30 am – 11:15 am were 173. The results were declared via Google meet, an online platform at 12:00 pm on 21st January, 2021. Everything turned out to be so smooth, without any discrepancies and results were displayed with proper statistics as:

Ayushi Jain – General Secretary

   


Freshers' 2021

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized its Virtual Freshers' Party on 12th January, 2021. The event was held on Zoom app, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher Incharge, Department of Mathematics, welcomed the students with her warm words. The event was graced by Prof. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College. Students felt motivated by her inspiring words. Ms. Teena Kohli and Dr. Arti Sharma were the judges of the Competition.

Theme of the Freshers' Party was 'Anyone But You'. The Miss Freshers’ Competition was held in 3 round: Self Introduction, The Talent Hunt and The Questionnaire Round. Students were asked to send their freshly recorded videos in the first two rounds, prior to the event and the 3rd round was held live, which was further conducted in three different levels: Guess the movie by its dialogue, Guess the song by its music, The Questionnaire Level.

A lot of performances from 2nd and 3rd years, were enjoyed by one and all.

The three winners were felicitated by gift vouchers.

Miss Freshers': Vanshita Sehgal

First Runner-up: Lakshita Madaan

Second Runner-up: Akshita

     


OBE Guidance Session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an informative session regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) in December 2020 for the students of II and III years of the department. An online Google meet was organised on December 10, 2020 to explain the procedure of OBE.

There were two sessions and was attended by 200 students. Few Students of Batch 2020 who passed out by giving online examination were invited to share their experience, provide guidance and useful tips regarding the exam. Queries regarding OBE examinations were addressed by the faculty members and students familiar with OBE exams.

It turned out to be very helpful session for the students who had appeared for OBE in August. It gave comfort and confidence to the students.

     


National Webinar On "How We Can Secure Our Online Communication"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a National Webinar on "How We Can Secure Our Online Communication". The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 19th November, 2020.

Objective of the webinar was to showcase the importance of cyber hygiene to protect ourselves from all types of cyber threats as the significance of online services has increased.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-Charge, Department of Mathematics. With growing Online Communication, Dr. Ritu Arora discussed the need to secure it. The resource person for the webinar was Dr. Dhananjoy Dey, Associate Professor, Interim Dean (IPR) & Dean (A), IIIT, Lucknow (Former Scientist 'E', DRDO, Delhi).

Dr. Dey explained and elaborated about cyber attack and the role of cryptography to secure communication. He recommended some practices for safer internet banking and mobile device security. He also inspired us all to maintain good cyber hygiene by using anti-viruses, network firewalls, strong passwords, multi-factor authentication, device encryption and regular backups. The webinar was of utmost importance and aimed at spreading different practices to secure our Online Communication.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The programme consisted of over 220 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union, Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 92% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 87% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on "How We Can Secure Our Online Communication"



Orientation Program

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College held its Departmental Orientation Program on 18th November, 2020. It was held virtually via Zoom app, an online platform. The program consisted of more than 80 attendees.

Newly admitted students were cordially welcomed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-Charge of the department. Dr. Tanu Gupta introduced all the Faculty Members and Student Union Members to the freshers. The Faculty Members made the new students familiar to their respective subjects. Students were set free to ask their queries or doubts regarding the course and the college as well. All the queries were taken care of by the considerate faculty members.

Pictures of Orientation

 


Department Elections

RADIAN-CE, The Mathematics Society conducted its annual departmental election for the year 2020-2021 on 6th November, 2020. The entire department set out to vote digitally (COVID times) via Google forms on 6th November, 2020 . The total number of votes casted by the students between 8:30 am – 11:45 am were 169. By 12:15 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared via Google meet, an online platform. Everything turned out to be so smooth, without any discrepancies and results were displayed with proper statistics as:

Pranika Batra - President

Srashti - Vice President

Srishti - Treasurer

   


'Quizzard - The Game of General Trivia'

The Intra College level technical event "Quizzard" organised by Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi, virtually via Zoom app on 31st October, 2020 in the presence of Dr Ritu Arora (Teacher In-Charge), Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam and other faculty members of the Department of Mathematics.

The event is organised with the objective to provide platform for the students to showcase their talent with a competitive spirit.

The event was successful enough to attract as many as 75(approximately) registrations from various departments and attended by more than 85 students.

"Quizzard" was a general quiz competition where each student participated solely. The competition consisted of three rounds viz. Round 1(Elimination Round), Round 2 (Audio Visual Round) and Round 3 (Rapid fire Round). Round 1 was an online round through Google Form where the participants were given 30 multiple choice questions to be solved in 13 minutes. Total of 10 participants were selected to further compete in the Round 2. Round 2 was a 12 minutes round where a series of questions (based on Logos, Tag line of various companies and Puzzles) through images were given to the participants. In the final round i.e. Round 3, each of 6 shortlisted participant was given 35 seconds to answer a series of 5 questions. Based on this round, three participants were declared the winner of the event. The winners were encouraged with the gift vouchers worth Rs 1200, 1000 and 800.

The winners of the event are as follows:

Winner- Aakanksha Singh

1st Runner-up- Jyoti

2nd Runner-up- Vidhi Mittal

The event turned out to be a great success with questions ranging from all spheres and was successful in keeping the audience engaged at all points.



National Webinar on "Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity"

Department of Mathematics in collaboration with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a National Webinar for all the students, faculty and non-teaching staff on 08.10.2020. The topic of the webinar was ''Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity''. The speaker of the day was Dr. Richa Garg, a renowned Dietician based in Delhi and Founder of Arogyam Nutrition.

Welcome note by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics and introductory address by honorable Principal Prof. Swati Pal marked the beginning of the webinar. Dr. Shilpa Chaudhary (IQAC Coordinator) introduced the guest speaker.

Dr. Richa Garg explained in depth about the concept of a balanced healthy diet, its mental and physical outcomes. She recommended that we should include fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts and seeds in our daily diet to boost our immunity. She also touched upon the PMS and PCOD among teenage girls. The participants queries were answered towards the end of the session.

The programme saw an overwhelming response from the audience with over 375 attendees from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought immediately after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that 95% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 90% expressed willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on "Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity".



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a first of its kind Virtual Farewell for its graduating batch of 2020. The event was held on 29th July, 2020 on Googe Meet, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College who addressed the students and gave them a hearty farewell message. A lot of performances from both 2nd and 1st year students were displayed and much enjoyed by everyone.

The farewell was based on the theme “Bollywood Throwback” and was conducted in two parts. The entries for Round 1 were taken in advance and judged by the judges, Mr. Vikas Jorwal and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat. After the results were declared, Round 2 entries were taken and the results were announced on the day of the farewell along with Round 3.

Miss Farewell 2020- Nikita Kohli

First Runners Up- Ritika Jain

Second Runners Up- Juhi Jha

The event concluded with Dr. Ritu Arora, T.I.C giving a heartfelt farewell message to the graduating batch.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an online certificate workshop on “MS Excel: Basics and Intermediate”. The workshop was conducted by Sai Krishnakanth Prasad, Lead Analyst at Wipro Digital operations and platforms on Google Hangouts meet. The sessions were held on 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th of May, 2020. The workshop was attended by 50 participants, students as well as faculty.

Each session was interactive and informative and participants were able to understand as well as communicate with the speaker at ease. The workshop was very elaborate and achieved positive feedback from each participant. It turned out to be a great opportunity to learn a skill of such significance.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a webinar on Data Analysis. The session was held on 27th April 2020 at 4pm on Zoom Application. The speaker for the session was Mr. Shivansh Garg, CEO and Founder of a start-up called Young Engine. Mr. Shivansh explained the importance of Data Analysis and its role in every industry. He also threw some light on LinkedIn profiles, importance of internships and preparation for MBA.

The session saw participation of around 100 students as well as faculty and was open for all Delhi University colleges. It was a very interactive session with the question answer round lasting almost 45 minutes. The event turned out to be a great success as each student benefited immensely from the webinar



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an interactive session on the Young Leaders Program (YLP) introduced by Indian School of Business. The session was held at the Seminar Room on 5th March 2020 at 1:30 pm.

The speaker of the session was Mr Yashwant Pulumati-Senior Manager Admissions at ISB. The session was aimed at giving a clear vision about the future to MBA aspirants, showing them various career options and inspire them by stories of self-made entrepreneurs.

The session was open for all the departments, most of the students asked their questions and queries regarding future prospects.

The event turned out to be a great success and the students left with new options to explore and research about.



A certificate program: The Bystander Intervention Program in collaboration with the University of Muenster, Germany on 3rd, 5th, 6th and 10th February, 2020 was conducted in Computer Lab-3 in Janki Devi Memorial College. The program was conducted by Christina Nieder, a research scholar at University of Muenster. The session was held for students of all three years.166 students of the Mathematics Department completed the program organized by JDMC in collaboration with the University of Muenster. The teacher coordinators present at the event were Ms. Teena Kohli and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat.

The program included a survey, a few videos and informative session, and another survey at the end of the program, all online. The topics covered were Gender, Gender Roles, Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention. The session was very informative and talked about issues sidelined in regular curriculum. Apart from the survey, the program made the students aware about issues generally not talked about.



Public Lecture
" Education for Development and Human Excellence"
By Prof. P. B. Sharma

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a public lecture as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of the college. The event was held on 23rd January, 2020 at JDMC. The speaker for the event was Professor P. B.Sharma, Vice chancellor of Amity University. Prof. Sharma held the lecture on “ Education for Development and Human Excellence”. Objective of the lecture was to enlighten the students on how education plays an important role in the Development of a country.

The event began with Teacher In-charge, Dr. Ritu Arora, Prof. Sharma and other faculty members lighting the lamp to commence the day. Prof. Sharma also planted a sapling as part of the college tradition, followed by felicitating the honorable speaker with a memento by Dr. Ritu Arora as token of appreciation. His speech included mentions of Dr. Kalam’s VISION 2020, analysis of challenges, opportunity and current world standing of the country in different fields. Throughout the speech, students were captivated by the insights shared by Prof. Sharma. In conclusion, he gave a short speech on how Mathematics is related to Indian Mythology. It was an extremely informative and learning experience as the students got the opportunity to learn from such an eminent speaker and a pioneer in the technical field.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society conducted MathBola-The Mathematical Tambola in the college annual fest Symphony 2020. A fun event aimed at testing mathematical, analytical and logical skills of students. It was organized in room no. 14 and saw a good participation of 40 students across different universities.

Winners of Mathbola were:

1st house - Shruti Gupta

2nd house - Lavkesh

1st line - Monisha Pal

2nd line - Riya Sharma

3rd line - Tanish Malik

The winning participants received a cash prize of Rs 2000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000 and Rs 1000 respectively. Students really enjoyed the event and the event concluded successfully.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized the event Paper-Mania (Fun with Paper) on the second day i.e. 9th January, 2020 of the three-day annual cultural festival Symphony of Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 teams participated in the event from various colleges of the University of Delhi and other universities. In the event, participants showcased their talent of paper cutting and crafting by making 3D models on the theme, SOLIDARITY AGAINST VIOLENCE. It was judged by:

1. Ms. Rita Grover, Faculty, Janki Devi Vocational Centre.

2. Ms. NeeluVerma, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce , Janki Devi Memorial College.

Following were the winners of the event:

1. First Position - Ankur Raman-Ramjas College &

GaurangGarg-Zakir Husain Delhi College

2. Second Position - TulsiAggarwal-KeshavMahavidyalaya&

Shalini Mittal-KeshavMahavidyalaya

Third Position – Saifali-Gargi College



TEACHER’S ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP
on
LINEAR ALGEBRA, CODING THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
funded by
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICS
(a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai)

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized Teacher’s Enrichment Workshop (TEW) funded by National Centre for Mathematics (NCM), a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai for faculty members of various universities from18th-23rd November, 2019.The objective of theworkshop was to give participants an introduction to linear algebra and illustrate its importance through interesting and diverse applications to coding theory and cryptography.

The programme started with the Principal of the college, Dr. Swati Pal, addressing the gathering and felicitating Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Department of Mathematics, Panjab University who was also one of the organizer of the workshop by presenting a memento.

The following persons acted as speakers:

1. Prof. R. B. Bapat, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

2. Prof. DhananjoyDey, Scientist F, DRDO, Delhi.

3. Prof. MadhuRaka, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

4. Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

It was attended by 33 faculty members from colleges of University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, JamiaMiliaIslamia, IIT Delhi, M. M. Degree College - UP, Invertis University - Bareilly, K. R. Mangalam University, Shri G. S Institute of Technology and Science - Indore, St. Joseph's College - Bangalore, K.J.Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology – Mumbai. It was an extremely useful learning experience as participants got the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of linear algebra, coding theory and cryptography.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a seminar on “Emerging Careers” held by Pearl Academy, one of the leading institutes of fashion and design in the country. The session was held on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. It was resided by Ms. Margarita Soma, career counselor at Pearl Academy. The session was all about the various career options after bachelors for students of Mathematics and otherwise as well. It was very interactive and cleared many of the misconceptions of the students.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a talk on “Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry: The Art and Science of Animation”, on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. The speaker for the event was Dr. Jag Mohan Rai, a professor of P.G.D.A.V College. Dr. Rai gave the students an insight on the application of Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry, mainly animation. The session included screening of a few short movies with animations explained by Dr Rai. The students were enlightened on such an uncommon and interesting topic, relating it to Mathematics was unique and attractive to the students.



The Department of Mathematics conducted it’s annual tradition of movie screening on 21st September. The students were presented with the dynamic life story of the great Indian Mathematician – Srinivasa Ramanujan. The event was inter departmental, thus attracting many students for the screening: “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. The screening aimed at inspiring students and encouraging them. The event was well conducted under the supervision and presence of the faculty members of Mathematics Department.



The Department of Mathematics held its annual Freshers Party on 22nd August, 2019. The Miss Fresher competition was held in 3 rounds comprising of Ramp Walk, Talent Round and Question-Answer round. The event also had performances from the 2nd and 3rd years. The Students Union for the year 2019-2020 was felicitated by Dr. Neelam Sharma, Dr. Ritu Arora and Dr. Sharda Gautam. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, principal, JDMC. The day ended with a DJ session, thus concluding the most awaited event of the semester.

Students and Faculty members after the collection drive for Assam Relief Fund.

RADIAN-CE, the Department of Mathematics joined hands with Team Avani, the environmental society of Janki Devi Memorial College and started an Assam Relief Fund. All faculty members and students actively participated and ended up raising Rs. 8000 of which items like rice, sugar, salt, biscuits, sanitary pads, clothes, general medicines etc. were bought. All items were then handed over to Team Avani who successfully delivered it to Goonj, organization working for the relief fund.



The Department of Mathematics: RADIAN-CE held its annual election for the student union for the year 2019-2020 on 8 August. The entire department set out to vote in Computer Lab -3 on 8 August. By 12:30 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared.

Pragya Arora - President

Bhavika Arya - Vice President

Devyani Gusain - Treasurer

Prachi Sharma - General Secretary

The newly formed student union now shoulders the responsibility of carrying forward the department’s legacy after a fairly held election.



Faculty members being briefed at the Mathematica Training Session held in campus on 2nd August, 2019.

The Department of Mathematics organized a training session on “Introduction to Wolfram Mathematica 12.0”. The session held on 2 August in Computer Lab-3 had duration of 3 hours, 10:00am - 1:00pm. The speaker of the session was Mr. Devashish Bhattacharya from Scube Scientific, exclusive partner of Wolfram Research. The hand on session was held to introduce and explain the new features of the software and its application in various sectors. The session was attended by 14 faculty members as well as students.



Activities 2021-2022

National Webinar
On
"Modern Optimization Techniques to Solve Real Life Problems"

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a national webinar on “Modern Optimization Techniques to Solve Real Life Problems”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges at 11:00 am on 26th July, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to make participants familiar with various modern optimization techniques which are used everywhere, from genetic engineering to financial markets, fashion technology to mass communication and also in our daily activities.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She highlighted the importance of optimization techniques in today’s world.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Kusum Deep, Department of Mathematics, IIT- Roorkee.

She explained the optimization problems and its local and global optimal solutions. She discussed various nature inspired optimization techniques such as random search technique, genetic algorithm, particle swarm optimization, artificial bee colony, firefly algorithm, ant colony optimization and many more. She further explained applications of optimization techniques to real life problems such as air defense systems, radiation treatment using circle packing, forecasting of avalanches etc. She illustrated everything beautifully with the help of some video clips.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 190 participants from different domains and colleges.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 94.3% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 97.2% expressed their willingness to attend such programs in future.

     


Mentoring Session

The IQAC and Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a mentoring session with Prof. Swati Pal, Principal of JDMC at 10:00 am on 15th July, 2021. It was organized for all the students of the mathematics department.

The session commenced with the Principal, Prof Swati Pal reiterating the importance of integrity among everyone. She talked about various add-on courses being organized by different departments of our college and threw light on the importance of such courses in our personality development. She guided the students to identify their interests and encouraged them to come up with their own add on courses. She also advised them to work on a research project and to write some research papers. Moreover, She told all the faculty members of the department to together write a book by December.

The session was attended by around 125 participants. It was very informative and enriching for all the students.



Teacher In-Charge: Dr. Ritu Arora
Association In-Charges: Ms. Geeta , Dr. Rashmi Rani
Tenure: 2019-2021

Activities 2020-2021

Farewell 2021

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a Virtual Farewell for its graduating batch of 2021. The event was held on 28th June, 2021 on Zoom, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

The event started with a heartfelt farewell message by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College who enlightened the students with her inspirational words and extended her best wishes to all the students. A lot of performances from both 2nd and 1st year students were displayed and much enjoyed by everyone.

The farewell was based on the theme “Olde Worlde” and was conducted in two parts. The entries for Round 1 were taken in advance and judged by the judges, Ms. Sonia and Ms. Chanpreet Kaur. Based on Round 1 results, entries of Round 2 were taken and the results were announced on the day of the farewell along with Round 3.


The results are as follows: -


Miss Farewell 2021- Megha Chauhan

First Runners Up- Nikita

Second Runners Up- Rishita

Ms. Fashion Plate- Renu Meghwal

Ms. Million Dollar Smile- Shubhica

Ms. Graceful- Athira Rajan

Ms. Nightingale- Priyanka Joshi

Gift vouchers were given to all the finalists.

Farewell speech was given by some students of 3rd year. A goodbye video was also displayed for the graduating batch at the end. Thereafter, Dr. Ritu Arora, gave a hearty and insightful farewell message to all the students.

     


National Webinar On “National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics”

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a national webinar on “National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 16th April, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to make participants familiar about National Education Policy 2020 and its significant provisions involving mathematics and how it provides a platform to build, nurture, foster, encourage and multiply mathematical thinking.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She highlighted the importance of holistic approach, interactive teaching and research-oriented education needed in today’s world.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Shobha Bagai, Cluster Innovation Center, University of Delhi.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 245 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union (2020-21), Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 89.9% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 89.1% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.


Poster of the webinar on National Education Policy 2020 and Its Implications on Mathematics

     


OBE Guidance session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an informative session regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) for the 1st year students of the department. An online Zoom meeting was organized on March 12, 2021 to explain the procedure of OBE.

The total numbers of attendees including faculty members were more than 80. The students of third and second year who previously appeared for online examination shared their experience, provided guidance and useful tips regarding the exam. Queries regarding OBE examinations were addressed by faculty members and students familiar with OBE exams.

It turned out to be very helpful and informative session for the students. It also gave comfort and confidence to the students.

 


Alpana, Mathematical Rangoli Competition

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Mathematical Rangoli Competition- Alpana from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on February 19, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

Prof. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College welcomed the participants with her inspiring words and boosted their confidence.

The judges for the competition were Ms. Geeta Kwatra, Artist, Ms. Deepti Sethi and Dr. Tanu Gupta, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 students from various colleges were shortlisted on the basis of first-cum-first serve for the competition, out of which 5 students appeared on the day of the competition. The students put their best foot forward and took part in the competition with zest. Innovation and creation are the words that best describes their efforts. Their respective combination of Maths and art were tempting.

The event was attended by more than 35 participants including students and faculty members.

Deepak, a student of Sarada Ukil School of Art, Delhi Polytechnic University was announced as the winner of the competition.

The prize winner was felicitated by cash prize of Rs. 2500 and certificates were given to the all the participants.



Unveiling Math- Paper Presentation Competition, Symphony 2021

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Paper Presentation Competition from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on February 17, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. The theme of the competition was Vedic Math. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

The judges for the competition were Dr. Neha Agrawal, Faculty, Kiroli Mal College, Ms. Teena Kohli and Dr. Arti Sharma, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. 8 students from various colleges participated in the competition and presented the concepts of Vedic Math including its origin, 16 Sutras, applications in different fields as well as benefits like increased concentration and innovation ability.

The event was attended by more than 70 participants including students and faculty members. During the competition a short video clip on Vedic Math was also shown.

The result of the event is as follows:

First Prize- Ishita Pandey, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.

Second Prize- Adityendra Tiwari, Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

Third Prize- Simran Ahlawat, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi

The prize winners were felicitated by cash prizes of Rs. 2500, 2000, 1500 respectively and certificates were given to all the participants.

     


Image Compression and Linear Algebra

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized an International Webinar on “Image Compression and Linear Algebra”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 28th January, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to showcase how Linear Algebra can make the Image Compression process faster and more efficient.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She told how linear algebra comprises of methods which help a lot in real world especially in the study and manipulation of images.

This was followed by Principal Prof. Swati Pal; her enlightening words provided a necessary boost to the session.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Rekha Thomas, Walker Family Endowed Professor in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle.

She explained how SVD (Singular Value Decomposition) is extensively used in image compression process resulting in saving computer’s memory. She also discussed the basic idea behind an pixel image and how linear algebra plays a role in it.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 300 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union, Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 94.7% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 90.6% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

     
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Activities 2020-2021

OBE Guidance session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an informative session regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) for the 1st year students of the department. An online Zoom meeting was organized on March 12, 2021 to explain the procedure of OBE.

The total numbers of attendees including faculty members were more than 80. The students of third and second year who previously appeared for online examination shared their experience, provided guidance and useful tips regarding the exam. Queries regarding OBE examinations were addressed by faculty members and students familiar with OBE exams.

It turned out to be very helpful and informative session for the students. It also gave comfort and confidence to the students.


Pictures of OBE Session

 


Alpana, Mathematical Rangoli Competition

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Mathematical Rangoli Competition- Alpana from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on February 19, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

Prof. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College welcomed the participants with her inspiring words and boosted their confidence.

The judges for the competition were Ms. Geeta Kwatra, Artist, Ms. Deepti Sethi and Dr. Tanu Gupta, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 students from various colleges were shortlisted on the basis of first-cum-first serve for the competition, out of which 5 students appeared on the day of the competition. The students put their best foot forward and took part in the competition with zest. Innovation and creation are the words that best describes their efforts. Their respective combination of Maths and art were tempting.

The event was attended by more than 35 participants including students and faculty members.

Deepak, a student of Sarada Ukil School of Art, Delhi Polytechnic University was announced as the winner of the competition.

The prize winner was felicitated by cash prize of Rs. 2500 and certificates were given to the all the participants

     


Unveiling Math- Paper Presentation Competition, Symphony 2021

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized an inter-college Paper Presentation Competition from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on February 17, 2021 as a part of the annual college festival, Symphony 2021. The theme of the competition was Vedic Math. Due to the pandemic situation of Covid-19, competition was held online on the Zoom platform.

The judges for the competition were Dr. Neha Agrawal, Faculty, Kiroli Mal College, Ms. Teena Kohli and Dr. Arti Sharma, Faculty, Janki Devi Memorial College. 8 students from various colleges participated in the competition and presented the concepts of Vedic Math including its origin, 16 Sutras, applications in different fields as well as benefits like increased concentration and innovation ability.

The event was attended by more than 70 participants including students and faculty members. During the competition a short video clip on Vedic Math was also shown.

The result of the event is as follows:

First prize- Ishita Pandey, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.

Second prize- Adityendra Tiwari, Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

Third prize- Simran Ahlawat, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi

The prize winners were felicitated by cash prizes of Rs. 2500, 2000, 1500 respectively and certificates were given to all the participants.

     

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized an International Webinar on “Image Compression and Linear Algebra”. The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 28th January, 2021.

Objective of the webinar was to showcase how Linear Algebra can make the Image Compression process faster and more efficient.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics. She told how linear algebra comprises of methods which help a lot in real world especially in the study and manipulation of images.

This was followed by Principal Prof. Swati Pal; her enlightening words provided a necessary boost to the session.

The resource person for the webinar was Prof. Rekha Thomas, Walker Family Endowed Professor in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle.

She explained how SVD (Singular Value Decomposition) is extensively used in image compression process resulting in saving computer’s memory. She also discussed the basic idea behind an pixel image and how linear algebra plays a role in it.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The webinar was attended by more than 300 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union, Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 94.7% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 90.6% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on "Image Compression and Linear Algebra"

     


Departmental Elections for the Post of General Secretary

RADIAN-CE, The Mathematics Society conducted its annual Departmental Election for the academic year 2020-2021 to elect General Secretary from the 1st year students on 20th January, 2021. The entire department set out to vote digitally via Google forms on 20th January, 2021. The total number of votes casted by the students between 8:30 am – 11:15 am were 173. The results were declared via Google meet, an online platform at 12:00 pm on 21st January, 2021. Everything turned out to be so smooth, without any discrepancies and results were displayed with proper statistics as:


Ayushi Jain – General Secretary

   


Freshers' 2021

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized its Virtual Freshers’ Party on 12th January, 2021. The event was held on Zoom app, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher Incharge, Department of Mathematics, welcomed the students with her warm words. The event was graced by Prof. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College. Students felt motivated by her inspiring words. Ms. Teena Kohli and Dr. Arti Sharma were the judges of the Competition.

Theme of the Freshers’ Party was 'Anyone But You'. The Miss Freshers’ Competition was held in 3 round: Self Introduction, The Talent Hunt and The Questionnaire Round. Students were asked to send their freshly recorded videos in the first two rounds, prior to the event and the 3rd round was held live, which was further conducted in three different levels: Guess the movie by its dialogue, Guess the song by its music, The Questionnaire Level.

A lot of performances from 2nd and 3rd years, were enjoyed by one and all.

The three winners were felicitated by gift vouchers.

Miss Freshers': Vanshita Sehgal

First Runner-up: Lakshita Madaan

Second Runner-up: Akshita

     


OBE Guidance Session

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an informative session regarding OBE (Open Book Examination) in December 2020 for the students of II and III years of the department. An online Google meet was organised on December 10, 2020 to explain the procedure of OBE.

There were two sessions and was attended by 200 students. Few Students of Batch 2020 who passed out by giving online examination were invited to share their experience, provide guidance and useful tips regarding the exam. Queries regarding OBE examinations were addressed by the faculty members and students familiar with OBE exams.

It turned out to be very helpful session for the students who had appeared for OBE in August. It gave comfort and confidence to the students.


Pictures of OBE Guidance Session

   


National Webinar
On
''How We Can Secure Our Online Communication''

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a National Webinar on "How We Can Secure Our Online Communication". The webinar was organized for all the students and faculty members of different universities and colleges on 19th November, 2020.

Objective of the webinar was to showcase the importance of cyber hygiene to protect ourselves from all types of cyber threats as the significance of online services has increased.

The webinar started with the welcome address proposed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-Charge, Department of Mathematics. With growing Online Communication, Dr. Ritu Arora discussed the need to secure it. The resource person for the webinar was Dr. Dhananjoy Dey, Associate Professor, Interim Dean (IPR) & Dean (A), IIIT, Lucknow (Former Scientist 'E', DRDO, Delhi).

Dr. Dey explained and elaborated about cyber attack and the role of cryptography to secure communication. He recommended some practices for safer internet banking and mobile device security. He also inspired us all to maintain good cyber hygiene by using anti-viruses, network firewalls, strong passwords, multi-factor authentication, device encryption and regular backups. The webinar was of utmost importance and aimed at spreading different practices to secure our Online Communication.

There was an overwhelming response from the audience which was extremely interactive throughout the Q&A round and proved to be yielding.

The programme consisted of over 220 participants from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Pranika, President, Students' Union, Department of Mathematics.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that approximately 92% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 87% expressed their willingness to attend such programmes in future.

Poster of the webinar on "How We Can Secure Our Online Communication"

     


Orientation Program

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College held its Departmental Orientation Program on 18th November, 2020. It was held virtually via Zoom app, an online platform. The program consisted of more than 80 attendees.

Newly admitted students were cordially welcomed by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-Charge of the department. Dr. Tanu Gupta introduced all the Faculty Members and Student Union Members to the freshers. The Faculty Members made the new students familiar to their respective subjects. Students were set free to ask their queries or doubts regarding the course and the college as well. All the queries were taken care of by the considerate faculty members.

Pictures of Orientation

 


Department Elections

RADIAN-CE, The Mathematics Society conducted its annual departmental election for the year 2020-2021 on 6th November, 2020. The entire department set out to vote digitally (COVID times) via Google forms on 6th November, 2020 . The total number of votes casted by the students between 8:30 am – 11:45 am were 169. By 12:15 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared via Google meet, an online platform. Everything turned out to be so smooth, without any discrepancies and results were displayed with proper statistics as:

Pranika Batra - President

Srashti - Vice President

Srishti - Treasurer

Picture 1: Statistical view of results

   


'Quizzard - The Game of General Trivia''

The Intra College level technical event "Quizzard" organised by Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi, virtually via Zoom app on 31st October, 2020 in the presence of Dr Ritu Arora (Teacher In-Charge), Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam and other faculty members of the Department of Mathematics.

The event is organised with the objective to provide platform for the students to showcase their talent with a competitive spirit.

The event was successful enough to attract as many as 75(approximately) registrations from various departments and attended by more than 85 students.

"Quizzard" was a general quiz competition where each student participated solely. The competition consisted of three rounds viz. Round 1(Elimination Round), Round 2 (Audio Visual Round) and Round 3 (Rapid fire Round). Round 1 was an online round through Google Form where the participants were given 30 multiple choice questions to be solved in 13 minutes. Total of 10 participants were selected to further compete in the Round 2. Round 2 was a 12 minutes round where a series of questions (based on Logos, Tag line of various companies and Puzzles) through images were given to the participants. In the final round i.e. Round 3, each of 6 shortlisted participant was given 35 seconds to answer a series of 5 questions. Based on this round, three participants were declared the winner of the event. The winners were encouraged with the gift vouchers worth Rs 1200, 1000 and 800.

The winners of the event are as follows:

Winner- Aakanksha Singh

1st Runner-up- Jyoti

2nd Runner-up- Vidhi Mittal

The event turned out to be a great success with questions ranging from all spheres and was successful in keeping the audience engaged at all points.

Poster of the event.



National Webinar
on
''Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity''

Department of Mathematics in collaboration with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi organized a National Webinar for all the students, faculty and non-teaching staff on 08.10.2020. The topic of the webinar was ''Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity''. The speaker of the day was Dr. Richa Garg, a renowned Dietician based in Delhi and Founder of Arogyam Nutrition.

Welcome note by Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-charge, Department of Mathematics and introductory address by honorable Principal Prof. Swati Pal marked the beginning of the webinar. Dr. Shilpa Chaudhary (IQAC Coordinator) introduced the guest speaker.

Dr. Richa Garg explained in depth about the concept of a balanced healthy diet, its mental and physical outcomes. She recommended that we should include fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts and seeds in our daily diet to boost our immunity. She also touched upon the PMS and PCOD among teenage girls. The participants queries were answered towards the end of the session.

The programme saw an overwhelming response from the audience with over 375 attendees from different domains and colleges. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Sharda Sharma Gautam.

Feedback, using Google form was also sought immediately after the event. The analysis of the responses from the participants revealed that 95% of the participants rated the webinar in the higher category in the overall rating and 90% expressed willingness to attend such programmes in future.


Poster of the webinar on ''Impact of Diet on Health and Immunity''.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a first of its kind Virtual Farewell for its graduating batch of 2020. The event was held on 29th July, 2020 on Googe Meet, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College who addressed the students and gave them a hearty farewell message. A lot of performances from both 2nd and 1st year students were displayed and much enjoyed by everyone.

The farewell was based on the theme “Bollywood Throwback” and was conducted in two parts. The entries for Round 1 were taken in advance and judged by the judges, Mr. Vikas Jorwal and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat. After the results were declared, Round 2 entries were taken and the results were announced on the day of the farewell along with Round 3.

Miss Farewell 2020- Nikita Kohli

First Runners Up- Ritika Jain

Second Runners Up- Juhi Jha

The event concluded with Dr. Ritu Arora, T.I.C giving a heartfelt farewell message to the graduating batch.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an online certificate workshop on “MS Excel: Basics and Intermediate”. The workshop was conducted by Sai Krishnakanth Prasad, Lead Analyst at Wipro Digital operations and platforms on Google Hangouts meet. The sessions were held on 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th of May, 2020. The workshop was attended by 50 participants, students as well as faculty.

Each session was interactive and informative and participants were able to understand as well as communicate with the speaker at ease. The workshop was very elaborate and achieved positive feedback from each participant. It turned out to be a great opportunity to learn a skill of such significance.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a webinar on Data Analysis. The session was held on 27th April 2020 at 4pm on Zoom Application. The speaker for the session was Mr. Shivansh Garg, CEO and Founder of a start-up called Young Engine. Mr. Shivansh explained the importance of Data Analysis and its role in every industry. He also threw some light on LinkedIn profiles, importance of internships and preparation for MBA.

The session saw participation of around 100 students as well as faculty and was open for all Delhi University colleges. It was a very interactive session with the question answer round lasting almost 45 minutes. The event turned out to be a great success as each student benefited immensely from the webinar



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an interactive session on the Young Leaders Program (YLP) introduced by Indian School of Business. The session was held at the Seminar Room on 5th March 2020 at 1:30 pm.

The speaker of the session was Mr Yashwant Pulumati-Senior Manager Admissions at ISB. The session was aimed at giving a clear vision about the future to MBA aspirants, showing them various career options and inspire them by stories of self-made entrepreneurs.

The session was open for all the departments, most of the students asked their questions and queries regarding future prospects.

The event turned out to be a great success and the students left with new options to explore and research about.



A certificate program: The Bystander Intervention Program in collaboration with the University of Muenster, Germany on 3rd, 5th, 6th and 10th February, 2020 was conducted in Computer Lab-3 in Janki Devi Memorial College. The program was conducted by Christina Nieder, a research scholar at University of Muenster. The session was held for students of all three years.166 students of the Mathematics Department completed the program organized by JDMC in collaboration with the University of Muenster. The teacher coordinators present at the event were Ms. Teena Kohli and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat.

The program included a survey, a few videos and informative session, and another survey at the end of the program, all online. The topics covered were Gender, Gender Roles, Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention. The session was very informative and talked about issues sidelined in regular curriculum. Apart from the survey, the program made the students aware about issues generally not talked about.



Public Lecture

" Education for Development and Human Excellence"

By Prof. P. B. Sharma

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a public lecture as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of the college. The event was held on 23rd January, 2020 at JDMC. The speaker for the event was Professor P. B.Sharma, Vice chancellor of Amity University. Prof. Sharma held the lecture on “ Education for Development and Human Excellence”. Objective of the lecture was to enlighten the students on how education plays an important role in the Development of a country.

The event began with Teacher In-charge, Dr. Ritu Arora, Prof. Sharma and other faculty members lighting the lamp to commence the day. Prof. Sharma also planted a sapling as part of the college tradition, followed by felicitating the honorable speaker with a memento by Dr. Ritu Arora as token of appreciation. His speech included mentions of Dr. Kalam’s VISION 2020, analysis of challenges, opportunity and current world standing of the country in different fields. Throughout the speech, students were captivated by the insights shared by Prof. Sharma. In conclusion, he gave a short speech on how Mathematics is related to Indian Mythology. It was an extremely informative and learning experience as the students got the opportunity to learn from such an eminent speaker and a pioneer in the technical field.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society conducted MathBola-The Mathematical Tambola in the college annual fest Symphony 2020. A fun event aimed at testing mathematical, analytical and logical skills of students. It was organized in room no. 14 and saw a good participation of 40 students across different universities.

Winners of Mathbola were:

1st house - Shruti Gupta

2nd house - Lavkesh

1st line - Monisha Pal

2nd line - Riya Sharma

3rd line - Tanish Malik

The winning participants received a cash prize of Rs 2000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000 and Rs 1000 respectively. Students really enjoyed the event and the event concluded successfully.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized the event Paper-Mania (Fun with Paper) on the second day i.e. 9th January, 2020 of the three-day annual cultural festival Symphony of Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 teams participated in the event from various colleges of the University of Delhi and other universities. In the event, participants showcased their talent of paper cutting and crafting by making 3D models on the theme, SOLIDARITY AGAINST VIOLENCE. It was judged by:

1. Ms. Rita Grover, Faculty, Janki Devi Vocational Centre.

2. Ms. NeeluVerma, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce , Janki Devi Memorial College.

Following were the winners of the event:

1. First Position - Ankur Raman-Ramjas College &

GaurangGarg-Zakir Husain Delhi College

2. Second Position - TulsiAggarwal-KeshavMahavidyalaya&

Shalini Mittal-KeshavMahavidyalaya

Third Position – Saifali-Gargi College



TEACHER’S ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP
on
LINEAR ALGEBRA, CODING THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
funded by
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICS
(a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai)

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized Teacher’s Enrichment Workshop (TEW) funded by National Centre for Mathematics (NCM), a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai for faculty members of various universities from18th-23rd November, 2019.The objective of theworkshop was to give participants an introduction to linear algebra and illustrate its importance through interesting and diverse applications to coding theory and cryptography.

The programme started with the Principal of the college, Dr. Swati Pal, addressing the gathering and felicitating Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Department of Mathematics, Panjab University who was also one of the organizer of the workshop by presenting a memento.

The following persons acted as speakers:

1. Prof. R. B. Bapat, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

2. Prof. DhananjoyDey, Scientist F, DRDO, Delhi.

3. Prof. MadhuRaka, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

4. Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

It was attended by 33 faculty members from colleges of University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, JamiaMiliaIslamia, IIT Delhi, M. M. Degree College - UP, Invertis University - Bareilly, K. R. Mangalam University, Shri G. S Institute of Technology and Science - Indore, St. Joseph's College - Bangalore, K.J.Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology – Mumbai. It was an extremely useful learning experience as participants got the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of linear algebra, coding theory and cryptography.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a seminar on “Emerging Careers” held by Pearl Academy, one of the leading institutes of fashion and design in the country. The session was held on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. It was resided by Ms. Margarita Soma, career counselor at Pearl Academy. The session was all about the various career options after bachelors for students of Mathematics and otherwise as well. It was very interactive and cleared many of the misconceptions of the students.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a talk on “Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry: The Art and Science of Animation”, on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. The speaker for the event was Dr. Jag Mohan Rai, a professor of P.G.D.A.V College. Dr. Rai gave the students an insight on the application of Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry, mainly animation. The session included screening of a few short movies with animations explained by Dr Rai. The students were enlightened on such an uncommon and interesting topic, relating it to Mathematics was unique and attractive to the students.



The Department of Mathematics conducted it’s annual tradition of movie screening on 21st September. The students were presented with the dynamic life story of the great Indian Mathematician – Srinivasa Ramanujan. The event was inter departmental, thus attracting many students for the screening: “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. The screening aimed at inspiring students and encouraging them. The event was well conducted under the supervision and presence of the faculty members of Mathematics Department.



The Department of Mathematics held its annual Freshers Party on 22nd August, 2019. The Miss Fresher competition was held in 3 rounds comprising of Ramp Walk, Talent Round and Question-Answer round. The event also had performances from the 2nd and 3rd years. The Students Union for the year 2019-2020 was felicitated by Dr. Neelam Sharma, Dr. Ritu Arora and Dr. Sharda Gautam. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, principal, JDMC. The day ended with a DJ session, thus concluding the most awaited event of the semester.

Students and Faculty members after the collection drive for Assam Relief Fund.

RADIAN-CE, the Department of Mathematics joined hands with Team Avani, the environmental society of Janki Devi Memorial College and started an Assam Relief Fund. All faculty members and students actively participated and ended up raising Rs. 8000 of which items like rice, sugar, salt, biscuits, sanitary pads, clothes, general medicines etc. were bought. All items were then handed over to Team Avani who successfully delivered it to Goonj, organization working for the relief fund.



The Department of Mathematics: RADIAN-CE held its annual election for the student union for the year 2019-2020 on 8 August. The entire department set out to vote in Computer Lab -3 on 8 August. By 12:30 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared.

Pragya Arora - President

Bhavika Arya - Vice President

Devyani Gusain - Treasurer

Prachi Sharma - General Secretary

The newly formed student union now shoulders the responsibility of carrying forward the department's legacy after a fairly held election.



Faculty members being briefed at the Mathematica Training Session held in campus on 2nd August, 2019.

The Department of Mathematics organized a training session on “Introduction to Wolfram Mathematica 12.0”. The session held on 2 August in Computer Lab-3 had duration of 3 hours, 10:00am - 1:00pm. The speaker of the session was Mr. Devashish Bhattacharya from Scube Scientific, exclusive partner of Wolfram Research. The hand on session was held to introduce and explain the new features of the software and its application in various sectors. The session was attended by 14 faculty members as well as students.



Farewell 2020

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a first of its kind Virtual Farewell for its graduating batch of 2020. The event was held on 29th July, 2020 on Googe Meet, an online platform. It was attended by the entire department, students as well as faculty.

The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College who addressed the students and gave them a hearty farewell message. A lot of performances from both 2nd and 1st year students were displayed and much enjoyed by everyone.

The farewell was based on the theme "Bollywood Throwback" and was conducted in two parts. The entries for Round 1 were taken in advance and judged by the judges, Mr. Vikas Jorwal and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat. After the results were declared, Round 2 entries were taken and the results were announced on the day of the farewell along with Round 3.

Miss Farewell 2020- Nikita Kohli

First Runners Up- Ritika Jain

Second Runners Up- Juhi Jha

The event concluded with Dr. Ritu Arora, Teacher In-Charge giving a heartfelt farewell message to the graduating batch.

Activities 2019-2020

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an online certificate workshop on "MS Excel: Basics and Intermediate". The workshop was conducted by Sai Krishnakanth Prasad, Lead Analyst at Wipro Digital operations and platforms on Google Hangouts meet. The sessions were held on 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th of May, 2020. The workshop was attended by 50 participants, students as well as faculty.

Each session was interactive and informative and participants were able to understand as well as communicate with the speaker at ease. The workshop was very elaborate and achieved positive feedback from each participant. It turned out to be a great opportunity to learn a skill of such significance.



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a webinar on Data Analysis. The session was held on 27th April 2020 at 4pm on Zoom Application. The speaker for the session was Mr. Shivansh Garg, CEO and Founder of a start-up called Young Engine. Mr. Shivansh explained the importance of Data Analysis and its role in every industry. He also threw some light on LinkedIn profiles, importance of internships and preparation for MBA.

The session saw participation of around 100 students as well as faculty and was open for all Delhi University colleges. It was a very interactive session with the question answer round lasting almost 45 minutes. The event turned out to be a great success as each student benefited immensely from the webinar



The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized an interactive session on the Young Leaders Program (YLP) introduced by Indian School of Business. The session was held at the Seminar Room on 5th March 2020 at 1:30 pm.

The speaker of the session was Mr Yashwant Pulumati-Senior Manager Admissions at ISB. The session was aimed at giving a clear vision about the future to MBA aspirants, showing them various career options and inspire them by stories of self-made entrepreneurs.

The session was open for all the departments, most of the students asked their questions and queries regarding future prospects.

The event turned out to be a great success and the students left with new options to explore and research about.



A certificate program: The Bystander Intervention Program in collaboration with the University of Muenster, Germany on 3rd, 5th, 6th and 10th February, 2020 was conducted in Computer Lab-3 in Janki Devi Memorial College. The program was conducted by Christina Nieder, a research scholar at University of Muenster. The session was held for students of all three years.166 students of the Mathematics Department completed the program organized by JDMC in collaboration with the University of Muenster. The teacher coordinators present at the event were Ms. Teena Kohli and Ms. Karishma Ahlawat.

The program included a survey, a few videos and informative session, and another survey at the end of the program, all online. The topics covered were Gender, Gender Roles, Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention. The session was very informative and talked about issues sidelined in regular curriculum. Apart from the survey, the program made the students aware about issues generally not talked about.



Public Lecture

"Education for Development and Human Excellence"

By Prof. P. B. Sharma

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a public lecture as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of the college. The event was held on 23rd January, 2020 at JDMC. The speaker for the event was Professor P. B.Sharma, Vice chancellor of Amity University. Prof. Sharma held the lecture on " Education for Development and Human Excellence". Objective of the lecture was to enlighten the students on how education plays an important role in the Development of a country.

The event began with Teacher In-charge, Dr. Ritu Arora, Prof. Sharma and other faculty members lighting the lamp to commence the day. Prof. Sharma also planted a sapling as part of the college tradition, followed by felicitating the honorable speaker with a memento by Dr. Ritu Arora as token of appreciation. His speech included mentions of Dr. Kalam's VISION 2020, analysis of challenges, opportunity and current world standing of the country in different fields. Throughout the speech, students were captivated by the insights shared by Prof. Sharma. In conclusion, he gave a short speech on how Mathematics is related to Indian Mythology. It was an extremely informative and learning experience as the students got the opportunity to learn from such an eminent speaker and a pioneer in the technical field.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society conducted MathBola-The Mathematical Tambola in the college annual fest Symphony 2020. A fun event aimed at testing mathematical, analytical and logical skills of students. It was organized in room no. 14 and saw a good participation of 40 students across different universities.

Winners of Mathbola were:

» 1st house - Shruti Gupta

» 2nd house - Lavkesh

» 1st line - Monisha Pal

» 2nd line - Riya Sharma

» 3rd line - Tanish Malik

The winning participants received a cash prize of Rs 2000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000 and Rs 1000 respectively. Students really enjoyed the event and the event concluded successfully.



Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized the event Paper-Mania (Fun with Paper) on the second day i.e. 9th January, 2020 of the three-day annual cultural festival Symphony of Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 teams participated in the event from various colleges of the University of Delhi and other universities. In the event, participants showcased their talent of paper cutting and crafting by making 3D models on the theme, SOLIDARITY AGAINST VIOLENCE. It was judged by:

1. Ms. Rita Grover, Faculty, Janki Devi Vocational Centre.

2. Ms. NeeluVerma, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce , Janki Devi Memorial College.

Following were the winners of the event:

1. First Position - Ankur Raman-Ramjas College & GaurangGarg-Zakir Husain Delhi College

2. Second Position - TulsiAggarwal-KeshavMahavidyalaya & Shalini Mittal-KeshavMahavidyalaya

Third Position – Saifali-Gargi College



TEACHER'S ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP


on

LINEAR ALGEBRA, CODING THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY

funded by

NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICS

(a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai)

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized Teacher's Enrichment Workshop (TEW) funded by National Centre for Mathematics (NCM), a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai for faculty members of various universities from18th-23rd November, 2019.The objective of theworkshop was to give participants an introduction to linear algebra and illustrate its importance through interesting and diverse applications to coding theory and cryptography.

The programme started with the Principal of the college, Dr. Swati Pal, addressing the gathering and felicitating Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Department of Mathematics, Panjab University who was also one of the organizer of the workshop by presenting a memento.

The following persons acted as speakers:

1. Prof. R. B. Bapat, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

2. Prof. DhananjoyDey, Scientist F, DRDO, Delhi.

3. Prof. MadhuRaka, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

4. Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

It was attended by 33 faculty members from colleges of University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, JamiaMiliaIslamia, IIT Delhi, M. M. Degree College - UP, Invertis University - Bareilly, K. R. Mangalam University, Shri G. S Institute of Technology and Science - Indore, St. Joseph's College - Bangalore, K.J.Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology – Mumbai. It was an extremely useful learning experience as participants got the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of linear algebra, coding theory and cryptography.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a seminar on "Emerging Careers" held by Pearl Academy, one of the leading institutes of fashion and design in the country. The session was held on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. It was resided by Ms. Margarita Soma, career counselor at Pearl Academy. The session was all about the various career options after bachelors for students of Mathematics and otherwise as well. It was very interactive and cleared many of the misconceptions of the students.



The Department of Mathematics conducted a talk on "Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry: The Art and Science of Animation", on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. The speaker for the event was Dr. Jag Mohan Rai, a professor of P.G.D.A.V College. Dr. Rai gave the students an insight on the application of Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry, mainly animation. The session included screening of a few short movies with animations explained by Dr Rai. The students were enlightened on such an uncommon and interesting topic, relating it to Mathematics was unique and attractive to the students.



Social Outreach Initiative

Due to the pandemic, contractors are not paying

rag-pickers, leaving them with zero resources. Bhavika Arya and Devyani, students of BSc. Mathematics (H) ( 2nd year), from Sajag Society, an NGO formed in 2009, are part of an initiative to collect funds and distribute dry ration packets for those who cannot avail government schemes. Aimed for 5000 unregistered workers or 1000 families. Ration packets have been distributed to 100 families.

 


Activities 2019-2020

Public Lecture
" Education for Development and Human Excellence"
By Prof. P. B. Sharma

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a public lecture as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of the college. The event was held on 23rd January, 2020 at JDMC. The speaker for the event was Professor P. B.Sharma, Vice chancellor of Amity University. Prof. Sharma held the lecture on " Education for Development and Human Excellence". Objective of the lecture was to enlighten the students on how education plays an important role in the Development of a country.

The event began with Teacher In-charge, Dr. Ritu Arora, Prof. Sharma and other faculty members lighting the lamp to commence the day. Prof. Sharma also planted a sapling as part of the college tradition, followed by felicitating the honorable speaker with a memento by Dr. Ritu Arora as token of appreciation. His speech included mentions of Dr. Kalam's VISION 2020, analysis of challenges, opportunity and current world standing of the country in different fields. Throughout the speech, students were captivated by the insights shared by Prof. Sharma. In conclusion, he gave a short speech on how Mathematics is related to Indian Mythology. It was an extremely informative and learning experience as the students got the opportunity to learn from such an eminent speaker and a pioneer in the technical field.

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society conducted MathBola-The Mathematical Tambola in the college annual fest Symphony 2020. A fun event aimed at testing mathematical, analytical and logical skills of students. It was organized in room no. 14 and saw a good participation of 40 students across different universities.

Winners of Mathbola were:

1st house - Shruti Gupta

2nd house - Lavkesh

1st line - Monisha Pal

2nd line - Riya Sharma

3rd line - Tanish Malik

The winning participants received a cash prize of Rs 2000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000, Rs 1000 and Rs 1000 respectively. Students really enjoyed the event and the event concluded successfully.



Papermania 2020

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society organized the event Paper-Mania (Fun with Paper) on the second day i.e. 9th January, 2020 of the three-day annual cultural festival Symphony of Janki Devi Memorial College. A total of 20 teams participated in the event from various colleges of the University of Delhi and other universities. In the event, participants showcased their talent of paper cutting and crafting by making 3D models on the theme, SOLIDARITY AGAINST VIOLENCE. It was judged by:

1. Ms. Rita Grover, Faculty, Janki Devi Vocational Centre.

2. Ms. NeeluVerma, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce , Janki Devi Memorial College.

Following were the winners of the event:

1. First Position - Ankur Raman-Ramjas College &
Gaurang Garg-Zakir Husain Delhi College
2. Second Position - Tulsi Aggarwal-Keshav Mahavidyalaya &
Shalini Mittal-Keshav Mahavidyalaya
Third Position – Saifali-Gargi College



Teacher's Enrichment Workshop

TEACHER'S ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP
on
LINEAR ALGEBRA, CODING THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
funded by
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICS
(a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai)

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized Teacher's Enrichment Workshop (TEW) funded by National Centre for Mathematics (NCM), a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai for faculty members of various universities from18th-23rd November, 2019.The objective of theworkshop was to give participants an introduction to linear algebra and illustrate its importance through interesting and diverse applications to coding theory and cryptography.

The programme started with the Principal of the college, Dr. Swati Pal, addressing the gathering and felicitating Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Department of Mathematics, Panjab University who was also one of the organizer of the workshop by presenting a memento.

The following persons acted as speakers:

1. Prof. R. B. Bapat, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

2. Prof. DhananjoyDey, Scientist F, DRDO, Delhi.

3. Prof. MadhuRaka, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

4. Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

It was attended by 33 faculty members from colleges of University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, JamiaMiliaIslamia, IIT Delhi, M. M. Degree College - UP, Invertis University - Bareilly, K. R. Mangalam University, Shri G. S Institute of Technology and Science - Indore, St. Joseph's College - Bangalore, K.J.Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology – Mumbai. It was an extremely useful learning experience as participants got the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of linear algebra, coding theory and cryptography.



Activities 2019-2020

Teacher's Enrichment Workshop

TEACHER'S ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP on
LINEAR ALGEBRA, CODING THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
funded by
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICS
(a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai)

The Department of Mathematics, Janki Devi Memorial College organized Teacher's Enrichment Workshop (TEW) funded by National Centre for Mathematics (NCM), a joint centre of IIT Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai for faculty members of various universities from18th-23rd November, 2019.The objective of theworkshop was to give participants an introduction to linear algebra and illustrate its importance through interesting and diverse applications to coding theory and cryptography.

The programme started with the Principal of the college, Dr. Swati Pal, addressing the gathering and felicitating Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Department of Mathematics, Panjab University who was also one of the organizer of the workshop by presenting a memento.

The following persons acted as speakers:

1. Prof. R. B. Bapat, Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

2. Prof. DhananjoyDey, Scientist F, DRDO, Delhi.

3. Prof. MadhuRaka, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

4. Prof. Dinesh Khurana, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

It was attended by 33 faculty members from colleges of University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, JamiaMiliaIslamia, IIT Delhi, M. M. Degree College - UP, Invertis University - Bareilly, K. R. Mangalam University, Shri G. S Institute of Technology and Science - Indore, St. Joseph's College - Bangalore, K.J.Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology – Mumbai. It was an extremely useful learning experience as participants got the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of linear algebra, coding theory and cryptography.



Emerging Careers

The Department of Mathematics conducted a seminar on "Emerging Careers" held by Pearl Academy, one of the leading institutes of fashion and design in the country. The session was held on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. It was resided by Ms. Margarita Soma, career counselor at Pearl Academy. The session was all about the various career options after bachelors for students of Mathematics and otherwise as well. It was very interactive and cleared many of the misconceptions of the students.



Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry: A Talk

The Department of Mathematics conducted a talk on "Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry: The Art and Science of Animation", on 7th November, 2019 in the Seminar Room. The speaker for the event was Dr. Jag Mohan Rai, a professor of P.G.D.A.V College. Dr. Rai gave the students an insight on the application of Mathematics in the Entertainment Industry, mainly animation. The session included screening of a few short movies with animations explained by Dr Rai. The students were enlightened on such an uncommon and interesting topic, relating it to Mathematics was unique and attractive to the students.



Fresher's 19

The Department of Mathematics held its annual Freshers Party on 22nd August, 2019. The Miss Fresher competition was held in 3 rounds comprising of Ramp Walk, Talent Round and Question-Answer round. The event also had performances from the 2nd and 3rd years. The Students Union for the year 2019-2020 was felicitated by Dr. Neelam Sharma, Dr. Ritu Arora and Dr. Sharda Gautam. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, principal, JDMC. The day ended with a DJ session, thus concluding the most awaited event of the semester.



Movie Screening

The Department of Mathematics conducted it's annual tradition of movie screening on 21st September. The students were presented with the dynamic life story of the great Indian Mathematician – Srinivasa Ramanujan. The event was inter departmental, thus attracting many students for the screening: "The Man Who Knew Infinity". The screening aimed at inspiring students and encouraging them. The event was well conducted under the supervision and presence of the faculty members of Mathematics Department.



Students and Faculty members after the collection drive for Assam Relief Fund.

RADIAN-CE, the Department of Mathematics joined hands with Team Avani, the environmental society of Janki Devi Memorial College and started an Assam Relief Fund. All faculty members and students actively participated and ended up raising Rs. 8000 of which items like rice, sugar, salt, biscuits, sanitary pads, clothes, general medicines etc. were bought. All items were then handed over to Team Avani who successfully delivered it to Goonj, organization working for the relief fund.



Department Elections

The Department of Mathematics: RADIAN-CE held its annual election for the student union for the year 2019-2020 on 8 August. The entire department set out to vote in Computer Lab -3 on 8 August. By 12:30 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared.

Pragya Arora – President

Bhavika Arya – Vice President

Devyani Gusain – Treasurer

Prachi Sharma – General Secretary

The newly formed student union now shoulders the responsibility of carrying forward the department's legacy after a fairly held election



Faculty members being briefed at the Mathematica Training Session held in campus on 2nd August, 2019.

The Department of Mathematics organized a training session on "Introduction to Wolfram Mathematica 12.0". The session held on 2 August in Computer Lab-3 had duration of 3 hours, 10:00am - 1:00pm. The speaker of the session was Mr. Devashish Bhattacharya from Scube Scientific, exclusive partner of Wolfram Research. The hand on session was held to introduce and explain the new features of the software and its application in various sectors. The session was attended by 14 faculty members as well as students.



Activities 2019-2020

Movie Screening

The Department of Mathematics conducted it's annual tradition of movie screening on 21st September. The students were presented with the dynamic life story of the great Indian Mathematician – Srinivasa Ramanujan. The event was inter departmental, thus attracting many students for the screening: "The Man Who Knew Infinity". The screening aimed at inspiring students and encouraging them. The event was well conducted under the supervision and presence of the faculty members of Mathematics Department.



 

Freshers' 19

The Department of Mathematics held its annual Freshers Party on 22nd August, 2019. The Miss Fresher competition was held in 3 rounds comprising of Ramp Walk, Talent Round and Question-Answer round. The event also had performances from the 2nd and 3rd years. The Students Union for the year 2019-2020 was felicitated by Dr. Neelam Sharma, Dr. Ritu Arora and Dr. Sharda Gautam. The event was graced by Dr. Swati Pal, principal, JDMC. The day ended with a DJ session, thus concluding the most awaited event of the semester.



Students and Faculty members after the collection drive for Assam Relief Fund.

RADIAN-CE, the Department of Mathematics joined hands with Team Avani, the environmental society of Janki Devi Memorial College and started an Assam Relief Fund. All faculty members and students actively participated and ended up raising Rs. 8000 of which items like rice, sugar, salt, biscuits, sanitary pads, clothes, general medicines etc. were bought. All items were then handed over to Team Avani who successfully delivered it to Goonj, organization working for the relief fund.

 

Department Elections

The Department of Mathematics: RADIAN-CE held its annual election for the student union for the year 2019-2020 on 8 August. The entire department set out to vote in Computer Lab -3 on 8 August. By 12:30 pm, the elections were concluded and the results were declared.

Pragya Arora – President

Bhavika Arya – Vice President

Devyani Gusain – Treasurer

Prachi Sharma – General Secretary

The newly formed student union now shoulders the responsibility of carrying forward the department's legacy after a fairly held election.



 

Faculty Members being briefed at the Mathematica Training Session held in campus on 2nd August, 2019

The Department of Mathematics organized a training session on "Introduction to Wolfram Mathematica 12.0". The session held on 2 August in Computer Lab-3 had duration of 3 hours, 10:00am - 1:00pm. The speaker of the session was Mr. Devashish Bhattacharya from Scube Scientific, exclusive partner of Wolfram Research. The hand on session was held to introduce and explain the new features of the software and its application in various sectors. The session was attended by 14 faculty members as well as students.



Departmental Activities of 2018-19:

1. E-Election
August 2, 2018

Radian-ce, The Mathematics Society conducted the department union election 2018-19 in computer lab III of the college. The online election was held using google form which was time saving and paper free as well. The hassle free online election turned out to be a great success as there was no scope of errors and transparency was maintained in result declaration. It was very efficient as the result was displayed with proper statistics as follows:
President: Sumedha Gupta, III year
Vice-President: Nikita Kohli, II year
Treasurer: Kamya Malhotra, II year
General Secretary: Prakriti Gupta, I year



Departmental Activities of 2017-18

 

QUIZ COMPETITION REPORT   Click Here

MATHS DEPT, FRESHERS' WELCOME REPORT   Click Here

CREATE A LOGO COMPETITION   Click Here

MOVIE SCREENING REPORT   Click Here



Talk on 'Applications of Algebra in Cryptography'   Click Here






Ramanujan Meets Shakespeare   Click Here



Symphony'17   Click Here



Movie Screening   Click Here



Faculty Development Program   Click Here



Alpha Plus   Click Here



Path Finder   Click Here



PPT Competion   Click Here