The major courses I teach are from analysis. The courses involve both theoretical and practical aspects. I work to make these courses not just survivable, but interesting as well.There are a number of things I try to accomplish for my students:
- I try to create a positive atmosphere in my class. Students are called upon to discuss questions, but mistakes are treated as opportunities to explore misconceptions, not as a reflection of a student's abilities.
- I go to some lengths to ensure that students know that there is no easy way out.
- Caring individuals in a class of 100+ is not possible but I work with my office door open, and I am available to help.
- I believe that anyone can do well in mathematics if he/she is willing to spend time. Some pick it up quickly, some need to spend more time. I encourage all my students to invest more time in the subject. Then, I try to make sure they spend their time productively.
In next five years my priorities in teaching will be
1. To deliver best quality lectures to undergraduate/postgraduate students
2. To prepare electronic notes & video recorded lectures
Courses taught after Joining VNIT
- Real Analysis (MAL512)
- Topology (MAL522)
- Introduction to Computer Programming C (CSL501)
- Statistics & O.R. Techniques (MAL407)
- Advanced Mathematics (MAL501)
- Mathematics-I (MAL101)
- Mathematics-II (MAL102)
- Integral Transforms & PDE (MAL201)
- Numerical Methods & Probability Theory (MAL205)
- Linear Algebra (MAL206)
Courses taught before Joining VNIT
- Linear & Abstract Algebra
- Real & Complex Analysis
- Calculus & Vector Calculus.
- Differential Equations
- Real Analysis
- Functional Analysis
- Measure Theory
- Discrete Mathematics
- Engineering Mathematics
- Applied Numerical Methods