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  • Prof. Saroj Panigrahi  has been conferred The Chancellor's Award 2015.
  • Prof.B.Sri Padmavati has been conferred the Ramanujan Memorial Award in Mathematics by Ramanujan Mathematics Academy for the Year 2017.
  • Congratulations to Dr.T.Sumankumar for having been selected for the prestigious “Young Scientist Award” for the year2017 being awarded by Telangana Academy of Sciences (TAS)
  • Telangana Academy  of Sciences (TAS) has elected and decided to admit Prof.B.Sri Padmavati as a “Fellow of the Telangana Academy  of Sciences (FTAS)” for the year 2017.
  • National Conference on the Recent Developments in Mathematical Sciences-2024 (Feb-12 to Feb-14)



The University of Hyderabad, a premier institution of post graduate teaching and research in the country was established in 1974 as a central university. The School of Mathematics and Statistics was a part of the School of Mathematics and Computer/Information sciences, which was established in February 1978. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics was upgraded to School of Mathematics and Statistics on 22nd January 2013.

Schools' research interests span across the broad areas of Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, Number theory, Applied mathematics, Statistics and Operation Research.

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University Motto

The objects of the University as envisaged in the Act of Parliament by which the University is established are:

to disseminate and advance knowledge by providing instructional and research facilities in such branches of learning as it may deem fit and by the example of its corporate life, and in particular to make special provisions for integrated courses in humanities and science in the educational programs of the University and to take appropriate measures for promoting inter-disciplinary studies and research in the University.

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Hyderabad is the capital city of Telangana, India. In terms of area, It is currently, the second largest urban agglomerate in India, the sixth most populous city and the sixth-most populous urban agglomeration in India. It is known with the sobriquet City of Pearls, and referred as Heart of the Indian Peninsula.

The university is located at a distance of around 25 Kilometers from the center of the city.

Read more about Hyderabad from Wikipedia here»
A short write up on how to reach Hyderabad and then the School can be found here»

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