The vision of Department of Mathematics & Statistics is educating and graduating young women students and To discover, mentor, and nurture mathematically inclined students, and provide them a supportive environment that fosters intellectual growth. To employ effective educational tools for our graduate courses, informed by the scholarship of teaching and learning of college-level mathematics.


The Mission of the department of mathematics & statistics is our curriculum is to help all students develop a positive identity as a mathematics learner and see themselves as mathematically skilled, to support them as they use mathematics to make sense of the world, and to enable them to make critical decisions based on mathematically sound principles.

Knowledge of Mathematics:
A successful math teacher has an extensive knowledge of mathematics. She has taken multiple courses in algebra, geometry, statistics, calculus and other areas of mathematics at the college level and, possibly, even the graduate level. This knowledge allows her to confidently explain concepts and processes to her students. She is not constantly consulting the answer key in the back of the teacher’s guide to help students solve problems. This confidence boosts her credibility and helps students trust in her ability to teach them what they need to know.

Teaching Strategies:
Students learn in different ways, and a good math teacher understands that. She keeps up with the best practices in math education and regularly incorporates them into her instruction to help all of her students learn. She also understands there may be multiple ways to solve problems and uses those alternate strategies to help struggling students grasp difficult concepts. Her lesson plans engage students and help them feel confident in their mathematical abilities.

Care and Concern:
As any experienced teacher knows, teaching focuses less on the content being taught than the students being taught. A good math teacher cares about her students. She recognizes when a student is having a bad day or needs some encouragement and addresses the problem to help the student refocus on the material. While she holds students to high expectations, she recognizes that occasionally life gets in the way of homework and that studying sometimes take a back seat to family obligations. Therefore, she offers students second chances when warranted and takes time out of her own schedule to help students catch up.

Teaching and Creative Methodology:
Effective ESL teachers have a sound basis in ESL teaching methodology. Such teachers understand that language learning occurs when students are engaged in relevant experiential activities, using cooperative learning strategies more often than worksheets. According to Teach This, culturally aware ESL teachers incorporate what their students already know into their lessons, and an exceptional teacher has a variety of teaching methods for doing this at her fingertips. For example, an adroit teacher will have a handful of accent-reduction techniques at her disposal to help students speak English clearly.

Community Involvement and Student Care:
Being an ESL teacher can be somewhat like working as a social worker. Inevitably, you will learn that a student’s family is having difficulty filling out paperwork for a hospital visit or is getting the runaround from a landlord. Exceptional ESL teachers take the time to help students navigate these real-life problems or refer them to people who can offer assistance. Such teachers are also often involved in community events sponsored by their students and their students’ families, such as church tamale dinners and celebrations of cultural holidays.

S.No Name Qualification Experience in Years Period (From-To)
1 Sri.C.V.Prasad Msc,Mphil, 27 Years 2013-Till
2 Sri.M.Veerraju MSc.,B.Ed., 11 Years 2011-Till
3 Sri.M.S.Chakravarthi MSc,B.Ed., 10 Years 2012-Till
4 Smt.E.Keerthi MSc ( Stat) 6 Years 2016-Till

Continuous Assessment is a critical step in the learning process. It determines whether the learning objectives of the course have been met or not. In the past, only observation by the teacher was the main mode of assessment. But in the process of development of a system, there occurred various types of assessments that can be broadly classified as Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment. The former is continuous and is conducted during the teaching-learning process and the latter is to evaluate the student learning at the end of the semester. For Continuous Internal Evaluation/ Assessment our University has adopted the 75+25 Marks External and Internal Examination System. Our University conducts examinations at the end of each semester for both theory and practical sessions and for which Question Papers are prepared by the Controller of Examinations.

For the CIA all activities are divided into 4 categories.

1. Assignments 5 Marks

2. Project/Seminar/GD/ Role-plays/Quiz / Presentation 5 Marks

3. Attendance for Clean and Green Programme 5 Marks

4. Testing of Subject knowledge through Mid-term Exams 20+15 Marks

Total for 2 Mid Exams 50

CIA carried out in our college keeping in mind the words of Plutarch -“The Correct analogy for the mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting”. As we were in aided college from (20-21)that time we followed the guidelines of AKNU. We have to implement CIA from 2022-23 onwards as now we are in Govt. Service.