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Ashoka Scholars Programme in Mathematics

Ashoka University offers a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Studies and Research (DipASR) to students who have completed the three-year undergraduate programme, during which students can take a wide range of elective options across a variety of subjects, as well as gain valuable research experience in specific disciplines. Students must complete 32 credits to graduate from the ASP and may choose to complete an advanced major in a particular discipline or may choose to study subjects across disciplines.

  • ASP Advanced Major in Mathematics: Requirements

    Students pursuing an advanced major in Mathematics have to take a minimum of four 400 level math courses in one year. The list of 400 level courses to be offered varies from year to year. Additionally, a student may choose to do the 4th-year project under the supervision of some math faculty. The workload for the project should be equivalent to a 4 credit course. At the end of the project, the student gives a presentation on their project in front of a three-member committee for evaluation
    Some of the 4000 level courses which have been offered are as follows.

    4000 Level Courses

    • Topological Spaces
    • Measure Theory
    • Functional Analysis
    • Random Graphs
    • Topics in Analysis
    • Mathematical Foundations of Data Sciences
    • Algebraic Number Theory
    • Topics in Stochastic Processes

More About Ashoka Scholars' Programme

All undergraduates graduating with Bachelor’s Degrees at the end of their third year, or who have completed by that time at least academic 92 credits of their degree programme, are eligible for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Studies and Research programme, also known as the Ashoka Scholars Programme (ASP). Students who need to complete up to 8 credits of their undergraduate degree must do so within the first semester of the ASP. All students who fall into either of these categories must formally apply for admission to the ASP towards the end of the Spring semester of their third year. The exact date will be circulated by the OAA.

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No. Only ASPs with a prior approval from the department can write a capstone thesis with the department.

Only 3rd year and 4th year students are eligible to TA for courses. The Department notifies the students about TA requirements in the beginning of the semester and calls for applications.

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