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Mathematics: Paper 2 Section A 8000 9500

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Static subject: Whole syllabus of Mathematics is static. So, is no need to constantly update your knowledge, just need to revise.

High scoring: This is one of the rarest Optional Subjects, scoring 330+ Marks is highly possible.

Reference Books: For every Chapter and every Topic of the Syllabus, Reference Books are available and all the Problems in those books are solved.

Directly Picked Questions: Almost all the questions in the Exam are directly picked from the regular reference books.

Perfection through Practice: as the syllabus is Static and Reference books are available for all the Topics, multiple revisions will make preparation near Perfect.

Certainty: Even one could not get good marks in the first attempt, can increase score in a subsequent attempt.

Good Impression: Creates a good impression at the interview board members, for opting a science optional and it shows adversities are not going to hamper the Duties and Motto.

Repetition of Questions: Previous Year’s questions are also repeated many times.

Easy paper: The difficulty level of Mathematics paper is quite moderate and almost all questions are directly picked from the standard textbooks.

1 MODERN ALGEBRA 1. GROUP THEORY
    2. GROUP THEORY APPLICATION
    3., SUBGROUPS
    4. CYCLIC SUBGROUPS
    5. PERMUTATION GROUPS
    6. COSETS
    7. SUB GROUPS 
    8. NORMAL THEOREMS
    9. HOMOMORPHISM
    10. GROUP THEORY WITH DIRECT PRODUCTS
    11. RING THEORY
    12. CHARACTERISTICS OF RINGS
    13. SUBRINGS
    14. IDEALS AND PRINCIPLE IDEALS
    15. PRIME IDEALS  AND MAXIMAL IDEALS
     
2 REAL ANALYSIS 1. LIMITS AND CONTINUITY 
    2. UNIFORM CONTINUITY
    3. DIFFERENTIATION
    4. MEAN VALUE THEOREM AND APPLICATION
    5. MACLARAINS THEOREM
    6. RIEMANAN INTEGRAL
    7. POINTWISE CONVERGENCE, UNIFORM CONVERGENCE
    8. SEQUENCE OF FUNCTIONS, SERIES OF FUNCTIONS, 
    9. FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
     
3 COMPLEX ANALYSIS 1. COMPLEX NUMBERS - LIMIT, CONTINUITY &
    DIFFERENTIATION; ANALYTICAL FORM
    2. HARMONIC FUNCTIONS, MILNE-THOMPSON METHOD,
    ORTHOGONAL TRAJECTORIES
    3. CAUCHY INTEGRAL FORMULA, CIF FOR HIGHER DERIVATIVES,
    CAUCHY IN EQUALITIES.
    4. LIOUILLES THEOREM; TAYLORS & LAURENTIAN THEOREM;
    SINGULARITIES, CAUCHY REIMANN THEOREM
    5. CANTON INTEGRATION
    6. MISCELLANEOUS - ARGUMENT PRINCIPLE, ROUCHE'S,
    LITTLE PICCARD THEOREMS, POWER SERIES
    7. MISCELLANEOUS - CONFORMAL MAPPING AND
    BILINEAR TRANSFORMATION
     
4 LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS (LPP) 1. FORMULATIONS OF LPP, STANDARD FORM 
    2. SIMPLEX METHOD, BIG - M METHOD
    3. 2 - PHASE METHOD, TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS
    4. ASSIGNMENT PROBLEMS 
    5. PRINCIPLES OF DUALITY

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