Statistics is the study data and navigating

Common problems in drawing correct

Conclusions. This course is related to the filed

Such as areas as financial markets, sports,

Engineering, healthcare, marketing & sales,

Election campaigns, space, natural disasters,

Population studies, accidents, insurance, and

Deaths – statistics. Statistics deals with

Interpretation and aggregation of large, complex data into simpler data. It develops from the field of probability in mathematics


  • Diploma in Applied Maths.

  • Diploma in Maths with computer programming, etc..

  • Bachelor of Statistics (Hons)

  • Bachelor of Mathematics (Hons)

  • Bachelor’s in Statistical Methods.

  • Bachelor’s in Applied Mathematics & Statistics, etc.

  • Masters in Statistics

  • Masters in Mathematics.

  • M. Tech. In Quality & Reliability and operations research.

  • Masters of Science (MS) in Quantitative Economics

  • P.G. Dip in Applied Maths (Industrial maths)

  • M. Phil (Mathematics)

  • PH. D in Mathematics


10+2 pass with Maths & English.


  • Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai.

  • College of Engineering, Chennai.

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

  • Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata (HQ)

  • Osmania University, Hyderabad.

  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai.

  • The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSC),Chennai.

  • The Mehta Research Institute of Mathematics & Mathematical Physics (MRI), Allahabad.

  • University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

  • SavitriBai Phule Pune University


Mathematicians typically have an interest in the Thinking, Creating, Organizing interest areas, according to the Holland Code framework. The Thinking interest area indicates a focus on researching, investigating, and increasing the understanding of natural laws. The Creating interest area indicates a focus on being original and imaginative, and working with artistic media. The Organizing interest area indicates a focus on working with information and processes to keep things arranged in orderly systems.

If you are not sure whether you have a Thinking or Creating or Organizing interest which might fit with a career as a mathematician, you can take a career test to measure your interests.

Mathematicians should also possess the following specific qualities:

  • Analytical skills. Mathematicians use mathematical techniques and models to analyze large amounts of data. They must be precise and accurate in their analysis.

  • Communication skills. Mathematicians must interact with and propose solutions to people who may not have extensive knowledge of mathematics.

  • Math skills. Mathematicians use statistics, calculus, and linear algebra to develop their models and analyses.

  • Problem-solving skills. Mathematicians must devise new solutions to problems encountered by scientists or engineers.


Mathematicians typically do the following:

  • Expand knowledge in mathematical areas, such as algebra or geometry, by developing new rules, theories, and concepts

  • Use mathematical formulas and models to prove or disprove theories

  • Apply mathematical theories and techniques to solve practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, or other fields

  • Develop mathematical or statistical models to analyze data

  • Interpret data and report conclusions from their analyses

  • Use data analysis to support and improve business decisions

  • Read professional journals, talk with other mathematicians, and attend professional conferences to maintain knowledge of current trends

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