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
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
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.
DUITES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
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