Mathematics is a bunch of scientific knowledge about quantity, structure, space and change, spread into more than a hundred branches to nourish other applied and natural sciences. The ensuing mathematics in conjunction with technology is being able to solve several problems related to various fields, including social and behavioral sciences, arrangements, design patterns, sequences, and schedules etc. To specify more, discrete mathematics is an extemely powerful tool which has broad applications in computers in many ways and also in other logical machines with various input and output mechanisms. Digital processing is based on Boolean algebra; so, it is inherently mathematical in nature. Statistics is used for basic research, which fuels the development of new startling methods and technology. Algebraic geometry is being applied to control theory and the study of large- scale systems ; combinatorics and graph theory are applied to economics; the theory of fibre bundles is applied to physics; algebraic invariant theory is applied to study the error correcting codes. Thus the distinction between pure and applied mathematics is now seen not to be based on content but on the attitude and motivation of the mathematicians .


The insight of algebra into the aspect of engineering & technology as well as the fuzzy concepts for uncertain environment with various Optimization techniques of the network flow and other operation research problems with nonlinear analysis and its applications will be delivered by eminent speakers. We will also get the flavor of Graph Theoretic approach for evolutionary optimization and discussions with participants in the area of mathematical modelling, Operation Research and optimization with algebraic approaches used for different transport phenomena. The participants will not only get insight into the theoretical developments of mathematical aspects of models but also learn about the practical applications of modelling and simulation in diverse areas of Engineering.


The objective of the workshop is to transform mathematical concepts into technological aspects as well as their applications to various engineering fields. The workshop will also emphasize to fulfill the needs of applied mathematicians to understand very well the domain of validity of methods being employed and to be able to analyze how stable the results are and the extent to which the methods may be modified to suit new situations of study and applications. The latest trends in mathematics and the ubiquity of the computer would be characterized as a new integration in mathematical sciences.


  • Modern Algebra and its applications in coding theory and Cryptography
  • The interaction between matrices and graphs
  • Fuzzy theory and its application in optimization
  • Optimization in graph theoretic application
  • Financial mathematics
  • Cooperative Game Theory and its applications to Networks and Fuzzy Systems


Prof.Bhaba Kumar Sarma


Prof. N Selvaraju

Prof. N Selvaraju


Prof. Ashok Ji Gupta


Prof. S.S.Mishra

Dr. RML Avadh University,Faizabad

Prof. Surajit Borkotokey

Dibrugarh University,Assam

Prof. Kedar Nath Das

NIT Silchar

Prof. Shiv Datt Kumar

MNNIT Allahabad

How to apply

For online registration participants are requested to Click Here on or before 10th Nov 2017.

Registration fee can be paid through Demand Draft(DD) in favour of Director NIT Nagaland, Payable at State Bank of India, Chumukedima Branch, Nagaland-797103.
through Net banking with the following account details:
A/c no. :- 35747839287,
IFSC Code :- SBIN0007543
Bank and Branch : State Bank of India, Chumukedima
Free registration for Students & Research Scholars
Faculty/ Scientist/ Engineers: Rs. 500/-

Submission deadline :
Scanned copy of D.D./Transaction receipt is required to be sent to E-mail ( on or before 10th Nov 2017.

About NIT Nagaland

National Institute of Technology Nagaland (NIT Nagaland) is a higher education technology institute located at Dimapur in Nagaland and was set up by the Government of India in 2009, as part of the Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2007–2012) for imparting technical education in the state of Nagaland. NIT Nagaland is located at chumukedima, about 14 kilometers from Dimapur, Nagaland. The campus is well connected through proper means of transport and communication. At present there are six undrgraduate courses namely Electrical and Electronics Engineering,Electronics and Communication Engineering,Computer Science and Engineering,Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering & Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering and four postgraduate courses namely Power System Engineering, VLSI Systems, Computer Science and Engineering & Electronics and Communication Engineering, inclusive of PhD studies.

How to reach

BY AIR: Regular flights from Kolkata and Delhi are available to Dimapur Airport, which is located approximately 14 km away from NIT Nagaland

BY TRAIN: Dimapur is well connected to different parts of India through a main line station of North-East Frontier Railway. The distance between the railway station and the Institute is about 18 Km.

BY ROAD: Several buses ply from all major cities in North East India viz, Guwahati, Shillong, Kohima etc. to Dimapur. Apart from buses, private taxis at reasonable rates are also available from all the cities referred above.


All out station participants will be provided accommodation at the Institute.

Organising Committee


Prof. Themrichon Tuithung
(Director I/C)


Dr. Jyoti Prasad Borah
Head, Department of Science and Humanities


  • Dr. Prem Prakash Mishra
  • Dr. Manoj Kumar Patel


  • Dr. Amrit Puzari
  • Dr. Jhimli Bhattacharyya
  • Dr. A. Wati Walling
  • Dr. Debarun Dhar Purakayastha
  • Dr. Nirmala Devi
  • Dr. Nibedita Paul
  • Dr. Deep Sarmah
  • Dr. Jagat Dwipendra Ray
  • Mr. Anirban Majumdar

Address for Communication

Dr. Prem Prakash Mishra
Dr. Manoj Kumar Patel
Assistant Professor in Mathematics
Department of Science and Humanities
NIT Nagaland, Chumukedima-
797103, Dimapur, Nagaland
Mobile: +91 8575639307/7005069725/9402428776

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