Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Introduction
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics started functioning in 2011. It started its M.Sc. (Mathematics) and M.Phil. (Mathematics) programs in 2011 and 2013 respectively. In accordance with the policy of the Government of Pakistan to start B.S. programs at universities, the department started its B.S. (Mathematics) program in 2013. In this way, the department is successfully running the academic programs namely M.Sc., B.S. (4years) and M.S./M.Phil. The department is imparting instructions in the following three major areas of Mathematics.
 Pure Mathematics
 Applied Mathematics
 Computational Mathematics
The department has twenty nine members on its faculty, out of whom eight are Ph.D. degree holders while the remaining has M.Phil. degrees. The Department has all time access to wellequipped and wellfurnished computer laboratory. This lab is providing computational facilities to our students and teachers. The department is availing the facility of central library of the institution having more than 7000 books. The collection includes latest titles in various areas of Mathematics. The department is also availing the facility of research rooms and HEC digital library. The faculty and research students of the department are engaged in research activities in the areas of Algebra, Differential equations, Numerical Analysis, Topology, Graph Theory, Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Inequalities and Partial Differential Equations.
Vision Statement of the Department
To be among the best Mathematics and Statistics departments in the country and to establish a reputation as a department widely recognized for its good quality teaching and research.
Mission Statement of the Department
The mission of the department is to provide quality teaching and good research environment to its students by establishing effective undergraduate and graduate programs which can produce trained manpower capable of contributing to the advancement of knowledge and improvement of socioeconomic conditions at national and international level.
Brief Introduction of the Chairperson
Dr. Muhammad Anwar Chaudhry, now working as Professor of Mathematics and Chairperson of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, obtained his Bachelor and M.Sc. (Mathematics) degrees in 1967 and 1969, respectively, from Punjab University, Lahore. Then he served Department of Mathematics, Punjab University for 2½ years and Govt. College, Lahore for six months as lecturer.
In 1973, Dr. Chaudhry proceeded to Japan for higher studies. After obtaining Doctor of Science (Mathematics) degree in 1977, he joined Department of Mathematics, BZU Multan as Assistant Professor. During 1977 – 2006 he served BZU as Associate Professor, Professor, Chairman Math. Department and Director, Center for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics (CASPAM). Dr. Chaudhry also served King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran Saudi Arabia as Associate Professor for 12 Years.
Dr. Chaudhry has vast teaching, research and administrative experience spanned over 46 years. He has produced 5 PhD and nearly 35 M. Phil students. His research interests are Algebra (Algebras based on logic, Ring theory, Category theory) Ordered structures and Functional Analysis. He has published nearly ninety research papers in International/National Journals.
Programs Offered
Degree  Title  Duration  Entry Requirement 

BS Math  Bachelor of Science In Mathematics  4 Years  Intermediate or equivalent with at least 2^{nd} division 
MSc Math  Master of Science in Mathematics  2 Years  Graduation Or equivalent with at least 2^{nd} division 
BS Statistics  Bachelor of Science In Statistics  4 Years  Intermediate or equivalent with at least 2^{nd} division 
MSc Statistics  Master of Science in Statistics  2 Years  Graduation Or equivalent with at least 2^{nd} division 
M. Phil Math  M. Phil Mathematics  2 Years  Entry Requirement: 16 Years relevant education / level 6, from HEC recognize institute (Passed the previous degree with a cumulative GPA score of 2.5/4.0 (under a semester system) or a second class Master’s degree (earned under annual system)) GAT General (Category C) with at least 50 % score 
BS Program
 Entrance requirements: Higher secondary school certificate with Mathematics or Equivalent
 Duration of the program: 4 years (8 semesters)
 Total credit hours: 135 credit hours (1518 credit hours per semester)
Scheme of Studies for BS Mathematics Program
Semester 
Credit Hours 

SemesterI 
15 
SemesterII 
18 
SemesterIII 
18 
SemesterIV 
18 
SemesterV 
15 
SemesterVI 
18 
SemesterVII 
18 
SemesterVIII 
15 
Total 
135 
DomainWise Breakup
Domain 
Numbers of courses 
Number of credits hours 

Compulsory Courses 
9 
27 
General Courses 
8 
24 
Foundation Courses 
11 
33 
Major Courses 
13 
39 
Elective Courses within the Major 
4 
12 
Total 
45 
135 
List of Courses for BS Mathematics
COMPULSORY COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
English I (Functional English) 
MATH101 
3 + 0 
2 
English II (CompositionI) 
MATH102 
3 + 0 
3 
English III (Communication Skills for Mathematicians) 
MATH201 
3 + 0 
4 
Foreign Language 
MATH203 
3 + 0 
5 
Pakistan Studies 
MATH103 
3+ 0 
6 
Islamic Studies 
MATH104 
3+ 0 
7 
Introduction to Computers 
MATH105 
3+0 
8 
Elements of set Theory & Mathematical Logic 
MATH110 
3+ 0 
9 
Discrete Structures 
MATH206 
3+ 0 
Total Number of Credit Hours 
27 
GENERAL COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 


1 
PhysicsI(Mechanics) 
MATH107 
3 + 0 

2 
PhysicsII(Electricity & Magnetism) 
MATH108 
3+ 0 

3 
Modern Physics & Electronics 
MATH207 
3 + 0 

4 
Waves, Optics & Thermodynamics 
MATH208 
3 + 0 

5 
Computer Programming 
MATH106 
3 + 0 

6 
Human Psychology 
MATH202 
3 + 0 

7 
Mathematical StatisticsI 
MATH204 
3 + 0 

8 
Computer tools for Mathematics 
MATH205 
3 + 0 

Total Number of Credit Hours 
24 
FOUNDATION COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Calculus I 
MATH 109 
3 + 0 
2 
Calculus II 
MATH 112 
3 + 0 
3 
Elements of Differential Equations 
MATH 208 
3 + 0 
4 
Calculus III 
MATH 209 
3 + 0 
5 
Introduction to Linear Algebra 
MATH 210 
3 + 0 
6 
Modern Algebra I 
MATH 303 
3 + 0 
7 
Modern Algebra II 
MATH 304 
3 + 0 
8 
Complex Analysis 
MATH 305 
3 + 0 
9 
Ordinary Differential Equations 
MATH 307 
3 + 0 
10 
Vector and Tensor Analysis 
MATH 309 
3 + 0 
11 
Integral Equations 
MATH 402 
3 + 0 
Total Number of Credit Hours 
33 
MAJOR COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Number Theory 
MATH211 
3 + 0 
2 
Real AnalysisI 
MATH301 
3 + 0 
3 
Real AnalysisII 
MATH302 
3 + 0 
4 
Set Topology 
MATH306 
3 + 0 
5 
Classical Mechanics 
MATH308 
3 + 0 
6 
Partial Differential Equations 
MATH310 
3 + 0 
7 
Differential Geometry 
MATH312 
3 + 0 
8 
Functional Analysis I 
MATH401 
3 + 0 
9 
Numerical AnalysisI 
MATH403 
3 + 0 
10 
Numerical AnalysisII 
MATH404 
3 + 0 
11 
Probability Theory 
MATH405 
3 + 0 
12 
Mathematical StatisticsII 
MATH406 
3 + 0 
13 
Mathematical MethodsI 
MATH407 
3 + 0 
Total Number of Credit Hours 
39 
List of Mathematics Elective Courses (Optional):
ELECTIVE COURSES
Four elective courses are to be taken from one of the following three categories of elective courses.
Pure Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Advanced Group Theory 
MATH421 
3 
2 
Ring & Modules 
MATH422 
3 
3 
Measure TheoryI 
MATH423 
3 
4 
Measure TheoryII 
MATH424 
3 
5 
Functional Analysis II 
MATH426 
3 
Applied Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Fluid MechanicsI 
MATH441 
3 
2 
Fluid MechanicsII 
MATH442 
3 
3 
Solid Mechanics 
MATH443 
3 
4 
Mathematical MethodsII 
MATH444 
3 
5 
Optimization Theory 
MATH445 
3 
6 
Modeling & Simulation 
MATH446 
3 
Computational Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Optimization Theory 
MATH445 
3 
2 
Modeling & Simulation 
MATH446 
3 
3 
Theory of Approximation and SplinesI 
MATH461 
3 
4 
Theories of Approximation and SplinesII 
MATH462 
3 
5 
Numerical Solution of ODE 
MATH463 
3 
NOTE: More elective courses in all the above mentioned three areas may be added subject to the approval of competent authority and availability of relevant faculty.
SemesterWise Breakup
1^{st} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 

MATH101 
English I (Functional English) 
3 
100 
MATH103 
Pakistan studies 
3 
100 
MATH105 
Introduction to Computers 
3 
100 
MATH107 
PhysicsI (Mechanics) 
3 
100 
MATH109 
CalculusI 
3 
100 
Total 
15 
500 
2^{nd} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 


MATH102 
English II (CompositionI) 
3 
100 

MATH104 
Islamic studies 
3 
100 

MATH106 
Computer Programming 
3 
100 

MATH108 
PhysicsII (Electricity & Magnetism) 
3 
100 

MATH110 
CalculusII 
3 
100 

MATH112 
Elements of Set Theory & Mathematical Logic 
3 
100 

Total 
18 
600 
3^{rd} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 


MATH201 
English III (Communication Skills for Mathematicians) 
3 
100 

MATH203 
Foreign Language * 
3 
100 

MATH205 
Computer Tools for Mathematics 
3 
100 

MATH207 
Modern Physics and Electronics 
3 
100 

MATH209 
CalculusIII 
3 
100 

MATH211 
Number Theory 
3 
100 

Total 
18 
600 
*Arabic or Chinese or French or German or Turkish or Persian, (Subject to the availability of the Faculty).
4^{th} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 

MATH202 
Human Psychology 
3 
100 
MATH204 
Mathematical StatisticsI 
3 
100 
MATH206 
Discrete Structures 
3 
100 
MATH208 
Waves,Optics and Thermodynamics 
3 
100 
MATH210 
Elements of Differential Equations 
3 
100 
MATH212 
Introduction to Linear Algebra 
3 
100 
Total 
18 
600 
5^{th} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 

MATH301 
Real AnalysisI 
3 
100 
MATH303 
Modern AlgebraI 
3 
100 
MATH305 
Complex Analysis 
3 
100 
MATH307 
Ordinary Differential Equations(ODE) 
3 
100 
MATH309 
Vector and Tensor Analysis 
3 
100 
Total 
15 
500 
6^{th} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 


MATH302 
Real AnalysisII 
3 
100 

MATH304 
Modern AlgebraII 
3 
100 

MATH306 
Set Topology 
3 
100 

MATH308 
Classical Mechanics 
3 
100 

MATH310 
Partial Differential Equation(PDE) 
3 
100 

MATH312 
Differential Geometry 
3 
100 

Total 
18 
600 
7^{th} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 

MATH401 
Functional Analysis I 
3 
100 
MATH403 
Numerical AnalysisI 
3 
100 
MATH405 
Probability Theory 
3 
100 
MATH407 
Mathematical MethodsI 
3 
100 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveI 
3 
100 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveII 
3 
100 
Total 
18 
600 
8^{th} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 
Marks 

MATH402 
Integral Equations 
3 
100 
MATH404 
Numerical AnalysisII 
3 
100 
MATH406 
Mathematical StatisticsII 
3 
100 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveIII 
3 
100 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveIV 
3 
100 
Total 
15 
500 
MSc Program
 Entrance requirements: B.A. (with Mathematics A course/B Course) or B.Sc. (with Mathematics) or Equivalent
 Duration of the program: 2 years
 Total credit hours: 69 credit hours (1518 credit hours per semester)
Scheme of Studies for M.Sc. Mathematics Program
Semester 
Credit Hours 

SemesterI 
15 
SemesterII 
18 
SemesterIII 
18 
SemesterIV 
18 
Total 
69 
DomainWise Breakup
Domain 
Numbers of courses 
Number of credits hours 

General Courses 
1 
3 
Foundation Courses 
6 
18 
Major Courses 
12 
36 
Elective Courses 
4 
12 
Total 
23 
69 
SemesterWise Breakup
1^{st} Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH301 
Real AnalysisI 
3 
MATH303 
Modern AlgebraI 
3 
MATH305 
Complex Analysis 
3 
MATH307 
Ordinary Differential Equations(ODE) 
3 
MATH309 
Vector and Tensor Analysis 
3 
Total 
15 
2^{nd}Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH302 
Real AnalysisII 
3 
MATH304 
Modern AlgebraII 
3 
MATH306 
Set Topology 
3 
MATH308 
Classical Mechanics 
3 
MATH310 
Partial Differential Equation(PDE) 
3 
MATH312 
Differential Geometry 
3 
Total 
18 
3^{rd}Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH401 
Functional AnalysisI 
3 
MATH403 
Numerical AnalysisI 
3 
MATH405 
Probability Theory 
3 
MATH407 
Mathematical MethodsI 
3 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveI 
3 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveII 
3 
Total 
18 
4^{th}Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH402 
Integral Equations 
3 
MATH404 
Numerical AnalysisII 
3 
MATH406 
Mathematical Statistics 
3 
MATH408 
Computer Tools For Mathematics 
3 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveIII 
3 
MATH4xx 
ElectiveIV 
3 
Total 
18 
List of elective courses
Following is the complete list of Elective Courses for M.Sc. Program. Each course is of 3 credit hours.
(a) GENERAL COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 


1 
Computer tools for Mathematics 
MATH408 
3 

Total Number of Credit Hours 
3 
(b) FOUNDATION COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Modern AlgebraI 
MATH 303 
3 + 0 
2 
Modern AlgebraII 
MATH 304 
3 + 0 
3 
Complex Analysis 
MATH 305 
3 + 0 
4 
Ordinary Differential Equations 
MATH 307 
3 + 0 
5 
Vector and Tensor Analysis 
MATH 309 
3 + 0 
6 
Integral Equations 
MATH 402 
3 + 0 
Total Number of Credit Hours 
18 
(c) MAJOR COURSES
Sr. No. 
Title 
Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Real AnalysisI 
MATH301 
3 + 0 
2 
Real AnalysisII 
MATH302 
3 + 0 
3 
Set Topology 
MATH306 
3 + 0 
4 
Classical Mechanics 
MATH308 
3 + 0 
5 
Partial Differential Equations 
MATH310 
3 + 0 
6 
Differential Geometry 
MATH312 
3 + 0 
7 
Functional AnalysisI 
MATH401 
3 + 0 
8 
Numerical AnalysisI 
MATH403 
3 + 0 
9 
Numerical AnalysisII 
MATH404 
3 + 0 
10 
Probability Theory 
MATH405 
3 + 0 
11 
Mathematical Statistics 
MATH406 
3 + 0 
12 
Mathematical MethodsI 
MATH407 
3 + 0 
Total Number of Credit Hours 
36 
ELECTIVE COURSES
Four elective courses are to be taken from one of the following three categories of elective courses.
(i) Pure Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Advanced Group Theory 
MATH421 
3 
2 
Ring & Modules 
MATH422 
3 
3 
Measure TheoryI 
MATH423 
3 
4 
Measure TheoryII 
MATH424 
3 
5 
Functional Analysis II 
MATH426 
3 
(ii) Applied Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Fluid MechanicsI 
MATH441 
3 
2 
Fluid MechanicsII 
MATH442 
3 
3 
Solid Mechanics 
MATH443 
3 
4 
Mathematical MethodsII 
MATH444 
3 
5 
Optimization Theory 
MATH445 
3 
6 
Modeling & Simulation 
MATH446 
3 
(iii) Computational Mathematics Electives:
S. No. 
Title of Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

1 
Optimization Theory 
MATH445 
3 
2 
Modeling & Simulation 
MATH446 
3 
3 
Theory of Approximation and SplinesI 
MATH461 
3 
4 
Theories of Approximation and SplinesII 
MATH462 
3 
5 
Numerical Solution of ODE 
MATH463 
3 
Note: The course offering will be made by the Department subject to availability of the relevant faculty. The curriculum designed for MSC program is consistent and meets the program objectives in the following way. A wide variety of elective courses is present in the curriculum to enhance functional knowledge of scholars in the area of his/her interest.
M.Phil. Program
 Entrance requirements: BS/MSc Mathematics & GAT General (Physical Sciences)
 Duration of the program: 2 years
 Total credit hours: 30 credit hours
 Elective courses: 8 courses (24 credit hours)
 Thesis/ dissertation: 6 credit hours
 OR
 Two more elective courses (of 3 credit hours each)
Scheme of Studies for M.Phil. Mathematics Program
Semester 
Credit Hours 

SemesterI 
12 
SemesterII 
12 
SemesterIII 
03 (Thesis Or Course work) 
SemesterIV 
03 (Thesis Or Course work) 
Total 
30 
First Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH xxx 
Elective I 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective II 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective III 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective IV 
3 
Total 
12 
Second Semester
Course Code 
Title of Course 
Credit Hours 

MATH xxx 
Elective V 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective VI 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective VII 
3 
MATH xxx 
Elective VIII 
3 
Total 
12 
Third Semester
Course Code 
Title 
Credit Hours 

MATH xxx 
Thesis (continued) 
 
Fourth Semester
Course Code 
Title 
Credit Hours 

MATH xxx 
Thesis 
6 
Total 
30 
List of elective courses
Following is the complete list of Elective Courses for M. Phil. Program. Each course is of 3 credit hours.
Title of the Course 
Course Code 
Credit Hours 

Research Methodology 
MATH501 
3 
Linear Algebra 
MATH502 
3 
Advanced Numerical Analysis 
MATH503 
3 
Advanced Functional Analysis 
MATH504 
3 
Fixed Point Theory 
MATH505 
3 
Approximation Theory 
MATH506 
3 
Convex Analysis 
MATH507 
3 
Strict Convexity 
MATH508 
3 
Fixed Point Iterations 
MATH509 
3 
Special Functions 
MATH510 
3 
Mathematical Inequalities 
MATH511 
3 
Ostrowski Type Inequalities and Their Applications 
MATH512 
3 
Near Rings I 
MATH513 
3 
Near Rings II (Special Classes) 
MATH514 
3 
Theory of Rings I 
MATH515 
3 
Algebraic Topology I 
MATH516 
3 
Computer Aided Geometric DesignI 
MATH517 
3 
Computer Aided Geometric DesignII 
MATH518 
3 
Computer Graphics 
MATH519 
3 
Linear Programming 
MATH520 
3 
Non Linear Programming 
MATH521 
3 
Graph Theory 
MATH522 
3 
Fourier Series I 
MATH523 
3 
Fourier Series II 
MATH524 
3 
Advanced Partial Differential Equations 
MATH525 
3 
Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations 
MATH526 
3 
NonLinear Ordinary Differential Equations I 
MATH527 
3 
NonLinear Ordinary Differential Equations II 
MATH528 
3 
Introduction to Wavelets 
MATH529 
3 
Wave Propagation 
MATH530 
3 
Perturbation Analysis 
MATH531 
3 
Basics of Theory of Fluids 
MATH532 
3 
Heat Transfer Analysis 
MATH533 
3 
Advanced Fluid DynamicsI 
MATH534 
3 
Advanced Fluid DynamicsII 
MATH535 
3 
Compressible Flows 
MATH536 
3 
Magneto Hydrodynamics 
MATH537 
3 
Classical Electrodynamics I 
MATH538 
3 
Classical Electrodynamics II 
MATH539 
3 
Advanced Electromagnetic Theory I 
MATH540 
3 
Advanced Electromagnetic Theory II 
MATH541 
3 
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Laminar Flows 
MATH542 
3 
Parallel Scientific Computing 
MATH543 
3 
Theory of B Splines 
MATH544 
3 
Commutative Algebra 
MATH545 
3 
Advanced Topology I 
MATH546 
3 
Advanced Topology II 
MATH547 
3 
Note: Every student will have to opt four courses in each semester (1^{st}& 2^{nd}). After successful completion of course work offered in 1^{st} and 2^{nd} semesters, students will write down his dissertation in 3^{rd}& 4^{th} semesters or will opt for two more courses (one in 3^{rd} semester and one in 4^{th} semester).
Faculty of the Department
The faculty details along with their photographs are given below:
Sr. No. 
Teacher Name 
Qualification 
Designation 


1 
Porf. Dr. Muhammad Anwar Ch. 
D.Sc. 
Professor 

2 
Prof. Dr. Bashir Ahmed 
Ph.D. 
Professor 

3 
Dr. Zaffar Mahmood 
Ph.D. 
Professor 

4 
Dr. Ayyaz Ali 
Ph.D. 
Asst. Professor 

5 
Dr. MoinUd Din Janjua 
Ph.D. 
Asst. Professor 

6 
Dr. Jawad Raza 
Ph.D. 
Asst. Professor 

7 
Dr. Shah Jahan 
Ph.D. 
Asst. Professor 

8 
Dr. Athar Qayyum 
Ph.D. 
Asst. Professor 

9 
Ms. Rabia Saleem 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

10 
Ms. Hina Bashir 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

11 
Ms. Afshan Ahsan 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

12 
Ms. Iram Ghaffar 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

13 
Ms. Farhana Khadim 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

14 
Ms. Shazia Altaf 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

15 
Mr. Muhammad Hassan 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

16 
Ms. Azra Aziz 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

17 
Ms. Shanza Awan 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

18 
Ms. Hafiza Fozia Sadaf 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

19 
Mr. M.Shahid Shahzad 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

20 
Ms. Huma Gul 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

21 
Mr. Atif Moeen 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

22 
Ms. Bisma Imran 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

23 
Ms. Maria Batool 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

24 
Mr. Ghazanfar Abbas 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

25 
Mr. Shahzad Khan 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

26 
Ms. Aqsa Shah 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

27 
Ms. Sana Sultana 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

28 
Mr. Muhammad Zahid 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 

29 
Mr. Hamayoun Farooq 
M.Phil. 
Lecturer 
Further, many Ph.D./M.Phil. Degree holders are working as visiting faculty.