This course is based on the course"mathematics for Economics, Commerce and Management", which was run at IITB for 8 years. Mathematical tools give a precise way of formulating and analyzing a problem and to make logical conclusions. Knowledge of mathematical concepts and tools have have become necessary for students aspiring for higher studies and career in any branch of Economics, Commerce and Management. Math for ECM aims to strengthen the mathematical foundations of students of Economics, Commerce, and Management. Professionals working in these field, wishing to upgrade their knowledge, will also benefit. The stress of the course will be on building the concepts and their applications. The main topic will be Calculus and its applications.

Prof. Inder K. Rana presently is an Emeritus Fellow at Department of mathematics, IIT Bombay. He has an experience of 36 years of teaching mathematics courses to undergraduate (B. Tech) and masters M.Sc. students at IIT Bombay. He has authored 4 books,namely,Introduction to measure and Integration American Mathematical Society, Graduate Studies in Mathematics Volume 45, 2000,From Numbers to Analysis World Scientific Press, 1998 ,Calculus @IITB Concepts and Examples, math4all, India, 2007 From Geometry to Algebra: A course in Linear Algebra math4all, India, 2007.He has won three awards,C. L. Chandna Mathematics Award for the year 2000 in recognition of distinguished and outstanding contributions to mathematics research and teaching. The award is given by SaraswatiVishvas Canada,Excellence in Teaching\u201d award for the year 2004 Awarded by IIT Bombay, based on the evaluations by students.Aryabhata Award 2012 All India Ramanujan Math Club, India, for teaching and work towards math education in India.

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- Assignment Score = Average of best 6 out of 8 assignments.
- Final Score(Score on Certificate)= 75% of Exam Score + 25% of Assignment Score

NOTE: We have taken averages of assignments in a particular week