TEW  Algebra & Multivariate Calculus (2021)
Speakers and Syllabus
Syllabus to be covered in terms of modules of 6 lectures each.
Name of the Speaker with affiliation, who will covereach module of 6 lectures.  No. of Lectures  Detailed Syllabus 
Prof. C.S. Dalawat, Harish Chandra Research Institute, Prayagraj  6  Vector spaces and their basic properties, Linear Transformations and Matrices, Change of Basis, Quotient Spaces, Rank and Nullity theorem. Determinants, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Cayley Hamilton Theorem, Decomposition theorems, Diagonalisation, Some application. Modules, Modules versus Vector Spaces, Free Modules, Matrices over PIDs, Smith Normal Form, Finitely Generated Modules over PIDs and their structure, Rational and Jordan Canonical Forms. 
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal.  6  Symmetries of equilateral triangle and square; translations, rotations and reflections in the Euclidean plane. Group, subgroup, cyclic group, examples, Group homomorphism and normal subgroup, kernel and image of a homomorphism, quotient group, isomorphism theorems, Permutations of a finite set, permutation group Sn, Group action, class equation, Sylow’s Theorems and applications. Example of Matrix group over real and complex numbers. Group of symmetries of geometric objects in Euclidean spaces, dihedral group as the group of symmetries of a regular polygon, isometries of the Euclidean space, symmetries, platonic solids and their dual, symmetries of a tetrahedron, symmetries of a cube and octahedron, symmetries of icosahedron and dodecahedron, finite subgroups of SO(2) and SO(3). 
Dr. Siddhartha Sarkar, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal.  6  Basics of metric spaces, norms induced by inner products, Cauchy Schwarz inequality, equivalence of norms on finite dimensional vector spaces. Limits and continuity, Derivative as a linear map, examples from first principle, chain rule, directional derivative and partial derivative, examples. Sufficient condition for existence of total derivative, equality of mixed partial derivatives, Taylor’s theorem up to second order and applications to maxima and minima, method of Lagrange multipliers, Mean value and Implicit function theorem. 
References:
 Online Notes: http://www.mathe2.unibayreuth.de/stoll/lecturenotes/LinearAlgebraI.pdf
 T.S. Blyth, Module Theory: An Approach To Linear Algebra
 Mark A. Armstrong, Groups and Symmetry, Springer, 1997.
 Online Notes on Groups and symmetry: http://www.maths.gla.ac.uk/~ajb/dvips/2qnotes.pdf
 Tom Apostol, Mathematical Analysis.
 Walter Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis.
Names of the Tutors / Course Associates with their affiliation and status:
 Dr. Punam Gupta, (Assistant Professor)
Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya.  Dr. Triloki Nath, (Assistant Professor)
Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya.  Dr. R.K. Pandey, (Assistant Professor)
Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya.
Time Table
Tentative TimeTable:
Day 
Date 
Lecture /Tutorial 5 PM 6 PM 
Lecture /Tutorial 3.30 PM 4.30 PM 
Friday 
08/01/2021 
L1: CSD 

Saturday 
09/01/2021 
L2: CSD 

Sunday 
10/01/2021 
L3: CSD 
T1: PG,TN 
Friday 
15/01/2021 
L4: CSD 

Saturday 
16/01/2021 
L5: CSD 

Sunday 
17/01/2021 
L6: CSD 
T2: PG,TN 
Friday 
22/01/2021 
L7: SKS 

Saturday 
23/01/2021 
L8: SKS 

Sunday 
24/01/2021 
L9: SKS 
T3: TN,RKP 
Friday 
29/01/2021 
L10: SS 

Saturday 
30/01/2021 
L11: SS 

Sunday 
31/01/2021 
L12: SS 
T4: TN,RKP 
Friday 
05/02/2021 
L13: SKS 

Saturday 
06/02/2021 
L14: SKS 

Sunday 
07/02/2021 
L15: SKS 
T5: PG,RKP 
Friday 
12/02/2021 
L16: SS 

Saturday 
13/02/2021 
L17: SS 

Sunday 
14/02/2021 
L18: SS 
T6: PG,RKP 
CSD: Prof. C.S. Dalawat
SKS: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh
SS: Dr. Siddhartha Sarkar
PG: Dr. Punam Gupta
TN: Dr. Triloki Nath
RKP: Dr. R.K. Pandey