Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur (Mir's), Sindh-Pakistan


Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur (Mir's), Sindh-Pakistan


Dr. Ali Dino Jumani, Chairman


The Department of Mathematics was established in 1987 and now is one of the fastest growing mathematics departments in the Pakistan. It has an excellent reputation, a strong, demanding program of undergraduate course work with international syllabi offerings and a great postgraduate M.S/M.Phil./Ph.D. Mathematics, all in accordance with the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) directives. The department of mathematics has committed faculty members keen for progress and eager to emerge in world mathematics scenario; in this effort every faculty member is busy with their international research collaborators in projects with numerous publications. The department of mathematics has sufficient faculty with varied research interests in applied and pure mathematics which cater about over 450+ full-time students in the undergraduate majors program and 50+ in postgraduate MS/M.Phil./ Ph.D. program. Department of Mathematics also offers its services to other departments of the university in the form of teaching mathematics subjects to various faculties and their respective departments ranging from applied algebra and calculus to decision makings of basic statistics and inferential statistics.



Mathematics develops computational, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. The theory and techniques taught in mathematics courses are especially important in today’s competitive society. The faculty members of the department recognize and strive to ensure the students obtaining this knowledge. At the same time, the faculty contributes to the discipline by fundamental research in pure and applied mathematics.


Department of Mathematics envisions ensuring that students will contribute to the society. Students can obtain abilities to critically assess numerical and graphical information; learn to formulate strategies for solving problems; and acknowledge the importance of being intellectually curious throughout their lives.



Students/scholars who successfully complete the program should extent the resulting goals:

  • Be able to apply problem solving and logical skills
  • Have a deeper understanding of mathematical theories
  • Have a solid knowledge of applications of Mathematics relates real life problems
  • Be able to communicate mathematical/logical ideas in writing
  • Be competent in computer programming and able to know mathematical packages
  • Be familiar with several sub fields of mathematics (e.g, numerical analysis, topology, operations research and CFD).
  • Be exposed to undergraduate research or internship opportunities


  1. BS (Four-Year)
  2. M.Sc. (Two-Year)
  3. MS/M.Phil
  4. Ph.D

Faculty Members

Johnathan Doe


Johnathan Doe

Executive Director

Johnathan Doe

Marketing Director

Johnathan Doe

Additional Director

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