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The Mathematics Student is being published since 1933. It is a quarterly periodical and the four numbers of it constitute a single volume. It is published in two parts: numbers 1 and 2 (January to June) as one part and numbers 3 and 4 (July to December) as the second part.
In fact, at the time of the
silver jubilee celebrations of the Society
on the occasion of completion of
twenty five years
of existence of the Indian Mathematical Society in 1932, it was decided to start the publication
of another periodical and accordingly the Society started in 1933 a new periodical, named
The Mathematics Student,
with
A. Narasinga Rao as its first Editor who
worked as the founder editor almost single-handed with great devotion for eighteen years
(1933-1950)and placed it on a firm footing.
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Target group/Contents-regarding: In keeping with the current periodical policy, THE MATHEMATICS STUDENT will seek to publish material of interest not just to mathematicians with specialized interest but to the postgraduate students and teachers of mathematics in India. With this in view, it will ordinarily publish material of the following type: 1. research papers, 2. the texts (written in a way accessible to students) of the Presidential Addresses, the Plenary talks and the Award Lectures delivered at the Annual Conferences. 3. general survey articles, popular articles, expository papers, Book-Reviews. 4. problems and solutions of the problems, 5. new, clever proofs of theorems that graduate/undergraduate students might see in their course work, and 6. articles that arouse curiosity and interest for learning mathematics among readers and motivate them for doing mathematics. Articles of the above type are invited for publication in THE MATHEMATICS STUDENT. For te access to the Editorial Board, The Mathematics Student, we provode the link: Editorial Board, The Mathematics Student | |||
Manuscript Submission: Manuscripts intended for publication should be submitted only online on msindianmathsociety@gmail.com , in .pdf file, including figures and tables, along with the duly completed Declaration form . to the Editorin-Chief The Mathematics Student on the E-mail address msindianmathsociety@gmail.com Manuscript Style: Manuscripts (including bibliographies, tables, etc.) should be typed double spaced on A4 size white paper with 1 inch (2.5 cm.) margins on all sides with font size 11 pt., in LaTeX. While typing in LaTeX, the following Preamble be used as is required by the Press: \documentclass[11 pt,a4paper,twoside,reqno]{amsart} \usepackage{amsfonts,amssymb,amscd,amsmath,enumerate,verbatim,calc} \renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{1.2} \textwidth = 12.5 cm \textheight = 20 cm \topmargin = 0.5 cm \oddsidemargin = 1 cm \evensidemargin = 1 cm \pagestyle{plain} Sections should appear in the following order : Title Page, Abstract, Text, Notes and References. Comments or replies to previously published articles should also follow this format with the exception of abstracts. Title Page: The Title page should include the manuscript title, authors’ names & permanent affiliations and the name, address & e-mail address of the author to whom page proofs and a watermarked soft copy of reprint is required to be sent. Abstract: The following page should include an abstract of not more than 100 words, a list of two to six key words and AMS subject classification (2000). Text: The text of the manuscript should begin on a new page. The introduction should have heading number 1. Subsequent section headings (including appendices) should be designated by Hindu-Arabic numerals (2,3,…etc.) and subsection headings should be numbered 2.1, 2.2, etc. Figures, tables and displayed equations should be numbered sectionwise consecutively throughout the text (1, 2,… etc.). Equation numbers should appear flush right in parentheses and running variables for equation (e.g., i =1,2,…, n) flush right in parentheses. References: Responsibility for the accuracy of bibliographic citations lies entirely with the Authors. References in the body of the text should be in cross-reference style ((\cite{}) mode in LaTeX). Example: “… as mentioned in (\cite{}, \cite{}), Ramanujan (\cite{}) obtained the following result …”. references in the list at the end should be in alphabetical order of last name (not initials) and should be in bibliographic cross references mode/style. Examples: Reference to a journal publication: [1]. Birkhoff, G., Neutral elements in general lattices, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 46 (1940), 702--705. In LaTeX, \biitem{Birk} Birkhoff, G., Neutral elements in general lattices, \textit{Bull. Amer. Math. Soc.}, {\bf{46}}(1940), 702--705. Reference to a book: [1]. Munkres, J., Elements of Algebraic Topology, Addison–Wesley, 1984. In LaTeX, \bibitem{Munkrs} Munkres, J., \textit{Elements of Algebraic Topology}, Addison–Wesley, 1984. Illustration Style: Originals for illustrations should be sharp and of good contrast. Each Figure and Table should be mentioned in the text and numbered consecutively using Hindu-Arabic numerals. For each Figure and Table, its desired location in the text should be clearly specified. Each Figure and Table must have a caption. Example of proper style for captions : “Figure 1” or “Table 1”. Suggested Figure formats are : TIFF, GIF, EPS, PPT and Postscript. Files should be at least 300 dpi. | |||
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(with effect from January 01, 2019) ** Annual subscription for the Journal / the Student : For each periodical • Rs. 2000/- for Libraries of Educational Institutions in India - provided the subscription is directly through IMS. • Rs. 2500 for Libraries of Educational Institutions in India when the subscription is through an agent who gives complete name and address of the subscriber. The supply will be made directly to the subscribing library. The agents will get 15% discount. • Rs. 10000/- to others for personal use or to the agents who do not supply the name and address of the end user. In this case, the agents will get 15% discount. • $200/- for personal use or for Libraries outside India. Agent's discount is 15%. ** Henceforth, from the 2012 issue of The Mathematics Student onwards, the Life Members will be given on line access to the Mathematics Student / will be sent on line the soft copy of the Mathematics Student, in electronic form, instead of supplying the hard copy, for their personal use (not for circulation) at their email address registered by the members with the Society (instead of in the physical form) Those Members who have not registered their e-mail address are requested to register it on line on < imsgoesgreen@gmail.com >. It may please be noted that the contents of The Mathematics Student will continue to be available on the Society’s website www.indianmathsociety.org and a physical copy of The Mathematics Student will continue to be available at the IMS Library (Ramanujan Institute of Advanced Study in Mathematics, Madras University, Chennai) as well as at the Registered Office of the Society (Department of Mathematics, University of Pune, Pune – 422 007) for reference during office hours. ***Life Members with their mailing address in India or the International Life members can subscribe the Journal at Rs.1500/- (US$ 35/-) for their personal use (not for sale/resale).. Business Correspondence and Payments : All the business correspondence be addressed to Prof. S. K. Nimbhorkar, Treasurer, IMS; C/O Dr. (Mrs.) Prachi Kulkarni, Ankur Hospital, Tilaknagar, Aurangabad-431 001 (Maharashtra), India. All the payments are to be made to Prof. S. K. Nimbhorkar, Treasurer, IMS by DD drawn in favour of “The Indian Mathematical Society” payable at Aurangabad (Maharashtra), India. | |||
Recently Published Math. Student issues :
The following volumes of The Mathematics Student are recently published : Vol. 69, Nos. 1-4, January-December (2000) Access here: Math. Student 2000 Vol. 87, Nos. 3-4, July-December (2018) Access here: Math. Student 2018-Part-2 Vol. 87, Nos. 1-2, January-June (2018) Access here: Math. Student 2018-Part-1 Vol. 86, Nos. 3-4, July-December (2017) Access here: Math. Student 2017-Part-2 Vol. 86, Nos. 1-2, January-June (2017) Access here: Math. Student 2017-Part-1 Vol. 85, Nos. 3-4, July-December (2016) Access here: Math. Student 2016-Part-2 Vol. 85, Nos. 1-2, January-June (2016) Access here: Math. Student 2016-Part-1 Vol. 84, Nos. 3-4, July-December (2015) Access here: Math. Student 2015-Part-2 Vol. 84, Nos. 1-2, January-June (2015) Access here: Math. Student 2015-Part-1 Vol. 83, Nos. 1-4, (2014) Access here: Math. Student 2014 Vol. 82, Nos. 1-4, (2013) Access here: Math. Student 2013 Vol. 81, Nos. 1-4, (2012) Access here: Math. Student 2012 Vol. 80, Nos. 1-4, (2011) Access here: Math. Student 2011 Vol. 79, Nos. 1-4, (2010) Vol. 78, Nos. 1-4, (2009) Access here: Math. Student 2009 Vol. 77, Nos. 1-4, (2008) Access here: Math. Student 2008 Special Centenary Volume (2007) Vol. 76, Nos. 1-4, (2007) Access here: Math. Student 2007 Vol. 75, Nos. 1-4, (2006) Vol. 74, Nos. 1-4, (2005) Vol. 73, Nos. 1-4, (2004) Vol. 72, Nos. 1-4, (2003) Vol. 71, Nos. 1-4, (2002) The following volume of The Mathematics Student is under preparation : Vol. 88, Nos. 1-2, January-June, (2019) | |||
Contents - old Math. Student issues :
The CONTENT of the old Math. Student volumes, from 1941 till 2015 is provided for the benefit of viewers for their reference. For the access to the contents of each of the Math. Student volumes from 2001 till 2015, provided in a tabular form, here is the link: Contents-Math. Student-2001 to 2015 For the access to the the scanned copies of the contents pages of the very old Math. Student issues from 1941 till 1999, we provide below the links. ---- ------ ------ Contents-Math. Student-1981 to 1986 |