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INDIAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
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A Fervent Appeal 
All the Members of the Society are humbly requested to appeal to their nonresident friends, not necessarily from mathematics, to become Life Members of the Society by paying Membership Subscription of US $1000/. This may be considered as a token of goodwill towards the Indian Mathematical Society, and a benevolent act of charity on their part for the welfare of the Society at large. • Membership form is available on the website 
Special Life Membership Fees (Foreign) 
Those Life Members of the Society who are residing abroad can become Life Members (Foreign) of the Society by paying concessional fee of US $500/ (instead of US $1000/) so that a free copy of the Mathematics Student can also be sent to them at their addresses abroad (currently, as a matter of policy, the Society sends to them only the IMS News Letters in order to keep them informed about the current activities of the Society). 
The Indian Mathematical Society cosponsors the Conference "Discovering Ramanujan" to be held in IIIT, Bangalore: 
The Indian Mathematical Society has decided to cosponsor the Summer Conference on "Discovering Ramanujan" to be held during June 2009. This Conference is being organized by I.I.I.T. Bangalore in honour of Prof. K. Venkatachalaienger, a former president of the Indian Mathematical Society. The details for presenting a paper/ participating in the Conference can be found by visiting the webpage for the Conference located at "http://www.iiitb.ac.in/math_conference/index.htm". Also, all can use "mathitconf@iiitb.ac.in" as the alias. 


The 75th Platinum Jubilee Annual Conference of the Society will be held under the auspices of the Kalasalingam University, Tamil Nadu, in December 2009. Prof. S. Arumugam, Senior Professor (Research) Director (R & D), Kalasalingam University, Anand Nagar, Krishnankoil – 626190, (Via) Srivilliputtur, Dist. Virudunagar (TN), Email : A Commemorative Postage Stamp on the “Indian Mathematical Society” will be issued by the Department of Posts (Philately Division), Government of India, on this occasion. 

“The international Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) is an event of unique significance to the mathematical community around the world. It is held once in every four years. The venue for the Congress is chosen, from the bids received for it, by the International Mathematical Union (IMU). India has won the bid for holding the ICM in 2010. This is the first time the event is to happen in India and only the third time in Asia (after Kyoto1990 and Beijing2002). With the concurrence of IMU, it has been decided to hold ICM 2010 at Hyderabad during August 19 – 27, 2010. This congress will be held at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC). A webpage for the ICM 2010 is located at http://www.icm2010.org.in”. 
N E W S L E T T E R NO. 21


74th Annual Conference : Highlights 
The 74th Annual Conference of the Indian Mathematical Society was held at the University of Allahabad, Allahabad, from December 27, 2008 to December 30, 2008 under the Presidentship of Prof. A.K. Agarwal (Chandigarh). The Conference was attended by more than 250 delegates. Two Presidential Addresses (General and Technical), Three Plenary Lectures ( by Prof. C. S. Seshadri (CMI, Chennai), Prof. S. G. Dani (TIFR, Mumbai) and Prof. Ram Murty (Queens University, Canada; dedicated to the memory of late Prof. R. P. Agarwal) ), Four Memorial Award Lectures, Seven invited lectures were delivered and Six Symposia were organized during the Conference. Also, in all 111 research papers were presented at the Conference including Six research papers for the Paper Presentation Competition for various Prizes.
The Conference was inaugurated by Prof. C. S. Seshadri, Director, Chennai Mathematical Institute, in the forenoon of December 27, 2008. The function was presided by the Hon’able ViceChancellor Prof. R. G. Harshe. Prof. Ramji Lal, Head, Department of Mathematics and Local Secretary of the Conference offered a warm welcome to the delegates. The General Secretary Prof. V. M. Shah spoke about the Indian Mathematical Society and expressed his sincere and profuse 
thanks, on behalf of the Society, to the host for organizing the Conference. The Academic Secretary Prof. Satya Deo reported about the academic programmes of the Conference. Prof. V. M. Shah reported about Prof. P. L. Bhatnagar Memorial Prize for 2008. The Prize was awarded to the top scorers Anirudh Gurjale (Hyderabad) and Utkarsh Tripathi (Kanpur). Prof. A. K. Agarwal delivered his Presidential address (General) on “ THE IMPORTANCE OF MATHEMATICS ”. The function ended with a vote of thanks by the host.
Professor A. K. Agarwal delivered his technical address on “RAMANUJAN’S CONTRIBUTIONS AND SOME RECENT ADVANCES IN THE THEORY OF PARTITIONS” which was presided by Prof. V. M. Shah, senior most past president of the Society present in the Conference.
Details of the Plenary Lectures delivered :
1.
Professor C. S. Seshadri (FRS, Chennai Mathematics Institute, Chennai) delivered a Plenary Lecture on “ MODULI AND MONODROMY ”. Chairperson: Prof. H. P. Dixit.
2.
Prof. S. G. Dani (TIFR, Mumbai) delivered a Plenary Lecture on “ ON SOME LARGE SUBSETS OF EUCLEDEAN SPACES INVOLVED IN GEOMETRY, DYNAMICS AND DIOPHANTINE APPROXIMATION ”. Chairperson: Prof. Satya Deo.
3.
Prof. Ram Murty (Queens University, Canada) delivered a Plenary Lecture dedicated to the memory of late Professor R. P. Agarwal on “ SPECIAL VALUES OF LSERIES AND TRANSCENDENTAL NUMBERS ”. Chairperson : Prof. N. K. Thakare.
Details of the Special Session of Paper Presentation Competition for various prizes :
Details of the Memorial Award Lectures delivered :
1.
The 22nd P. L. Bhatnagar Memorial Award Lecture was delivered by Prof. G. S. Srivastava (I.I.T. Roorkee, Roorkee). He spoke on “ ENTIRE FUNCTIONS EXTENSIONS OF CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS – A BRIEF SURVEY ”.
Chairperson : Prof. Manjul Gupta.
2.
The 19th V. Ramaswamy Aiyer Memorial Award Lecture was delivered by Prof. S. Arumugam (Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil). He spoke on “DOMINATION AND COLOURING IN GRAPHS ”.
3.
The 19th Hansaraj Gupta Memorial Award Lecture was delivered by Prof. S. D. Adhikari (HRI, Allahabad). He spoke on “THE RELATION BETWEEN TWO COMBINATORIAL GROUP INVARIANTS  HISTORY AND RAMIFICATIONS”. Chairperson : Prof. A. K. Agarwal.
During this Session six research papers were presented for various IMS Prizes, AMU Prize and V M Shah Prize. Prof. Satya Deo (Chairperson), Prof. Peeyush Chandra, Prof. G. S. Srivastava and Prof. B. N. Waphare were the judges. Following is the result :
1. IMS Prize (Algebra) : No entry.
2. IMS Prize (Geometry) : No entry.
3. IMS Prize (Topology) : No entry.
4. IMS Prize (Functional Analysis) : No Prize awarded.
5. IMS Prize (Descrete Mathematics): No entry.
6. IMS Prize (Number Theory) : No entry.
7. IMS Prize (Operations Research) : No entry.
8. IMS Prize (Fluid Dynamics) : No entry.
9. IMS Prize (Biomathematics) : P. K. Srivastava (Kanpur).
10. IMS Prize (Computer Science) : No entry.
11. AMU Prize (Algebra) : Sakir Ali (Aligarh).
12. VMS Prize (Analysis) : Ibrahim Salebhai (Surat).
Details of Invited Lectures delivered :
1. Dipendra Prasad (TIFR, Mumbai) :
“On selfdual representations of padic groups, and the Langlands Functoriality”.
2. N. S. N. Sastry (ISI, Bangalore) :
“Codes, permutation groups and finite geometries ”.
3. Ravindra Shukla. (University of Allahabad, Allahabad):
“Structure of some codes related to Sp(4,q), q even ”.
4. A.Ojha (PDPM IIIT, Jabalpur) :
“Constrained Curve Drawing Problems in CAD ”.
5. H.K.Mukherjee (NEHU, Shillong).
6. B. N. Waphare (University of Pune, Pune) :
“Birkhoff’s problem concerning posets ”.
7. Milind Kulkarni (P G Center, Goa) :
“Value distribution of Differential Polynomials ”.
Details of symposia organized :
1. On “Fourier Analysis and Allied Topics ”.
Organizer : H. P. Dikshit (Director General, School of Good Governance and Policy Analysis, Bhopal),
Dedicated to the Memory of Prof. T. Pati .
Speakers :
• U. B. Tewari (I.I.T. Kanpur, Kanpur):
“The Fourier Algebra on Locally Compact Groups and Completely Bounded Multiplers ”.
• R. S. Pathak (BHU, Varanasi):
“Wavelet Transforms ”.
• P. N. Rathie (Brazil) :
“Some aspects of onedimensional stable Levy and related Distributions”
• H. P. Dikshit (Bhopal) :
“Lebesgue Constants and Norlund Means ”.
2. On “Modular forms and Lfunctions ” .
Organizer: Ramakrishnan Balakrishnan (HRI, Allahabad).
Speakers :
• M. Ram Murty (Kingston) :
“Transcendence of certain Petersson inner products ”
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• V. Kumar Murty (Toronto) :
“The field of Fourier coefficients of a modular form ”
.
• Dipendra Prasad (TIFR, Mumbai) :
“Central critical Lvalues, and representations ”
.
• S. Kanemitsu (Japan):
“Dedekind sums and Riemann's posthumous fragemets ”
.
3. On “Operator Theory ” .
Organizer : Raj K. Singh (Lucknow).
Speakers :
• S. C. Arora (Delhi University) :
“Slant Toeplitz Operators and their generalizations ”
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• B. P. Guggal (UK) :
“Properties of linear operators through Invariant subspaces ”
.
• O. P. Singh (IT, BHU, Varanasi) :
“Applications of Wavelets in Science and Technology ”
.
• HarishChandra (BHU, Varanasi) :
“Invariant subspaces of Composition Operators ”
.
4. On “ Algebra ”.
Organizer: Dinesh Khurana (IISER, Mohali, Chandigarh).
Speakers :
• Dipendra Prasad (TIFR, Mumbai) :
“On selfdual representation of groups ”
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• J. K. Verma (IIT Powai, Mumbai) :
“ On the Chern number of an ideal ”
.
• S. K. Khanduja (Punjab University, Chandigarh) :
“On Dedikind Criterion and simple extensions of Valuation Rings”
.
• Chanchal Kumar (IISER, Mohali, Chandigarh) :
“Cellulor Resolutions of Generalized Permutohedorn Ideals ”
.
• Manoj Yadav (HRI, Allahabad):
“On finite pgroups whose all automorphisms are classpreserving ”
.
• Selby Jose (Mumbai):
“Unimodular Rows and Orthogonal Transformations ”
.
5. On “Fuzzy Sets and Systems”.
Organizers : A. K. Srivastava (BHU, Varanasi).
Speakers :
• M. K. Chakraborty (University of Calcutta, Kolkata) :
“Rough sets and Fuzzy sets : A Unified Categorical approach ”
.
• Wagish Shukla (IIT Delhi, Delhi) :
“Fuzzy sets and Quantum computations ”
.
• Mohua Banerjee (IIT Kanpur, Kanpur) :
“Rough sets : Algebraic aspects ”
• M N Mukherjee (University of Calcutta, Kolkata):

General Body Meeting 
The General Body Meeting was held at 12.15 p.m. on December 30, 2008 in the Department of Mathematics, University of Allahabad, Allahabad. 
The General Body Meeting was followed by the Valedictory Function. Various Prizes were awarded to the winners of paper presentation competition during the Valedictory Function. Profuse thanks and gratefulness were expressed to the host by the Office bearers and delegates for organizing a very successful Conference.

Memorial Award Lectures 
During every Annual Conference of the Society, the following Memorial Award Lectures are arranged as a part of the Academic Programme (each award lecture is of one hour duration with no other parallel session) : 1. P. L. Bhatnagar Memorial Award Lecture (Instituted in 1987). 2. Srinivasa Ramanujan Memorial Award Lecture (Instituted in 1990). 3. V. Ramaswamy Aiyer Memorial Award Lecture (Instituted in 1990). 4. Hansaraj Gupta Memorial Award Lecture (Instituted in 1990). 5. Ganesh Prasad Memorial Award Lecture (Instituted in 1993 ; and delivered every alternate year). Each of these Lectures carry a token honorarium of Rs. 2500/ along with a citation. • Members of the Society are invited to suggest the names of the prospective speakers for these awards with their brief writeup. The suggestions may be sent to the General Secretary Professor V. M. Shah 
Award of Various Prizes for Research Paper Presentation 
In order to encourage and inspire the young and budding research workers, the Society holds, during its Annual Conferences, a Special Session of Paper Presentation Competition for various Prizes to be awarded to the best research papers presented. This Special Session is held as a part of the Academic Programme with no other parallel session. Areas for these Research Papers Presentation are: Six IMS Prizes : Algebra, Geometry, Topology, Functional Analysis, Discrete Mathematics, Number Theory, Operations Research, Fluid Dynamics, Biomathematics and Computer Science. AMU Prize : Algebra, Functional Analysis and Differential Geometry. V.M. Shah Prize : Analysis. Three / Four judges are appointed by the Council for “Paper Presentation Competition” for deciding the award of various Prizes. Each of these eight prizes listed above carries a Certificate and a cash amount of Rs.1000/. Following conditions apply: 1. Only the Members of the Society are eligible for participation in the Competition. 2. The upper age limit of a candidate for participation in the Competition is 40 years as on December 31 of the respective year. 3. (a) The paper to be presented for the competition has to be under single authorship. 
(b) Independent work at the postdoctoral level is preferred. (c) The work must have been carried out in India. (d) Stress will be on both, quality of research as well as performance during the presentation. Note : One who is already awarded a prize in a certain area in the past is not expected to participate in the competition for the prize in the same area . • All the Heads of the Departments / Institutions and the Research Supervisors are requested to encourage their research workers for participation in this competition. All the research papers intended to be presented for prizes or otherwise during the ensuing Annual Conference of 2009 should be sent to Professor Satya Deo, Academic Secretary, IMS. The manuscript and the abstract of the papers intended for presentation be prepared as suggested later on in the “Manuscript Style” para. Only Members of the Society are entitled to participate in the Academic Programmes or present their papers in the Conferences. In case of joint authorship of a manuscript, all the authors are required to be members of the Society. Further details for sending such papers will be announced in the next (August) News Letter. 
IMS Sponsored Lectures 
To popularize mathematics and to create awareness regarding the Society and its activities in the Country, the Society has a Scheme of Sponsored Lectures. It provides a token support of Rs. 1000/ to a number of Departments / Institutions for 
organizing popular and semi technical lectures. During 200809 such lectures were held at the following centers : Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Jammu, Lucknow, Mysore, Vadodara and Varanasi. Members arranging such lectures are required to send the report of the arranged lectures to The Treasurer, IMS, with a copy to The Editor, The Mathematics Student. Society intends to enhance this activity of organizing such lectures at more and more centers. Members desirous to organize such lectures at their centers may write to the General Secretary Professor V. M. Shah through their respective heads. 
Periodicals published by the Society 
The Society publishes two periodicals – The Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society (JIMS ; the Journal ; ISSN 00195839) and The Mathematics Student (MS ; the Student ; ISSN 00255742) , both of which are quarterly. * Only the research papers of high quality are published in the Journal. * Ordinarily the following is published in The Mathematics Student : • the texts of Presidential Addresses, the Plenary talks and the Award Lectures delivered at the Annual Conferences, • the abstracts of the research papers presented at the Annual Conferences, • the texts of the invited talks delivered at the Annual Conferences, 
• research papers, and
• the Proceedings of the Society’s Annual Conferences, Expository & Popular articles, Classroom Notes, Problems and Solutions, Book Reviews, Reports of IMS Sponsored lectures, etc.
Manuscript Submission :
Manuscripts intended for publication should preferably be submitted online in the LaTeX .pdf file or in the standard word processing format (Word or Word Perfect) including figures and tables. In case of hard copy submission, Three (3) copies of the manuscripts along with a Compact Disc (CD) copy are required to be submitted.
For the Journal, manuscripts should be submitted to
Professor N. K. Thakare, Editor, JIMS.
C/o. Department of Mathematics,
University of Pune,
Pune – 411 007 (MS), India.
Email : jims@math.unipune.ernet.in .
For the Student, manuscripts should be submitted to
Professor J. R. Patadia, Editor, MS .
(Department of Mathematics, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda),
5, Arjun Park, Near Patel Colony,
Behind Dinesh Mill, Shivananda Marg,
Vadodara – 390 007 (Gujarat), India.
Email : jamanadaspat@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., preferably in LaTeX. 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. While typing in LaTeX, the following Preamble be used as is required by the Press :
\documentclass[10pt]{amsart}
\usepackage{amsfonts,amssymb,amscd,amsmath,enumerate,verbatim,calc}
\renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{1.2}
\textwidth=11.5cm
\textheight=19.5cm
\topmargin=0.5cm
\oddsidemargin=0.5cm
\evensidemargin=0.5cm
\pagestyle{plain}
Title Page:
The Title page should include the manuscript title, authors’ names & permanent affiliations and the name, address & email address of the author to whom page proofs and reprints are 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 HinduArabic numerals (2,3,…etc.) and subsection headings should be numbered 2.1, 2.2, etc. Figures, tables and displayed equations should be numbered consecutively throughout the text (1, 2,… etc.). Equation numbers should appear flush left in parentheses and running variables for equation (e.g., i =1,2,…, n) flush right in parentheses.
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 HinduArabic 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.
References:
Responsibility for the accuracy of bibliographic citations lies entirely with the Authors. References in the text be indicated by number(s) in square brackets in line with the text. Example: “… as mentioned in [2, 8]. Ramanujan [9] obtained the following result …”. In the list, the references should be numbered in the order in which they appear in the text. Examples:
Reference to a journal publication:
1. G. Birkhoff, Neutral elements in general lattices ,
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 46 (1940), 702 – 705.
Reference to a book:
1. J. Munkres, Elements of Algebraic Topology,
Addison–Wesley, 1984.
Copyright :
Copy right of the articles published in the Journal or the Student lies with the Indian Mathematical Society.
Reprints:
Authors of the papers printed in the Journal and the Student are entitled to 50 reprints free of charge.
In case of any query, the concerned Editor may be contacted.
Page Charges : The page charges for publications in the Journal / the Student are US$35 / Rs.100 per page except for invited articles. Subscriptions : • Annual subscription for the Journal : Rs. 1000/ for Libraries in India ; $80/ for Libraries outside India or for personal use. • Annual subscription for the Mathematics Student : Rs. 800/ for Libraries in India ; $75/ for Libraries outside India or for personal use. Payments : All 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. 
Membership of the Society 
Life Membership Fees : Rs.2000/ ( US $1000/ for those residing outside India ). Members of the Society are entitled to a free copy of the “Mathematics Student” for their personal use (not for sale / resale) . Ordinary Annual Membership Fees : Rs. 200/ ( US $100/ for those residing outside India ). 
Sessional Membership Fees : Rs. 200/ ( US $100/ for those residing outside India ). Sessional Members are those who join the Society only for a particular Session. They may contribute papers for presentation and / or participate in any of the academic programmes held during the Session. • Membership form is available on the IMS website. Member in good standing : A member is considered to be of good standing in a particular year if he/she has paid his/her Membership dues by July 31 of that year. 
IMS Library 
The Indian Mathematical Society Library is housed in the Campus of the Ramanujan Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, University of Madras, Chennai – 600 005 ever since it was shifted from Poona.
The Library has a rich collection of back volumes of mathematical journals from all over the world. At present the Library is receiving 61 journals on Exchange Basis. The Library is having a rich collection of back numbers of reputed mathematical journals and there is a spate of request for xerox copies of articles published in these journals. The Library attends to these demands promptly. If a particular journal is not available in the IMS Library, the scholars/students are requested to contact other Libraries

where it is likely to be available providing them with the addresses of those Libraries.
The address of the IMS Library is :
The Indian Mathematical Society Library,
The Ramanujan Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics,
University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai – 600 005.
Phone : 044 – 25360357 ; Email : riasm@md3.vsnl.net.in
For further information one may contact Professor K. Partasarathy, The Librarian of the IMS and Director of the Institute.
March 25, 2009.
V. M. Shah
General Secretary, IMS.
(The M. S. University of Baroda),
“Anant”, 7 , Jay Nagar Society, R. V. Desai Rd.
Vadodara – 390 002 (Gujarat), India.
Phone : (R) : 0265 – 2433823.
Note :
Any change or modification in the address and an email id may please be communicated to the General Secretary.
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INDIAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY Council Members 2009  10 
1. Prof. Peeyush Chandra. President. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, I. I. T. Kanpur, Kanpur – 208 016 (UP), India. E mail : peeyush@iitk.ac.in 2. Prof. A. K. Agarwal. Immediate Past President. Center for Advanced Study in Mathematics, Panjab University, Sector 14, Chandigarh  160 014 (Punjab), India. Email : aka@pu.ac.in 3. Prof. V. M. Shah. General Secretary. (Department of Mathematics, The M. S. University of Baroda). “Anant”, 7, Jay Nagar Society, R. V. Desai Rd., Vadodara – 390 001 (Gujarat), India. 4. Prof. Satya Deo. Academic Secretary. HRI, Chhatnag Road, Jhusi , Allahabad  211 019 (UP), India. Email : vcsdeo@yahoo.com 5. Dr. S. B. Nimse. Administrative Secretary. ViceChncellor, S. R. T. Marathawada University, Nanded  414 001 (MS), India. Email : dr.sbnimse@rediffmail.com 6. Prof. S. K. Nimbhorkar. Treasurer. Department of Mathematics, Dr. B. A. M. University, Aurangabad – 231 004 (MS), India. Email : sknimbhorkar@gmail.com 7. Prof. N. K. Thakare. Editor, J. Indian Math. Soc. C/o : Department of Mathematics, University of Pune, Pune – 411 007 (MS), india. Email : nimbkt@yahoo.com 8. Prof. J. R. Patadia. Editor, The Mathematics Student. (Department of Mathematics, The M. S. University of Baroda) 5, Arjun Park, Near Patel Colony, Behind Dinesh Mill, Shivananda Marg, Vadodara – 390 007 (Gujarat), India. E mail : jamanadaspat@gmail.com 9. Prof. K. Parthasarathy. Librarian. Ramanujan Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, University of Madras, Chennai  600 005 (TN), India. Email : krishnanp.sarathy@gmail.com 
10. Prof. G. S. Srivastava.
Department of Mathematics, I. I. T. Roorkee,
Roorkee – 247 667 (UC), India.
Email : girssfma@iitr.ernet.in
11. Prof. A. S. Gupta.
Plot No. 85 F, Hill Co op. Society, Prem Bazar,
Kharagpur – 721 306 (WB), India.
12. Prof. V. Kannan.
Department of Mathematics & Statistics,
University of Hyderabad, P.O. Central University,
Hyderabad  560 046 (AP), India.
Email : vksm@uohyd.ernet.in
13. Prof. (Mrs.) M. Shrivastava.
Department of Mathematics and Computer science,
R. D. Vishwavidyalaya, Pachpedi,
Jabalpur – 482 001 (MP), India.
Email : mlshrivastava@rediffmail.com
14. Prof. Manjul Gupta.
Department of Mathematics & Statistics, I.I.T. Kanpur,
Kanpur  208 016 (UP), India.
Email : manjul@iitk.ac.in
15. Prof. S. Bhoosnurmath.
“Paranjyoti”, Saptapur, Haliyal Road,
Dharwad – 580 001 (Karnataka). India.
Email : ssbmath@yahoo.com
16. Prof. B. N. Waphare.
Department of Mathematics, University of Pune,
Pune – 411 007 (MS), India.
Email : bnwaph@math.unipune.ernet.in
17. Prof. Geetha Rao.
90 / 1 (Old 50 / 1), Second Main Road, Gandhi Nagar,
Adyar, Chennai – 600 020 (TN), India.
Email : geetha_srao@yahoo.com
18. Prof. P. Sundaram.
12, Alagappa Layout, Mahalingapuram,
Pollachi – 642 002 (TN), India.
Email : psundaram2001@yahoo.com
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