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Recent Conferences


  • A two day International Conference with title “69th Annual Conference of Bharat Ganita Parisad – Conference on Analysis and Applications: An international Meet” organized during September 22-23, 2022.


  • A two day International Conference with title “68th Annual Conference of Bharat Ganita Parisad – Conference on Analysis and Applications: An international Meet” organized during November 17-18, 2021.
  • It was a joint venture of Bharat Ganita Parisad and Faculty of Mathematics & Statistical Sciences, Institute of Natural Science and Humanities, Shri Ramswroop Memorial University (SRMU), Deva Road, Barabanki.
  • More than 150 participants/delegates from different part of world and India were there to grace the occasion. President of BGP, Prof. Manjul Gupta was the Chief Guest for the conference. Director of Prof. (Dr.) B. M. Dixit, INSH, SRMU, Prof. Pankaj Mathur (General Secretary-BGP) and Prof. V N Pathak, Dean FOMSS welcomed all resource persons, guests and participants of the conference.


  • Bharata Ganita Parisad & Department of Mathematics & Astronomy, University of Lucknow jointly organised a “Webinar & Technical Session” on “Mathematical Modeling and the Pandemic” during December 12-13, 2020.
  • Initially the conference was planned offline in the month of Feb, 2021 but due to adverse conditions due to COVID 19 it was unanimously decided by the executive committee to organize a webinar with some technical sessions.
  • The Webinar was inaugurated by Prof Manjul Gupta, President of BGP. The Key note speaker of the webinar Prof Somesh K Mathur talked about the Economics of Lockdowns: An Econometric and ANN Investigations. He emphasised on how to implement the removal of the lockdown imposed in India and as a matter of fact in other countries also so as to ensure that the economy of the state does not go beyond tolerance.
  • The motivation of his study was epidemiological modelling and forecasting using basic sir modeling. Dr Prashant Kr Srivastava, IIT Patna presented a mathematical model related to Covid-19 its Inference and Control. He used a modified SIR in his study. The title of talk of Prof Rana D Parshad was “The indirect effects of invasive species”. He also showed few videos during his talk. Lastly Prof Arvind Mishra talked a nonlinear mathematical model related COVID 19.


  • An International Meet” was organized by the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Babu Banarasi Das University, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), India during November 16-17, 2019.
  • The Conference was inaugurated by Dr. A K. Singh, Senior Scientist, Department of Science of Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi as the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Function which was presided over by Dr. A. K. Mittal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Babu Banarasi Das University in the presence of Dr. A. M. Mathai, McGill University (Canada) as Guest of Honor.
  • In all 13 sessions were held which included three Special Sessions (symposiums), paper presentation sessions and 1 best paper presentation award session. 23 invited talks were delivered in the conference and 40 research papers were presented. The conference was attended by more than 135 mathematicians and two of the three special sessions were respectively attended by more than 267 STEM faculty and 400 plus UG/PG students.


  • A two days National conference was organized by Bharat Ganita Parisad during 10-11 Nov, 2018 in collaboration with Department of Mathematics and Astronomy, University of Lucknow,
  • The Chief Guest for the inaugural function of the conference was Mr SAT Rizvi, Retd IAS who has been alumni of the Department and a Ph.D student of Prof Ram Ballabh. Many eminent mathematicians like Prof R K Singh, Prof Manjul Gupta, Prof M Sitaramayya, Prof Amin Sofi, Prof S K Dube were present to grace the occasion.
  • In his inaugural speech Mr Rizvi expressed his concern on the GER (Gross Enrollment Ratio) in higher education in India which is only 12% whereas the average GER, across the world, is approximately 23%. He informed that approximately 1500 new universities would be needed to fulfill the gap in GER. According to a report he referred that out of the total 36000 PhDs awarded during 2007-2012 in India only 6% were awarded in Mathematics.


  • A two days national conference with title “Mathematical Analysis and Applications” was organized during 18-19 November 2017 at the Department of Mathematics & Astronomy, Lucknow University, Lucknow.
  • Around 110 participants attended the conference Prof. M. Sitaramayya, Hyderabad University, was the Chief Guest for the inaugural function of the conference. Prof. R.K Singh, Jammu University, Prof. P.D Srivastava, IIT Kharagpur, Prof. S. Bhattacharya IIT Kharagpur, Prof. U.C. De, Kolkata, Prof. Mani Mehra, IIT Delhi, Prof. A. Ojha, IIIT Jabalpur, Prof. M. A. Sofi, Srinagar, Prof. Harish Chandra, BHU were present to grace the occasion. Two symposiums namely “A symposium of Wavelet Analysis” and “A symposium on Differential Geometry” were organized which were chaired by Prof. A. Ojha and A. Sofi respectively. Around 75 students presented their papers during the conference.
  • Lastly a symposium of the Methods for development of Mathematics was organized during the valedictory session where very healthy discussion regarding the methodology of teaching Mathematics at school and college levels took place.
  • The conference was partially supported by NBHM and UPCST. I, on behalf of the society, am thankful to them for the same.


  • A two days conference with title “A NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSIS” was organized during 19-20, November, 2016 at the Department of Mathematics & Astronomy, Lucknow University.
  • Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Lucknow University supported the conference with some grant. Around 80 participants attended the conference.
  • Prof. Om Ahuja, Kent State University U.S.A, Prof. V. Ravichandran, Head, Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi, Prof. Dharmadhikari, Pune, Prof. S.D. Sharma, Jammu University, Prof. Naveen Kumar Singh, B.H.U, Varanasi, Prof. N. Sitarammaya, University of Hyderabad, Prof. S.D. Sharma, Jammu University, Prof. U.C. De, Kolkata, Prof. Chanchal Kumar, Manali delivered their talks during the conference.
  • There was a symposium on Symposium On Creation & Communication Of Mathematical Knowledge.
  • The invited talks during the conference have been accepted for publication in the vol. 67(1) of Ganita, a journal published by the Parisad.


  • A two days annual conference was organized during 19-20 November, 2015 with title “A NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT TRENDS IN MATHEMATICS TOPOLOGICAL ALGEBRIC ANALYSIS AND APPLIATIONS”.
    Around 100 participants participated in the conference.
  • The conference was supported by NBHM, DST, Lucknow University.
  • Some very well known mathematicians like Prof. V. Kannan, University, University of Hyderabad, Prof. N. Sitarammaya, University of Hyderabad, Prof. S.C Arora, University of Delhi, Prof. Harish Chandra, BHU, Prof. Amin Sofi, University of Kashmir, Prof. Manjul Gupta, IIT Kanpur, Prof. B.N Waphore, University of Pune, Prof. Gopal Sati University of Delhi to name a few delivered their invited talk which helped the students to know the basics of the subject.
  • These talks and few papers presented during the conference have been published proceedings in the vol. 65 of the journal Ganita.
  • There were two symposium during the conference namely Symposium on topological algebraic analysis, Symposium on teaching and research in mathematical sciences.