Introduction To Complex Analysis

MSO 202
I-Semester, 2013-14



Dr. G. P. Kapoor (L7)
FB 565, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Tel.  7609,   Email:


1. Dr. C. S. Upadhyaya (L8, M1)
AE 13, Department of Aeronautical Engineering,

2. Dr. R. K. Bansal (L9, M2)
ACES 202, Department of Electrical Engineering,

3. Dr. M. S. Kalra (L10, M3)
Nuc. Bldg., Department of Mechanical Engineering,

4. Dr. Pravir Dutt (L11, M4)
FB 554, Department of Mathematics & Statistics,

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Lecture Notes

Assignment Solutions

Question papers and marking schemes

Important dates

Roll List (MSO202A)

Roll List (MSO202)


Collateral Reading


                                  Biographies of famous Mathematicians
History of Mathematics
Famous Curves

Schedule for Lectures  and Tutorials

Venue: LHC
Days and Time:
Lectures: Wed,Thu,Fri    9:00 - 9:50 AM    (L7)
Tutorials: Mon    9:00 - 9:50 AM    (L8, L9, L10, L11)

Text Books

E. Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Ed., John Wiley & Sons

John B. Conway: Functions of One Complex Variable, II Ed., Springer International Student Addition

Ruel V. Churchill, et al: Complex Variables and Applications, McGraw Hill

Several copies of the text books have been kept in 'Reserve Section' of our Central Library.  

Course Material

Lecture Notes, Assignments and Course Plan will be  available on this course web site.
In the lecture notes, some proofs are marked (*). Such proofs will not be asked in the exams.

Tutorial Classes

The assignment problems marked (T) on the assignment sheets will be discussed in the tutorial classes.  The solutions/hints to the remaining assignment problems in every assignment sheet will be made available on the course web-site. The exercises given in the text books are usually not discussed in the tutorial classes and the students are expected to solve these problems on their own. However, the students can approach the tutor if they have any difficulty in solving such problems.

Evaluation plan

There will be 2 pre-announced Quizzes of 40-minutes duration and a weightage of 20% marks for each The End-Course Examination will be of 2-hours duration with a weightage of 60% marks. There will be no make-up examination for the quizzes. However, a student who might miss a quiz due to illness or some other valid reason should contact the instructor immediately with supporting documents. For make-up examination of End-Course examination a prior permission of Dean of Academic Affairs will be required.

Quiz and Examination Schedule

Quiz1: August 17, 2013 (Saturday), 4:00 PM - 4:40 PM, LHC

Quiz2: September 7, 2013 (Saturday), 10:00 AM - 10:40 AM, LHC

End-Course Examination: September 19, 2013 (Thursday), 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM, LHC