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About the Dean, Faculty Council of Science and Management

Prof. (Dr.) K.S. Tiwary


Raiganj University, West Bengal, India

Professor Dr. Kalishankar Tiwary has brilliant careers. He is a professor of Mathematics, Raiganj University, West Bengal, India. Professor Tiwary obtained his post graduate (MSc),undergraduate (BSc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the university of Kalyani, West Bengal, India. He obtained his D.Sc. Degree in Mathematics from Raiganj University, West Bengal, India. He stood first in order of merit in post graduate and 2nd in undergraduate examinations. He was awarded National Merit scholarship in School as well in University examinations. He was Research He Associate of CSIR. He is the Fellow of IARA, Trichy, India, Fellow of ISROSET; India. Very recently he has received the prestigious Fellow status from The Institute of Mathematics and Its Application, UK and referred as a FIMA.  He has supervised a number of students for Ph.D. Degree in different universities of West Bengal. Professor Dr. Kalishankar Tiwary has research collaborations with many eminent research workers in India and abroad. He has a credit of nearly eighty publications in India and abroad. He is associated with many research societies. Apart from this he is keen interested in History and literature. Professor Dr. Kalishankar Tiwary has many articles and a book on political affairs as well. He was associated with Lions club. He is associated with St John’s Ambulance. Currently He is the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Management of Raiganj University, West Bengal. Additionally he also holds the position of Director, Centre for Advanced Study in Mathematics (CASM), Director IQAC and Coordinator of NAAC. He has worked in different organizations and conferences as a committee member. He is also Editorial Board Members in different Journals of repute. He has participated in many research conferences. His current research area is Analysis, Topology and Graph theory etc.