Why join The Mathematics Consortium
The Mathematics Consortium is a Consortium of Mathematical Societies and Institutions in India and it will also include Mathematical Societies/Institutions from SAARC Countries.
The Mathematical Societies will be members of The Mathematics Consortium with voting right. They can nominate up to 3 nominees as representatives of their society with prescribed 10-year membership fees. The societies with up to 1000 members can nominate 1 representative with a membership fee of Rs. 3000/- and 2 representatives with a fee of Rs. 5000/-. The societies with a membership of more than 1000 members can nominate 3 representatives with a fee of Rs. 10000/-. These nominated members will have voting right.
After 2020, the nominated members will select the Executive Council Members of The Mathematics Consortium. More information about this will be available in due course.
The Mathematics Consortium may organise joint activities/Regional Programmes in collaboration with various Mathematical Societies and Institutions in India and SAARC Countries.
The Mathematics Consortium has organized a joint conference with American Mathematical Society during 14th to 17th December 2016 at BHU, Varanasi. Such an international conference will now be organised jointly with the European Mathematical Society during 4-8 January, 2021 at IIT, Bombay. It expects to organize such conferences with other foreign Mathematical Societies from time to time. Such international conferences can be held jointly with Institutional/Society Members of The Mathematics Consortium.
Individuals interested in Mathematics can become Associate Members of TMC (without voting right) as
- Life membership (Membership Fee - Rs. 3000/-)
- 10-year Ordinary Associate Membership (Membership Fee - Rs. 1000/-)
- Annual Ordinary Associate Membership (Membership Fee - Rs. 200/- for 1 year)
The Associate Members can take part in various activities of TMC, such as National/International Conferences/Workshops/Regional Programmes. They can organise/help organise such programmes.
The new publication of TMC viz. “Bulletin of The Mathematics Consortium” has started from July 2019. Volume 1 has been published and issues of Volume 2 are being published in 2020. The Associate Members/Society and Institutional members will have online access to Bulletin of the Consortium free of charge. They can buy hard copies of the publications of TMC at concessional rates.
Colleges, Universities/University Departments, Research Institutions, Fora etc. can become Institutional Members of The Mathematics Consortium by paying 10-year membership fee of Rs. 20000/-. The Institutional Members can organise activities of the consortium such as Regional and other programmes. They will get help from TMC in the academic aspects as well as partial support for expenses especially for honorarium for lectures. The Institutional Members in turn are welcome to help the TMC activities for the benefit of the mathematics community.
The Mathematics Consortium may organise joint activities in collaboration with its institutional members and various Mathematical Society members in India and SAARC Countries. Many such activities have been organised by The Mathematics Consortium during the last 4 years. Also, TMC has organised pre-conference workshops with some of the member Mathematical Societies.
The Institutional members of TMC can invite researchers/well known mathematicians for a minimum period of 1 week under visitors scheme. The support under this scheme will be up to Rs. 2000 per day as honorarium to the visitor. The visit should be utilised for joint research work or lecture series and discussions with the faculty members/students in the Institute. Any publication coming out of the visit should acknowledge the support from The Mathematics Consortium under this scheme. Any correspondence in this regard is to be done by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org sufficiently in advance.
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