Role of Mathematics in Sustainable Development of Society
Now a days, Mathematics is a multi-disciplinary that deals with facts, quantities and observations from Science with proof. It is models of natural phenomena, of human behaviour, and of social systems that help us to understand the world around us.
Human society is a group of people related to each other through Strong-minded relations, or a large social grouping sharing the same geographical or virtual territory, subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations. Generally, a society may be described as an economic, social, or industrial infrastructure, made up of a distinct collection of individuals.
Role of Mathematics in Social Development
Man is a social climber and human life depends upon the co-operation of each other. Group-work helps social skills. The ability to work-together on responsibilities with corporation can build various social skills. In order to aware a social-life, mathematical factsisrequired; because of the rigidity and revenue process, commercial and manufacturing depends upon the awareness of mathematics. The distinction in the communal structure with the recent facilities and progress in the field of science and technology is due to mathematics.
Role of Mathematics in the Development of Education Scheme
In education system, mathematics plays an important role in shaping the future prospect of young people. Mathematics is to mature an individual, to make self-reliant, social contributor and in our education system, for almost every subject. That’swhy we need to studymathematics in the curriculum of schools and universities.
Role of Mathematics in Development of Science and Engineering
The functions and contribution of mathematics trunks play an important role in development as the language of Science, Technology, and Engineering. In new era, adoption of mathematical methods in the social, medical and physical sciences has extended rapidly.It is confirming that mathematics is ancrucial part of all school curriculum and creating great demand for university-level mathematical training. Much of the demand twigs directly from the need for mathematical and statistical modelling of phenomena. Such modelling is basic to all engineering, all physical sciences and contributes significantly to the biological sciences, medicine, psychology, economics and commerce.
Mathematics occupies a vital and exclusive role in the human societies and represents a strategic-key in the development of the whole man-kind and shows the role of Mathematics in the development of a Society.
Dr. Gurusharan Kaur
Associate Professor, Applied Sciences,