Jyoti Sinha

Jyoti SinhaProfessor

Professional Qualifications

  • B.Sc: PCM
  • M.Sc : Mathematics
  • Ph.D : Mathematics
  • PGDCA:

Teaching Experience

25+ years (Including at prestigious Delhi college of engineering, NIT Raipur, Chhattisgarh Govt P. G. College Raipur.)

Academic Achievements:

  • Participated as Subject-expert in seminar organized by Govt. Of India commission for scientific and technical terminology.
  • Deputed for evaluation of B.Tech. Mathematics for all papers of Maths for P. Tech. University and DCE syllabus.
  • 17 certifications from NPTEL and Coursera Courses of various countries.
  • Co-author of six textbooks of Engineering Mathematics (By Kataria & Bhavya publications) one Chapter in international book.
  • Attended various offline/online FDP at ATAL, ICT and presented research papers in national level conferences.

Research Papers (In SCI journals):

  • “Rate of Convergence on the Mixed Summation Integral Type Operators.” Jyoti Sinha and V. k. Singh, General Mathematics (Journal of Romania), Vol. 14, No. 4(2006), 29-36.
  • “Simultaneous Approximation for Generalized Baskakov-Durrmeyer Type Operators.” Vijay Gupta and Jyoti Sinha, Mediterranean journal of mathematics (Springer link Journal), 4(2007), 483-495.
  • “Direct Results on Certain Szasz-Mirakyan Operators.” Vijay Gupta and Jyoti Sinha, Applied Mathematics and Computation (Elsevier Journal), Vol. 195, (2008), 230-239.
  • “Bezier Variant of Mixed Summation-Integral Type Operators.” C. L. Dewangan and Jyoti Sinha (Advanced Studies in Contemporary Mathematics, 20 (2010)), No. 2, pp. 255-260.

Book Chapter/ Books:

  • Elements of Engineering Mathematics I, 2011.
  • Engineering Mathematics II, 2012.
  • Engineering Mathematics III, 2013.
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics I, 2018.
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics II, 2019.
A Survey on Durrmeyer-Type Operators. “Contributions in Mathematics and Engineering” , “Springer”, 2016.


  • RGMIA (Research Group in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications), Australia.
  • Indian Mathematical Society, New Delhi.