The Pakistan Mathematical Society is a scholarly society for numerical sciences, conceivably the biggest educated society of its own kind, and an exploration establishment to advance arithmetic in the nation. The Pakistan Mathematical Society is a relationship of expert mathematicians committed to advance scientific science and research and enthusiasm for the country. The association every year distributed different productions, and held meetings and in addition yearly money related honours and prizes to mathematicians. On 15 May 2001, Mathematicians at Quaid-e-Azam University gathered an unsettled at the Best Western Hotel in Islamabad. More than 70 proficient mathematicians, post graduate and post-doctoral mathematicians, assembled in the Attendance Hall of the Best Western Hotel. At there, it was chosen to set up a general public providing food the requirements of scientific sciences and the mathematicians in Pakistan.
On June 26 of 2001, Pakistan Mathematical Society was established by Professor Dr Qaiser Mushtaq. At a capacity held at Allama Iqbal Open University, the constitution of the general public was passed; officers and official individuals were chosen. The PakMS was enlisted 16 November 2001. The Society needed to apply again for enlistment under the ACT XXI of 1860 to meet the necessity of the Pakistan Science Foundation for enrollment of the general public with it. It was enlisted under this Act on 17 February 2003.Read More»