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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Mathematics Movement

Srinivas Ramanujan, the great Indian mathematician, occupies a unique position in history of mathematics. Despite of all challenges, he rose to be one of the most outstanding creative mathematicians of modern times. His work continues to engage the attention of top researchers in mathematics all over the world. He was born on 22nd December 1887, this year 2012 is S. Ramanujan’s 125th birth anniversary. So as a tribute to our great Indian Mathematician, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declares 2012 as “National Year of Mathematics”.
In this regard a 3 days workshop for students and teachers will be held at SDPS, Pitampura from 26 July to 28 July 2012. I am glad to be a part of Mathematics Movement. Objectives of Programme: 1. To bring radical changes in the attitude of people, the way they think about Mathematics and Mathematics education. 2. To remove fear of mathematics from common man. 3. To improve pedagogical effectiveness in teaching of Mathematics. 4. To inculcate reasoning as habit and the ability to perceive a situation from a multidimensional perspective. 5. To develop the sense of appreciating any Mathematical concept from its application point of view along with its pure mathematical soul and abstractness. 6. To bring back the glory of Indian contribution by familiarizing the people with Vedic mathematics and by highlighting the link between Vedic and modern Mathematics. 7. To provide 24×7 support to teachers, students and parents through online and offline platforms. 8. To create online platform to teachers and students to create, collaborate, share, learn and to move together to bring progressive changes in mathematics education. 9. To develop Mathematics resource center for all. For details visit the website.


Fatah Rohmani said...

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math game to help learning process

johnpeterjohn said...

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