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Happy Diwali from Vedic Maths Forum United States

Posted on 11 November, 2015 No comments
Mrs.Ashvinee Naik
Greetings to everyone on the festive occasion of Diwali! 

I would like to share this picture from a recent exhibition held at Pleasanton, California where Vedic Math Forum United States participated.

Mrs.Ashvinee Naik, Director Vedic Maths Forum United States participated in full fervor and enthusiasm. 

We wish Mrs.Naik and her team the very best in their endeavors to promote Vedic Math globally!

Diwali Greetings!

Posted on 10 November, 2015 No comments

May millions of lamps illuminate your life
with endless joy,prosperity,health & wealth forever
Wishing u and your family a very

WizIQ Edtech.Now LeaderSpeak

Posted on 02 November, 2015 No comments
It was absolutely thrilling to be at Edtech.Now, WizIQ's flagship conference recently in New Delhi and learn from so many great experts on Online Education.

Harman Singh, Founder and CEO of WizIQ, shares his views on the emerging trends in education technology and his vision of the future of education.

Dr. Nellie Deutsch, renowned e-learning leader and education technology consultant, shares her views on the role technology can play in education and her own experience of using technology for teaching.


I had the opportunity to share my views on top trends that are transforming education and how I benefited by using education technology.

2015 edition of WizIQ EdTech

Posted on 20 October, 2015 No comments
At WizIQ
2015 edition of WizIQ EdTech was recently organized on 15th October at Le-Meridien, New Delhi.

It was a grand success considering it was the first time an event of this scale organized by

It was a pleasure being there interacting with the Who's Who of the industry.

Lot of perspectives of online education were discussed. Highlight of the day was that whether its online or offline -  value has to be added to the student. 

The session with investors and online education was an interesting one. Moderated by Harman Singh, it was interesting to see Shantanu Prakash from Educomp, Gaurav Mehra from Kaizen Capital, Rishi Kapal and Harman Singh discuss their thoughts on the topic.
How to engage learners in an online world - moderated by Dr Nellie Deutch saw an interesting mix of thoughts echoed by the panelists ( including your's truly) . This discussion ended with the thought that  sooner or later the whole of India will learn on WizIQ!

Here's wishing the very best to WizIQ....and will see the team again next year at 2016.

Meet Neshni Naidoo, Director VMF South Africa

Posted on 16 October, 2015 No comments
Meet Neshni Naidoo, Director Vedic Maths Forum South Africa :From Chemical Engineering to Maths Champion.

Mrs.Neshni Naidoo
Mrs.Neshni Naidoo, a chemical engineering graduate and the Director of the South African Vedic Maths Forum, illustrates how numbers and compassion can go hand in hand.

Careers, Choices and Complications

30 years ago I would never have imagined that I would be where I am today! Back then, career choices were simple – doctor, lawyer or accountant. These were safe career choices if you were one of the ‘brighter’ students and were guaranteed to see you financially secure.

Although I enjoyed all the subjects I studied at school, the sciences fascinated me because I wanted to know how and why things work. I eventually ended up studying Chemical Engineering at the University of KwaZulu Natal in Durban.

    It was an unusual career choice in a male dominated environment, but a challenging one that enabled you to create new processes, designs, equipment etc. using your knowledge of Science and Maths.

Work Experience, Problem Solving and Project Management skills

Over the next 8 years, I was fortunate to work at a number of companies, Sasol (Sasolburg), NCP (Johannesburg), CPUT (Cape Town) and SANS Fibres (Cape Town).

The work I did during this time included the following:

    Research and Development
    Plant Support
    Conceptual Design
    Project Management and
    Educational Material Development.

Although the type of work was different, there was a common thread that ran through each of them – each was project based and involved finding solutions to problems, documenting and sharing them.

    With each project, I developed new skills, gained knowledge of different processes and was continually challenged.

Meaning, Maths and Priorities

I had always assumed that I would be a career person, but with the arrival of my children, my priorities changed.

I felt that it was more important for me to be at home with them in their first few years. During this time at home, I realised  my passion lay in Education.

However, I did not want to teach in a traditional schooling environment or use traditional techniques but rather take my love of learning and translate this into creative teaching that would inspire and motivate students rather than turn them away.

In 2010, I bought a franchise with EXPERI-BUDDIES ™ where I taught Science as a fun Extra-mural class to children between the ages of 6 and 9. During interactions with parents and teachers and from my own experience with my son, I became aware of the problems associated with Maths and Science Education in our country.

In an attempt to help my own child by finding more creative ways of teaching him Maths, I came across Vedic Maths. This is a system of Mental Maths that originated in India in the early 1900’s and was developed by the Mathematician and Scholar, Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji.

Becoming a Vedic Maths Champion

Upon completing a Vedic Maths Training Course through Vedic Maths Forum India, I was offered the opportunity to promote this in South Africa.

In October 2013, the Vedic Maths Forum South Africa was established with the purpose of supporting and developing Maths Education in South Africa through Online Tutoring in Regular School Maths and Vedic Maths and workshops for teachers, parents and learners.

    When I realised that this is where I was meant to be, I knew I had reached a turning point .

Through our work with learners – we are able to inspire a love for Maths. However, this needs to be supported by teachers and parents. This is why the workshops with them are an essential part of the equation – reducing their Maths anxiety is crucial to reducing Maths anxiety in the learner.

What I love about the work I do, is that I am constantly creating – more creative ways of helping learners understand Maths and content to support teachers and parents and inspire a love of Maths.

    Reducing parents Maths anxiety is crucial to reducing Maths anxiety in the learner.

You Have Career Choices if You Are A Lifelong Learner

For some people, the career choice is simple – they may have known at a young age.

    For me, it was a journey of discovery – a 30-year journey.

I firmly believe that the experiences I have had were all designed to help me get where I am today and that they have made me who I am today.

I also believe that as we grow and as our priorities change, our career choices should also evolve. It is important therefore to be a lifelong learner for a skill you develop now, may become relevant at a later stage in life.

Awarded the Youth Star Award

Posted on 15 September, 2015 No comments
Awarded the #YouthStarAward by Radio One 94.3 FM
Just got awarded the ‪#‎YouthStar‬Award by Radio One 94.3 FM at the Park Hotel, Kolkata.

I want to thank the Radio One 94.3 FM team for bestowing this honor upon me. Feels good for our efforts to be recognized. I also thank my parents,my wife and our team at Vedic Maths Forum India for their support and encouragement.

Our Vision by 2020 is to make every school in India exposed to Vedic Mathematics. Lets join hands in this endeavor.Thank you!

Vedic Maths Forum India at Upcoming Conferences

Posted on 14 September, 2015 No comments

The Vedic Maths Forum India will be participating in the following upcoming Conferences over the next few months.
EdTech.Now is India’s premier global education technology conclave that will bring together education visionaries, ed-tech leaders and academicians under one roof to discuss the future of education in the digital age. This conference is being organized by WizIQ in association with Cambridge University Press. 

WizIQ is a category defining company that offers SaaS based education technology solutions. Over 400,000 education service providers have leveraged the WizIQ platform to deliver online education to 4 million+ learners in 200+ countries. 

WizIQ’s flagship product, Online Academy Builder enables ESPs to deliver live instructor-led and self-paced learning by helping them create, manage, and market courses from their own self-branded online academies. The Online academy builder offers cutting edge features such as live virtual classes, mobile learning, video streaming, discussion boards, assessments and learner insights.

TIME 2015,  IIT Bombay's biennial conference on math education: Technology & Innovations in Math Education" is scheduled from December 4-7, 2015 at VPCOE, Baramati (Pune).

Technology and Innovations in Math Education (TIME), is a modest effort to create a platform where math teachers, math educators, technology providers and technology users in math education, could come together and discuss the various aspects of math education at school level. This also gives math teachers to discuss and exchange with each other their ideas and innovations.

SURGE is Web Summit’s first conference in India. In 4 years, Web Summit, held annually in Europe, has grown from 400 attendees to over 22,000 from more than 110 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. They are now coming to India in February 2016 at Bengaluru.
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