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Inspire Internship talk at A.N.College, Patna

Posted on 21 January, 2016 No comments
Giving a talk on Vedic Maths at the Inspire Internship
INSPIRE is an innovative programme developed by the the Department of Science and Technology in India to attract talent to the excitement and study of science at an early age, and to help the country build the required critical resource pool for strengthening and expanding the S&T system and R and D Base.

"Motivating talented youth to take-up research as a personal undertaking" by rubbing shoulders with global icons of science, is the objective of INSPIRE Internship. This component of the program aims at working as a life-long catalyzing experience for the 11th graders in science stream.

About 150 enthusiastic students from A.N.College participated in a 1.5 hour mentoring talk on Vedic Maths at the Inspire Internship today. We wish to thank Dr.Subhash Prasad Singh, for his kind invite and amazing hospitality.

Vedic Maths in Punjab Schools

Posted on 20 January, 2016 No comments
For once our education system has taken a concrete and correct decision in Punjab to implement Vedic Mathematics in the school curriculum. Period!

What better way to implement the Vedic System than to test the students on it. This Vedic Maths test caught both teachers and students unawares,on the concepts on basic multiplication, addition and subtraction by Vedic Maths methods.

Check this article out on the topic published today 20th January 2016 by the Hindustan Times. A test that caught students, teachers unawares

Education Minister Punjab Dr Daljit Singh Cheema
Teachers knew that students did not know how to solve these simple questions with Vedic math methods as they had not taught them the technique after they were given training in Vedic math from October to December last year. The 50 marks test was compulsory for all the students.

As lakhs of students of government middle and higher secondary schools took the test for Vedic mathematics for the first time in the state, Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema said Vedic mathematics should not be seen as an agenda of Hindu organizations, adding that it would rather help students to quickly solve simple mathematics problems.It will help our students whose reliance on calculator and computer is growing day by day even for simple calculations.
The education department has directed heads of all middle and high schools to conduct a test of Vedic mathematics exercises from Classes VI up to X.
Shri Dinanath Batra Ji, Vedic Maths proponent

Shri Dina Nathji Batra welcomes move

RSS-associated academician Shri Dina Nath Batra, a proponent of Vedic maths, welcomed the government's decision to adopt Vedic maths. "Formulae of Vedic maths make calculations easier. Today, institutions imparting training for various competitive exams use these formulations by using modern terminology for them," he said.


Yours truly at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab

The Vedic Maths Forum India plans to organize Workshops and Seminars on Vedic Maths in Chandigarh, Amritsar and Ludhiana,Punjab in the coming months with the support of the Government in Punjab. 

Lookout for more news on this blog.Also if you are based out of Punjab and can offer support to organize workshops in your school- we will be happy to come and conduct it for you. Write to me on  Thank-you!

Maths Sutra goes Dubai

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Its wonderful and feels awesome to get these pictures from our UAE Chapter head,Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma.  Mrs.Sharma was presenting and exhibiting at the School of Knowledge, Sharjah, UAE. I would like to thank the parents and students who gave such a warm response to Maths Sutra. Here’s Wishing the entire Dubai team headed by Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma , Waqas and Doris loads of wisdom,success and prosperity!

Mrs.Kanchan R.Sharma with Mrs.Doris at School of Knowledge, Sharjah, U.A.E

Tests on Vedic Maths in Punjab schools

Posted on 18 January, 2016 No comments
The Director-General of School Education (DGSE), Pradeep Aggarwal has issued an order, which asks Punjab government school students from classes 6 to 10 to sit for a 50-mark Vedic Mathematics test on January 19.The test results will have to be sent to the DGSE office by 4 pm on the same day. Consequently, District Education Officers (DEOs) would prepare a list of schools, which didn't conduct the test and send the same to the DGSE office.

The motive of the test is to assess how well students understood Vedic maths, for a better curriculum plan in future. The school curriculum doesn't include Vedic maths as yet.


Mental Calculation World Cup 2016

Posted on 13 January, 2016 No comments
Mental calculators from all over the world are  invited to the 7th Mental Calculation World Cup 2016!

Venue: Bielefeld, Germany

Date: 23-25 September 2016

Contest Details:
Calculators will have to solve tasks in different categories (addition, multiplication, extracting roots, day-of-the-week calculations) and various surprise tasks.Only strict mental calculation (no tools, no writing down of intermediate results) is allowed.
The registration form can be found on the MCWC web site (

Vedic Maths Forum India coming to the Surge Conference,Bangalore

Posted on 07 January, 2016 No comments

 What is SURGE? 

SURGE is Web Summit’s first conference in India. In 5 years, Web Summit, held annually in Europe, has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. Now they are coming to India!

And its a pleasure to announce that we are going to be at SURGE, Bangalore in February 2016 as part of the Alpha Program at the conference, and it would be delightful to meet you there.

Thankyou Paddy and Claire for your support and encouragement!




Happy New Year 2016

Posted on 01 January, 2016 No comments
Counting my blessings, wishing you more. Hope you enjoy the New Year in store. Have a joyous New Year, my dear friend!
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