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Venue- IIT Mandi Kamand, District Mandi H.P.

Organized by

Himachal Pradesh Council for Science Technology & Environment

(HIMCOSTE)

In collaboration with

NCSTC, DST, GOI New Delhi

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Organized by

Himachal Pradesh Council for Science Technology & Environment

(HIMCOSTE)

In collaboration with

NCSTC, DST, GOI New Delhi

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Table of Content

Sr. No. Content Page No.

1 Background and Objective 3-4

2. Resources Person 4-5

3. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-1 6-8

4. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-2 9-14

5. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-3 15-19

6. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-4 20-25

7. Media Coverage 26-27

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Sr. No. Content Page No.

1 Background and Objective 3-4

2. Resources Person 4-5

3. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-1 6-8

4. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-2 9-14

5. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-3 15-19

6. “Vedic Mathematics Workshop” Day-4 20-25

7. Media Coverage 26-27

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1. Background

Vedic Mathematics is the name given to a supposedly ancient system of calculation

which was "rediscovered" from the Vedas between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji

Maharaj (1884-1960). According to Tirthaji, all of Vedic mathematics is based on sixteen sutras, or word-

formulae. For example, "Vertically and crosswise" is one of these Sutras. These formulae are intended to

describe the way the mind naturally works, and are therefore supposed to be a great help in directing the

student to the appropriate method of solution. None of these sutras has ever been found in Vedic

literature, nor are its methods consistent with known mathematical knowledge from the Vedic era.

The simplicity of the Tirthaji system means that calculations can be carried out mentally,

though the methods can also be written down. There are many advantages in using a flexible, mental

system. Pupils can invent their own methods; they are not limited to one method. This leads to more

creative, interested and intelligent pupils.

Interest in the Tirthaji's system is growing in education, where mathematics teachers are

looking for something better and finding the Vedic system is the answer. Research is being carried out in

many areas including the effects learning the Tirthaji system has on children; developing new, powerful

but easy applications of these Sutras in arithmetic and algebra.

The real beauty and effectiveness of the Tirthaji system cannot be fully appreciated

without practicing the system. One can then see why its enthusiasts claim that it is the most refined and

efficient calculating system known.

"Vedic Mathematics" refers to a technique of calculation based on a set of 16 Sutras, or

aphorisms, as algorithms and their upa-sutras or corollaries derived from these Sutras. Its enthusiasts

advance the claim that any mathematical problem can be solved mentally with these sutras.

In April 2019, HIMCOSTE Shimla planned to organize a 5 days state level workshop on Vedic

Mathematics for teachers and students of the state with the objective to popularize mathematics by

adopting innovative methodology in teaching learning process among the teachers and students. The

Teacher Training Incharge of DIET Mandi, faculties of mathematics and BRC’s were also involved in the

workshop with the objective to strengthen the mathematics training through DIET.

The workshop on Vedic mathematics was organized to create interest to study the

mathematics among students. Vedic Mathematics has Techniques/Sutras to solve mathematical arithmetic

in easy and faster way. It consists of 16 Sutras (Formulae) and 13 sub-sutras (Sub Formulae) which can

be used for problems involved in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, conics.

Using regular mathematical steps, solving problems sometimes are complex and time

consuming. But using Vedic Mathematic’s General Techniques, Specific Techniques and numerical

calculations can be done very fast.

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Vedic Mathematics is the name given to a supposedly ancient system of calculation

which was "rediscovered" from the Vedas between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji

Maharaj (1884-1960). According to Tirthaji, all of Vedic mathematics is based on sixteen sutras, or word-

formulae. For example, "Vertically and crosswise" is one of these Sutras. These formulae are intended to

describe the way the mind naturally works, and are therefore supposed to be a great help in directing the

student to the appropriate method of solution. None of these sutras has ever been found in Vedic

literature, nor are its methods consistent with known mathematical knowledge from the Vedic era.

The simplicity of the Tirthaji system means that calculations can be carried out mentally,

though the methods can also be written down. There are many advantages in using a flexible, mental

system. Pupils can invent their own methods; they are not limited to one method. This leads to more

creative, interested and intelligent pupils.

Interest in the Tirthaji's system is growing in education, where mathematics teachers are

looking for something better and finding the Vedic system is the answer. Research is being carried out in

many areas including the effects learning the Tirthaji system has on children; developing new, powerful

but easy applications of these Sutras in arithmetic and algebra.

The real beauty and effectiveness of the Tirthaji system cannot be fully appreciated

without practicing the system. One can then see why its enthusiasts claim that it is the most refined and

efficient calculating system known.

"Vedic Mathematics" refers to a technique of calculation based on a set of 16 Sutras, or

aphorisms, as algorithms and their upa-sutras or corollaries derived from these Sutras. Its enthusiasts

advance the claim that any mathematical problem can be solved mentally with these sutras.

In April 2019, HIMCOSTE Shimla planned to organize a 5 days state level workshop on Vedic

Mathematics for teachers and students of the state with the objective to popularize mathematics by

adopting innovative methodology in teaching learning process among the teachers and students. The

Teacher Training Incharge of DIET Mandi, faculties of mathematics and BRC’s were also involved in the

workshop with the objective to strengthen the mathematics training through DIET.

The workshop on Vedic mathematics was organized to create interest to study the

mathematics among students. Vedic Mathematics has Techniques/Sutras to solve mathematical arithmetic

in easy and faster way. It consists of 16 Sutras (Formulae) and 13 sub-sutras (Sub Formulae) which can

be used for problems involved in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, conics.

Using regular mathematical steps, solving problems sometimes are complex and time

consuming. But using Vedic Mathematic’s General Techniques, Specific Techniques and numerical

calculations can be done very fast.

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About 150 students & teachers of District Mandi were benefitted by the organization

of this workshop. This workshop was organized under the overall guidance of Sh. D.C. Rana, Member

Secretary, HIMCOSTE, Shimla.

Eradicates the fear of Mathematics and instills confidence

Improves calculation speed and numerical skills

Sharpens the brain

Is an aid to crack scholarship and entrance exams

Facilitates a habit of analytical thinking and measured approach towards any problem

Provides an insight into ancient Indian mathematics

Is useful for everyone – students, professionals, teachers, parents, and the young and old

To reduce dropouts in Mathematics.

The vision behind organizing the workshop was to lay a strong foundation for basic mathematics and to

get rid of math phobia from students mind.

Distinguished Resource persons:

All India Ramanujan Maths Club has the main purpose of promoting Mathematics at all levels. All

through these years, The Club has received immense support from Mathematics Fraternity both in Gujarat

and all Over India. The Club is an inclusive Maths enrichment program that provides club leaders with

the resources and materials needed to run a math club.

Dr. Chandramouli Joshi is the Chairperson of Ramanujan Maths Club and Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar

is the Joint Secretary Ramanujan Maths Club were the main resource persons for the 5 days workshop on

Vedic Mathematics at IIT, Mandi.

Sh. Mehul Harsora, Sh. Sanjay Kumar and Sh. Sidharth also assisted the resource persons in this

Participants: 100 students & 63 teachers of District Mandi were benefitted by the organization of this

workshop.List of Participants attached at Annexure-A.

Technical Schedule of Four Days Vedic Mathematics Workshop for Maths Teachers and

Students of Distt. Mandi

Organized by:

Himachal Pradesh Council for Science, Technology & Environment (HIMCOSTE) in

collaboration with NCSTC, DST, GoI

Schedule

Date: 19th - 22nd June, 2019 Venue: IIT Kamand Mandi

Speakers: Dr. Chandra Mauli Joshi, Dr. Satyavir Singh and Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakaar

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of this workshop. This workshop was organized under the overall guidance of Sh. D.C. Rana, Member

Secretary, HIMCOSTE, Shimla.

Eradicates the fear of Mathematics and instills confidence

Improves calculation speed and numerical skills

Sharpens the brain

Is an aid to crack scholarship and entrance exams

Facilitates a habit of analytical thinking and measured approach towards any problem

Provides an insight into ancient Indian mathematics

Is useful for everyone – students, professionals, teachers, parents, and the young and old

To reduce dropouts in Mathematics.

The vision behind organizing the workshop was to lay a strong foundation for basic mathematics and to

get rid of math phobia from students mind.

Distinguished Resource persons:

All India Ramanujan Maths Club has the main purpose of promoting Mathematics at all levels. All

through these years, The Club has received immense support from Mathematics Fraternity both in Gujarat

and all Over India. The Club is an inclusive Maths enrichment program that provides club leaders with

the resources and materials needed to run a math club.

Dr. Chandramouli Joshi is the Chairperson of Ramanujan Maths Club and Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar

is the Joint Secretary Ramanujan Maths Club were the main resource persons for the 5 days workshop on

Vedic Mathematics at IIT, Mandi.

Sh. Mehul Harsora, Sh. Sanjay Kumar and Sh. Sidharth also assisted the resource persons in this

Participants: 100 students & 63 teachers of District Mandi were benefitted by the organization of this

workshop.List of Participants attached at Annexure-A.

Technical Schedule of Four Days Vedic Mathematics Workshop for Maths Teachers and

Students of Distt. Mandi

Organized by:

Himachal Pradesh Council for Science, Technology & Environment (HIMCOSTE) in

collaboration with NCSTC, DST, GoI

Schedule

Date: 19th - 22nd June, 2019 Venue: IIT Kamand Mandi

Speakers: Dr. Chandra Mauli Joshi, Dr. Satyavir Singh and Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakaar

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Programme Schedule for “Vedic Maths Workshop”

Day 1 19th June, 2019

Time Programme

10:00AM-10:30AM Registration

10:30AM-11:00AM Introduction with Participants

11:00AM-01:00PM HOD, Mathematics , IIT Kamand Mandi

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-05:00PM Dr.Satyavir Singh, Principal SNI College, Pilana, Baghpat,UP

Day 2 20th June, 2019

09:30AM-10:00AM Prayer

10:00AM-01:00PM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation-Part-1

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-03:15PM Second Session :Tricks for easy maths

03:15PM-05:00PM Third Session: Maths 3D Model Workshop Part-2

Day 3 21st June, 2019

09:30AM-09:45AM Prayer

09:45AM-10:30PM Revision of yesterday session

10:30AM-01:00PM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-03:15PM Second Session :Magic with Maths and Puzzle

03:15PM-05:00PM Third Session: Maths Lab Workshop

Day 4 22nd June, 2019

Time Programme

09:30AM-09:45AM Prayer

09:45AM-10:00AM Revision of yesterday’s Session

10:00AM-11:15AM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation

11:15AM-12:15PM Second Session: Fun with Maths

12:15PM-01:00PM Third Session: Maths Quiz Workshop

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

Valedictory Session

Time Particulars Speakers

2:10 PM -2:15 PM Welcome Address & Report Sh. Sanjeev Thakur, District Science

of Workshop Supervisor Mandi

2:15 PM-2:50PM Feedback by Participants

2:50 PM -3:30 PM Address by:- (1) Dr. Chandra Mauli Joshi

3:30PM-3:45PM (2) Dr.Satyavir Singh

3:45PM-4:00PM (3) Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakaar

4:00PM-4:15PM Address by:- Speech by Chief Guest

4:15PM-4:50PM Certificate and Activity Kit Distribution by Chief Guest

4:50PM-5.00 PM Vote of Thanks Sh.Ramesh Thakur

Sr. Scientific Assistant, ATC Sundernagar

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Day 1 19th June, 2019

Time Programme

10:00AM-10:30AM Registration

10:30AM-11:00AM Introduction with Participants

11:00AM-01:00PM HOD, Mathematics , IIT Kamand Mandi

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-05:00PM Dr.Satyavir Singh, Principal SNI College, Pilana, Baghpat,UP

Day 2 20th June, 2019

09:30AM-10:00AM Prayer

10:00AM-01:00PM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation-Part-1

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-03:15PM Second Session :Tricks for easy maths

03:15PM-05:00PM Third Session: Maths 3D Model Workshop Part-2

Day 3 21st June, 2019

09:30AM-09:45AM Prayer

09:45AM-10:30PM Revision of yesterday session

10:30AM-01:00PM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

02:00PM-03:15PM Second Session :Magic with Maths and Puzzle

03:15PM-05:00PM Third Session: Maths Lab Workshop

Day 4 22nd June, 2019

Time Programme

09:30AM-09:45AM Prayer

09:45AM-10:00AM Revision of yesterday’s Session

10:00AM-11:15AM First Session: Vedic Maths PowerPoint Presentation

11:15AM-12:15PM Second Session: Fun with Maths

12:15PM-01:00PM Third Session: Maths Quiz Workshop

01:00PM-02:00PM Lunch Break

Valedictory Session

Time Particulars Speakers

2:10 PM -2:15 PM Welcome Address & Report Sh. Sanjeev Thakur, District Science

of Workshop Supervisor Mandi

2:15 PM-2:50PM Feedback by Participants

2:50 PM -3:30 PM Address by:- (1) Dr. Chandra Mauli Joshi

3:30PM-3:45PM (2) Dr.Satyavir Singh

3:45PM-4:00PM (3) Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakaar

4:00PM-4:15PM Address by:- Speech by Chief Guest

4:15PM-4:50PM Certificate and Activity Kit Distribution by Chief Guest

4:50PM-5.00 PM Vote of Thanks Sh.Ramesh Thakur

Sr. Scientific Assistant, ATC Sundernagar

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Vedic Mathematics Workshop

Day-1

The workshop started with registration of participating teachers and students at 10.00 am sharp on 19 th

June 2019. At 11:00 a.m. started the introduction session. All members took a great interest in the

introduction due to various views on gratitude given by all the participants. Fifty number (50) of students

from three nearby schools GSSS Kataula, GSSS Kamand and GHS Nalan joined the workshop on first

and second day.

Glimpses of Opening Ceremony through eye of Camera

Two separate sessions were made after introduction i.e. one for teachers and another for students. The

teacher’s session was carried out by Sh. Sanjay Kumar from All India Ramanujan Club and second

session was taken by Sh. Sidharth Kumar from All India Ramanujan Club. Both the session was

introductory sessions on Vedic mathematics during the first half and in the afternoon the advanced topics

were covered.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar started the teacher’s session with “Pythagoras Theorem”. In which teaching learning

strategies were discussed and various kinds of feedback was sorted from the teachers.

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Day-1

The workshop started with registration of participating teachers and students at 10.00 am sharp on 19 th

June 2019. At 11:00 a.m. started the introduction session. All members took a great interest in the

introduction due to various views on gratitude given by all the participants. Fifty number (50) of students

from three nearby schools GSSS Kataula, GSSS Kamand and GHS Nalan joined the workshop on first

and second day.

Glimpses of Opening Ceremony through eye of Camera

Two separate sessions were made after introduction i.e. one for teachers and another for students. The

teacher’s session was carried out by Sh. Sanjay Kumar from All India Ramanujan Club and second

session was taken by Sh. Sidharth Kumar from All India Ramanujan Club. Both the session was

introductory sessions on Vedic mathematics during the first half and in the afternoon the advanced topics

were covered.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar started the teacher’s session with “Pythagoras Theorem”. In which teaching learning

strategies were discussed and various kinds of feedback was sorted from the teachers.

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In the second half, students from local schools visited the labs of IIT Mandi and the students get exposure

of the IIT Labs.

Students visiting IIT Labs

During the visit of Laboratories of IIT Mandi the students get the insight of advanced instruments - their

importance and functioning.

The resource persons made four groups of teachers and give them some Vedic mathematics problems to

solve with some innovative models brought out along with them.

All groups were given TLMs to discuss in the group for 15 minutes and to represent it with CAMAL

(Combined Activities for Maximizing Learning). Group wise presentations were made by each groups

and group 2 gave its presentation on the TLM which included different Colored and Shaped Magnetic

Presentation made by resource persons was interactive and informative as all the topics were covered with

the help of these innovative experiments and which were creative and easy to learn mathematics for the

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of the IIT Labs.

Students visiting IIT Labs

During the visit of Laboratories of IIT Mandi the students get the insight of advanced instruments - their

importance and functioning.

The resource persons made four groups of teachers and give them some Vedic mathematics problems to

solve with some innovative models brought out along with them.

All groups were given TLMs to discuss in the group for 15 minutes and to represent it with CAMAL

(Combined Activities for Maximizing Learning). Group wise presentations were made by each groups

and group 2 gave its presentation on the TLM which included different Colored and Shaped Magnetic

Presentation made by resource persons was interactive and informative as all the topics were covered with

the help of these innovative experiments and which were creative and easy to learn mathematics for the

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In the afternoon session the workshop started at 2:45 p.m. with the “Throw ball” activity - a very funny

activity done by all members.

Critical Analysis of group 2, presentation was discussed with more positive points to make the TLM more

The “Happiness Period” of Delhi schools was also discussed in which readiness activities to all students

are organized everyday with a new activity, e.g. Mindfulness. Some of the activities of Happiness period

were explained by the resource persons. Some of the activities explained are as follows:

Activity, Storytelling activity, throwing ball, Clapping, Fruit salad & Pen activity etc.

Group 1 presented on the Congruence of ∆, Shapes of rectangle, square etc. Meanwhile, Bhaskaracharya,

Pythagoras Theorem proof was discussed by Mr. Sanjay to enhance the utility of the TLM.

Feedback was given to every group on the basis of, (i) Collaboration, (ii) Creativity, (iii) Critical

Thinking, (iv) Problem Solving and (v) CitizenshipGroup-3 gave presented on “Fractions” of numbers

and angles in which we can find out Pattern- increasing & decreasing, Area of sector, Length of arc,

Addition and subtraction of fraction etc.

Group-4 gave presentation on “Clinometers” which is used to measure angle of depression and elevation

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and a set of cone & cylinder, which explained that the volume of cone is volume of the cylinder.

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Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora gave his presentation on the topic “Mathematical Problem solving using Vedic

Mathematics”. This session included very interesting activities like, Tangram, Different shapes, Postcard

Activity, Pyramid of numbers, Area formula by Origami, Area of triangle, Relation of Central angles with

angles on the circles, Value of π, & Nilkantha series etc.

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activity done by all members.

Critical Analysis of group 2, presentation was discussed with more positive points to make the TLM more

The “Happiness Period” of Delhi schools was also discussed in which readiness activities to all students

are organized everyday with a new activity, e.g. Mindfulness. Some of the activities of Happiness period

were explained by the resource persons. Some of the activities explained are as follows:

Activity, Storytelling activity, throwing ball, Clapping, Fruit salad & Pen activity etc.

Group 1 presented on the Congruence of ∆, Shapes of rectangle, square etc. Meanwhile, Bhaskaracharya,

Pythagoras Theorem proof was discussed by Mr. Sanjay to enhance the utility of the TLM.

Feedback was given to every group on the basis of, (i) Collaboration, (ii) Creativity, (iii) Critical

Thinking, (iv) Problem Solving and (v) CitizenshipGroup-3 gave presented on “Fractions” of numbers

and angles in which we can find out Pattern- increasing & decreasing, Area of sector, Length of arc,

Addition and subtraction of fraction etc.

Group-4 gave presentation on “Clinometers” which is used to measure angle of depression and elevation

1

and a set of cone & cylinder, which explained that the volume of cone is volume of the cylinder.

3

Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora gave his presentation on the topic “Mathematical Problem solving using Vedic

Mathematics”. This session included very interesting activities like, Tangram, Different shapes, Postcard

Activity, Pyramid of numbers, Area formula by Origami, Area of triangle, Relation of Central angles with

angles on the circles, Value of π, & Nilkantha series etc.

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Vedic Mathematics Workshop

Day-2

Second day of workshop on Vedic Maths started at 9:45 a.m. with welcome of Dr. Chandramouli Joshi, Chairman,

All India Ramanujan Society, Gujarat and Mr. Dhanraj Thakkar, Secretary, All India Ramanujan Society, Gujarat.

Participant Girls form the adjacent schools recited Gayatri Mantra, which creates devotion and peaceful atmosphere.

After that Dr. Joshi started with PPT, which he gave the brief introduction and achievements of All India

Ramanujan Maths Club, Gujarat. Dr. Joshi interacted with teachers and students gave them a warm

welcome and regards. He started with “How to make Mathematics easy”, “Remove Maths’s phobia”,

“Make Mathematics interesting & bring more marks in Mathematics”.

Mr. Joshi said that Puri’s Shankaracharya “Sh. Krishna Bharti” had tried to make Maths easy by Vedic

Maths. In 1971, Krishna Swami had given 16 formulas on Vedic Maths which have been approved by

“Worlds Parliament”. Some of the examples Dr. Joshi explained are as follows:

1. Ekadhikena Purvena – One more than the Previous

This method is used to Square of Numbers which ends with 5.

Square of Such Numbers = Number before 5 x next number (Left Side) / 52 (Right Side )

For example 252

The number before 5 is 2, and the number next to 2 is 3, therefore

252 = 2 x 3 / 25

= 625

The number before 5 is 6, and the number next to 6 is 7, therefore

652 = 6 x 7 / 25

= 4225

2. Nikhilam Navatascharam Dastah – All from 9 and last from 10.

This method is used for multiplication of numbers with the Base 10, 100, 1000, 10000 ………….. etc.

The number of digits in right side is equal to the number of zeros in the Base.

For Example: 98 X 92. The nearest base is 100 having 2 zeros.

98 is 2 less and 92 is 8 less to the base 100. Add/Subtract crossly

98-8 =92-2 =90, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 2X8 = 16, this having two digits- which are equal to number of zeros

in the base 100, becomes the right side of answer.

98↘ -2

X 92↗ -8 X ↕

90 / 16

Therefore 98 X 92 = 9016.

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Day-2

Second day of workshop on Vedic Maths started at 9:45 a.m. with welcome of Dr. Chandramouli Joshi, Chairman,

All India Ramanujan Society, Gujarat and Mr. Dhanraj Thakkar, Secretary, All India Ramanujan Society, Gujarat.

Participant Girls form the adjacent schools recited Gayatri Mantra, which creates devotion and peaceful atmosphere.

After that Dr. Joshi started with PPT, which he gave the brief introduction and achievements of All India

Ramanujan Maths Club, Gujarat. Dr. Joshi interacted with teachers and students gave them a warm

welcome and regards. He started with “How to make Mathematics easy”, “Remove Maths’s phobia”,

“Make Mathematics interesting & bring more marks in Mathematics”.

Mr. Joshi said that Puri’s Shankaracharya “Sh. Krishna Bharti” had tried to make Maths easy by Vedic

Maths. In 1971, Krishna Swami had given 16 formulas on Vedic Maths which have been approved by

“Worlds Parliament”. Some of the examples Dr. Joshi explained are as follows:

1. Ekadhikena Purvena – One more than the Previous

This method is used to Square of Numbers which ends with 5.

Square of Such Numbers = Number before 5 x next number (Left Side) / 52 (Right Side )

For example 252

The number before 5 is 2, and the number next to 2 is 3, therefore

252 = 2 x 3 / 25

= 625

The number before 5 is 6, and the number next to 6 is 7, therefore

652 = 6 x 7 / 25

= 4225

2. Nikhilam Navatascharam Dastah – All from 9 and last from 10.

This method is used for multiplication of numbers with the Base 10, 100, 1000, 10000 ………….. etc.

The number of digits in right side is equal to the number of zeros in the Base.

For Example: 98 X 92. The nearest base is 100 having 2 zeros.

98 is 2 less and 92 is 8 less to the base 100. Add/Subtract crossly

98-8 =92-2 =90, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 2X8 = 16, this having two digits- which are equal to number of zeros

in the base 100, becomes the right side of answer.

98↘ -2

X 92↗ -8 X ↕

90 / 16

Therefore 98 X 92 = 9016.

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Another example can be taken of 9988 X 9989. The nearest base is 10000 having 4 zeros.

9988 is 12 less and 99892 are 11 less to the base 10000. Add/Subtract crossly

9988-11 =9989-12 =9977, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 12X11 = 132, this having three digits- which is one less to

number of zeros in the base 10000, so this will become the right side of answer by putting one

zero before this.

9988↘ -12

X 9989↗ -11 X ↕

9977 / 0132

Therefore 9988 X 9989 = 99770132.

Another example can be taken of 1018 X 1013. Here both numbers are higher than the base. The

nearest base is 1000 having 3 zeros.

1018 is 18 more and 1013 is 13more to the base 1000. Add/Subtract crossly

1018+13 =1013 +18 = 1031, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 18X13 = 234, this having three digits- which are equal to

number of zeros in the base 1000, so this becomes the right side of answer.

1018↘ +18

X 1013↗ +13 X ↕

1031 / 234

Therefore 1018 X 1013 = 1031234.

Let’s finish with one example where one number is more and the other less to the base.

10183 X 9995

The nearest base is 10000 having 4 zeros.

10183 is 183 more and 9995 is 5 less to the base 10000. Add/Subtract crossly

10183-5 =9995 +183 = 10178, this becomes the left side of answer by subtracting 1.

Multiply the deviations to the base 183X5 = 915, so this becomes the right side of answer after

subtracting from the Base 10000.

10183↘ +183

X 9995↗ -5 X ↕

10178-1 / Base – 915

10177 / 10000-915

10177 / 9085

Therefore 10183 X 9995 = 101779085.

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9988 is 12 less and 99892 are 11 less to the base 10000. Add/Subtract crossly

9988-11 =9989-12 =9977, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 12X11 = 132, this having three digits- which is one less to

number of zeros in the base 10000, so this will become the right side of answer by putting one

zero before this.

9988↘ -12

X 9989↗ -11 X ↕

9977 / 0132

Therefore 9988 X 9989 = 99770132.

Another example can be taken of 1018 X 1013. Here both numbers are higher than the base. The

nearest base is 1000 having 3 zeros.

1018 is 18 more and 1013 is 13more to the base 1000. Add/Subtract crossly

1018+13 =1013 +18 = 1031, this becomes the left side of answer.

Multiply the deviations to the base 18X13 = 234, this having three digits- which are equal to

number of zeros in the base 1000, so this becomes the right side of answer.

1018↘ +18

X 1013↗ +13 X ↕

1031 / 234

Therefore 1018 X 1013 = 1031234.

Let’s finish with one example where one number is more and the other less to the base.

10183 X 9995

The nearest base is 10000 having 4 zeros.

10183 is 183 more and 9995 is 5 less to the base 10000. Add/Subtract crossly

10183-5 =9995 +183 = 10178, this becomes the left side of answer by subtracting 1.

Multiply the deviations to the base 183X5 = 915, so this becomes the right side of answer after

subtracting from the Base 10000.

10183↘ +183

X 9995↗ -5 X ↕

10178-1 / Base – 915

10177 / 10000-915

10177 / 9085

Therefore 10183 X 9995 = 101779085.

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3. Urdhva Tiryagbhyam - Vertically and Crosswise

The above multiplications of two numbers can be easily done by Vertical and Cross Multiplication.

For example 98 X 92 : It can be done by multiplying vertically the Tens and Units places and cross

multiplication of tens and Units : (1) Tens: 9X9 = 81

(2) Tens & Units Cross Multiplication and Addition: 9X2+9X8 = 18+72 =90

(3) Units: 8X2 =16

9 8 Tens / Tens & Units / Units

81 / 90 / 16

X 9 2 81 /90+ 1 /6

9016 81 /91 /6

This method can be extended to multiplication

of three or more digit numbers also.

81+9 /1 /6

9016

4. Paravartya Yojayet -- Transpose and Apply

5. Sunyam Samyasamuccaye - The summation is equal to zero

6. Anurupye Sunyamanyat - If one is in ratio, other one is zero

7. Sankalana Vyavakalanbhyam – By completion and non completion

'By addition and by subtraction'

It can be applied in solving a special type of simultaneous equations where the x - coefficients and the

y - coefficients are found interchanged.

Firstly add them

Example 1:

45x ( 45x –– 23y ) + ( 23x –23y

45y ) = 113 + 91 = 113

23x – 45y = 91

68x – 68y = 204 , x–y=3

X= 2 , y = -1

Subtract one from other

Example 2 :

( 45x – 23y ) – ( 23x – 45y ) = 113 – 91

1955x – 476y = 2482

476x – 1955y = - 4913 22x + 22y = 22 , x+y=1

Solving on same lines we get Repeat the same sutra again i.e. Add &

Subtract the new equations.

X= 2 , y = 3.

we get x = 2 and y = - 1

8. Calana – Kalanabhyam – Sequential motion

9. Puranapuranabhyam -By completion and non- completion

10. Yavadunam - The deficiency

This sutra means whatever the extent of its deficiency, lessen it still further to that very extent; and

also set up the square of that deficiency. The sutra is very handy in calculating squares of numbers

near (lesser) to powers of 10.

Let’s take the example of 982 :

982 = 98-2 / 22 -The nearest power of 10 to 98 is 100. Therefore, let us take 100 as our base.

-Since 98 is 2 less than 100, we call 2 as the deficiency.

= 96 / 04

- Decrease the given number further by an amount equal to the deficiency.

= 9604. i.e., perform ( 98 -2 ) = 96. This is the left side of our answer .

- On the right hand side put the square of the deficiency, that is 04.

- Append the results from step 4 and 5 to get the result. Number of digits in

right side of answer should be the same as in the Base. Hence the answer is 11

9604.

The above multiplications of two numbers can be easily done by Vertical and Cross Multiplication.

For example 98 X 92 : It can be done by multiplying vertically the Tens and Units places and cross

multiplication of tens and Units : (1) Tens: 9X9 = 81

(2) Tens & Units Cross Multiplication and Addition: 9X2+9X8 = 18+72 =90

(3) Units: 8X2 =16

9 8 Tens / Tens & Units / Units

81 / 90 / 16

X 9 2 81 /90+ 1 /6

9016 81 /91 /6

This method can be extended to multiplication

of three or more digit numbers also.

81+9 /1 /6

9016

4. Paravartya Yojayet -- Transpose and Apply

5. Sunyam Samyasamuccaye - The summation is equal to zero

6. Anurupye Sunyamanyat - If one is in ratio, other one is zero

7. Sankalana Vyavakalanbhyam – By completion and non completion

'By addition and by subtraction'

It can be applied in solving a special type of simultaneous equations where the x - coefficients and the

y - coefficients are found interchanged.

Firstly add them

Example 1:

45x ( 45x –– 23y ) + ( 23x –23y

45y ) = 113 + 91 = 113

23x – 45y = 91

68x – 68y = 204 , x–y=3

X= 2 , y = -1

Subtract one from other

Example 2 :

( 45x – 23y ) – ( 23x – 45y ) = 113 – 91

1955x – 476y = 2482

476x – 1955y = - 4913 22x + 22y = 22 , x+y=1

Solving on same lines we get Repeat the same sutra again i.e. Add &

Subtract the new equations.

X= 2 , y = 3.

we get x = 2 and y = - 1

8. Calana – Kalanabhyam – Sequential motion

9. Puranapuranabhyam -By completion and non- completion

10. Yavadunam - The deficiency

This sutra means whatever the extent of its deficiency, lessen it still further to that very extent; and

also set up the square of that deficiency. The sutra is very handy in calculating squares of numbers

near (lesser) to powers of 10.

Let’s take the example of 982 :

982 = 98-2 / 22 -The nearest power of 10 to 98 is 100. Therefore, let us take 100 as our base.

-Since 98 is 2 less than 100, we call 2 as the deficiency.

= 96 / 04

- Decrease the given number further by an amount equal to the deficiency.

= 9604. i.e., perform ( 98 -2 ) = 96. This is the left side of our answer .

- On the right hand side put the square of the deficiency, that is 04.

- Append the results from step 4 and 5 to get the result. Number of digits in

right side of answer should be the same as in the Base. Hence the answer is 11

9604.

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Let’s take another example of 1032 :

--The nearest power of 10 to 103 is 100. Therefore, let us take 100 as our

base.

1032 = 103+3 / 32

- Since 103 is 3 more than 100, we call 3 as the surplus.

= 106 / 09

- Increase the given number further by an amount equal to the surplus. i.e.,

= 10609. perform ( 103+3 ) = 106. This is the left side of our answer .

& ……….. - On the right hand side put the square of the surplus, that is = 09.

1009 2= 1018081. - Append the results from step 4 and 5 to get the result. Number of digits in

right side of answer should be the same as in the Base. Hence the answer is

10609.

11. Vyastisamastih -Whole as one and one as whole

12. Sesanyankena Caramena– Remainder by last digit

13. Sopantyadvayamantyam - Ultimate and twice the penultimate

14. Ekanyunena Purvena -- By one less than the previous one

15. Gunitasamuccayah - The whole product is same.

16. Gunakasamuccayah - Collectivity of multipliers.

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--The nearest power of 10 to 103 is 100. Therefore, let us take 100 as our

base.

1032 = 103+3 / 32

- Since 103 is 3 more than 100, we call 3 as the surplus.

= 106 / 09

- Increase the given number further by an amount equal to the surplus. i.e.,

= 10609. perform ( 103+3 ) = 106. This is the left side of our answer .

& ……….. - On the right hand side put the square of the surplus, that is = 09.

1009 2= 1018081. - Append the results from step 4 and 5 to get the result. Number of digits in

right side of answer should be the same as in the Base. Hence the answer is

10609.

11. Vyastisamastih -Whole as one and one as whole

12. Sesanyankena Caramena– Remainder by last digit

13. Sopantyadvayamantyam - Ultimate and twice the penultimate

14. Ekanyunena Purvena -- By one less than the previous one

15. Gunitasamuccayah - The whole product is same.

16. Gunakasamuccayah - Collectivity of multipliers.

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Students were given many questions to solve and they learnt about the easy way of doing multiplication

and other mathematical operations.

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and other mathematical operations.

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These formulas are very useful to make Maths easy. With the help of these formulas, toughest calculation

is very easy to do even by weaker students.

After that Dr. Joshi gave simple Maths problems for students and teachers separately. All of us solved

them with interest. Prize and appreciation was given to “quick solver”. Further he taught how to solve

various Maths problems without using formula. He gave lots of interesting examples.

He also taught us “Ekadhindeno Pubeno” and “Param Mitra” trick, how to multiply by 999, 99999,… by

11, find square of numbers, touch and answer and many more. After that students’ and teachers’ were

taken separately. Students lecture was taken by Mr. Mehul and Dr. Joshi continued with us.

Dr. Joshi taught us “Base Method” for quick multiplication, it included Base-10, Base-20, Base-30, Base-

100, Base-200, Base-300, Base-400 etc. All of us learnt it with great enthusiasm.

After lunch, Dr. Joshi entertained the participants with different kind of interesting “Puzzles”. He gave

some gadgets to the participants to solve. The fellow teachers who solved them were given prize and

He distributed two mathematics kits among all the pariticipants. These kits were sponsored by

HIMCOSTE. The participants used those kits at the venue and found them very useful for classroom

After tea break, Dr. Joshi told about National Level Mathematics Fair. He also gave detailed information

about Best Teacher Award and IYMC, i.e. International Young Mathematician Competition. He

motivated teachers to participate in such kind of competition along with their students.

After that, Sh. Mehul Kumar was on the dais. He continued with his PPT. He taught different kind of

tricks to make Maths interesting for students.

Workshop ended up at 6:00 p.m. with the discussion on factors of zero.

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is very easy to do even by weaker students.

After that Dr. Joshi gave simple Maths problems for students and teachers separately. All of us solved

them with interest. Prize and appreciation was given to “quick solver”. Further he taught how to solve

various Maths problems without using formula. He gave lots of interesting examples.

He also taught us “Ekadhindeno Pubeno” and “Param Mitra” trick, how to multiply by 999, 99999,… by

11, find square of numbers, touch and answer and many more. After that students’ and teachers’ were

taken separately. Students lecture was taken by Mr. Mehul and Dr. Joshi continued with us.

Dr. Joshi taught us “Base Method” for quick multiplication, it included Base-10, Base-20, Base-30, Base-

100, Base-200, Base-300, Base-400 etc. All of us learnt it with great enthusiasm.

After lunch, Dr. Joshi entertained the participants with different kind of interesting “Puzzles”. He gave

some gadgets to the participants to solve. The fellow teachers who solved them were given prize and

He distributed two mathematics kits among all the pariticipants. These kits were sponsored by

HIMCOSTE. The participants used those kits at the venue and found them very useful for classroom

After tea break, Dr. Joshi told about National Level Mathematics Fair. He also gave detailed information

about Best Teacher Award and IYMC, i.e. International Young Mathematician Competition. He

motivated teachers to participate in such kind of competition along with their students.

After that, Sh. Mehul Kumar was on the dais. He continued with his PPT. He taught different kind of

tricks to make Maths interesting for students.

Workshop ended up at 6:00 p.m. with the discussion on factors of zero.

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“Vedic Mathematics Workshop”

Day-3

All the teachers and the students of three schools i.e. GSSS Katindhi, GSSS Nishoo and GHS Riyagari

reported sharp at 10:00 a.m.

Sh. Sanjeev Thakur Science Supervisor discussed about the upcoming event i.e. Children Science

Congress (CSC) and informed the teachers to start preparing for the different activities. Science

supervisor also informed the teachers that from this year the schools have to register themselves for CSC

once the web- portal gets ready for which the schools will be intimated accordingly.

At 10:30 a.m., the session started by Dr. Chandramouli Joshi by a small prayer and the Shaloka from a

Veda by Vivekananda. Dr. Joshi motivated all the participants by a well known quotation of Swami

Vivekananda, I quote “Arise, Awake and Stop not till the Goal is reached”. Dr. Joshi taught how to solve

mathematical problems by using the Vedic Sutra. The session with Dr. Joshi was very lively and three of

our teachers were awarded with the Gold medal. Mr. Naresh Thakur of GMS Sumanidhar, presented the

mathematics magazine which is published by GMS Sumanidhar to the officials of Sh. Ramanujan Math

Club. After lunch at 3.00 pm the second session was carried out by Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar who

focused on solving the squares of different term by using the concept of Vedic mathematics. During the

session the teachers were actively participating and were coming up with so many queries which were

solved by Sh. Thakkar. After tea break the presentation was made by Mr. Mehul Kumar, who started the

session with some interesting games, to solve the math’s problems. He taught us how we can teach the

trigonometry in simple way to the students.

Some of the examples discussed by Sh. Mehul Kumar are as follows:

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Day-3

All the teachers and the students of three schools i.e. GSSS Katindhi, GSSS Nishoo and GHS Riyagari

reported sharp at 10:00 a.m.

Sh. Sanjeev Thakur Science Supervisor discussed about the upcoming event i.e. Children Science

Congress (CSC) and informed the teachers to start preparing for the different activities. Science

supervisor also informed the teachers that from this year the schools have to register themselves for CSC

once the web- portal gets ready for which the schools will be intimated accordingly.

At 10:30 a.m., the session started by Dr. Chandramouli Joshi by a small prayer and the Shaloka from a

Veda by Vivekananda. Dr. Joshi motivated all the participants by a well known quotation of Swami

Vivekananda, I quote “Arise, Awake and Stop not till the Goal is reached”. Dr. Joshi taught how to solve

mathematical problems by using the Vedic Sutra. The session with Dr. Joshi was very lively and three of

our teachers were awarded with the Gold medal. Mr. Naresh Thakur of GMS Sumanidhar, presented the

mathematics magazine which is published by GMS Sumanidhar to the officials of Sh. Ramanujan Math

Club. After lunch at 3.00 pm the second session was carried out by Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar who

focused on solving the squares of different term by using the concept of Vedic mathematics. During the

session the teachers were actively participating and were coming up with so many queries which were

solved by Sh. Thakkar. After tea break the presentation was made by Mr. Mehul Kumar, who started the

session with some interesting games, to solve the math’s problems. He taught us how we can teach the

trigonometry in simple way to the students.

Some of the examples discussed by Sh. Mehul Kumar are as follows:

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Case 4:- Multiplying two numbers from 16 × 16 to 20 × 20

Mark the finger with numbers 16 to 20 in both the hands.

Touch the corresponding finger and bend fingers below the touched fingers.

Count the number of unbent fingers. Multiply it by 20.

Multiply the bend fingers of both hand.

Add 200 to the previous two results to obtain the final answer.

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Mark the finger with numbers 16 to 20 in both the hands.

Touch the corresponding finger and bend fingers below the touched fingers.

Count the number of unbent fingers. Multiply it by 20.

Multiply the bend fingers of both hand.

Add 200 to the previous two results to obtain the final answer.

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Glimpses of Workshop through eye of Camera

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Honoring Ceremony for Dr. Chandermauli Joshi was organiesed at 5:30 pm as Dr. Joshi has to leave on

22nd June morning. Sh. Ramesh Kumar, Sr. Scientific Assistant officials from HIMCOSTE presented a

Himachali Topi and Shawl to Dr. Joshi. Dr. Joshi also donated the different TLM to the participants to

use them for the betterment of the students and has given Vedic Mathematics' shorter, quicker and easy to

remember techniques which would enable students and teachers to do calculations faster than they would

with conventional methods.

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22nd June morning. Sh. Ramesh Kumar, Sr. Scientific Assistant officials from HIMCOSTE presented a

Himachali Topi and Shawl to Dr. Joshi. Dr. Joshi also donated the different TLM to the participants to

use them for the betterment of the students and has given Vedic Mathematics' shorter, quicker and easy to

remember techniques which would enable students and teachers to do calculations faster than they would

with conventional methods.

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“Vedic Mathematics Workshop”

Day-4

The concluding day of the workshop started at 10.00 am. The students of GSSS Katindhi, GSSS Nishoo and GHS

Riyagari also joined for the second day. About 15 students and two teachers of one more school GSSS Kot Tungal

also joined the last day voluntarily after knowing about the workshop through news papers.

The session of Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora started with brainstorming mathematical problems, Geometrical

shapes and angles. Mr. Mehul discussed about the use of technology in teaching of mathematics.

Different Apps are available on the Play Store which are very useful for making the subject lively and

interesting to the students. The Play Store applications for Physics, Chemistry and other subjects were

also shared.

Student’s session was conducted by Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar. The students also solved the

mathematical problems in the groups using Charts, different shapes and learning by doing to understand

the subject.

Some of the examples are explained as follows:

Birthday Puzzle

Add 18 to the month in which you were born?

January = 1…. July = 7 and December = 12

Multiply the result by 25

Subtract 333 from the previous result

Multiply it by 8.

Subtract 554 from your result

Divide it by 2

Add your birth day to the previous result

Multiply your result by 5

Add 692 to it

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Day-4

The concluding day of the workshop started at 10.00 am. The students of GSSS Katindhi, GSSS Nishoo and GHS

Riyagari also joined for the second day. About 15 students and two teachers of one more school GSSS Kot Tungal

also joined the last day voluntarily after knowing about the workshop through news papers.

The session of Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora started with brainstorming mathematical problems, Geometrical

shapes and angles. Mr. Mehul discussed about the use of technology in teaching of mathematics.

Different Apps are available on the Play Store which are very useful for making the subject lively and

interesting to the students. The Play Store applications for Physics, Chemistry and other subjects were

also shared.

Student’s session was conducted by Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar. The students also solved the

mathematical problems in the groups using Charts, different shapes and learning by doing to understand

the subject.

Some of the examples are explained as follows:

Birthday Puzzle

Add 18 to the month in which you were born?

January = 1…. July = 7 and December = 12

Multiply the result by 25

Subtract 333 from the previous result

Multiply it by 8.

Subtract 554 from your result

Divide it by 2

Add your birth day to the previous result

Multiply your result by 5

Add 692 to it

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Multiply it by 20

Add the last two digit of the year, you were born.

75 for 1975 83 for 1983

Wait is over Wait for ever

Is it a 5 or 6 digit number?

Subtract 32940 from the result.

Is it a 5 or 6 digit number?

Let the number obtained is

xy │ ab cd

Month Date Year

Is it your Date of Birth?

The Valedictory session started after lunch at 2.30 PM.

Sh. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Deputy Director Higher Education Mandi was the Chief Guest on this

occasion and Sh. Purshotam Chand Rana, Deputy Director Elementary Education Mandi was the Guest of

Honour. Sh. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Deputy Director Higher Education Mandi was honoured by Sh.

Ramesh Kumar, Sr. Scientific Assistant, ATC, HIMCOSTE by offering Bouquets, Himachali Topi and

Shawl. Sh. Purshotam Chand Rana, Deputy Director Elementary Education Mandi was honoured by Dr.

Rajender Kumar Ray, Associate Prof., IIT Mandi by offering Himachali Topi and Shawl.

Sh. Sanjeev Thakur, Science Supervisor Mandi presented the brief report of the 4 days Vedic

Mathematics workshop and welcomed the Guests, Resource Persons Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar and

Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora, Sh. Rajender Kumar Ray of IIT Mandi, Group of 5 Volunteer Students of the

IIT Mandi who worked hard to make the workshop a grand success and all participants in the valedictory

In the feedback session of the workshop it was felt by all that such type of Workshop should be organized

for Primary Teachers so that the Math Phobia can be minimized right from the beginning. Dr. Rajender

Kumar Ray of IIT Mandi declared full support on the part of IIT Mandi to provide knowledge and

resource material for benefitting the students in the schools.

The Deputy Directors asked the participants to start and popularize “Mathematical Laboratory” in their

own schools, which can be then established in other Schools by the Department. They also directed the

DIET officials to take the services of participants of this workshop as a Resource Person in the Trainings

of SSA/RMSA.

Participation Certificates and Kits were distributed to the participants and volunteers by the Chief Guest

and Resource Persons.

Sh. Ramesh Thakur Senior Scientific Assistant ATC, HIMCOSTE concluded the workshop with Vote of

Thanks at 4.00 PM.

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Add the last two digit of the year, you were born.

75 for 1975 83 for 1983

Wait is over Wait for ever

Is it a 5 or 6 digit number?

Subtract 32940 from the result.

Is it a 5 or 6 digit number?

Let the number obtained is

xy │ ab cd

Month Date Year

Is it your Date of Birth?

The Valedictory session started after lunch at 2.30 PM.

Sh. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Deputy Director Higher Education Mandi was the Chief Guest on this

occasion and Sh. Purshotam Chand Rana, Deputy Director Elementary Education Mandi was the Guest of

Honour. Sh. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Deputy Director Higher Education Mandi was honoured by Sh.

Ramesh Kumar, Sr. Scientific Assistant, ATC, HIMCOSTE by offering Bouquets, Himachali Topi and

Shawl. Sh. Purshotam Chand Rana, Deputy Director Elementary Education Mandi was honoured by Dr.

Rajender Kumar Ray, Associate Prof., IIT Mandi by offering Himachali Topi and Shawl.

Sh. Sanjeev Thakur, Science Supervisor Mandi presented the brief report of the 4 days Vedic

Mathematics workshop and welcomed the Guests, Resource Persons Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar and

Sh. Mehul Kumar Harsora, Sh. Rajender Kumar Ray of IIT Mandi, Group of 5 Volunteer Students of the

IIT Mandi who worked hard to make the workshop a grand success and all participants in the valedictory

In the feedback session of the workshop it was felt by all that such type of Workshop should be organized

for Primary Teachers so that the Math Phobia can be minimized right from the beginning. Dr. Rajender

Kumar Ray of IIT Mandi declared full support on the part of IIT Mandi to provide knowledge and

resource material for benefitting the students in the schools.

The Deputy Directors asked the participants to start and popularize “Mathematical Laboratory” in their

own schools, which can be then established in other Schools by the Department. They also directed the

DIET officials to take the services of participants of this workshop as a Resource Person in the Trainings

of SSA/RMSA.

Participation Certificates and Kits were distributed to the participants and volunteers by the Chief Guest

and Resource Persons.

Sh. Ramesh Thakur Senior Scientific Assistant ATC, HIMCOSTE concluded the workshop with Vote of

Thanks at 4.00 PM.

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Glimpses of valedictory Ceremony through Camera Eye

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Feedback is the process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate

its further output, and should be an essential part of education, training and personal development.

Without proper feedback a vacuum is created which may result in poor grades, lack of interest and loss of

strategy and direction. So the feedback of participants has been taken during the workshop on the basis of

which graphical analysis has been made. Feedback forms are attached at Annexure B.

1) Feedback of Participants of main resource persons Dr. Chandramouli Joshi,

the Chairperson of Ramanujan Maths Club.

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its further output, and should be an essential part of education, training and personal development.

Without proper feedback a vacuum is created which may result in poor grades, lack of interest and loss of

strategy and direction. So the feedback of participants has been taken during the workshop on the basis of

which graphical analysis has been made. Feedback forms are attached at Annexure B.

1) Feedback of Participants of main resource persons Dr. Chandramouli Joshi,

the Chairperson of Ramanujan Maths Club.

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2) Feedback of Participants of Sh. Dhanraj Kantilal Thakkar, Joint Secretary

Ramanujan Maths Club

3) Feedback of Participants for Dr. S. Singh, who assisted the main speakers of the

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Ramanujan Maths Club

3) Feedback of Participants for Dr. S. Singh, who assisted the main speakers of the

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OVERALL FEEDBACK OF THE WORKSHOP:

Learning Outcomes

It eradicates fear of Math completely. So if your child has Math-Phobia High Speed Vedic Math is

a Fun-Filled way to do Math and arises interest in your child.

Sharpens your mind, increases mental agility and intelligence.

Increases your speed and accuracy. Become a Mental Calculator yourself.

Improves memory and boosts self-confidence.

Cultivates an Interest in your for numbers.

Develops your left and right sides of your brain hence using intuition and innovation. It has been

noted that Geniuses have been using the right side of the brain to achieve exceptional results.

Easy to master and apply. Much Improved Academic Performance in School and Instant Results.

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Learning Outcomes

It eradicates fear of Math completely. So if your child has Math-Phobia High Speed Vedic Math is

a Fun-Filled way to do Math and arises interest in your child.

Sharpens your mind, increases mental agility and intelligence.

Increases your speed and accuracy. Become a Mental Calculator yourself.

Improves memory and boosts self-confidence.

Cultivates an Interest in your for numbers.

Develops your left and right sides of your brain hence using intuition and innovation. It has been

noted that Geniuses have been using the right side of the brain to achieve exceptional results.

Easy to master and apply. Much Improved Academic Performance in School and Instant Results.

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Media Coverage of Vedic Maths Workshop

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