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Vedic Mathematics for Corporate


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A module on Vedic Mathematics for working professionals to enhance numerical ability & productive thinking.
Also available as a Home Study Course (Postal/Online). For details, visit

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  • @sdubey1990 We have launched a Postal/Online Home Study Course of nine-months duration where there would be a regular teacher-student interaction, assignments, tests and online discussion forum. Anyone above 12 years can enrol for the Course. For details, visit or send an email to
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  • @sdubey1990 Yes. We are working on an online course and will be soon launching it. :-)
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  • Cool PowerPoint presentation.

    And another great resource is this fantastic self paced online course to learn Vedic Math

    Maybe Vinay Nair would be interested in creating such an online course too.
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Vedic Mathematics for Corporate

  1. 1. S CHOOL OF V EDIC M ATHS TM PRESENTSVedic Mathematics for Corporates
  2. 2. Have you wondered… Why do competitive exams have mathematical questions? Why are Professionals expected to have fair grip on numbers even though we are living in the age of calculators and computers? Why do many people find Math very hard?
  3. 3. Why?
  4. 4. The AnswersWe have the answers for all your questions.
  5. 5. Why do competitive exams have math questions? Mathematical Intelligence is one of the eight types of intelligence a person possesses. If a person is able to perform mathematical calculations fast, it proves that he is quick and can think logically and analytically. Mathematical intelligence is required for lateral thinking.
  6. 6. Why do people find Math hard? In schools, we are Taught math. But we are not taught to Think! As a result, we end up following a conventional (monotonous) way of doing any calculation. Due to the increase in use of calculators, people end up using them even for simple calculations. Their brains stop Thinking and start working Mechanically.
  7. 7. Why do we need to be good with numbers? Imagine a situation  where the HR personnel is negotiating salary with a potential candidate  where the sales or purchase dept are negotiating and are on the verge of a striking a deal  a Corporate Finance meeting Can they keep tapping their fingers on calculators in the above situations? Will it not affect their efficiency if they are not good with numbers?
  8. 8. What is Our technique? We make people Think! The emphasis is on Learning and Discovering, rather than Teaching. The element of fun plays a vital role in the process of learning. The aim is not just to do calculations faster, but also to create Productive Thinkers for the society.
  9. 9. Our Workshops Vedic Mathematics SMART Math – Self-Motivation And Right Thinking in Math ICC – Improving Conceptual Clarity Problem-Solving
  10. 10. What is Vedic Mathematics? India has produced the most number of mathematicians that the world has ever seen. The source of Indian Mathematics can be traced back to the Vedas. Ancient Indian Mathematicians added their contributions to the existing knowledge and tried to make math simpler. Vedic Mathematics or Ancient Indian Mathematics is a sum total of all knowledge contributed by various mathematicians.
  11. 11. Why Vedic Math? Vedic math is so lucid that people of any calibre can learn with ease. Unlike usual math which has only ‘one way’ to do calculations, Vedic Math has ‘many ways’ to do the same calculation, which gives us multiple options. People start using these techniques in smarter ways and are able to do calculations faster than conventional methods. Thus, whenever the students face any problem, they start thinking in different ways to get the solution faster.
  12. 12. More Reasons for Vedic Math Improves pattern-observation. Makes the brain sharp. Very useful for competitive exams. Eradicates fear and replaces with love for math. Facilitates a habit of analytical thinking and approach.
  13. 13. Topics on Vedic Math for Corporates Topics Duration (in hours) Introduction  ½ Quick Addition & Subtraction  1½ Multiplication – 6 techniques  4 Squaring – 3 techniques  2 Percentages  1 Fractions  1 Multiplication using logic  1 Compound Multiplication  1 (involving different units like  Total 12 hours feet & inches. E.g. 4’7” x 5’2”)
  14. 14. Other Workshops – SMART Math SMART Maths (Self Motivation And Right Thinking) – a perfect module for competitive exams Topics Covered:  Subtraction  Multiplication  Squaring  Converting Percentages into Fractions & Decimals  Ratio & Proportion  Identifying Square Roots & Cube Roots  Problem-Solving techniques Duration: 16 hours Eligible for: Students appearing for Competitive exams
  15. 15. Our Workshops - ICC ICC – a workshop on Improving Conceptual Clarity Why is this workshop required?  First challenge faced by a student – Lack of Conceptual Clarity.  Unclear concepts since school days makes one weak in math and creates a fear for the subject.  Most of them are unable to identify this fact and label themselves as weak in math.  Many mug up the formulae and begin an exam-oriented study rather than a knowledge-oriented one.  By the time, one gets to higher classes, there is great possibility that he has forgotten the lessons learnt in school.
  16. 16. Our Workshops - ICC ICC – a workshop on Improving Conceptual Clarity Our process  We take them back to the basics and provide enough conceptual clarity on topics like fractions, percentages, ratios, proportions, area, volume, identities, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, etc.  The students are taught the correlation between topics like algebra & geometry; geometry & trigonometry, etc; and they area also explained the history behind the origin of every branch in mathematics.  Once the student understands the basic concepts, he then starts thinking on his own and solving a problem becomes easier for him.
  17. 17. Learning through Activities
  18. 18. Our Workshops – Problem-Solving Problem-Solving – the art of solving a problem  Problem-Solving is an art that has to be cultivated in a person.  Problem-Solving is breaking the problem into smaller parts and pictures for better and easier understanding.  Majority of the students who are unable to clear competitive exams are weak in problem-solving.
  19. 19. How do we conduct our classes? Residential camps Non-Residential camps Courses Workshops Awareness programmes
  20. 20. Where do we conduct our classes? Anywhere in India! Till now, we have conducted sessions mainly for Educational Institutions, NGOs, Orientation Sessions for Teachers, Management students, National & InternationalYouth camps, Spiritual Retreats, Empowerment Programmes, etc. Through our programmes, in the last 2 years, we could touch more than 6000 people Mumbai, Cochin, Chennai, Ludhiana, Patiala, Tirunelveli, and almost in every district in Kerala.
  21. 21. You can reach us at… • •
  22. 22. Thank You!