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- 1. gainIT “A course to enhance your aptitude and logical skills”RISHIGURUKULSCO 135SECTOR 24-DCHANDIGARH
- 2. • We give the shortest route to these steps by a program called gainIT
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- 4. WHAT IS gainIT• gainIT is inspired from the word in Hindi meaning Mathematics. We have developed a program which is application of Vedic mathematics in solving problems, calculations and performing calculations. It can be regarded as a course in vedic mathematics.• Vedic Mathematics - a gift given to this world by the ancient sages of India. A system which is far more simple and enjoyable than modern mathematics. Research shows that the application of Vedic mathematics makes use of both parts of the brain. So versatile is this science that it has been incorporated in the educational syllabi of many countries worldwide.
- 5. Knowledge tables Vedic mathAnalyticalreasoning gainIT Quick math logics Arithmetic puzzles
- 6. For example …..• Squaring by regular method If we have to square 65 i.e. if we have to do 652We do 65 x 65 325 390x 4225
- 7. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT??? STUDENTS PARENTS PARENTS SCHOOLS SCHOOLS
- 8. Benefits to STUDENTS• Better Calculation skills• Better logical and analytical skills.• Phobia of mathematics is erased.• More understanding of the mathematics in a very practical way.• Helpful for future if the students have to appear for IIT, IAS etc.• Useful for students appearing for NTSE or board examination.• GainIT helps students solve mathematical problems about 15 times faster.• Aids intelligent guestimation (Knowing the answer without solving the problem)• Reduces finger counting & scratch work & improve mental calculation.• Improves concentration.
- 9. Benefits to PARENTS• A child doing well in mathematics and reasoning at a very young age stands a great chance of getting in to a better career.• Mathematics phobia is eradicated.• A successful child always paves a path for a great career and gives the parents immense pleasure.• It generates the interest of children towards mathematics and science.• It increases the confidence of children as they are able to better in mathematics and science.• Reduces the dependency of children on calculators and computers.• Reduces the dependency of children on tuitions.
- 10. Benefits for SCHOOLS• A school offering this program will definitely gain popularity and name.• A school can use this program as one of the USP’s of the school for advertisement purpose.• Weaker students will get extra support from this program and thus results would be better.• High scalability for the school in terms of student traffic.• Better results in subjects like mathematics and science.• Better results in competitions like NTSE, AIEEE, IIT ,PMT etc.
- 11. WHAT DO WE OFFER??A unique course based on the ancient Vedas. It’s a minimum of twenty hour program involving two different modules.1. Basic level2. Advanced level Basic level module is for the students of 6th, 7th and 8th standard. We will be providing worksheet and printed notes for all the kids enrolled for this module. is for students of 9th and 10th standard Advanced level module aiming them to prepare for boards as well as for higher competitive exams.
- 12. Frequently asked Question???• Q. What is Vedic Mathematics? Vedic Mathematics is the name given to the ancient system of Mathematics which was rediscovered from the Vedas.• Q. Who discovered these Vedic Methods and from where? This ancient system of Mathematics was rediscovered from the Vedas between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krisna Tirthaji.• Q. What is the most significant feature of the Vedic Mathematics? The most striking feature of the Vedic system is its coherence. Instead of a collection of unrelated techniques the whole system is beautifully interrelated and unified. These related techniques are all easily understood. This unifying quality is very fulfilling, and makes mathematics easy and enjoyable and encourages innovation.• Q. What is the single most basic advantage of teaching Vedic Methods to students? In the Vedic system difficult problems or large, complicated sums can often be solved immediately by using simple Vedic methods. These striking methods are just a part of a complete system of mathematics which is far more systematic than the modern system. Vedic Mathematics has a coherent and unified structure and the methods are complementary, direct and easy. There are many advantages in using a flexible, mental system. Students can invent their own methods; they are not limited to the one correct method. This leads to more creativity.
- 13. Frequently asked questions…..• Q. How relevant is Vedic Maths in the current school curriculum? By using Vedic methods students comes to know the answer in few seconds. They find the principles of the Vedic system systematic, simple and methodical. Research is being carried out in many areas including the effects of learning Vedic Maths on children; developing new, powerful yet easy applications of the Vedic Sutras in geometry, calculus, computing etc. It is perhaps, the most refined and efficient mathematical system possible.• Q. The students have been used to learning a different method of solving the arithmetic problems in school. Won’t the Vedic methods be confusing, if they are taught to them? No, absolutely not. By using Vedic methods students will be able to solve the problems promptly and will be able to apply appropriate Vedic methods to solve different problems. Once they have been able to understand the application of the various „sutras‟ or principles, they themselves will want to apply them in their day to day work, as they will find these methods simpler and faster as compared to standard computation and problem solving methods, in use currently.• Q. With devices like calculators currently being used widely, why should there be any need for learning Vedic methods? A calculator cannot think for students. They must understand the basic principles involved in the calculations. Some times a person gets varied answers while using a calculator. For example while solving a problem like: “Two plus three times four equals…..?” By using a calculator a student may get “20” as an answer, others may get an answer of “14”. Therefore simple computational tools are not enough. An understanding of the problem and the correct application of a method are both very essential.
- 14. Frequently asked questions….• Q. What are the advantages of applying Vedic Maths technique as against using other methods/ tools; such as the Abacus? No doubt, Abacus is a nice tool for teaching Mathematics that has originated in China. However, there are certain shortcomings. Firstly, students cannot learn it without the use of an Abacus, an instrument which contains beads. Secondly, it takes a long time to learn its application for addition and subtraction and thereafter using these applications in Multiplication and Division. As against this, a student can learn the basic principles and methods of Vedic Mathematics, and apply them in problems relating to Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Square, Square Root and Cube Root, in as little as 12 sessions. Besides, there is no dependency on instruments such as the calculator or an abacus.• Q. How does Vedic Mathematics help a student in the present scenario? Many times when a student secures less marks in Mathematic, and is ask the reason for it, he / she says “I could not complete the paper in time” or “I could complete the paper, but could not get enough time to correct my mistakes.” By using Vedic methods students can complete their work in a shorter period of time.• Q. If students use Vedic methods they will finish their work quickly and won’t have anything to do. Will they not get bored? Students who use these methods and complete their work in less time can utilize the remaining time to check their work for possible mistakes. They can correct their mistakes and get more marks.

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