Vedic Mathematics Workshop

05:30 PM

Indian Astronomy Club, 401, Pooja Abhishek Flats, 32, Preetam Nagar Society, Opp. Manoj Joshi Hospital, Paldi, Ahmedabad

With tickets, Rs 2000/- for 10Days

Contact : 7383651660
Registrations: By Name
Fees: 350 Rs for the Day

2018-04-16 17:30:00 2018-04-26 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Vedic Mathematics Workshop

Discover Mathematics as Never before by Learning Vedic Math.

Registrations Ongoing…

Open to all Students interested in improving their Mathematics

Vedic Maths: The Advantages…

+ Time Saver – In this world of extreme competition, everyone would do anything to gain an edge over others. With the growth of coaching institutions & affordable book prices, scope of an edge is not very clear. But, Vedic Maths is one such area that introduces scope of an edge as far as calculations are concerned. Have you ever said to yourself – ‘I wish I had 30 more minutes’. Well, Vedic Maths might not give you 30 more minutes, but it can save you a lot more than that. And if you come to think of it, it’s the same.

+ Vedic Maths & Calculators – There are many boards which allow the use of calculators in their main exams. This is very convenient as long as the Boards’ examinations go. But, this might prove detrimental in competitive examinations such as JEE/Olympiads. How?, if you ask – Because your mindset is such that a calculation, even a little complicated, can throw you off without a calculator. Throw you off not because you can’t do the calculation, but because of your mindset used to calculators. So, instead of a getting used to a calculator you should work on your Vedic Maths. With enough practice, it can bring you very close to a calculator.

+ Physical Chemistry – Off all the chemistries, Physical chemistry is sometimes declared as their favourite by many students. One of the reasons behind this is that there aren’t any exceptions in it & it is mostly analytical/mathematical. There can be instances where even this leg of chemistry can involve demanding calculations, solving quadratic equations for instance. This can involve square root calculation. Vedic Maths comes really handy in calculation of square roots & can save a lot of your time there.

+ The Intelligence Pay-off!
According to many neurologists, whenever mind works on patterns, some neural connections tend to get formed which can go beyond the original intent of that study. Learning to use Vedic Maths is nothing but using patterns to make calculations easier. If the neurologists are to be believed, Vedic Maths will help you form some neural connections which make you more intelligent. I bet you will agree with me on this.

+ Learn all the Vedic Sutras for Multiplication, Addition, Division, etc
+ Practise them in Worksheets, both Written and Oral
+ And give a Vedic Math Test at the end of the Course

Limited Seats…!

Indian Astronomy Club, 401, Pooja Abhishek Flats, 32, Preetam Nagar Society, Opp. Manoj Joshi Hospital, Paldi, Ahmedabad

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Discover Mathematics as Never before by Learning Vedic Math.

Registrations Ongoing…

Open to all Students interested in improving their Mathematics

Vedic Maths: The Advantages…

+ Time Saver – In this world of extreme competition, everyone would do anything to gain an edge over others. With the growth of coaching institutions & affordable book prices, scope of an edge is not very clear. But, Vedic Maths is one such area that introduces scope of an edge as far as calculations are concerned. Have you ever said to yourself – ‘I wish I had 30 more minutes’. Well, Vedic Maths might not give you 30 more minutes, but it can save you a lot more than that. And if you come to think of it, it’s the same.

+ Vedic Maths & Calculators – There are many boards which allow the use of calculators in their main exams. This is very convenient as long as the Boards’ examinations go. But, this might prove detrimental in competitive examinations such as JEE/Olympiads. How?, if you ask – Because your mindset is such that a calculation, even a little complicated, can throw you off without a calculator. Throw you off not because you can’t do the calculation, but because of your mindset used to calculators. So, instead of a getting used to a calculator you should work on your Vedic Maths. With enough practice, it can bring you very close to a calculator.

+ Physical Chemistry – Off all the chemistries, Physical chemistry is sometimes declared as their favourite by many students. One of the reasons behind this is that there aren’t any exceptions in it & it is mostly analytical/mathematical. There can be instances where even this leg of chemistry can involve demanding calculations, solving quadratic equations for instance. This can involve square root calculation. Vedic Maths comes really handy in calculation of square roots & can save a lot of your time there.

+ The Intelligence Pay-off!
According to many neurologists, whenever mind works on patterns, some neural connections tend to get formed which can go beyond the original intent of that study. Learning to use Vedic Maths is nothing but using patterns to make calculations easier. If the neurologists are to be believed, Vedic Maths will help you form some neural connections which make you more intelligent. I bet you will agree with me on this.

+ Learn all the Vedic Sutras for Multiplication, Addition, Division, etc
+ Practise them in Worksheets, both Written and Oral
+ And give a Vedic Math Test at the end of the Course

Limited Seats…!

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On the occasion of Janmashtami L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery invites you for Workshop on ‘Traditional Nathdwara Style of Painting’ to be conducted by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah (an Ahmedabad based artist who has been practicing miniature paintings and Pichwai paintings on cloth as well as paper since last 36 years) The workshop will commence at the above mentioned time, starting with a very brief talk on Nathdwara school of painting. This will be followed by an introductory session of Nathdwara style of painting by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah Eligibility: 18 years and above (a prior experience in art is required) Registration fee: Rs 100/- per participant (inclusive of lunch and drawing paper needed for the workshop, other stationery like pencils, eraser, brushes and colours need to be brought by the participant) For registration Please visit our website or social media pages to download registration form, which you can submit with registration fee in person at the venue before 17th August 2018 in office hours. (photocopy of age proof is required to submit form) Source: Facebook

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On the occasion of Janmashtami L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery
invites you for Workshop on ‘Traditional Nathdwara Style of Painting’ to be conducted by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah (an Ahmedabad based artist who has been practicing miniature paintings and Pichwai paintings on cloth as well as paper since last 36 years)

The workshop will commence at the above mentioned time, starting with a very brief talk on Nathdwara school of painting. This will be followed by an introductory session of Nathdwara style of painting by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah

Eligibility: 18 years and above
(a prior experience in art is required)

Registration fee: Rs 100/- per participant
(inclusive of lunch and drawing paper needed for the workshop, other stationery like pencils, eraser, brushes and colours need to be brought by the participant)

For registration
Please visit our website or social media pages to download registration form, which you can submit with registration fee in person at the venue before 17th August 2018 in office hours.
(photocopy of age proof is required to submit form)

Source: Facebook

Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery
Nr. Gujarat University, Navarangpura, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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