Vedic mathematics for CAT aspirants
Staff Reporter, The Hindu
CHENNAI: It is back to the roots for CAT aspirants now.
Scholars' League, a leading education services organisation based at Bangalore, plans to conduct free Vedic Maths workshops at four locations in Chennai.
These workshops will be conducted by IIM alumni who would also give inputs on approaching the CAT /MBA /MCA entrance paper using these techniques.
The Scholars' League believes that no system is more remarkable than India's Vedic mathematics. Traditionally, Vedic mathematics was taught through Sutras, each of which contains a principle that can be used for a wide variety of applications.
Today, one can learn Vedic mathematics and handle not just basic calculations such as multiplication, division, subtraction, and not to say geometry, but also complex mathematical operations .
On May 7, Scholar's League offers its programme at Adyar, Nungambakkam, Perambur, Tambaram. Over two hours, Scholar's League will introduce participants to the amazing and wonderful world of Vedic Mathematics.
Call Adyar (24454300), Nungambakkam (3093 1686), Perambur (2552 2003), Tambaram (2226 5979).