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Vedic Math History

Vedic Math History


Bharti Krishna Tirath ji :-The founder jagad Guru, Adi Shankracharya Shri Bharti Krishan Tirath Maharaj (1984-1960) between the sixteen sutras of maths from the Atharva Vedas the ancient Indian system of calculations. The sutras collectively were later named as vedic maths. These sutras were derived from The Ganit Sutas also knowledge sulabh. Sutras or the simple system of mathematics. The language of these sutras was in Sanskrit. Which was difficult to understand for a common man? It took the genius of triath ji to decode the various layers of similar sets with different meaning and make it understandable for all. According to this research, mathematics is based on 16 sutras or words formulas. The 16 sutras are further divided into 13 sub sutras, derived from vedic test covering every branch and part of mathematics. Arithmetic algebra, geometry, trignometory, physics. Plain and spherical geometry. Conics, calculus differential and integral etc. Vidya Bhartya introduce vedic math in April 1995 all over Vidya Bharti School in India. They conduct seminars from jonal level to national level in V.M. Such as Quiz competition, paper reading Models chart competition and organized vedic math Olympiad time to time in our school. In 2006 our school got 3rd position in National level quiz competition.


Why Should be use Vedic Maths :-

Vedic Maths is a boon for us in calculation .It provides us very easy, one line, mental and supper fast methods .The methods of Vedic Maths bring joys in the hearts and smile on the face of student’s .It is faster than the present system. The students can answer the problems quickly (with in 10 second) written on the board. Its methods will help the slow learners to know the basic concept while including creativity amongst intelligent. It is a uniquely modern & extremely user friendly system. These Vedic Methods will not only give quicker calculations but also increase the creativity of mind, develop the brain & provide the eager ness to learn more and more about math.

Parents Teacher Meet (PTM):-

Teacher and parents play on impotant role in all round development of the students .For this we organize Parents –Teacher meeting time to time in school. In these programmes , parents give their suggestions and take students report. The parents and teachers together discuss and try to sortout the problem of the students, if any.

Examination Schedule :-

Examination: The whole academic session is divided in to two semesters.
(1) April to September
(2) October to March

Each term comprises of two unit tests and one term examination.
In first term FA-1, FA-2, and (SA-1)September exam are held
In second term FA-3, FA-4 and(SA-2) March exams are held. The students are assessed according to the grades given on the bases of formative and summative performance in the whole session.

In the month of Feb final practicals for class 10th are conducted up to 28 Feb. as well as March.

Examination Rules :-

1. Promotion is based on the day to day work of the students throughout the year and also on the performance in the terminal examination.
2. If a student is defected using unfair means in any examination, school authorities will have the right to cancel the entire Examination.
3. Report card will be handed over to the parents /guardian.
4. Discrepancy if any in mark, grade can be pointed out by parents /students within a week of Result Declaration. There after they will not be entertained.
5. Duplicate R.card may be issued at a cost of Rs. 100/-.
6. The students must take all unit tests and terminal Examination compulsory .In any case, re-exam of any subject will not be conducted.
(In medical case, weigtage will be considerd as per latest H.P.B.O.S.E & our (Himachal Shiksha Samiti) /organization rules)

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Monday-Satday: 09.00am to 3.00pm
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