Ans,Vedic mathematics, is the ancient system of mathematics which was rediscovered early last century by Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji.
Vedic mathematics, that help even the most numerically challenged to conquer difficult sums, simplifies arithmetic and algebraic operations and has increasingly found acceptance the world over. It could be a convenient tool for those who need to solve mathematical problems faster by the day. It is an ancient technique, which simplifies multiplication, divisiblity, complex numbers, squaring, cubing, square roots and cube roots and is surging popularity in India. Even recurring decimals and auxiliary fractions can be handled by Vedic mathematics.
Ans. One can learn Vedic Mathematics from an early age and basic knowledge of multiplication table (though not compulsory) helps a student to better grasp the subject. The time which the student spends in calculation is greatly reduced and therefore the load and pressure of the subject comes down significantly. Through this a supposedly difficult calculation like 998 x 997 which normally takes a person anywhere between a minute or two to solve can be solved in less than five seconds flat.
Ans. When you use Vedic Maths you use both your left and the right brain hemisphere. The left side of the brain is the seat of language and processes in a logical and sequential order. The right side is more visual and processes intuitively, holistically, and randomly which boosts memory and concentration.
Since you are doing calculations mentally without the use of pen or paper you are actually concentrating which develops the concentration abilities.
Ans. To be true, this question is answered many time either in seminars or in Class. Many parents and students ask “Why do many students fear Mathematics?” There is a simple answer for it, because you thought Maths that way. Maths is not a subject to be deal with in couple of days, it takes time. You have to very clear about its concept and logic.
Another major contributor to the difficulty of mathematics is lack of innovation in conventional system of teaching. The conventional system of teaching makes mathematics a dud and boring subject. Students are unable to visualize the concept taught by the teacher. Therefore, their interest level goes down. Hence they start developing a disassociation with the subject. If this disassociation continues for a longer period of time child starts hating mathematics..
Ans. Every competitive exams what makes you different from others is how instantaneously and skillfully you do your calculations. Skill and speed come from doing more and more but if you solve the problems faster than others then you need to know the Vedic Maths.The vedic method of easy and fun filled way of calculations will be of interest to everyone but more so to younger students keen to make their mark in competitive entrance exams.
Ans. The Vedic Maths methods are parallel and supplemental to the school study. It does not confuse the child. Vedic Maths focus is on mastering the core skills that a child needs: to be successful in secondary education and beyond.
Ans : In Vedic mathematics, the one-line mental formulae have an inbuilt series of verifying methods. Therefore, the chance for a wrong answer is minimized.
Ans : Yes, We are successfully running online classes for students. You can complete all four levels of Vedic Maths online with full tutorial lessons, practice sessions, test sessions and rejuvenate sessions.