Math Safari for School Students from May 23

Published: 18th May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: Math Safari, an intensive two-day summer camp for maths talents of Classes V to XII, designed to expose them to advanced mathematical ideas and to new ways of thinking, will be held at Department of Mathematics, Cusat, from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm on May 23 and 24. 

Math Safari brings together the experts of mathematics in different arenas to inspire mathematical curiosity and build confidence in math problem solving in students of all levels through the uniquely-designed package consisting of a variety of workshops developed over the strong foundation of Vedic Mathematics, Abacus, Active Mathematics and speed mathematics.

The camp will help students explore unknown facts, amazing calculation tips and tricks and math magic. The session will be handled by  Palliyara Sreedharan, the famous child literature writer in mathematics with more than 100 books to his name, all based on mathematics.

Paul Maliakkal, a mathematics teacher and trainer in various maths-related fields, will deal with Origami Math and e-mathematics.

Mathematics Skill Development Programmes (MSDP) will explore more about new trends in mathematics, mysterious numbers, beauty of mathematics and more. The session will be handled by Iqubal Padanat,  mathematics trainer in various streams with  over 10 years of teaching experience in many reputed institutions all over India.

A research-based learning on mathematics where students will get an experience of unresolved theories in world mathematics  will be handled by N M Hussain, a writer with great experience in research-based learning and training. Fees: Rs 4,000.

For details, contact: 8289897097 or 


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