Vedic Mathematics introduced to DPS-MIS students

 02 Nov 2017 - 9:29

Vedic Mathematics introduced to DPS-MIS students

The Peninsula

DPS–Modern Indian School (DPS-MIS) had organised ‘Memory Power’ event, a brainstorming in-house orientation programme, held on October 26 at he school auditorium led by Dhaval Bathia.

The chief guest and speaker for the day Daval Bathia,a celebrated Indian author and teacher who currently holds two world records and has authored five international best sellers, enticed the entire audience with befitting techniques like ‘Birthday Magic’, ‘Money Magic’ or ‘Brother-sister Magic’ that could be used in complex mathematical calculations in  easy and accurate manner to guess the birthdates, or number of siblings of any individual.

The students learned simple ways of remembering long list of words, complicated maps and names of states and their capitals.

The one hour workshop introduced the students to ‘Vedic Mathematics’ designed to reinforce the power of the brain.

The principal, Asna Nafees earnestly acknowledged the endeavour of Bathia to spread the knowledge that will prove constructive and beneficial for all students, not only during exams but will also help them boost their confidence and eliminate redundant mental blockages.