VedicMaths.Org Conference

IAVM (Institute for the Advancement of Vedic Mathematics) announces

1st Vedic Mathematics International Conference

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Rabindranath Tagore Center, Indian Council for Cultural Relations
9A, Ho Chi Minh Sarani, Kolkata, 700071, WEST BENGAL, India

Tel: 033-22820402, 033-22872680, 22874890, 22823431 Fax: 22870028

28th - 30th December 2016

Sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)


Vedic Maths, as propounded by Sankaracarya Sri Bharati Krishna Tirtha, has gained worldwide interest, particularly for its educational benefits. Many schools in India are keen to include Vedic Maths within their curriculum. The IAVM supports and delivers educational programmes together with research into the mathematics based on Tirtha’s sutras.

The three-day conference aims to bring together researchers, educators, and Vedic Math practitioners across the globe to share their research, practices, and projects.

Conference to feature:

Research Papers

Research papers to include new research on applications of Tirthaji’s Vedic Maths, and contributions to mathematics from the classical and ancient Indian periods.

Global Projects and Practices

Presentations from VM practitioners around the world sharing their initiatives, their success stories, future plans, challenges etc.

Teacher Training Workshops

Workshops for teachers and educators on Vedic Maths concepts, and suggestions on how integrate Vedic Maths into their conventional maths curriculum.

Parent and Student Workshops

Workshops for children, parents, and adults to enable them to see the magic, the fun, the utility, and the profundity of this wonderful approach to solving maths problems.

Books and Resources

These will be available for purchase at the conference.

Registration details

To register for attendance please send an email to: instituteavm@gmail.com

Registration and attendance are free.


Call for papers

Research scholars and educators are invited to submit papers for the forthcoming international conference to be held at Kurukshetra University, Haryana on 28th - 30th December 2016.

The three-day conference aims to bring together researchers, educators, and Vedic Math practitioners across the globe to share their research, practices, and projects.

Papers relating to the following are welcome:

Applications and advancements in using the Vedic Maths sutras

Extending mathematics using the sutras

Vedic Maths in education

Classical and Ancient Indian Mathematics

Philosphy of Vedic Maths

Rules

1. Abstracts, up to 300 words in length, must be submitted by email by 30th September.

2. Papers must be original.

3. Upon acceptance, full papers must be submitted by 30th November.

4. Authors of papers will be given 30 minutes for presentation followed by Q and A.

5. International authors can be sponsored to cover travel and accommodation costs.

6. Papers will be published in the annual IAVM Journal.

Please send abstracts or contact the IAVM for further information at instituteavm@gmail.com