Vision Academic Centre


Vedic Maths is just a magic maths. You can Quickly derive the answers using the short cut method as per Vedic denotes. V.M develops mathematics ability.

What is Vedic Mathematics?

    In This Course Student Learns ,
  • Vedic mathematics is that the mathematical calculations are solved by vedic method."Vedic Mathematics" is the name given to the ancient system of mathematics, or, to be precise, a unique technique of calculations based on simple rules and principles, with which any mathematical problem — be it arithmetic, algebra, geometry or trigonometry — can be solved.

What is veda?

    In This Course Student Learns ,
  • The Vedas, written around 1500-900 BCE, are ancient Indian texts containing a record of human experience and knowledge. Thousands of years ago, Vedic mathematicians authored various theses and dissertations on mathematics. It is now commonly believed and widely accepted that these thesis laid down the foundations of algebra, algorithm, square roots, cube roots, various methods of calculation, and the concept of zero.Vedic Maths develops mathematics ability. It is a shortcut method for mathematical calculation. It is mental calculation method. So it helps to develop the students memory and concentration. Vedic maths methodology based on sixteen sutras and it is derived from ancient Vedas.Vedic maths methodology makes one to calculate easily as well as fast and acacurate. One use this method of calculation from Algebra to Calculus .

Vedic maths Discovery

  • Vedic maths was rediscovered from the ancient Indian scriptures between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji (1884-1960), a scholar of Sanskrit, Mathematics, History and Philosophy. He studied these ancient texts for years, and after careful investigation was able to reconstruct a series of mathematical formulae called sutras.
  • Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, who was also the former Shankaracharya (major religious leader) of Puri, India, delved into the ancient Vedic texts and established the techniques of this system in his pioneering work — Vedic Mathematics (1965), which is considered the starting point for all work on Vedic math. It is said that after Bharati Krishna's original 16 volumes of work expounding the Vedic system were lost, in his final years he wrote this single volume, which was published five years after his death.

Sutras: Natural Formulae

  • The system is based on 16 Vedic sutras or aphorisms, which are actually word-formulae describing natural ways of solving a whole range of mathematical problems. These 16 one-line formulae can be easily memorized, enables one to solve long mathematical problems quickly.

Method of Vedic Maths

  • It is one line answering method.
  • Calculations are solved mentally.
  • It needs solid concentration.
  • It does not have cumbersome steps to derive the answer.
  • Even the complex problems can be solved quickly,mentally and accurately.

Benefits Of Vedic Maths

  • Helps to improve concentration and memery power.
  • Helps to understand the maths concept
  • Enhance listening and observation skill.
  • Can do calculations from Algebra to Calculus.

Development of Vedic Maths

  • Interest in Vedic maths is growing in the field of education where maths teachers are looking for a new and better approach to the subject. Even students at IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) are said to be using this ancient technique for quick calculations. No wonder, a recent Convocation speech addressed to the students of IIT, Delhi, by Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Indian Minister for Science & Technology, stressed the significance of Vedic maths, while pointing out the important contributions of ancient Indian mathematicians, such as Aryabhatta, who laid the foundations of algebra, Baudhayan, the great geometer, and Medhatithi and Madhyatithi, the saint duo, who formulated the basic framework for numerals.

Vedic Mathematics

  • Vedic Mathematics is based on SIXTEEN FORMULAS (SUTRAS). It has been emphasized that although because of its origin it is rightly called VEDIC.
  • Even as regards complex problems involving a good number of mathematical operations the time taken by the Vedic method will be even a much smaller fraction of the time. Sums requiring mere numerous and cumbersome steps of working can be answered in a single and simple step of work by this Vedic method.

Course Module

  • There are totally Four Levels.
  • Each Level Duration is for Four Months.
  • Total class hours per week 3 hours.
  • This course exclusively for the age group of 8 to 19 years.
  • Registration fees which is one time payment and which is Non refundable.