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Vedic Maths for NGO’s : 
Ever since the Pratham report came out last month where it was stated that over 75.2% of all children in India in Std 5 can’t do division – I have been thinking deeply about it. This has greatly affected my thoughts and as an educator, I feel compelled to do something about it.
There are times when we all have turning points in our lives, and this piece of news certainly has turned my life around. I think that if in its own land of origin and in-spite of having methods like Vedic Maths how can a quarter of children in grade 5 can’t do division? I am compelled to think how can we make VM more accessible to the masses, so that each and every child can benefit from the system.
Based on these reports, we did a little brainstorming and have come up with a program in Vedic Mathematics for NGO’s who have education as one of their set focus areas. We would be more than happy to provide free training for such NGO’s in Vedic Mathematics and help support their Maths Departments across India. We would like to help increase numeracy standards across the country through Vedic Mathematics and thus we would be achieving our mission completely.
If you are a part of an NGO and would like to make a difference through Vedic Maths please feel free to contact us at gtekriwal@blog.vedicmathsindia.org and we will truly transform the way your children do mathematics.


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Gaurav Tekriwal is the founder President of the Vedic Maths Forum India. Through television programs, workshops, DVDs, and Books he has taken the Vedic Maths System to over 4 million students in India, South Africa, United States, Australia, UAE, Ghana, and Colombia.

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