|Education Minister Punjab Dr Daljit Singh Cheema|
questions with Vedic math methods as they had not taught them the
technique after they were given training in Vedic math from October to
December last year. The 50 marks test was compulsory for all the
higher secondary schools took the test for Vedic mathematics for the
first time in the state, Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh
Cheemasaid Vedic mathematics should not be seen as an agenda of Hindu organizations, adding that it would rather help students to
quickly solve simple mathematics problems. It will help our students whose reliance on calculator and computer is growing day by day even for simple calculations.
The education department has directed heads of
all middle and high schools to conduct a test of Vedic mathematics
exercises from Classes VI up to X.
|Shri Dinanath Batra Ji, Vedic Maths proponent|
Shri Dina Nathji Batra welcomes the move
academician Shri Dina Nath Batra, a proponent of Vedic maths, welcomed the
government’s decision to adopt Vedic maths. “Formulae of Vedic maths
make calculations easier. Today, institutions imparting training for
various competitive exams use these formulations by using modern
terminology for them,” he said.
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