Hyderabad: In a unique move that aims to dispel Mathematics phobia suffered by many school children, the Nischal’s Smart Learning Solutions Private Limited and Nischal Foundation are jointly organizing “Maths Summer Camp” for the school students in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad from May 2 to May 28.
Speaking to mediapersons here on Wednesday, Master Nischal Narayanam, who has mentored the Nischal’s Smart Learning Solutions Private Limited, said that the motto of the camp would be “Math fear to Math joy” and various instruments of the “Math Lab” that he devised would be used to teach several mathematical concepts in simple and understandable way. The 15-year old Nischal, who was pursuing final year of Chartered Accountancy, also said that the students would absolutely enjoy learning at these camps and never forget the mathematical concepts in their life time.
The camps are meant for the primary children (III, IV and V classes), the upper primary children (VI and VII classes) and the secondary school students (VIII, IX and X classes). The primary school students can attend the camp from 6 am to 8 am and from 2 pm to 4 pm. For Upper Primary students the camp will be held from 8.30 am to 10.30 am and from 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm. For the Secondary school children, the classes would be held from 11 am to 1 pm and 7 pm to 9 pm. Besides, classes would be held in batches like the first batch from May 2 to 7, second batch from May 9 to 14, third batch from May 16 to21 and the fourth batch from May 23 to 28.
“The students can choose the session as per their convenience and registration charges would be Rs 1,000. Every class is limited to 25 students in order to ensure individual care and attention”, said Master Nischal, who twice found place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The cap locations in twin cities are: Attapur, A S Rao Nagar, Banjara Hills, Begumpet, Bowenpally, Khairatabad, Koti, Kukatpally, Madhapur, Miyapur, Narayanaguda, Nallakunta, Secunderabad, S R Nagar, Habsiguda, Dilsukhnagar, Uppal, Gachibowli, Charminar and Chintal.
The Maths Lab has also got recognition from the National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi, which provides recognition to the syllabi and teaching instruments. Now as many as 50,000 Nichal units were being in usage across the world. (NSS)