Simpli5 (June 6-10, 2020)

Enjoy the Magic of Magic Squares. This camp based on Ancient Indian Mathematics will help you learn Mathematics through expert sessions by Vinay Nair, the author of CIF’s Vedic Mathematics Course. The camp includes discussions, debates, games and much more. The camp will be held at Chinmaya Vibhooti, Pune, Maharashtra from 6th to 10th June, 2020.

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The summer maths camp by Chinmaya International Foundation and School of Vedic Maths ‘Simpli5 2020 - Enjoy the Magic of Magic Squares’ is for anybody who is 13 years and above. The main focus of this year’s camp will be Magic Squares, Cryptography and exploration in Numbers. During the camp, students will be discovering various ways of creating Magic Squares and will also be introduced to ingenious ways of creating Magic Squares that has been discussed by various Mathematicians in the past.

Activities:

  • Pandiagonal magic squares
  • World-famous magic squares
  • Construction of 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, Prime number magic squares
  • Coding and Combinatorics in magic squares
  • Exploration in other magical shapes
  • History and development of magic squares in India
  • Group discussions, debates, indoor and outdoor games

Last Year's Camp Highlights


6th

June

Event Details

  • From
  • 6 June to 10 June
  • Chinmaya Vibhooti, Kolwan, Mulshi Taluka, Pune, Maharashtra - 412108

Camp Donation : INR 7080|US$ 177 (18% GST included) (Food and accommodation included. AC rooms subject to availability)

Contact Details : Call us: +91 92077 11136|+91 484 2747307|Chinmaya Vibhooti: +91-96898-91959
Email us: welcometocif@chinfo.org|vedicmaths@chinfo.org

Topic : Ancient Indian Mathematics

Language : English

Age Bracket : 13 years and above

Course Facilitators

Sessions will be conducted by Shri. Vinay Nair, Co-founder of Raising a MathematicianFoundation (a not-for-profit organisation for the promotion of Mathematics) and Vichar Vatika. Along with CIF’s Vedic Mathematics course, he has also authored two books, namely, ‘The Teacher who Taught us to Think’ and ‘Journey to the Himalayas’.

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