Expert Talks is an initiative to connect experts from industry and academia to math and science enthusiasts, be it students, educators or anyone with a curious mind! Through these talks, we hope to introduce the students to newer, non traditional career paths to help them make an informed choice. The session would generally start with a talk by the expert followed by a Q & A session.
This month, we have with us Prof. Nagaraj Neerchal, Vice-Chancellor of Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, Cochin talking to us about the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) by the National Education Policy (NEP) and its far-reaching implications.
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Online sessions for Middle and High Schoolers
Regional Mathematics Olympiad Online Training Program (RMO OTP) is a year-long program organised by Raising a Mathematician Foundation. The program is curated for students who are passionate about Mathematics and are relatively new to RMO. Click below to understand more about this program.
Epsilon Camp will engage children in the age group of 9 through 13 in a challenging and intense summer camp. The camp seeks to nurture the mathematical needs of highly gifted young mathematicians. We are looking for evidence of Mathematical maturity and interest through teacher recommendations, performance on our qualifying pre-test and parent questionnaire for entry into this camp. Epsilon India shares the same instructional philosophy of Epsilon USA, one of pioneers of gifted math education in North America. Click 'Read More' to learn more about the program.
Raising a Mathematician Foundation presents a week-long online workshop MaTH.CoMM, a program focusing on application of Mathematics in Finance and Economics. MaTH.CoMM is a unique module that covers application of Mathematics in great depth and helps anyone above 10th grade (and precocious students of high school), CA, MBA, Actuarial aspirants, Working and Teaching Professionals.
To get a glimpse of MaTH.CoMM modules of the past, check out:
Raising a Mathematician Foundation (RAM) has been running a highly sought out, free, 1-week residential math camp for about 100 kids between the ages of 13 to 15, across India called 'Raising a Mathematician Training Program'