Welcome to The High Speed Vedic Math MOOC for All

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Vedic Maths Forum India, in association with WizIQ, presents India’s first MOOC on Vedic Mathematics. The course will give the learners access to Live Classes, Videos, Notes, Tests and Online Tests.

The MOOC is being instructed by Gaurav Tekriwal, the Founder and President of Vedic Math Forum India, noted educator and a TEDx speaker. He has introduced the concept of Vedic Maths to many prestigious universities and institutions the world over. Solving number problems is so much easier when you do it the ‘Vedic-Math’ way. Watch this TEDx video by Gaurav Tekriwal and be intrigued by the magic of fast-way mathematics.

The best part of this MOOC is its flipped model which lets the learners probe, discuss, and debate issues with fellow learners as well as the professor. And WizIQ is one such platform that makes it all possible.

Vedic Math empowers learners to perform calculations 10-15 times faster than the normal mathematics.

“I couldn’t have been more thrilled about the launch of India’s first open online course on WizIQ. Vedic Math is an ancient Indian method that sidesteps traditional computations, in a manner that provides a shortcut, while being fun to use and to learn. The Vedic Math MOOC introduces learners to the highly successful calculation strategies presented by this system,” says Tekriwal.

The course is designed for all age groups who want to calculate faster to improve their academic performance and increase problem-solving aptitude. Aspirants of competitive tests will be able to find square roots and cube roots in just 3 seconds, perform multiplications in 5 seconds, learn divisibility rules for every number in the number system, speedup concepts of Geometry, and more with Vedic Maths.

Want more of this fantastic concept? Join the Vedic Maths MOOC today: http://goo.gl/Hi8waQ


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