**Ganit Gyan** is based on **VEDIC MATHEMATICS**. Vedic mathematics talks about mathematics used in India during 500- 1000 BC. Vedic Mathematics is the name given to the ancient system of mathematics which was rediscovered from Vedas in early 20th century by Sri Bharati Tirthaji (1884-1960). According to his research all mathematics is based on sixteen formulae (sutras). These sutras are divided into sub-sutras. With the help of these formulae a student can perform difficult and long calculation in algebra mentally. Vedic mathematics came from Vedic tradition of India. The Vedas are the most ancient record of human experience and knowledge passed down orally for generations and written down about 5000 years ago. Medicine, architecture, astronomy and many other branches of knowledge, including mathematics, are dealt with in the texts. The study of Ganit i.e. mathematics was given considerable importance in Vedic period. It is an ancient technique, which simplifies multiplication, divisibility, complex numbers, squaring, cubing, square roots and cube roots.

“Fast Maths” is a system of reasoning and mathematical working based on ancient Indian teachings called Veda. Fast Maths provides answer in one line where as conventional method requires several steps.

Ganit Gyan is a programme run by Jigsaw Edu Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

**Sthapna:-**An introduction to the concepts of Vedic Maths to bring a child to a common platform.4 Classes covering Addition, Subtraction, 2 digits Multiplication and Verification.

**Sampurna:- **is the main course, which is further divided into 4 Levels.

**Level – I**

8 classes covering 2, 3, 4 and 5 digits multiplication, multiplication of equations, Squares and cubes.

**Level – II**

8 classes covering the division of 3, 4, and 5 digits, equation and polynomial synthetic division.

**Level – III**

8 classes covering square root, cube root, test of divisibility and addition and subtraction of mixed fraction.

**Level – IV**

8 classes covering duplex, triplets, addition and subtraction and numerical ability.

**Note:- **One surprise test will be conducted in between and one practice and final test will be taken on the completion of each level of Sampurna.

**Dikshanta:- **is a test series of 4 weeks.