To commemorate the birth anniversary of Sh. Srinivasa Ramanujan and to actively promote interest of students in Mathematics and its applications by promoting Mathematics, Sanskar School celebrated GANIT (Growth Aptitude in Numerical Innovations and Training) Week from 16th December to 22nd December, 2014.
On the 16th of December, students were given a series of questions and the students who solved them quickly and correctly were given appreciation and they have also witnessed a wholly informative session on various eminent scientists in the field of Mathematics. The following day was rather interesting as magic squares were given to the students of classes VI, VII and VIII and discussed about “The History of Zero”, “Importance of Mathematics in Our Daily Life” and “The benefits of learning Mathematics” in all the classes.
On 18th interactive activities based sessions were organised for the students on topics “Mathematics in nature” and “Mathematics in Architecture” for classes IX, X, XI and XII, where all the students thoroughly enjoyed refreshing their memories and learning more about the wide details of Mathematics. The same day quiz competition was organised house-wise in which all the students participated with great enthusiasm.
The next day was a very intriguing day, with teachers and students interacting about their experiences with new innovations and ideas, forming a torch-light to the future Mathematicians and scholars from the school.
The 21st was a happening day with students as well as teachers watching the screenings of films produced by Vigyan Prasar which promoted Science through a visual medium, and also featured the upcoming unrecognized scientists who have given a break to the field.
The last day was an amalgam of fun, creativity and learning. The students of III, IV and V painted their pallets with thoughts and expressions relating their interest with Mathematics. In class III, a shapes activity was conducted, where they made different shapes using craft paper. They made hut, dog, face, photo frame, pouch, frog, parrot, fan, flower, almirah, etc., by using the art of Origami. Students enjoyed the activity and they learnt about the basic shapes in a play way manner. In class IV, the students presented their knowledge on the chart papers under various topics like fractions, Tangram, 2D-3D shapes and collage on Mathematics. In Class V, students presented their thoughts through precise charts and creative notions.
All the students participated with great enthusiasm and zeal. The objective, which was to increase interest in Mathematics, was successfully achieved.
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