Paramita High School Students don Role of Mathematicians
In order to remove the phobia of mahematics subject, the students of Paramita High School in Mankammathota here have donned the roles of various leading national and international mathematicians and participated in the Ganitha Astavadhanam on the occasion of International Maths Day on Thursday.
The students donned the roles of mathematicians such as Bharathi Krishna Theertha, Ramanujan, John Abel and others and explained about the importance of various personalities and their inventions. Some students had invented “Theorem of world” depicting all the 16 theorems in an easy form.
During the Maths Astavadhanam programme, eight mathematicians participated in the programme among them six mathematicians posed various questions and two mathematicians have answered them in a poetic form.
The explanation of various maths formulae and equations in a poetic form has won accolades from the gathering.
Earlier, the school had conducted “Kaun banega budding mathematician” competition among the students of various students by conducting a written and oral examination and distributed prizes in juniors, sub-juniors and seniors categories.
The students had also a great opportunity of interacting with experts living in USA about the teaching methods of maths and other subjects through web conference in the school.
School chairman E. Prasada Rao said that they had conducted the International Maths Day only to create awareness about the maths subject and its history and importance in day to day life.
He said that they had designed the programme in such a way that the maths phobia would be removed among the student community.