Celebrate GANIT Week in CBSE SchoolsCelebrate GANIT Week in CBSE Schools: To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan on 22nd December, 2015, the CBSE has invited all affiliated schools to celebrate GANIT (Growing Aptitude in Numerical Innovations & Training) Week.
GANIT WeekIn order to commemorate the 128th birth anniversary of Dr. Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan on 22nd December, 2015, the CBSE invites schools affiliated to it to celebrate GANIT (Growing Aptitude in Numerical Innovations & Training) Week. For this purpose, the schools may conduct the various activities during the GANIT week.
- Mathematics Relay Race
- Solving Mathematical Puzzles such as solving Rubik’s cube and creating magic squares
- Interactive Session on Mathematics
- Quiz competition
- Mathematical games such as Sudoku and Kakuro
- Innovative Projects on Mathematics such as the Golden Ratio
- Conclude the week with an exhibition of all projects and activities taken up during the week
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These activities are suggestive in nature and the schools are encouraged to innovate and organize other similar activities. It is expected that such endeavours will reduce the fear of Mathematics and make its study more interesting amongst students. The report of activities conducted by the schools during the GANIT week must be uploaded on the school’s website and a short report (not exceeding 200 words) with photographs, highlighting the activities may be sent to Ms. Gauri Nagpal, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to CBSE, Shiksha Sadan, 17, Institutional Area, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi-110002. In case of any query, you may contact: gauri. cbse@ gmail.com / 011-23231821.
Celebrate GANIT Week in CBSE SchoolsFor this purpose, the schools have been given several age appropriate activities which may be conducted during the GANIT week. For instance, Mathematics Relay Race for each grade, students may be divided in groups of 5-8 depending upon the class strength. A series of questions may be prepared and students may move ahead in the race only after solving those questions.
Solving Mathematical Puzzles such as solving Rubik’s cube and creating magic squares. Interactive Session on Mathematics Interactive activity-based sessions may be organized for students on various topics like Mathematics in nature, Mathematics in architecture, Pascal’s triangle, Vedic Mathematics.
Quiz competitions may be organized by schools for each grade based on the various
topics that they study in Mathematics
Mathematical games such as Sudoku and Kakuro and other similar activities may also be included as part of the activities. It is expected that such endeavours will reduce the fear of Mathematics and make its study more interesting amongst students.