Numbers can be fun now
Many of us who hark back to our school days, will remember without any fondness the dread for the Maths classes.education Updated: Jul 27, 2006 12:59 IST
Many of us who hark back to our school days, will remember without any fondness the dread for the Maths classes.
It had nothing to do with one’s aptitude—or the lack of it, as any unforgiving Maths teacher would tell you—but the drudgery of labouring over every problem that seemed fit to be solved by a Nash or Ramanujan.
True, not all of us can be Will Huntings, but if a new portal can deliver on its promise, then we can at least aspire to be a decent math wizard in our own way.
Educomp Solutions Ltd, which specialises in enabling easy online learning, on Wednesday, launched an online math help programme called mathguru.com. The innovative portal aims to make learning math fun and easy via an audio-video interactive that provides step-by-step solutions to problems on the NCERT syllabus.
The website is designed to help students practise, complete and revise their lessons. Access to the programme is subscription-based costing Rs 1,200 and is valid through an academic year.