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Tata Sky launches ‘Actve Vedic Maths’ service

Tata Sky, India’s premier DTH service provider has joined hands with the Vedic Maths Forum India to launch a first of its kind training program in ‘Vedic Maths’ on its platform. The service is aimed at helping students and professionals appearing for competitive examinations within and outside the country, where speed is the key.


The new interactive service called ‘Actve Vedic Maths’ can be accessed by Tata Sky subscribers within the comfort of their homes, at any time of the day based on their convenience. It is expected
to help students   get   familiar with  Vedic  Maths  techniques   from an early age and  also  give  an   edge   to those appearing for competitive exams  by  helping them  solve objective type Mathematical questions  faster


The 60-day training program comprises video tutorials and practice sessions in Vedic Maths that enables one to solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and other Mathematical operations faster than conventional methods taught in schools and colleges, where these are taught in a fundamental way.


“Almost every exam now gives you more objective questions than you can solve within the given timeframe. Given ample time, most of you may solve these papers perfectly. But given the 2 or 3-hours constraint, any technique that trains you to cut even 5 seconds in solving a problem, may give you a huge edge over your competitors.   Tata Sky’s Actve Vedic Maths will give you that competitive edge,” says Mr. Vikram Mehra, Chief Commercial Officer, Tata Sky.


Gaurav Tekriwal, the founder President of The Vedic Maths Forum India, is a renowned educator and motivator, imparting High Speed Vedic Maths skills globally over the last twelve years. Having learnt the Vedic Maths system from the current Shankaracharya of Puri and  Late Shakuntala Devi popularly known as "Human Computer”, Tekriwal imparted this admirable ancient knowledge to over 4 million students in India, South Africa, Oman, UAE, Romania, Ghana and Malaysia.


“I am delighted to be associated with Tata Sky to bring Actve Vedic Maths service to Indian homes through TV. Our focus has been on creating Mathematical interest among students and improving their overall academic performance by strengthening their basic fundamentals of Mathematics through platforms like Vedic Maths videos, blogs, online virtual classrooms and now for the first time this will be available on a TV service through Tata Sky,” Mr Tekriwal said on this occasion.