2016 - 2018
56 Schools - Vellore & Viluppuram Districts Tamil Nadu
2007 - 2008
50 Schools - Kanchipuram & Thiruvallur Districts Tamil Nadu
Pilot Project for Government School Children
Pilot Project executed for Government School Children by Indian Abacus during
2016 - 17 in Tamil Nadu
As per the Direction from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Department of School Education & Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi, the Director, Directorate of Elementary Education, DPI Campus, Chennai Tamil Nadu has asked us to do a Pilot Project of Indian Abacus program for Government Schools Children in two Districts of Tamil Nadu on 3rd August 2016. Accordingly, we are executing a Pilot Project in Villupuram and Vellore districts for 50 schools, 2500 students and 105 teachers are trained in Basic level of Abacus Program to teach Abacus for the children of 5 - 13 years children of PUMS - Panchayat Union Middle School.
The entire program is of free of Cost. The 1st level is completed by the students and 2nd level is in progress after 2nd level training is given to the teachers and the necessary course materials also provided to the children.
Pilot Projects for Government School 2007 - 2008
We executed Pilot Projects for Government Schools in the year
2007 - 08
Iunder instruction from Director of Elementary Education, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, for executing Pilot Project in Abacus based Mental Arithmetic Training for 3rd, 4th & the 5th class students, More than 5000 students from 50 schools participated in the project and and also trained 100 Teachers to train the students in the year of 2007.
Government Schools children learning
Indian Abacus Tutor training for
Govt. School teachers
Abacus based Mental Arithmetic course Pilot Project for Government School Children - 2007-08 (Thiruvallur & Kanchipuram District) Tamil Nadu.
Abacus Based Mental Arithmetic Pilot Project had been completed for Panchayat Union Middle School (PUMS) students, Government of Tamil Nadu (Directorate of Elementary Education) to create awareness on Abacus program and its practical benefits to the children. 50 schools in Thiruvallur and Kanchipuram Districts. 100 Teachers were trained. Indian Abacus provided three level course materials free of cost to 5000 students who were trained under this project.
All 5000 students participated enthusiastically with high spirit. The project had been appreciated by Minister for Education, Government of Tamil Nadu. Directors of Primary School Education, DEEOs, AEEOs and parents.
Appreciation by Mr. Thangam Tennarasu,
Ex- Minister for Education, Tamil Nadu in 2007
Indian Abacus Tutor training for
MSSRF and VKC teachers, Chennai
MS Swaminathan Research Foundation and Indian Abacus jointly executed a pilot project for Village Knowledge Centre (VKC) in the year August 2015
In order to train deserving children in Village Knowledge Centres, we imparted Indian Abacus training for 16 VKC Heads. They were given 1st Level Abacus Training at MSSRF, Taramani, Chennai. Students Study Training Materials were given free of cost. Subsequently children were given coaching by VKC Heads and study materials were also given free of cost.
M S SWAMINATHAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION (MSSRF) and INDIAN ABACUS JOINT RESEARCH PROJECT (PILOT) AND PILOT PROJECT FOR VKC (VILLAGE KNOWLEDGE CENTRE)
Tsunami disaster hit the state of Tamilnadu Seashore areas on 26th December 2004 and lakhs of people were affected and children were left homeless and lost books and disturbed education. As a socially responsible company, Indian Abacus imparted Abacus Based Mental Arithmatic Course to the affected children jointly with World Vision India in the year 2007.
Our group company, Indian Abacus education had been adopted by world Vision to effectively remove the trauma experienced by the children on account of poverty due to the natural disasters. The skill provider - Abacus education is a Mind healer too. In the last 6-7 years, we had taken up more than 4 projects of the NGO, World Vision India, with whom we had tied up to offer Indian Abacus education to more than 30 school centres, benefiting the very poor children in the states of Tamil Nadu & Bihar. While World Vision India financed the projects, Our group company viz. Indian Abacus program was executed to the underprivileged children of these centres as a non-profit endeavor, to deliver our part of the responsibility towards the Society in general and in particular the children’s education.