Press Release Indian Abacus lands in Kuwait for the first time. Indian Abacus is signing up with Cams Training Centre and Al Najat Group of Schools, the largest educational Charitable trust in Kuwait having more than 15,000 students undergoing academic studies under this trust. This Trust selected Indian Abacus after careful scrutiny and the best in India who has more than 350 franchisee and hundreds of school centres. The key personality behind the whole arrangement was lead by Mr. Mohamed Ismail Al Ansari, General Manager of Al Najat Charitable Trust.
Mr. Walid Soliman Mohamed, Head of Activity Department, Al Najat Schools and Mr. Mohamed Ahmed Badaway, Faculty, visited Chennai on 30th August 2018 to undergo tutor / teacher training Abacus based Mental Arithmetic and Mindmath training at its Global Head Office, Anna Nagar west, Chennai. They underwent training from 30th August to 1st September 2018. They also visited Franchisee centres in Chennai and interacted with Tutors, parents and students. They were very much impressed and appreciated talents of Indian Abacus students who showcased mental arithmetic and Mindmath in front of them.
Trained delegates of Mr. Walid Soliman Mohamed, and Mr. Mohamed Ahmed Badaway will train teachers of Kuwait Schools so as to train the Kuwait Kids of private and government schools. Mr. Basheer Ahamed, CEO., Indian Abacus and also the inventor of the new generation tool told that Al Najat would sign agreement to take Kuwait National Franchisee. He also informed that more than 30,000 students would be trained in next one year. He further informed that The Indian Abacus is an educational calculating tool for learning to do accurate mental arithmetic, more particularly it helps in enhancing their brain skills such as CONCENTRATION, VISUALIZATION, Listening Skill, Self Confidence, speed and Accuracy by activating the right brain and the Indian Abacus tool was to develop skills of children at the age group – 5 to 13 years, which make them Easier, faster and stress - free with special focus to facilitate the children to learn numbers and identify them as colour images, to Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide them in doing the calculations.