Ramanujan Centre for Indian Mathematics


                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prof. Jyoti Prakash



About the Centre     

The Ramanujan Centre for Indian Mathematics was established in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics in the year 2021. The centre aims to generate awareness among the younger generations about contributions of Great Indian Mathematicians in the field of Mathematics and promote Vedic mathematical study and research in India and abroad.

 Keeping in view the aims, the Centre is offering two programmes:

  • Certificate course in Vedic Mathematics

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Ancient Indian Mathematics.

 These courses will give the students a great opportunity to understand the values of Vedic -mathematics and acknowledge the contributions of Indian mathematicians in the field of Mathematics. The students will gain knowledge about the Vedic- Sutras for long calculations. The Centre will also organize various activities like seminars, conferences, workshops, e-library etc. to bring forward the extraordinary work done by Indian Mathematicians in the fields such as Astronomy, Astrology, Geometry, Algebra, and Arithmetic, etc.