Virtual Ramanujan Math Park
The Ramanujan Math Park is an Indian museum and activity center dedicated to mathematics education inside the Agastya Campus Creativity Lab located in Kuppam, in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. It is named after the celebrated Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) who was from nearby Madras State. It is a joint project of Gyanome and IIITB and the non-profit organization Gyanome.
Our Mission is to present The Ramanujan Math Park in digital medium with virtual tours and videos. Also to install a sense of appreciation and excitement in children by tapping into the mysteries, beauty and relevance of math. we are making the learning of math contextual, conceptual and meaningful.
Having drawn inspiration from the extraordinary works of Indian Mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, the park aims to provide a space to promote learning, exploration, and discovery of ideas that convey a sense of the ubiquity of Math. By giving hands-on learning experience of math concepts, it aims to increase enthusiasm and reduce and eliminate obstacles in learning math, especially among economically underprivileged children.
Located prominently in the Math Park is a bust of Srinivasa Ramanujan, placed to seemingly oversee mathematics reach out a hand to every child that spends time at the park.
Ramanujan Math park
Mission & Vision
The Ramanujan Math Park is envisaged as an evolving platform for students, teachers and math enthusiasts to come together and communicate various mathematical ideas that will lead to greater engagement with the subject.
Objectives of Ramanujan Math Park
To introduce the all-pervasive nature of mathematics by focusing on evolution, storytelling, and utility of various mathematical concepts.
To create digital content that aims at empowering teachers with teaching resources that helps them to engage and use technology meaningfully in classrooms.
To highlight the contributions of India and other civilizations in the evolution of mathematical ideas.
To inspire students by introducing and featuring the works of Indian mathematicians.
To encourage and engage students and teachers to create content that is relevant to the Indian context and demonstrate their understanding of math by way of essays, competitions, etc.
To facilitate a space for understanding the fundamentals of math, using interactive hands-on approach through the display of exhibits that demonstrate connections between math and various other fields like architecture, music, arts, astronomy, physics, engineering, technology etc.
To create a space where experts and reputed institutions from all over the world participate and support in evolving ideas, through talks, training, performances, etc.
To document and preserve the existing mathematical knowledge present in rural India.
The Ramanujan Math Park focus on creating a learning environment that fosters and nurtures the desire to engage with mathematics in enriching ways, amongst broad strata of the society.
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