🔥 IIT Indore is starting a new course on science and mathematics from ancient Sanskrit texts. 750 people from all over the world have registered for the course, which runs until October 2nd. IIT Indore taught scientific knowledge from ancient Sanskrit texts. 750 people from all over the world registered for the course, which ran until October 2nd
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- As part of the course, students are taught math, science in research, innovation, study and Sanskrit.
- This two-part course includes 62 hours of online lessons
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indore, has started a special course for reading and understanding the original scientific texts of Sanskrit in India in the original language. This course is started in order to uncover old knowledge again. An official provided information on the matter. Sanskrit experts Bharati Madhya Kshetram, including IIT Bombay and IIT Indore, impart Sanskrit knowledge of the ancient literature of India in this course. The course is sponsored by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and is running from August 22nd to October 2nd.
The online lessons last 62 hours
This course consists of 62 hours of online instruction, for which around 750 students from around the world have registered. Acting Director of IIT Indore, Professor Nilesh Kumar, said that India’s ancient texts have a rich legacy of mathematical and scientific knowledge that today’s generation is unaware of. In this course, participants will learn math and science in research, innovation, study, and Sanskrit. The course is divided into two parts.
Is studied in two parts
In the first part, participants are taught the nuances of Sanskrit in order to understand the language. At the same time, he is taught classical mathematics in Sanskrit in the second part. An aptitude test is also carried out to assess the participants involved in the second part of the course. Students who succeed in this also receive a certificate. In the second part IIT Bombay Professor K.K. Ramasubramanian and IIT Bombay Dr. K. K. Mahesh discusses it. Pramod Pandit, Mayuri Phadke and Pravesh Vaishnav from Sanskar Bharti are the instructors of the first part of the course.