National Mathematics Day: From RK Srivastava to Anand Kumar, Here's the list of Top 5 maths teachers
December 22 is celebrated as National Mathematics Day across the country. This day, which is celebrated in the memory of the great mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, was announced by the then Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in 2012.
December 22 is celebrated as National Mathematics Day across the country. This day, which is celebrated in the memory of the great mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, was announced by the then Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in 2012. The year 2012 was celebrated as the year of mathematics to commemorate his 125th birthday, after which special events are organized in schools and colleges every year on this day.
Ramanujan, the great mathematician is remembered for his incomparable contribution in the field of mathematics. Today we are going to tell you about the top 5 teachers of the country, from whom anyone can become a top student.
There is hardly any person in the complicated questions of mathematics who has not been disturbed, but there are some great masters, who have taught to solve maths problems while playing games.
On National Mathematics Day, let's know about 5 such gurus of math whose method of teaching is very simple.
1) KC Sinha:
Once he failed in maths, today teachers teach from his book. You will be surprised to know that KC Sinha, who wrote books like Calculus, Algebra, Trigonometry, had failed in Mathematics. This is when he went to take the entrance examination in the district School Arrah for his further studies in his childhood.
After failing the first time, he worked hard for the second time and passed the entrance exam. He says that the failure proved to be the biggest turning point in my life. The matter of failing in mathematics hit my heart. Today, KC Sinha, who has written more than 60 books, says that in the beginning my rank was not good in class but then I improved my ranking with tireless hard work.
KC Sinha, who rose to fame with calculus at the age of just 28, based his book on the toughest questions he used to get into.
They tell that understanding the psychology of children, I teach. This is the specialty of my books as well, in this chapters have been made according to the query of the student. This gave him such a great success that even today every student is taught to read KC Sinha's book to get success in Maths.
Presently he is the Vice Chancellor of Nalanda Open University. Many students taught by him are working in reputed positions across the world, it would not be wrong to say that if any IIT JEE aspirant takes classes from Mr. K.C Sinha then he can easily score good marks in maths section.
(2) Anand Kumar:
Anand Kumar had established Super 30 for poor children preparing for IIT JEE, the purpose of this organization is to provide free preparation for IIT JEE to 30 such bright students of Bihar, who are financially weak and expensive coaching institutes. can't join
Anand Kumar is considered to be a very good teacher of mathematics, with the help of his unique tricks, Anand Kumar makes students understand the difficult topics of mathematics easily, every candidate preparing for IIT JEE wants him to be Anand Kumar. Get a chance to read from
(3) R.D. Sharma
Dr. R.D. Sharma is one of the best mathematicians in India, according to the students who studied from him, Dr. R.D. Sharma proves any theorem in such a way that even a novice can easily understand, he knows the art of explaining any concept with small examples,
His teaching style shows that how clear his concepts are in maths, after explaining any concept, he also gives a lot of homework to the children so that if any child has any problem in the concepts explained by him, then he can go to the next class. I can ask, not only the students of IIT JEE but also the students of class 6 to 12 refer a book named RD Sharma for the subject of mathematics, whose author himself is Dr. R. D. Sharma.
4) Mathematics Guru RK Srivastava:
Mathematics Guru RK Srivastava, who gave wings to the dreams of poor children, created history by proving the Pythagoras theorem in more than 50 different ways in the classroom program. For this, his name has also been recorded in the World Book of Records London. RK Srivastava, a resident of Bikramganj, a small village in Rohtas district of Bihar, is a role model for thousands of students.
He claims to find weird number of more than 200 digits, if the numbers of this numbering method are found to be correct, then soon RK Srivastava's name will also be recorded in Guinness World Records. RK Srivastava is always in the spotlight for his educational work, whether it is the Wonder Kids program or motivating the students to take self-study by swearing in front of the fire or the night classes campaign being run by them.
RK Srivastava has given free education to the students for 12 consecutive hours throughout the night, more than 450 classes. For this, his name has also been recorded in India Book Records and Asia Book of Records. Apart from free education, every year free books are distributed to 50 poor students by their mother's hands. Born in a poor family, RK Srivastava's life went through many struggles. RK Srivastava also runs the "Economically poor people will not study" campaign. Under this campaign, only 1 rupee of Guru Dakshina is given to students and they are educated. Guru Dakshina increases by only 1 rupee each year.
Under this campaign, hundreds of poor students, including IITs, NITs, BCECE, reached many reputed institutions of the country and were spreading their dreams.
(5) Sagir Ahmed:
If you are told that mathematics is a game, then you may find it strange, but Sagir Ahmed is such a teacher who teaches mathematics through play. Sagir Ahmed's books are considered important for preparing for competitive exams.
He teaches maths for all types of competitive exams including Railways, SSC. The specialty of his studies is concept study. In this, he explains the questions while solving the basic concepts. They say that mathematics is neither boring nor difficult.