I am providing home tution or coaching tution for classes 8th to 10th Mathematics for CBSE and state board Also prepare for competition exams like SSC CGL, IBPS ETC.
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Abacus and Art – surprising, as most people equate abacus with math, but it isn’t completely true with SIP Abacus. That is what makes SIP Abacus a unique and essential programme for all children.
The SIP Abacus programme uses three tools to impact children – Abacus, Brain Gym and Speed Writing. The programme helps children to enjoy numbers, develop their mental skills of concentration, visual memory, listening and builds their self- confidence. The programme incorporates a lot of fun through games & puzzles.
With the fear of math out of their way, children surprisingly begin to enjoy numbers. Additionally, Brain Gym Exercises help the children to relax and energize the brain to do new tasks. Children improve their ability to learn, do their school-work faster and hence have more free time to pursue their passion. This explains Lalitha’s testimonial above.
The SIP Abacus programme is a Malaysian-based company founded in 1997 by Mr Kelvin Tham to meet the challenging demands of today’s young generation. It is a skill development programme for children of the age group 7 – 12 years which focuses on improving essential learning skills.
The SIP Abacus programme is an international programme that is currently available in 12 countries and has benefited more than 5,00,000 children across 900 learning centres. In India, this program was initiated in August 2003. As on March 2015, more than 3,25,000 children have benefitted from this programme across 20 states (Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Orissa, Pondicherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal).