Srinivasa Ramanujan (22nd December 1887 - 26th April 1920) was an Indian mathematician who lived during the British rule in India. Though he had no formal training in pure mathematics, he made substantial contribution to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series and continued fractions, including solutions to mathematical problems, then considered unsolvable.

To mark the birth anniversary of this erudite pioneer and to make our learners aware of his copious contribution to the field of math, NVPS organized an array of activities, in which the Victorians participated with a lot of zeal and celebrated Ramanujan Week from  16thDecember, 2020 to 22nd December, 2020.

The tiny tots of Pre -School participated in Number Wall Hanging, Best Out of Waste, Flower Number Pot, Shape Animals and Shape Hunt and showed their marvellous performances. On the other hand, the toddlers of Pre-Primary excelled themselves by involving in Number Drawing, Pyramid Fun, Frog Jumping, Abacus Fun and Shape Hunt. The proactive students of Primary Wing were no less in showcasing their capabilities by enthusiastically participating in Tambola, Poster Making, Jingles, Extempore and Vigyapan Lekhan. The involvement and response of the Middle Wing students was remarkably splendid as they participated in Math activities interlinked with other subjects like Magic Square, Mathematical Wheel, Tongue Twisters & Riddles etc.

December 27, 2020