Insπre, a Mathematics Club from the Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities, PHCET was launched on the occasion of National Mathematics Day. The day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of a legendary Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. The event was co-ordinated by Dr. Avinash J. Kamble and organized by the students of Insπre Mathematics club. The day was graced by Dr. Mathew T. Joseph, Principal of PHCET and Dr. Manvendra Vashishta, HOD of Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities, PHCET.
Mode of Conduction
Launch and celebration
Google Meet and YouTube live stream
The day was celebrated by paying a tribute to Ramanujan and other great Indian mathematicians by delivering some presentations prepared by our students. The topics for the presentations were S. Ramanujan – Early life, contributions with Prof. G. H. Hardy, Ramanujan’s Magic Square, Historical Background and Foundation of Mathematics, Contributions of Indian mathematicians, Kaprekar’s constant number and Vedic Mathematics. All were really inspired by the contributions of the Indian mathematicians which is the ultimate aim of Insπre.
The event concluded with the vote of thanks by Dr. Avinash J. Kamble.