First Level syllabus contains addition and subtraction. All sums will be of single digit. Students have to practice sums using abacus. Oral sums are given at the end of the page for oral practice. Fingering practices are given to students to increase faster movement of beads. Speed writing practice is done by students using left and right hand to activate left and right side brain.

The Second Level syllabus contains two digit addition and subtraction sums. Students will practice sums using abacus for two digit sums. Students will be introduced mental sums of single digit sums. Oral sums, fingering practice and speed writing are performed as mentioned in Level 1

The Third Level syllabus contains three digit addition and subtraction sums. Students will practice sums using abacus for three digit sums. Students will practice mental sums of two digit sums. Tables are introduced for practicing multiplication sums. Oral sums, fingering practice and speed writing are performed as mentioned in Level 1

The Fourth Level syllabus contains two and three digit addition and subtraction sums. Students will practice sums using abacus for two and three digit sums. Students will practice mental sums of single digit 7 row sums. Single digit and two digit simple multiplication sums are introduced for practicing using abacus.

The Fifth Level syllabus contains single digit to 4 digit addition and subtraction sums will be calculated in abacus. Students will practice sums using abacus for two and three digit sums. Students will practice mental sums of two digit 10 row sums. 2 digit x single digit simple multiplication and 2 digit by single digit division sums are introduced for practicing in abacus.

The Sixth Level syllabus contains single digit to 5 digit addition and subtraction sums will be calculated in abacus. Students will practice sums using abacus for two and three digit sums. Students will practice mental sums of two digit 12 row sums. 4 digit x single digit simple multiplication and 4 digit by single digit division sums are introduced for practicing in abacus.

The Sixth Level syllabus contains single digit to 5 digit addition and subtraction sums will be calculated in abacus. Students will practice sums using abacus for two and three digit sums. Students will practice mental sums of two digit 12 row sums. 4 digit x single digit simple multiplication and 4 digit by single digit division sums are introduced for practicing in abacus.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Vedic Mathematics. This gift was given to this world by the ancient sages of India though there is no historical evidence. The real beauty of Vedic Mathematics cannot be fully appreciated without practicing it. Vedic Mathematics refers to a technique of calculations based on set of Sutras or Corollaries derived from these Sutras.

Rapid addition, Rapid Decimal Addition, Rapid Subtraction, Rapid Decimal Subtraction, Rapid Multiplication, Multiplication Tables, Multiplication of Power 5, 25, 125, Sums of last digit being 10. Rapid Division by 5, 25, 125. Vinculum, Devinculate 10s place, 100s place. Devinculate. Vinculate Addition and Subtraction

Rapid Addition Higher Rows,Rapid Decimal Addition Higher Rows,Rapid Subtraction Higher Rows,Multiplication by 11,Multiplication of Duplex Numbers,Multiplication by 12, 31...91,Multiplication of numbers nearest to base numbers,Division by nearest base numbers,Division by Duplex numbers,Division by 21....91,Rapid Addition Higher Rows,Rapid Decimal Additions Higher Rows,Rapid Subtraction Higher Rows

Digital Root Addition,Digital Root Subtraction,Multiplication of series 9s,Magic Multiplication of series 9s,Beauty of Multiplications,Divisions,Squares and Square Root. Algebraic Polynomial,Binomial Division and Polynomial Division

Beauty of Multiplication Higher Digits, Digital Root,Decimal Division,Prime Free Factor,HCF, LCM. Fraction Simplification, Addition and Subtraction. More Bass and less bass. Squares Digital Root. Cubes and Digital Root. Solve equation.

The following are a few of the most common reasons why people around the globe learn English with grammar.

THE FUTURE OF ENGLISH AS A GLOBAL LANGUAGE - The number of English speakers around the world has been on the rise for many years, with the current number approaching 2 billion, according to some estimates. The fact that so many people now use English as either a first or second language indicates that English is likely to remain a globally dominant language for many years to come. This is the importance of English.

The following are a few of the most common reasons why people around the globe learn English with grammar.

The English language gives students access to information and research. Since many of the top academic journals are published in English, students and academics need strong English reading and writing skills. Moreover, for a research study or other publication to get sufficient attention, it should be published in English.

More access to Science & Technology is in English. English speakers have more opportunities to learn and work with others and to share ideas and innovations.

When children are learning English in schools, parents who speak English are in a better position to help and even communicate with their children. In families who are living in an English-speaking country, the children often grow up speaking better English than their parents’ language.

People who speak error free English have more job opportunities. Businesses need employees who can communicate fluently with English-speaking partners and clients without grammar mistakes in order to convey what have to be conveyed.

In addition, entrepreneurs can access a far wider range of customers online by using English. In India or other countries, people who can’t speak English are at a real economic disadvantage.

Being able to speak English makes it easier to travel. Because English is spoken as a first or second language in so many different countries, it is always easy to find English speakers as well as printed information in English, especially at hotels and in areas frequented by tourists.

Introduction to Sentence, Subject, Predicate, Verbs, Nouns, Prepositions, Tenses.

Making simple sentences. More understanding on change of tenses. Speaking simple sentences without grammar mistake. Sentence formation using Present tense, Past tense, Future, Perfect Tense, Present/Past/Future/Perfect continuous.

Learn framing questions, question tags, Modal Verbs, Active Voice Passive Voice. Forming sentences using active voice and passive voice and its conversions. Direct and Indirect Speeches and its conversions.

Writing sentences & stories, letters, oral communications, dialogue writing, spoken practice in class room, work sheets, two way communications, Advanced grammar, correcting frequently happening errors in sentences.