Diploma Course

The course is run by E-gurukul.net in conjunction
with the Vedic Mathematics Academy.

**Description**: This course follows on from
the Introductory Course developing that material and extending to other areas
of mathematics. Note, if you wish to do the Teacher Training Course at some
point do not take this course as this material is mainly contained there.

You can enrol in the next course (cost $75) in which you have:

- a trainer to answer questions,

- regular tests,

- discussion forums

- a certificate for those who pass.

**Next scheduled course starts: 6th February 2017 **- 5 week course.

**Mode:** 100 % Online - Self paced - Enrol
and study from any part of the globe. No prerequisites - anyone can join.
20 Video Lessons with online Tests and Forum discussions.

**Cost**: $75.

**Course created by** Kenneth Williams.

**Conducted by** Dr Arvind Prasad.

CLICK HERE to complete
the online application.

Any queries can be sent to academy@vedicmaths.org

**Course Content: **

Week 1

17. Special and general methods in the Vedic system

Some special multiplication devices

18. Dividing by 9, 8, 11 etc.

Algebraic division

19. The Sutras. Calculating areas.

Temperature conversions. Spotting the obvious

20. Bar Numbers

Converting. Use in the 4 operations. A special case

Week 2

21. General multiplication

Extending the Vertically and Crosswise method

22. Squares and roots

Squaring 2-figure numbers and binomials, Square root of a perfect square

23. Triples

Triple notation and addition, Rotations with triples

24. General squaring The duplex

Squaring numbers of any size, Algebraic squaring

Week 3

25. Straight division

How to choose your remainder, Decimalizing the remainder

26. Extending straight division to 3-figure divisors

Negative flag digits, Changing the numbers, Two figures or more on the flag

27. Multiplying numbers near high bases

Squaring near a base, Multiplying numbers near different bases

28. Equation of a line through two given points

Equation of a line through a given point and parallel or perpendicular to
a given line

Week 4

29. Finding square roots of numbers – the general method

30. Solving quadratic equations by two methods

Comparison of some Vedic and conventional methods

31. Recurring decimals, from left to right and from right to left

32. An easy kind of multiplication and special numbers

Their application in making recurring decimals easier

Week 5

33. Divisibility, the osculation process

34. Triple subtraction and applications

35. Calculating from left to right

36. Combining calculations from the left

Sanskrit and pi

Conclusion video

Final Test