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Get smart with Smart Abacus
AIMS education director Suresh Subramaniam and Smart Brain director Saward Mitaree at the launch of AIMS Smart Abacus in Chennai yesterday. AIMS director Gita Prabhu is also present.
Get smart with Smart Abacus AIMS Smart Abacus to bring the superior methodology of mental arithmetics using abacus uniquely.
Briefing mediapersons in Chennai yesterday, AIMS education director Suresh Subramaniam said AIMS Education has associated itself with Smart Brain, Thailand, to come up with this product.
‘We are privileged to partner with Smart Brain to establish the training programme in seven countries including India’, he said.
The course would develop strong thinking power, memory, concentration, imagination, precision and accuracy’, he said, adding that the students would develop reading, writing, counting, listening, imitating, participating, appreciating, observing, reasoning, memorising and conceptualising.
He further said about 24 per cent of the population is in the age group of four to 14 which is the targeted group. ‘We launched this new product with 104 centres across Tamilnadu’, he said.
‘By 2010, we are looking at AIMS Smart Abacus being present pan- India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, the USA,Canada, Bangladesh and Singapore with 2,500 AIMS Abacus centres.
AIMS director Gita Prabhu and Smart Brain director Saward Mitaree also spoke.
AIMS Education launches new learning programme
CHENNAI: AIMS Education in association with Thailand-based Smart Brain on Thursday launched 'AIMS Smart Abacus' at all its 104 centres across Tamil Nadu.
“We have partnered with Smart Brain, Thailand to introduce 'Smart Abacus', which helps students develop strong thinking power, memory, concentration, precision and accuracy'', AIMS Education Director Mr Suresh Subramaniam told reporters here.
Claiming that 'Smart Abacus' is a superior methodology of mental arithmetic using abacus in a unique manner, he said
“We use the improved one-hand approach (versus the older two-hand approach) on the abacus in the preliminary stages, for which the children need only 15 minutes practice daily”.
Stating that there is a huge market potential in India for `Smart Abacus' learning, Mr Suresh said their target group is those in the age group of 4 to 14, who form about 24 per cent of the population.
He said his company proposed to add 300 training centres in Tamil Nadu alone.
“By 2013, we have set ourselves a target to open 2,500 training centres across the country'', he said. - PTI
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