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The Tata Sky - Vedic Maths Forum India Partnership
With services launched since 2006, Tata Sky is India’s leading content distribution platform providing Pay TV and OTT services. With the objective of connecting to the best content in the world on any budget, any screen, anytime and anywhere.
Tata Sky was the first to launch multiple products and services including Vedic Maths pan India that redefined the subscribers’ viewing experience in the country.
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The Reliance BIG TV - Vedic Maths Forum India Partnership
In a bid to foster tele-education, Reliance Digital TV on Tuesday announced its partnership with The Vedic Maths Forum of India to provide mathematics teaching on television, a company statement said.
The new channel “The World of Vedic Maths” will be available on Channel #559 on Reliance DTH at just Rs.112 on a pay-per-subscription basis for a period of five weeks, the statement added.
“We are happy to provide our subscribers with the best of mathematics education through our association with The Vedic Maths Forum of India. We are confident that this partnership will enable our viewers to be part of a meaningful and fun learning experience of mathematics,” said Ashutosh Srivastava, business head, Reliance DTH.
Reliance Digital will offer 16 hours of content spread across the five weeks, covering 35 individual topics in mathematics.
“This programme will enable thousands of students to better their maths skills even in this age of calculators and computers. Instead of making kids love the math they hate, why can’t we make math something they love to learn?” said Gaurav Tekriwal, founder president of The Vedic Maths Forum India.
Source: The Hindu
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