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Indian Abacus at Prime Kids Expo 2016
Kids Family Expo 2016 had organized Kids Family Expo 2016 From 29th Jan - 1st Feb 2016 Karur Tamil Nadu. The Exhibition was well attended by Indian Abacus marketing team. There were as many as 2500 student enquiries to enrol in Indian abacus learning centres. There were Franchise inquiries for certain unrepresented towns in Karur District, Sukkaliyur, Pallapatti, Thonthonimalai, K. Paramathi, Namakkal Road, which showed the growing awareness for Indian Abacus product & program. Many parents especially from the rural & semi urban areas were curious to know more about the Indian Abacus product launched by the company. Attractive offers, discounts on franchise fee, gift hampers and freebies like caps, key chain were given by Indian Abacus to as many as 1000 children who visited the stall. The main attraction at the Indian Abacus stall was the Display Indian Abacus on which many kids performed calculations to win an attractive multi - colored cap and key chain.
Indian Abacus open competition was organized by Kids Family Expo 2016 and Indian Abacus Pvt. Ltd., at Karur, Prem Mahal (Salem Bypass Road), on Sunday (31st Jan. 2016), in which many students participated. The competition got a huge response from students / parents from all over Karur including Sukkaliyur, Pallapatti, Thonthonimalai, K. Paramathi etc.
Students started arriving at the venue from 11 AM and the competition was conducted in 5 batches. Winner names were declared in their respective categories. Prizes were given away by the Indian Abacus Managing Director Mr. Basheer Ahamed to the students who won awards in different categories. Some Indian Abacus students did an amazing demonstration of their skills for the benefit of the audience. Mr. Basheer Ahamed, in a stirring speech appealed to the tutors and parents that along with the skills we teach them, it is necessary to inculcate a strong value system.
Monday, 15 February 2016
Indian Abacus – Non-digital for students
The newly invented Indian Abacus is a highly advanced version tool. The product version takes the Abacus device to the next level. The Indian Abacus developed offers greater ease and comfort in registering in memory of the images representing the values. When the child manipulates the slider/s to do calculations, the slider/s pushed towards the bar project open the hidden colour (Red and Green) images, which otherwise hide the images in the no value position in sync with the body of the Indian Abacus.
Apart from the comfort of easy and faster earning, the newly designed tool enables enhanced visio-spatial memory. The sliders of abacus in the value positions – projecting colour images – stay puteven when the abacus is held upright. The sliders do not fall from their worked position. Indian Abacus has a greater advantage on account of better memory registry and visualization later that the student experiences.