Bhaskaracharya Pratishthana conducts many different programs through out the year. Following is an overview of each.
|Mathematics Training Programme||All the programmes will consist of online lectures (2 days a week) throughout the year beginning from 15th June 2021 to 28th February 2022. The programmes will be extremely interactive in nature. A special feature for every programme will be project based activities and special lectures by expert faculty from India or abroad.|
|NCM Schools/Workshops||The Advanced Training in Mathematics Schools -- provide training in core subjects in Mathematics to Ph.D. students, young researchers and teachers. The emphasis in these schools is on learning mathematics by doing it. IIT Bombay and TIFR have jointly established the National Centre for Mathematics (NCM) in 2011. The instructional schools and workshops which were earlier planned by an NBHM committee on ATM Schools are now being organised under the supervision of the Apex Committee of the NCM.|
|Bhaskaracharya Mathematics Talent Search Competition||
Bhaskaracharya Pratishthana introduced a new activity, to commemorate the 900th birth anniversary of the legendary Indian Mathematician Bhaskaracharya II. Any student up to 6th standard in Maharashtra & Goa can compete and take the examination at the centres announced. The registration for the examination is to be done through the student’s school.
|Undergraduate Training Programme in Mathematics||Bhaskaracharya Pratishthan, Pune will be organizing an Undergraduate Training Programme in Mathematics (UTPM) for S. Y. B. Sc. and T. Y. B. Sc. Students.
Experts from the field of mathematics in and around Pune, IIT, IISER, and TIFR will guide the students during the programme.
|ROTARY GANIT OLYMPIAD||objectives of RGO 2018 are to stimulate the study of mathematics in academia, to identify talented young mathematicians and encourage them to pursue a scientific career, particularly in mathematics and to select and train students. Additionally, RGO 2018 promotes several regional and state mathematical tournaments.|