Innovative programmes for teaching, learning and applying mathematics
The Mathematical Sciences Foundation is a registered not for profit educational society founded by India’s leading mathematicians, thinkers, educators, and scientists.
The Mathematical Sciences Foundation aims to create a role model for education in India. The engine that drives this role model is the discipline of mathematics and its myriad connections to all aspects of human endeavour.
Our mission is to provide a dynamic and strong institutional platform that will nurture out-of-the-box thinking, work together with the industry, attract leading mathematicians and scientists from all over the world, and serve of the needs of the society and our nation at large.
Nurture Out-of-the-Box Thinking
We aim to spur innovation and invention that is relevant – both for the industry and the world at large.
Our consulting programmes foster close interaction with the corporate world to create relevant solutions.
Attract the Best Thought-Leaders
We provide a collaboration platform for leading mathematicians, scientists, and educationists from around the world.
Offer Innovative Learning Modules
Our online and hybrid delivery programmes are designed to impart relevant skills for job creators and job seekers.
Collaborate with Universities
Our programmes are offered in collaboration with leading universities and institutions internationally.
Serve the Needs of the Nation
Helping the young minds of today gain the skills that would help the growth of the nation for tomorrow.
Class X CBSE Board Exams are coming!
We at the Mathematical Sciences Foundation want you to do the very best in all your Board exams (but we want you to do your mathematics exams the best).
To help with that, our experts have put together a set of easy-to-remember tips-and-tricks to help you ace those exams.
We also have a set of easy-to-follow videos that would help you learn to solve some of the toughest problems from the Applications of Trigonometry chapter in your NCERT mathematics textbook.
Recognising Ramanujan 2019 received an overwhelmingly positive response from students, teachers, principals, and parents who were all excited to be a part of Ramanujan’s legacy in their own ways.
Minutes spent celebrating Ramanujan's work by participants on competition day
Participants hosted by our largest centre
The farthest distance from where we received a phone call query, in kilometres
Results of Recognising Ramanujan will be available here soon!
Watch this space.
(Hint: The February date to look out for is equal to the fourth Ramanujan Prime minus the first Ramanujan Prime, when you arrange them in ascending order)
27 JAN 2019
Celebrating the life and the work of Srinivasa Ramanujan, and seeking young minds who wish to explore the world of research and innovations related to mathematics and computers.
29 Sep 2018
Anyone can be a filmmaker. With a smartphone in your hand, you have all the tools that you need to tell your story. This was the message that we wanted to spread through this challenge.