To foster innovative thinking, the Indian Institute of Technology Madras will establish a course on ‘Out of the Box Thinking’ using Mathematics. This course, which is a first-of-its-kind effort in the country, is aimed at as many as one million school and college students, as well as working professionals and researchers. It will present multiple approaches to problem-solving, introduce new techniques in an easy-to-understand fashion, and prepare users to face real-life projects with confidence and ease and all this will be done through mathematics.
The course will be available in an online format for free through IIT Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation, a Section 8 company of IIT Madras that will also award Grade Certification to students who take the tests for a charge. The final examination will be proctored and administered at locations across India. The course is being made available in an online format, free of charge, to everyone in India and around the world. Students, professionals and researchers will have easy access to the four graded independent levels of the courses.
The course is being made available in online mode, free of cost, to everyone in India as well as in foreign countries. The four graded independent levels of the courses will be easily accessible to students, professionals and researchers.The final examination will be a proctored one conducted at centres in select cities across India.The first batch of the course is scheduled to commence on July 1 and registrations will close on June 24. Those interested can register through https://www.pravartak.org.in/out-of-box-thinking.html.