Welcome to the projects page! Here, you will find a comprehensive overview of the various initiatives and endeavors that I, have been passionately involved in. My projects span across different domains of mathematics, aiming to contribute to both the academic and online learning communities. Dive in to explore more!

Online Projects

1. The Story of Mathematics

Role: Head Writer

The Story of Mathematics” is a monumental project that strives to offer exhaustive and free math lessons to learners across the globe. As the Head Writer, I have played a pivotal role in curating, developing, and overseeing the creation of content that spans the entire spectrum of mathematical topics.

Our objective is to make mathematics accessible, engaging, and comprehensible for everyone, regardless of their background or level of expertise. The project encompasses a variety of formats, including articles, video tutorials, interactive quizzes, and more, ensuring a holistic and interactive learning experience.

We delve into the history, applications, and intricacies of mathematical concepts, providing learners with a rich and thorough understanding of the subject. From the fundamentals of arithmetic to the complexities of advanced calculus, “The Story of Mathematics” serves as a one-stop resource for all things math.

Join us in this exciting venture and unravel the wonders of mathematics like never before!

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Student Projects

1. Math Mentoring Program

Role: Mentor and Facilitator

The Math Mentoring Program is an initiative designed to provide personalized guidance and support to students embarking on their mathematical journey. As a mentor, I work closely with students, helping them navigate through challenges, hone their problem-solving skills, and foster a deep love for mathematics.

We engage in a variety of activities, ranging from one-on-one tutoring sessions to group workshops, ensuring that each student receives the attention and resources they need to excel. The program also encourages collaborative learning, allowing students to learn from each other and build a supportive community of young mathematicians.

2. Research Internships

Role: Advisor and Supervisor

Our Research Internships offer students the unique opportunity to engage in cutting-edge mathematical research under my guidance and supervision. Participants work on real-world problems, apply mathematical theories, and contribute to ongoing research projects, gaining invaluable experience and knowledge in the process.

This hands-on approach not only enhances their academic prowess but also prepares them for future careers in mathematics and related fields. By the end of the internship, students have not just learned; they have become contributors to the world of mathematics.