Exposing young learners to basic math concepts helps lay the groundwork for a future understanding of mathematics.

High-quality, challenging, and accessible mathematics education provides early childhood learners with a vital foundation for the future.

That is what you get with Bala Ganita:

Test your Maths Skills

Bala Ganita provides a range of specially tailored features for assessment of maths proficiency level.

Revise your Knowledge

Bala Ganita is a handy and timely way to revise the maths material you have previously studied to make sure it is fixed in your memory..

Learn while Testing

Learn some more maths while solving the tests with the ‘Detailed Solution’ feature.

Track your Progress

The system keeps a record of user’s performance on Bala Ganita and indicates progress in achieving goals.

Compare your Results

Compare individual test results to other Bala Ganita users to set the right goals and inspire achievement.

Identify your Strengths

Focus on maths topics that require more attention. Detect weaker areas of your maths knowledge and gain perfection by practicing.

Succeed in Math exams

Make sure that you are well prepared for the upcoming maths exam. Bala Ganita preparation for exam is thorough and productive.

Achieve the Best Results

Math skills add up to more job opportunities. Bala Ganita is a short way to develop your maths potential..

Six Principles of Bala Ganita

The Six principles for school mathematics are statements that clarify the underlying ideals necessary for high quality mathematics education.
The Equity Principle

Excellence in mathematics education requires equity – high expectations and strong support for all students.

Curriculum Principles

A curriculum is more than a collections of activities; it must be coherent, focused on important mathematics and well articulate across the grades.

Teaching Principles

Effective mathematics teaching requires understanding what students know and need to learn and then challenging them and supporting them to learn it well.

Learning Principles

Student must learn mathematics with understanding, actively building new knowledge from experience and prior knowledge.

Assessment Principles

Assessment should support the learning of important mathematics and furnish useful information to both teachers and students

Technology Principles

Technology is essential in teaching and learning mathematics; it influences the mathematics that is taught and enhance student’s learning.