
Abacus is a centuryold calculation tool, used for computation. It's used extensively by numerous, substantially, the merchandisers and dealers in Asian and African countries and also in other parts of the world.

There are two parts in an abacus. The horizontal bar called beam divides the abacus tool in two parts that is upper and lower part. The beads that are in the lower part are the lower beads or the earth beads and the beads in the upper part are the upper beads or the heaven beads.

It helps to do the mental computation, perfecting brain activity. It's used for various math functions like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division.
Why Abacus Class?
The primary idea of the Abacus program is to enhance the brain power upgrading the brain skills of the children and advanced academic performance not only in computation but also in all subjects.
Abacus education not only improves the mathematics and creates interest in mathematics, but it also improves the overall academic skill and helps to work out the day to day challenges and encourages confidence in problem working. It enables dimensional capability which is applied in areas similar as Science, Architecture, Engineering, etc.
Advantages of Abacus learning

It helps students to learn Math from very early childhood, as young as age 4.

Whole Brain Development Program.

Greater internal capacity.

Younger children fluently learn figures with fun.

Mathematical skills lay a secure basic foundation for higher classes.

Abacus education improves the skills of Visualization, Concentration, listening, Memory, Speed, Accuracy, Creativity, Self Confidence, Self Reliance.

Abacus based computation functions, computations thereof enhance Concentration.

Computations were done with Abacus, using the fingers of both the hands to stimulate the brain – both the Right and Left Brain.

Helps kiddies learn primary number systems.

Helps visualize the calculation and develop mental calculations.
Syllabus
There are series of 8 levels in the abacus course:

Level 1 Syllabus  Introduction  Representing 1 To 30 on Abacus  Addition and Subtraction Using Magical Fingers  Addition and Subtraction Using Beads CUS  Addition and Subtraction Using both Small and Big Friends  Representing Multiples of (10, 11,100 & 1000).

Level 2 Syllabus  Revision: Addition and Subtraction Using Both Small and Big Friends  Adding Single Digit To 2Digit And 3Digit Numbers  Subtracting Single Digit From 2Digit And 3Digit Numbers  Adding 2Digit Numbers  Subtracting 2 Digit Numbers  Adding and Subtracting 1 And 2 Digits Numbers.

Level 3 Syllabus  Revision: Adding and Subtracting 1 And 2 Digit Numbers  Adding 3Digit Numbers  Subtracting 3 Digits Numbers  Adding and Subtracting 1,2 And 3 Digits Numbers  Multiplication of Single Digit with Single Digit Numbers.

Level 4 Syllabus  Revision: Adding and Subtracting 1,2 And 3 Digits Numbers Multiplication of Single Digit with Single Digit  Adding 3 Digit Numbers  Adding and Subtracting 3Digits Numbers  Multiplication of 2Digit Numbers with Single Digit  Multiplication of Single Digit With 3Digit Numbers  Division with Single Digit Divisor And 2Digit Dividend.

Level 5 Syllabus  Revision: Adding and Subtracting 3Digits Numbers Division with Single Digit Divisor And 2Digit Dividend  Adding 4Digit Numbers  Adding and Subtraction All Combinations  Multiplication of Single Digit with Four Digit Number  Multiplication of 2Digit Numbers With 2Digits Numbers.

Level 6 Syllabus  Revision: Adding and Subtraction All Combinations Multiplication 2Digit Numbers With 2Digits Numbers  Multiplication of 2Digit Numbers With 3 Digit Numbers Multiplication 2Digit Numbers With 4Digit Numbers  Decimal Addition  Decimal Subtraction  Division of 3Digit Dividend with Single Digit Divisor.

Level 7 Syllabus  Revision: Decimal Addition and Subtraction Division Of 3Digit Dividend with Single Digit Divisor  Decimal Multiplication  Division Of 3Digit Dividend With 2Digit Divisor  Division Of 3Digit Dividend With 3Digit Divisor  Decimal Division.

Level 8 Syllabus  Percentages – 1,2 & 3 Digits  Prime Factorization, LCM and HCF  Squares – 2 & 3 Digits  Square Roots  3,4,5 & 6 Digits  Cubes – 2 & 3 Digits  Cube Roots – 3,4,5 & 6 Digits.