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Mumbai education company to 'empower' women through abacus training

By Our Representative
Kids Inteligence, which calls  itself a supportive education company engaged in providing end-to-end solutions for the development of children’s brains, has decided to incentivise homemakers and professionals to join its abacus coaching business. The organization claims itself to be a leading abacus teaching and training institute of Mumbai.
Company founder Shubhada Bhave told an expert abacus teachers' meet in Mumbai that, while there are large number huge students seeking abacus education, there is a paucity in availability of trained and expert teachers, one reason why Kids Inteligence has decided "to do something"  for empowering homemakers -- mostly women -- and professionals.
Abacus is usually palm-sized wooden frame with minimum five sliding rows, a calculating tool that has been in use for centuries, much before the adoption of the written modern numeral system. "It is still widely used by merchants and traders across the globe", says a company communique.
Kids Inteligence claims, it has found that 50% Indian homemakers aspire to become financially independent and create their own identity when they were young. Empowered with abacus, homemakers play an "important role in moulding the future of a child", Bhave insisted.
Meanwhile, Kids Inteligence has been involved in training as many children it can in abacus. It claims to have trained more than 1,000 kids to enable them to showcase their mental arithmetic prowess.

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